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Mary Whyte Art Educator Award

Calling all art educators! You have until March 1 to apply for the 2010 Mary Whyte Art Educator Award. Established in 2007, the Award is designed to honor a visual…

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Summer Art Camp

Calling all young artists! Join the Gibbes for a great summer of creative fun at our 2010 Summer Art Camp. Work with practicing artists and museum teachers, explore the museum’s…

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Barbara Guggenheim Event

Join the Gibbes for another great program on February 4 as author and art consultant Barbara Guggenheim presents a lecture titled How the Art World Works: New Twists on the…

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Teacher Appreciation Days

To thank teachers for all their hard work, the Gibbes is offering free teacher appreciation days on January 30 and 31. During this weekend, teachers who show school ID gain…

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What does "plantation" mean today?

Maurie McInnis, Director of American Studies and Associate Professor of Art History, University of Virginia   Landscape of Slavery: The Plantation in American Art brings together an astonishing array of…

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