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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 painting exhibition at the United States Capitol crowns a meaningful personal project for a visual arts student

Hilleary Wray’s painting “Innocence” is currently on display at the United States Capitol, winner of the annual Congressional Art Competition for District 10 in North Carolina. The high school student in the visual arts program submitted the painting – which depicts the porch of her grandparents’ family home in Maiden, North Carolina – last spring …

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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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New gallery artist passionate about teaching at Edwardsville Arts Center

EDWARDSVILLE — When his son was accepted to Washington University in St. Louis, Jeffrey Nihiser knew he had to return to the area. Since returning in the fall from North Carolina, Nihiser has been featured as a new gallery boutique artist and instructor at the Edwardsville Arts Center, attached to Edwardsville High School at 6165 …

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PHOTOS / Voices of Change: The role of multimedia | News

In the age of the influencer, multimedia campaigns are increasingly being used in Columbia County, Oregon, and across the country to shape public policy. The Chronicle has followed the development of two emerging social movements in Columbia County, driven by multimedia broadcasting. Dee Dee and Kevin Andrews, the neighboring landowners featured in the documentary, allowed …

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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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Long-time paint business owner Robert A. Haley dies at 94

[ad_1] Robert A. Haley, 94, the former co-owner and longtime chairman of Conshohocken-based paint company Finnaren & Haley, died Thursday, December 23, at his home in Dunwoody Village in Newtown Square. Mr Haley had spent the last month in hospice care after being hospitalized in November with internal bleeding. The official cause of death has …

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10 personalities who broke barriers in the business world | Multimedia

[ad_1] DCI – diversity, equity and inclusion – has come a long way in the workplace and has gone from dream to reality, although many are still fighting for it. Changes in the workforce did not happen overnight. In the 1950s, women were relegated to roles that seemed feminine and focused on education, such as …

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Parishioners, stranded family reunited after second failure – BC Catholic

[ad_1] When Alisha and Kyle Miller said goodbye to the stranded family they had sheltered for several days at their Agassiz home, they didn’t realize it would be a short absence. Within days, the two families, who had become quick friends, were reunited when the stranded family showed up at the Millers’ gate, again stranded …

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Owasso Educators Retire to Quartz Mountain State Park for Immersive Fall Workshops | New

[ad_1] “OFAI completely filled me with inspiring and inventive ideas to bring back to class,” said Sarah Van Zandt, teacher at the Owasso Grade 7 center. “OFAI provides a professional development space that is not only relevant, but enjoyable,” said Kay Bratcher, teacher at Owasso High School. From staff reports Changing leaves and dropping temperatures …

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Cop killer’s work with restorative justice group sparks anger

Winthrop Police Chief Terence Delehanty believes in the work of Communities for Restorative Justice, known as C4RJ, and says it has had a positive impact on the community. a resolution that holds suspects accountable without arrest or jail time. “It’s about giving children a second chance at life and making them understand how to make …

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WATCH NOW: Moser ‘clicks’ with multimedia | Local

[ad_1] Columbus High School junior Elijah Moser talks about the different activities he’s involved in Columbus High School Junior Elijah Moser is in downtown Columbus earlier this month. Moser is heavily involved with CHS and his church, Connection Christian. Andrew Kiser Editor’s Note: “Leaders of Tomorrow” is a weekly series that features local youth doing …

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Goalless draw with Clayton earns Pitman the Tri-County Classic Division football title

So little has separated the Pitman and Clayton women’s football teams this season. Close on the ground, closer to the standings. Perhaps it was fitting that a scoreless tie in Friday’s Tri-County Classic Division game at Clayton determined the division title by the smallest margin. With the tie, Pitman won the recurve division, improving to …

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Drawing inspiration from the late father, Kapolei Tuli Tagovailoa-Amosa Jr.’s new quarterback hopes to make a name for himself in 2021

Based on his name alone, Tuli Tagovailoa-Amosa Jr. will have a lot to do when he takes the field for the Kapolei soccer team this fall. After playing for Thompson High School in Alabama last fall, the sophomore quarterback will make his Hurricanes debut against Kahuku on Friday night. All sports news from Hawaii Sports …

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High school artist encourages community to paint “Welcome to Mobile” mural

[ad_1] By Lee Peck Click here for updates on this story MOBILE, Alabama (WALA) – What started out as a community service project – actually involves the community. A member of Youth Leadership Mobile, ”artist and McGill High School senior Sarah Beth Bexley wanted to give back and leave a lasting impression on those visiting …

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Photos: Rally for School Resource Officers in Park Square | Multimedia

[ad_1] A small group is coming together to support the retention of School Resource Officers in schools from Park Square to Pittsfield. Friday October 1, 2021. To buy these photos, click here. Tanner White, 14, a freshman at Taconic High School, stands with his parents and a small group of community members on Friday in …

