A stunning exhibit currently at the Museum of International Folk Art, in Santa Fe, is showcasing the origins and aesthetics of traditional Amish quilts.
The place where noted artist Winslow Homer crafted his masterpieces is open to the public for a limited time this summer, thanks to the Portland Museum of Art.
A $1,000 stipend for historical research is up for grabs in New Hampshire. The Piscataqua Decorative Arts Society has offered the stipend periodically since 2006.
Coney Island's side show and amusement park history takes center stage in the "Sideshow" exhibit at The Ross Art Group's gallery through May 25.
Slow Art Day, this year on April 27, asks people all over the globe to visit local museums and art galleries to look at art slowly.
A special new exhibit at The Reading Railroad Museum, which runs through Nov. 17, celebrates the innovation and ingenuity of this famous steam engine company.
As a society, we spend a tremendous amount of time on our phones, but there are a few surprising things about the telephone's past that you may not know.
Experts with Bonhams will be on hand to offer appraisals of jewelry, silver, decorative arts, and more, March 20 at the Pasadena Museum of History.
Chasing branded antiques and collectibles in attics, antique malls and on eBay is opening up a whole new collecting niche for corporate archivists charged with rescuing a company’s nostalgic past from the dust bin of history.
Dr. Peter Molloy has archived the first 50 years of the Hall of Flame Museum of Firefighting, one of the world’s largest firefighting museums, which now finds its home in Phoenix, Ariz.