The University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology will temporarily close its popular Egyptian Sphinx gallery for renovation as part of their Building Transformation project.
Lewes. “Delaware Railroads: Elegant Travel and Timely Transport” will use photographs, documents, and artifacts from the Delaware State Archives to bring the state’s railroad history to life.
The museum will close to the public on July 2 after talks for a partnership with Temple University broke down.
Two rare copies of the Declaration of Independence will be displayed in Pennsylvania museums this Summer.
The Katherine Coffey award recognizes the lifetime achievement of an individual museum professional in the Mid-Atlantic region.
Mount Laurel landmark ‘Sunnyside Farms’ will be demolished due to hazardous conditions posed by the unstable structure and asbestos.
The Pew Center for Arts & Heritage grant-funded work will be written by Lee Francis of the Laguna Pueblo and illustrated by Weshoyot Alvitre of the Tongva.
The campaign titled “She Built NYC!” is open to all residents of New York City. Nominations can include individual women or events in women’s history specific to the New York area.
David Miller will take the position, which was left vacant when Briann Greenfield stepped down to become the Executive Director of the Harriet Beecher Stowe Center in Hartford Connecticut.
The extensive collection will be housed at the Institute of Jazz Studies in the Dana Cotton Library, the largest collection of jazz music-related materials in the world.