The Black-Owned Gallery That Transformed New York’s Art Scene in the ’70s and ’80s — Blind Magazine

As the civil rights and black power movements transformed the political, social, and cultural landscape of the United States in the 1960s, new spaces for the exploration of race, identity, and aesthetics emerged. With the flourishing of the Black Arts Movement, collectives like Kamoinge, AfriCOBRA and the Spiral Group, as …

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Richard Anderson, SF artist known as ‘Momo’, dies at 74

Momo, North Beach artist, born Richard Anderson. Photo: Denis Hearne Richard Anderson, known throughout North Beach as the “Momo” artist, has died. His death at age 74 was confirmed by District Three Supervisor Aaron Peskin, a friend and neighbor for decades. The artist with the singular name would have died …

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Latino cARTographies brings the museum to the community

Like Hispanic ppopulation in Houston equals (and by some estimates even exceeds) the city’s white population, it’s a great time to celebrate the accomplishments of the region’s Latino artists. Latino cARTographies does just that. Organized by the Center for Mexican American Studies at the University of Houston, Latino …

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Art Industry News: Italian Museums Could Raise Admission Fees to Fund Their Fight Against Climate Protesters + Other Stories

Art Industry News is a daily summary of the most important developments in the art world and the art market. Here’s what you need to know on Tuesday, November 22. NEED TO READ Artists are fighting to change this mountain’s racist name – Artists, historians and activists have come together …

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Stagecoach Mercantile Scores Difficult First Year Downtown

Dirk Manning and Judi Taylor are well versed in antiques, jewelry and fine art. The two business partners ran successfully at the Galleria on 8th Street in the 1990s and early 2000s. From Southwestern French furniture and housewares to early American and rustic, they offered a unique shopping experience locally …

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Art Industry News: Banksy Encourages Fans to Shoplift, Guess After Brand ‘Helped’ Her Imagery + Other Stories

Art Industry News is a daily summary of the most important developments in the art world and the art market. Here’s what you need to know on Monday, November 21. NEED TO READ Dutch man arrested for fraud linked to Dresden robbery – The 54-year-old was arrested after he was …

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Seattle Museum Month 2023: Perfect for Budget Travel

Bargain-seekers will want to start planning their trip to Seattle for February 2023, when Seattle Museum Month 2023 returns to deliver some of the best savings of the entire year. From February 1-28, guests staying at one of nearly 70 downtown Seattle hotels will receive a Seattle Museums Month Pass …

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IN-Q to promote the 2022 FIFA World Cup alive

Doha: IN-Q Enterprises WLL (IN-Q), the commercial arm and a wholly-owned subsidiary of Qatar Museums (QM), promotes the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 to the fullest by creating moments with culinary experience extraordinary in the restaurants and authentic meaningful souvenirs from the gift shops of the museums. Enjoy Qatar’s museum …

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50 years of Glasgow Print Studio celebrated in new exhibition

A new exhibition celebrating 50 years of printmaking at the Glasgow Print Studio has opened at the Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum. The Love of Print will feature works of art created by famous Scottish artists over the five decades since its inception in 1972. The exhibition has been co-produced …

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How Seattle’s Central Neighborhood is Reclaiming Its Black Heritage

The central district of the city is experiencing a cultural revival with a selection of new restaurants, public spaces and artistic initiatives. Seattle is famous for its distinct neighborhoods. There’s quirky Fremont, rebellious Capitol Hill and historic Pioneer Square, not to mention the iconic Space Needle and the ever-popular Pike …

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Drake Helps Save Classic Art Museum – HotNewHipHop

Drake puts his money where the art is. The famous rapper has been revealed to be the surprise investor responsible for reviving a classical art museum. Drake’s arts and entertainment company, DreamCrew, acquired all the remnants of Luna Luna, an “artistic amusement park.” The company’s “global investment” in the art …

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Germany has injected more than 30 million euros of public money into the commercial art market during the pandemic. Was it really necessary?

