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🌱 Soaring Egg Prices + Homeless Day Shelter Study + Equity and Resilience

Hello again, neighbors! I’m back in your inbox this morning with your fresh copy of the Bouldering Daily. Happy Thanksgiving! Here’s what’s happening in town, including… Boulder’s report on how to provide services that include a Day shelter for the homelessis now available. Fairness will be at the top of the list after Boulder passed …

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Tyrrell Tapaha’s New Approach to Navajo Pictorial Textiles

FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. — It’s been an incredible year for Tyrrell Tapaha, 21-year-old Diné fiber artist and sixth-generation (he/they) weaver, to be named a Brandford/Elliott Award recipient by the Textile Society of America, to have a major textile placed in the permanent collection of Forge Project. “I’m very lucky not to have to struggle. A lot …

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Stephanie Dotson teaches all the different printmaking styles – The Channels

Stephanie Dotson’s print lab is a constant whirlwind of creativity and action. Many City College students follow her class out of curiosity and come away with new skills, inspirations, and artwork. In her 15 years of teaching at City College, she has seen countless students fall in love with printmaking and cherish it as part …

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Glasgow visual arts charity Project Ability is hosting a fundraising exhibition

An award-winning Glasgow art charity launched its annual fundraising exhibition this week. Project Ability’s “The Print Show”, held at its Trongate venue, features prints submitted by its roster of talented artists with all artwork available for purchase in the gallery and online. This exhibition is the charity’s largest – attracting submissions from more than 300 …

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Barbara Earl Thomas contextualizes Grace Hopper’s new windows during a lecture on campus

Barbara Earl Thomas returns to New Haven to discuss her recent commission with painter and printmaker Christopher Paul Jordan, ART ’23 Brooklyn Brauner 10:49 p.m., November 13, 2022 Collaborating journalist Michael Garman, staff photographer Acclaimed visual artist, writer, and arts administrator Barbara Earl Thomas will engage in a conversation with Christopher Paul Jordan ART ’23 …

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Janice Wong’s New ‘Ebb & Flow’ Ceramics Show Opens Tonight – Scout Magazine

From today until the end of December, two different neighborhood boutiques – Itsumo in Mount Pleasant and Sort in Kitsilano – will both feature the works of multidisciplinary artist Janice Wong, for her first-ever exhibition of ceramics, titled Ebb and flow. A primarily two-dimensional artist working in painting, printmaking, drawing and photography, Wong ventured into …

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College of the Ozarks Hosts ‘Every Moment Holy’ Art Exhibit Through Nov. 14

POINT LOOKOUT, MO. – Artist Ned Bustard’s work is on display at the College of the Ozarks, through November 14, at the Boger Art Gallery. Located inside the Jones Learning Center, the Boger Art Gallery is open Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. and Sunday from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. The …

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Ann and Gordon Getty’s 1,500-item collection hit $150 million in 10 auctions

Ann and Gordon Getty’s collection has reached over US$150 million at four live auctions and six online sales at Christie’s. Courtesy of Christie’s Text size Ann and Gordon Getty’s collection fetched more than $150 million at four live auctions and six online sales at Christie’s that ended Tuesday, making it one of the top three …

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Discover and honor your inner goddess on this creative course from Kilkenny

The Butler Gallery Kilkenny encourages people to join them for a 12-week printmaking course by Michelle McMahon at the Learning Centre. The creative course will take place on Tuesdays from November 8 to December 13, 2022 and from January 3 to February 7, 2023 The gallery says it will be an immersive printmaking project to …

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The exhibition “Mirror, mirror” reflects the many roles of women

All artists are contemporary, including several from Ohio, Virginia, Florida, and Wisconsin, and work in a variety of mediums with over 50 works. Artists and their mediums include Erin Holscher Almazan, printmaking; Julie Blackmon, photography; Alicia Brown, painting; Jessica Calderwood, ceramics; Kristen Cliffel, ceramics; Rebecca Cross, textiles; Lalla Essaydi, photography; Jessica Gardner, ceramics; Marcella Hackbardt, …

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Milagros: A Prayer for Downtown San Antonio | UTSA today | UTSA

A familiarity with downtown San Antonio comes easier for Rodriguez Gil than for many. The UTSA alumnus spent most of her childhood in schools near the downtown corridor, where she helped in her mother’s photography studio and often attended mass at the Cathedral of San Fernando. After graduating from Providence High School, she moved to …

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Art Reviews: William Wilson | Conversations with the Collection | Denis Buchan

William Wilson: Print, Paint, Glass – An Anniversary Exhibition, Royal Scottish Academy, Edinburgh ***** Conversations with the Collection, Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art, Edinburgh **** Dennis Buchan, Compass Gallery, Glasgow **** The Lawnmarket, Edinburgh, by William Wilson “Come up and see my engravings!” The motive for this legendary lustful invitation was certainly improper, but …

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“When the dogs stop barking” explores the humanitarian crisis at the borders

