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    Smithsonian Exhibition Coming to 6 Massachusetts Towns | Massachusetts News

    BOSTON (AP) — The Smithsonian’s traveling exhibit on changes in rural America is coming to six Massachusetts cities. The nonprofit Mass Humanities has chosen six local organizations to host “Crossroads: Changes in Rural America” ​​for the 2022-23 traveling exhibit produced by the Smithsonian Institution’s Museum on Main Street program, the official said. organization in a […] More

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    Eiteljorg Museum Will Show Native American Art in New Way | Indiana News

    By DOMENICA BONGIOVANNI, Indianapolis star INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — The renovated Native American galleries at the Eiteljorg Museum will feature works spanning more than 170 years when they reopen in June. But visitors will not start at the beginning, middle or even end of this period. Instead, they will be greeted by works of art with […] More

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    Eiteljorg Museum Will Show Native American Art in New Way | Indiana News

    By DOMENICA BONGIOVANNI, Indianapolis star INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — The renovated Native American galleries at the Eiteljorg Museum will feature works spanning more than 170 years when they reopen in June. But visitors will not start at the beginning, middle or even end of this period. Instead, they will be greeted by works of art with […] More

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    State Museum Wants ‘Gen X’ Contributions for Fall Exhibition | Illinois News

    SPRINGFIELD, Ill. (AP) – Tired of baby boomer stories of the ‘good old days’, poor attention span of millennials, or stupid complaints from zoomers? You must be a ‘forgotten’ Generation X and the Illinois State Museum wants to hear from you. The museum’s facility in Springfield will open an exhibit titled “Growing Up X” in […] More

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    2,000 Degrees: Kalispell Foundry Casts Bronze Art Pieces | Montana News

    By MICAH DREW, flat head beacon The deafening roar strikes first. It’s a barrage of deep, all-consuming noise that spills over from Kalispell Art Casting’s studio and permeates the freezing November air outside. Inside the building, the roar increases as the reverberations drum against the walls. The room is dark except for a cauldron of […] More

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    Mississippi City Recognized as a Global Leader in Public Art | Mississippi News

    By LICI BEVERIDGE, Hattiesburg American HATTIESBURG, Miss (AP) – Paris. New York. Berlin. Hattiesbourg. These four cities have something in common. Each is on a list of 11 cities around the world recognized as leaders in public art. Hattiesburg was included in Travel and Leisure magazine’s list thanks to the many murals and sculptures found […] More

  • Wayne Thiebaud, painter of lush colors and textures, dies
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    Wayne Thiebaud, painter of lush colors and textures, dies

    LOS ANGELES (AP) – Artist Wayne Thiebaud, whose colorful and luscious paintings of cakes and San Francisco cityscapes combined sensuality, longing and a hint of melancholy, has passed away. He was 101 years old. His death was confirmed on Sunday in a statement by his Acquavella gallery. Thiebaud died at his Sacramento home over Christmas, […] More

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    Naval & Maritime Museum Debuts Exhibit of Fragile Artifacts | South Carolina News

    By EMILY WILLIAMS, Post and courier MOUNT PLEASANT, SC (AP) – Patriots Point Naval and Maritime Museum has no shortage of historical artifacts. But, until now, the maritime museum had no place of residence for its more rare and fragile objects which require storage in a carefully air-conditioned environment. For a museum based on a […] More