Historic Preservation at MARCH’s first course for Spring 2019 starts next Thursday, and there’s still time to register! Join us for our 10-week course on American Architectural History, led by Andrea Tingey of the New Jersey Historic Preservation Office.
Judges are still needed for New Jersey History Day’s four contests this year! Judges are provided a free breakfast and lunch, and have the opportunity to learn from and give feedback to the next generation of historians.
The New York Academy of Medicine invites participants to #ColorOurCollections. The week-long campaign provides access to hundreds of pages of adult coloring books from international museums, archives, and libraries.
The Museum of Modern Art in Manhattan will close its doors this summer to finish a $400 million overhaul of its collection starting June 15.
Delaware’s Division of Historical and Cultural Affairs will be hosting thirteen special events at various museums throughout Delaware in honor of African-American History Month. These events will run throughout the month, and all are free and open to the public.
The new owner of the Gingerbread Castle in Hamburg, Sussex County has begun an extensive restoration project on the structure, which was once the centerpiece of a small fairy tale themed amusement park.
The Eik Sande, a 32-foot replica of an ancient Viking ship, was installed in the museum in advance of their new exhibit, Vikings: Beyond the Legend.
Saffron, who pens the Philadelphia Inquirer’s “Changing Skyline” architecture critique column, shares the prize with the Boston Globe’s Robert Campbell.
Film Historian Karen Redrobe is the new director of the Wolf Humanities Center. She plans to expand public programming and make it more inclusive.
Grants will be used for assessment and interpretation of thirty three historic sites across the Garden State, including libraries, fire stations, private residences, and historic districts.