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  • Woman with crowbar destroys blasphemous 'art'

    10/08/2010 12:49:16 PM PDT · by La Enchiladita · 59 replies · 1+ views
    Catholic Culture ^ | Oct. 8, 2010 | Staff
    A Montana woman faces criminal charges after she used a crowbar to destroy a blasphemous exhibit at a gallery in Colorado. Kathleen Folden was arrested after she smashed an exhibit that depicted Jesus in a lewd act. The exhibit, by artist Enrique Chagoya of Stanford University, had caused outrage among Christians.
  • Art Show Shares Iraqi Culture

    12/12/2008 5:30:25 PM PST · by SandRat · 2 replies · 210+ views
    Multi-National Force - Iraq ^ | Sgt. Rodney Foliente, USA
    Soldiers attached to 2nd Brigade Combat Team, 4th Infantry Division, look at paintings during an art show featuring local artists at Camp Echo, Dec. 6, 2008. Photo by Sgt. Rodney Foliente, 4th Infantry Division Public Affairs. CAMP ECHO — An art show here featuring works by Iraqi artists allowed Soldiers and contractors to learn about local culture, purchase gifts and help support local artisans, Dec. 6. One portrait of an old woman captured a passer-by; he was arrested by the soulful eyes staring back at him. Admitting he doesn’t know why, and has little knowledge of art, he liked the...
  • Womens Memorial Hosts Soldier, Marine Photo Exhibit

    05/28/2008 10:21:27 PM PDT · by SandRat · 1 replies · 41+ views
    ARLINGTON, Va., May 28, 2008 Duty, courage, camaraderie and sacrifice are on display at the Women in Military Service for America Memorial here. Navy Reserve Petty Officer 1st Class Gustavo Santa, a Gulf War and Iraq war veteran, took his children Justin, 8, and Megan, 10, to see The American Soldier: A Photographic Tribute to Soldiers and Marines exhibit on display at the Women in Military Service for America Memorial, May 26, 2008. The exhibit is on display at the memorial through Labor Day. Defense Department photo by Gerry J. Gilmore(Click photo for screen-resolution image);high-resolution image available. The...
  • Exhibit Shows Ancient Links Between Persia And Korea

    04/24/2008 7:53:38 AM PDT · by blam · 9 replies · 137+ views
    Chosun.com ^ | 4-24-2008 | Arirang News
    Exhibit Shows Ancient Links Between Persia and Korea Cultural exchange between Korea and Persia goes back more than a thousand years. Some historians say through the Silk Road, Muslim traders put the name, Shilla, Korea's ancient dynasty, on the world map. To open a window into this intriguing past, the National Museum of Korea is hosting an exhibit of Persian artifacts. "Glory of Persia" showcases the history of Persia over a span of twelve centuries when it was one of the world's biggest empires. Shilla-period artifacts such as pottery and daggers show Persian influences in the form of artistic techniques...
  • Egyptian Mummy Exhibit Is Son Of Ramesses II

    03/14/2008 9:01:05 PM PDT · by blam · 22 replies · 964+ views
    The Telegraph (UK) ^ | 3-15-2008 | Lucy Cockcroft
    Egyptian mummy exhibit is son of Ramesses II By Lucy Cockcroft Last Updated: 2:48am GMT 15/03/2008 An Egyptian mummy kept on display in a provincial museum for nearly 80 years has been identified as a son of the powerful pharaoh Ramesses II. The 3,000-year-old relic was thought to have been a female temple dancer, but a hospital CT scan showed features so reminiscent of the Egyptian royal family that experts are 90 per cent sure it is one of the 110 children Ramesses is thought to have fathered. The Bolton Museum mummy was thought for many years to have been...
  • Artwork Showing Virgin Mary as Stripper Stirs Up Catholic Campus (U. of Dallas)

