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Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum Selects Alyson Baker as New Director

Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum Selects Alyson Baker as New Director

The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum announced that Alyson Baker has been selected as its next director. Baker will assume the directorship of The Aldrich on July 5, 2011, following an eleven-year term as executive director of Socrates Sculpture Park, an internationally renowned outdoor museum and artist residency program located in New York City. She succeeds […]

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Legacy Museum of African American History Celebrates 10th anniversary

The Legacy Museum of African American History has celebrated it’s 10th anniversary. From its opening in 2000, Legacy has collected, preserved, documented and interpreted the history and culture of Central Virginia’s African America. For it’s tenth anniversary exhibition, Legacy collectors have chosen objects and images of particular power and resonance from past exhibitions. In oral […]

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President Clinton Museum Opens

President Clinton Museum Opens

The Clinton Birthplace 1st Home Museum has opened in Hope, Arkansas. The home is designated as a national park site.. President Bill Clinton’s 1st Home Museum and the adjacent Clinton History Exhibit Center have recently expanded the historical exhibits, with images from Bill’s family, childhood friends, and events. The museum’s exhibits strive to prompt an […]

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Spellman Museum of Stamps and Postal History Presents Special Royal Wedding Exhibit

The Spellman Museum of Stamps and Postal History is presenting a royal wedding stamp exhibit, with both current stamps honoring this month’s royal wedding couple and stamps issued for the ceremony of Princess Diana and Prince Charles in 1981. The Spellman Museum is a center of learning and activities for people of all ages. It […]

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