Monthly Archives: December 2021

Watch now: New Year’s celebrations start early at Children’s Discovery Museum 🎉 | Family

[ad_1] Kids of all ages searched for a better 2022 as the New Year arrived. David proeber NORMAL – “Five … four … three … two … one! Happy New Year noon!” Children and families shouted in excitement as colored paper erupted above the Children’s Discovery Museum in Normal, counting …

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Discovery Museum Winter Camps End With Robotics Competition | Local news

[ad_1] Two science camps for young people at the Santa Maria Valley Discovery Museum ended Thursday after several days of space discovery and robotics. The four-day robotics camp, which began on Monday, allowed young people aged 8 to 14 to build and code Premier League Lego robots under the direction …

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New Hmong Cultural Center Museum Storefront Space Opened With More Space, More Information – Twin Cities

[ad_1] Think of it as a neighborhood museum where you can learn more about your neighbors. The Hmong Cultural Center Museum officially opened in early December in a store on the ground floor of University Avenue. It is a few blocks from where the first Hmong refugees settled in St. …

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Free days at the Denver Museum of Art, Zoo, and Botanical Gardens in 2022

[ad_1] Annual Free Days offered by the Scientific & Cultural Facilities District cover the metro area’s largest nonprofits, from the Denver Art Museum and the Denver Botanic Gardens to the Denver Zoo, and they’re always family hits. The aforementioned organizations are considered Tier 1 organizations in SCFD sales tax funding, …

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New exhibition of the Sakıp Sabancı museum on Abdülmecid Efendi

[ad_1] ISTANBUL The Sakıp Sabancı Museum (SSM) of the University of Sabancı hosts the exhibition “The Extraordinary World of the Prince: Abdülmecid Efendi” on the life and art of Abdülmecid Efendi, the last Caliph of the Ottoman Empire who had a lasting effect on Turkish art history. Besides his patronage …

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Pennsylvania Historical & Museum Commission Now Accepting Applications for Keystone Historical Preservation Grants Program

[ad_1] Grants support projects that identify, preserve, promote, and protect Pennsylvania’s historical and archaeological resources. HARRISBURG, Pa .– The Pennsylvania Historical & Museum Commission has announced that it is now accepting applications from nonprofits and local governments for the Keystone Historic Preservation Grants program. The grants support projects that identify, …

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New Discovery Lab children’s museum designed to delight, challenge and educate visitors | Assembly area

[ad_1] “We try to inspire curiosity. I think that’s what it all comes down to, ”Childress-Wimp said. “This is our vision. If you can make children curious, they will continue to want to learn; they’re going to keep diving deeper, so everything here is designed to give them that spark. …

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CVB, art museum team to promote public art | News

[ad_1] Owensboro-Daviess County Convention and Visitors Bureau Partners with Owensboro Art Museum to Promote Owensboro Tour of 21 Public Works of Art as “One of the Best in the Midwest” . “This campaign gives us the opportunity to reintroduce Owensboro’s thriving public art scene to both our community and to …

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Naval & Maritime Museum opens exhibition of fragile artefacts | Local news

[ad_1] Scuba diving helmets are among the artifacts on display at Patriots Point’s new Fragile Collections exhibit on December 15 in Mount Pleasant. The new exhibit, which opened to the public on December 17, features a selection of rare and fragile artefacts primarily related to World War II that were …

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Alabama researchers name extinct shark after retired LSU museum official

[ad_1] BATON ROUGE, Louisiana (PA) – Louisiana State University museum official received a unique retirement gift – researchers in Alabama and South Carolina named a prehistoric shark species after it. Suyin Ting has been responsible for the Vertebrate Paleontology Collections at the LSU Museum of Natural Science for 26 years. …

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The Sparkling Science of Jewelry at the Perot Museum – NBC 5 Dallas-Fort Worth

[ad_1] All that glitters is at The form of matter: through the eyes of an artist, a special exhibition showcasing the work of internationally renowned jewelry designer Paula Crevoshay. The exhibit is on display at the Perot Museum of Nature and Science in Dallas until April 20. Showcasing around 70 …

