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February 19, 2019 - March 20, 2019
Saturday, February 23, 2019
01:30 PM - 02:30 PM
The Bay Model: A Bay Area Oracle External Event Page
Sausalito, California
In commemoration of Engineer Week, this program is dedicated to the USACE San Francisco District's construction of the Bay Model. This former one-of-kind scientific, hydrodynamic, engineering testing facility has accurately produced water related predictions for almost a half century. Although retired now, its story is part of the districts amazing legacy. Join Ranger Linda for more on this story.
For more information, please call 415-332-3871 or email
Tuesday, February 26, 2019
06:00 PM - 07:00 PM
Medical Museum Science Cafe: Minimally Invasive Cardiology in the 21st Century External Event Page
Silver Spring, Maryland
Join cardiologists from the Walter Reed National Military Medical Center to learn about innovations in cardiovascular care in military medicine.
For more information, please call 301-319-3313
07:00 PM - 09:00 PM
Keiko's Legacy: What We Learned From the True Story of Free Willy Charles Vinick - American Cetacean Society - SF Bay Chapter  External Event Page
Sausalito, California
The project to return the Free Willy whale, Keiko, to his birth waters near Iceland emanated from thousands of letters sent by children demanding that the star of Free Willy be set free. Charles will share his experience of four years managing that project in Vestmannaeyjar Iceland and discuss how the knowledge gained from Keiko informs the work of the Whale Sanctuary Project. ///// ABOUT CHARLES VINICK: Executive Director, The Whale Sanctuary Project. A member of the Whale Sanctuary Project Board of Directors since mid-2016, Charles brings a unique blend of leadership and experience to his role as Executive Director. With a solid background in business that includes extensive experience in ocean policy, environmental policy, project management and government relations, Charles is no stranger to ambitious, visionary, ocean-related projects. /// Mr. Vinick previously worked for the Cousteau family for over 25 years managing their ocean-related activities with positions as Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer of Ocean Futures Society, Vice President of the Cousteau Society, and Fonde de Pouvoir of Parc Oceanique Cousteau in Paris, France. His experience has afforded him the privilege of being in the wild with whales, including in his capacity as director of the program to return Keiko (the Free Willy whale) to the wild, as well as in his role as producer of Cousteau films. Before joining the Whale Sanctuary Project, Charles served as CEO of two environmental technology companies, Florida-based Ecosphere Technologies, Inc., and Aquantis, Inc. in Santa Barbara. //// Locally, in Santa Barbara California, Charles has also served as CEO of the Santa Barbara City College Foundation and is a founding Board member of Heal the Ocean. He has received commendations from the White House for his work with youth education and from the Los Angeles City Council for community environmentalism. Charles currently also serves on the Board of Directors of Heal the Ocean and Ocean Futures Society.
Donations are encouraged, $10 general, $5 students
For more information, please call 415-332-3871 or email
Friday, March 1, 2019
06:00 PM - 08:30 PM
The Brilliance of Jane Austen by Dr. Elliot Engel External Event Page
Venue: NC State University Club
The Joel Lane Museum House and Dr. Elliot Engel present "The Brilliance of Jane Austen" on March 1, 2019. All proceeds will go to the Joel Lane Museum House. Professor Engel emphasizes that Jane Austen is the first great woman author in our language. He also singles out and explores the multiple perfections within her novels which have made her one of the most enduring and endearing British writers of all time. Originally from Indianapolis, Indiana, Dr. Elliot Engel now lives in Raleigh, North Carolina, where he has taught at the University of North Carolina, North Carolina State University, and Duke University. He earned his M.A. and Ph.D. as a Woodrow Wilson Fellow at UCLA. While at UCLA he won that university?s Outstanding Teacher Award. Dr. Engel has written ten books published in England, Japan, Turkey, and the United States. His mini-lecture series on Charles Dickens ran on PBS television stations around the country. His articles have appeared in numerous newspapers and national magazines including Newsweek. He has lectured throughout the United States and on all the continents including Antarctica. Four plays which he has written have been produced during the last ten years. In 2009, he was inducted into the Royal Society of Arts in England for his academic work and service in promoting Charles Dickens.
