Monthly Archives: May 2022

Free Family Day at the Redwood Discovery Museum on June 5 (plus the new Benjamin Franklin exhibit)

This is a press release from KEET-TV: The Redwood Discovery Museum presents an exciting new exhibit, Benjamin Franklin-Inventionsopening on Sunday May 29 at noon with a FREE Family Day on Sunday June 5, 2022. Benjamin Franklin had the best sense of adventure and loved to expand his knowledge by actively …

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Corvette Museum Unveils Hot Wheels Exhibit | Company

All roads lead to Bowling Green as the National Corvette Museum recently opened Hot Wheels: Race to Win. This new family exhibit allows visitors to immerse themselves in the activities of three generations of Hot Wheels fans, according to a press release from the museum. The exhibit, which runs through …

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Maple Ridge Museum Offers Historic Guided Tours During Seniors’ Week – Maple Ridge News

Not everyone knows the history of Maple Ridge. Tours are offered this week of seniors so that residents learn a little more about the city in which they live. Erica Williams, president of the Maple Ridge Historical Society, hosts a tour of downtown Maple Ridge as well as a tour …

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Jim Beam column: Payday loan bill must be vetoed – American Press

Louisiana lawmakers have passed a payday loan bill that will only cause more debt problems for citizens who need the financial boost they can get elsewhere.metrocreativeconnection.com From time to time, Louisiana lawmakers have come to the aid of those who make so-called payday loans. Sen. Rick Ward, R-Port Allen, is …

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The Top 5 museum exhibitions to see in June

Tabish Khan the @LondonArtCritic chooses his favorite museums and institutional exhibitions in London. Each comes with a concise review to help you decide if it’s for you. Those looking for more exhibits should check out his top 5 for East London where all but one remain open. Kyosai: The Israel …

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Newcastle’s Discovery Museum launches project to explore themes of empire and migration

Tyne & Wear Archives & Museums has been awarded £17,000 for a new research project at the Discovery Museum in Newcastle to explore how themes of empire, migration and life in Britain are represented in collections of the museum. It will be led by a group of community representatives as …

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Annapolis Maritime Museum & Park Unveils New Mural by Local Artist

The Annapolis Maritime Museum & Park (AMM) has unveiled a one-of-a-kind new permanent mural inspired by the Chesapeake Bay on the exterior wall of the museum. The mural was painted by renowned local artist Cindy Fletcher-Holden and funded by the Maryland State Arts Council and the Art in Public Places …

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Chronicle: Road trip! San Diego Museum of Natural History’s New Exhibit Explores Beautiful Baja California

In the San Diego Museum of Natural History’s new “Expedition Baja” exhibit, the journey begins with 2,000 square feet of converted office space. Balboa Park Museum’s new permanent exhibit opened yesterday in a new gallery on the top floor of Nat. What was once six staff offices is now a …

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Roberson Museum Sheds Light on Pronunciation Debate

It’s been a topic of conversation for as long as I can remember, is the Roberson Museum pronounced Robe-erson or Rob-erson? I was once told that it was pronounced Robe-erson because Rob-erson was spelled with two Rs. So I call him Rob-erson ever since. Well the Roberson Museum did a …

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The Schiele Museum announces the next Block Party 2.0

An interactive playscape that lets kids build, reach and create will return to the Schiele Museum this summer. “Block Party was a big fan favorite in 2019, so we had to bring it back,” said Tony Pasour, head of interpretation at the museum. On Saturday, June 4, the Schiele Museum, …

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Bishop Bernard Alex: A Family Legacy from the Everson Museum

For the most part, a handful of places impact the trajectory of your life. For Everson’s newest trustee, Bishop Dr. H. Bernard Alex, the Everson is one of those places. As a child, Bernard had an insider’s view of the museum, exploring every inch of the IM Pei-designed building that …

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Reopening of the County Courthouse Museum on Saturday

PINEVILLE — The McDonald County Historical Society will reopen the Courthouse Museum for the season on Saturday. During the reopening celebration on Saturday, adults will take part in a scavenger hunt in the courthouse to be completed by going through each exhibit. Completed scavenger hunts will enter participants’ names into …