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ECU Football Has Powerful DC Experience When Visiting National Museum of African American History and Culture

[ad_1] WASHINGTON, DC (WITN) – Part of Military Bowl week is exploring the area around which the game will be played. He really hit home with ECU football on Friday. ECU football trained on Friday morning and it went rather well according to the team. The pirates boarded the bus …

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Researchers name prehistoric shark after LSU museum official retires

[ad_1] Researchers named a prehistoric shark, Carcharhinus tingae, after a retired official from the Louisiana State University Museum of Natural Sciences, The Associated Press reported. David Cicimurri of South Carolina State and Jun Ebersole of the McWane Science Center named the shark in honor of Suyin Ting, who was collections …

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Fossilized tree found at the Nova Scotia cliff on display at the Royal Ontario Museum

[ad_1] An ancient tree that began its modern journey after falling off a cliff in Nova Scotia is now on display in a new gallery at one of the country’s busiest museums. After decades of preparation, the Dawn of Life Gallery opened this month at the Royal Ontario Museum in …

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Events and announcements: festive catering offers, exhibitions at the ArtScience museum, USS X’mas special

[ad_1] Marvel at the eight light exhibitions, including the seven-story Spalliera, handcrafted in Italy and inspired by the circular rose windows of Gothic churches in Europe. Visitors can also play carnival games, ride a two-story Venetian carousel, shop at Mistletoe Alley Market, and enjoy the Garden Rhapsody sound and light …

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Art Industry News: Museum Curators More Trustworthy Than Judges Or Scientists, New Survey Says + More Stories

[ad_1] Art Industry News is a daily digest of the most important developments in the art world and the art market. Here is what you need to know this Thursday, December 23. NEED TO READ Inside the Freakonomics of the Art Industry – Freakonomics author Stephen Dubner has published a …

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Berks Museum traces the history of the former POW camp before new development | Regional News from Berks

[ad_1] BERN TWP., PA – Call it a road map to the past. “These detailed maps that we have show the compound, the barbed wire, the electrified wires, in extraordinary detail,” said Mark Gillen, director of the Berks Military History Museum. Its intricate lines are drawn across land that sits …

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The distillery joins forces with the Natural History Museum

[ad_1] X Sign up for free to receive the latest news straight to your inbox Register The Cooper King Distillery continued its continued commitment to the fight against climate change with the launch of an exclusive carbon negative “Discovery Gin” in collaboration with the Natural History Museum. The York-based distillery …

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Noon countdown at the Woodlands Children’s Museum

[ad_1] entertainment Through Courtney Topini Coats | December 21, 2021 THE WOODLANDS, TX – Welcome to 2022 at Woodlands Children’s Museum’s annual High Noon Countdown New Years Eve party, designed for parents and children. Offered at a three-hour session on Friday, December 31, guests are invited to play games, create …

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Metropolitan Museum of Art limits attendance amid virus wave

[ad_1] The Metropolitan Museum of Art said on Tuesday it would limit attendance to around 10,000 visitors per day due to the highly infectious variant of Omicron. During a normal holiday season, the museum would expect almost twice as many visitors. “The safety of our staff and visitors remains our …

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Five things you didn’t know about mistletoe | Smithsonian Voices

[ad_1] Smithsonian botanist Marcos A. Caraballo-Ortiz collected these specimens of mistletoe in Mexico. Marcos A. Caraballo-Ortiz This holiday season, you might be hoping to catch someone under the mistletoe – or it just might be an prospect you’d like to avoid. The association of mistletoe with kisses and Christmas in …

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Stolen Revolutionary War artifacts returned to Mercer Museum in PA centers

[ad_1] The long stolen and priceless Nicholson bayonet pistol from the American Revolutionary era is finally returning to the Mercer Museum in Doylestown. At the time of its disappearance, the pistol was on display in a display case on the third floor of the South Pine Street Museum. In the …

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The man who runs the Bigfoot Museum in Northern California

