Month: September 2021

The Missouri History Museum ‘St. Louis Sound Exhibition Explores the City’s Contributions to American Popular Music | Entertainment

Tina Turner dress Courtesy of the Tina Turner Museum at Flagg Grove School Artifacts on display include St. Louis foil, or the earliest known recording of a musical performance, recorded by St. Louisan Thomas Mason in 1878; instruments played by…

The new Science Museum gallery will be a “visually dazzling” tribute to technicians

Opening in 2022, the Tech Gallery will celebrate workers often behind the scenes and that’s what we know about design so far. Through Molly long September 30, 2021 14:47 September 30, 2021 14:47 The Science Museum today announced the opening…

Speed ​​Art Museum opens paranormal exhibition of American art

Just in time for Halloween, the Speed ​​Art Museum presents its new exhibit, “Supernatural America: The Paranormal in American Art”. Opening October 8, the exhibit explores the different ways America is haunted. “Supernatural America brings together American artists from a…

Syracuse University Libraries Contribute to University of Toronto Art Museum Plastics Exhibit

Arts & Culture Several artifacts from the Plastic Artifact Collection of the Syracuse University Libraries Special Collections Research Center (SCRC) are currently on display in the University of Toronto Art Museum’s exhibit titled “Plastic Heart: Surface All the Way Through…

Cincinnati Art Museum Gets ‘A New View’

The Cincinnati Art Museum is planning updates and upgrades worth $ 65 million. The projects are part of the “A New View” plan to modernize the grounds and facilities of the museum. “Overall, it’s more than a handful of transformative…

Science Museum of Virginia, VDH hosts information session on COVID-19 vaccines for children

PORTSMOUTH, Va. (WAVY) – The Science Museum of Virginia is partnering with local districts of the Virginia Department of Health to host a free public Q&A on children and the COVID-19 vaccine. The webinar will take place from noon to…

Fort Nisqually Living History Museum Candlelight Tour “Suspends Reality” and Plunges Visitors Into 1855

Proposed by Fort Nisqually Living History Museum Experience a magical evening walking outdoors at Fort Nisqually, where candles and campfires light up the people and events of 1855. The candlelight tour takes place Friday and Saturday October 1 and 2…

Los Angeles County Museum of Natural History is back

After a year of closure and a summer of welcoming visitors to the museum’s daily experiences, the Exhibition Center’s Natural History Museum (NHM) presents a new roster of mind-boggling exhibits, installations and public programs for the entire family, including the…

Grand Rapids Art Museum Reaches Disability Community Through ArtPrize – Grand Valley Lanthorn Exhibit

GVL / Rachel SlombaMy dear friends, Grand Rapids Art Museum, September 24, 2021 The Grand Rapids Art Museum (GRAM) has collaborated with artist Oaklee Thiele and the Grand Rapids-based arts for the disabled, DisArt, to present the “My Dearest Friends…

Crow Wing County History Museum unveils new 150th anniversary exhibit

The 150th anniversary exhibit was unveiled on Friday, September 24 when the facility reopened during Brainerd History Week, an event that has lasted for 150 years. RELATED: Paul Bunyan Flapjack Festival Ended (Not) Easy “I was a visitor here before…