- Museum lobbyists to rally in Washington: Officials hope to show importance of culture. "A group of art lobbyists will invade the U.S. capital Tuesday. They include 200 museum professionals from all disciplines and museum types, from nearly every state in the union, and will make the case for the value that museums bring to communities. The Story at Ohio.com
March 18, 1901: William H. Johnson, artist of the "Harlem Renaissance" and one of the "foremost African American artists of his generation", was born.
“Lalique par Lalique”
By Marc & Marie-Claude Lalique.
A legendary volume on the art glass bookshelf, an explosive celebration of the glass and jewelry of that most graceful of French designers, Rene Lalique. English / French text.