What Happened in Museums this Week?

What Happened in Museums This Week? May 25 – 31

6 Rare Andy Warhol Prints Donated to ASU Art Museum Andy Warhol’s iconic works have taught generations about expression, experimentation and the role of commercialization in popular culture. Now, six of his works will illuminate generations to come at the ASU Art Museum. The free installation is on display now through the end of September … Continue reading

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Meet a Museum Blogger: Marcus A. Harshaw, Jr.
Meet a Museum Blogger

Meet a Museum Blogger: Marcus A. Harshaw, Jr.

Eight years into his career and Marcus A. Harshaw, Jr. is still an emerging museum professional. He started in public program and exhibition experience roles for the Indiana State Museum and now manages the department of Special Programs and Exhibits for Cincinnati Museum Center. A self-proclaimed, museum junkie, Marcus loves to travel visiting as many … Continue reading

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What Happened in Museums this Week?

What Happened in Museums This Week? November 30 – December 6

3,200-Year-Old Gold Artifact Transferred From L.I. Estate to German Museum “After the Holocaust and what it had done to their family, killing their grandparents, aunts, uncles, everyone, they wanted to donate it to the Holocaust Museum in Washington. They preferred it to go anywhere but Germany,” said Steven Schlessinger, the attorney for Flamenbaum’s heirs. As … Continue reading

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What Happened in Museums this Week?

What Happened in Museums This Week? September 28 – October 4

Australian Museum To Display Replica Of MT Dino Employees of the Two Medicine Dinosaur Center here have painstakingly built a replica of a 75-million-year-old Montana dinosaur so it can be shipped overseas for display in an upcoming exhibit at the Australian Museum, that country’s equivalent of the Smithsonian Institute. To read more, click here. Detroit … Continue reading

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What Happened in Museums this Week?

What Happened in Museums This Week? July 27 – August 2

Detroit Art Museum Warns Auction Could Be Death Knell A top officer at the Detroit Institute of Arts predicts near-certain closure for the museum if Detroit sells major pieces from the 60,000 works in the institute’s art collection as a way to address the city’s dire financial situation. To read more, click here. Georgia Museum … Continue reading

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