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Sep
Curator Adam Welch talks about the 2014 Pittsburgh Biennial - Pittsburgh Post Gazette
"It's an evolving process," said Adam Welch, arts center and Pittsburgh Filmmakers curator and biennial curator for those locations. This edition is twice as big as the last one, he noted, but "the undercurrent has to be about Pittsburgh artists ...
Source:  Pittsburgh Post Gazette

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17
Sep
MU Museum of Anthropology curator sets world record - Columbia Missourian
Candy Sall, associate curator for the MU Museum of Anthropology, shoots an arrow at the U.S. National Flight Championship on Saturday, Aug. 30. Sall set a world record of 244.55 meters, beating the previous record of 207 meters. Courtesey of MU News ...
Source:  Columbia Missourian

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17
Sep
Museums Should Institute No-Photo Hour, British Arts Executive Suggests - Hyperallergic
One month after the big news that London's National Gallery now allows visitors to take photographs, the head of Arts Council England has proposed that museums institute a special hour every day when picture-taking is banned. "Let's allow it, but let's ...
Source:  Photo Hour, British Arts Executive Suggests

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17
Sep
Gov. Chris Christie draws comparison to Teddy Roosevelt from historian Doris ... - The Times, Trenton - NJ.com
LAWRENCE - New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie bears some resemblance, both in temperament and juxtaposition to the Republican party, to Theodore Roosevelt, presidential historian Doris Kearns Goodwin said Tuesday. Before Goodwin spoke at Rider ...
Source:  The Times, Trenton

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17
Sep
Historian identifies 350 confederate soldiers - WBIR-TV
A historian in Georgia used records from the University of Tennessee and several other universities to identify the names of 350 unknown confederate soldiers. Historian Brad Quinlin said he found the names of some of the buried soldiers after he ...
Source:  WBIR

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17
Sep
At Rider, historian Doris Kearns Goodwin touches on Lincoln, leadership and ... - The Times, Trenton - NJ.com
LAWRENCE - Rider University kicked off a yearlong celebration of its past Tuesday by enlisting the help of an award-winning presidential historian. As the university officially began its 150th anniversary festivities, Doris Kearns Goodwin, author of ...
Source:  The Times, Trenton

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17
Sep
Keeneland Library Lecture Series Returns Sept 23-24 - Horse Racing Nation
The book is an architectural history of the race track, the oldest sporting venue in the U.S.. Following both presentations, guests may stay for a reception and book-signing with Roberts. A limited number of copies of Racecourse Architecture and The ...
Source:  24

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16
Sep
Documenting the utopian home of the homeless - The Concordian (subscription)
A filmmaker, author, and ethnographer in addition to his sociology professorship, Weissman can't really be placed in a box. His dissertation, "Spaces, Places and States of Mind: a pragmatic ethnography of liminal critique," looks at the United States ...
Source:  The Concordian (subscription)

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16
Sep
Wigwam historian, devotee to give presentation on Onset landmark - Wareham Week
Wigwam historian, devotee to give presentation on Onset landmark. By Nick Walecka | Sep 15, 2014. Photo by: Nick Walecka Gerry Pearle holds a replica version of the On-I-Set Wigwam, which was used in fundraising efforts to restore the building in 1994.
Source:  Wareham Week

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16
Sep
Historian: Southern belles fought secession in Richmond County - Richmond County Daily Journal
Her great-grandson Gerald Johnson, who achieved national recognition as a historian and journalist, noted that this area produced a "singer" and a "saint." The "singer" was Poet Laureate John Charles McNeill, and the "saint" was Catharine White, said ...
Source:  Richmond County Daily Journal

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