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The former Reichstag building housed a history exhibition ( Fragen an die deutsche Geschichte ) and served occasionally as a conference center.
It served as the orangery, exhibition gallery and festival arena of the Dresden Court.
* Portland later hosted the Breakers of the USFL and served as the launching point for the CFL USA initiative with an exhibition game in June 1992, though it never received a CFL team.
One of these warehouses also served as a studio and in 1973 became the exhibition space for the Vagrancy Project.
The house is surrounded by a large estate which, at the time of the 7th Earl of Carlisle, covered over and included the villages of Welburn, Bulmer, Slingsby, Terrington and Coneysthorpe .< ref >< nowiki >' The Pride of Yorkshire '</ nowiki > exhibition leaflet, Castle Howard, 2010 </ ref > The estate was served by its own railway station, Castle Howard, from 1845 to the 1950s.
Robinson served with Joe Louis, and the pair went on tours where they performed exhibition bouts in front of US troops.
He shared his first joint exhibition in May 1953 with Wolfgang Sievers, a German refugee like himself who had also served in the same company.
At the Paris exhibition of 1900 he received the gold medal for mountain surveys, and the founders medal of the Royal Geographical Society in 1905, and served as President of the Alpine Club for 1902 – 04 and became the first president of The Alpine Ski Club at its inaugural meeting in 1908.
He served as a juror at the international exhibition of that year in London, and contributed an important monograph on education in England and Scotland.
One year later, Nieuwendyk joined the senior national team for the Calgary Cup, a four-team exhibition tournament that served as a preview event for the 1988 Winter Olympics.
Robinson served as acting Governor of North Carolina for four weeks in September 1883 when Governor Jarvis left the state for an extended period to attend an exhibition.
Chicago Coliseum, circa 1913. The Chicago Coliseum was the name of a succession of three large indoor arenas in Chicago, Illinois from the 1860s to 1982 that each served as a sports venue, convention center, and exhibition hall over the course of their respective histories.
The escalator served the eastbound platform and had originally been used at the South Bank exhibition of the Festival of Britain.
It served in turn as a promenade, beer garden / restaurant, exhibition hall, opera house, and theater.
At the end of the season, he served as a guest player in two exhibition games with USL-1 teams, the Vancouver Whitecaps and Portland Timbers, against MLS teams.
She served as the guest curator for " The Courtly Art of the Ancient Maya ", a highly acclaimed exhibition of Maya art that took place in 2004 at the National Gallery of Art, Washington, D. C., and the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco.
They have served as the exhibition band at high school marching band festivals, including Nicholas County's Mountain Band Spectacular ( 2008 – 2010 ) and Poca High School's Invitational Festival in Poca, WV ( 2009 – 2011 ).
In this period, The Ahmad-Shahi Pavilion served as an exhibition area of the presents of the world leaders to Iran.
Guests may be served canapés and wine as they discuss with artists and others the works in the exhibition.
The pavilion was rebuilt at Ardeer after the end of the exhibition and served as the staff restaurant for many years.
Since 1987, the Library Hall has served as an exhibition space, featuring various exhibitions of art, culture, history and science.
This floor served through the end of the 2011 volleyball season and basketball preseason exhibition games.
In 2012 he served as consultant curator for the British Museum round reading room exhibition for the Cultural Olympiad, Shakespeare: Staging the World, co-writing the catalogue with curator Dora Thornton.

exhibition and bridge
An initiative of the Historic Houses Trust, the exhibition featured dramatic photographs and paintings with rare and previously unseen alternative bridge and tunnel proposals, plans and sketches.
An artistic expression of the higher-frequency resonances within the cables of the bridge were explored by Bill Fontana's ' Harmonic Bridge ' exhibition at the Tate Modern museum in mid-2006.
The main bridge replicated for exhibition.
Another new bridge connects the upper level of the Hexagon to the first floor foyer, giving access both to mac s substantial new exhibition gallery, which will be one of the largest contemporary art spaces in the West Midlands, and its larger Theatre, which has been stripped, re-equipped and linked to a new audio-visual media suite enabling remote recording of live events
The archway or bridge resembles slightly the The Bridge of Sighs in Venice. This contains much of the Museum and Art Gallery and, on its ground floor, the Gas Hall, now an exhibition space.
* 2011-Opening of refurbished George Stephenson Workshop, which now contains an education suite on the ground floor and a brand new exhibition on the upper floor which connects over a bridge to the Workshop Gallery
Originally, Phase Two was connected to Phase One with an atrium link ( a sky bridge ), and to Convention Road with two road bridges, but now the two phases are connected by an expanded exhibition hall.
The exhibition and companion website is designed to bridge the gap between awareness and action.

