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20
Aug
Edward G. Leffingwell, Curator, Dies at 72 - New York Times
Edward G. Leffingwell, a critic and curator who organized three important exhibitions at MoMA/P.S. 1 in Long Island City, Queens -- most notably a survey of the experimental filmmaker Jack Smith -- and who as director of the Los Angeles Municipal Art ...
Source:  New York Times

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20
Aug
Historian Reflects On Michael Brown And Dred Scott - WBUR
Demonstrators display signs during a protest on West Florissant Avenue in Ferguson, Missouri on August 18, 2014. Police fired tear gas in another night of unrest in a Missouri town where a white police officer shot and killed an unarmed black teenager.
Source:  WBUR

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20
Aug
Outdoor-indoor line blurs at renovated Roots flagship store - Toronto Star
So familiar it's easily overlooked, the store boasts a notable architectural history. Originally a Victorian residence, the building was converted in 1924 into an establishment called the Diet Kitchen Tea Room, which became a local salon of sorts for ...
Source:  indoor line blurs at renovated Roots flagship store

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19
Aug
Council appoints two to Charlottesville Planning Commission; reappoints Keller - Charlottesville Tomorrow
He received a bachelor of architecture from Virginia Tech in 1975 and a masters in architectural history from U.Va in 1982. He has been on the board of directors at Camp Holiday Trails since 2007 and has been on the State Review Board of the Virginia ...
Source:  Charlottesville Tomorrow

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19
Aug
Verde Valley Archaeology Center receives conservation qualification - cvbugle
The mission of the Verde Valley Archaeology Center is to preserve archaeological sites and collections, to curate the collections locally, and to foster a deeper understanding of prehistory and American Indian history in the Sedona/Verde Valley area ...
Source:  cvbugle

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19
Aug
Liz Smith: The 'Archaeology' of Sally Kirkland - Boston Herald
And so it was with a great deal of interest I approached her 2012 film "Archaeology of a Woman," which will debut at the Village East Cinema next month in New York. Sally's people sent me a DVD, and the actress herself, who knows I admire her, wrote me ...
Source:  Boston Herald

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19
Aug
Archaeology Center Near Sedona Receives Conservation Qualification - GatewayToSedona.com
The mission of the Verde Valley Archaeology Center is to preserve archaeological sites and collections, to curate the collections locally, and to foster a deeper understanding of prehistory and American Indian history in the Sedona/Verde Valley area ...
Source:  GatewayToSedona.com

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19
Aug
Bill Smith: The Man, the Myth, the … Curator? - Street Rodder Magazine
Jim Schuman, the museum's first curator, restored it. It's easy to understand why it's Smith's favorite: it's beautiful. Thomas converted a lot of T, A, and B engines, but most retained plank heads. The overhead cam design with the attendant inspection ...
Source:  Street Rodder Magazine

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19
Aug
The Kumasi Hub Curator Heads To Geneva - spyghana.com
Ms. Rosalin Abigail Kyere-Nartey the Curator of the Kumasi Hub of the Global Shapers of the World Economic Forum will be representing the Kumasi Hub at the Annual Curators Meeting scheduled from August 21st -25th 2014 in Geneva, Switzerland.
Source:  spyghana.com

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19
Aug
Suspect Confesses to Brutal Beating of German Curator - artnet News
A 33-year-old suspect in the 2012 attack on visitors and officials at Germany's Kunsthaus Erfurt confessed to have brutally beaten curator Dirk Teschner, the dpa reports. The unnamed man admitted his guilt at the start of a trial in which he and six ...
Source:  artnet News

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