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Basket weavers weave their magic at the Benalla Art Gallery

Creative: Red bowl (2022) by Shirley Mills of the Border and North East Basketmakers is part of the latest Benalla Gallery Shop exhibition. Benalla Art Gallery continues to support local creatives with its latest exhibition Weave. Throughout the month of July, five members of the Border and Northeast Basket Weavers Group display works in the …

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Golden Road Arts will offer free art lessons to elementary and middle school students in Hillsboro Parks

Golden Road Arts will offer free art lessons to elementary and middle school students in Hillsboro Parks HILLSBORO, Oregon., June 28, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Golden Road Arts, a Oregonnonprofit, is giving free art lessons this summer to elementary and middle school students in 16 of the Hillsboro public parks. Both Golden Road Arts and the …

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Galleri Kaya sheds light on the evolution of Bangladeshi art

There was a time in the history of Bangladeshi art when the language of artists, more often than not, was non-figurative. The visuals read like complex poems, with shapes depicted through exaggerations or outright abstractions. However, over time the language of art evolved into something more figurative. This is not to say that contemporary art …

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Berks artist Bruce Becker showing oil paintings and sculptures tonight [Spotlight]

June 19 – Internationally acclaimed artist Bruce Becker, who lives and works in Berks County, will be featured in a solo exhibition that opens with a reception today from 5-9 p.m. and runs through July 8 at Warehouse Studios, 700 Lancaster Ave. . Becker’s work has been shown, requested and performed around the world. This …

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The Ayyam Gallery hosts the exhibition on paper “In the footsteps of Cai Lun II”

Untitled work by Moustafa Fathi in mixed media on canvas. Mohammad Yusuf, Feature Writer Ayyam Gallery, Dubai, is currently presenting In the Footsteps of Cai Lun II: Selected Works on Paper (May 18 – September 5), a group exhibition that delves into an essential but often overlooked medium. Modern paper forms date back to the …

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Distinguished Local Artists Featured in New CFA Exhibits | Community

Staff report New exhibits at the Floyd Center for the Arts are being celebrated with an opening reception tomorrow, June 11 and June 18. Distinguished artist Tom Nakashima’s ‘Selected Works’ exhibition at the Hayloft Gallery and an outdoor performance in the Breezeway will be presented during the first opening reception at 5 p.m. on Saturday, …

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Hughie Lee-Smith and the politics of introspection

The most acclaimed black artist to come out of Cleveland is widely recognized as Hughie Lee-Smith (1915-1999). The Cleveland Museum of Art website describes him as “one of the most gifted figurative painters of his generation”. One of Lee-Smith’s most famous paintings, “Rooftop,” awaits your consideration and contemplation, and perhaps discussion with a friend. Hughie …

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Review: Paula Rego: Subversive Stories @ Arnolfini

By Yazmin Sadik, first year english Content Warning: Abortion Mentions At the height of the February storms, I decided to finally visit Arnolfini’s Paula Rego: Subversive Stories collection. I wanted to see his exhibition at Tate Britain, which ended over a year ago, after seeing a picture of The policeman’s daughter depicting a brutally beautiful …

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Istanbul’s Sabancı Museum welcomes the arrival of spring with Hockney

Sakıp Sabancı Museum (SSM), one of Istanbul’s most important museums, celebrates the arrival of spring with a new exhibition featuring works by English painter, draftsman, printmaker, set designer and photographer David Hockney. “The Arrival of Spring, Normandy, 2020”, organized in collaboration with Akbank, will be on display at the museum until July 29. Hockney, a …

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The Titanic Expedition, a Unique Opportunity for These Native Artists of NL

Alex Antle and Nelson White are two M’ikmaw artists who were chosen to go on an expedition to the site of the Titanic disaster and create art based on their experience. (Submitted by Alex Antle and Nelson White) Two Indigenous artists from Newfoundland and Labrador will sail to the site of one of history’s most …

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Rarely Seen Works by Robert Rauschenberg Unveiled at Three Sales Shows in New York and Salzburg

Robert Rauschenberg is one of the few artists who were truly legends in their time. Still, history has been kinder to him than the secondary market. If collectors are willing to pay a premium for his serigraphy and combine paintings, they attach greater value to the work of his peers Jasper Johns and Cy Twombly. …

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Spooky lakes and beach trash: How a Wisconsin teacher and artist gained 1.3 million TikTok followers

Geo Rutherford combines environmentalism and art. Image: Instagram (@someprintlife) By Rachel Duket “Um yes, hello…” said a floating voice in front of an old map of the Great Lakes. In the lower right corner, a small “TikTok” graphic floats near a woman’s head. Only his eyes and forehead are visible. Geo Rutherford then embarks on …

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Adults can get creative with in-person Arts+ classes | Entertainment

CHARLOTTE – Arts+ is returning to in-person classes with free creative workshops for adults via Culture Blocks. The program, which is a partnership between the Arts and Sciences Council and Mecklenburg County, engages with creative people and organizations by presenting arts, science or history programs in geographic areas specific. Arts+ moved this series to a …

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Maine Art Gallery featuring works by Spindleworks artists in Brunswick

A mixed media painting by Diane Oliver, one of several Spindleworks artists in Brunswick, whose work will be exhibited at the Maine Art Gallery in Wiscasset this month. Photo courtesy of Spindleworks The Maine Art Gallery in Wiscasset opened its 2022 season with an exhibition titled “Time Shift,” featuring work by artists from Spindleworks in …

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Open Studios artists set to show workspaces and artwork – The Mercury News

Artistic expression has many facets, from painting and sculpture to wearable art. Silicon Valley Open Studios is an opportunity to explore local talent by depicting their creative processes in their studios. This year’s open studios span the first three weekends of May, with South Bay artists opening their workspaces on May 21 and 22. These …

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Science under the microscope of the visual arts: NewsCenter

May 5, 2022 Gabrielle Meli ’22 presented an interdisciplinary thesis exhibition at the end of the Spring 2022 semester titled Birefringence– a phenomenon that occurs when plane-polarized light passes through minerals under a microscope. (Photo University of Rochester/J. Adam Fenster) Double majoring in art and geology, Gabrielle Meli, a …

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Ahead of the Summer 2022 Fine Arts Fair – Kingston News

Editorial Note: The following is a submitted preview of the upcoming pre-summer fine art show, compiled by the show organizers. The views and opinions expressed do not necessarily reflect those of Kingstonist. After two very disappointing cancellations due to COVID-19, the next ‘Before the Summer Fine Art Show’ is scheduled for Saturday, May 7 (10am-5pm) …

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A celebration of sustainability – Press Telegram

Long Beach By Jane Close Conoley Friday April 22 marked the 52nd time the world celebrated Earth Day. Since its first celebration, scientists, political leaders, environmentally conscious organizations and individuals have used the day to show their support for environmental protection. More than a billion people in 193 countries took part in this year’s Earth …

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At India Art Fair, Miniature Dresses by Bushra Waqas Khan Explore Questions of Colonialism and the Female Body

The designs, shapes and silhouettes of the clothes are centered on an imperial past, serving as a strong reminder of the impact of colonialism on Pakistan. “If you look at the patterns on the stamp paper, they don’t seem to be from that area. Remove the star and crescent emblems, remove the ‘Pakistan’ text written …

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With the Cosmic Cruiser collection, Céline leans

Youth culture and individuality are at the heart of CELINE HOMME’s Cosmic Cruiser collection. Creative director Hedi Slimane selected the work of 14 artists to adorn a variety of designs, including sweatshirts, bucket hats, skateboards and wide leg jeans. Mixing a stick-and-poke aesthetic with an almost emo angst, Cosmic Cruiser’s pieces represent a melange of …

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Emsworth is set to become a thriving arts center once again as it hosts the 21st Arts Trail with over 80 creatives exhibiting across the village

Painting, engraving, photography, textile art, wood, ceramics, jewellery, glassware and sculpture by local artisans will be exhibited to the public on April 23, 24 and 30, as well as May 1 and 2. This year the Emsworth Arts Trail will host 85 artists to showcase their work, creating a colorful and creative journey around the …

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Former Mother Mousse cake designer launches ‘creepy but cute’ art business

STATEN ISLAND, NY — Keri Sheheen, 31, grew up at a well-known Staten Island bakery learning the trade of cake decorating. “Mother Moss gave me a unique insight behind the scenes of running a small business and the amount of hard work and dedication it takes to be successful,” said the Ward Hill resident. Her …

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Mel Chin urges humanity to view the world with interest and criticism in “There’s Something Happening Here” – Tone Madison

The conceptual artist’s career retrospective will run at the Madison Museum of Contemporary Art through July 31. Header photo: A wide shot of a gallery at the Madison Museum of Contemporary Art shows visitors walking through and looking at works by Mel Chin. At the end of the gallery, a large portal resembling the door …

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Local and Area Students Honored at Messiah Festival Juried Student Art Exhibition

By SALINA POST LINDSBORG — Several Bethany College students, including three from Salina and one from McPherson, have been honored as part of the 2022 Messiah Festival student art exhibit. The exhibition is on display in the Mingenback Gallery until Monday and is open to the public free of charge. The gallery, at the corner …

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A student exhibit at Duke Chapel depicts saints past and present

Duke University Chapel has selected Rebekah Schultz, a student at Duke Divinity School, as this year’s C. Eric Lincoln Fellow in Theology and Art. As part of the fellowship, Duke Chapel is presenting an exhibition of prints by Schultz, titled “Communion of Saints: A Reflection on the Body of Christ through Time and Space.” The …

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Clarion River Gallery and Phrame It! Opens on Main Street :: exploreClarion.com

BUGLE. Pennsylvania (EYT) – Clarion River Gallery and Phrame It! opened this week on Main Street, with resident Kris Cosby offering a custom framing store and art gallery located on 6th Avenue. Cosby takes over the space at 1 North 6th Avenue, below FL Crooks & Co. formerly occupied by Clarion Bicycle & Outdoor, Kate’s …

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Tributes to deceased former Chesterfield College tutor and award-winning artist Tony Currell

Tony Currell, who lived in Cutthorpe, was head of printmaking at the college for 20 years until 2002. His duties included life drawing and some painting lessons. Tony’s niece Helen Currell said: “He was charming, kind, an inspiring tutor but honest with his students.” Register to our daily newsletter The newsletter mute the noise Anthony …

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Reframing a More Inclusive American West in Modern and Contemporary Art

Our ideas about the American West, including the Pacific Northwest, are often shaped by commonly accepted, inaccurate, or incomplete historical accounts. “When I hear the word ‘West,’ I think of a system of violent thought and history that is Eurocentric,” says Ka’ila Farrell-Smith, a visual artist, writer and contemporary Klamath Modoc activist. “Many Wests: Artists …

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Inside Track: Bayard perpetuates the historical heritage

His grandmother’s house filled with memorabilia inspired George Bayard to open a museum. Courtesy of Georges Bayard George Bayard safeguards African-American history. He is the executive director of Grand Rapids African American Museum and Archives (GRAAMA). Bayard is responsible for presenting and preserving the history of African American art and has spent his life as …

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Cambridge School of Art students present Through the Red Door

Eight emerging artists, all postgraduate students at the Cambridge School of Art, are to hold an exhibition in the crypt of Zion Baptist Chapel on Bradmore Street, Cambridge. Through the red door is a mixture of painting, printmaking, photography, sculpture and more. More Teeth Vicar by ARU student Jenny Seabrook at Through the Red Door …

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Easthampton arts non-profit stimulates the creativity of young participants on behalf of the scholarship fund

EASTHAMPTON – Art was in bloom on the Cottage Street promenade as Resilient Community Arts held its first-ever ‘Doodle-A-Thon’. Despite a drizzle late Saturday morning, the creativity of the handfuls of young people alongside their families was not dampened. Five-year-old Olivia Downey and her brother, Camden Downey, 2, lay opposite each other along the sidewalk …

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Local Galleries Offer Plenty of Views to Welcome Spring

As the pandemic loosens its grip, art is making a comeback, especially in local galleries, including at the University of Massachusetts Amherst and some other area campuses. Here are snapshots of new and current exhibits worth checking out. University Museum of Contemporary Art, UMass – “Prince,” an exhibition of prints by New York-based artist Nicole …

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Artist paints mural that tells the story of eastern Alabama | Way of life

OPELIKA, Ala. – Chris Johnson says his career as a mural painter began as a way to tell the story of local communities. “It’s the most exciting thing I’ve ever done, it’s the hardest thing I’ve ever done, but it’s also the most rewarding,” said Johnson, who lives in Columbus, in Georgia. Johnson has completed …

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Three ICC students among winners of State Student Art Competition | Print specifications

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Metro Gallery exhibition will feature landscapes by Ben Darling | neighborhood supplement

SUBMITTED BY LINDA STEPHEN for Neighborhood Extra The Metro Gallery, 1316 N St., will open a new exhibition featuring award-winning Nebraska artist Ben Darling at a First Friday event April 1 from 3-7 p.m. The “New Landscapes and Aspects of the Earth” exhibit includes works featuring the high plains of western Nebraska in a variety …

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Seven Must-See Museum Day Trips | General Arts & Culture | Hudson Valley

The Hudson Valley has its share of world-class museums and art galleries. Current local exhibits include “Mary Frank: The Observing Heart” at the Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art in New Paltz; “This Tender, Fragile Thing” at the Jack Shainman Gallery: The School in Kinderhook; and Emily Oliveira’s “Red Velvet, Orange Crush” at the Geary Gallery, …

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Walnut Creek Art Gallery calls for applications for juried exhibition

WALNUT STREAM The Valley Art Gallery is calling for artists to participate in a juried exhibition titled “Slopes of Diablo 2022”. The subject is each artist’s perspective and interpretation of East Bay’s ubiquitous landmark, Mount Diablo. Only two-dimensional mediums – painting, drawing, photography, engraving, collage or mixed media – will be accepted, as well as …

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🌱 Devinny 1st Graders Doing Good + RTD May Bungle Refi + No Homes

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The first open exhibition to be held in the Old Parcels Office at Scarborough station opens this weekend.

The Old Parcels Office call for work attracted over 350 applications from 140 artists across the UK. The selected exhibitions are presented from Saturday March 12 Works by 44 of the artists were selected by the expert jury for the exhibition. The panel included Paula MacArthur, artist and tutor at the Royal College of Art, …

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Student artwork on display at Leominster Town Hall until March 8

LEOMINSTER – The annual citywide Leominster Youth Art Exhibition is currently taking place in the Tata Auditorium at Town Hall until March 8, an exhibition presented by the Art Department of Leominster Public Schools which features over 300 works of art created by dozens of talented students from Kindergarten to Grade 12. Leominster High School …

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A Facebook hack could have wiped out Time Warp comics. It’s finally restarting

It’s an old rule in comics: never believe that something is really gone if there’s no body. And even then, wait. That’s what came to mind when Time Warp Comics and Games in Boulder went radio (or internet) silent in late January. There were rumors that Time Warp was gone, but luckily that wasn’t the …

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Todo Cambia: Merced Human Rights Film Festival kicks off March 5

Artists and activists from across the country, including Merced, are taking part in a unique six-day film festival dedicated to social justice issues. The artists, along with prominent scholars, will meet via UC Merced for Todo Cambia: Merced Human Rights Film Festival, which runs March 5-10. The festival’s opening event will highlight the work of …

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Rockport Alumni Lecture Series to Feature 2 Photographers

Shown is “Amidst the Rain” by Susan Burnstein, one of two photographers to be the next presenters of the alumni lecture series. Photo submitted ROCKPORT — Two photographers, Susan Burnstine and Justyne Davis, are set to be the next presenters for the Alumni Lecture Series, a weekly online series offered by Maine Media Workshops + …

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Discover the Joy of the Unexpected at Fidra Fine Art’s Engraving Exhibition

Jan Patience: Discovering the Joy of the Unexpected at Fidra Fine Art’s Engraving Exhibition Calendar An icon of a desktop calendar. to cancel An icon of a circle with a diagonal line across it. Caret A right-pointing solid arrow icon. E-mail An icon of a paper envelope. Facebook An icon of Facebook’s “f” mark. google …

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Winter is ending and campus arts and entertainment is blooming

March is Women’s History Month, and this year’s theme is “Offering Healing, Promoting Hope”. Attend a talk given by #BlackLives Matter movement co-creator Alicia Garza on March 2 or celebrate in the Erb Memorial Union Ballroom with authentic international cuisine and cultural and educational performances during the International Day event of the woman on March …

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Frank To, professor of art at Inverness College UHI, scores a double in the London art world

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Solo exhibition aims to re-mystify the Indus River

ISLAMABAD: Satrang Gallery has curated a solo exhibition titled ‘Bera Paar’ by Zulfikar Ali Bhutto, an artist and curator whose work resurrects complex histories in the region of South Asia, Southwest Asia and Asia. ‘North Africa. In the process, he uncovers the intersections of religion, storytelling, the future, and environmental degradation through a multimedia practice …

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Enjoy a family winter vacation at the Staten Island Museum

Join the Staten Island Museum for a winter recreation inspired by Jennifer Angus’ current Magicicada exhibit. Telling stories through engraving and collages of exotic insects. All ages are welcome. Telling a story through print Friday, February 25 from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. $15/$10 museum members (includes museum admission) Registration is recommended: https://www.statenislandmuseum.org/event/storyprintmaking/ Artist Jennifer …

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Fine Line Creative Arts Center opens “The Winter Palette” show on February 17

Winter is often seen as a gloomy season, with dull or minimal colors, without the vibrancy of other seasons, such as the rich colors of fall or the vibrant colors of flowers seen in spring and summer. Studies have shown that most Americans rank winter as their least favorite season. The Fine Line Creative Arts …

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Art review: There’s a lot to read between the lines at the Rockland exhibition

The line is arguably the most fundamental tool in art, the cornerstone of drawing and painting, and an indispensable device for conveying perspective, depth, and dimension. Abstract expressionism is a possible exception, although even some of this depends on the line for its rhythm and energy (see Jackson Pollock). Paul Klee said: “A line is …

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Conference champions South Ripley rank four on All-ORVC women’s basketball team

The Lady Raiders will face North Knox on Saturday at Crawford County Regional. Photo Shutterstock. (Versailles, Ind.) — The Ohio River Valley Conference has named the best female basketball players for the 2021-22 season. The ORVC All-Conference Team, Coach of the Year and Mental Attitude Award winner were announced Thursday. Conference champion South Ripley (18-8 …

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Silvermine Arts Center in New Canaan Receives $10,000 Grant

NEW CANAAN, CT – The Silvermine Arts Center has received a $10,000 Challenge America grant to support its Art Partners After-School Art Club, which provides professional teaching artists and in-depth art education to elementary and middle school students in Norwalk , Stamford and Bridgeport. According to a press release, the Challenge America grants from the …

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Here are the top 14 things to do in Houston this weekend

Bundle up, Houston: this weekend, starting Thursday, promises to be chilly. Those who venture will be rewarded with a wide range of offers. Look for Argentinian empanada night, cutting-edge opera, art sales and vernissages, hot music events, and more. Outdoor enthusiasts who don’t mind winter weather will be thrilled with Memorial Park’s new land bridges, …

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Following these “Sweet Dreams”: the artist opens an intriguing exhibition at the Mandrake Gallery

By Elva K. Österreich Las Cruces Bulletin Anne Q, a busy mother of a 7 year old, makes a living from her original art. The artist, graphic designer and printmaker creates works exploring themes of mental and physical dystopia using a combination of analog and digital media. Layering found imagery with layers of texture, she …

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Resilient Community Arts expands access to art for low-income families

EASTHAMPTON – While it may be believed that ‘art is for everyone’, unfortunately not everyone has access to the opportunities that art provides. But Maddie McDougall hopes to change that in Pioneer Valley with the help of her new nonprofit Resilient Community Arts. The organization, which moved into Suite 44 of the Eastworks building in …

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Maine Media Workshops will host an engraver from San Francisco

Maine Media Workshops + College plans to host an online talk, “Waste Not, Want Not,” by San Francisco printmaker Marsha Shaw at 1 p.m. on Wednesday, February 2. Photo submitted ROCKPORT — Maine Media Workshops + College plans to host an online talk, “Waste Not, Want Not,” by San Francisco printmaker Marsha Shaw at 1 …

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A photographer explores the links between Africa and the diaspora

Photographer and multimedia artist Delphine Fawundu plans to share her latest work exploring the connections between Africa and the Diaspora in an online conference, “Tales and Textiles,” at 4:30 p.m. on Thursday, January 27. These works include “Passageways #2, Secrets, Traditions, Truths Said and Unsaid or Unsaid. Photo by Delphine Fawundu ROCKPORT — Photographer and …

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Interactive Art Opening Event at Bluenose Gopher Features Artwork by Owner Member Krystl Louwagie

On Friday, February 4, artist Marshall Krystl Louwagie is hosting an interactive art opening at the Bluenose Gopher Public House. The event kicks off an exhibition gallery of his works which will be at Bluenose Gopher throughout the month and will provide the opportunity to create art, buy art and taste snacks and drinks. After …

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Missoula Artist Designs Label for Dogfish Head Specialty Beers | Arts & Theater

Max Mahn, a Missoula artist and IPA fan, got the job out of the blue: to design labels, packaging and posters for Dogfish Head Brewery, one of the most renowned – and quirky – in the country. The Delaware-based craft brewer has selected Mahn, an engraver specializing in concert posters under the name Twin Home …

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Woodlands Arts Council awards over $ 32,000 in micro-grants to area schools and private organizations to support the arts

THE WOODLANDS, TX – The Woodlands Arts Council (TWAC) proudly awarded a total of $ 32,420 in micro-grants to nine local schools and three private organizations / artists in the area on January 5, 2022. The awards are the result of the inaugural Dr. David Gottlieb Education Microgrant and The Woodlands Arts Council Artist Microgrant …

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Rydell Visual Arts Scholarship Exhibition ━ Times Publishing Group, Inc.

