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6
Dec
Iron Age Remains from Orkney Analyzed - Archaeology
ORKNEY, SCOTLAND--BBC News reports that researchers from the University of the Highlands and Islands have analyzed a human jaw containing two worn teeth that was discovered earlier this year in a broch, or fortified roundhouse, at a site known as ...
Source:  Archaeology

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6
Dec
Anthropology offers new minor in archaeology - Miami Student
The Department of Anthropology is offering Miami students a new minor in archaeology as of Nov. 21, when it was approved by the University Senate. Archaeology is one of four sub-fields of anthropology offered at Miami and has been growing in popularity ...
Source:  Miami Student

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6
Dec
Orange Resident Jeremy Moss Named Curator of SOPAC Iris ... - The Village Green
The South Orange Performing Arts Center is delighted to announce the recent appointment of Jeremy Moss as the curator for the Herb & Milly Iris Gallery, ...
Source:  The Village Green

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6
Dec
Berlin Biennale appoints SA curator Gabi Ngcobo - Mail & Guardian
The recent appointment of Gabi Ngcobo as the curator of the upcoming 8th Berlin Biennale should come as no surprise to those who have paid attention to her trajectory. The announcement coincided with her involvement in the 32nd São Paulo Bienal, ...
Source:  Mail & Guardian

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6
Dec
Genealogical society to host museum curator for presentation on Waukesha - Waukesha Now
Waukesha County Genealogical Society (WCGS) will host an evening with Bonnie Byrd, Waukesha County Museum Curator, Dec. 7. Byrd will present a program on "who" and "what" started the early settlement of Waukesha county. Byrd's program will include ...
Source:  Waukesha Now

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6
Dec
New York's Natural History Museum Curator Resigns Following Sexual Misconduct Investigations - artnet News
Paleontologist Brian Richmond resigned from his position as curator of human origins of New York's American Museum of Natural History (AMNH) yesterday following two years of speculation. Recommended Reading. Climate Change-Denier David Koch Is ...
Source:  artnet News

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6
Dec
How museums help keep Pearl Harbor history alive - Press-Enterprise
There was no shortage of military representatives at the Planes of Fame museum's Pearl Harbor Day commemoration, but few of the veterans who were there to see the Japanese planes roar out of the Pacific and decimate the U.S. naval fleet that day are ...
Source:  Press

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6
Dec
For Its Whitney Biennial Project, Occupy Museums Is Calling on Artists in Debt to Share Their Experiences - ARTnews
For Stress, Fear, and Anxiety Bundle (2015), Occupy Museums grouped work by artists who included the words "stress," "fear," and "anxiety" in their Debtfair applications. The piece includes work by Amy Beth Wright, Katherine Culbertson, Marc Newsome, ...
Source:  ARTnews

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6
Dec
Morris County events calendar: Museums, parties, lectures, etc - Daily Record
RANDOLPH/MORRISTOWN. The Morris Museum is hosting the Portfolio Exhibit of design and fine art pieces created by students at County College of Morris (CCM). The exhibition, consisting of works produced by students taking Portfolio classes through ...
Source:  Daily Record

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6
Dec
'I Have Marks To Make': Telfair Museums' Jepson Center pays tribute to the therapeutic aspects of art - WSAV-TV
There's a very special exhibit at the Telfair Museums' Jepson Center in Savannah, and it was created to give back to the community and show the life-changing effects art can have on all our lives. It's called 'I Have Marks To Make', and it showcases ...
Source:  WSAV

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