Monthly Archives: March 2022

New MSU Museum Galleries Focus on Faculty and Student Research | MSUToday

Two new galleries in the MSU Museum are dedicated to student and faculty research at MSU. Exhibits in The Sandbox gallery will highlight more experimental exhibits while the New Horizons space will feature National Science Foundation Broader Impacts research, art-science residencies and a rotation of other student and faculty research …

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Mary Hoard Art Show returns to the Hoard Museum | Fort Atkinson

The Mary Hoard Art Show returns to the Hoard Historical Museum in Fort Atkinson for its 60th year after a two-year hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Bob Hase, who helped help Mary Hoard create the first art exhibit in 1961, said the return of the exhibit is important for …

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$50,000 donation to Lytton Chinese History Museum brings hope

Members of the Chinese community in British Columbia have donated $51,500 to help rebuild the Lytton Chinese History Museum, which was destroyed in the wildfires that ravaged much of the village on last summer. “These funds will help us in a very concrete way to rebuild an important testimony of …

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Milwaukee Museum Launches HO Scale Layout

The HO scale Milwaukee Road Everett Street Station sits at the heart of Discovery World’s “All Aboard” layout. Opening of the Milwaukee Museum HO scale layout: “All Aboard” is the name of a 10 x 35 foot HO scale model railroad at Discovery World, a family science and technology museum …

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Warhol Screen Tests: Evocative Short Films Arrive at the Currier Museum

Warhol’s work predicts selfie and social media Manchester – The exhibition Warhol Screen Tests will present twenty short films by Andy Warhol (1928-1987) that embody the artist’s fascination with fame and performance. In the mid-1960s, Andy Warhol made hundreds of short films (Screen Tests) of friends and acquaintances who visited …

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The historic museum and library are set to reopen after a £360,000 renovation project

The museum and library in historic WARRINGTON town center is set to reopen next month after a £360,000 renovation involving major roofing work, which will protect the cultural and educational center for generations to come. One of Warrington’s most iconic buildings and cultural centres, on the corner of Bold Street …

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Dinosaur Museum Gives Quilpie Tourism a Giant Lift | Queensland country life

The opening of the first stage of the Eromanga Natural History Museum 12 months ago helped the facility and Quilpie County record a record tourist season last year. Museum director Robyn Mackenzie, speaking at the official opening last week, said the first stage of the museum’s construction had given the …

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A Space Race at the Riverfront Museum

PEORIA, Ill. (WMBD) — The Peoria Riverfront Museum hosted its 22nd annual Interplanetary 5K Race on Saturday. According to curator of science and director of the planetarium, Renae Kerrigan, less than 200 participants of all ages were able to follow the routes of interplanetary explorers through the solar system. “Runners …

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Ukraine launches NFT’s ‘War Museum’ as part of Crypto campaign to fund war effort

Ukraine has extended its growing cryptocurrency push to fund its armed forces with the auction of non-fungible tokens (NFTs) in a project chronicling the Russian invasion through art. The digital images included in the Meta History: Museum of War collection detail every day’s aspects of the conflict which has entered …

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More To The Story: 6th Cavalry Museum Goes Digital

Now people from all over the world can see history at the Fort. Oglethorpe Museum FORT OGLETHORPE, Ga. (WDEF) – The 6th Cavalry Museum at Fort Oglethrope opened in 1981. Until this week, there was no virtual experience AT the museum. But when Lafayette Middle School students walked through the …

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The NCMC will host the traveling Henriette Lacks Museum

PETOSKEY — North Central Michigan College will host a one-day pop-up museum that combines history and science while asking questions about medical breakthroughs and patient consent. The Traveling Henrietta Lacks Museum will be open to the public from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Tuesday, April 5 at the NCMC …

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‘Stan the T. rex’ finds its home at the Abu Dhabi Museum of Natural History

Stan the Tyrannosaurus Courtesy of Abu Dhabi Department of Culture and Tourism Text size The famous ‘Stan’, a 39-foot-long Tyrannosaurus rex skeleton that sold at a Christie’s auction in New York for a record US$31.8 million in October 2020, will be on display at the Abu Dhabi Museum of Natural …

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Megadealer Ivor Braka sued by artist collection companies – Mariupol museum leveled

Art dealer Ivor Braka is being sued by artists’ resale rights groups for failing to pay royalties to living artists or their estates. The Artists’ Collecting Society (ACS) and the Design and Artists Copyright Society (DACS) have both challenged the merchant in a rare court case. The lawsuit is expected …

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Top 5 Tips for Becoming a Successful Stock Trader

Anyone can become a trader, but a successful trader takes hard work and effort. Keep in mind that many people want to enter the ranks of master traders and earn the kind of money that goes with it. A good education in fundamental economics, financial markets and technical analysis are …

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The last chance to get vaccinated at the American Museum of Natural History is March 31.