“NM 2 TRU (in progress)”, Haley Greenfeather English (Red Lake/Turtle Mountain-Ojibwe/Irish). (Courtesy of 516 Arts) The border landscape is a cauldron where political divisions and humanitarian unrest converge. The US Border Patrol and Immigration Customs Enforcement police the area as a militarized zone, imprisoning countless asylum seekers in internment camps. Open at 516 ARTS, “When …

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Meet the typographic artist exploring the hidden visual culture in Arab history

Young visual artist Ali Almasri from Amman, Jordan uses the Arabic letter as a form of identity. His visuals are dictated by his personal experiences and his inspirations from his native culture. With a background in printmaking, traditional Arabic calligraphy and the history of Islamic arts, he has led workshops in different cities in the …

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Scholarships awarded at the CHMA 16 de Septiembre ceremony | Pictures

It was a delicious evening steeped in the history of Mexico’s independence with a traditional Mexican dance and a delicious meal of chicken mole. Scholarships were also awarded to three high school students. The Comisión Honorífica Mexicana Americana, CHMA, held the annual September 16 celebration Friday at the CHMA Community Center, where it commemorated Father …

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Summary Adirondack: opening of the new Geurtze exhibition on September 24 | News, Sports, Jobs

Printmaker Deborah Geurtze demonstrates the mat in the framing room of her studio. (Photo provided – ADK Summary) SARANAC LAKE — The Abstract Adirondack Gallery will present a retrospective exhibit and sale of artwork by Saranac Lake painter and printmaker Deborah Geurtze over the coming weekends. His works will be displayed …

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Local voices: Hafeezah Soni of the Jo Cox Foundation on The Belonging in Batley and Spen project

The eight workshops took place from May to July 2022. This year at the Jo Cox Foundation, we wanted to support a group of Batley and Spen participants to explore what it means to them to belong. The learning and outcomes of these conversations would inspire the group to collectively and collaboratively design, organize and …

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UAFS receives $18.77 million from Windgate Foundation for nursing and arts programs

The University of Arkansas at Fort Smith received an $18.77 million gift from the Windgate Foundation to expand the university’s nursing and arts programs. The donation is the largest in the university’s 94-year history. A Friday, September 9, UAFS press release noted that the money will “significantly increase the number of nursing graduates and cultivate …

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Interior art | Major honoraria: local artists Boyd, Gregor and Hoffman recognized for their life’s work

LISA NELSON RAABE Three beloved teachers were recently recognized in central Illinois. Two Illinois State University professors, Harold Boyd and Harold Gregor, in Bloomington-Normal; and in Peoria, Bradley’s Ken Hoffman. Although each of these artists is long retired, their influence is still actively present. Bringing similar yet very different approaches to their own work, they …

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Raglan Arts Weekend returns better than ever with more artists, styles and creations

A meeting of earth and water by new RAW artist, Dyana Wells. Photo / Provided Despite three postponements in two years, Raglan Arts Weekend (RAW) is moving full steam ahead with preparations for a knockout event in 2022, with an official preview exhibition opening later this month. Now firmly anchored on the Labor Weekend agenda …

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“A reflection of what it means to be a Minnesotan” at the State Fair’s Beaux-Arts Building

Each year, the Minnesota State Fair hosts several competitions, ranging from food to different art forms. At the Palais des Beaux-Arts, some artists create works under the gaze of visitors. Apple Valley’s Irene Wesee ​​photographed impromptu model Kathleen Murphy, whom Wesee ​​dressed in a flowing blue dress. She also placed faux roses in Murphy’s red …

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McAllister and Hendrick at the San Juan Islands Museum of Art

On August 28, 2022, join local artists Marsha McAllister and Glenn Hendrick for a glimpse into their respective artistic journeys. Alchemy Art Center, in partnership with the San Juan Islands Museum of Art, is hosting an Artist Talk Series featuring local and guest artists. Lectures are held in the upstairs workshop area of ​​SJIMA (located …

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second North Country Arts Festival kicks off August 31 in St. Lawrence County | St. Lawrence County

POTSDAM – The second North Country Arts Festival, organized by SLC Arts, will feature various events designed to illuminate artistic talent across the county. The festival runs from August 31 to October 8. “The NoCo Arts Festival is an opportunity to showcase all of the artistic resources that exist in the county and to market …

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Editors’ Picks: 8 events for your arts calendar this week, from a show by a Banksy trailblazer to Trisha Brown at Rockaway Beach

Each week, we seek out the most exciting and thought-provoking shows, screenings and events, both digital and in-person in the New York area. Discover our selections from around the world below. (Times are all ET unless otherwise noted.) tuesday august 16 Federico Zuccaro Taddeo rejected by Francesco Il Sant’Angelo, (circa 1595). Image courtesy of the …

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🌱 Man Wanted for Using Stolen Credit Card + Family Concerts + Exhibition

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Art Center Offers August Classes – Estes Park Trail-Gazette

