Fine Art

Cincinnati Museum Center exhibition celebrates history and science through artwork of Audubon, Ruthven and current contemporary artists

Cincinnati Museum Center exhibition celebrates history and science through artwork of Audubon, Ruthven and current contemporary artists

CINCINNATI – Cincinnati Museum Center (CMC) celebrates 200 years of science inspiring creativity through a special exhibition and the brushstrokes of legendary artists. In the Audubon Tradition: Birds of a Feather displays original artwork from John James Audubon, John A. Ruthven and today’s contemporary wildlife artists. The artwork, along with scientific specimens and historic objects […]

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DAVID WINTON BELL GALLERY AT BROWN UNIVERSITY ANNOUNCES APPOINTMENT OF KATE KRACZON AS CURATOR

DAVID WINTON BELL GALLERY AT BROWN UNIVERSITY ANNOUNCES APPOINTMENT OF KATE KRACZON AS CURATOR

The David Winton Bell Gallery at Brown University announced the appointment of Kate Kraczon as curator. Kraczon, who assumed her new post August 1, most recently held the position of Laporte Associate Curator at the Institute of Contemporary Art (ICA), University of Pennsylvania, where she organized over thirty exhibitions. In her role as curator, she […]

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THE BALTIMORE MUSEUM OF ART DEDICATES A YEAR OF EXHIBITIONS AND PROGRAMS TO WOMEN ARTISTS IN 2020

THE BALTIMORE MUSEUM OF ART DEDICATES A YEAR OF EXHIBITIONS AND PROGRAMS TO WOMEN ARTISTS IN 2020

BALTIMORE, MD – The Baltimore Museum of Art (BMA) today announced 2020 Vision, a year of exhibitions and programs dedicated to the presentation of the achievements of female-identifying artists. The initiative will encompass 13 solo exhibitions and seven thematic shows beginning in fall 2019, with additional presentations still being planned. Highlights include a large-scale transformative […]

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THE BALTIMORE MUSEUM OF ART RECEIVES $5 MILLION GIFT TO ESTABLISH CENTER DEDICATED TO THE STUDY OF FRENCH MASTER HENRI MATISSE

THE BALTIMORE MUSEUM OF ART RECEIVES $5 MILLION GIFT TO ESTABLISH CENTER DEDICATED TO THE STUDY OF FRENCH MASTER HENRI MATISSE

BALTIMORE, MD – The Baltimore Museum of Art (BMA) today announced that it has received a gift of $5 million from the Ruth Carol Fund to support the creation of a center within the museum dedicated to the study of French artist Henri Matisse, drawing on the museum’s incomparable collection of more than 1,200 works […]

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Museum of Flight announce Jet Blast Bash Festival Blue Angels Week

Museum of Flight announce Jet Blast Bash Festival Blue Angels Week

SEATTLE – Jet Blast Bash, the Museum’s Aug. 3-4 outdoor flightline festival, lives up to its name more than ever this year, as the Blues’ F-18 Hornets will take center stage all week in the Museum’s parking lot, with every flight beginning and finishing at the Museum–so close that Museum visitors will feel the heat […]

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2019 CAC Gala Benefitting Arts Education for All Ages

2019 CAC Gala Benefitting Arts Education for All Ages

The 2019 CAC Gala, Opening Minds, is just over a month away! RSVP TODAY and attend the event for your chance to view and purchase our new, limited-edition print portfolio, available exclusively at the Gala! The CAC x MOCA Cleveland Collaborative Print Portfolio features a series of four limited edition works by groundbreaking artists Michelle […]

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Bell Gallery at Brown University Presents “Fertile Ground” with Work by Maria Berrio, Zoe Charlton, Joiri Minaya

Bell Gallery at Brown University Presents “Fertile Ground” with Work by Maria Berrio, Zoe Charlton, Joiri Minaya

The David Winton Bell Gallery at Brown University is presenting Fertile Ground, an exhibition of work by María Berrío, Zoë Charlton and Joiri Minaya. The artists’ multimedia collages vividly depict bodies enveloped by nature, juxtaposing the cultivated garden with the wild and the real with the surreal. While the artists’ practices and perspectives are unique, […]

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