When Covid vaccines became widely available last year, major US landmarks seemed to turn into mass vaccination sites overnight, from the Indianapolis Motor Speedway to Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles. One such site in New York was the American Museum of Natural History, where residents lined up for Covid bites …

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Immersive Dinosphere at the Children’s Museum of Indianapolis

Take a look inside the Dinosphere inside the Children’s Museum of Indianapolis. The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis has so much to offer Indiana families. You could spend the whole day there and probably not discover everything in the museum. However, there is an immersive exhibit inside the Children’s Museum of …

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Workers trade staggering amounts of data for ‘payday loans’

Argyle CEO Shmulik Fishman said the company can coach lenders on factors such as consistency of work and upward trajectory. “Does your job title move up every six months? These are signs of a good worker and one you might want to take another look at,” he says. Reputation markers, …

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Museum and park partners prepare science-themed series for ‘big kids’

Starting in April, the Mid-America Science Museum, in conjunction with the Friends of Hot Springs National Park and Superior Bathhouse Brewery, will offer “big kids” the chance to learn about science in a national park while enjoying a cold infusion. The inaugural event, “Ferment-To-Be”, a beer-making conference, will take place …

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Party in the Park returns to the Mint Museum – WSOC TV

CHARLOTTE — The Currency Museum’s series of outdoor family events is back. The second annual Party in the Park series kicks off Sunday at the Mint Museum Randolph and runs from 1-5 p.m. on the last Sunday of each month through November. [ ALSO READ: Dolly, Tina, MJ highlight Blumenthal’s 2022-2023 …

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The National WWII Museum Announces Memory Wars: World War II at 75 and Beyond Virtual Conference

Photo: ww2conference.com NEW ORLEANS (press release) – The National WWII Museum announces Memory Wars: WWII at 75 and Beyond conference, a one-of-a-kind virtual event taking place March 24-26 that will examine the place of World War II in public memory and how historians, filmmakers, media, memorials and museums are helping …

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The invisible archives of Idi Amin

During his eight years as President of Uganda, Idi Amin was the subject of hundreds of thousands of photographs. A team of photographers from the Ministry of Information followed Amin everywhere, taking pictures of the many occasions when he appeared in front of the public. For decades, the photographs taken …

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9 Types of Personal Loans to Meet Your Needs

Unsecured Personal Loans An unsecured personal loan is not secured by any collateral. Therefore, unsecured loans pose a higher risk to financial lenders. Lenders generally require a higher credit score to qualify for an unsecured loan. Common examples are credit cards and payday loans. Here are more types of unsecured …

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LETTER: The floating museum “a great opportunity” for the Cape Breton Regional Municipality

Subject: “Scientific vessel could set course for Sydney”, Cape Breton Post, 15 March. Hats off to Vince MacLean for spotting a great opportunity for Cape Breton and the Cape Breton Regional Municipality (CBRM). Maclean suggests repurposing the Canadian Coast Guard vessel Hudson, a recently decommissioned scientific research vessel, as a …

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Norway’s £500m national museum to open after eight years of wait | Norway

From its “grey box” appearance and exorbitant price tag to lengthy construction delays, Norway’s new national museum has kept critics busy. Located on Oslo’s western waterfront, the £500million museum will be the largest in the Nordic region when it opens on June 11. Yet its director, Karin Hindsbo, felt contrite …

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Natural History Museum becomes UK’s most popular indoor attraction

According to information provided by the Association of Leading Visitor Attractions (ALVA), the Natural History Museum became the most visited museum in the UK last year, achieving a 21% increase in attendance. It achieved this despite being closed for five months in 2021 due to the coronavirus pandemic. “I couldn’t …

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Muncie Children’s Museum to Add New Exhibits — Muncie Journal

By Juli Metzger— MUNCIE, IN— The Muncie Children’s Museum’s first fundraising campaign in more than 25 years will expand some of its longstanding exhibits, while strengthening its endowment and securing a future for the next generation. The $3 million “More to Explore” fundraising initiative will support intentionally designed spaces that …