    03/08/2008 11:05:06 AM PST · by Pyro7480 · 55 replies · 1,013+ views
    Chron.com (AP) ^ | 3/8/2008 | n/a
    DALLAS Artwork depicting the Virgin Mary as a stripper stirred trouble while on display at a small Catholic university before the piece was apparently stolen. The print was part of an exhibit last month at the University of Dallas that featured the work of students at Murray State University in Kentucky. Joanna Gianulis, a senior art major at Murray State, said she was trying to raise questions about perceptions of saints and sinners and didn't intend to be sacrilegious. "How do we know that an exotic dancer is sinful?" she said. "What if she has the best intentions and...
  • 'Harry Potter' Glasses Sent To Holocaust Exhibit

    01/06/2008 4:36:36 PM PST · by Nachum · 5 replies · 147+ views
    Arutz 7 ^ | 1-6-08 | staff
    (IsraelNN.com) British actor Daniel Radcliffe, who is best known for his role as the famously-bespectacled magical prodigy "Harry Potter," will donate the first pair of glasses he wore as a child to a Liverpool exhibition remembering those who died in the Holocaust. The glasses will be linked with others to form the shape of a railway track, reminiscent of those upon which Jews were transported to concentration camps throughout Europe. The 18 year-old actor, whose mother is Jewish, sent the oval, gray metal-framed glasses he wore as a 6 year-old to be part of the memorial. Former British Prime Minister...
  • Veterans force WWII museum exhibit change

    08/29/2007 9:17:38 PM PDT · by NormsRevenge · 35 replies · 823+ views
    Reuters on Yahoo ^ | 8/29/07 | Randall Palmer
    OTTAWA (Reuters) - The Canadian War Museum has bowed to pressure from veterans and agreed to change a controversial exhibit critical of Allied bombing of German cities in World War Two. The decision had some historians crying foul that a public outcry could force a change but others said the exhibit had given an inaccurate impression of the bombing campaign, which killed 600,000 Germans. The exhibit refers to how the value and morality of the bombing campaign remains bitterly contested. The museum in Ottawa is still deciding how to revise it, a spokeswoman said on Wednesday. "Although Bomber Command and...
  • Want to See Prize Export Items of N. Korea?

    07/01/2007 12:11:03 AM PDT · by TigerLikesRooster · 31 replies · 2,088+ views
    The Daily NK ^ | 06/26/07
    /begin my excerpt Want to See Prize Export Items of N. Korea? [2007-06-26 20:31 ] The exhibit area of The Second N. Korean Export-import Product Exhibit The Second N. Korean Export-import Product Exhibit is under way from June 26 to June 28 on the first floor of Yalu Hotel, Dandong, Liaoliang Province, China. Chinese export items are also on exhibit. In the exhibit area of about 1070 square feet inside the hotel, there are 15 N. Korean booths and 5 Chinese booths. Tickets for exhibit are sold at Renminbi 100 ($13.13.) There were few visitors. It appears that ticket...
  • Exhibit to Fallen to Close; Portraits to Go to Families

    06/07/2007 4:49:52 PM PDT · by SandRat · 221+ views
    American Forces Press Service ^ | Sgt. Sara Wood, USA
    ARLINGTON, Va., June 7, 2007 For two years, the American public has been given a personal look into the sacrifices of U.S. troops serving in Iraq and Afghanistan through the Faces of the Fallen exhibit. Dawn Peterson holds a painting of her son, U.S. Air Force Senior Airman Jason Plite, at the closing ceremony of the "Faces of the Fallen" exhibit in Arlington Va., June 7, 2007. Defense Dept. photo by U.S. Air Force Staff Sgt. D. Myles Cullen(Click photo for screen-resolution image);high-resolution image available. Now the portraits of fallen troops that adorned the walls of the Women...
  • Smithsonian toned down exhibit on Arctic (climate change content 'controversy' ?)

    05/21/2007 1:26:43 PM PDT · by NormsRevenge · 17 replies · 347+ views
    AP on Yahoo ^ | 5/21/07 | Brett Zongker - ap
    WASHINGTON - The Smithsonian Institution toned down an exhibit on climate change in the Arctic for fear of angering Congress and the Bush administration, says a former administrator at the museum. Among other things, the script, or official text, of last year's exhibit was rewritten to minimize and inject more uncertainty into the relationship between global warming and humans, said Robert Sullivan, who was associate director in charge of exhibitions at the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History. Also, officials omitted scientists' interpretation of some research and let visitors draw their own conclusions from the data, he said. In addition,...
  • Lucy's ancient bones to tour US

