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Historic Russian ship back to mooring after refit
Russian cruiser Aurora, whose salvo against the Winter Palace sounded the start of the 1917 revolution, returned to its mooring in Saint Petersburg Saturday after a year-and-a-half of restoration work.
 
Hundreds of pieces from Bowie's modern art collection to be sold at auction
Hundreds of items from late rock legend David Bowie's art collection, which includes pieces by modern masters and more eclectic fare, will go under the hammer, Sotheby's said Thursday.
 
The Dallas Museum of Art has appointed a new director.
 
9/11 museum stages major exhibition: art rife with reality
To mark the 15th anniversary of the terror attacks, the 9/11 memorial museum is staging a major special exhibition. It features artists who have transformed a day of terror -- often with personal links -- into works of both grief and tenderness.
 
Ai Weiwei's refugee life jackets in Vienna palace pond
Visitors to Vienna's Belvedere Palace were confronted Wednesday with 1,005 refugees' life jackets drifting in the baroque pond -- courtesy of Chinese dissident artist Ai Weiwei.
 
Muslim Girls Making Change speak out in verse
Four girls from the U.S. state of Vermont are using their voices and powerful performance poetry to get their message out about being Muslim in America, stereotypes, and other issues near to them.
 
Cash-strapped Berlin builds museum for urban art
Berlin, the cash-strapped capital of Europe's top economy, has long tried to turn alternative culture into gold, but ambitious new bids to present underground art in museum settings could break new ground.
 
Four Taiwanese groups are set to perform in the Festival Off d'Avignon (Avignon Off) in southern France this month, bringing drama and dance performances to audiences there.
 
Since its debut five years ago, Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art has showcased works by well-known American artists like Georgia O'Keeffe and Andy Warhol. Now the Arkansas museum founded by a Wal-Mart heiress is turning its attention to ordinary objects made by unsung craftsmen, quilters and painters.
 
Taipei Children's Art Festival
On a rainy night in the middle of Daan Park, hundreds of children and their parents filled the seats of the park's amphitheater and piled in on the grass in front, using raincoats as tarps to sit on, to watch Taipei Mayor Ko Wen-je (柯文哲) open the 17th Taipei Children's Art Festival (臺北兒童藝術節).
 
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