The New-York Historical Society will present a major exhibition celebrating the centennial of the legendary 1913 Armory Show, offering a rare opportunity to experience the reunion of more than 100 masterpieces from the iconic event.
The Red Wing Collectors Society celebrated the 36th anniversary of the group's annual summer convention in July, attracting nearly 1,500 collectors from around the country for four days filled with seminars, socials, and an auction that saw an 8-gallon crock sell for $4,200.
The Virginia Historical Society's “The Great Western Virginia Cover-Up: Historic Quilts & Bedcovers" exhibit is captivating audiences, and spreading the appreciation for these historic pieces of fabric.
The grand opening gala of the National Black Doll Museum of History & Culture set for Sept. 27-28 is a dream come true for organizers and participants of the Doll E Dayz Project & Museum.
Rock n Roll Hall of Famer Patti Smith is well known for her offerings as poet and punk rocker, and now a visual artist with a photography focus.
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.