Wed, January 1 - Thu, December 31, 2020
Monthly 2nd Sunday Friendly Hours for a family member, friend, or loved one that needs a tailored museum experience?
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. ///// Space is limited, so please register in advance to let us know you are coming. ////// PLEASE NOTE: This is a recurring event that takes place on the second Sunday of every month. Hours are 9AM-11AM from January through May, and September through December. Hours change in the summer for May, June and July from 5PM-7PM.
$1 per person - Space is limited, so please register in advance to let us know you are coming.
Sat, January 25 - Thu, December 31, 2020
Things to See - Vigo Women Vote:
Terre Haute, Indiana
Things to See - Vigo Women Vote: 100 Years!
Special Exhibit Gallery through 12.31.2020
Mon, March 2 - Mon, December 28, 2020
Maritime Mondays - Every Monday at 10:30 AM
Newport News, Virginia
Designed for children 18 months to 8 years. FREE with $1 Museum admission.
Fun for both children and parents! Join us every Monday morning for engaging activities with your children as they learn how we are all connected to the world’s waters with story time and a craft. This program is designed for children from 18 months to 8 years.
This program is included in the $1 Museum admission. FREE for Mariners' Museum Members.
Thu, June 4 - Thu, December 31, 2020
WheatonArts Family Art Workshops
Millville, New Jersey
Have fun creating and learning from home with a collection of WheatonArts Family Art Workshop video tutorials! Great for all skill levels and ages, each tutorial is paired with engaging discussion questions and links for further learning. A new video is added every week!
Fri, June 12 - Thu, December 31, 2020
Millville, New Jersey
This exhibit in the Down Jersey Folklife Center at WheatonArts explores commonly shared topics among South Jersey cultures, such as beliefs, stories, legends, rituals, and occupational traditions. Interpreted through objects, archives, and educational programs are three major themes: 1. Becoming Someone Else - the use of masks in rituals and celebrations of various cultures; 2. Learning from a Master - featuring South Jersey artists who have participated in the Folk Art Apprenticeship Program of the New Jersey State Council on the Arts; 3. Behind the Story - exploring how legends, stories, and beliefs of these diverse communities become visualized in artworks. ///// The exhibition reflects our region's extremely diverse community and aims to bring together artists and audiences of multiple cultural backgrounds in shared artistic experiences. Extensions of the exhibit include educational activities, on-site projects, video screenings, and round table discussions. ///// Due to the ongoing COVID-19 situation, please check our website at www.wheatonarts.org for updates about reopening and exhibit times. Thank you.
Wed, June 17 - Thu, December 31, 2020
People, Place, Process: 50 Years of Glassmaking at WheatonArts
Millville, New Jersey
Venue: Wheaton Arts and Culture Center
This exhibition in the Museum of American Glass focuses on the evolution of WheatonArts as a vital arts organization! Honoring 50 years of glassmakers at the Center, visitors will discover collaborations that artfully combine vision, artifacts that serve as muse, and the tools that connect skills across time.
Looking at the history of WheatonArts as represented by the collection of the Museum of American Glass, one can see themes of creativity reflected through people, place, and process. Combined, these themes and the artworks that exemplify them, tell a story of the exploration of creativity specific to WheatonArts. ///// This exhibition displays artworks and artifacts from the collection of the Museum. Through these tangible pieces, we hope to convey the intangible qualities that make WheatonArts a creative sanctuary - the people who allow creativity to flourish, the place steeped in the glassmaking tradition, and the process of balancing skill with vision. //// Due to the ongoing COVID-19 situation, please check our website at www.wheatonarts.org for updates about reopening and exhibit times. Thank you.
Fri, June 19 - Thu, December 31, 2020
WWII-FOCUSED EXHIBIT, FIGHT TO THE FINISH: THE FINAL YEAR PREMIERS FATHER?S DAY WEEKEND AT THE LONE STAR FLIGHT MUSEUM
2020 marks the 75th anniversary of the end of World War II and likely the last milestone for most of those that served in uniform. On Friday, June 19, to commemorate significant events and celebrate the Allied victory in World War II, The Lone Star Flight Museum will premier an originally curated exhibit called, Fight to the Finish, 1945: The Final Year. //// After years of combat, the Allied forces finally closed in on Germany and Japan. By 1945, some of the largest and most powerful air raids in history were bringing a decisive end to World War II. In Europe, in the Pacific, and at home, American men and women gave everything to defeat the Axis Powers. The Fight to the Finish exhibit explores the air war that final year and the road to victory. //// The exhibit, created by LSFM, features wartime images, a historical timeline, personal accounts and rare wartime artifacts from the Lone Star Flight Museum archives including bomb pins from 30 missions that
include data about each flight, a flak jacket with holes from shrapnel during an airstrike, a Kamikaze pilot helmet and many more. //// 'The Art of Persuasion" - Once again, highlighting the wide-ranging archives of the Lone Star Flight Museum, a 20-piece World War II original poster exhibition will be on display throughout the Waltrip Hangar as part of the Fight to the Finish program. When the U.S. entered World War II, posters were produced by the thousands to rally support on the home front, encourage participation in the war efforts, and in some cases, highlight the consequences of
non-support. The poster campaigns of WWII were mass produced from paintings, drawings and artful interpretations by hundreds of artists from around the country. The display gives a glimpse into the climate of the nation during WWII and how the power of persuasion and propaganda messaging was used on the home front and on the front lines.The exhibition of rare original posters was made possible by collector and Lone Star Flight Museum volunteer
and pilot Tim Hahn. "The Art of Pers
Tickets to the museum are available online or at the museum ticket desk. Now through June 30, 2020 discounted tickets available at $5 for children ages 4-11,
and $10 for adults 12 and up. Children under the age of 4 are free. No other discounts or coupons can be
applied to this special ticket offer. Memberships are also currently available at a discounted rate.
The museum currently has social distancing guidelines in place for all visitors and members.
Thu, October 8 - Thu, December 17, 2020
NEW CAM PROGRAM SERIES: REMUSEUM 2020
Santa Cruz, California
Venue: Virtual: Thursdays at 12:00pm PDT, October 8–December 17, 2020
Recover. Reimagine. Revive. What does ReMuseum mean to you? Join these virtual conversations to delve deeply into the challenges that the museum field is currently facing and how our field can move forward. Each week will feature a special guest with knowledge or experience to help us consider new perspectives. Come ready to dialogue! CAM is the California Association of Museums.
FREE for CAM Members; $5 for Non-members
Mon, November 30 - Wed, December 2, 2020
2020 International Conference of Indigenous Archives, Libraries, and Museums
Washington, District of Columbia
Venue: Renaissance Hotel, Downtown Washington, DC
The conference hotel is the Renaissance Washington, DC Downtown Hotel, 999 9th Street NW, Washington, DC. Discounted room rates are $189 until Tuesday, October 16 or the block is full. Book early to ensure you receive the discount