Monthly Archives: November 2022

Glass Museum marks 20 years of art in Tacoma

The fires are still burning at the Glass Museum. For the past two decades, orange-hot molten glass has kept glassblowers busy and audiences captivated inside the museum’s tilted cone. Twenty years have passed since this cone became an instant icon for Tacoma when the museum opened. The creation of the …

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Hundreds of ancient gold coins stolen from German museum in less than 10 minutes, officials say

BERLIN (AP) — Thieves who broke into a southern German museum and stole hundreds of ancient gold coins walked in and out in nine minutes without raising the alarm, officials said Wednesday, a sign further that the robbery was the work of organized criminals. Police have launched an international hunt …

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Dinosaurs all lit up for the Mid-America Science Museum’s annual holiday light show

With Thanksgiving right around the corner, the Mid-America Science Museum is bringing back one of the holiday’s most popular children’s events – Dino-Lites. Started five years ago after a suggestion by Hot Springs Mayor Pat McCabe, the most terrifying Christmas light show of the year opens Friday, November 25 at …

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Art Museum Celebrates Student Artists with Student Response Exhibit Awards

Three student artists received cash prizes for their submissions to the 2022 Student Response exhibition, an annual showcase of student art, during a ceremony at the Miami University Art Museum on Wednesday, November 9. Cassady Edwards, Olivia De Leon and Kayla Becker placed first, second and third respectively for their …

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Montclair Art Museum Presents vanessa german:…please imagine all the things i can’t say…

NEW | FEATURES | PREVIEWS | EVENTS originally published: 11/21/2022 (MONTCLAIR, NJ) — The Montclair Art Museum (MAM) presents a new exhibition opening in February 2023 featuring the work of vanessa german (b. 1976) titled …please imagine all the things I can’t say… The exhibition runs from February 11, 2023 …

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Meet Portland Art Museum Venues’ First Black Restoration Partner

This black chef adds a lot of finger-licking flavor to the menu. Cooking With B. Love, a food company founded by a Portland native Brittany Lovewas announced as the new exclusive catering partner for Portland Art Museum Venues (PAM). According Koin 6 News, CBS, the Saturday, November 12 announcement declared …

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The Guggenheim Museum Bilbao celebrates its 25th anniversary with a projection-mapping show

The Guggenheim Museum Bilbao has announced that from Monday, November 21, members of the public will be able to reserve tickets for Immersions, a free, large-scale light mapping, sound and projection show designed as the grand finale of the celebrations of the 25th anniversary of the Museum. This immersive experience …

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The Children’s Discovery Museum will host a Covid-19 vaccination clinic and offer free entry

The San Jose Children’s Discovery Museum will host a COVID-19 vaccination clinic on Sunday, offering free admission to every family with a child or adult who gets vaccinated. The clinic is open to anyone aged 6 months and over and will offer a first, second and booster dose of the …

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Smithsonian African American Museum pays homage to Chadwick Boseman’s Black Panther costume in new exhibit

By Stacy M. Brown, NNPA Newswire Senior National [email protected] A new exhibit debuting next spring at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of African American History and Culture (NMAAHC) will celebrate Chadwick Boseman’s Black Panther hero costume. “Afrofuturism: A History of Black Futures,” opens March 24, 2023, and features the late actor’s …

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JAMA Advocates for Reinstatement of Monthly Child Tax Credit Payments

Image source: Getty Images Congress will have to turn a blind eye to reality if it refuses to reinstate monthly child tax credit payments. Key points In six months, the expansion of the child tax credit lifted 3.7 million children out of poverty. The month after the child tax credit …

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Weisman Art Museum receives nearly $240,000 grant for Indigenous reconciliation project

The Weisman Art Museum at the University of Minnesota won a $239,912 grant from the Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS), part of the agency’s Museums for America program. It is one of 120 organizations to receive this award. “University art museums like WAM occupy a unique space in …

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The WV Mine Wars Museum will close the 2022 season | New

MATEWAN, W.Va. — The West Virginia Mine Wars Museum will wrap up its eighth season on Saturday, Nov. 19. The last days of the 2022 season will be 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Wednesday to Saturday, November 16 to 19. Suggested admission is $5-$10 per person. The museum will always …

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Children’s Museum reopens in Carson City with new exhibits

Rebecca Hall was hired as director of the Children’s Museum of Northern Nevada. The Children’s Museum of Northern Nevada in Carson City has reopened under new management with a focus on Nevada fossils and research. “I have worked hard over the past two months to confidently welcome our community through …

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About 500 schoolchildren visit Rajasthan Assembly Digital Museum on Children’s Day

Around 500 school children visited the new digital museum at the Rajasthan Assembly premises on Children’s Day on Monday. The work of the assembly, the administrative system, democracy, and the lives of public officials and political leaders have been depicted through photographs, videos, and other advanced technologies in the …

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The Natural History Museum inaugurates an exhibition on Cambodian dance

Every Sunday at the Cambodian Community Temple in Utah, dancers practice ancient dance moves. (Jeffrey Dahdah, KSL-TV) Estimated reading time: 4-5 minutes WEST VALLEY — Every Sunday at the Cambodian Community Temple in Utah, dancers practice ancient dance moves. “It’s not just a dance,” said Londa Leung, who has been …