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The Rubin Museum Of Art Launches A Three-Part Initiative, The HIMALAYAN ART Project

The Rubin Museum of Art has announced the Himalayan Art Project, an ambitious three-part initiative to create resources for the inclusion of Himalayan, Tibetan, and Inner Asian art for teaching about Asia in higher education and other learning environments. The three integrated parts will include a publication of the first-ever …

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What is the Dubai Museum of the Future? – ARTnews.com

In one of the galleries of Dubai’s newly opened Museum of Future, near the start of its futuristic exhibits, sparkles in lavender-green neon the ancient Chinese proverb, written in three languages, Arabic, English and Mandarin: “Ancestors plant trees/descendants take advantage of the shade. The writing on the wall is clear …

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How to spot predatory lenders

Loan sharks are illegal moneylenders, often part of organized crime, who threaten and use violence to recover their money from borrowers. Although loan sharks are less prevalent with a drop in organized crime, vulnerable people are still victims of predatory lending. If borrowing money from loved ones isn’t an option, …

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FOP president wants painting removed from Cincinnati Museum of Art

CINCINNATI (WXIX) — A painting at the Cincinnati Art Museum is fueling debate because some say it crosses the line. The painting is part of the exhibition “Black and Brown Faces: Paying Homage to”. Titled “Mother Land Theme Park Black Panther Gift Shop”, it shows Winnie the Poo with his …

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The Recorder – Museum commemorates a Colrain resident’s role in the Boston Tea Party

COLRAIN — Nestled in the back corner of Chandler Hill Cemetery is an inconspicuous headstone marking the grave of David Lyons, the only known Franklin County resident to participate in the Boston Tea Party nearly 250 years ago. This headstone was marked with a memorial plaque Tuesday morning at a …

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HU science relic considered a ‘national treasure’ moves to Smithsonian Museum

Ryuzo Yanagimachi watches teams pack Cumulina for the Smithsonian. Nearly 24 years after its birth made international headlines, Cumulina, the first cloned mouse and the first cloned mammal in the United States, recently made the journey to its new home in the famed Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History in …

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The Data History Museum is reinventing museums by launching the world’s first collection of seismic artifacts powered by NFT

Built on the Algorand blockchain, the Data History Museum’s first series of historical NFT artifacts uses the US Geological Survey’s open API to create real-time assets from earthquakes around the world. Melbourne, Australia, May 23, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Data History Museuma ManufacturerX company, sold its Genesis Collectionincluding the world’s first …

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Former home of Herman Masur, now Masur Art Museum

The Masur Museum of Art houses the largest collection of visual arts exhibits in northeast Louisiana, but it was once home to two of Monroe’s most prominent families. The two-story Tudor Revival limestone building sits along a bend in the Ouachita River in one of the city’s oldest residential neighborhoods. …

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San Diego Museum’s ‘Keepers of the Culture’ Event Honors Local Black Artists Uplifting Community

Reflecting on how to honor the artistic and cultural work of community elders, the Board of Trustees of the Museum of African American Art in San Diego launched the “Guardians of the culture”. “(We) really wanted to do something for these people who helped keep black culture alive in San …

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Annual Chamisa Elementary School Wax Museum Project a Big Success – Los Alamos Reporter

Chamisa Primary School student Evelyn Stupka dressed up as Sacagawea for the annual wax museum event on Wednesday. Third and fourth grade teachers presented the event with third graders portraying famous people from around the world and fourth graders featuring famous people with a connection to New Mexico. Sacagawea was …

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Amelia Earhart’s Hometown of Atchison, Kansas to Host New Museum About Her Aviation Career | KCUR 89.3

As visitors enter a new Amelia Earhart Hangar museum, they will be greeted with computer-generated image (CGI) versions of the famous aviator. They will also have the chance to try their hand at physics and engineering problems that Earhart herself would have faced. The museum, slated to open in 2023, …

