Columbus Museum of Art, Polaris Lighthouse

The creator of “The starry Night, “Sunflowers, “IrisAnd many more paintings will take center stage this fall at two very different art exhibitions in Columbus. Vincent Van Gogh, the brilliant but tortured post-impressionist painter, will be celebrated with his contemporary artists in “Through Vincent’s Eyes: Van Gogh and his Sources, …

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Shiloh Museum announces exhibits and its staff

OLLI The Osher Lifelong Institute at the University of Arkansas announces the following courses for the coming week: • October 27: Taiwan – On the Edge, $ 25 for members, $ 40 for non-members. • October 28: Tawdry Tales of Our First Ladies – The Modern Years (via Zoom), $ …

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International Photography Hall of Fame and Museum to Honor 2021 Laureates, First Visionary Prize Winner | Entertainment

Additionally, Professional Photographers of America, the world’s largest non-profit trade association for professional photographers, has been named the recipient of the 2021 IPHF Leadership Award. “The 2021 Hall of Fame inductees as well as the winner of the Visionary Award and the Leadership Award represent the best in the field …

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Museum News | Mclean County

This week, I change a bit and I put a letter to the editor of the NEWS of August 19, 1976. The letter is written to the inhabitants of one town, but could easily be applied to others. It was written by Royce E. McDaniel, who served in Madrid, Spain, …

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What a museum wants to be in the 21st century

This article is part of our last Fine Arts & Exhibitions special report, on how artistic institutions help the public to discover new options for the future. DENVER – What if an old art museum could start over, emptying walls, cleaning floors, dismantling everything that hangs from ceilings and resting …

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New exhibition unveiled at RailPark & ​​Train Museum | New

The latest exhibit from the Historic RailPark & ​​Train Museum highlights the importance of railways during the war. The final phase of the museum’s “Railroads at War” series focuses on the importance of “canteens” and the “Harvey Girls” to the success of the railroads in this era. RailPark executive director …

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Danish National Museum unveils gold treasure “dream find”

JELLING, DENMARK – Last month the Danish National Museum (National museum) and the Vejle Museum (Vejlemuseerne) unveiled one of the most impressive Iron Age gold discoveries ever to be found. The collection contains 22 objects, including Roman coins and many thin amulet-shaped discs known as “bracteates. “In total, the collection …

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Palm Beaches Museum Tour: World Class Tour

LAKE WORTH BEACH, Fla., Oct.15, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – (Oct. 15, 2021) – The Palm Beaches, Fla. Is an art lover’s paradise. Home to a wide variety of artistic adventures – especially world-class art and history museums – the destination offers experiences for visitors of all ages. The Palm Beach …

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Saint Louis Art Museum’s “Art Along the Rivers” Exhibition Celebrates the Diversity of Missouri Art | Promotions

Frederick Oakes Sylvester, American, 1869-1915; “Mississippi to Elsah ”, 1903; oil on canvas; 30 1/8 x 45 1/16 inches; Art museum and Archeology, University of Missouri, Gift of Mr. and Mrs. George Schriever 2021.103; Museum of Art and Archeology, University of Missouri — Colombia Jenna carlie By Maggie Peters | …

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Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts celebrates latest art auction

MONTGOMERY, Alabama (WSFA) – Thursday is the last day to bid in the latest art auction at the Montgomery Art Gallery. The auction features works by notable artists such as Reynolds Beal, Ashley Longshore, Rhett Thurman, Holton Rower, Billy Solitario and Yvonne Wells. “Since 1992, the Museum has held a …

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Rare Roman bronzes acquired by the Yorkshire Museum

A 1,800-year-old “truly exceptional” Roman treasure, which includes a bust of Roman Emperor Marcus Aurelius, has been acquired by the Yorkshire Museum. The 13cm bust is part of a collection of bronze artifacts found by metal detectors James Spark and Mark Didlick in a field near Ampleforth, in May 2020. …

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The past lives on in the local museum

