What: DISTINGUISHED LECTURE IN ART OF THE ANCIENT AMERICAS Food of Power: The History of Chocolate among the Ancient Maya
A Snowman Cares for our Memory of Water: Mary Ann Papanek-Miller March 6 – June 13, 2009 Artist Reception and Gallery Talk: March 6, 5-8 PM A Snowman Cares Members Only Party: March 11, 5-7 PM
22nd Annual Protégé High School Art Competition and Exhibition Reception and Awards Ceremony 6 p.m., Thursday, February 26 Works on view at AMSET February 27 – March 29, 2009
The Garden of Eden: The 20th Anniversary of Art Blooms – march 5-8 Art Blooms complements the museum’s current special exhibition The Saint John’s Bible: A Modern Vision through Medieval Methods
A unique photographic portrait: Sustainable living of a former German ship officer in a cave at Filicudi, a small island in the middle of the Mediteranean sea as part of the group exhibition PRIMA VISIONE 2008 Milano and the World: A Year of Photography
Cartoon Art Museum Benefit: WonderCon Weekend Party Cartoon Art Museum Event: Friday, February 27, 2009 from 8pm to 11pm Tickets: Sliding scale from $10 to $35
New Rembrandt Peale Portrait in Focus Show at the Walters Art Museum, March 4–August 23 Exhibition will explore the mystery of the sitter’s identity In celebration of a recent gift to the museum by a Maryland family, the Walters Art Museum presents the focus show, Rembrandt Peale’s Portrait of John Meer: A New Addition to […]
The Photographs of Homer Page: The Guggenheim Year, New York, 1949-50 Rare Photographs from the Nelson-Atkins’ Hallmark Collection to be Displayed
Exhibition Explores Artistic Exchange between Germany and America
Transatlantic: American Artists in Germany
Jan. 24–April 26, 2009
Transatlantic: American Artists in Germany, presented at the Frye Art Museum from January 24 through April 26, 2009, brings together key works from the Frye Collections by some of America’s most esteemed artists, including William Merritt Chase, Albert Bierstadt, and John White Alexander, who studied or lived in Germany during the late-nineteenth and early-twentieth centuries. The exhibition is shown in conjunction with the landmark survey The Munich Secession and America, presented January 24 through April 26, 2009.
Delaware Art Museum welcomes new acquistion by Aaron Douglas in celebration of Black History Month
Exhibition Brings Video Works by Berlin Artist to Northwest
January 24—April 26, 2009
Through a solo presentation and group exhibition, the Frye Art Museum brings video works by international animation artist Nathalie Djurberg to Northwest audiences. Four recent video works by the Berlin-based video artist will be presented in Nathalie Djurberg from January 24 through April 26, followed by a group exhibition, The Puppet Show (May 16—September 13) featuring four additional works by Djurberg.