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Free admission for service members and their families this summer at the Museum of Wisconsin Art

West Bend, WI – The Wisconsin Art Museum (MOWA) announced it will join museums nationwide as part of the Blue Star Museums initiative, a program that provides free admission to currently serving U.S. service members and their families this summer. The 2022 program will begin on Armed Forces Day, Saturday, …

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The Martial Arts Museum offers stun rings

BURBANK, Calif. — A stun ring is a device Joe Bagtas is learning to use for the first time, something he hopes will scare off all attackers. “You never know where you’re going to be and even as a warning shot, maybe just run away,” he said. What do you …

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Strange New Worlds and More

marvel studios (The morning watch is a recurring feature that highlights a handful of notable videos from around the web. These can be video essays, fan-made productions, featurettes, short films, hilarious skits, or anything to do with our favorite movies and TV shows.) In this edition, the brave people of …

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Spizzler Reviews – Leading Earwax Removal Tool or Cheap Scam?

Since the ears play an important role in life, it is essential to keep them clean. The ear has three different parts. These parts include the outer, middle and inner, which convert sound into electrical impulses sent to the brain. The human ear protects itself with a natural waxy compound …

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The natural history museum will move a third of its collection to a multimillion-euro research center

The Natural History Museum, alongside the University of Reading, has revealed plans to develop a major new base for natural science research and international collaboration. The planned centre, still subject to planning permission, will be established at the University-owned and operated Thames Valley Science Park (TVSP), in the Borough of …

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For International Museum Day, here are 10 of our favorite cultural projects debuting in 2022 | News

The large museum commission is one of the most coveted types of projects for architects to pursue professionally. The past year alone has been further proof of this centuries-old ambition, with major stories from the cultural sector frequently adorning our pages, led by Herzog & de Meuron’s new M+ museum, …

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Have you visited Chicago’s most popular museum?

At Chicago’s most popular museum, each exhibit offers something different. Guests can leave the museum with a new knowledge of several cultures after a full day of exploration. According to a list compiled by Free time, the most popular museum in Chicago is the Field Museum. The Field Museum is …

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Quotes, wishes, messages, greetings, theme, meaning, etc.

International Museum Day 2022: Museums help preserve and promote our cultural heritage, are a good source of entertainment, and are a storehouse of ancient artifacts, sculptures, objects, history, etc. In addition, museums help in research and study; they are the main attraction for tourists and a good source of knowledge. …

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How Zirtue aims to take the stress out of relationship-based lending

Loans are an unfortunate pillar of the modern American economy. From the ever-increasing price of higher education, to bankrupting medical bills, to the high cost of starting a business, many citizens find themselves awash in debt at some point in their lives. The Zirtue Team This flood of debt is …

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Science Museum collaborates with Marvel, NHS, National Grid on new gallery

The Science Museum’s next gallery, Technicians: The David Sainsbury Gallery, is being created in collaboration with Marvel Studios, the NHS, National Grid and the University of Sheffield’s Center for Advanced Manufacturing Research. The four organizations will help create the interactive gallery which will be designed to demonstrate the vital but …

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You went to the Brooklyn Museum. But have you seen it like that?

Museums periodically reorganize the presentations of their permanent collections to refresh the visitor experience and attract the public. With a new show, which opened in February, the Brooklyn Museum has done just that — and more. The museum, which has a permanent collection of around 6,000 works of European art, …

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A sweet new exhibit opens in June at the NM Museum of Natural History and Science

Albuquerque, New Mexico – Brace yourself, Chocoholics: A new exhibit that explores every aspect of your favorite candy is coming to the New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science (NMMNHS) this summer. On June 17, the Museum will open the doors to “Chocolate: The Exhibition,” a traveling exhibition that …

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The Horgan government criticized the costly reconstruction of the Royal BC Museum

When BC’s tourism minister last week announced a new $789 million rebuild of the Royal BC Museum in Victoria, she took great pains to name everyone who will benefit from the change. “Today we are delivering on our promise to bring The People’s Museum into the 21st century,” Melanie Mark …

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What if you can’t pay the medical bills?

