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  • Diving to new depths
    Scientists enter the "Twilight Zone"
    Four hundred feet below the surface of the ocean there exists an aquatic world scientists call the “Twilight Zone”.It’s a shadowy environment marking the boundary between sunlit shallow reefs and the dark abyss of the deep ocean...
  • Empire and Liberty: The Civil War and the West
    Empire and Liberty: The Civil War and the West
    Step back into the 19th century, view extraordinary artifacts, check out interactive displays and learn about the important roll the West played in the Civil War.This engaging new show will take you back in history as you learn about the people,...
  • Walk University celebrates the youth in modeling
    Walk University Fashion hits Charles H. Wright Museum
    April 19, 2015 Detroit, MI. The historical Charles H. Wright museum was the scene for “Walk” University Fashion Show. The “Walk” fashion team, founded by Daishawn Franklin and Crystal Bailey, has made stride in the fashion...
  • Mumbles, by Veronica Howard
    Exploring art and artists at Falls Church Arts
    Exhibitions at Falls Church Arts are eclectic. Artists represent an array of motivations and pursuits as well as style and diversity of media. To profile an individual artist takes considerable investigation and consideration over time to see how...
  • Whale bones not just in museums
    Researchers look for clues in sperm whale's death
    Researchers from the California Academy of Sciences which is hosting an exhibit on whales, had a look at the real thing this week.On Wednesday, academy staff took part in the necropsy of a dead sperm whale that washed up on the beach near Pacifica...
  • Maltz Museum hits a grand slam with new exhibit
    Maltz Museum hits a grand slam with new exhibit
    As the final touches were being made to the exhibit “Chasing Dreams: Baseball and Becoming American”, co-curator and NMAJH Associate Curator Ivy Weingram talked about how the exhibit came to be. It started with her sitting in on a...
  • Tracee Ellis Ross, star of the ABC sitcom "black-ish", honored at NAB Show in Las Vegas.
    "black-ish" star Tracee Ellis Ross keeps 'em laughing at NAB Show in Las Vegas
    In a city that prides itself on satisfying all your desires, i.e. Las Vegas, the NAB Show (National Association of Broadcasters) can pride itself on satisfying all your broadcasting-related cravings.Going on right now in Las Vegas, last year, this...
  • Lyric exhibition reveals the visual inspiration of behind its new production of Carousel
    Lyric exhibit reveals Paolo Ventura's visual inspiration behind Carousel
    This Friday, April 10, Lyric Opera of Chicago presentsthe work of Italian visual artist and Carousel set designer Paolo Ventura in Creating Carousel which coincides with the run of Rodgers and Hammerstein’sCarousel through May 3.The new and...
  • YOTB020 by Dray Wilmore
    Dray Studio and Gallery Presents, "Year of the Buddha," Beginning April 11, 2015
    Dray is officially opening a new gallery in the center of 18B Las Vegas, April 11 2015 from 6P.M. to 9P.M. His new gallery is located on the second floor of the Arts Factory, perched above Charleston Blvd. The Arts District is grateful for the...
  • “Dr. Pozzi at Home” from the UCLA Hammer Museum of Art featured by 2015 Sargent Portrait Exhibition
    UCLA Hammer Museum icon leads global Sargent portrait show to success
    The intriguing portrait “Dr. Pozzi at Home” by American artist John Singer Sargent has long been the signature portrait used by the UCLA Hammer Museum . It is now becoming famous worldwide as the banner for the largest travelling...
  • 16th Annual Awards Gala
    Detroit nonprofit continues to fight for black students
    Real Life 101, a 501(c)(3) organization, provides college scholarships for selected inner city, African American males who are graduating from high school. The organization, founded in 2000, has awarded more than 500 scholarships and over 1500...
  • Seeing a sperm skeleton
    Whales and men take the stage in new academy exhibit
    The Maori, New Zealand’s indigenous people, called them chiefs.Whales were a powerful symbol to the Maori and their culture; a source of food eating utensils and the trappings of tribal royalty.A new exhibition opening Friday at the...
  • Academy chicks get names
    Penguin chicks get names
    The two newest residents of the California Academy of Sciences can now be introduced by name.Nori and Bert, a pair of African penguin chicks, will be joining other adult penguins in their exhibit/home in the Academy’s Tusher African...
  • Melvin Edwards: Five Decades sculptures on display at the Nasher until May 10
    Melvin Edwards: Five Decades sculptures on display at the Nasher until May 10
    On display now until May 10th, the Melvin Edwards: Five Decades exhibit draws awe at the Nasher Sculpture Garden in the Dallas Arts District.A Texas native, Edwards created art for nearly all his life, specializing in welded sculpture, taking in...
  • Multistory Color
    Simulated synesthesia: Interview with artist Anne Patterson
    Everyone has it different ways. For me when I hear music, I see color and I see shapes. When I’m in nature and smell things, I see color. It also happens with numbers. All my numbers have personalities. Two is a princess, three is the older...
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