A new investigative report titled “The Art of Lobbying” has challenged the allocation of funding in the German art world. When the pandemic threatened the future of cultural institutions in Germany, including its art market, the federal government rushed to support businesses with its mammoth program Culture Neustart (New Start …

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Art Around Town – Flagpole

ACE/FRANCISCO & OX FINE ART GALLERY (675 Pulaski St.) Franni Thrasher, aka “Heaven4theYoung,” presents a solo exhibition of oil and watercolor paintings, sculpture and film. To see by appointment until December 9th. [email protected] INDIGO ATHENS (500 College Ave.) New York photographers Lucy Reback and Megan Reilly share a collection of …

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Art, architecture and the perfect winter weather combine in Scottsdale, AZ

Hotel Valley Ho OH Pool, AZ. ©2011 Mark Boisclair Photography Inc. On a 72 degree November day with zero humidity, bright blue skies and a gentle breeze blowing through the shaded patio at Diego Pops where brunchers enjoy Brussels sprout nachos and spicy margaritas, it’s no wonder Scottsdale, AZ continues …

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Elizabeth Johns, art history

Elizabeth Johns, art history Elizabeth Bennett Johns, Emeritus Professor of Art History at the School of Arts & Sciences, died peacefully on September 12. Born in Dallas, Texas, Dr. Johns received her BA from Birmingham-Southern College, where she received her Phi Beta Kappa degree. She went on to earn a …

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Arts Council England pits London against regions in assault on culture

Arts Council England’s (ACE) latest funding scheme is a massive attack on the arts. Under the guise of a regional “race to the top”, major London-based arts organizations have been starved of funding and stripped of National Portfolio Organization (NPO) status in a devastating act of cultural vandalism. Major arts …

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China Grove Main Street study continues, Rock Lane warehouse under study – Reuters

China Grove Main Street Study Continues, Rock Lane Warehouse Under Study Posted at 12:00 p.m. on Sunday, November 13, 2022 By Madeline Wagoner [email protected] CHINA GROVE — A plan for an IDI Logistics warehouse was presented to the China Grove Planning Board on Tuesday, along with a discussion on how …

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NIC Interviews Candidates for Executive Director at ‘Critical Moment’ in Museum’s Evolution

CASPER, Wyo.– Community stakeholders and museum board members were formally introduced to two shortlisted candidates for the position of executive director of the Nicolaysen Art Museum on Wednesday evening. The two candidates shared their experiences in managing art museum budgets, organizing exhibitions and thinking about the practical value of art …

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The New Jersey Art Fair You Didn’t Know About

Art Fair 14C returns to Jersey City for its fourth year this weekend, bringing together artists and galleries from across the Garden State as well as international and overseas creatives seeking alternatives to New York’s high entry barriers . Located in the historic Armory building in McGinley Square and named …

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Man repatriates 19 antiques after reading Guardian article | Inheritance

An American has returned 19 antiquities to the four countries they came from after reading articles in the Guardian about the repatriation of looted antiquities. John Gomperts, who lives in Washington, realized that ancient pieces worth up to £80,000 – including two Cypriot vases from the 7th and 8th centuries …

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Art Industry News: Is the Rococo Style an Antidote to Our Dark Moment in History? These Art Stars Seem to Think So + Other Stories

Art Industry News is a daily summary of the most important developments in the art world and the art market. Here’s what you need to know this Thursday, November 10. NEED TO READ The Moscow Biennale is canceled – The Russian Culture Ministry has canceled the ninth Moscow Art Biennale, …

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Early election results show local and state appetite to invest in youth

The results of the first elections show a clear trend: voters want more investment in youth programs and education, in Sacramento and California. Although it will be weeks before we know the final results, Sacramento Measure Lwhich would create a children’s fund for programs aimed at young people under the …

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Art industry news: Copycat climate protesters cling to Andy Warhol’s Campbell’s Soup paintings in Australia + other stories

Art Industry News is a daily summary of the most important developments in the art world and the art market. Here’s what you need to know this Wednesday, November 9. NEED TO READ More Just Stop Oil Arrests and Actions – Two members of the press, a photographer and a …

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A new photo salon is coming to New York, but it won’t replace PhotoPlus

The group behind Photofairs Shanghai, Asia’s largest photography trade event, is holding their event in New York. Called Photofairs New York, it promises to be a new contemporary art fair dedicated to photo-based works. Photofairs New York will take place at the Javits Center – the former headquarters of PhotoPlus …

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Rez District incumbent spent campaign money on clothes, necklace and haircut

