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When the International Quilt Study Center and Museum at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln was founded in 1997, an important aspect of its mission was to promote scholarship by exhibiting its vast collection at institutions throughout the world. Tomorrow a group of the center's Amish quilts goes on view at the Textile Museum in Washington in the exhibition Constructed Color: Amish Quilts, which emphasizes the visual connections between these quilts, which often feature large single color areas, and mid-twentieth-century painting.
A series of recently announced budget cutting measures by a number of museums raises tricky questions about the value of the arts, the responsibilities of museums to the public and expectations for their profitability, and even the prospects of a degree in the humanities.
An impressive collection of Hudson River School paintings welcomes visitors to the Lake Placid Lodge.
The Antiques Forum at Colonial Williamsburg, now in its sixty-first year and always eagerly anticipated by collectors, curators, and scholars alike, was held at the Williamsburg Lodge from January 31 to February 6.