Corner of Bloch and Nelson-Atkins Building

Press Room—2010 Archive Press Releases

The Photographs of Ray K. Metzker (12/22/10)

Promised Ceramic Gifts from Berkowitz Collection (12/13/10)

Internationally Celebrated Native American Artists in Museum Panel Discussion (10/25/10)

Museum Photography Society Lecture Oct. 30 Features Renowed Photographers Uelsmann and Taylor (10/6/10)

New Mobile Guide Program Premieres at the Nelson-Atkins (9/29/10)

Museum's Business Council Honors Henry Bloch at Annual Meeting (9/24/10)

Through African Eyes: The European in African Art, 1500-Present (9/21/10)

Romancing the West: Alfred Jacob Miller in the Bank of America Collection (9/21/10)

Rare Chinese Woodblock Prints on Display at the Nelson-Atkins (9/16/10)

Museum Mourns Loss of Ralph T. Coe, Director from 1977 to 1982 (9/16/10)

Modern Science Reveals Secrets of 2,500-year-old Mummy (9/10/10)

Nelson-Atkins Celebrates Docents' Contributions (9/10/10)

Cowden Foundation Grant Supports School Incentive Program (9/7/10)

Julián Zugazagoitia, New Director, Begins Work at the Nelson-Atkins (9/1/10)

"Forever:" Clare Twomey's First Solo Exhibition in the USA (8/12/10)

Through African Eyes: The European in African Art, 1500 to Present (8/9/10)

"Thinking Photography: Five Decades at the Kansas City Art Institute" (7/13/10)

Bloch Building Featured in Several Architecture Books (7/8/10)

Tradebot Joins Museum's Business Council, Which is Celebrating its 25th Year (7/7/10)

Rare Opportunity to View Red Cliff Scroll (7/1/10)

Mellon Award Allows Scientific Examination of French Impressionist Collection (6/18/10)

Romancing the West: Alfred Jacob Miller in the Bank of America Collection (6/17/10)

Edward Steichen--In High Fashion: The Condé Nast Years 1923-1937 (4/26/10)

Current Rotation Features Rare Chinese Scroll Painting of Historical Importance (3/16/10)

Julian Zugazagoitia Named Director of the Nelson-Atkins (3/5/10)

"Exploring Egypt: 19th Century Expeditionary Photography" (2/25/10)

Museum Celebrates Gifts of Art for 75th Anniversary (2/5/10)

Museum Announces Promised Gift of Stellar African Works of Art (1/15/10)

Venice. 3 Visions in Glass--Cristiano Bianchin, Yoichi Ohira, Laura de Santillana (1/5/10)


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