By Austin Bishop Ona J. Boyd’s penchant for following the history of Kemper County is reflected in her writings and collection of other written materials held at the Kemper County Historical Museum located at 230 Veterans Street in downtown DeKalb . “She just had a love for history and everything …

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‘A fun place.’ UK Art Museum opens new art installation |

‘Coloring’, the UK Art Museum’s latest installation, contains several works of art highlighting color, and museum curators hope the exhibit will revitalize the experience of viewing art in person. The arrangement is made up of paintings, drawings, engravings and sculptures by artists of various traditions and eras. While much of …

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Florida LGBTQ Museum Launches Major Digital Exhibit

by JW Arnold Visitors to the Stonewall National Museum and Archives in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, one of the nation’s largest LGBTQ libraries and loan collections, have fallen by nearly two-thirds due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Now, after months of research, SNMA recently launched a major digital exhibit just in time …

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Why the Wenatchee Museum preserves a 95-year-old sandwich

Locked behind five doors, hidden in a dark container and wrapped in cellophane is a 95-year-old artifact: Clyde Pangborn’s Sandwich. Yes. That’s right. The Wenatchee Valley Museum & Cultural Center has a 1926 sandwich and plans to keep it permanently. Anna Spencer, the museum’s collections coordinator, keeps Pangborn’s meal in …

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IC stained glass on display at the art museum

A USArt team is preparing a stained glass window at the LCMS International Center for a move to the Saint Louis Art Museum. The window, a representation of St. Mark’s, will be on display at the museum until January 9, 2022. (LCMS / Erik M. Lunsford) By Cheryl Magness On …

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Rowan University opens $ 73 million Fossil Park Museum

A world-class destination expected to attract 200,000 visitors per year October 13, 2021 Rowan University recently opened the region’s newest museum, a world-class destination that will explore the distant and local past around themes of a more sustainable future. Designed with world-renowned architects and experienced design offices, the Jean & …

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Museum of Boulder’s ‘Music Buffs’ features CU College of Music history, iconic locations and more – Boulder Daily Camera

It’s no secret that the Front Range has a crazy appreciation for music. A visitor discovers the Museum of Boulder’s “Music Buffs” exhibit on October 6. (Lori Preston / Courtesy photo) While Nashville may be considered “Music City,” Boulder could easily snatch that title with its array of singers and …

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Montgomery Museum Makes a Map of Local Black History Sites

Kevin Burkman, board member of the Stoutsburg Sourland African American Museum, handed over a poster-sized, detailed map of black history sites in the Sourland Mountain area to elementary school last week. Village of Skillman as part of its educational outreach program. The Montgomery, Hopewell Valley, Princeton and Hillsborough school districts, …

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New exhibit opens Saturday at the Buffalo Museum of Science

BUFFALO, NY (WIVB) – New exhibition opens at Buffalo Science Museum This weekend. “The lost beauty 2: the art of museum stories”, includes 15 collected objects, painted to be larger than life. “It allows us to really see the beauty, the complexity, the craftsmanship,” said museum president and CEO Marisa …

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Interactive museum exhibits for kids in Long Island

When the museum doors close for the night, some people imagine the exhibits come to life and start talking. At the Raynham Hall Education Center and Museum in Oyster Bay, this actually happens during the day. Talkative Portraits is one of the few interactive exhibits featured in museums on Long …

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Shepparton Art Museum / Denton Corker Marshall

Shepparton Art Museum / Denton Corker Marshall © John Gollings + 14 To share To share Facebook Twitter Pinterest WhatsApp Mail Or https://www.archdaily.com/970006/shepparton-art-museum-denton-corker-marshall © John Gollings Text description provided by the architects. SAM’s design is characterized by its simplicity and clarity, with compelling imagery creating a historic cultural destination for …

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Harriet Powers – Encyclopedia of New Georgia

Harriet Powers is one of South America’s best-known quilt makers, although only two of her quilts, both of which she made after the Civil War (1861-1865), survive today. One is in the collection of the National Museum of American History at the Smithsonian Institution in Washington, DC The second quilt …

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