[ad_1] He notably believes that Bigfoot roams freely in the woodlands and mountains of the Pacific Northwest, hunting deer for food and hiding from the humans who would inevitably destroy him. Rugg says he has first-hand experience with Bigfoot, who he says is a bipedal primate species. At age 4, …

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Three solo exhibitions on display at the UCSB Museum of Art, Design and Architecture | Culture & Leisure

[ad_1] Posted on December 19, 2021 | 5:13 p.m. Three contemporary solo exhibitions will open in January at the Art, Design & Architecture Museum (AD&A Museum) at UCSB. Harmonia Rosales 2021 photographed by Jeff McLane. (Courtesy of the artist and artist space UTA.) Spanning time and space, the exhibits present …

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History of the Royal BC Museum: 1886-2021

[ad_1] • The museum was founded in 1886 in response to a petition signed by 30 prominent citizens. He was housed in a single room adjoining the office of the provincial secretary in the Capitol buildings, nicknamed the Birdcages. John Fannin, an avid outdoorsman and gifted collector and taxidermist, was …

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The Royal BC Museum rushes for a final look at the Old Town before it is dismantled

[ad_1] RBCM will close its third floor on December 31 for a makeover that is expected to take years. Many who visited the museum last week agreed that the exhibits should be presented in an updated context, but disagreed with their dismantling during the long viewing period. In the Old …

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Letters of December 18: An ideal location for a maritime museum; give a chance to the third floor of the Royal BC Museum

[ad_1] The maritime museum could be a centerpiece On December 10, 2010, the Times Colonist published my letter in support of the installation of the Maritime Museum of BC in the Steamship Terminal. I thought at the time that I was a voice crying in the desert. Recent letters show …

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Phoenix Museum of Art exhibit showcases’ 60s paper fashions

[ad_1] The paper fashion movement of the 1960s lasted only two short years, but it was two years of paper, paper and more paper. Paper saris, knitted paper dresses, paper handbags and paper jewelry. Now you can see over 80 pieces preserved at the Phoenix Art Museum. “Generation Paper: Fast …

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Museum at the Mall: Exhibits Invite the Public to Explore Local History on Their Shopping Outings | News

[ad_1] PLATSBURGH – An unexpected partnership between local museums and the Champlain Center Mall is underway. The local museum exhibits will now be previewed at the Champlain Shopping Center, near Bazaar Trader. HIGH TRAFFIC LOCATION Although in an unlikely location, shoppers will have the opportunity to learn about local history …

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Clarksville’s Customs House Museum January 2022 Exhibitions, Activities

[ad_1] Clarksville, Tennessee – The Customs House Museum and Cultural Center is located in historic downtown Clarksville, Tennessee. Come explore an entire city block with great gallery spaces filled with art, science and history. Some of the events in December at the Museum are Familiar: Celebrating Our Korean Culture, The …

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Douglas SBD-2P Dauntless arrives at Pearl Harbor Aviation Museum

[ad_1] Last October, we reported that after some 40,000 hours of volunteer work, the catering team at the Aerospace and Air Science Museum Zoo in Kalamazoo, Michigan had completed the restoration of the Douglas SBD-2P Dauntless BuNo. 2173. This article also stated that the dive bomber was to leave Kalamazoo …

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Museum fellows present their work on Friday

[ad_1] The 2021 class of Aspen Art Museum Artist Fellows will unveil their projects and share them with the community on Friday evening. This year’s group includes a ceramist Louise Deroualle, painters Dave Durrance, Monica Goldsmith and Lindsay Jones, photo artist Trace Nichols and installation artist Lara Whitley. The presentations …

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‘Meet Me In St. Louis’ Tonight at Forest Park History Museum

[ad_1] Dominique Genetti, Digital journalist December 16, 2021 “Meet Me In St. Louis” stars Judy Garland and tells the story of the Smith family living in St. Louis before the 1904 World’s Fair. Original movie poster It seems almost wonderfully ironic to watch “Meet In St. Louis” on the subject …

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QBWA Celebrates Qatar National Day at Sheikh Faisal Bin Qassim Museum

