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MoMA Extends Museum Hours During Summer Months 7/1-9/3

NEW YORK, NY .- The Museum of Modern Art will be extending its hours from July 1 through September 3, keeping the museum open until 8:30 p.m. on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday (with the exception of Saturday, July 9) evenings, and opening its doors fro...

Limor Tomer Named New Concerts & Lectures General Manager at the...

NEW YORK, N.Y.- Thomas P. Campbell, Director of The Metropolitan Museum of Art, announced today the appointment of Limor Tomer as the Museum’s General Manager of Concerts & Lectures, effective May 2. She currently holds the dual positions of Execu...

Kunstmuseum St. Gallen Shows the Art of Experimental Artist Norbert Moslang

ST. GALLEN.- Norbert Möslang (*1952) is internationally known as one of the most prominent and most experiment-happy performers in the field of contemporary electronic music. His film music to Peter Liechtis (*1951) multiple prize-winning film Sound o...

Warner Bros. Presents Gift to Smithsonian; New Digital 3-D Theater

WASHINGTON, DC.- Warner Bros. Entertainment has made a $5 million donation to the Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History to establish a new theater to present the history of American film. The gift will enable the museum to transform it...

Warner Bros. Presents Gift to Smithsonian; New Digital 3-D Theater

WASHINGTON, DC.- Warner Bros. Entertainment has made a $5 million donation to the Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History to establish a new theater to present the history of American film. The gift will enable the museum to transform it...

Germany’s Ruhr Region Turns from Coal to European Capital of Culture

ESSEN (AP).- The Emscher river in western Germany's The Ruhr region was one of the country's most polluted for decades, so bad that parents spooked children with warnings they could die if they fell into the poisonous stew of sewage and chemical waste....

Michener Art Museum Announces Second Phase Of Expansion to Include Premier...

DOYLESTOWN, PA.- Bruce Katsiff, Director and CEO of the James A. Michener Art Museum yesterday announced that the Museum is moving ahead on the second phase of its $13.2 million expansion. The internationally recognized Philadelphia-based firm KieranTi...

American Folklife Center Announces 2009 Season of Concerts at the Library...

Washington, DC - The American Folklife Center in the Library of Congress kicks off its 2009 season with a concert featuring New Hampshire fiddle music in May and a lecture on the 1963 documentary "The High Lonesome Sound." The 2009 Homegrown c...

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