November, 2020

The Baltimore Museum of Art to Temporarily Close Starting Wednesday at 5 p.m

The Baltimore Museum of Art to Temporarily Close Starting Wednesday at 5 p.m

With COVID-19 cases on the rise across the country and the holidays upon us, The Baltimore Museum of Art has made the decision to temporarily close our galleries beginning at 5 p.m. on Wednesday, November 25. We plan to reopen to the public on Wednesday, January 6, 2021, in accordance with all health and safety […]

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Museum of Contemporary Art Toronto (MOCA) Announces $1 Million Donation and Highlights of 2021 Exhibition Programme

Museum of Contemporary Art Toronto (MOCA) Announces $1 Million Donation and Highlights of 2021 Exhibition Programme

TORONTO – The Museum of Contemporary Art Toronto (MOCA) announced that it has received a significant donation of $1million. The gift from a donor, who wishes to remain anonymous, will be applied to the Museum’s annual exhibition programme. “This very generous support for MOCA’s programming will ensure that the Museum can continue to build on […]

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Cincinnati Museum Center announces holiday hours

Cincinnati Museum Center announces holiday hours

Cincinnati Museum Center (CMC) is offering safe alternatives to continue holiday traditions and help establish new ones. CMC is offering special holiday hours this week, including opening on Wednesday, November 25 and helping you shake off the gravy hangover with visits from Santa beginning Friday, November 27. This Thanksgiving and holiday season will look different […]

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Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum Launches Where Land and Water Meet in virtual format

Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum Launches Where Land and Water Meet in virtual format

In an effort to bring the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum into more homes across the world, CBMM has launched a virtual version of its newest exhibition, Where Land and Water Meet: The Chesapeake Bay Photography of David W. Harp, at wherelandandwatermeet.org. Forty years of images by documentary photographer David W. Harp are on display now […]

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Welbeck Abbey unveils details of State Room Tours for 2021

Welbeck Abbey unveils details of State Room Tours for 2021

Nottinghamshire’s historic Welbeck Abbey will again be opening for a limited period next summer for visitors keen to take a peek inside the listed building. The former country residence of the Dukes of Portland today is a private family home but opens for a short period each year. While the Abbey, near Worksop, was unable […]

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BALTIMORE MUSEUM OF ART ANNOUNCES GIFT OF WORKS FROM JOHN WATERS FINE ART COLLECTION

BALTIMORE MUSEUM OF ART ANNOUNCES GIFT OF WORKS FROM JOHN WATERS FINE ART COLLECTION

BALTIMORE, MD – The Baltimore Museum of Art (BMA) announces a promised gift of approximately 375 works from John Waters’ fine art collection. The long-planned bequest is rich in photographs and works on paper with important examples by 125 artists, including Diane Arbus, Richard Artschwager, Thomas Demand, Nan Goldin, Roy Lichtenstein, Lee Lozano, Christian Marclay, […]

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Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum (CBMM) graduates its first certified apprentice

Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum (CBMM) graduates its first certified apprentice

On Nov. 6, just two days before the start of National Apprenticeship Week celebrations across the country, the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum had its own reason to celebrate, with its first shipwright apprentice officially graduating from its now certified program. Zachary Haroth, a native of Saratoga Springs, N.Y., joined CBMM after a year of study […]

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Michener Art Museum Presents “Concert in the Courtyard” with Jarrett Gilgore & Christina Ward

Michener Art Museum Presents “Concert in the Courtyard” with Jarrett Gilgore & Christina Ward

For this event, on Sunday, November 8th 2:00 pm-4:00 pm, ticket-holders are invited to see an intimate, yet socially distanced solo performance with Jarrett Gilgore & Christina Ward outside in our Patricia D. Pfundt Sculpture Garden. Gilgore is a multi-instrumentalist, improviser, composer, and teacher, performing and recording with a diverse array of musicians around the […]

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Freedom Center and Ten Thousand Villages launch museum store partnership

Freedom Center and Ten Thousand Villages launch museum store partnership

CINCINNATI – The National Underground Railroad Freedom Center’s mission to champion freedom extends into its museum store with a new partnership with Ten Thousand Villages. The new partnership brings fair trade items into the Freedom Center while celebrating the craft, talent and culture of its artisans and supporting them financially. The Freedom Center has long […]

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