[ad_1] The Qatar Businesswomen’s Association (QBWA) held a special celebration on the occasion of Qatar’s National Day on Wednesday. The event was celebrated at the Sheikh Faisal Bin Qassim Al Thani Museum under the slogan of this year’s National Day – “The land of the ancestors… is a trust”, as …

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Funding from Arts Broward’s (FAB) “Black & White: A Night At The Museum”

[ad_1] Funding Arts Broward (FAB), a non-profit organization committed to the preservation and cultivation of the arts in Broward County, will present its fifth annual special event “Black & White: A Night At The Museum” on Monday January 10 from 6 p.m. to 8 a.m. pm This elegant black-and-white themed …

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Peggy Notebaert Museum Restores Almost Century-Old Movies by Ornithologist Benjamin Gault, Showing Rare Scenes From 1920s Ireland – CBS Chicago

[ad_1] CHICAGO (CBS) – Benjamin Gault was known for his research on birds, and there is even now a bird sanctuary named after him in his hometown of Glen Ellyn. But as CBS 2’s Charlie De Mar reported on Tuesday, the movies he recorded about 100 years ago have new …

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Cleveland Museum of Natural History at 100: Museum’s impact explored in new exhibit (photos)

[ad_1] CLEVELAND, Ohio – The Cleveland Museum of Natural History was built over 100 years ago in a small wooden building on Public Square. Inside, visitors could see some exhibits about wildlife and the world. It changed a lot over the next century, more and more to show off some …

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Family Says Young Son With Rare Disease Denied Entry To Chicago Museum For Not Wearing A Mask – NBC Chicago

[ad_1] Chicago family say their 3-year-old son was denied entry to the Museum of Science and Industry because he wasn’t wearing a mask, and now the family is asking Illinois officials to remind the public that there are medical exemptions for the requirement to wear face coverings in indoor spaces. …

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“Watercolor Wisconsin” to open at the Wustum Museum |

[ad_1] RACINE – The 55th year of “Watercolor Wisconsin” is on view from December 15 to April 23 at the Charles A. Wustum Museum of Fine Arts, a campus of the Racine Art Museum at 2519 Northwestern Ave. “Watercolor Wisconsin” is an annual state-wide competition held by the museum since …

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An interview with the Geelvinck Museum

[ad_1] Thanks so much for talking to us today! Tell us about the Geelvinck Museum. The Geelvinck Museum is a historic house museum with an important collection of 18th and 19th century string keyboard instruments, and by far the largest collection of period pianos in the Netherlands. It offers the …

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Museum of Plastic Sculpture near Nandi Hills

[ad_1] Karnataka will house a plastic waste sculpture museum near the scenic Bangalore holiday destination Nandi Hills soon to raise awareness, it was announced on Sunday. “Our goal is to use art to educate people about the harmful effects of plastic waste and to encourage others to take similar initiatives …

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New Bedford Art Museum / Works of Art! Honor patrons of the arts

[ad_1] NEW BEDFORD – New Bedford Art Museum / Works of Art! (NBAM) will virtually recognize those who truly have an impact on the arts community with the Patrons of the Arts Award on Friday, December 31. In a region so populated by artists and creators, the Art Museum considers …

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Eric Merrell at La Quinta Museum, Headstone for Christina Lillian, Farewell to Kathi Hilton, Agnes’ Dead Reckoning and more

[ad_1] Eric Merrell is broadcast widely in the West, but soon you’ll have the rare opportunity to see 35 works of The Desert Master right here in Coachella Valley. Merrell completed the series of paintings – showing the ‘wonder and strength’ of the desert landscape – during an artist residency …

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The Cherokee Indian Museum announces the appointment of new directors

[ad_1] The Museum of the Cherokee Indian (MCI) extends its leadership with the appointment of two new directors. Evan Mathis has joined the Museum as Director of Collections and Exhibitions to manage the care, safety and security of MCI’s paper and object collections and to assist with planning, design and …

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The reorganization of the Reina Sofia museum puts the small picture in the foreground | Spain