***For all things Wyoming, sign up for our daily newsletter*** By Clair McFarland, Cowboy State [email protected] Clothes, a necklace and a haircut are among the campaign expenses of a sitting member of the Wyoming House of Representatives vying for re-election. Andi LeBeau, the incumbent and Democratic candidate for House District …

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Old Town North’s first chalk walk is a great success

Architect Anila Angjeli creating her “TuliPop” (Photo: Laura Plaia) Alexandria, VA – On Saturday, October 15, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., the streets of Old Town North Alexandria were transformed into a unique art museum. Artists transformed sidewalks and parking lots throughout the area to bring the first annual …

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JKC Gallery “Twosday Talks” Monthly conference of photographic artists scheduled for November 8, 2022 from 6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.

Trenton, NJ – The James Kerney Campus (JKC) Gallery at Mercer County Community College at 137 North Broad Street in Trenton is proud to present its upcoming photography presentation “Twosday Talks” on November 8, 2022 from 6:30-7:30 p.m. feature works and presentations by artists Mel Evans and Jackie Neale. The …

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At the Galleries: Fall into art with sculpture, jewelry and contemporary works

Victoria Galleries bring color and diverse media to the public this month. At the West End Gallery, Victorian artist Mary Ann Laing, inspired by the landscapes of Vancouver Island, offers her colorful and playful interpretations of beloved places. “My paintings speak of life. Ups and downs, light and dark, contrasts …

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Camden City School District plans $49 million renovation for Eastside High School

First, there was a new name to remove any connection to a shameful past. Now Eastside High School in Camden, formerly known as Woodrow Wilson High, is getting a facelift to renovate the nearly century-old structure. Standing outside the Federal Street building in East Camden on Friday, Superintendent Katrina T. …

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Art Basel and UBS Collector Survey Reveals Desire to Continue Buying Art

Collectors appear poised to continue buying art despite rising inflation, economic uncertainty and fluctuating currency prices, according to a report released Thursday by Art Basel and UBS. High net worth individuals surveyed globally in August expressed confidence in the market and said they plan to continue buying art this year, …

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Houston-based contemporary artist you should know: Ryan Hawk

The artists in the Gulf Coast continues to inspire with its unique and innovative approaches to materials, colors and today’s controversial issues. This fall, we asked visual artist Ryan Hawk to share five things he loves. Through sculpture and video, conceptual artist Ryan Hawk investigates …

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“Welcome to our park”: local nonprofit and artist beautify historic community park

VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. (WAVY) – A local nonprofit and artist are teaming up to bring new art to a historic park. The Virginia Beach Seatack community has existed for over 200 years. Its community park has seen many changes during this time. Now, with a fresh coat of paint on …

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Matthew Wong’s Melancholy Art Continues to Captivate at First American Museum Exhibit in Dallas

Only one of Matthew Wong’s paintings entered a museum collection during his all-too-short life. He had sent his 2017 painting west at the Karma Gallery booth at that year’s Dallas Art Fair. It depicts a figure dressed in white seated on a hill beside a pair of flowers thrown aside …

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Our Community: New art installation unveiled, collecting socks for those in need

The newest addition to Victoria’s Commercial Alley’s ever-growing outdoor art ‘gallery’ is now on display, as the Victoria Cool Aid Society launches its annual effort to collect 10,000 pairs of socks for those in need Art installation unveiled in Commercial Alley The newest addition to Victoria’s Commercial Alley’s ever-growing outdoor …

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Nell Nolan: Ogden “O” What a Night, Catholic Community Foundation, American Cancer Society | Parties/Society

Good nights ! By George! For the Ogden Museum of Southern Art’s annual fundraiser, diptych delights were delivered. First there was the patrons’ day two days earlier at the flagship house of Walton and Jeffrey Goldring. Lasting two hours, it was exciting for everyone and was art-oriented with a preview …

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CAFC rescinds preliminary injunctions against online hoverboard sellers

“An injunction cannot be granted because a trial is necessary or because the products charged are not ‘sufficiently different’ or ‘obviously different’ from the patented design.” – CAFC In two separate case law opinions published on friday, on October 28, the United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit …

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Better gun messaging could reduce military suicides