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Denver Art Museum Features Local Student Artists

The Scholastic Art Showcase gives Colorado’s top young artists the chance to inspire other students across the state. DENVER — The Denver Art Museum (DAM) houses works of art created by some of the most famous artists in history. Now it also exhibits paintings, drawings and sculptures by artists you …

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Little Falls Museum Hosting Historical Reenactment of the Fur Trade

LITTLE FALLS — You can learn more about life in Minnesota during the fur trade era at an event hosted by the Morrison County Historical Society this weekend. Historical reconstitution Joel Brown will present “Bonga: A Fur Trade Family Saga” at the Charles A. Weyerhaeuser Memorial Museum in Little Falls. …

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City Expands STAR Bond District for Museum of Art and Light | News

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Santa Barbara Maritime Museum Appoints Jesse Baker-Lorelli Director of Guest Services | Homes and lifestyle

Posted on March 15, 2022 | 5:57 p.m. Jesse Baker Lorelli Jesse Baker-Lorelli has been promoted to Manager of Guest Services at the Santa Barbara Maritime Museum (SBMM), effective March 16. Baker-Lorelli served as the SBMM Volunteer Coordinator, supervising museum volunteers, coordinating excursions, tours and science nights at the museum. …

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US museum donors among Biden appointees to arts committee – ARTnews.com

Museum donors and private business owners with ties to the cultural sector across the country are among 14 people nominated by Joe Biden to serve on the President’s Advisory Committee on the Arts (PACA), a council formed in 1958 which gives advice on programming the Kennedy. Center in Washington, D.C. …

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Spy museum celebrates Harriet Tubman’s 200th birthday

“Who would have guessed?” from the International Spy Museum the exhibit features Harriet Tubman. Photograph by Taylor Mickal. The International Spy Museum will celebrate the 200th anniversary of Harriet Tubman’s birth with a virtual lecture at noon on Wednesday. If you’re thinking “Wait, the spy museum?” the event could be …

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Shackleton Museum in Kildare says it will house all newly discovered Endurance artefacts

The curator of the Shackleton Museum in Athy said he would welcome any newly discovered Endurance artifacts. Margaret Walsh made these comments while addressing the Chief. She also revealed that Shackleton’s Quest Cabin is nearing its final stage of conversation work, in time for the new Shackleton Museum to open …

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The Natural History Museum celebrates Mars Day 2022

Museum scientists regularly work in space exploration and Mars research with NASA and colleagues from the European Space Agency. Ongoing projects including collaboration with NASA on the Mars 2020 Perseverance Rover and ESA’s ExoMars mission using our world renowned meteorite collection. Professor Caroline Smith, Head of Earth Science Collections and …

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Lewiston and Auburn Libraries to Co-Host Program with Bad Art Museum

Lewiston and Auburn Public Libraries plan to co-host the Museum Of Bad Art with a virtual “Tough Times – From Have a Bad Day to Dystopian Apocalypse” program. This free public broadcast will take place on Zoom from 5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. on Monday, March 21. In this presentation, …

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Met Museum appoints Mexico City architect to lead major new project

Mexican architect Frida Escobedo, who at 38 was the youngest architect to design the Serpentine Pavilion in 2018, has been selected to design the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s new $500 million modern and contemporary art wing. the museum announced on Sunday. “This is a very large order,” museum director Max …

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OKC Art Museum Anniversary Brings Free Admission, Dale Chihuly Art

Michael Anderson was out of town on March 16, 2002, when the The Oklahoma City Museum of Art has opened its new home downtown to the public. But as the CEO of the museumhe knows how monumental this move was. “It was completely transformative. The Oklahoma City Museum of Art …

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Royal Saskatchewan. Museum studying the adaptation of Great Horned Owls to human-modified landscapes

Links to the breadcrumb Local News “It’s a unique animal that has been able to persist and even thrive in a landscape that has been really, really altered.” Ryan Fisher, curator at the Royal Saskatchewan Museum, is working on a research project on Great Horned Owls in Saskatchewan. Photo by …

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The British Museum presents “The World of Stonehenge” without Stonehenge

What is that? How did it come to this? No matter what archeology discovers, the iconic range of 13-foot-tall, 25-ton stone blocks called Stonehenge continues to mystify. They say it was a temple built four or five thousand years ago. But who were the faithful, and how did they transport …

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Museum of Underwater Art sculptures unveiled ahead of Great Barrier Reef dive site

Concrete sculptures that will soon be submerged on the Great Barrier Reef have arrived in North Queensland as part of the award-winning Underwater Art Museum. Key points: The public dive site should be installed on Magnetic Island in the middle of the year The sculptures were modeled by leading marine …

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MoneyMutual Review – Reliable Loan Company Worth Using Or Not?

