Polk Museum of Art Announces Hiring of New Curator of Art

Polk Museum of Art welcomes new Curator of Art, Adam Justice. Justice will be in charge of organizing the Museum’s exhibitions with the assistance of the Artistic Programs Committee. He is also responsible for working with the Acquisition and Collection Committee to expand and maintain the Museum’s permanent collection. This will include working with the […]

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Dallas Museum of Art Announces 2010 Arts & Letters Live

The Dallas Museum of Art announced the 2010 season of Arts & Letters Live, the Museum’s literary and performing arts series that this year is celebrating its 19th season. With approximately 30 scheduled events featuring 50 authors, 20 actors, 7 musicians, and 2 dancers, some of this season’s highlights will include appearances by Mrs. Laura […]

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The Bronx Museum Announces Two Civil Rights Exhibitions

The Bronx Museum Announces Two Civil Rights Exhibitions

During the span of twelve years, a series of events, later hailed as the Civil Rights Movement, would forever change the social and political course of America. From March 28 – July 11, 2010, The Bronx Museum of the Arts will present two sweeping exhibitions that chronicle both these pivotal moments in the nation’s history […]

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Saint Louis Art Museum Announces Expansion Plans

The Saint Louis Art Museum has announced that it is proceeding with its ambitious $130.5 million expansion project, following a one-year delay. Once begun, construction is anticipated to take approximately two years. The Museum will remain open to the public during construction of the new David Chipperfield-designed addition. “The Saint Louis Art Museum is one […]

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National Air and Space Museum Lights Up New Exhibit with Cree LED Lighting

Cree, Inc a market leader in LED lighting, announces that LR24 recessed LED luminaires have been installed in the National Air and Space Museum. Designed for the new “Moving Beyond Earth” exhibit, the Cree LED lights replace high intensity discharge work lights, offering the high lumen output and efficacy required to work in the gallery. […]

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Broad Museum to Break Ground in March 2010

Broad Museum to Break Ground in March 2010

Michigan State University will break ground on the Eli and Edythe Broad Art Museum on March 16, 2010. Eli Broad, who donated the naming gift for the project, and Zaha Hadid, the internationally known architect who designed the building, are expected to attend. The groundbreaking will be followed by 23 months of construction and a […]

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Clyfford Still Museum in Denver Starts Work on Future Home

The Clyfford Still Museum officially broke ground on its future home in a public ceremony that brought together Denver City officials, art and cultural ambassadors, and business leaders. Scheduled to open in 2011 in the heart of Denver’s vibrant arts district, the museum will provide an intimate environment for the viewing of the Still Estates, […]

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Tapestries and Prints at the Carnegie Museum of Art

Tapestries and Prints at the Carnegie Museum of Art

Carnegie Museum of Art presents the dynamic new exhibition Gods, Love, and War: Tapestries and Prints from the Collection, opening December 19, 2009. Highlighting a selection of six large-scale tapestries dating from the 16th and 17th centuries and 40 prints from Carnegie Museum of Art’s collection, the exhibition explores the historical popularity of tapestries as […]

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Hollywood Entertainment Museum’s 100 Year Collection Up for Auction to Save Education for At-Risk Youth

The Hollywood Entertainment Museum is offering a historic opportunity that no Movie Fan, Collector, or Film Aficionado will want to miss. 100 years of Hollywood History will be auctioned to the public for the first time in an effort to save the Hollywood Media Arts Academy from the current economic climate, a foundation that inspires […]

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