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Museums in the News

Posted by Amanda Gustin on January 22, 2012 in museums in the news |

Welcome to our weekly roundup of news stories about museums.

Interview With Herb Tam of Museum of Chinese in America

Ammunition meant death in nation’s bloodiest war

American masters get new life at NYC’s Met museum

American art takes the stage at the Louvre with focus on landscape painting

Researchers, tribes clash over Native bones

Renzo Piano gets museum airborne

Back to school at a beloved museum

Rockford Art Museum curator plans more collaborations

Lawyer fights museum for Kevorkian art

renzo piano: isabella stewart gardner museum opens in boston

Adding sound to Children’s Museum exhibits

Saab museum up for sale as part of automaker’s liquidation

Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum in Ohio opens library and archives to the public

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