Sometimes you may need a decent amount of money, and you may not have it on you, so what do you do if you are stuck in a situation like this? MoneyMutual is an online lending company that offers payday loans. MoneyMutual lets you borrow loans from $200 to $5,000; …

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Vaughn Palmer: Museum ‘modernization’ lacks plans or timeline

Breadcrumb Links Politics Opinion Columnists Opinion: Words matter, says Minister Melanie Marks in exchange for the word “decolonization”. How about “half-baked?” Publication date : March 10, 2022 • 19 hours ago • 4 minute read • 7 comments Tourism Minister Melanie Mark. Photo by NICK PROCAYLO /PNG Content of the …

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Museum adds art to pollinator garden

By Sara ThompsonSpecial for business Last weekend, Explorit partnered with the UC Davis Art Fusion class to create a ceramic mosaic mural for the new Explorit Pollinator Garden. The families were helped by UCD and community artists to create bees, butterflies and flowers to add to the artwork. Families participating …

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What is it, why is it important

Black Players for Change formed in response to nationwide protests following the 2020 police killing of George Floyd. An independent organization of over 170 Major League Soccer players, coaches and staff, the BPC aims to “close the racial equality gap”. in American society. On Thursday, MLS announced one of the …

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Being Curator of Discovery | National Air and Space Museum

A few months before the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, I took charge of one of the Smithsonian’s five most iconic artifacts: the space shuttle. Discovery (the other four, for me, being those adorable pandas from the zoo, Dorothy’s sparkly slippers at American History, a huge blue diamond, and maybe …

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MoneyMutual Review: The Leading Payday Loan Company to Use?

And if you had an emergency today – your car broke down, you ended up in the hospital, an unexpected house repair, anything could happen. Do you have an emergency fund to help cover unexpected expenses, or will you have to rely on family, friends or, even worse, a credit …

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New Mexico Space History Museum takes ownership of Clyde Tombaugh Center

The New Mexico Museum of Space History announced last week that the transfer of the Clyde W. Tombaugh Science Education Center was completed in January. The Tombaugh Center was previously owned and operated by New Mexico-Alamogordo State University. The transfer of the Tombaugh Center was approved by the New Mexico …

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The Southeast Texas Art Museum presents its 2022 protege.

Besides being an art contest, it was a career development opportunity. BEAUMONT, Texas — The Protege Competition and Exhibit held its 36th annual art competition Tuesday night at the Museum of Art of Southeast Texas. This is a contest and exhibit featuring 12th grade performers from Southeast Texas. Besides being …

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Bomb Squad defuses Civil War artillery shell found at Natick History Museum

the Natick Historical Society has discovered all sorts of treasures as he prepares for the eventual reopening of his museum in the basement of the Bacon Free Library. The discovery at the end of last week of a Civil War artillery shell in his collection required special attention. The Bomb …

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The new cooking museum in Rome

Other displays held books. I stopped in front of an illustration to look at pieces of meat being cooked over high heat in a 16th-century rotisserie; in the photo beside, Italian men were seated at a banquet table, eating. These sketches adorn the cover of one of the oldest cookbooks …

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The most common consumer frauds and how to avoid them

Beware of charity scams in Ukraine 10 hours ago Congressman Welch calls for more benefits for veterans 10 hours ago The Red Cross grapples with a national blood crisis 12 hours ago Last week’s piling on I-89 ‘probably the biggest engine… 3 days ago The “Vermont Beardies” contest helps raise …

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Museum director Servis finds her calling in bringing history to life

On her first day working for the Jacksonville Area Museum and the MacMurray Foundation, McKenna Servis discovered an original signature of one of the most influential Americans of the 20th century. “I was given a MacMurray student’s collection to process, and that included her weekly letters to her parents,” Servis …

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Johnson Museum of Art, closed to field trips, continues to educate children

While the past two years of virtual and blended learning have been unusual and empowering for students across the country, Carol Hockett, Hinsta Family Director of School and Family Programs at the Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art in India Cornell University, was determined to expand the classroom experience for …

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Biba Mes CHamoru: Guam Museum | Way of life