SAN ANTONIO — Service members who die by suicide are the most likely to use a gun, but a new study shows the right message from the right person — especially in law enforcement — can convince troops to secure their weapons safely and possibly save lives. “What we found …

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Art gallery moves to ‘lively’ part of Middlesbrough

An art gallery opens tonight, following its move to central Middlesbrough. Formerly based in Boho Zero, pythongallery has relocated to the central Linthorpe Road district to continue its success story and will be an important addition to the thriving art scene. Commercial real estate specialists, Python Properties, officially open pythongallery …

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The lure of cultural quarters is hard to ignore

The lure of cultural quarters is hard to ignore What could be better than exploring the cultural districts that bring together the crème de la crème of the art world? Immersing yourself in the delights of cultural and creative experiences is nothing short of a whimsical experience. That’s why cities …

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Free things to do in Denver to have fun right now

Denver is a vibrant city full of life, culture and fun things to do around every corner, and being on a tight budget doesn’t mean you have to sacrifice your favorite activities. Whether your true love is art, history, animals or exercise, there’s something for everyone on the cheap in …

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In response to the energy crisis, the Berlin museum turns off its neon Dan Flavin for the first time in 26 years

A site-specific order by Dan Flavin at the Hamburger Bahnhof museum of contemporary art in Berlin has been extinguished for the first time after a 26-year run, as Germany tries to reduce its electricity consumption in response to the crisis European energy. On October 18, the recently appointed co-directors of …

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Bloomington-Normal Area’s Latest Exhibits

Bloomington – Regular Galleries, museums Some cultural institutions are open or considering reopening under current COVID restrictions. Check with each facility for indoor, online or outdoor programming. Open facilities have face covering, distancing and other guidelines in effect; see websites or call for details. Angel Ambrose Fine Arts Studio; 101 …

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Art’s appetite for destruction | FinancialTimes

Strange, isn’t it, the allure of denigrating art? Disfiguring and destroying images and statues seems to have an enduring appeal – the danger, the violation, the power to shock. There’s nothing quite like drawing attention to sincere causes: in 1914, suffragette Mary Richardson, protesting the violent arrest of Emmeline Pankhurst, …

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Art is at the heart of the New York experience at Andaz 5th Avenue

The building that houses Andaz 5th Avenue has not always been a hotel. It started as a department store in 1916 before becoming the world headquarters of Tommy Hilfiger. Then, in 2006, Tony Chi transformed the space into Andaz 5th Avenue. Today, the rooms and suites at Andaz 5th Avenue …

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Peter Schjeldahl (1942–2022) – Artforum International

Peter Schjeldahl, the American art critic whose scintillating and eloquent reviews have graced the pages of New Yorker for decades and Voice of the village before that, died this afternoon of lung cancer at his home in Bovina, New York, at the age of eighty. Schjeldahl’s thorough assessments of the …

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Part Time Artist Design Developer – New York, NY, US | Works

Alice Aycock (AYC, Ltd.) is seeking a part-time design developer for a position in her New York studio. Artist website: http://www.aaycock.com This position is part-time. There may be some flexibility, but candidates must be available at least 2 full days per week. Also, availability for deadlines is a must. Applicants …

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How to buy art for your home on a budget

Galleries may appear to be elite and reserved only for buyers with unlimited funds. “I would always advise, for example, to ignore all of that,” says Nicola Charles, who runs 11:Eleven in Washington, DC, a contemporary art gallery that covers a wide price range. “If you like the vibe, then …

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Drumm Gallery Gets Spooky With ‘Creative Spirits’ October Show and Events

Artist Leandra Drumm loves all things Halloween and fall, due to her October 14th birthday celebrations which have always revolved around Halloween, as well as her daughter Andra Benninghoff’s early October birthday. “I love the costumes and the decor, and I love the fall,” said Drumm, who created the mysterious …

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2023 exhibition program – Announcements

K20Etel AdnanApril 1, 2023—July 16, 2023 Chaim SoutineSeptember 2, 2023–April 14, 2024 K21 JENNY HOLZERMarch 11—August 6, 2023 isaac julienneSeptember 16, 2023–February 2024 Andrea ButtnerOctober 21, 2023–February 2024 Etel Adnan: from April 1, 2023 to July 16, 2023​Press conference: Thursday March 30, 2023, 11 a.m. at K20 The Lenbachhaus …