[ad_1] ohOn the second floor of the Reina Sofía Museum in Madrid, not far from Picasso’s immense and still livid Guernica, is a much smaller but equally eloquent testimony to the civilian cost of the Spanish Civil War. Robert Capa’s photograph of rue Peironcely n ° 10 in Madrid’s working-class …

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Knife Sharpening Event at Arlington Heights Historical Museum

[ad_1] Did you discover any dull knives a few weeks ago while making your holiday dinner? Don’t let that happen for your next vacation! Gather these knives, scissors, and tools and take them to a Sharpening by Dave event at the Arlington Heights Historical Museum on the second Sunday of …

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Special screening of Women of the Movement at the National Museum of Civil Rights | national

[ad_1] Memphis, TN, December 09, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – On December 15, the National Civil Rights Museum will host a special virtual screening of the anticipated ABC limited series, “Women of the Movement” based on the true story of Mamie Till-Mobley , mother of Emmett Till. The museum is one …

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Sir Peter Hendy CBE appointed Chairman of the National Railway Museum Advisory Board

[ad_1] Sir Peter Hendy CBE, Chairman of Network Rail, has been appointed Chairman of the National Railway Museum Advisory Board. Sir Peter will focus on implementing the museum’s Vision 2025 master plan, which will create a new central hall and effect widespread transformation across the site. The aim is to …

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Pomona Museum’s mobile art program breaks ‘barriers’ in schools – Daily Bulletin

[ad_1] Ashley Rowley stood in front and center of Kim Lowe’s fourth grade class. Holding a ball of gray dough in her palms, she asked the students if they had ever played with clay before. In the class of 31, only a handful raised their hands. “I’ve never touched clay …

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The Finney County Historical Museum will hold an open house on Saturday

[ad_1] The Finney County Historical Museum will celebrate the return of its annual open house from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday. The come and go gathering will feature seasonal snacks, live music, and the museum’s Christmas exhibit, featuring a mechanical diorama from Santa’s Workshop, dating from around 1950, …

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Change of management at the Sydney Jewish Museum »J-Wire

[ad_1] Browse> Home / News / Change of management at the Sydney Jewish Museum December 8, 2021 by J-Wire Newsdesk Read the article Professor Gus Lehrer has retired from the presidency of the Sydney Jewish Museum after 11 years as its head. Gus Lehrer at the AHM At the recent …

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Boston College Museum receives $ 20 million art donation from Peter Lynch

[ad_1] “It’s a transformational gift,” said Nancy Netzer, inaugural director of Robert L. and Judith T. Winston of the McMullen Museum. “We are a small museum and these works have been in private hands for a long time. They were not shown to the public, the students did not work …

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Barbados Museum History of the Transatlantic Slave Trade

[ad_1] Although Barbados gained independence in 1966, having been under British rule since 1627, the nation just officially severed ties with the British monarchy in November. Instead of such events, Prime Minister Mia Amor Mottley announced that the nation would build a museum dedicated to the transatlantic slave trade. This …

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WAG-Qaumajuq Museum in Winnipeg, Canada to Co-Host 22nd Inuit Studies Conference – Eye on the Arctic

[ad_1] Qaumajuq, the Inuit art center of the Winnipeg Art Gallery. (Lindsay Reid / Courtesy of the Winnipeg Art Gallery) The Winnipeg Art Gallery (WAG) -Qaumajuq will co-host Auviqsaqtut: The 22nd Inuit Studies Conference, with the University of Manitoba in April. “The University of Winnipeg and the Aabijijiwan New Media …

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Wilderness and Watercolors: A Hidden Museum Pays Homage to the Staggering Artwork of an Adventurer | New

[ad_1] As a child, Palo Altan Jane Woodward dreamed of living in a museum. She spent her summers visiting her grandmother in Manhattan and loved to fantasize about what it would be like to live in the Metropolitan Museum, like the characters in her favorite book, “From the Mixed-Up Files …

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Denver Art Museum reflects on plundered African art

[ad_1] DENVER (AP) – British troops in 1897 staged a violent retaliatory raid on the kingdom of Benin, in what is now southern Nigeria, looting and torching the royal palace and sending the oba, or king, into exile . The British confiscated all of the royal treasures of their colonial …

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Is the election of Gil Hodges to the Hall of Fame in the financial best interests of the museum?

