Monthly Archives: November 2021

Terry Allen art exhibition at the TTU Museum

LUBBOCK, Texas (Press release) – Down in the Dirt: Graphic Art by Terry Allen is now on display at the Museum of Texas Tech University. The exhibit features over 70 original works of art by Lubbock-raised visual artist and musician Terry Allen. The exhibition will be open until March 2022. …

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Anti-Defamation League and Auschwitz Museum condemn Fox host for comparing Fauci to Nazi doctor who performed medical experiments at death camp

By Oliver Darcy, CNN Business Lara Logan, a Fox News personality and host of its streaming service, has been condemned by prominent Jewish groups and the Auschwitz Museum after comparing Dr Anthony Fauci to a Nazi doctor notorious for performing medical experiments at the Auschwitz death camp. During an appearance …

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The owner of a Polish ice cream parlor runs a local Jewish museum. Should he get a prize or a penalty?

(JTA) – In a small town in Poland, a local ice cream parlor serves an unusual accompaniment: a gallery of artifacts that once belonged to local Jews, including the family who lived in the building before the Holocaust. Jozef Gucwa opened a makeshift museum next to his glacier in Bobowa, …

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Escape room, like escaping from the museum

SMALL “We discover the evolution of animals. How they were and how they became “ by Dunia Rahwan and Giulia Gattolin, with a preface by Sveva Sagramola (Gribaudo, 70 pages, 14.90 euros), is a book full of curiosities. Did you know that birds had teeth a long time ago? And …

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Let’s say ‘yes’ to an Orange County cultural and natural history museum

A massive animal skeleton, larger than a tiger, swims through the air at the LA County Museum of Natural History, one front paw jutting forward and two large bulging eye sockets eyeing visitors. This impressive skeleton is an extinct aquatic mammal called Desmostylian, and it was discovered in Orange County. …

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Oregon Museums Hope To Attract Shoppers To ‘Museum Store Sunday’

PORTLAND, Ore. (KOIN) – Museum stores in the United States are trying to market themselves during a week when so many people are shopping for holiday gifts. The Oregon Historical Society and the Portland Art Museum are no exception. Between Small Business Saturday and Cyber ​​Monday, museums throng in the …

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20th anniversary of the Patek Philippe museum

Tn November, Patek Philippe celebrates the 20th anniversary of the Patek Philippe Museum, one of the most renowned watch museums in the world. Inaugurated in November 2001, Philippe Stern – who was then president of Patek Philippe – has spent decades acquiring important timepieces, as well as other collectible horological …

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Cleveland Museum of Natural History celebrates 100 years

Video previously released in spring 2021 shows segment of Kickin ‘It With Kenny at the museum CLEVELAND (WJW) – The Cleveland Museum of Natural History turns 100! To commemorate, the museum inaugurated a new exhibition, 100 years of discovery: the past, present and future of a museum. It opened on …

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Louisiana Art and Science Museum to become shopping mall on Sunday

BATON ROUGE, La (BRPROUD) – The Louisiana Museum of Arts and Sciences will become a shopping center that customers can explore on Sundays from the museum shop. “Join us for a once-in-a-lifetime shopping day for beautiful, inspiring and unique items in the LASM Museum boutique,” ​​President and CEO Serena Pandos …

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Museum refuses tourists | The Chronicle

The Chronicle Bongani Ndlovu, columnistTOURISTS have been denied access to the Zimbabwe Natural History Museum in Bulawayo after Zesa cut power to the facility three weeks ago for a debt of $ 700,000. Museum director Dr Moira Fitzpatrick said debt has piled up over the course of a year and …

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Tipperary Bog Ancient Book’s Journey to Museum Treasure

One summer day in Tipperary while peat was being extracted from a bog, a bud sprouted from the freshly cut earth. The discovery sparked a five-year conservation journey to retrieve and preserve what lay beyond: a 1,200-year-old book of psalms in its original cover. Bogs across Europe have thrown away …

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MCLinc has supported the Children’s Museum Gala for over a decade

Barry Stephenson has smoked barbecue for events and has donated numerous bottles of his signature barbecue sauce at auction to the Children’s Museum of Oak Ridge (CMOR) over the past 15 years. The laboratory he runs, Materials & Chemistry Laboratory Inc. (MCLinc), owned by his employees, has been a sponsor …