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Healing Spirits (and Gems) found at District Mineral

I was convinced that the lady who knew where all the witches were in Georgetown was the same one who sold crystal balls. “We have spherical specimens,” replied Becky Waddell, co-owner of District Mineral, “but no one has ever come forward claiming to be a witch,” she added calmly. Becky …

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17 Best Things to Do in Charming Ellicott

Question: What do you get when you drive through a historic downtown with a scenic river and the oldest passenger railroad station in the United States? Answer: Ellicott City, Maryland. Ellicott City is the sixth largest city in Maryland. Located in Howard County, it is about 15 miles west of …

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Crystal City will boast Decentraland’s tallest multi-use tower

city ​​of crystal, the new metaverse destination, is now open to the public. Its central crystalline tower, Crystal Tower, at 548 feet, is Decentraland’s tallest multipurpose building, a prominent metaverse platform. The 16-acre Crystal City will host offices, shops, galleries and events as well as the tallest observation deck at …

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NDN Collective – NDN collective store

Following a shooting at the Grand Gateway Hotel in Rapid City, South Dakota, hotel owner Connie Uhre makes public comments on social media stating her intention to ban all Native Americans from the hotel and adjoining Cheers Lounge, saying she cannot say “who is a bad or a good Native”. …

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‘Just Above Midtown’ opens at MoMA; The Studio Museum of Harlem co-publishes the accompanying catalog

In New York in the 1970s and 1980s, black artists settled at Just Above Midtown (JAM), cultivating a seminal space for their community as the art world focused its exhibitions on presenting and amplifying white artists. “At the time, being an artist of color in one of the stables of …

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Spooks at di Rosa, artists at the library

FOR THE REGISTER art at the library Cartoonist Greg Sumbardo exhibits his work in October at the Napa County Library, 580 Coombs Street. The Reception and Art Talk will take place on Friday, October 14, from 6:15-7:30 p.m. Register at gregsumbardo.eventbrite.com. Summbardo’s interest in comic book art began at a …

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Andy Warhol: Supreme Court to take a hard look at Prince artists’ screenprints

CNN — The Supreme Court will consider on Wednesday whether the late Andy Warhol infringed a photographer’s copyright when he created a series of screen prints of musician Prince. The case marks the court’s rare foray into the world of visual arts and has caught the attention of those in …

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The 9 must-see museum exhibitions during Frieze Week, from Carolee Schneemann’s first UK retrospective to Cecilia Vicuña’s Turbine Hall installation

With no shortage of world-class museums, London usually has a good list of must-see exhibits. For the artistic crowds that flock to the UK for Frieze Week, the city presents itself at its best with an exceptional offer of modern and contemporary art exhibitions. Visitors who need a break from …

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The Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum reopens the renovated site of the National Mall in Washington DC

WASHINGTON– Attention air and space fans traveling to DC: your wait will soon be over. From historic first flight to futuristic planet exploration, the Smithsonian’s National Air and Space Museum on the National Mall in Washington will open eight revised exhibits on Friday, Oct. 14, CNN reported. And if you …

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Give me tomorrow – West Galleries

Give me tomorrow presents contemporary Ukrainian video art that translates trauma into creativity, salvation, medicine and the way to the future: artists demanding a future for themselves and for all Ukrainians through their work. With Piotr Armianovski, Andrii Dostliev and Lia Dostlieva, Zoia Laktionova, Yarema Malashchuk and Roman Khimei, Mariia …

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Rattlers Rock First Friday – The Famuan

First Friday Flyer. Photo courtesy:visittallahassee.com The First Friday Festival is an event held every first Friday of the month. It takes place primarily in the Railroad Square Art District. According to visittallahassee.com, for 20 years it has been Tallahassee’s most popular and longest running monthly event. It was written by …

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AZ Big Media Men’s Arts Council funds Japanese artist M.

