Corner of Bloch and Nelson-Atkins Building

Press Room—2011 Archive Press Releases

Museum Attendance Jumps/ Accreditation (12/12/11)

Irma Starr Ornament Benefits Joplin (11/21/11)

Alvin Ailey Original Dance Performance at Nelson-Atkins (11/17/11)

The Photographs of Brett Weston (11/15/11)

Op Art by Tomasello Installed in Bloch Building (10/21/11)

American Indian Celebration (10/17/11)

Photographer Emmet Gowin Lecture (10/12/11)

O'Sullivan Exhibit Debuts in Chicago (10/11/11)

New Education Director Named (10/10/11)

Day of the Dead Celebration First for Nelson-Atkins (10/6/11)

Rodin: Sculptures from the Iris and B. Gerald Cantor Foundation (9/28/11)

Impressions & Improvisations: The Prints of Romare Bearden (9/20/11)

To Make A World: George Ault and 1940s America Opens (9/15/11)

Nelson-Atkins Major Lender in Buddhist Exhibition (9/14/11)

3D Video Exhibition After Ghostcatching Opens (9/7/11)

Electromediascope Fall Series (9/6/11)

Studio 33 Expands Nelson-Atkins Web Presence (8/22/11)

Landscapes East/ Landscapes West Exhibition (8/16/11)

World's Fair Exhibition Opens Spring 2012 (8/12/11)

Shuttlecarts Debut (8/8/11)

Monet Exhibition Hours Extended (7/15/11)

Trevor Paglen Lecture (7/12/11)

Heavens: Photographs of the Sky and Cosmos (6/9/11)

Children Create Chalk Art at Nelson-Atkins (5/31/11)

International Museum Day/Free Monet Admission (5/16/11)

Award-winning Spanish Film Shown (4/28/11)

Roxy Paine's Scumak Machine in Bloch Lobby (4/26/11)

Haggadah Acquisition (4/14/11)

Pedicabs Come to the Museum (4/14/11)

Be In Solidarity with Japan (3/24/11)

Associate Curator Nicole Myers Hired (3/15/11)

James Naismith's Original Rules of Basketball on View (2/22/11)

Shuttlecarts Take Visitors on Quite a Ride (2/15/11)

Louise Nevelson Work of Art to be Cleaned in Gallery (2/8/11)

Travel+Leisure Recognizes Bloch Building (2/7/11)

Artist Richard Mosse to be in Conversation at Nelson-Atkins (2/7/11)

Museum Celebrates George Caleb Bingham's 200th Birthday (1/27/11)

Roxy Paine's Ferment to be Installed (1/14/11)

Monet's Water Lilies Offers Rare Opportunity to Experience Great Impressionist's Work as Intended (1/14/11)

RMB City Opera Opens Feb. 4 (1/14/11)

Museum Offers Tactile Tours for the Visually Impaired (1/12/11)


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