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Reopening of the Courtauld Gallery: Somerset House Museum “is more beautiful than ever”

“When the Courtauld Gallery closed in 2018 for renovation, I was concerned it would lose the atmosphere that made it one of London’s most unique museums,” Ben Luke said in the London Evening Standard. “But it’s more beautiful than ever, with a renovation perfectly judged.” This remarkable collection, established by …

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Discovery Museum to host COVID-19 clinic to help Bridgeport overcome vaccine hesitancy

Bridgeport’s Discovery Science Center and Planetarium will host a COVID-19 vaccination clinic on Friday. It will also offer bilingual services to parents who are reluctant to get vaccinated. The center has partnered with community groups around Bridgeport to offer bilingual mobile sessions to answer questions about vaccines for non-native English …

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Museum of Arts and Design’s contemporary jewelry pop-up returns for the holiday edition

The Museum of Arts and Design will present the twenty-first edition of MAD About Jewelry (formerly LOOT: MAD About Jewelry), its annual exhibition and sale of unique contemporary jewelry. Open to the public with free admission, December 7-11, following the opening benefit honoring contemporary crafts educator and advocate Helen Drutt …

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New attraction at Balboa Park hopes to bring nostalgia to fans during SDCC special edition

SAN DIEGO – A dream for Comic-Con fans will soon come true with the opening of a new museum dedicated to comics and popular arts in San Diego. The latest cultural attraction, located in Balboa Park, offers exhibitions, programs and events around the world of Comic-Con. Heading to the Comic-Con …

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Public tours, lectures and special sales at the Tang Museum

SARATOGA SPRINGS – The Frances Young Tang Educational Museum and Art Gallery at Skidmore College invites the public to lectures, tours and special in-person sales to close the fall semester. All events are free and open to the public. • Tuesday December 7 at 11:30 am and Wednesday December 8 …

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The science museum holds exhibitions in Chattogram

The Director General of the National Museum of Science and Technology, Mohammad Munir Chowdhury, on Saturday inaugurates the Robotic Olympiad at the Chattogram International Presidency School. – Press release The National Museum of Science and Technology hosted the Robot Olympiad, a mobile science exhibition and stargazing program in Chittagong on …

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The Richmond Art Museum exhibits works by artists from Indiana, Ohio

RICHMOND, Indiana – The Richmond Art Museum is hosting Indiana’s longest-running juryed art competition until January 8. The 123rd Annual Indiana and Ohio Artists’ Exhibition features more than 200 artists from both states, according to a press release. Linda Crank, an artist from Cincinnati, Ohio, selected 156 works for the …

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CC Museum allows Purple Heart recipients to enter for free

Many veterans attended what has become a touching tribute to those who served and to those who will pass through the doors of the museum in the future. CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas – Veterans Day is over, but not the recognition of these veterans. “We’re making a big effort right now …

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‘It was terrifying’: the journey of an ancient book from the Irish bog to the museum’s treasure | Museums

ohn summer day in Tipperary, as peat was being extracted from a bog, a bud sprouted from the freshly cut earth. The discovery sparked a five-year conservation journey to retrieve and preserve what lay beyond: a 1,200-year-old book of psalms in its original cover. Bogs across Europe have thrown away …

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Enter the ancient city of Palmyra at the Crow Museum of Asian Art – NBC 5 Dallas-Fort Worth

A few years after the ancient city of Palmyra was designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1980, Carolyn Brown made the first of three trips to the Syrian site to photograph one of the most magnificent cultural centers of the ancient world . A poignant documentation of a cultural …

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What to know before you go

New York’s new LGBTQ + museum is slated to open in 2024 and will be the cornerstone of the community’s history and hope for the future. The American LGBTQ + Museum in New York will open in 2024 and will be the first of its kind in the city. Discussions …

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The Oceanarium Marine Museum is expected to reopen on MDI in June 2022

A marine museum on Mount Desert Island that has been closed for the past two years is set to reopen next June with a new owner and expanded offerings. A new non-profit association, Oceanarium and Education Center, bought the 19-acre waterfront property on Highway 3 in Bar Harbor in January …

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Tiny Japanese sculptures at NY Jewish Museum tell a story of Jewish family’s resilience

