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  • Belgium’s Manneken Pis to make a splash at the D Las Vegas
    Belgium’s Manneken Pis to make a splash at the D Las Vegas
    Las Vegas is known as “Sin City” for a reason and brothers Derek and Greg Stevens, owners of the D Las Vegas, signed a totally nude exhibit for 100-year residency. A large-scale bronze replica of the 17th century statue in Brussels,...
  • Sapphire and Power Blue Chandelier
    New Chihuly exhibit opens in Dallas
    Talley Dunn Gallery is known for featuring works of art from some of the world’s finest artists. Tonight, from 5:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m., Aug. 29, 2015 in the Main Studio at 5020 Tracy St. Dallas, TX 75205, a new works by Dale Chihuly will...
  • Grumpy Cat to become was figure at Madame Tussauds
    Madame Tussauds takes on Grumpy Cat as their first waxed feline
    Tardar Sauce, or as we like to call her Grumpy Cat, is about the join the ranks of Angelia Jolie, Taylor Swift, and Michael Jackson as she prepares to be the very first wax figure at Madame Tussauds. Although we can all assume that Grumpy Cat...
  • Chicagoland art is springing up everywhere this summer, fall and winter.
    Chicagoland art is springing up everywhere this summer, fall and winter.
    Chicago’s Haddock Place alley on North Wabash Avenue between Wacker Place and Lake Street is the next site for ACTIVATE. Chicago Loop Alliance’s pop-up installment is set for August 27 from 5 to 10 p.m. The interactive event is free...
  • Punk, Pop and Rock make an artistic impact via two photo shows
    Punk, Pop and Rock make an artistic impact via two photo shows
    Alternative music fans across the nation recognize Chicago’s Metro, formerly known as Cabaret Metro, as an institution for underground acts. Part of this history is documented in Front of House: Steve Koress and Chicago Punk’s...
  • EXPO CHICAGO starting to take form--literally
    EXPO CHICAGO starting to take form--literally
    EXPO CHICAGO has chosen artists for IN/SITU curated by Executive Director of the Contemporary Austin Louis Grachos and IN/SITU Outside co-presented with the Chicago Park District and the Department of Cultural Affairs and Special Events.&ldquo...
  • Library of Congress exhibit honors founder of its free concerts 90 years ago
    Library of Congress exhibit honors founder of its free concerts 90 years ago
    Elizabeth Sprague Coolidge, whose endowment has funded 90 years of magnificent free "Concerts from the Library of Congress" and commissioned more than 100 great works of music, is honored in a free exhibit there.Her legacy certainly...
  • Summer Cinema
    Movies and more Los Angeles August events
    This August Los Angeles is hosting various cultural and musical exhibits that will showcase old-school music and nostalgic television shows.WestwoodKnown for its hip and popular exhibits, Hammer Lectures presents: Behind the Groove: From Soul...
  • Shooting for conservation
    Academy photo exhibit opens window on natural world
    Photographing wildlife isn’t easy. The best international photographers spend hours waiting in covered blinds to get shots of endangered animals, trekking through the mountains to get the right shot of a rare bird or worrying that a pride of...
  • The Alamo, symbol of the Texas Revolution
    Catch this popular exhibit at the Dallas Historical Society before it ends
    Don't miss the opportunity to see authentic artifacts from "Texas in the Time of Revolution," an exhibit displaying historic items that survived the battles between Mexico and Texas in 1836. Among the artifacts on display are the...
  • Cleveland Museum of Art announces Muhammad Shah’s Persian Tent Exhibit
    Cleveland Museum of Art announces Muhammad Shah’s Persion Tent Exhibit
    From the year 1834 to 1848 during ther Qajar dynasty, Iran was ruled by Muhammad Shah. One of the symbles of his enourmous wealth was a Royal Persion Tent.In a recent acquisition, the Cleveland Museum of Art has obtained this very tent and this...
  • Rubik's Cube
    How do you solve the Rubik's Cube? The Great Lakes Science Center
    How do you solve the Rubik's Cube? I have absolutely no idea. My grandparents used to have one. I came very close to solving it one day in my teens. But, I just could not get that darn cube to turn some of the green and red squares to match up...
  • Art events sweep across America from summer to fall
    Art events sweep across America from summer to fall
    New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art on 1000 Fifth Avenue celebrates the 25th anniversary of the signing of the Americans with Disabilities Act by offering film screenings, multisensory experiences and guided tours for people with and...
  • SPY! The Exhibit
    SPY The Exhibit coming next week to the Rivercenter Mall
    There’s an exciting new exhibit coming to the Rivercenter Mall next week. SPY The Exhibit opens on Friday July 17, 2015 at 10a.m. and will be available only for a limited time. This exhibit is a combined effort by the CIA, FBI, the National...
  • Harper's Ferry: A Walk Though History
    Harper's Ferry: A Walk Though History
    Trips to museums can be boring unless you find the right place at the right time. In June, my friends and I took a trip back in time. We went to a place where Thomas Jefferson wrote about and John Brown made his famous stand against slavery.Harper...
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