Clashes with neo-Nazis in Charlottesville did not inspire "leftists" to demand the removal of a statue of Theodore Roosevelt in New York City.
THE 21st CENTURY ISN’T WORKING OUT AS I HAD HOPED: “Dallas’ Perot Museum of Nature and Science has scheduled a party for the upcoming, very rare solar eclipse set to cross the country Aug. 21. One mom’s comment on the Facebook post for the event, however, drew almost as much attention as the expected phenomenon […]
Stacey Abrams said Confederate memorials should be in museums, not on display.
Chicago’s favorite rapper is helping the Museum of Contemporary Art celebrate its 50th anniversary in 2017, as the museum announced today that Chance the Rapper—as well as fellow musicians Solange Knowles and Vince Staples—will all deliver a talk this fall as part of the MCA’s In Sight Out conversation...
The nearly 100-year-old train depot that houses the Children’s Museum at La Habra may soon be getting a much needed face lift. The city applied this week to the California Cultural and Historical Endowment Museum Grant for $75,000 to renovate the historic building. “The building is close to 100 years old now and there are […]
A dinosaur that puzzled researchers thanks to the incredibly puzzling design of its body finally has its place in history thanks to a team of scientists from Cambridge and the Natural History Museum in London. The Chilesaurus, whichShow More Summary
Andrea K. Scott writes about current art exhibitions in New York City that feature resistance works, at the Brooklyn Museum, the Met Breuer, and more galleries.
Elsewhere, someone might have said, "It's just books! Books aren't dangerous! But even ordinary books are dangerous, and not only the ones like Make Gelignite the Professional Way. A man sits in some museum somewhere and writes a harmless...Show More Summary
The next “In Sight Out” conversations take place at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Chicago
This week, an artist introduces a new "neuroscientifically driven" car, and 120 children exhibit their artwork in 10-by-15-foot museum. Goddess ghosts A face painted on plastic hangs at the top of the carpeted stairs leading up to Abode Gallery. You have to push past it or duck under it to enter...
The five-story building in Tokyo's Shinjuku district was actually completed in 2014, with installation going on since. The museum, which opens October 1, will have rotating exhibits changing twice a year, a separate floor for the Infinity Rooms, and a library/archive; timed tickets will cost ¥1,000 (just over $9.00).
"During springtime, the Indianapolis Museum of Art welcomed you to friendlier weather with thousands of color-drenched blooms on its outdoor campus. A beer garden and, later on, 18 holes of mini-golf designed by artists kept you coming back. Starting in mid-November,... the museum's gardens will be illuminated by millions of lights that dance along […]
This guest post was written by Seema Rao, a 2017 MuseumCamper and brilliant GLAM visitor advocate. Seema wrote it (original post here) in response to her experience last week at MuseumCamp... followed by the painful news about racism-fueled rallies and mob violence in Charlottesville, VA. Show More Summary
Ben Quinn’s piece in the Guardian sheds light on an interesting forthcoming conference which hopes to “establish a permanent display” of Benin material in Nigeria. The Benin bronzes are in many museums in the West, and viewing them gives me to very different reactions. Show More Summary
In the 1960s and '70s, the daredevil on two wheels skyrocketed to fame for his planned jumps, which often ended in failure. Now the museum displays his gear and chronicles his feats.
The Kunsthistorisches Museum?s Coin Collection holds both the largest and by far the most important collection of coins minted under Maria Theresa; it is the best place, and now is the best time, to host an exhibition that presents the monarch?s life in medals to celebrate what would have been her 300th birthday. Show More Summary
Ben Uri is presenting the second exhibition in its series on refugee and migrant artists, highlighting the Polish contribution in Britain over the last century. This focus is particularly apt as the community approaches its millionth...Show More Summary
Content originally published at iBankCoin.com I cannot see how the left cannot call for George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, James Madison and others to be removed from the public square, libraries, museums, universities and our currency. Since...Show More Summary
The British Museum will take part in a European summit to discuss the return of art seized from the Benin kingdom, now part of southern Nigeria, by a British punitive expedition in 1897 as “reparations” after it defied the British empire by imposing customs duties.