`Waterfowl Weekend' View wildlife art and celebrate the...


May 10, 2001|By Karin Remesch

`Waterfowl Weekend'

View wildlife art and celebrate the heritage of Maryland's Eastern Shore Saturday and Sunday at the "Waterfowl Weekend at Horsehead" in Grasonville. Decoy carvers, painters and sculptors will display a variety of wildlife art. Also, featured throughout the weekend will be exhibits by the Kent Island Carving Club, Ducks Unlimited, Ward Foundation, Wetland Trust and the Department of Natural Resources.

Hours are 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. each day. The Horsehead Wetlands Center is at 600 Discovery Lane, off Route 18. Admission is $5, free under age 12. Call 410-827-6694.

Asian art show

The 1876 Centennial Exhibition in Philadelphia was the event at which most Americans first had direct contact with Asian art. Large-scale vases, elaborate bronzes and delicate lacquerware from China, Japan and other eastern countries were all on view. Starting today, 125 years to the day of the opening of the Centennial Exhibition, approximately 50 works of art associated with the exhibition will be on view when "West Meets East: China and Japan at the Centennial Exhibition" opens at the Philadelphia Museum of Art.

The museum is located at Benjamin Franklin Parkway at 26th Street. Hours vary. Admission is $5 and $8, free until 1 p.m. Sundays. Call 215-763-8100.

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