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Baltimore Museum of Art to Open Solo Exhibitions of Works by Contemporary Artists William Cordova, Beatrice Glow, Elle Peěrez, and Salman Toor

Baltimore Museum of Art to Open Solo Exhibitions of Works by Contemporary Artists William Cordova, Beatrice Glow, Elle Peěrez, and Salman Toor

BALTIMORE, MD – This spring, the Baltimore Museum of Art (BMA) will open a suite of four solo exhibitions by some of today’s leading contemporary artists: William Cordova, Beatrice Glow, Elle Peěrez, and Salman Toor. The presentations, which will open in April and May, capture the ways in which these artists are exploring and revealing […]

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Freedom Center voted #3 history museum in the country

Freedom Center voted #3 history museum in the country

CINCINNATI – The National Underground Railroad Freedom Center has again been voted one of the country’s top three history museums. USA TODAY announced the results of their 10Best Readers’ Choice awards today, revealing that the Freedom Center had finished third among the twenty finalists from across the nation following a four-week online vote. This is […]

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Families invited to workshop at the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum

Families invited to workshop at the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum

Families are invited to join the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum’s Workshop Education team for a hands-on workshop from 10am–noon Saturday, April 23. Held in CBMM’s Workshop Annex, families will be able to build a small tabletop garden for their backyard or patio. Affectionally known as a salad box, this project is large enough to grow […]

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Baltimore Museum of Art Appoints Members of Senior Leadership Team as Interim Co-Directors

Baltimore Museum of Art Appoints Members of Senior Leadership Team as Interim Co-Directors

Chris Dietze and Asma Naeem to guide museum during its transition period following Christopher Bedford’s departure in June 2022 BALTIMORE, MD – The Board of Trustees of the Baltimore Museum of Art (BMA) announced today that it has appointed two members of the museum’s senior leadership team to serve as Interim Co-Directors. Christine Dietze, the […]

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Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum hosts Homeschool Day April 14

Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum hosts Homeschool Day April 14

Homeschool students and their chaperones are invited to the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum in St. Michaels, Md., for a Homeschool Day on Thursday, April 14. Programs will be held at 10:30am and 1pm, with individual homeschool families and cooperative groups invited to participate. Groups should select either a morning or afternoon program focused on the […]

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“Morton Kaish: A Print Retrospective” on view at Palitz Gallery in NYC extended to April 22

“Morton Kaish: A Print Retrospective” on view at Palitz Gallery in NYC extended to April 22

“Morton Kaish: A Print Retrospective,” a special exhibition of work by Morton Kaish (SU ’49) on view in the Palitz Gallery at Syracuse University’s Lubin House in New York City, has been extended through April 22, 2022. Morton Kaish: A Print Retrospective, a special exhibition of work by Morton Kaish (SU ’49) on view in […]

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Eastern Shore Sea Glass Festival hosted at the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum announces musical acts

Eastern Shore Sea Glass Festival hosted at the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum announces musical acts

The 10th Eastern Shore Sea Glass & Coastal Arts Festival, hosted at the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum in St. Michaels, Md., is approaching fast, with hours set for 10am–5pm Saturday, April 2, and 10am–4pm Sunday, April 3. All tickets are valid for admission on both days. In addition to nearly 90 artisans featuring coastal and […]

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Cincinnati Museum Center receives national recognition for excellence

Cincinnati Museum Center receives national recognition for excellence

Cincinnati Museum Center (CMC) and the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center have again achieved accreditation by the American Alliance of Museums, the highest national recognition afforded the nation’s museums. CMC first received accreditation in 2012 and the Freedom Center in 2014. Of the nation’s estimated 33,000 museums, less than 2,000 – roughly 6% – are […]

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Langson IMCA Announces New Acquisitions of Artworks

Langson IMCA Announces New Acquisitions of Artworks

Irvine, CA…Today, UC Irvine Jack and Shanaz Langson Institute and Museum of California Art (Langson IMCA) announced six new acquisitions that entered the museum’s growing collection in 2021. The gifts of artworks represent a range of genres and mediums by artists responding to the California experience, dating from the early 20th century to 2019. Langson […]

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