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In 1972 the museum established the Artistic Records Committee ( since renamed the Art Commissions Committee ) to commission artists to cover contemporary conflicts.
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Commissioned by Philips to publicise the museum, it was shown as a trade test colour film on the BBC from 1968 to 1972.
In 1970, the Vindolanda Trust, a registered charity, was founded to administer the site and its museum, and in 1997, the Trust took over the running of the Roman Army Museum at Carvoran, another Hadrian's Wall fort, which it had acquired in 1972.
The palace opened to the public in 1972 as a museum containing such exhibits as statues formerly displayed by the cathedral, treasures of the cathedral from past centuries, and royal attire from coronations of French kings.
Officially opened in 1972, the museum focuses on Islamic history, natural history, Brunei artifacts and customs, ceramics and the oil industry of Brunei.
He has exhibited at documenta ( 1972, 1982 ) and the Venice Biennale ( 1976 ), and his solo museum shows include the Centre Pompidou ( 1991 ), Los Angeles County Museum of Art ( 2003 ), Art Institute of Chicago ( 2005 ) and Santa Monica Museum of Art ( 2008 ).
* USS Albacore Museum & Park – a museum featuring the USS Albacore, a U. S. Navy submarine used for testing, which was decommissioned in 1972 and moved to the park in 1985.
The museum was accredited in 1972 by the American Association of Museums and is currently located downtown in the historic Gensemer Brothers Dry Goods building.
The Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railroad discontinued its service to Menard in 1972, but donated the depot to the county for use as a history museum.
The house was bought by Salford City Council in 1959, and opened to the public in 1972, as a period house and local history museum.
After major restoration work, it was opened to the public in April 1972, as a period house and local history museum.
In a ceremony performed by the Duke of Kent the new purpose-built museum building in the parkland surrounding Palace House was opened on 4 July 1972: the name was changed to the National Motor Museum, reflecting a change of status from a private collection to a charitable trust and highlighting Montagu's stated aim to provide Britain with a National Motor Museum " worthy of the great achievements of its motor industry ".
An unusual feature of the new museum building in 1972 was a monorail passing through the interior of the building.
The 1970s saw oral history gain increasing prominence and in 1972 the museum created the Department of Sound Records ( now the Sound Archive ) to record interviews with individuals who had experienced the First World War.
Since 1972 it has housed the Black River Academy Museum and Historical Society, a museum of local history.
Since his first early career retrospectives in 1972 organized by the Whitney Museum of American Art, New York City, and the Wallraf-Richartz Museum, Cologne, he has been the subject of several gallery and museum exhibitions, both in the United States and abroad.
It has an excellent modern art museum, the Kasama Nichido Museum of Art which opened on November 11, 1972.
By 1972, the museum had ten full-time, permanent staff members, working within three departments: director's office, education, and a research and exhibitions department.
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Other legislation included National Environmental Policy Act ( NEPA ), signed into law in 1970, which established a United States Environmental Protection Agency and a Council on Environmental Quality ; the Marine Protection, Research, and Sanctuaries Act of 1972 ; the Endangered Species Act of 1973, the Safe Drinking Water Act ( 1974 ), the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act ( 1976 ), the Water Pollution Control Act Amendments of 1977, which became known as the Clean Water Act, and the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act, commonly known as the Superfund Act ( 1980 ).
In 1972 the Council for Equality was established to advise lawmakers on methods for realizing full legal equality for women.
Only 25, 000 people per year, of which about 21 percent are industrial workers, graduate yearly from the National Institute of Professional Training ( Instituto Nacional de Formación Profesional-- INFOP ) established in 1972.
Beth Chayim Chadashim, established in 1972 in West Los Angeles, was the world's first explicitly-gay-and-lesbian-centered synagogue, resulting in a slew of Reform congregations being established along similar lines, including Congregation Beit Simchat Torah in New York City, Bet Mishpachah in Washington, D. C. and Congregation Or Chadash in Chicago.
The race has been held since 1861 ( see list of Melbourne Cup winners ) and was originally held over two miles ( about 3, 218 metres ) but following preparation for Australia's adoption of the metric system in the 1970s, the current race distance of 3, 200 metres was established in 1972.
US president Richard Nixon visited the country in 1972, restoring relations between the two countries, although diplomatic ties were not established until 1979.
Through the 1950s and 1960s he established himself as a respected actor in theatre and film, and began to make his presence felt on television, with a semi-regular role as Det-Insp Bamber in the police series Z-Cars, as well as guest roles in series as diverse as Steptoe and Son (" The Lead Man Cometh ", 1964 ; " The Desperate Hours ", 1972 ) and The Avengers episode " Dressed to Kill " ( 1963 ).
ONAC was established in 1972 by the Noise Control Act and charged with working to assess and reduce environmental noise.
Under the leadership of President Philibert Tsiranana, Madagascar's First Republic ( 1960 – 1972 ) was established as a democratic system modeled on that of France.
On 27 January 1972 the Aboriginal Tent Embassy was first established on the grounds of Parliament House ; it was created to draw attention to indigenous rights and land issues and has been continuously occupied since 1992.
The Central Policy Review Staff was established by Heath in February 1971, while the 1972 Local Government Act changed the boundaries of Britain's counties and created " Metropolitan Counties " around the major cities ( e. g. Merseyside around Liverpool ): this caused significant public anger.
The European Molecular Biology Laboratory EMBL made use of the possibilities that arose with the new technology and in 1972 established a permanent branch at DESY with the aim of analyzing the structure of biological molecules by means of synchrotron radiation.
The National Referral Hospital ( full name Jigme Dorji Wangchuck National Referral Hospital ) in Thimphu was established in 1972 and is the main hospital in Bhutan.
Already established as a nightclub singer and musical theatre actress, she first attracted critical acclaim for her dramatic performances in the movies The Sterile Cuckoo ( 1969 ), and Tell Me That You Love Me, Junie Moon ( 1970 ); Minnelli then rose to international stardom for her appearance as Sally Bowles in the 1972 film version of the Broadway musical Cabaret, for which she won the Academy Award for Best Actress in a Leading Role.