Are your medical bills and overdue notices piling up on your table? You might be tempted to throw them all away, but that won’t be the best solution. You can’t pretend your debt doesn’t exist even if you think you can’t afford to pay it back.About 61% of consumers with …

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Outside: Westmoreland Museum combines food and drink with an ‘artistic evening’

Bringing food or drink into a museum gallery is a major taboo. Imagine sticky fingerprints left on a priceless piece of art. The rules were broken on Saturday during An artistic evening at the Westmoreland Museum of American Art in Greensburg. The event highlighted that works of art come in …

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The MOSH Museum will be built on the site of the Jacksonville, Florida shipyards

A new MOSH museum has been announced for development on the 4 acres City-owned shipyard site located in downtown Jacksonville’s Northbank. The Museum of Science and History (MOSH) abandoned previous plans for its existing Southbank location, which involved building renovations and expansion, and opted instead to build a new 133,000-foot …

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Sherlock Holmes exhibit at the Frost Museum of Science transports aspiring detectives to 1880s London – WSVN 7News | Miami News, Weather, Sports

Sherlock Holmes is the most famous fictional detective of all time, but that doesn’t mean he can’t help you solve some of your own problems. A new exhibit at the Frost Museum of Science wants you to help solve a crime you hopefully didn’t commit. If you have a mystery… …

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At the New Museum, Faith Ringgold and Women in the Workforce

The Cut and the New Museum are teaming up for a series of lectures on the intersections of self, society and contemporary art, drawing inspiration from the museum’s upcoming exhibitions. This week’s inaugural live panel, led by Rebecca Traister, featured Isolde Brielmaier, Paola Ramos and Kimberly Drew. They discussed women, …

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Calico Ghost Diaries to Be Unveiled at Mojave River Valley Museum BBQ

The Mojave River Valley Museum approaches six decades in a corner of Barstow as a mainstay in the research and preservation of high desert history. And if that role isn’t enough, it’s also the provider of an annual bonanza of food and fun nearly as old as the museum itself. …

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The Botanical Garden dedicates a new museum and updates the garden

With the stroke of a red ribbon, a cheer and lots of smiles, State Botanical Garden of Georgia donors, faculty, and staff watched UGA leaders officially open the garden’s newest additions: the Museum of Porcelain and Decorative Arts, the Garden of Discovery and Inspiration, and the Main Entrance accessible. “The …

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Can you get a jobless loan? Here’s what you need to know

Getting a loan can help you in many ways when you are in a tough financial situation, however, for some getting a loan is not as easy as it is for others. Many people who need a loan cannot get a good deal because of their credit score or even …

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The Bruce Museum announces the donation of works on paper by Picasso and Matisse

GREENWICH, Connecticut — The Bruce Museum has announced a large pledged donation of two exceptional works on paper by Pablo Picasso and Henri Matisse by William L. Richter, Greenwich resident and longtime supporter of the Bruce Museum. by Picasso Bouquet of flowers (1909-10) and Matisse self-portrait (1944) will go on …

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Yashua Klos at Hamilton College Wellin Museum explores family

The first impression of Yashua Klos’ work is that of scale. Entering Klos’s exhibit, “Our Labour,” at Hamilton College’s Wellin Museum of Art through June 12, the eponymous piece dominates the space. A tribute to Diego Rivera’s ‘Detroit Industry Murals’, ‘Our Labour’ dominates the view as you enter the exhibit, …

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The Heritage Museum of La Vernia welcomes the association of former students of LV in a new exhibition

By [email protected] | on May 11, 2022 By Elaine M. Stephens HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION LA VERNIALa Vernia High School alumnus Jennifer Kneupper Millar points out memories to fellow alumni Lindsey Stephens and Emilie Downey at the ‘Spirit & Sports’ exhibit at the La Vernia Heritage Museum during the Pick …

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What are the different types of personal loans?

