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Museums in the News

Posted by Amanda Gustin on August 21, 2011 in museums in the news |

Welcome to our weekly roundup of museums in the news! So sorry to have missed last week; we’ll try to make up for it with this week’s selections.

Police: Woman Attacks Art At DC Museum Again

Dutch city settles on looted Jan Steen painting

Nitrate negatives – museum to copy, destroy unsafe items

Archive Of Sorrow: Traveling Museum Displays Remnants Of Failed Relationships

Va slavery museum group misses tax deadline

Walton-backed museum sends ripples across USA

MFA asks early birds to pay $200 to see ‘Clock’

Ted Williams Exhibit Opens at The Sports Museum at TD Garden

More sites named for museum’s InsideOut program

Amazon’s Bezos Donates Big to Seattle Museum

British Museum gets in the manga business

How This Entrepreneur Created The National Pinball Museum

Museum of Bad Art continues to attract visitors to Boston, but don’t go if you’re an art lover…

Japanese-American Internment Camp Site Reopens as Museum

Misleading take on museum’s milestone

Inside the Oscar Museum’s Past Troubles and Uncertain Future

Folk Art Museum Considers Closing

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