Phoenix Art Museum was recently surprised with a check for $175,000 from Men’s Art Councila nonprofit member organization of Valley philanthropists dedicated to supporting the museum’s community outreach initiatives through annual contributions. MR: You can hear the song of this townthe museum’s next exhibition featuring Japanese artist Mr., will be …

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The Empire State Building hosts the annual race, presented by Turkish Airlines and powered by the Challenged Athletes Foundation

Photos/videos of the race can be downloaded here. Notable runners in this year’s race included TV host Nev Schulman and Iraq War Veteran Anthony Smith NEW YORK, October 7, 2022 /CNW/ — The Empire State Building (ESB) today hosted the 44e Annual Run-Up, presented by Turkish Airlines and powered by …

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Ohio State School of Music Considers Moving to Timashev Family Music Building, New Principal Gets to Work

The Timashev Family Music Building is now open for classes. Credit: Katie Good | Asst. photo editor After more than two years of construction and more than a decade of planning, the Timashev Family Music Building at Ohio State now houses the School of Music, formerly located in Hughes Hall. …

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Toronto ROM replaces permanent Canadian art gallery with Harry Potter show

A staple of the Royal Ontario Museum (ROM) exhibition and galleries has been temporarily closed and replaced with a Harry Potter installation. After a Toronto Reddit post blew up claiming that a certain Canadian art exhibit had been permanently closed and moved to the Wizarding exhibit, we decided to dig …

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Scovil Hoe Factory in Haddam slated for mixed-use development

HADDAM — A developer has proposed repurposing a late 19th-century manufacturing site on Candlewood Hill Road as a retail destination that would boost the city’s revitalization effort, an official said. Farmington-based Parker Benjamin has submitted an application to the Planning and Zoning Commission for a mixed-use development at the former …

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From the editorial staff – October 4, 2022 issue

Western Canadian art magazine since 2002 October 4, 2022 Vol 7 No 20 ISSN 2561-3316 © 2022 From the editor Galleries West had the pleasure of winning two Alberta Magazine Awards at a recent ceremony hosted by the Alberta Magazine Publishers Association. A silver award for digital presence recognized the …

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Artists paint and cast idols for Durga Puja festival

KOLKATA, India (AP) – Spirits are soaring in India’s ‘City of Joy’ as tens of thousands of people line the streets of Kolkata to celebrate ‘Durga Puja’, the most important to the Bengali community. The five-day festival which started on Saturday is marked by prayers to the Hindu goddess Durga, …

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We’re now hiring in Pittsburgh: Prison Board Liaison, Artwork Manager, and more.

Click to enlarge Non-profit Grant Writer. Local non-profit association 1Hood Media is seeking a full-time Grants Writer. The position is responsible for assisting with the preparation and writing of proposals, as well as the submission and management of grants and contracts, from project development to grant implementation …

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City gives nonprofit artists and arts organizations $5 million in federal aid

SAN ANTONIO – Following a pandemic that has cost them more than $50 million combined, the San Antonio City Council on Thursday approved the final list of 46 local nonprofit arts organizations and 136 artists to split $5 million in dollars federal relief. “We don’t give them alms. We’re offering …

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Masters in the frame present a variety image

Visitors look at a painting at 100 years of modern art at the Bund One Art Museum in Shanghai. The exhibition presents 57 paintings, sculptures, photographs and installations made between 1865 and 1972 by artists such as Claude Monet, Vincent van Gogh, Jackson Pollock and Joan Miro. [Photo provided to …

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Athol Daily News – Lawsuit halts plans for new art and museum venue in New Salem

NEW SALEM – The New Salem Museum and Academy of Fine Art is ready for operation, but has not obtained a certificate of occupancy – which the owners believe will not be secured until a lawsuit in the New Salem Lands Court status will not have been resolved. Husband and …

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Souvenir of the life of local artist Robin Nance Metz + art

Robin with two works of art. (Robin Nance Metz) Birmingham is a little grayer today as we remember beloved local artist Robin Nance Metz, who died on September 23. Here’s a look at Robin’s career and how she brought sunshine to The Magic City. About Robin As a child of …

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Vue to host the opening reception of the Quilts Unlimited exhibition on September 30 –

The annual Quilts Unlimited exhibition will unveil the extravagant works of fiber arts, created by some of the country’s most eminent quilters at View, the arts center in Old Forge, on Saturday, October 1. The exhibition will continue until December 3. The nearly 70 quilts on display demonstrate a wide …

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Assemblyman Brian A. Cunningham opens new office in District 43 – Caribbean Life