    10/25/2006 7:01:56 PM PDT · by annie laurie · 23 replies · 1,059+ views
    BBC ^ | 25 October 2006 | Unattributed
    The skeleton of the fossilised, 3.2 million-year-old human ancestor known as Lucy, will go on display in the US, Ethiopian officials say. After four years of negotiations with the Houston Museum of Natural Science in Texas, Ethiopia agreed to lend the bones for scientific study until 2013. It is hoped Lucy's 11-leg tour will boost tourism and increase Ethiopia's profile as the "home of all humanity". She will leave her country of origin - and the origin of mankind - in June. As well as Lucy, the travelling exhibition will also include about 190 other Ethiopian artefacts including humankind's earliest...
  • Vietnam POW exhibit opens at Air Force museum

    05/09/2006 5:29:15 PM PDT · by SandRat · 12 replies · 345+ views
    5/9/2006 - DAYTON, Ohio (AFPN) -- Visitors can get a rare glimpse into the lives of prisoners of war through a dramatic new exhibit at the National Museum of the United States Air Force. The exhibit, titled "Return with Honor: American Prisoners of War in Southeast Asia," located in the museum's Modern Flight Gallery, is now open to the public. Visitors enter the exhibit next to a reproduced doorway to the "Hanoi Hilton," the name given by Americans to Hoa Lo Prison. Photographs, videos, dioramas and artifacts tell the story of prisoner torture, political exploitation, filthy living conditions and endless...
  • Medal of Honor Exhibit Unveiled at Pentagon

    02/03/2006 6:52:26 PM PST · by SandRat · 11 replies · 384+ views
    American Forces Press Service ^ | Feb 3, 2006 | Sgt. Sara Wood, USA
    WASHINGTON, Feb. 3, 2006 In a tribute to those who have gallantly served the country, the Pentagon today unveiled a photographic exhibit titled "Visions of Valor." Gary Littrell, Medal of Honor recipient and president of the Congressional Medal of Honor Society, walks through the "Visions of Valor" exhibit at the Pentagon Feb. 3. The exhibit, which features 101 dramatic portraits of Medal of Honor recipients, was unveiled today. Photo by Sgt. Sara Wood, USA(Click photo for screen-resolution image);high-resolution image available. The exhibit features dramatic portraits of 101 Medal of Honor recipients, and is on display in the Pentagon's...
  • Gruesome cadavers on view at exhibit (New York)

    11/17/2005 11:43:26 AM PST · by emiller · 76 replies · 2,395+ views
    Yahoo News ^ | 11-17-05 | Reuters
    NEW YORK (Reuters) - Halloween is long gone, but New Yorkers will be able from Saturday to pay to view a roomful of human cadavers, fileted limbs and dissected organs as part of a gruesome yet realistic exhibit on the human body. On November 19, 22 whole bodies and more than 260 organs will go on display in lower Manhattan's South Street Seaport, allowing visitors to see bodies damaged by obesity, black lungs ravaged by cigarette smoke, and close-ups of the central nervous, digestive and circulatory systems. To highlight function, one of the cadavers is in an athletic pose, holding...
  • Melancholy Art on Exhibit at Grand Palais

    10/28/2005 9:35:17 PM PDT · by NormsRevenge · 25 replies · 455+ views
    ap on Yahoo ^ | 10/28/05 | Jocelyn Gecker - ap
    PARIS - Do artists have to be miserable to produce great art? A new exhibition in France suggests that a little inner darkness helps. "Melancholy Genius and Insanity in the Western World," which has visitors lining up around the block at Paris' Grand Palais, is anything but depressing. "Long Live Melancholy!" one highbrow French magazine raved in its review. The dazzlingly extensive look at art from antiquity to the 21st century shows how troubled thoughts have inspired great painters, sculptors, philosophers and writers. "Melancholy is not only negative," curator Gerard Regnier said in an interview. "On the contrary, it...
  • Jet set for Reagan library event (F-14 will be exhibited)

