January, 2019

Frist Art Museum Presents Dorothea Lange: Politics of Seeing

Frist Art Museum Presents Dorothea Lange: Politics of Seeing

NASHVILLE, TN – The Frist Art Museum presents Dorothea Lange: Politics of Seeing, an exhibition that examines a broad range of the artist’s work through the lens of social and political activism. The Frist is the only U.S. venue that is hosting this exhibition after its 2017 debut in California. In addition to presenting Lange’s […]

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THE BMA PRESENTS EXHIBITION OF LUMINOUS EARLY 20TH-CENTURY LANDSCAPES

THE BMA PRESENTS EXHIBITION OF LUMINOUS EARLY 20TH-CENTURY LANDSCAPES

BALTIMORE, MD – From bright watercolors to thickly painted landscapes with bold explorations of color and form, Expressions of Nature: Early 20th-Century Landscapes presents the many ways that European and American artists depicted the world around them during a period of great artistic change. On view March 10 through September 22, 2019, this intimate exhibition […]

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Iver Franzen chosen by the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum as naval architect to design new Maryland Dove

Iver Franzen chosen by the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum as naval architect to design new Maryland Dove

Iver C. Franzen Maritime, LLC, an Annapolis-based firm specializing in historic vessel naval architecture services, has been chosen by the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum to design the newest iteration of 17th century pinnace Maryland Dove. Maryland Dove, a representation of the trading ship that accompanied the first European settlers to what is now Maryland, is […]

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Opening Reception Konstantin Simun: The Sacred in the Profane at the Museum of Russian Icons

Opening Reception Konstantin Simun: The Sacred in the Profane at the Museum of Russian Icons

Please join us as we celebrate the opening of Konstantin Simun: The Sacred in the Profane, presented in partnership with the Fitchburg Art Museum. The Sacred in the Profane, curated by Fitchburg Art Museum Curator Lisa Crossman, offers a survey of Simun’s unique capacity to find iconographic forms in molded plastic and other consumer objects. […]

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Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum to host beginners Shipyard programs this March

Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum to host beginners Shipyard programs this March

The Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum will be hosting programs introducing participants to basic woodworking and rope splicing this spring. Both workshops will be held in CBMM’s Shipyard, and advanced registration is required. Intro to Woodworking will be held from 9am–4:30pm on Saturday & Sunday, March 2–3. Seip Family Foundation Shipwright Apprentice Zack Haroth will lead […]

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Sea Glass Festival gets larger, waterfront venue at the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum

Sea Glass Festival gets larger, waterfront venue at the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum

The 8th annual Eastern Shore Sea Glass and Coastal Arts Festival in St. Michaels, Md. will now have a larger, waterfront location at the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum. The festival takes place at CBMM on Saturday, April 6 from 10–5 pm. and Sunday, April 7 from 10-4 pm. The new venue also expands the festival—which […]

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Curator’s Talk with Lisa Crossman at the Museum of Russian Icons

Curator’s Talk with Lisa Crossman at the Museum of Russian Icons

Join Fitchburg Art Museum Curator Lisa Crossman for an engaging look at the art of Konstantin Simun in his latest exhibition The Sacred in the Profane. In his work, Simun poses the question “trash or treasure?” when speaking about his sculptures. Explore why Simun asks the viewer to see spiritual images in everyday plastic objects […]

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