New York Jewish Week via JTA – Edmund de Waal believes objects, like families, are diasporic. They start in one place and end in another, accumulating stories. A master ceramist who exhibits his work internationally, de Waal is the author of the award-winning 2010 bestseller “The Amber-Eyed Hare: A Hidden …

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Holcim: and the S AM Swiss Architecture Museum launch Beton, the first exhibition on the history of concrete in Switzerland

Holcim proudly supports Concrete, the first Swiss exhibition dedicated to the history of concrete, which opens today at the Swiss Museum of Architecture S AM in Basel and until April 24, 2022. From the Pantheon in Rome – the largest concrete dome not armed with the world – at the …

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Tokyo Art Museum’s ‘Vampires’ is an ambitious independent epic

Vampires, the latest single from the Tokyo Art Museum, is a dizzying display of crystal-clear guitars and vocal melodies the size of a stadium. Tokyo Museum of Art is the project of Sydney-based artist Josh Lloyd. Although the project is only at the beginning of its life, the brand new …

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Payday Loans with No Credit Checks

Aren’t there times when you are annoyed when an emergency happens at an unplanned time of month? You worry that you’ll be short of cash to pay for the unexpected. There’s no need to be. In this article, we will be discussing payday loans which don’t need credit checks. What are …

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5 Ways to Make the Most of Your Year-End Bonus

Not everyone who works hard all year round gets a year-end bonus as a thank you for a job well done. But many companies to do have a habit of rewarding workers in the form of a lump sum in cash. If you get a year-end bonus, you might be …

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Perot Museum of Nature and Science announces special hours for holidays

Photo courtesy of the Perot Museum Facebook Twitter Pinterest Keep the kids entertained at the Perot Museum of Nature and Science When guests come to visit while on vacation, one of our favorite stops is the Perot Museum of Nature and Science. There is always something new to explore, learn …

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Karnes promoted to chief curator at the Modern Art Museum

Andrea Karnes has been promoted to Chief Curator of Fort Worth Museum of Modern Art. Director Marla Price announced the promotion on November 17. Karnes has been with the Museum team since the beginning of her career in the early 1990s. She has accumulated a record of critically acclaimed exhibitions …

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Are you looking for a stolen idol? Visit the Manhattan DA Museum

Evidence lockers at the Manhattan district attorney’s office often contain an array of items that were part of the crimes he is prosecuting. Blunt instruments. Bags of heroin. Bundles of banknotes. The kind of stuff that shouldn’t be given up, but no one would have a heart attack if you …

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Lenders will have to dig deeper before approving loans from December 1

Changes to the Credit Contracts and Consumer Finance Act (CCCFA) mean that personal loan or mortgage applications could take longer to process from December 1, with borrowers being required to provide more detailed information and the industry faces severe penalties for non-compliance. The goal of change is to protect New …

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Clarksville’s Customs House Museum December 2021 Exhibitions, Activities

Clarksville, Tennessee – The Customs House Museum and Cultural Center is located in historic downtown Clarksville, Tennessee. Come explore an entire city block with large gallery spaces filled with art, science and history. Some of the events in December at the Museum are Familiar: Le Petit Voyage: Little Works of …

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Putnam Museum and Science Center Announces Initiative to Create a Fuller Picture of Quad-Cities History | Local News

“I think these exhibits kind of represent our collective identity as a community, and certainly with what we’ve all been through over the past 18 months, they represent our shared experiences as a community,” said Rachael Mullins, President and CEO of Putnam. The Putnam is the only museum in Iowa …

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Best Credit Cards After Bankruptcy

A Chapter 7 bankruptcy forces bankrupt filers to liquidate their assets, and it’s a relatively short process. Once you have sold the assets that you are required to sell, any debts that could not be repaid will be discharged. This type of bankruptcy typically takes three to six months to …

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Using Crypto to Take Cash Loans For Bad Credit Online – CryptoMode

Coinbase is known as a hub for digital currencies. Recently he has started offering online cash loans for bad credit. Of course, these cash loans are based on Bitcoin. Their value can reach up to $ 20,000 in 17 US states. Customers from 17 states can join the waiting list …

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The Different Types of Loans in Canada: Explained

Interest rates can be a very complicated issue to understand, especially for first-time home buyers who are unfamiliar with the rules and regulations surrounding lending in Canada. However, understanding interest rates is not something you have to master on your own, so here is an explanation of the different types …

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Andy Warhol’s West arrives at the James Museum