    08/14/2005 12:13:48 PM PDT · by Mark · 78 replies · 1,817+ views
    Los Angeles Daily News ^ | 8/14/05 | Eric Leach
    SIMI VALLEY- An F-14 Tomcat fighter jet will be hoisted into a permanent display area next week close to the nearly completed Air Force One Pavilion at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library and Museum. The 30,000-pound Northrop Grumman aircraft will be carried by a crane outside the pavilion in a ceremony celebrating Reagan's "peace through strength" strategy and marking a milestone in the making of the Air Force One Pavilion. "This is the last of the really large artifacts coming to the library to complete the Air Force One Pavilion," said Melissa Giller, director of communications for the Reagan Library....
  • Tulsa Zoo Backs Out, Bars Proposed Biblical Creation Exhibit

    07/13/2005 3:25:48 PM PDT · by leezard · 20 replies · 514+ views
    AgapePress ^ | 7/13/05 | Jim Brown
    "Dan Hicks, the local Christian architect who the proposed the biblical creation exhibit, has condemned the oversight board's change of heart as a violation of Tulsa taxpayers constitutional liberties. He maintains there must be something very special about the Genesis account of creation for the Park and Recreation board to insist on suppressing it, especially when the zoo already features religious symbols in other displays, including a statue of an elephant-like, Hindu deity."
  • Origin Of New British Museum Exhibit Looks A Bit Wobbly

    05/19/2005 5:58:32 PM PDT · by blam · 9 replies · 467+ views
    The telegraph (UK) ^ | 5-19-2005 | Nigel Reynolds
    Origin of new British Museum exhibit looks a bit wobbly By Nigel Reynolds, Arts Correspondent (Filed: 19/05/2005) Visitors to the British Museum unfamiliar with the date of the wheel's invention may have been puzzled by a primitive painting in the Roman Britain gallery this week, showing a caveman pushing a supermarket trolley. The earliest recorded wheels, as every schoolboy knows, are from Mesopotamia around 5,500 years ago. Trolleys were first used in the Piggly-Wiggly Supermarket chain [really], Oklahoma City, in 1937. The bizarre exhibit, stuck to a wall with double-sided tape and labelled "Early Man Goes to Market" was, of...
  • Going Nude at Berlin's New National Gallery - (not exactly eye candy, IMHO)

    04/10/2005 5:50:12 PM PDT · by CHARLITE · 43 replies · 4,793+ views
    SPIEGEL ONLINE.COM ^ | APRIL 8, 2005 | Staff
    The New National Gallery in Berlin, Germany, mounts a new work by performance-artist Vanessa Beecroft. The show is as transparent as the modernist masterpiece building itself: the living models are all nude. It isn't everyday that you see 100 naked women standing in the lobby of Berlin's New National Gallery. But on Thursday and Friday, a mass of women between the ages of 18 and 65 stood in the Mies van der Rohe-designed glass and steel architectural monument, wearing nothing but almond oil and see-through tights. The women are part of artist Vanessa Beecroft's new show "VB 55." For three...
  • "Dare to Be Catholic!"

    03/29/2005 12:41:21 PM PST · by concernedAmerican1 · 5 replies · 630+ views
    TFP Student Action ^ | 03-29-05 | by John Ritchie
    Catholic University hosts sacrilegious display against the Blessed Mother, offending students, faculty and Catholics nationwide Something extremely alarming and shameful occurred at the University of Dayton, where Our Blessed Mother was depicted in an exhibit amid pictures of prostitutes and pornography.1 The sacrilegious display, "Heartlands," by Derek A. Cracco, an assistant professor of art at the University of Alabama, was on public display in the Rike Center Gallery of the University of Dayton from February 22 to March 11. Ranking among the ten largest Catholic universities in the country, the University of Dayton, founded by the Society of Mary in...
  • Scandal: Catholic University Puts Mary amid Prostitutes

    03/10/2005 8:32:51 AM PST · by concernedAmerican1 · 56 replies · 2,507+ views
    TFP Student Action ^ | 03-10-05 | TFP Student Action
    If someone hung a picture of your mother amid images of prostitutes and pornography, would you be upset? Would you protest? Im sure you would. In fact, the Blessed Mother is being insulted in this fashion at the Catholic University of Dayton, where an art exhibit in the Rike Center Gallery depicts Mary amid images of prostitutes, pornography and firearms that has shocked some students and professors (Dayton Daily News, 03-07-05) Even worse the University of Dayton is one of the nation's ten largest Catholic universities, founded in 1850 by the Society of Mary, whose particular mission is to...
  • 1,100-square-foot mural creating stir at UMass