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Colorado man finds painting he created as a teenager 21 years later at Goodwill

[ad_1] DENVER – Shoppers can find wonderful treasures in thrift stores. A Colorado man has found a treasure he created 21 years ago. >> Read more trending news Jacob Hansen said he was recently browsing a Goodwill store in Denver, hoping to find a pan for a meal train to support a friend battling breast …

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The arts play a fundamental role in the education of Scarsdale

[ad_1] The arts play a fundamental role in the education of Scarsdale Parenthood Posted: Thursday September 30, 2021 9:21 AM Joanne wallenstein Join the Friends of Music and the Arts at Scarsdale Supporting Creativity Did you know that over 1,300 students from Scarsdale K-12 Schools participate in instrumental music? That’s more than 25% of students! …

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Canadian pastor says Soviet-style tyranny strangely draws closer after another arrest

Canadian pastor Artur Pawlowski spoke about his latest arrest on Wednesday’s “Ingraham Angle” and reiterated a warning to Americans: totalitarianism is rearing its ugly head in the West. “Pawlowski went viral when he protested against Canada’s insane COVID mandates. And now authorities are arresting him again,” said host Laura Ingraham. The pastor was arrested by …

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Expressive art at the Lycée Victor | Local News

[ad_1] First-year artist Antonio Martinez asked art educator Jennifer Ogden to dilute yellow paint for her Abstract Expressionism splash job outside Victor High School last week. Art students in Victor High School’s printmaking class experimented with Jackson Pollock’s large-format painting style outdoors last week. The freedom to splash paint without touching the canvas was a …

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Olympian Laurel Henn connects nature and community with her original print and hand-painted art

[ad_1] Art often helps bring people together and connects us to each other and to the natural world. It allows us to escape to beautiful, far away places and connect with people around the world without moving at all. Olympian artist Laurel Henn has found peace and joy creating original works of art through engraving …

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Omaha-Lincoln Market to Market Relay will attract approximately 700 racing teams | Nebraska News

About 700 racing teams will tackle a 120km course from Omaha to Lincoln during Saturday’s Market to Market relay. The race is in its 14th year. This will be the first year that 700 teams have registered, said race director Ben Cohoon. Organizers expanded the field to 700 teams ahead of last year’s race. But …

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VIDEO: Recognizing the return to school | Multimedia

[ad_1] U.S. Education Secretary Miguel Cardona shakes hands with Meiah Smith of Northwood Schools, who attends the Penta Career Center studying criminal justice, Wednesday afternoon. Cardona continued the Return to School Road Trip – a bus tour to introduce students and communities who are safely returning to in-person learning – with several events in Indiana …

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Gonzaga College high school launches bicentennial celebrations – Catholic Standard

[ad_1] An arch made of white and purple balloons along the football field, with giant “200” gold balloons atop, announced to the city of Washington the launch of the Gonzaga College High School’s bicentennial celebration on September 8. Events for the 200e Anniversary began with a school-wide mass and assembly on the soccer field, marked …

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Bearden’s New Graphic Design Course Gives Students First Look at a Possible Future Career – The Bark

[ad_1] In an effort to help future artists, fine arts teacher Ms. Paula Goepfert has introduced a new graphic design course. Bearden artists, especially those pursuing a degree in graphic design, no longer have to wait until college courses to find out more. Students who wish to pursue a career in graphic design or even …

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Painting of the orange and red “Q” to welcome the students of Greenville

[ad_1] Residents of Quincy shouldn’t worry about seeing the “Q” undergo a transformation this Thursday, September 2nd. The traditionally white “Q” that overlooks the city will be painted orange, red and white – orange in honor of the colors of Greenville High, Trojan Red of Quincy High and a white stripe in between. Local entrepreneur …

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Brookville class of 2022 painted senior wall | Multimedia

[ad_1] At Brookville High School (BHS), painting the senior wall at the start of the school year has been a tradition for the 12th grade class since 2007. This year marks the fifteenth time the wall has been painted, even though it has been painted. been painted under different circumstances than usual. The senior wall …

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Council of Toronto Recognizes Firefighter and Authorizes Loan | News, Sports, Jobs

[ad_1] HONORED FIREFIGHTER – Toronto council recognized Rick “Beetle” Bailey on Monday night for his 41 years as a volunteer firefighter for the city. In attendance, left to right: City Councilor Greg Herrick, Mayor John Parker, Bailey, Chairman Frank McEwen, City Clerk Linda Burkey and City Councilor Bob Bertram; and back: Councilors GR Dickinson, Jason …

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Don’t ‘dilute’ arts subjects during NCEA reform, say teachers and artists

[ad_1] Reducing high school art from five to three will limit student choice and “water down” their learning, say teachers and artists. As part of the proposed reform, NCEA levels 2 and 3 in painting, printmaking and sculpture will be combined into a single visual arts subject, and photography will be expanded to include moving …

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