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Learn to recommission your engine with the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum

Learn to recommission your engine with the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum

On Saturday, April 17, the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum will host a program dedicated to showing you how to commission your diesel engine after winter storage. In the virtual program, CBMM’s Marine Mechanic, Josh Richardson, will show you how to check all engine oils, assess the engine’s temperature and running condition, flush its heat exchanger, […]

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Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum offers women’s woodworking class

Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum offers women’s woodworking class

The Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum in St. Michaels, Md., is offering a women-only woodworking class in its Workshop Annex on March 27 & 28, from 9am –4:30pm each day. Participants should plan to attend both sessions. Shipyard Education Programs Manager Jennifer Kuhn will lead this program, after which participants will take home a custom-made mallet. […]

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Toronto Biennial of Art Announces Change of Dates for Second Edition

Toronto Biennial of Art Announces Change of Dates for Second Edition

Toronto, Ontario, Canada… The Toronto Biennial of Art (the Biennial) today announced that its second edition is being postponed in response to the current global pandemic. Originally scheduled for fall 2021, the Biennial will now take place March 26–June 5, 2022. The Biennial’s Board of Directors and Executive Director Patrizia Libralato, along with the Biennial […]

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Austrian Cultural Forum New York Announces Presentation of “Three with a Pen: Lily Renee, Bil Spira, and Paul Peter Porges”

Austrian Cultural Forum New York Announces Presentation of “Three with a Pen: Lily Renee, Bil Spira, and Paul Peter Porges”

The Austrian Cultural Forum New York announced its upcoming presentation of Three with a Pen: Lily Renée, Bil Spira, and Paul Peter Porges featuring works by the three Jewish artists driven from their homes in Vienna after the German annexation of Austria, the so-called “Anschluss,” in 1938. On view March 11 through September 3, 2021, […]

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Cincinnati Museum Center’s beloved Moon rock tells its story in new children’s book

Cincinnati Museum Center’s beloved Moon rock tells its story in new children’s book

Cincinnati Museum Center (CMC) is pleased to announce, in partnership with Carol Armstrong, the release of Bok’s Giant Leap. The children’s book, published by Crown Publishing, tells the story of how the Earth and the Moon came to be through the eyes of a Moon rock brought to Earth during the Apollo 11 mission by […]

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Thomas Huenefeld gift jump starts future exhibit at Cincinnati Museum Center

Thomas Huenefeld gift jump starts future exhibit at Cincinnati Museum Center

CINCINNATI – Thomas Huenefeld has made an impact on Cincinnati Museum Center (CMC) for six decades. Now, with a substantial gift toward the upcoming Made in Cincinnati gallery, his impact will endure for future generations. “We are forever grateful for Tom’s contributions that have helped create the museum and history collections we utilize today and […]

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MISSISSIPPI MUSEUM OF ART AND TOUGALOO COLLEGE RELEASE ART AND CIVIL RIGHTS INITIATIVE DIGITAL CATALOGUE

MISSISSIPPI MUSEUM OF ART AND TOUGALOO COLLEGE RELEASE ART AND CIVIL RIGHTS INITIATIVE DIGITAL CATALOGUE

The Mississippi Museum of Art (MMA/the Museum) announced it has published a digital catalogue documenting a series of five exhibitions and related public programs organized in partnership with Tougaloo College (the College) through the Museum’s Art and Civil Rights Initiative (ACRI). In 2017, MMA and the College joined creative forces to form ACRI, a multi-layered, […]

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Pulitzer Presents Major Exhibition of the Work of Pioneer and Provocateur Hannah Wilke, Pivotal Figure in Postwar American Art

Pulitzer Presents Major Exhibition of the Work of Pioneer and Provocateur Hannah Wilke, Pivotal Figure in Postwar American Art

ST. LOUIS, MO – The Pulitzer Arts Foundation presents Hannah Wilke: Art for Life’s Sake, the first major exhibition of Wilke’s groundbreaking work in over a decade. One of the foremost American artists to emerge in the 1960s, Hannah Wilke (1940–1993) developed an unabashed, boundary-crossing art practice that included sculpture, photography, video, and works on […]

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Coast, Country, City – The Jerwood Collection

Coast, Country, City – The Jerwood Collection

From Spring 2021, The Harley Gallery on the historic Welbeck estate in Nottinghamshire will feature a series of exhibitions from The Jerwood Collection of Modern and Contemporary British Art. Coast, Country, City forms the second exhibition in the Jerwood Collection’s year-long residency at The Harley Gallery. Coast, Country, City is scheduled to run between 24 […]

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