No one wants to be in a position where they have to rely on a loan to help them out financially, but we all have to accept that we may end up in that position eventually. Personal loans are one of the most common types of loans that people end …

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Science lessons for kids at the Chicago History Museum’s City on Fire exhibit

Who started the Great Chicago Fire – Peg Leg Sullivan or Mrs. O’Leary? We can debate it until the cows come home. But one thing we can’t argue with is the science behind the fire. What made Chicago the perfect storm for this disastrous event? The Chicago History Museum‘s City …

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The Hunterdon Art Museum opens its spring exhibitions on Sunday May 15 | Hunterdon Review News

The Hunterdon Art Museum will hold an opening reception for its spring exhibitions from 2-4 p.m. on Sunday, May 15 at the museum at 7 Lower Center St. All are invited to attend an opening reception for the museum’s spring exhibitions, including Maxwell Mustardo: “Dish-Oriented” and Rina Banerjee: “Blemish, In …

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Kern County Museum needs a little more ‘horsepower’ to bring in two summer fellows | News

Kern County Museum Executive Director Mike McCoy has another huge project coming up on schedule – and he’s in desperate need of tech help. “Everyone thinks Bakersfield Sound was a big project, and it was a big project,” he said. “But this Native American exhibit is going to be really …

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Murals by the Lewes artist adorn the interior of the Delaware Agricultural Museum

Spring is a time of renewal and growth. Nowhere is this more evident than at the Delaware Agricultural Museum and Village, a private, nonprofit museum that represents Delaware’s largest and most important industry and serves as an interpretive center for life in the 19th century. century in rural Delaware communities. …

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Los Lobos concert raises funds for Riverside Chicano Art Museum – Press Enterprise

Los Lobos rocked the Riverside Municipal Auditorium on Saturday night, May 7, while raising funds to support a Chicano art museum opening next month in downtown Riverside. The concert benefited the Cheech Marin Center for Chicano Art & Culture, which opens June 18 in the renovated 61,420-square-foot building that once …

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Hagley Museum and Library rebuilt after flood, has full list of programs

Since March 2020, museums around the world have been remarkably resilient in responding to ever-changing circumstances. Hagley Museum and Library is no exception. As public spaces began to reopen in 2021, Hagley was on course for a banner year. In September, the groundbreaking new “Nation of Inventors” exhibit, featuring more …

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After struggles, public Elgin museum begins to thrive with more programs, visitors, supporters, says director – Chicago Tribune

Longtime residents of Elgin will remember field trips to the Elgin Public Museum of Natural History and Anthropology, exploring George and Mary Lord’s private natural history collection, including a three-legged calf heads and the huge Ice Age Irish elk hanging near the entrance. A few years ago, we wondered if …

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QuickQuid and Pounds to Pocket borrowers receive payment news

Borrowers who were wrongly sold loans they couldn’t afford by two companies that went bankrupt will get a little more back than they expected. Around 78,500 QuickQuid and Pounds to Pocket borrowers will be reimbursed some of the interest and fees charged to them at a rate of 53.5p for …

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Moscow museum chronicles NATO ‘cruelty’ amid Ukraine campaign

Moscow (AFP) – Paintings of wounded children and grieving women line the walls, while loudspeakers spit out the sound of approaching warplanes. Welcome to a Moscow exhibit depicting NATO “crimes” amid the Russian military campaign in Ukraine. “NATO. A Chronicle of Cruelty” opened at the Museum of Contemporary Russian History …

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Evacuation orders in Jurupa Valley brush fire lifted

JURUPA VALLEY, Calif. (CNS) – Evacuation orders from the Jurupa Mountains Discovery Center prompted by a 60-acre bushfire were lifted Friday afternoon. #PyriteFire [UPDATE] 3:30 p.m. – Evacuation orders and warnings were lifted at the time. Please exercise caution in the area of ​​the fire as firefighters continue to work …

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The Flavel House Museum is Hosting a Free Weekend of Old-Fashioned Games and Fun May 14-15 | Community

