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A program on European identity opens against a backdrop of war

[ad_1] When the first visitors arrived at Jasmina Cibic’s new exhibition at the Museum der Moderne in Salzburg, Austria earlier this month, they were greeted by a pile of rubble. The room was also filled with a fragrance created from varieties of roses named after the founding fathers of a united Europe – figures like […]

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Prepare for St. Patrick’s Day

[ad_1] Hello. It’s a project, sure, but maybe you should take advantage of the St. Patrick’s Day holiday approaching March 17 to prepare your own beef, then use the meat in whatever way you like best: for the corned beef and cabbage, say, or Irish tacos (above). The process yields incredible flavor far beyond anything […]

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Westport Book Shop welcomes Michael Brennecke for an art exhibition

[ad_1] WESTPORT, CT – The Westport Book Shop will welcome artist Michael Brennecke as a guest art exhibitor for the month of March at the bookstore’s Drew Friedman Art Place. According to a press release, Brennecke’s goal is the creation of abstract paintings, in oil or watercolor. He usually starts with a non-figurative drawing, using […]

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Directors of Russia’s biggest museums and art fairs resign en masse

[ad_1] Leading leaders of Russian arts and cultural institutions have resigned from their posts en masse following the country’s invasion of neighboring Ukraine. Most of the statements from these conservatives and managers suggest the decision to leave was voluntary, but there is evidence to suggest many were expelled by colleagues and bosses due to their […]

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VVAA organizes “Artist in Residence” workshops

[ad_1] By BOBBIE GREEN Progress Artist/photographer Larry Burton was the VVAA’s first “Artist in Residence” last week, presenting a very successful photography debut week. PHOTO BY BOBBIE GREEN/Progress The Virgin Valley Artist Association completed its first-ever Artist-in-Residence program at the Mesquite Fine Arts Gallery last week. Visual artist and photographer Larry Burton has spent all […]

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Painter of Hard-Edge Abstraction Dies – ARTnews.com

[ad_1] Carmen Herrera, a Cuban-American artist whose avant-garde abstractions gained mainstream recognition in the final years of her life, died Saturday in her New York apartment at age 106. The news was confirmed by the Lisson Gallery, which represented her for a decade. “Carmen made living, ever-changing works, even when she seemed to have reached […]

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Southern Indiana veteran finds healing through art and nature

[ad_1] CLARKSVILLE, Ind. – The Ohio Falls have long been a meaningful place for Jeffersonville artist Mike Gibson – it’s a place where he can explore the intersection of art, nature and therapy. Gibson is currently working with the Ohio Falls Foundation and the Southern Indiana Arts Alliance to teach a series of art classes […]

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Communications design students win US graphic design competition

[ad_1] Arts & Culture Twelve members of the Communications Design (CMD) Class of 2021 from the School of Design at the College of Visual and Performing Arts have been named winners of the 2021 Graphic Design USA (GDUSA) American Graphic Design Awards. Jane Ciminera, Liran Federmann, Brie Flewelling, Fiona Gaffney, Bridget Gismondi, Sophie Hautula, Whitney […]

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The Business of Art and Design and Creative Writing

[ad_1] Guest correspondence DAILY SRQ SATURDAY PERSPECTIVES EDITION SATURDAY 29 JANUARY 2022 | THROUGH DR. LARRY THOMPSON Image via Pixabay At Ringling College of Art and Design, students learn to become highly skilled artists, designers, and creative professionals in a variety of genres, including fine art, filmmaking, game art, graphic and motion design, animation and […]

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Jonathan Brown, pioneering Spanish art historian, dies at 82

[ad_1] Jonathan Mayer Brown was born on July 15, 1939 in Springfield, Mass. His father, Leonard M. Brown, was an insurance agent; his mother, Jean (Levy) Brown, was a librarian. Both were avid art collectors, regularly traveling to Manhattan, where they picked up small abstract expressionist works by Jackson Pollock, Philip Guston and Franz Kline. […]

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Forney ISD delivers the future of education – Opportunity Central | Education

[ad_1] FORNEY, Texas— The Forney Independent School District Board of Trustees joined city, county, and state officials and leaders from Dallas College and Texas Tech University for the official fanfare and ribbon-cutting ceremony from the Keith Bell Opportunity Central (The OC). The OC is a three-story, 350,000 square foot building designed to provide career training, […]

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Moe Brooker, painter, educator, civic leader, has passed away

[ad_1] Moe Brooker, a painter nationally known for his extraordinary use of color in abstract compositions, an educator who has taught at several art schools in Philadelphia and across the country, and a civic-minded public servant who chaired the Philadelphia Art Commission for nearly a decade, died Jan. 9 after a short hospital stay. He […]

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ArtSci Roundup: Small Island Big Song: Our Island, Photograph 51 and More

