Museums in the News – The Weird Museum Roundup

Posted by Amanda Gustin on December 26, 2010 in museums in the news |

Welcome to the fifth Museums in the News roundup.

Canadian Museum Backs Smithsonian Protest (National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada; National Portrait Gallery, Washington, DC)

Disney gets weird (proposed movie based on a Disney theme park attraction called “Museum of the Weird”)

How much was street artist Blu paid for whitewashed MOCA mural? (Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, California)

Mastodon to be moved, gently and in pieces (Ohio Historical Society, Columbus, Ohio)

Immerse yourself in barbed wire at Devil’s Rope Museum (Devil’s Rope Museum, McLean, Texas)

Behind the scenes at the museum (Charleston Museum, Charleston, South Carolina)

Lemieux lends memorabilia to museum for Winter Classic (Heinz History Center, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania)

New license plates to benefit museum (Farm and Ranch Heritage Museum, Las Cruces, New Mexico)

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