Editor’s Note: In celebration of My CHamoru, the Pacific Daily News is partnering with the Guam Museum to share historical and cultural artifacts and images from the museum’s archives and collections. The information and photo below are courtesy of Dr. Michael Bevacqua, curator at the Guam Museum. It was 50 …

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The Grove Museum’s new director, Amanda Hamon, prepares for Grove Day

The Grove Museum’s new executive director, Amanda Hamon, has worked in museums for more than 20 years. As the museum prepares to celebrate its fifth anniversary with Grove Day 2022 on Saturday March 12, Hamon is ready to open a new chapter of community engagement and partnerships. “I see museums …

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SLO Art Museum mural displays black fictional history Calafia’

A new mural at the San Luis Obispo Museum of Art wrapped around all four walls of the building shines a light on a fictional black warrior queen and the unrecorded histories of black Americans in the West. The mural, titled “Calafia Was Here,” by Erin LeAnn Mitchell, is the …

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Campbell Arms Museum veteran now runs McKinley Memorial Museum | News, Sports, Jobs

Belinda Weiss de Campbell is the new director of the William McKinley Birthplace Museum in Niles. She previously worked for the Arms Family Museum in Youngstown Weiss is a history buff and teaches at Kent State University, Campbell resident Belinda Weiss, who spent many years at …

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National Air and Space Museum’s “AirSpace” Launches Limited Series of “QueerSpace” Podcasts

The Smithsonian’s National Air and Space Museum has launched “QueerSpace,” a limited series of its “AirSpace” podcast focusing on stories at the intersection of aviation, space, and queer identity. Episodes will explore LGBTQ+ history and culture through an aerospace lens, highlighting how queer culture has shaped the past and future …

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First Fridays Return to the Natural History Museum – NBC Los Angeles

What there is to know Friday March 4 $20; free for NHMLA members Talks, cocktails, DJ music, gallery fun, more Plants? Humans have lived around and among them since, well, always. But green, leafy, fragrant, waxy, and flowery specimens have been undeniably at the forefront of recent trends over the …

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VAC Foundation and Pushkin Museum officials resign in protest against war – ARTnews.com

Following Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, Putin-affiliated trustees of international museums resigned, blockbuster exhibitions were suspended, and preparations for both countries’ Venice Biennale pavilions came to a halt. This week, it also became clear that the war would have a significant impact on Russia’s art scene, as two heads of the …

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Museum of Tolerance webinar with OECD panelists to discuss book on OC’s landmark case of school desegregation – OECD Newsroom

The Museum of Tolerance is hosting a webinar for educators on Wednesday, March 9 with author Janice Munemitsu, whose new book documents the bond between two local families during the legal fight to desegregate schools in Orange County. “The Kindness of Color: A Foundational Story in the History of Segregation …

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Winner Sonia of the Cleveland Museum of Natural History: Boss Ladies

With Winner at the helm, the museum is building new spaces — but also a more engaging way to tell the story of scientific discovery. CLEVELAND— “A boss is someone who boldly chooses her own direction. She gets things done, she often deviates from the conventional path and blazes her …

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Jacques-Louis David at the Metropolitan Museum — a French revolution in art

“The Oath of the Horatii” by Jacques Louis David (1784-1785) © RMN-Grand Palais/Art Resource, NY; photo: Michel Urtado Jacques-Louis David’s roller-coaster life has taken him from the depths of obscurity to the shaky heights of power. Nourished on conventional academic style, he achieved a radical aesthetic, abandoning rococo flourishes for …

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Buffalo History Museum Schedules EC200 Coin Swap Days

Tue March 1, 2022 2:20 p.m. In conjunction with the Erie County Bicentennial Committee (EC200), the Buffalo Museum of History will be hosting EC200 Coin Swapping Days from March 2 through April 2. The pieces feature the EC200 logo on one side and Old County Hall on the other, inspired …

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The Grand Egyptian Museum in Cairo is 99% ready as designers promise a ‘theatrical’ gallery of Tutankhamun

Twenty years after the late Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak laid its foundation stone, the Grand Egyptian Museum (GEM) is nearing completion. A press release issued by the Egyptian Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities on February 7 gave eerily precise percentages to indicate progress. While 100% of the structural work, including …

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Is applying for a car title loan a good idea?

If you’re strapped for cash and want to earn money using your car, a car title loan is one way to do it. A car title loan is when you put up your car title as collateral in exchange for a small loan of money. When the loan is paid …

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