Tickets are $37.00 each, and can be purchased via Eventbrite or by phone.
For more information, please call 919-833-3431 or email
Saturday, March 9, 2019
09:00 AM - 04:00 PM
Battle of Hampton Roads Day External Event Page
Newport News, Virginia
This famous Civil War Battle changed modern naval history forever. When the Union ironclad USS Monitor fought the Confederate ironclad CSS Virginia to a draw, it proved the supremacy of iron over wood. In honor of the battle’s 157th anniversary, the Museum will host a day-long event filled with family-friendly programming and activities! Free activities include: Reenactors featuring the Tidewater Maritime Living History Association /// In-gallery storytelling and interpretation in the USS Monitor Center /// Abraham Lincoln, among other costumed interpreters /// Music of the time period /// Coffee with the cook /// Period games /// And, more!
FREE with $1 Admission
For more information, please call 757-596-2222 or email
06:30 PM - 09:00 PM
History Bites External Event Page
Newport News, Virginia
A food-tasting event of HISTORIC proportions! Hampton Roads’ top restaurants, caterers, and culinary schools will prepare their best interpretations of 19th-century dishes at this fan-favorite event. Guests can sip and savor while mingling with others—including Abraham Lincoln—and vote for favorite entrees, sides and desserts. Dozens of delicious dishes will be enjoyed throughout the evening. Cooks will compete for the coveted Cast-Iron Skillet Awards, including People’s Choice and Judge’s Choice.
$35/Museum Members; $45/General admission
For more information, please call 757-596-2222 or email
Sunday, March 10, 2019
09:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Friendly Hours External Event Page
Newport News, Virginia
Have a family member, friend, or loved one that needs a tailored museum experience? Join us for Friendly Hours on the second Sunday of each month. Friendly Hours is an inclusive time where guests with mobility, cognitive, or physical challenges can experience the Museum in a less crowded environment with reduced sound and lighting. Friendly Hours will be from 9 - 11 a.m. before the Museum opens to the public. Space is limited, so please register in advance to let us know you are coming.
Free with $1 admission!
For more information, please call 757-596-2222 or email
Saturday, March 16, 2019
10:00 AM - 02:00 PM
Brain Awareness Day External Event Page
Silver Spring, Maryland
Explore the exciting world of neuroscience! Join brain scientists, researchers, clinicians, and museum educators and enjoy interactive demonstrations and exhibits about the brain. ///// Learn about prevention and treatment of traumatic brain injury! Discover how a real brain works! All ages welcome. //// This event is free with no registration required. Request ADA accommodations five business days in advance at (301) 319-3303 or by email to:
For more information, please call 301-319-3303


Sat, September 1, 2018 - Sun, September 1, 2019
Please Check our Exhibition Schedule External Event Page
Spartanburg, South Carolina
Please check our website for the current and future Exhibitions at our Gallery.
Fri, October 19, 2018 - Sat, March 2, 2019
Charleston, South Carolina
Southbound embraces the conundrum of its name. To be southbound is to journey to a place in flux, radically transformed over recent decades, yet also to the place where the past resonates most insistently in the United States. To be southbound is also to confront the weight of preconceived notions about this place, thick with stereotypes, encoded in the artistic, literary, and media records. Southbound engages with and unsettles assumed narratives about this contested region by providing fresh perspectives for understanding the complex admixture of history, geography, and culture that constitutes today’s New South. Southbound: Photographs of and about the New South is an unprecedented photography exhibition co-curated by Mark Sloan, director and chief curator of the Halsey Institute of Contemporary Art, and Mark Long, professor of political science, both of whom are on the faculty of the College of Charleston, in South Carolina. Southbound is supported by the National Endowment for the Arts and the Robert Mapplethorpe Foundation. The exhibition will debut simultaneously at the Halsey Institute of Contemporary Art and the City Gallery at Waterfront Park.
