Museums in the News

Posted by Amanda Gustin on November 13, 2011 in museums in the news |

Welcome to our weekly museums in the news roundup!

NYC museum celebrates navy yard’s history

Private museum a reflection of China’s growing prosperity

Boston Tea Party Museum cuts out local sculptors

Brooklyn museum known for stirring controversy will show film of ants crawling on crucifix

The Blue and Gray: North Alabama Civil War museum home to one of the largest privately owned collections

A hinterland beauty: Moshe Safdie and some intelligent curatorial work have produced a rural gem

Exploring Bentonville, Arkansas, Home Of The Crystal Bridges Museum Of American Art

Denver’s Coup: An Art Museum Devoted to America’s Forgotten Master

Navy museum receives 111 year old pudding from the Boer War

Bringing the War Home

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