exhibition and museum
The settlement site, however is an archaeological site, and a museum has been built nearby for exhibition of finds, models and reconstructions.
The Great Court, opened in 2000, while undoubtedly improving circulation around the museum, was criticised for having a lack of exhibition space at a time when the museum was in serious financial difficulties and many galleries were closed to the public.
* Florida International University's Wolfsonian museum hosted the Thoughts on Democracy exhibition that displayed posters created by sixty leading contemporary artists and designers, invited to create a new graphic design inspired by American illustrator Norman Rockwell s “ Four Freedoms ” posters of 1943.
Due to the threat of war, plans for a lavish museum were never implemented, but once the war was over it was possible to construct the relatively understated but well-lit modern exhibition extension, opened in 1977, that now houses much of the collection.
This was shown at the " Pop Life " exhibition in London's Tate Modern museum.
The museum opened on 10 August 1793 with an exhibition of 537 paintings, the majority of the works being royal and confiscated church property.
In 2011, Smith announced the first museum exhibition of her photography in the United States, Camera Solo.
There have been numerous museum shows of Bearden's work since then, including a 1971 show at the Museum of Modern Art entitled Prevalence of Ritual, an exhibition of his highly prized prints entitled A Graphic Odyssey showing the work of the last fifteen years of his life, and the 2005 National Gallery of Art retrospective entitled The Art of Romare Bearden.
Found artifacts, dating from the 7th to 12th century, were stored in a local museum and are now on exhibition at the Elbląg Museum.
The children's museum Junibacken, Stockholm, was opened in June 1996, with the main theme of the permanent exhibition being devoted to Astrid Lindgren: the heart of the museum is a theme train ride through the world of Astrid Lindgren's novels. The Astrid Lindgren Museum The grave of Astrid Lindgren
* Collections Management / Registrar – responsible for the care and maintenance of all objects in the museum s collection, tracks movement of objects in and out of the museum on loan or on exhibition, records information about objects in databases-such as an object's provenance.
An art museum, also known as an art gallery, is a space for the exhibition of art, usually in the form of art objects
These temporary museums are finding increasing favor among more progressive museum professionals as a means of direct community involvement with objects and exhibition.
During 2007, the Centro Andaluz de Arte Contemporaneo in Sevilla www. caac. es, organized an exhibition at the Palace of Charles V in la Alhambra-Granada-in which Viola's work dialogues with the Fine Arts Collection of the museum.
After the Reformation the skull was taken to the exhibition rooms of king Frederik III in Copenhagen, where it was on exhibit along with the petrified embryo a woman had carried inside her for 28 years, as well as other monstrosities the king had collected — until it was transferred to Copenhagen's National museum.
Another section of the museum features a permanent military exhibition.
Today the remains of Buchenwald serves as a memorial and permanent exhibition and museum.
Today the remains of Buchenwald serves as a memorial and permanent exhibition and museum administrated by Buchenwald and Mittelbau-Dora Memorials Foundation, which also administrates the camp memorial at Mittelbau-Dora.
Today the remains of Buchenwald serves as a memorial and permanent exhibition and museum administrated by Buchenwald and Mittelbau-Dora Memorials Foundation, which also administrates the camp memorial at Mittelbau-Dora.
* British — Hockney, David: Troop of Actors and Acrobats ( 1980 ; one of stage designs for Satie's Parade under # Ballet, cabaret, and Pierrot troupes | Ballet, cabaret, and Pierrot troupes above ), paintings on Munich museum walls for group exhibition on Pierrot ( 1995 ); Self, Colin: Pierrot Blowing Dandelion Clock ( 1997 ).

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