[ad_1] 3 / 1957- Gil Hodges- Brookyln Dodgers. UPI color slides. Bettmann Archives Gil Hodges is the only baseball player who was eligible for induction into the Baseball Hall of Fame by the Veterans Committee who garnered at least 50% of the BBWAA vote and was not elected. When Hodges …

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AOH concerned about plans to replace Irish tour at Tenement Museum

[ad_1] The Old Order of the Hibernians (AOH) said it was “concerned” by reports that the New York Tenement Museum should replace its “Irish Outsiders” tour with a hybrid story of Irish and African-American families. The Tenement Museum, located at 97 and 103 Orchard Street on the Lower East Side, …

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Asteroid samples brought back by Hayabusa2 on display at Tokyo museum

[ad_1] A black particle collected during the Hayabusa2 space probe’s first landing on the asteroid Ryugu, which is now on display to the public at the National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation in Tokyo’s Koto district, can be seen in this photo provided by the museum. TOKYO – Samples …

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Keeping It Local: This is museum-quality art – only it’s for the kitchen

[ad_1] This week Wallace Baine, my colleague on Rhythm Arts & Entertainment, and I posted lists of gift ideas that focus on local artisans. Our suggestions cover books, beverages, visual art, food and Clothes. In this last part, you will find gifts for the kitchen and the house. Lookout shows …

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The Berea Museum Shop, the Perfect Stopover for Holiday Gifts: Around Town

[ad_1] BEREA, Ohio – Looking for a unique gift near you this holiday season? Look no further than the Berea Historical Society’s Mahler Museum souvenir shop, 118 East Bridge St., where you’ll find Westerwald Pottery soup bowls and coffee mugs, as well as historical books, calendars and gifts. ‘other items …

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Is New York’s Tenement Museum replacing Irish history with black history?

[ad_1] Conflicting reports have emerged about the future of the Irish tour at the Tenement Museum in New York City, with some sources claiming the museum is on the verge of ‘replacing’ the story of an Irish family who lived in the building in the 19th century. century. The Tenement …

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Opening of an Artefact restaurant inside the Mingei Museum in Balboa Park

[ad_1] With gastronomic legends such as the founder of Chez Panisse, Alice Waters opening of a restaurant inside the Hammer Museum in LA, art museums are increasingly known as gastronomic destinations. At Balboa Park, the jewel of San Diego, the Mingei International Museum unveiled Artifact, a sleek new restaurant centerpiece …

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Rivalry between museums ‘could make the Dutch Vermeer exhibition the last of its kind’ | Johannes vermeer

[ad_1] Amsterdam’s Rijksmuseum has announced a “first and last” exhibition of all of Johannes Vermeer’s paintings that are fit for travel, as its director has claimed that growing rivalry between museums makes such international cooperation unlikely in the future. . Vermeer, whose most famous work is Girl with a Pearl …

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Holiday market at Elverhoj museum debuts on Saturday | Lifestyles

[ad_1] Scott Bruhn’s wooden crafts will be on display and for sale this weekend; jewelry by Diana Paul; hand-dyed gifts and scarves by Emily Abello; and jewelry and paper gifts from Lori McConnell. On Saturday December 11, a separate set of artisans to present their work will be Georganne Alex …

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ExxonMobil Qatar and Qatar Museums announce sponsorship of new Dadu, Qatar Children’s Museum

[ad_1] ExxonMobil Qatar and Qatar Museums (QM) have entered into a sponsorship agreement for Dadu, the Children’s Museum of Qatar, with the signing of the company as a founding family member. QM Chairman HE Sheikha Al Mayassa bint Hamad bin Khalifa al-Thani, and ExxonMobil Qatar Chairman and CEO Dominic Genetti …

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