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The Shelburne Museum demonstrates the artistry and universality of puppetry in a wide-reaching exhibition featuring familiar and unexpected characters from around…

Through new technology, conservators at the Georgia O'Keeffe Museum are leading a charge to preserve the deteriorating canvases of some the 20th century's greatest paintings.
Before she was a renowned graphic memoirist and winner of a MacArthur Foundation “genius” grant Alison Bechdel was an archivist of the self. She plundered the flotsam and jetsam of her childhood to…
Jewelry and Wearable Art Sold at Auction
In Denver's Golden Triangle Creative District, the Kirkland Museum's recently transplanted historic studio and decorative arts collection shine.
The multi-talented designer is often overlooked in art and design history. The Cooper Hewitt, which recently received a gift of her eclectic works, has sought to change that.
Art & Object is pleased to present jewelry and other wearable art recently sold at auction. Since the beginning of time, jewelry has proven to be a medium of expression that defines our tastes,…
95-year-old Dorothy Tanner isn’t slowing down, and after a decades-long career, her sculptures and installations are still enlightening viewers.
Celebrating their 50th Anniversary, Levi’s Trucker jackets are the rare fashion statement that is both timeless and contemporary.
As our world becomes more and more technology-centered, museums are embracing new ways to engage visitors in and out of the gallery.