The Flavel House Museum is hosting a free “Old Fashioned Fun & Games” event for the whole family on the lawn of the Flavel House Museum on Saturday and Sunday, May 14 and 15, from 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. each day. Looking for a way to get kids outside …

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The renovated room of the Natural History Museum houses treasures and pain

Crafted from wood, iron, plant fibers and animal sinews, the model of 10 men paddling a canoe would strike most viewers as a beautiful object. But for Haa’yuups, head of the Takiishtakamlthat-h house of the Huupa’chesat-h First Nation on Vancouver Island, Canada, it also holds mystical power. A spiritual canoe, …

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Carnegie Museum of Natural History Announces Upcoming Events | Local

The Carnegie Museum of Natural History in Pittsburgh is hosting a number of family and adult-only events at the museum in the coming weeks. n Revenge of the Fifth: Star Wars Trivia Night from 6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Thursday, May 5. Compete with other “Star Wars” moviegoers for the …

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Denver Art Museum’s New Exhibit Explores the Work of Mexican Fashion Designer Carla Fernandez

Contemporary fashion and ancient tradition have merged to create a new vision of the fashion world in Carla Fernández Casa de Moda: A Mexican Fashion Manifesto to Denver Art Museum. This exhibition is the first to fully examine the work of Mexican luxury fashion designer, Carla Fernández. The exhibit premiered …

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Boise Science Museum prepares for complete overhaul, launches fundraising campaign

The Discovery Center of Idaho just announced plans to raise $10 million through a new fundraising campaignwith an all-new look and expansion of the downtown Boise Science Museum. The future “Reimagined Discovery Center”, as the association calls it, will be able to welcome more than 150,000 visitors each year. Currently, …

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Possible Finance launches new products to help underserved consumers improve their financial health

$20 million in equity financing and new executive hires will support continued growth SEATTLE, May 3, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Possible Finance (Possible), the mission-driven fintech company providing life-changing financial services to underserved consumers, today announced a new $20 million in equity financing, hiring key executives and launching their new credit …

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Permanent closure of the Rhode Island Museum of Art and Science; Education outreach program absorbed by Rhode Island Computer Museum

The Rhode Island Museum of Science and Art (RIMOSA) announced today that it will close on Westminster Street in Providence on June 1, 2022 and that its educational outreach program will be absorbed into the Rhode Island Computer Museum (RICM). Founded in 2010, RIMOSA’s mission has been to spark curiosity …

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Stroll through the Cincinnati Art Museum’s new wellness garden

A BREATH OF FRESH AIR FOR ONE OF CINCINNATI’S MOST HISTORIC LANDMARKS. IT’S OPEN IT SUNBURY, ‘RED, IT’S ALL GOOD ABOUT THE ARTS. THE CINCINNATI MUSEUMS ART CLIMB OFFICIALLY OPENED TODAY AS OUR MUSEUM’S VISION WAS BUILT ON PUBLIC ACCESS TO EQUAL TRANSIT AND CREATING GREAT NEIGHBORHOODS AROUND THE MUSEUM. …

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National Civil Rights Museum Opens Smithsonian Traveling Exhibit on the History of the Poor… |

Memphis, TN, May 02, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The National Civil Rights Museum, an affiliate of the Smithsonian, will kick off the nationwide tour of Solidarity Now! 1968 Exhibition of the campaign of the poor on May 14. The Smithsonian exhibit explores the little-known history of the multicultural movement to …

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Bringing Shaker Legacy to Life with a New Museum and Event Space

Carol Reichert was knee-deep in abandoned tree branches on her new property, between Darrow School and the Message House on Darrow Road in New Lebanon, when she came across an incredible find. She recalls: “I started snooping around, clearing brush and I saw rocks. I moved more brush and there …

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daji lad museum: Mumbai: the 150-year-old Bhau Daji Lad museum revisits history | Bombay News

To see the Victoria and Albert Museum in the 19th century, it wasn’t always necessary to spend 30 days on a steamer to London. Board the local steam train for Byculla and enter a refreshing non-Gothic building featuring Queen Victoria’s crest on its large windows, the statue of Prince Albert …

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