“My life purpose or life mission is to connect people to opportunity,” Assemblyman Brian A. Cunningham said at the opening of his new district office on Friday, Sept. 23 located at 249 Empire Blvd., Brooklyn, NY 11225 at the corner of Rogers Ave. After being elected on March 30, 2022, …

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SCAD Museum of Art Announces Fall 2022 Exhibits

SAVANNAH, GEORGIA – The Savannah College of Art and Design hosts a new season of exhibitions at the acclaimed SCAD Museum of Art, bringing together an international roster of emerging and established artists whose practices reflect vital conversations in contemporary art discourse. This season’s diverse range of performances represent varying …

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Old City Fest returns with food, drink, circus, art, design and music in October

The Old Town district will feature the seventh annual Old Town Festival on Sunday, October 9, 2022, from 11:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. along N. 3rd Street (Market to Race) and Arch Street (2nd to 4th). Activities will include the Family Fun Zone presented by Adventure Aquarium, Piano Duels presented …

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Paris Design Week puts motivated newcomers front and center

Fragments of Anthony Guerree for M editions at the Le Corbusier Foundation Fragments, one of the most intriguing showcases of Paris Design Week 2022, included stone furniture placed in the striking setting of Le Corbusier’s 1925 Villa la Roche, now Fondation Le Corbusier. Defined by its cubic volumes, gently curvilinear …

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Fall Festivals to Celebrate Around the DMV – The GW Hatchet

It’s that time of year again. With the onset of fall, fall festivals are ready to pop up around the DMV for anyone looking to reclaim a pumpkin patch or sample local craft beers. As the leaves slowly turn to a warmer color palette, the new season welcomes a collection …

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Exhibition showcases the work of people affected by gun violence

LOUISVILLE, Ky. — Alkeshia Boone sadly knows the pain of losing someone she loves. Her nephew, Aaron Christopher Williams, was shot and killed in 2016. Williams was 26 and her family say the case went cold. What do you want to know The Promise Art Exhibition is On It is …

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Audi Center Toowoomba Weetwood photo gallery social photos events events

It is considered Toowoomba’s biggest racing competition of the year with many travelers from across the state coming to experience the Audi Center Toowoomba Weetwood. The historic event with more than 130 years in the making, overcame Covid-19 measures and restricted numbers in 2020, but has only flourished since with …

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Decentraland (MANA) or Sandbox (SAND)?

Decentraland and Sandbox are significant words in the realm of the metaverse. Let’s examine the distinctions between Decentraland and Sandbox and understand which is better, mana or sand. Metaverse is a popular term in tech discussions these days. The entire tech industry is waiting for the metaverse, but it’s not …

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San Jose invests heavily in public art

San Jose artists have the opportunity to receive thousands of dollars to realize their creative visions. This is City Hall’s latest effort to bring vibrant public art into the community. The Creative Ambassadors program gives four San Jose-based artists $9,500 each to create a community art project that invites resident …

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Spend a gallery weekend in Toronto and discover art in the city in a new way

Sasha Pierce’s Shippo opening reception at the Zlucky Contemporary Gallery. (Contemporary Zalucky Gallery) Gallery Weekend Toronto began last year with the aim of bringing people back to Toronto’s commercial art galleries after an extended closure. It included artist talks and guided tours and on-site gallery owners to help speak to …

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Armory welcomes 4 artists in residence

LARK Four guest artists aim to make their mark this season at the Armory Art Center. The competitive nine-month program attracts a diverse group of emerging artists from a variety of disciplines who have at least a bachelor’s degree in fine art. First: John Lark Mr. Lark joins the Armory …

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New Report Highlights Growth in Kendall Whittier’s Tulsa District

TULSA, Okla. – Kendall Whittier Main Street published a new report this week highlighting the growth the neighborhood has experienced. “Everyone is trying to support and help others succeed here,” said Mariah Addis, owner of Addis Ceramics. Addis and partner Grant Akiyama make bespoke handmade ceramic tableware at Kendall Whittier. …

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How Artists in the Southwest Bring Attention to Wildfires

Bryan David Griffith, “Rebirth” (2021), dried aspen leaves coated in beeswax, tree remains from a fire site, variable dimensions (photo by the artist; all images with courtesy of the artists) Various hues of aspen leaves coated in encaustic beeswax hang in long strands above a broken circle of ash from …