[ad_1] arts and entertainment January 20, 2022 Through public events and exhibits, connect with the UW community every week! Many of these opportunities are broadcast via Zoom. All UW faculty, staff, and students have access to Zoom Pro via UW-IT. Small Island Big Song: Our Island January 29, 7:30 p.m. | The Great Hall and […]

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NMSU appoints Kevin James Comerford Dean of Library

[ad_1] LAS CRUCES — Following a nationwide search, New Mexico State University has selected Kevin James Comerford as the next Dean of the NMSU Library. Renay Scott, NMSU’s vice president for student success and acting provost, announced Comerford’s appointment to campus on Jan. 14. He will begin his new role on March 15. “NMSU has […]

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50 Cape Cod, Islands Cultural Programs, Events Win Local and State Grants

[ad_1] Dozens of Cape Cod cultural organizations are starting the year a little better funded thanks to recent award announcements by the Cape Cod Foundation for the Arts and the Mass Cultural Council. The Cape Foundation has selected 42 nonprofit cultural organizations and artists to receive a total of $ 77,800 in grants for a […]

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art treasures invisible for 50 years

[ad_1] The brilliant and cosmopolitan Australian painter John Wardell Power, who joined the avant-garde Parisian scene in the 1930s, has long been forgotten. Giving up a lifelong medical career as an artist, he studied under the direction of modernist pioneer Fernand Léger and exhibited in Europe and the United States, but his accomplishments were overlooked […]

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Arts, shows rise in 2022 | Relax

[ad_1] The outlook for arts and entertainment in the Lakelands for 2022 looks bright. Organizations have big plans. Many share a little of what awaits us for the New Year. Greenwood Community Theater“We have some exciting shows,” said Stephen Gilbert, executive director of the Greenwood Community Theater. “’The Great Gatsby’ is scheduled for February, sponsored […]

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Sabine Weiss Obituary | Photography

[ad_1] Photographer Sabine Weiss, who died at the age of 97, established her considerable reputation within the French “humanist” school of black and white photography, which aimed to capture the universal human experience through images. of daily street life. Images like that of a horse kicking his heel, strapped to a snow-covered wasteland by the […]

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the galleries look beyond their four walls

[ad_1] Radical artists have often wanted to upset the culture, but perhaps not in the literal sense of the response to the pandemic. In 2021, the word of health authorities is to get out of theaters and cafes and galleries and find counterparts outside to avoid spreading the virus. Certain galleries are well placed to […]

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Markowicz Fine Art Unveils Immersive “I’m Not Your Trophy” Exhibition in Dallas

[ad_1] ohone of the most exciting and recent members of the Design District, Markowicz Fine Arts, has been causing a stir on the Dallas arts scene since arriving in the neighborhood in 2019. Bernard Markowicz also has galleries in Miami, and now in California. Make waves with his latest exhibition, I am not a trophy, […]

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Louise Fishman’s drawings, an intimate lens for her abstract paintings – ARTnews.com

[ad_1] “It is not easy to write about abstract painting,” the late artist Louise Fishman once said, expressing both general truth and personal concern. Perhaps finding that paper – a medium for verbal and visual articulation – was most helpful in helping him resolve this dilemma, Fishman annotated several of his works on paper with […]

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His Instagram account was “Metaverse”. Last month he disappeared.

[ad_1] SYDNEY, Australia – In October Thea-Mai Baumann, an Australian artist and technologist, found herself sitting on a top-notch website. In 2012, she started an Instagram account with the handle @metaverse, a name she used in her creative work. On the account, she documented her life in Brisbane, where she studied fine arts, and her […]

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Art students makeover old jewelry

[ad_1] A special program for reusing old jewelry brought together students and faculty from the Massachusetts College of Art and Design, North Bennet Street School, and the School of the Museum of Fine Arts at Tufts University this fall semester. Called Radical Jewelry Makeover, the collaborative program raises awareness about the use of recycled materials […]

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New ‘Rip Tales’ Book Explores Jay DeFeo’s Work After ‘The Rose’

[ad_1] Jay DeFeo’s story is often simply the story of his most famous work, The Rose. Produced over an eight-year span, the monumental three-dimensional painting spent twice that time hidden behind a wall at the San Francisco Art Institute before being saved and restored by the Whitney Museum, where it now lives. The narrative arc […]

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Cambodian effort to find artifacts will not end with the death of the informant

[ad_1] Cambodian officials say a Reform looter who ran a network that looted Khmer-era temples for two decades, ending in the late 1990s, has died, but they will continue to use the testimony he has provided as they work to recover more stolen artifacts. The man, Toek Tik, 62, has spent the past two years […]

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Learn to play leading roles in the arts

