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Cincinnati Museum Center teams up with ArtWorks on interactive mural

Cincinnati Museum Center teams up with ArtWorks on interactive mural

CINCINNATI – Union Terminal has its share of incredible mosaic murals. Now, thanks to a collaboration between Cincinnati Museum Center (CMC) and ArtWorks, it’s added one more that begs to be reimagined in infinite ways. CMC’s You Are Here gallery debuts its new mural interactive October 22. CMC’s You Are Here gallery is one of […]

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MOCA Toronto Completes $25 Million Capital Campaign with Maj​​or Contribution from Castlepoint Auto Building, Inc

MOCA Toronto Completes $25 Million Capital Campaign with Maj​​or Contribution from Castlepoint Auto Building, Inc

MOCA Toronto Announces Major $5.7 Million Contribution from Castlepoint Auto Building, Inc. Completing the Museum’s $25 Million Capital Campaign TORONTO, — The Museum of Contemporary Art Toronto (MOCA) today announced that it has received the Museum’s most significant show of private sector support to date—$5.7 million—from Castlepoint Auto BLDG Inc. (Castlepoint), MOCA’s landlord. The extraordinary […]

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Museum of Flight Becomes The Museum of Fright For Halloween

Museum of Flight Becomes The Museum of Fright For Halloween

SEATTLE – The Museum of Flight is dressing up for Halloween to be The Museum of Fright. On Oct. 31, 11 a.m. – 4 p.m. the spacious galleries become Seattle’s biggest haunted house with safe, Halloween-themed games and activities developed by the Education staff to spark the imagination and spirit of innovation. Children can hunt […]

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Local Nonprofit Gardner Museum Reacts to Covid-19 Pandemic

Local Nonprofit Gardner Museum Reacts to Covid-19 Pandemic

Gardner Museum Forced to Cancel Seasonal Event Opens Fundraising Gift Shop in Response GARDNER, MA. – Because of Covid-19, the Gardner Museum was forced to cancel their seasonal Festival of Trees event, but they’re not giving up that easy! Through donations from locals and businesses, the museum has been able to stay afloat by opening […]

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Freedom Center reopens in-exhibit theaters and Implicit Bias Learning Lab

Freedom Center reopens in-exhibit theaters and Implicit Bias Learning Lab

CINCINNATI – There’s even more to visit at the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center. The Freedom Center announced it will reopen its in-exhibit theaters and Open Your Mind: Understanding Implicit Bias Learning Lab with limited capacities starting October 14. The eternal flame terrace on the third floor will also reopen. The Freedom Center is reopening […]

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BALTIMORE MUSEUM OF ART ANNOUNCES PLAN TO SECURE AND INCREASE STAFF SALARIES, IMPROVE COMMUNITY ACCESS AND DIVERSIFY ITS COLLECTION

BALTIMORE MUSEUM OF ART ANNOUNCES PLAN TO SECURE AND INCREASE STAFF SALARIES, IMPROVE COMMUNITY ACCESS AND DIVERSIFY ITS COLLECTION

BALTIMORE, MD – The Baltimore Museum of Art (BMA) announced details of its Endowment for the Future, an ambitious financial plan that will dedicate funds for the care of the collection and allow the museum to expand its ongoing diversity and equity programmatic initiatives by enacting greater structural change within the institution and increasing access […]

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Do the Mash at Cincinnati Museum Center’s BOO!seum

Do the Mash at Cincinnati Museum Center’s BOO!seum

CINCINNATI – Cincinnati Museum Center (CMC) is helping families scare up some fun this October. From dance parties and costume parades to creepy crawlies and scavenger hunts, Saturdays at the BOO!seum are all treats and no tricks. Saturdays at the BOO!seum will take place (you guessed it) Saturdays in October beginning October 10. CMC knows […]

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