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  • Marston house holds history and treasures
    Treasures and Trinkets to be seen at the Marston House
    Balboa Park is home to a lot of history. With museums and architecture constantly bringing history to the visitors of the park, Balboa Park does not fall short when it come to history and artifacts. In addition to the changing exhibits and themes...
  • International art comes to Chicagoland
    International art comes to Chicagoland
    For the first time in the Art Institute of Chicago’s history, South American paintings from 17th, 18th and 19th centuries will be on display. Now through February 21, 2016, visitors can view A Voyage to South America: Andean Art in the...
  • Royals fever at Union Station in Kansas City
    Centennial celebration focuses on Kansas City's Union Station history
    Kansas City’s historic Union Station celebrates its 100th anniversary this weekend with a host of performances, activities, and exhibits guaranteed to keep the Kansas City public engaged in current and past histories of the former railroad...
  • The Northwest African American Museum
    The Northwest African American Museum: What to Expect
    Since 2008, the Northwest African American Museum (NAAM) has offered the general public a chance to learn about culture in regards to people of African American descent. What does NAAM have to offer? This establishment gives visitors a chance to...
  • The Morgan Library: A book lover's paradise
    The Morgan Library: A book lover's paradise
    This summer, the Morgan Library & Museum, 225 Madison Avenue in New York City, has outdone itself with phenomenal exhibitions to delight book lovers. Along with incredible items on display from its collection, the Morgan offers "Marks of...
  • Winter gallery focus: 2014
    Winter gallery focus: 2014
    This winter is already half-way over, but the galleries are still open for business and the snow won't keep their doors from closing! Many galleries are offering works by international artists, artists young and old, painters and sculpturists...
  • DYING ON STAGE: NEW PAINTING IN NEW YORK
    June gallery focus
    This month the gallery exhibitions are all about contemporary art and the reuse of different materials and techniques and creating new works. We've created a list of five galleries you should visit this June. Photography, installation and...
  • FrostArt Presents Two New Exhibitions Focusing on Identity
    FrostArt Presents Two New Exhibitions Focusing on Identity FrostArt
    FrostArt (The Patricia & Phillip Frost Art Museum at FIU) introduces two new exhibitions, both of which feature art as a tool to establish identity: How we see ourselves and how we perceive others, now and in the past. The two exhibitions, Six...
  • MoBiA's Tiffany and the Art of Devotion, top pick for 2012 exhibitions
    Best New York museum exhibitions of 2012 (Photos)
    2012 has been a year of many ups and downs, with elections, superstorms, athletic accomplishments, celebrity births and marriages, and many more headlining stories balancing out the year. The art world was no exception, with record-setting...
  • New art abounds in the new year
    New art abounds in the new year
    Chicago’s Packer Schopf Gallery launches four solo shows with an artists’ reception from 5:00 pm to 8:00 pm on Friday, January 11 at the gallery on 942 West Lake Street.Lauren Levato’s Wunderkammer features drawings of foreign...
  • Enjoy Artists Block at the Block Museum this month (Video)
    Enjoy Artists Block at the Block Museum this month (Video)
    As the weather gets colder, it’s time to move indoors—ideally at Evanston’s Block Museum on 40 Arts Circle Drive, on Northwestern University’s campus. The following free exhibitions are on display through December 9, 2012...
  • MoMA invites people into the world of James Bond
    MoMA invites people into the world of James Bond
    In coordination with the celebration of the fiftieth anniversary of 007 on the cinematic screen the Museum of Modern Art is having its own tribute to the world's most famous spy. a month long retrospective of the 22 James Bond is being shown...
  • Animals will be making an appearance at state fair
    Animals will be making an appearance at state fair
    Where can you find goats, bees, cows, horses, fish, carnival games, rides and funnel cake all in one place? The state fair of course. However, with current drought conditions affecting a large percentage of the country, many local fairs this year...
  • Library of Congress
    Exhibitions, Rare Books, Entertainment and Readings at the Library of Congress
    The family spent seven weeks in Washington, DC and part of Virginia. It is unbelievable what one can do with seven weeks; but even that seemed little when compared to the many attractions of the area. One attraction of interest was the Library of...
  • NERD
    Art is popping up in the city and suburbs
    Chicago Loop Alliance’s (CLA) Pop-Up Art Loop celebrates Metro’s 30th anniversary in July with Metrospective, a poster and photo show presented by Metro in the iconic Inland Steel Building lobby on 77 South Dearborn. Featuring three...