On display “The Beauty of the Natural World Through My Lens” featuring photography by member artist Scott Dorman is currently on display. Featured founding member With wood art by John Lynch In addition to photography by artist member Scott Dorman and woodwork by founding member John Lynch, there is an exhibit on the “Reflections in …

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Locals will be the stars of the 10th International Journeys Festival this month

People from across Leicestershire are gearing up to perform and take part in the UK’s first Festival of Sanctuary from August 12-14 in Leicester city centre. Working alongside outdoor arts specialists, Southpaw Dance Company, members of local communities will perform alongside professional actors and dancers in a large-scale show that will wow audiences. Rush will …

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The Holland Arts Council announces three upcoming exhibitions

HOLLAND, Michigan — The Holland Arts Council has announced three new exhibits. The first exhibition will be presented from July 11. All the feelings will be exhibited from June 11 to September 3. It will feature recent artwork from the Arts Council’s Art for All programme. The program was launched in 1985 and is aimed …

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Stephen Hannock’s Free Talk, stories behind the flooded waterfall

Thursday, August 11e, the Buffalo Bill Center of the West’s Whitney Western Art Museum will host artist Stephen Hannock. Mr. Hannock’s free lecture explores his work flooded waterfalla recent gift to the Whitney Museum. “Flooded Cascade, Yellowstone Dawn” by Stephen Hannock, 2010. Gift of the artist in honor of Senator Alan and Ann Simpson. 5.21 …

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Cheryl Loatsch Studio to be site of Quincy Artists Guild exhibition August 6-12 – Muddy River News

Works by various artists will be on display August 6-12 at Cheryl Loatsch Studio, 334 S. 48th. | Photos courtesy of Quincy Artists Guild QUINCY — Works by members of the Quincy Artists Guild will be on display Aug. 6-12 at Cheryl Loatsch Studio, 334 S. 48th. Regular hours of operation will be 10 a.m. …

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Artist Placitas has used the pandemic to expand his creative repertoire

“Forest Phoenix”, Dorothy Bunny Bowen, waxproof dye on kimono silk, coral, seed beads with aspen hanger, 27 × 22 inches. (Courtesy of Wild Hearts Gallery) Known for her brightly colored silk textiles, Placitas artist Dorothy Bunny Bowen has expanded her repertoire during the pandemic. As the world stood still, she ventured into her backyard wood, …

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Author and illustrator continues Anglia Ruskin’s V&A winning streak

WINNING ILLUSTRATOR: Kate Rolfe in front of a collection of her illustrations. Kate Rolfe has been named V&A Student Illustrator of the Year, continuing Anglia Ruskin University’s remarkable streak of success at prestigious awards. Kate’s success at the V&A competition, which marked her 50e anniversary this year, means ARU students have now won the final …

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Sticky Fingers – engraving at Narberth’s Oriel Q

Who hasn’t been surprised by the clarity and sharpness of their footprints in the sand? From the handprints of the Lascaux caves in France by our distant ancestors to the masterful design of the engravings of Rembrandt, the printed image has always fascinated artists and collectors. This summer, Narberth’s Oriel Q gallery brought together an …

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Exploring the depths of space just got easier, local vintage print artist finds a home in Garland and new music! | Arts & Culture | Spokane | Interior of the Pacific Northwest

Click to enlarge STARRY EYEDIf you have followed NASA’s latest adventures, you have surely heard of the JAMES WEBB SPACE TELESCOPE. Otherwise, all you need to know is that it’s undeniably sick. The Webb is the successor to the Hubble Space Telescope, which was launched in 1990. After waiting an agonizing three …

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Progressive, Chubb, Pingan Insurance – InsuranceNewsNet

New Jersey, United States — (SBWIRE) — 07/19/2022 — The latest published study of the global fine art insurance market by WADA Research assesses market size, trend and forecast till 2027. fine arts insurance market research covers important research data and evidence to be a handy resource document for managers, analysts, industry experts and other …

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KNMA boosts arts education with printmaking workshop – India Education | Latest Education News | World Education News

New Delhi: The Kiran Nadar Museum of Art engages in a wide variety of educational activities. Focused on the mission of making art accessible to all, education is one of the ways the museum seeks to promote. In collaboration with Studio Printmaking, this engaging workshop is open to everyone and offers …

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Impressions 7 exhibition, with demos from July 9, at the library – Gulf Islands Driftwood

Norah Layard’s print titled ‘7th’ is part of the Salt Spring Printmakers exhibit in the Library’s Program Room. Artists will be present on Saturday July 9 from 10:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. to answer questions and offer demonstrations. SUBMITTED BY SS ENGRAVERS The annual Salt Spring Printmakers’ Show, now held at …

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Meet Anselmo Swan, Ian Tan Gallery’s Artist of the Month for July – Scout Magazine

Home #7 (2022), oil on canvas 37″ x 245″ Ian Tan Gallery Wares Vancouver, BC | In this new monthly series, the Ian Tan Gallery spotlights an exhibiting artist or an artist it represents, asking them to answer a short four-question interview designed to introduce them to Scout readers. Meet Anselmo Swan, the Ian Tan …

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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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