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To increase public awareness prior to the opening of its “Death in the Ice,” exhibition, the Museum is increasing visitor and social media awareness of the new AMC series, “The Terror.”
Laura Hopkins started as senior vice president for Advancement in early January, as the Museum prepared to launch its Era of Exhibitions.
Artist John Grade will return to Mystic Seaport March 20-21 to add pieces to his kinetic sculpture Murmur: Arctic Realities, currently on exhibit in the Collins Gallery at the Museum.
Mystic Seaport, in partnership with the New Bedford Whaling Museum, has developed the world’s most comprehensive whaling history database and it is now available for all to use at WhalingHistory.org.
Dawn Riley, the first woman to compete in both the America’s Cup and in the Whitbread Round the World Race, will receive the 2018 America and the Sea Award from Mystic Seaport.
The world-famous Budweiser Clydesdales will be at Mystic Seaport March 22-25, in a special stable on the Museum’s Village Green, in advance of their appearance in the Mystic Irish Parade.
“This piece helps us see history as something alive, evolving, and current. And it’s messy. It’s not one thing. It’s layering, it’s multiple vantages, it’s two things at once.”
Meet Volunteer , a new kind of work boat at Mystic Seaport.
Mystic Seaport is proud to offer Yoga in the Pingo in its new exhibition, “Murmur: Arctic Realities” with world renowned yoga instructor Coral Brown.
This is art — specifically sculpture — in the 21st century, where modern technology meets carved wood and fabricated steel. The result is an interactive experience for the museum visitor like never before.