Monthly Archives: August 2021

Claremont Artwalk is Saturday September 4 from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m.

Ronnie m206 W. BonitaHarvard Square Lawn AreaRonnie M will welcome the following creators: Designer of metal jewelry for the elk neckGracious Gobbler-Illustrator, children’s bookYuzu Leaf Co. – Hand Poured CandlesMama Zen Boutique-jewelry designerBy Erin Allison: jewelry designerRonnie M-Jewelry DesignerLibby Zona Healing Arts-Holistic Healing & CrystalsPeaches and cream, Sweets for the …

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Sarasota Art Museum Chef Leads New Series of Cooking Classes

In August and September, Chef Kaytlin Dangaran and her culinary team will be giving cooking classes at the Sarasota Art Museum. Dangaran is the head of The Bistro, the museum’s restaurant, which emphasizes the use of Florida ingredients in dishes inspired by cuisines from around the world. The Bistro’s summer …

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Magnificent machines a few minutes by car

DANVILLE – “Eleanor” – a 1967 Shelby Mustang GT500 Fastback that mirrors Nicholas Cage’s dream car from the movie “Gone in 60 Seconds” – awaits you in Danville. So does the lavish 1937 Rolls-Royce Phantom III Sedanca DeVille “Cooper Kettle” that oozes 1930s British wealth and breeding. These are just …

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Gathering held at Fairy Mountain, Wulong District, Chongqing Municipality, to Discuss Green Development

CHONGQING, China – (COMMERCIAL THREAD) – On August 13, 2021, the China-Chongqing (Wulong) Green Development Practices Forum was held at Fairy Mountain, Wulong District, Chongqing. Chongqing Municipal People’s Congress Committee. In the forum, many well-known and mainstream national academics and experts, industry elites through “online + offline” combinations shared their …

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Arts calendar: August 25-Sept. 4

The history of art “Passing the Time: Artwork by WWII German Prisoners of War in Aroostook County,” is on display at the Maine Historical Society, 489 Congress St., Portland, until December 31. Here, German prisoner of war Franz Bacher painted this scene from Mont Saint-Michel, an island town in Normandy, …

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5 questions: Margaret Vetare | The Highland Current

Margaret Vetare, who lives in Beacon, will perform folk music on the lawn of the Desmond-Fish Public Library in Garrison at 4 p.m. Sunday (August 15). What makes a folk singer a folk singer?How you define popular depends on where you hang out, the crowd. Around here there is a …

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The group wants to turn the old post office into a museum

(Photo by Ana Trinidad for the Daily Press)Victoria Chick, Founder and Board Member of the Southwest Regional Museum of Art and Art Center, and Chris Saxman, Board Member, stand in front of the Old Post Office, the potential site of their museum project non-profit art. Victoria Chick, a retired professor …

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Jacolby Satterwhite’s Grub Street Diet

Jacolby Satterwhite and her bagel. