Printmaking

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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