Pulitzer Presents Major Exhibition Celebrating the Achievements of Acclaimed Artist Barbara Chase-Riboud

Pulitzer Presents Major Exhibition Celebrating the Achievements of Acclaimed Artist Barbara Chase-Riboud

This fall the Pulitzer Arts Foundation presents Barbara Chase-Riboud Monumentale: The Bronzes, a major monographic presentation examining the artistic vision of the Paris-based artist, novelist, and poet, Barbara Chase-Riboud (b. Philadelphia, 1939). On view from September 16, 2022, to February 5, 2023, Barbara Chase-Riboud Monumentale: The Bronzes brings together some 40 major sculptures from the […]

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Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum to hold volunteer interest meetings

Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum to hold volunteer interest meetings

The Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum (CBMM) in St. Michaels, Md., has planned a set of upcoming volunteer interest meetings to welcome more members to its volunteer team. Volunteer roles include opportunities with guided tours and programs, exhibitions and collections, caring for CBMM’s grounds and gardens, on-the-water and dockside with its Floating Fleet and working Shipyard, […]

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Museum of Flight Unveils STEM Programming for Multilingual Students

Museum of Flight Unveils STEM Programming for Multilingual Students

SEATTLE – The Museum of Flight now offers a Spanish language version of its popular virtual and remote STEM education program, Suited for Space. The new Suited for Space | English Learner Enhanced can be used for students learning English and/or Spanish. Designed for upper-elementary and middle school learning environments, the program leads students to […]

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Pulitzer Arts Foundation Transforms Church Ruins into Space for Art and Community

Pulitzer Arts Foundation Transforms Church Ruins into Space for Art and Community

“Spring Church” Opens Summer 2022 In 2001, a Gothic-revival-style church located in the Grand Center Arts District of St. Louis, Missouri, was destroyed by fire, with only its architectural shell still standing. Known as the “Spring Church,” the remaining structure became a beloved community landmark and the site of impromptu gatherings and other events. Now, […]

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Exhibition of Southern California Impressionism Opens at Langson IMCA on June 11

Exhibition of Southern California Impressionism Opens at Langson IMCA on June 11

UC Irvine Jack and Shanaz Langson Institute and Museum of California Art (Langson IMCA) will reopen its interim gallery at 18881 Von Karman Avenue on June 11, 2022, with the special exhibition Variations of Place: Southern California Impressionism in the Early 20th Century. The gallery has been closed since February 13, 2022, due to renovations […]

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Cincinnati Museum Center hires new Curator of History Objects & Fine Art

Cincinnati Museum Center hires new Curator of History Objects & Fine Art

CINCINNATI – Cincinnati Museum Center (CMC) manages a collection of history objects and fine art dating back more than 200 years, to Cincinnati’s earliest days and even predating the city itself. This week, CMC announced the hiring of Katherine Gould to care for and maintain those collections as its new Curator of History Objects & […]

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Watch log canoe races aboard Winnie Estelle  at the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum

Watch log canoe races aboard Winnie Estelle at the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum

Join the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum aboard the 1920 buyboat Winnie Estelle this summer for an up-close and personal view of the Chesapeake Bay sailing log canoe races on the Miles River. Log canoe races are a quintessential Chesapeake pastime, and from a shady spot onboard Winnie’s deck you will get an up close and […]

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Pride-inspired children’s programming at Cincinnati Museum Center

Pride-inspired children’s programming at Cincinnati Museum Center

CINCINNATI – Cincinnati Museum Center (CMC) is helping empower kids to embrace their full selves during a month of programming for Pride Month. The Children’s Museum programming will include art activities, story times and more to encourage self-confidence and self-expression. Throughout June, CMC will be hosting a mural-making experience in the Children’s Museum. Teaching artists […]

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A Delightful Day of Droids at the Museum of Flight

A Delightful Day of Droids at the Museum of Flight

The R2-D2 Builders Club Expo brings the beeping buddies to life SEATTLE – June 4 is droid day at the Museum as the R2-D2 Builders Club and their robot friends gather for their annual Expo. The robots will be roaming the galleries from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. to greet visitors, and their makers will […]

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Cincinnati  nature-inspired art exhibition inspires appreciation of beauty and need for conservation

Cincinnati nature-inspired art exhibition inspires appreciation of beauty and need for conservation

CINCINNATI – The beauty of nature has long been a muse for artists. Cincinnati Museum Center (CMC) is showcasing the nature-inspired landscape artwork of artist Michael Scott alongside works from the museum’s own collections in the exhibition America’s Epic Treasures featuring Preternatural by Michael Scott, now open. America’s Epic Treasures features 33 major works organized […]

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Chesapeake Bay-built boats to be featured at 34th Antique & Classic Boat Festival

Chesapeake Bay-built boats to be featured at 34th Antique & Classic Boat Festival

The 34th Antique & Classic Boat Festival and the Arts at Navy Point begins Friday, June 17, at the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum in St. Michaels, Md., this year celebrating the theme: “Chesapeake Bay Built.” Hosted by the Chesapeake Bay Chapter of the Antique & Classic Boat Society, this Father’s Day tradition brings a sense […]

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Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum offers women’s woodworking in June

Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum offers women’s woodworking in June

The Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum in St. Michaels, Md., is offering a women-only woodworking class in its Shipyard on June 4–5, from 9am–5pm each day. Participants should plan to attend both sessions. Shipyard Education Programs Manager Jenn Kuhn will host this two-day, women-only introduction to woodworking. Participants will not only take home a custom-made mallet, […]

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