    01/30/2005 1:56:18 PM PST · by ConservativeStatement · 44 replies · 1,361+ views
    AMHERST - Are the images that now cover the walls outside Hampden Gallery at the University of Massachusetts campus obscene, thought-provoking, crude or ingenious? Some people cannot get past the naked forms in various acts of sex and violence. For others, the drawings in black marker by Austrian artist Heimo Wallner tell a story of society, filled with everything from violence, love, weapons and fame to pop music, torture, virtue and drugs. And for some, it's hard to understand or process the hundreds of figures and their actions.
  • New exhibit honors America's veterans (Smithsonian Institution)

    11/10/2004 3:16:37 PM PST · by NormsRevenge · 2 replies · 598+ views
    Bakersfield Californian ^ | 11/10/04 | Jennifer C. Kerr - AP
    WASHINGTON (AP) - Jim Newman, an Army captain during the Vietnam War, stared at the Bell UH-1 Huey Helicopter. "I left a lot of blood and part of my leg in that Huey," he said. Nearly four decades after escaping death, Newman was among dozens of veterans at a dedication ceremony Wednesday for a new Smithsonian Institution exhibit that pays tribute to the service and sacrifice of the nation's battle-worn men and women. The exhibit, which opens on Thursday (Veterans Day), includes more than 800 artifacts, from the 18th-century's French and Indian War to the current global fight against terrorism...
  • Reagan library exhibit remembers president's funeral

    07/05/2004 8:20:12 AM PDT · by NormsRevenge · 375+ views
    Bakersfield Californian ^ | 7/5/04 | AP - Simi Valley
    SIMI VALLEY, Calif. (AP) - A new exhibit at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library showcases items and images from Reagan's funeral. Nearly 6,000 people visited the hilltop library on Sunday for the opening of "Mourning in America," a play on Reagan's upbeat "Morning in America" presidential campaign theme. Reagan died June 5 after battling Alzheimer's disease for a decade. The exhibit recalls the 40th president's funeral, burial and public viewing as well as the nationwide outpouring of sympathy for the Reagan family. On display were the black velvet-draped bier that supported Reagan's mahogany casket in Simi Valley; riding boots placed...
  • Creating St. Peter's - Architectural Treasures of the Vatican

    12/10/2003 9:12:46 AM PST · by NYer · 5 replies · 237+ views
    Knights of Columbus ^ | December 2003
    Dome model - Interior (Fabbrica di San Pietro in Vaticano) Art, faith, history and genius come together in "Creating St. Peter's," a new show opening December 10th at the Knights of Columbus Museum in New Haven, Connecticut. The centerpiece of the exhibition, Michelangelo's study model for the dome of St. Peter's Basilica in Rome, handcrafted in 1560, unites these powerful themes. The 16-foot wooden model, a gem of craftsmanship and creativity in its own right, provides a rare glimpse at the process and people behind one of the masterpieces of Renaissance architecture. At the Knights of Columbus Museum, the Michelangelo...
  • Road to Machu Picchu runs through L.A.(Inca exhibit in LA Natural History Museum)

    06/30/2003 8:04:23 PM PDT · by FairOpinion · 13 replies · 966+ views
    San Bernardino Sun ^ | June 27, 2003 | Steven Rosen
    Machu Picchu Comes to L.A. Largest U.S. Exhibition of Inca Treasures Makes Only West Coast Stop at Natural History Museum (http://www.nhm.org/) . June 22 to September 7, 2003. This is the first stop on the exhibitions national tour, after its debut at the Yale Peabody Museum of Natural History. Following the Los Angeles presentation, the exhibit will travel to Pittsburgh, Denver, Houston and Chicago. The enduring allure of Machu Picchu, the 15th-century Incan ruins nestled into Peru's Andes Mountains, is its mystery. Why and how did the Incas build such an impressive estate -- a five-acre city, really, with 150...
  • Saint Peter and The Vatican - Legacy of the Popes