Andy Warhol’s brand new exhibit, Warhol’s West, is set to debut at the James Museum in downtown St. Petersburg in October. West Warhol explores pop artist Andy Warhol’s fascination with the American West. The exhibit features a wide array of Western imagery and more of Warhol, including his latest big …

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Survey the Depths of the Ocean with a CSUB Marine Scientist for a Museum Discussion | Entertainment

The ocean is a vast and seemingly unknowable place most people will only dip their toes – even skilled divers barely scratch the surface of its depths. Marine scientist Dr Anthony Rathburn, however, knows some of the secrets of the deep and dark sea, and he is happy to share …

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Two other passengers sue Bath museum over capsized schooner

The Mary E, a schooner built in Bath in 1906, rests on its side as the crews work to stabilize the ship and bring all passengers down to safety. Photo courtesy of Paul Kalkstein Two other passengers who were aboard the Mary E when it capsized in July have filed …

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What is peer-to-peer lending and how does it work?

P2P lending allows you to borrow directly from individual investors, bypassing banks or credit unions. The process is quick and streamlined, and you are likely to receive funds much faster than through a bank. P2P is a good option for borrowers who cannot qualify for a traditional loan. If your …

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Pecan Grove Women’s Club to Visit Museum | Community

The holidays will be here soon, whether we are ready or not. I’m not even counting the days until Christmas yet. I have to take it one holiday at a time! Thank goodness for the family! I know there are many in our area that still need help so we …

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Cash App Borrow: The Latest Cash App Loan Feature

Jacob Ammentorp Lund / Getty Images / iStockphoto If there are times when you need an advance before you get your paycheck, the Cash App Loan Money could save your life. After all, sending and receiving money from peer-to-peer payment service is so easy. The good news is that there …

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The Cummer Museum celebrates its 60th anniversary

The Cummer Museum of Art & Gardens has fun family events planned for the weekend to celebrate. JACKSONVILLE, Florida – The Cummer Museum of Art & Gardens is one of the largest art museums in Northeast Florida. This week they are celebrating 60 years of service to the community and …

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Shabbat unveiled! – Chau Chak Wing Museum

In mid-2021, the Nicholson Collection received a new gift of a remarkable shabti, painted with gold and named Senseneb, after an elite Egyptian woman who lived around 1550 BC. It was discovered in 1908 during the excavation of the tomb of Tetiky, the son of Senseneb, in the Theban valley …

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The Albion children’s museum in full “resurgence”

ALBION, Mich. (AP) – A mother and 4-year-old son waited patiently for the opening of the Kid ‘N’ Stuff Children’s Museum on a cold fall afternoon. Walking through doors decorated with cartoon children, Hudson Coblentz pretended to shop in the museum’s Felpausch grocery store before heading to a 15-foot-high tube …

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Offer accepted on Aberdeen History Museum location

Aberdeen History Museum focuses on a new home. The city of Aberdeen’s offer for a new location for the museum has been accepted, the city’s museum board said at its meeting earlier this week. “We heard from the owner and they accepted the city’s offer,” said Stacie Barnum, Aberdeen’s director …

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Opulent Edvard Munch art museum opens in Oslo

“TSOUND BIG and solitary artist ”, writes JP Hodin of Edvard Munch,“ was appreciated… only by a handful of initiates in the West. It has remained virtually unknown to Americans as well as to the English and French. Distinguished art historian, Hodin made his assessment in 1950, six years after …

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The museum is more than just a tourist attraction

When you think of museums, you might think of the Metropolitan or the Louvre, those great popular tourist attractions known around the world. Important both culturally and historically, museums give us a glimpse of life in another place and time, providing a snapshot of a world far away or threatened …

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From mom to museum volunteer • The Nob Hill Gazette

Pamela Hornik is a patron and collector. She volunteers at Stanford’s Cantor Arts Center – where she sits on the Director’s Advisory Board and is an ambassador for its 2022 Museums by Moonlight gala – as well as the neighboring Anderson Collection. (Eamon Ore-Giron’s work behind her is part of …

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November events take place at the Mattapoisett Museum

The Mattapoisett Museum will host a series of events in November. Discovery Days, a new program for people with dementia-related memory loss and their care partners, will be held at 2 p.m. on Thursday, November 4. During this hour-long program, individuals will make personal connections with artefacts, discussions, artistic and …

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