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Devon Turnbull’s Ojas: The sound systems that make you feel like you’re on psychedelics

Over the next decade, while focusing on streetwear, Turnbull began making his own hi-fi systems – avant-garde works he called “sound sculptures” – and he eventually glimpsed a chance to turn the sideline into a new career. Using his old graffiti tag, Ojas, he began producing large-scale brutalist sound systems …

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Exhibition to celebrate 75 years of Indian art held in Singapore

An exhibition featuring 85 artists and more than 170 artworks from different parts of India was organized in Singapore to showcase the evolution of Indian artistic styles as part of the celebrations marking 75 years of independence. The exhibition titled ’75 Years of Indian Art #CanvasToNFTs’ was opened by Singapore’s …

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Sullivan students continue to wait to attend new state-of-the-art facility

SULLIVAN, Maine (WABI) – Most Maine students have already been back in school for two weeks, but RSU 24 students didn’t start until Monday, and for now, classes are being held remotely. The new Charles M Sumner Learning Campus in Sullivan is not yet up to code, but the school …

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The East LA chef who rejected the Mexican combo plate

I don’t think I’m alone among East LA-born Chicanas and Chicanos in my complicated relationship with Mexican food. I grew up with a grandmother who regularly made menudo and kept cactus paddles to simmer nopales. My mother’s cooking may have been largely Americanized, but she always charred chili peppers on …

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Puerto Rico Museum’s Rarely Seen Artworks Featured in Chicago Exhibit

Few, if any, Puerto Rican artists are household names in the continental United States, and art museums in the Caribbean territory are probably even lesser known. A show won’t bring instant recognition, but it can be a milestone. That’s the belief behind a major exhibition of Puerto Rican art set …

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3 San Francisco Art Galleries to Check Out This Month: September 2022

English San Francisco’s art gallery scene is filled with exciting works by talented painters, sculptors, photographers and multimedia artists from the city, region and around the world. Thanks to its world-class art schools and cosmopolitan tastes, SF has played a role in shaping some of the greatest artists of all …

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Affordable Art Fair names established Brooklyn gallery as first grant recipient

The Affordable Art Fair celebrates a banner year with its return to Chelsea’s Metropolitan Pavilion next week (September 22-25). The beloved fair, which was founded in London in 1999, made its New York debut in 2002, bringing with it a mission to democratize art collecting across income brackets. Now, 20 …

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Artist and TV creator featured in September 21 conference | Nebraska today

Artist and TV creator Ric Heitzman will present the next Hixson-Lied Guest Artist Talk at 5:30 p.m. on September 21 at Richards Hall, Room 15. The conference is free and open to the public. The University of Nebraska-Lincoln School of Art, Art History and Design’s Hixson-Lied Visiting Artist and Scholar …

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Poland wants to return ‘stolen’ art from Russia’s Pushkin Museum

Poland asks Russia’s state-run Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts to return seven works of art ‘stolen’ by Soviet Union during World War II, to Warsaw said Wednesday. “Cases of looting of cultural property do not expire… The Polish state will never stop searching for and recovering cultural property that was …

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Henry Street is New York City’s new experimental and affordable center for contemporary art. But his dealers wonder how long the good times can last

Real estate in New York regularly overturns an old adage: if you give it up, they will come. Most visibly, this was the case on the Lower East Side in the 1980s, where artists like Jean-Michel Basquiat and Andy Warhol were able to find cheap rents, due to state neglect …

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The Huron Launches Waterfront Residences in Greenpoint

NEW YORK–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Today, Quadrum Global, a global real estate development and investment firm famous for Arlo Hotels, officially unveiled The Huron, an iconic twin-tower condominium complex located at 29 Huron Street in Greenpoint, Brooklyn. Designed by esteemed Morris Adjmi Architects (MA), The Huron comprises 171 exquisite studio to four-bedroom residences …

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Williams challenges incumbent Weipert for County Commissioner of District 13

Phil Weipert The Board of Commissioners is the legislative body of Oakland County, divided into 19 equally populated districts. Two people are vying for the position of Commissioner of District 13 (formerly District 8, which now includes the Village of Milford, the Townships of Milford and Lyon, the City of …

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