Tue, January 22 - Fri, March 8, 2019
The Neoclassical Gaze: Myth and Reality of Ancient Sculpture  External Event Page
Waco, Texas
The Martin Museum of Art at Baylor University is pleased to announce the opening of our 2019 exhibition year with The Neoclassical Gaze: Myth and Reality of Ancient Sculpture from January 22 through March 8, 2019. This exhibition features Wilhelm Gottlieb Becker’s Augusteum (1804-1811), a three-volume publication of engravings illustrating ancient Greek and Roman sculpture. These engravings will be displayed alongside plaster cast reproductions of ancient sculpture on loan from the Blanton Museum of Art, The University of Texas at Austin. These compelling works will be examined from the perspectives of both the ancient world, as well as that of the Neoclassical Revival at the turn of the nineteenth century, as presented by guest curators, Baylor Art Historians, Dr. Sean DeLouche and Dr. Nathan Elkins. The Augusteum is a grand publication dedicated to the ancient sculpture collected by Augustus II, the Prince Elector of Saxony, in Dresden, Germany, during the mid-eighteenth century. Published in German and French editions from 1804 to 1811, and again in 1837, the books, Augusteum, Dresdens antike Denkmäler enthaltend and Augusteum, ou Description des Monumens Antiques qui se trouvent à Dresde, include elaborate textual descriptions of the sculptures accompanied by 154 intricate engravings. Most of the illustrations depict sculptural figures from both front and back views. Beginning in 1723, Augustus II established the “Collection of Antique and Modern Sculptures” as part of his larger campaign to transform Dresden into a center for art and architecture in Germany. Many of the works he acquired came from the Chigi and Albani collections of Italy, whose antiquities originated predominantly from excavations in Rome and surrounding archeological sites. The Dresden Collection, currently housed in the historic Albertinum Museum in Dresden, is one of the oldest collections of ancient sculpture found outside Italy.
Tue, January 29 - Sat, February 23, 2019
Trees, Paper, Styx - Art Exhibition External Event Page
Sausalito, California
Linda Colnett's art has long been inspired by nature, and in particular trees. A recurring theme in her work involves the paradox of the many benefits humans derive from trees - oxygen, shelter, food, clothing, medicines, fuel and other materials - versus the devastating impact of deforestation around the world. The process is often an evolution from photographs to paintings, paintings to prints or to mixed media and sculpture. This series is a tribute to the products that are derived from trees, as in wood panels, wooden dowels, and paper.
For more information, please call 415-332-3871 or email
Sat, February 2 - Mon, February 25, 2019
Black History Month Series External Event Page
Newport News, Virginia
Join The Mariners' Museum and Park during the month of February as we celebrate Black History Month through programs, living history, lectures, and hands-on activities for children and adults.
Free with $1 Admission
For more information, please call 757-596-2222 or email
Fri, February 15 - Sat, March 30, 2019
Mississippi Museums Association’s 2019 Annual Conference  External Event Page
Meridian, Mississippi
Venue: Mississippi Industrial Heritage Museum, Meridian, 2019
Annual Conference and Meeting – Held each February/March, the annual meeting provides networking opportunities, learn about the value of museums and informative workshops. PLEASE CHECK THE ASSOCIATION WEBSITE FOR A FINAL DATE.
Sun, February 17 - Tue, February 19, 2019
Small Museum Association 2019 Annual Conference External Event Page
College Park, Maryland
Venue: The Hotel at the University of MD
Thank you for your interest in the 35th Annual Small Museum Association Conference on February 17 – 19, 2019. This year our theme is Agents of Change: Leadership in Small Museums and we want to help put your business and organization on the map to small museums and professionals in the field who could use your resources to assist them in navigating a variety of situations and budgets.
For more information, please email .
