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Angelo State University Students and Alumni will be wearing Blue and Gold in honor of ASU's participation in the Downtown Art Walk on Thursday, March 20, 2014 from 5:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. The San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts will be hosting a variety of activities throughout the evening which include the following: *3D Printer Tutorials * Old Time ... (more)
Caroline Goeser is leaving the Cleveland Museum of Art after six years to join the Museum of Fine Arts Houston as its top educator.
Wallpaper scraps, ribbon, paint and woven designs combine in “A Cabinet for All Seasons ,” 1974, by Miriam Schapiro.
Learn about the conditions that led to Frank Furness' most incredible masterworks, including the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts seen here, on Wednesday.
The provenance of the institution goes back much further to 1924 and the founding of the Jacksonville Fine Arts Society.
The Festival of Flowers helps return spring to the Springfield Museums, from April 3 through 6. Galleries throughout the art, history and science museums will be in bloom, with more than 50 museum objects being interpreted by area florists, designers and garden club members.
Chernivtsi Art Museum marks the anniversary of Taras Shevchenko with an exhibition of old Ukrainian magazines and books, postcards, paintings, drawings, sculptures and works of decorative arts.
Bristol Community College's Grimshaw-Gudewicz Gallery is hosting two unique artists over the next month.
The University of Central Arkansas's College of Fine Arts and Communication will hold its biennial fundraiser, BRAVO!, Friday, March 21, with special guest Bruce Adolphe.
"The Age of Impressionism: Great French Paintings from the Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute" These days, Impressionist exhibitions are the art museum version of the ballet The Nutcracker : frothy and beautiful, if a little overexposed, and sure to pack 'em in at almost any price.
It was both dispiriting and unsurprising to hear the other day that nearly 100 artworks had been stolen from storage at Cuba's National Museum of Fine Arts.
The Persian New Year takes center stage at the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston on Saturday, March 22, with a daylong schedule of festivities to celebrate the occasion.
Architecture and design firm Perkins+Will is acquiring The Freelon Group , founded in 1990 by Phil Freelon, FAIA, Contract's 2008 Designer of the Year.
One of the world's leading databases of stolen works of art is offering to help the Cuban government recover dozens of modernist works missing from Havana's National Museum of Fine Arts.
Why do we associate pink with femininity? With its exhibit, "Think Pink," the Museum of Fine Arts Boston attempts to answer the question.