    06/27/2003 7:05:35 PM PDT · by NYer · 12 replies · 776+ views
    Experience the history and beauty of the Vatican through a once-in-a-lifetime exhibition of its precious collections of art, artifacts, relics, historic documents and treasures, including many objects never before on view to the public. Works by Michelangelo, Bernini, Gallo, Cellini and others, and objects dating back to the third century, provide a fascinating and unprecedented insight into the Vatican's history. More than 350 objects-the largest Vatican collection ever to tour North America-are presented in the context of dramatic and immersive environments, including representations of the Tomb of St. Peter, The Sistine Chapel, the ancient and current St. Peter's Basilicas,...
  • Controversial art exhibit raises a stink. exhibition dedicated to excrement

    06/13/2003 9:41:28 AM PDT · by bedolido · 10 replies · 354+ views
    Calgary Sun ^ | 06/13/03 | CP
    OTTAWA -- Here's a scoop that has Canadian Alliance MP Chuck Strahl holding his nose. A contemporary art gallery in Ottawa, supported by federal tax dollars, is staging a multimedia, interactive exhibition dedicated to excrement. The five-week show, which opens at an Ottawa art gallery next Thursday, is called Scatalogue: 30 years of crap in contemporary art. The Saw Gallery received a two-year, $72,000 operating grant from the Canada Council for the Arts last year, but no council funding was earmarked specifically for Scatalogue. A media release for the "living, interactive archive" says the exhibition is "a critique of the...
  • Japan : N. Korean spy ship to be shown to public in Kagoshima, Tokyo

    05/01/2003 12:18:05 AM PDT · by TigerLikesRooster · 10 replies · 222+ views
    Kyodo News ^ | 05/01/03 | N/A
    N. Korean spy ship to be shown to public in Kagoshima, Tokyo KAGOSHIMA, May 1 Kyodo - A North Korean spy ship that sank in the East China Sea in December 2001 after an exchange of fire with Japanese vessels will be exhibited in Kagoshima on May 17-18 and in Tokyo in June, the Japan Coast Guard said Thursday. The exhibits will include items found on the ship after it was raised and taken to Japan, such as some weapons, a small boat and a water scooter for landing, coast guard officials said. The exhibition in Kagoshima will be held...
  • Call to boycott artist's 'dead teddy bear' show (IT'S THE ARTS ALERT)

    01/23/2003 5:40:00 PM PST · by MadIvan · 48 replies · 763+ views
    The Daily Telegraph ^ | January 24, 2003 | Nigel Bunyan
    The owner of a toy museum is calling on the public to boycott an art exhibition that features the charred and mutilated bodies of teddy bears. Deady Bears, which forms part of a wider work entitled A Walk on the Darkside at the Artlounge gallery in Lytham St Anne's, Lancs, features cuddly toys that have been variously dismembered, pierced with 6in nails and daubed with red paint intended to resemble blood. Irena Thompson, who runs the nearby Toy and Teddy Bear Museum, is outraged. "This exhibition is simply dreadful, and I do not see what the artist is trying to...
  • Clinton exhibit to open Monday

    11/09/2002 4:26:21 AM PST · by Oldeconomybuyer · 64 replies · 285+ views
    Associated Press ^ | 11-9-02 | BRIAN SKOLOFF
    <p>LITTLE ROCK -- A holiday exhibit by the William J. Clinton Presidential Foundation opens Monday in downtown Little Rock, offering visitors a glimpse behind the scenes of Christmas in the White House.</p> <p>The exhibit features holiday gifts, photographs and memorabilia and runs through Jan. 18, portraying holidays across religious boundaries from Islam, Judaism and Christianity. An 11-foot, 1,000-pound glass tree created by renowned artist Dale Chihuly is the exhibit's centerpiece.</p>
  • FOURTH OF JULY, 2002

    07/08/2002 4:22:33 PM PDT · by Eastbound · 109 replies · 299+ views
    PQuill, VetsCor, New Mexico ^ | July 8, 2002 | Eastbound
    Mission Accomplished!