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New Museum of Flight Exhibit is Stranger Than Fiction

New Museum of Flight Exhibit is Stranger Than Fiction

SEATTLE – On July 3, The Museum of Flight opens Stranger Than Fiction: The Incredible Science of Aerospace Medicine, a new exhibition about a lofty subject wrapped in a retro SciFi comic book motif. It’s the story of daring aviation and space adventurers, doctors and researchers developing the means for us to go higher, faster […]

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Syracuse University Art Museum Announces Multifaceted Gift from Artists Luise and Morton Kaish

Syracuse University Art Museum Announces Multifaceted Gift from Artists Luise and Morton Kaish

The Syracuse University Art Museum today announced a major gift from artists and Syracuse University alumni Luise ’46, G’51 and Morton ’49 Kaish. The gift establishes the Luise and Morton Kaish Gallery Endowed Fund and creates the Kaish Fellows program. The new Fellows program will provide funding to enable undergraduate students from every discipline to […]

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The Global Fine Art Awards Announces the 7th Annual GFAA Award Winners

The Global Fine Art Awards Announces the 7th Annual GFAA Award Winners

30 Honorees Represent Art and Design Exhibitions across 5 continents, 18 countries New York, NY – The Global Fine Art Awards (GFAA) program announces the winners for its seventh edition – selected from the 116 nominees, this year’s awardees represent 5 continents and 18 countries following the year-long research process to discover the best curated […]

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Baltimore Museum of Art (BMA) Presents Exhibition By Mexican Artist Frieda Toranzo Jaeger

Baltimore Museum of Art (BMA) Presents Exhibition By Mexican Artist Frieda Toranzo Jaeger

BALTIMORE, MD – The Baltimore Museum of Art (BMA) is installing a new work by Frieda Toranzo Jaeger (b. 1988, Mexico City) created especially for the museum’s John Waters Rotunda. The perpetual sense of Redness (2021) is a multi-panel contained structure using hinged and folded canvases to create an electric car and spaceship hybrid that […]

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Cincinnati Museum Center Children’s Museum to reopen

Cincinnati Museum Center Children’s Museum to reopen

CINCINNATI – Cincinnati Museum Center (CMC) announced its plans to reopen the Children’s Museum on July 1. The long-awaited reopening comes after what will be a 16-month closure due to the high-touch nature of the museum and an abundance of caution for museum guests. Recent consultation with healthcare professionals and guidance from the CDC has […]

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Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum expands marina, docking amenities

Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum expands marina, docking amenities

ust ahead of the start of the summer boating season, the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum has completed an expansion of its members-only marina that will allow it to welcome more boaters and offer better amenities to those docking at its St. Michaels, Md., campus. The recently completed expansion saw the addition of new slips capable […]

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MISSISSIPPI MUSEUM OF ART AND BALTIMORE MUSEUM OF ART ANNOUNCE “A MOVEMENT IN EVERY DIRECTION: LEGACIES OF THE GREAT MIGRATION”

MISSISSIPPI MUSEUM OF ART AND BALTIMORE MUSEUM OF ART ANNOUNCE “A MOVEMENT IN EVERY DIRECTION: LEGACIES OF THE GREAT MIGRATION”

The Mississippi Museum of Art (MMA) and the Baltimore Museum of Art (BMA) today announced the co-organization of a major exhibition that will unveil newly commissioned works by 13 of the most acclaimed African American artists working today examining the profound impact of the Great Migration on the social and cultural life of the United […]

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Learn the Art of Caulking from master shipwrights at the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum

Learn the Art of Caulking from master shipwrights at the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum

From 10am–4pm on either Saturday, June 5, or Saturday, July 24, join Master Shipwrights Frank Townsend and Ed Farley for a day in the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum’s working Shipyard to learn traditional ship caulking techniques. From rolling oakum to threading and making seams, participants will get a hands-on lesson while helping to caulk Maryland […]

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Baltimore Museum of Art Launches New Brand Identity

Baltimore Museum of Art Launches New Brand Identity

BALTIMORE, MD – The Baltimore Museum of Art (BMA) has unveiled its new brand identity, developed in collaboration with the agency Topos Graphics + Post Typography. The brand components—which are being implemented across all of the museum’s print and digital assets—visually articulate the BMA’s commitment to inclusivity, particularly in the way it signifies how the […]

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