[ad_1] For 13 years, Joachim Thibblin held a position for which he had not been formally trained. The artistic director of Svenska Teatern, the 155-year-old Finnish national theater for performances in Swedish, started running theaters in 2006. Prior to that he had been an actor and his only experience as a student was in school […]

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3 pop-up holiday markets where you can buy local

[ad_1] As we turn the page from November to December, we find ourselves in the middle of the holiday shopping season. This year, countless local artists and businesses are counting on sales from enthusiastic buyers to help counter the monetary losses of the last year and a half of the pandemic. In this week’s roundup, […]

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Holiday DIY – Double Scoop

[ad_1] T he holidays are conducive to crafts. With the long, cold nights spent indoors, what else are you going to do when your friends and family need gifts, the house needs decoration, and peace and good need to be spread? With much speculation about the global supply chain issues set to disrupt gifts this […]

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Alice Waters helps museum meet the tastes of art lovers

[ad_1] LOS ANGELES – As The Hammer Museum comes out of closure from last year’s pandemic, it has assembled a range of big names who it hopes will draw crowds to its campus down the street from the l ‘University of California at Los Angeles: Cézanne, Manet, Monet, Toulouse-Lautrec. And the Waters. It would be […]

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Integrate Nuu-chah-nulth culture into a school curriculum

[ad_1] Tofino, BC – During art class at Wickaninnish Community School in Tofino, Dominic Hansen volunteered to introduce himself to his class. Although they had already been to school together for almost three months, Hansen’s classmates listened to him intently, as if they were hearing him for the first time. In Nuu-chah-nulth, he shared his […]

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Someone San Diego Should Know: Nonie Cruzado

[ad_1] Nonie Cruzado is a rising star in the local and Filipino art world. His illustrations, animations, graphic arts and other creative works can be seen in films, global advertisements, art exhibitions and more. He perfected his imagination, when he was young, making his own toys and teaching himself art with all the materials he […]

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Mumbai: Object theater festival to present plays and workshops

[ad_1] AFTER THE success of Fairytales Retold, a virtual object theater festival held in November 2020, the Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahalaya (CSMVS) approached Tram Arts Trust to organize an international festival showcasing this art of unique performance, an emanation of the puppet. On Thursday, the art trust, in collaboration with the CSMVS Children’s Museum, […]

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two Emirati brothers transform Dubai family home into art space

[ad_1] On a quiet street in Al Mamzar, an upscale neighborhood sandwiched between Dubai and Sharjah, a versatile new art space has taken shape. Bait Yado opened on November 20 with artist studios, gallery, residency, co-working and event space, as well as rooftop screenings and chef-led dinners during the months. the coldest. The space is […]

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Art meets design at this photographic exhibition by Rohit Chawla – ThePrint

[ad_1] A woman stands next to her portrait at the exhibition | Photo: Manisha World | The imprint Text size: A- A + Chhatarpur: Fine art photos of Rohit Chawla adorn the spaces of a New Delhi lifestyle showroom. The exhibition – The eye of design – hosted by Spin features photographs taken by Chawla […]

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The Portland Book Festival returns with six days of writers, classes and shopping in a hybrid event

[ad_1] “Be open to new things,” suggested Amanda Bullock when asked what the top tips were for people attending this year’s Portland Book Festival. The festival “is the perfect opportunity to discover something you didn’t know how to like”. The risk of disappointment is low, added Bullock, who runs the festival presented by Literary Arts. […]

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Photo exhibitions focused on marginalized people

[ad_1] This article is part of our last Fine Arts & Exhibitions special report, on how artistic institutions help the public to discover new options for the future. During the pandemic, Isolde Brielmaier, general curator at the International Center for Photography, began to wonder how black photographers were navigating this crisis – particularly as the […]

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The WCCC program “Founders” presents the works of 2 pioneers of the program

[ad_1] Until the end of the month, Westmoreland County Community College is hosting an art exhibit honoring two faculty and campus leaders who have helped develop programs at the school. The exhibition, titled “Founders”, features works by Gregory Lee Hricenak and Robert Myers. It will be on display in the Science Innovation Center art gallery […]

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Framingham State and MassBay create college access in high schools

[ad_1] FRAMINGHAM – Elizabeth Avadanian has just started her second year at Framingham High School, but she is already accumulating credits for college. Avadanian, 15, is one of some 170 students enrolled in the MetroWest Fellows Early Start Program, a team effort between Framingham State University and MassBay Community College. Students at Milford or Framingham […]

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Paintings found behind a bookshelf at the Harvard Botanical Museum

[ad_1] When Richard Evans Schultes ’37, Ph.D. ’41 Having become director of the Botanical Museum at Harvard University in 1967, he could not imagine that he would soon discover a collection of beautiful paintings hidden behind a bookshelf in the departmental library. These paintings depicted all the plants mentioned by Shakespeare and showed how extensive […]