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News Briefing: Houston Museum of Fine Arts, Lincoln Center Lead in Donations

By Kate Golden on October 30, 2007No Comment
  • The Princeton University Art Museum to return eight antiquities to Italy.  [Associated Press]
  • Bono’s anti-poverty groups to merge in the U.S., forming one organization to tackle poverty.  [Reuters]
  • The One Laptop per Child Foundation offers computers – developed for the world’s poor – on its website for $200 apiece.  [Reuters]
  • The Children’s Museum of Los Angeles receives the largest gift in its history – $10 million from an anonymous donor.  [Los Angeles Times]
  • Houston’s Museum of Fine Arts rakes in $185.8 million in donations in 2006, topping the list for U.S. arts organizations.  [Bloomberg]
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