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The Ötzi-museum does not believe that there are so many ice mummies in the world

A new study on Ötzi the Iceman, published earlier this week, claimed that while Ötzi is an exceptional find, the circumstances of the discovery and the preservation of his body are not. A series of miracles is not necessary to explain Ötzi’s case, glacier archaeologist Lars Pilø told sciencenorway.no. “Ötzi …

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Mississippi Museum of Art and Baltimore Museum of Art Announce National Tour of One Movement in All Directions

Today, the Mississippi Museum of Art (MMA) and the Baltimore Museum of Art (BMA), co-organizers of A Movement in Every Direction: Legacies of the Great Migration, announced that the groundbreaking exhibition will travel to three locations additional five-city US tour. The exhibition, featuring newly commissioned works by 12 of the …

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World War II POW Flag Added to National Museum of American History Collections

An American flag, handmade by Mexican American Cpl. Joseph O. “Jose” Quintero, with the help of other prisoners of war (POW) while held in a Japanese camp during World War II, was recently added to the collections of the National Museum of American History from the Smithsonian. The Texas-born son …

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Babe Ruth Glove Headlines Louisville Slugger Museum & Factory Auction

Bidders will battle for more than 400 pieces of baseball history to be won this week during the Louisville Slugger Museum and Factory19th Annual Auction. The 2022 batch is available to inquire online through Hunt Auctions. Online pre-auction ends at 9 p.m. Friday and the live auction period begins at …

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World Fossil Finder Museum in Hot Springs Features Amazing Finds

Franck Garcia Working as a chief investigator for the Smithsonian Institution, teaching paleontology in Florida, and making legendary fossil discoveries. Frank is responsible for 30 animals new to science, several of which bear his name, such as Sub-Antilocaptra garciae, an ancestor of the antelope. In 1983, Frank discovered the richest …

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GOOD NEWS: A pioneer, the Musée du Sud-Ouest is joining forces to make art more accessible

MIDLAND One of Texas’ largest oil and natural gas producers is partnering with the Museum of the Southwest to make arts education programs more accessible to youth of all ages throughout the Permian region. The partnership ensures that the educational programs offered by the Turner Art Museum, the Durham Children’s …

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Move around Mrs. Frizzle, the museum educator brings the magic to the Ta

Children are invited to a fun morning of paleontological, biological and scientific activities every first Saturday of the month from September to May (except bank holiday weekends). The Saturday club is FREE and open to children ages 7-14 (younger/older siblings welcome!) Saturday club starts at 10:30 a.m. until 11:30 a.m. …

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Climate activists stick their hands on paintings by Goya at the Prado Museum in Spain

On Saturday, climate activists in Spain stuck their hands on famous paintings by Francisco de Goya at the Prado Museum in Madrid. A video posted on the Twitter account of campaign group Futuro Vegetal showed a docent asking visitors not to take photos of the scene. The impacted works – …

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How to reduce the cost of a cash advance

If you already have a credit card, getting a cash advance is very easy. But it can also be super expensive. Before borrowing money from your credit card, make sure you understand how a cash advance works, how you can minimize cash advance fees, and whether there are better alternatives. …

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The Shore Line Trolley Museum seeks to bolster its strengths with an open house

EAST HAVEN – Resident Mike Hildreth said he had just been looking for something to occupy him during his retirement when he saw an ad in the newspaper for wagon operators at a local wagon museum. Now, in addition to being an operator and tourist guide, Hildreth restores vintage streetcars, …

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Museum Matters: Mark Your Calendars for the 23rd Annual Holiday Artist Market | ETC

Craig Hadley We warmly invite you to kick off your holiday shopping and support local and Michigan artists at our beloved annual Holiday Artist Market. This is a great opportunity to experience all of the current exhibitions – including “Infinite Splendor, Infinite Light: The Bruce Walker Collection of Tibetan Religious …

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A world famous mineralogist joins the museum

Internationally renowned mineralogist John Rakovan stands before a collection of minerals.Courtesy picture An internationally renowned professor of mineralogy brings new energy and leadership to the mineral museum located on the New Mexico Tech campus. John Rakovan, Ph.D., is the new state mineralogist and senior museum curator of the New Mexico …

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David Gilbert’s Crossing Open Ground exhibition at the Bury Art Museum

The Bury Art Museum offers visitors a unique chance to see the work of a sculptor and artist whose art has been celebrated across the UK. The “Crossing Open Ground” exhibition opens on Saturday and features the work of David Gilbert, who rarely exhibited his art after the 1960s, hesitant …

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Elmhurst History Museum exhibit explores immigrant life

‘In Pursuit of Happiness: Immigrants in Our Communities’, the new exhibition opening at the Elmhurst History Museum, explores the stories, lives and contributions that immigrants have made to our communities, including at Elmhurst. The new exhibition, which opened Friday, October 28, is designed by the museum’s curator of exhibitions, Dan …

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Ennead Architects win competition to design new Wuxi Art Museum in East China

Internationally renowned architectural firm Ennead Architects won a competition to design the Wuxi Museum of Art in the historic port city of Wuxi, China. Designed as a new center of art and culture in eastern China, the Wuxi Museum and Art Park is inspired by the tradition of Chinese gardens …

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