July, 2018

Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum announces new log canoe project

Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum announces new log canoe project

The Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum has announced its latest shipyard project­­—the building of a new log hull canoe. Construction will begin this fall, with the project set to be finished next summer. This Tilghman Island style, five-log canoe will be built from the excess loblolly pine logs used in the historic restoration of Edna E. […]

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ARCHIVES ANNOUNCES NEW EXHIBITION PUSHING THE ENVELOPE: MAIL ART FROM THE ARCHIVES OF AMERICAN ART

ARCHIVES ANNOUNCES NEW EXHIBITION PUSHING THE ENVELOPE: MAIL ART FROM THE ARCHIVES OF AMERICAN ART

The Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution, (the Archives) presents a new exhibition from its expansive collections documenting the international mail art movement. Opening August 10, 2018, Pushing the Envelope: Mail Art from the Archives of American Art features postcards, letters, and packages that tested the limits of what could be posted. Beginning in the […]

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Noguchi Museum Presents Work by Spanish Sculptor Jorge Palacios

Noguchi Museum Presents Work by Spanish Sculptor Jorge Palacios

The Noguchi Museum presents the work of Spanish sculptor Jorge Palacios with an exhibition of works that explore the formal and conceptual potential of physics and motion in sculpture. In so doing, they shed light on what R. Buckminster Fuller called Isamu Noguchi’s intuitive grasp of the underlying structures of nature and his habit of […]

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GUITAR: The Instrument That Rocked The World at the Cincinnati Museum Center

GUITAR: The Instrument That Rocked The World at the Cincinnati Museum Center

CINCINNATI – One of the most enduring icons in American history is ready to rock Cincinnati. GUITAR: The Instrument That Rocked The World takes the stage at Cincinnati Museum Center (CMC) on September 21. From its early predecessors in the Nile River Valley and the royal courts of the Renaissance, to the instrument that rocks […]

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