Sat, February 23 - Fri, August 30, 2019
Seizing the Moment: The Evolution in Action Photography External Event Page
Newport News, Virginia
The Evolution of Action Photography will feature never before seen images from The Horace Havemeyer III Collection along with work by contemporary photographers, showing the evolution of marine photography from a documentary approach to more of an artistic perspective. The Havemeyer Collection includes gelatin silver prints by early 20th-century master marine photographers Edwin Levick and Morris Rosenfeld, as well as work by others. ///// Levick and Rosenfeld pushed the limits of the photographic medium, capturing exciting, point-of-view images over a nine-year span. Levick’s work often placed the viewer squarely on deck, seemingly as part of the action, while Rosenfeld worked for Levick before he opened his own studio in 1910. ///// This one of a kind maritime collection was donated to The Mariners’ Museum in 2015 as a significant gift in memory of Horace Havemeyer III, a native of New York and an avid sailor. Havemeyer’s grandfather purchased these photographs from Levick; and over the years, they were passed down to his son and then grandson, Horace III, who founded Metropolis magazine in 1981. He served as its president until his death in 2014. His wife, Eugenie C. Havemeyer, is now at the helm of this publication, which is considered the vanguard of architecture and design today.
Free with $1 Admission
For more information, please call 757-596-2222 or email
Sun, February 24 - Tue, February 26, 2019
Alabama Museums Association 2019 Annual Conference External Event Page
Montgomery, Alabama
Venue: Hampton Inn & Suites Downtown Montgomery
Telling Our Stories: The 2019 Annual Meeting is happening February 24-26 in Montgomery, but start planning now! Share your work and ideas with us! Start planning your trip! The host hotel is the Hampton Inn & Suites Downtown Montgomery. Rooms are $109 plus taxes/per night.
Sun, February 24 - Thu, February 28, 2019
Public Land Alliance 2019 Conference and Trade Show External Event Page
Denver, Colorado
Venue: Denver - Sheraton Denver Downtown
We invite you to join us in Denver, CO, this February 24 - February 28, 2019, for a week's worth of learning and connecting with the public lands community. This annual gathering brings together public land nonprofits and land management agency representatives for shared learning experiences, high-level discussions, and opportunities to build relationships with those in the public lands industry. Note: Exhibitors Sold Out
For more information, please call 301-946-9475
Fri, March 8 - Sun, March 10, 2019
Museum Association of Montana's 50th Annual Conference.  External Event Page
Helena, Montana
Venue: Radisson Colonial Hotel
Community and Collaboration: MAM will hosts an annual conference for 2019 to benefit Museums across the state of Montana with valuable information dedicated just towards Museums. From a quarterly newsletter, to technical workshops, annual awards, conference scholarships and more, the Museums Association of Montana is dedicated to providing you with up-to-date information by keeping you informed.
Wed, March 20 - Fri, March 22, 2019
South Carolina Federation of Museums 2019 Conference External Event Page
The location for the 2019 Conference is Horry County, SC. Please contact the Association for more details. /// We invite you to consider supporting SCFM’s annual conference. Your support of our conference allows us to grow the organization and promote strong relationships between SC museums and other cultural institutions within SCFM. We have several opportunities for you to consider listed below that help make our conference a success. If you cannot pledge the full amount to a sponsorship, we would gladly accept a partial sponsorship for the opportunity in which you are interested. You
Wed, March 20 - Fri, March 22, 2019
Tennessee Association of Museums 2019 Conference  External Event Page
Clarksville, Tennessee
Venue: The Riverview Inn
Community engagement is not a new topic for museums. John Cotton Dana wrote over 100 years ago that “Learn what aid the community needs: fit the museum to those needs.” (1917). Today, more than ever, museums rely on their local communities as resources vital to the sustainability of our institutions. They provide financial support, volunteer time, rich stories about community history, beautiful art for exhibit installations, and more. This year’s conference will focus on the question: How can museums in Tennessee better cultivate these valuable community resources, connect to new audiences in our backyard, and use them to become more sustainable institutions? ///// In 2019 as TAM gathers near the river in Clarksville, the sessions and evening outings to local museums allow time to discuss issues related to using our local resources to advance our missions within our communities. Get ideas on how to cultivate and connect to your community from the Customs House Museum & Cultural Center, Austin Peay State University, Fort Defiance Civil War Park and Interpretive Center, Historic Collinsville, and the Don F. Pratt Museum at Fort Campbell. Connecting to community is critical for sustainability for cultural institutions. Let’s gather in Clarksville as a museum community to share successes, learn from failures, and gain valuable information on how to make our institutions critical community assets.

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