Four local visual artists have been selected by the Santa Cruz County Community Foundation to receive the Rydell Visual Arts Fellowship Awards for 2022 and 2023. They are Kristiana Chan, Anna Friz, Kajahl Benes-Trapp and Janette Gross. Each scholarship recipient receives a $ 20,000 scholarship to pursue their artistic career. ••• Kajahl Benes-Trapp was born …

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The Dresser of Dreams relieves confinement frustrations

Emilie Maude Andrew Churchill, Gallery Director, said: “It was such a joy to have Emily’s work in the gallery. Its color is like a firework explosion and its reference material is a lot of fun to identify. “Emily is a Brighton-based artist and designer, having trained in illustration at the University of Brighton. “Emily’s studio …

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UNCP art student receives printmaking assistant

PEMBROKE – Leeanna Earp of UNC-Pembroke has been selected as an assistant for the 40th annual Frogman Print Workshops. The Frogman Print Shop is recognized as one of the most prestigious printmaking workshops in the world, attracting professional artists, educators and students from across the country. Earp, a senior studio art student, was selected as …

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Fargo artist brings creation myth to life in first tribal youth center – InForum

FARGO – Fargo-Moorhead-based Anna Johnson is an engraver, painter, multimedia artist and owner of Flying 7’s Fine Art. It is also a connector. “My big thing in my life is connecting people,” she says. But ask him more about his art and you will realize that his ability to make connections extends deeply to his …

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Archibald, Beatles and Desert Art: Summer Delights in Australia’s Regional Galleries | Culture

Fancy a road trip to celebrate the end of a very trying year? Hop on your bike, charge the electric vehicle, shift gears on gas to visit one of Australia’s regional art galleries. And don’t forget to check the entry rules secured against Covid in advance. Geelong Gallery: Archie 100: a century of the Archibald …

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Registrations open for Spring 2022 Art Museum courses • Coral Springs Talk

By Bryan Boggiano The Coral Springs Museum of Art is “entering” the new year with new courses and activities. The museum has announced that registrations for its winter-spring art classes are now open for two seasonal sessions. Session I lasts from January 20 to March 5. Session II lasts from March 28 to May 7. …

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The Show Must Go On: How Sun Valley Returned To The Stage In Summer 2021 | Arts and events

One of the most mysterious powers of art is its ability to bring communities together. And one of the hardest parts of the past two years has been putting that aside. Fortunately, in the summer of 2021, some of our favorite local events are back in force. Now, as you’re snuggled up at home, with …

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UW-Madison Increases Research Spending By $ 67 Million, Maintains National Top 10 Ranking

The National Science Foundation has released its Higher Education Research and Development (HERD) data for fiscal 2020 and the University of Wisconsin-Madison again ranked 8th in the National Research Rankings for public and private universities. UW-Madison placed 8th in the latest survey covering fiscal 2019. UW-Madison research spending data in 2020 shows that between July …

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JCDC seeks to promote digital art – Jamaica News Service

The Jamaican Commission for Cultural Development (JCDC) seeks to promote digital art through its Jamaican visual arts competition and exhibition. The event was open to artists aged six and over, who are Jamaican citizens, or who have resided in Jamaica for at least two years as of the closing date for entries. Entries were accepted …

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Robert Cumming, whose photos transformed camera work, has died

Robert Cumming, an artist known for his conceptual photographs which were instrumental in a major transformation of camera work in the 1970s and early 1980s, died December 16 in Desert Hot Springs, Calif. . He was 78 years old. According to his life partner, Margaret Irwin-Brandon, Cumming died of complications from Parkinson’s disease. Cumming worked …

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Photo Opp Brings Unique Visual Workspace to Fox Valley

APPLETON – A one-of-a-kind visual workspace is coming to Fox Valley. Photo Opp, an organization supporting local photographers and videographers, was launched last month in Appleton. The association plans to create a workspace – which will include a studio for photo and video shoots, a darkroom for film development and more – for amateur and …

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Art around the city – flag pole

ACC LIBRARY (2025 Baxter St.) Lisa Freeman sheds light on the mystery of oblivion through “Furthermore”, an exhibition of assemblage art constructed from found objects and photographs. Until January 2. ARTWALL @ INDIGO (500 College Ave.) “All of Nothing” considers the intersection of natural and industrial beauty through the works of Alexa Rivera, Christina Matacotta …

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