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  1. Boca Raton Museum of Art in Al Día News

    Three digital tours on the Boca Raton Museum of Art’s webinar platform, created with support from Art Bridges, are available to critique and educate about Florida’s racist past.

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  2. Gadsden Arts Center and Museum in theTallahassee Democrat

    The Gadsden Arts and Museum Teen Art Council, created via an Art Bridges programming grant, was featured in the Tallahassee Democrat’s Council on Culture & Arts.

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  3. Museum of Fine Arts, St. Petersburg in Tampa Bay Times

    Norman Lewis Untitled Subway Station 1945

    Norman Lewis, Untitled (Subway Station), 1945

    Four paintings from the Art Bridges Collection by celebrated 20th century American artists are on display in the museum’s Modern and Post War galleries. The loans expand the museum’s inclusivity with works by Black, female and LGBTQ artists.

    Guide Type: Partners in the News

  4. Fairfield University Art Museum in The Wall Street Journal

    Marsden Hartley, Give Us This Day, 1938

    When Carey Weber, director of the Fairfield University Art Museum, learned that Art Bridges, a foundation with an impressive collection of American art, would lend her the Hartley painting, she knew she had a show—“Birds of the Northeast: Gulls to Great Auks.”

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  5. Reading Public Museum in

    Grant support specifically for The Museum’s reopening plans was provided by Art Bridges, which also supported the community outreach for educational programs conducted by The Museum during the period it remained closed to the public.

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  6. Whatcom Museum in Whatcom Talk

    story dome at Whatcom museum

    Story Dome, a colorful, geodesic recording booth, is set to debut in the Whatcom Museum’s Lightcatcher building lobby when the museum reopens. Originally intended as a place to gather in person, Story Dome has gone virtual during the COVID-19 pandemic.

    Through Art Bridges’ ‘Bridge Ahead Initiative,’ the Whatcom Museum has purchased digital equipment that allows them to offer livestream, virtual webinar, and other digital programs and events. 

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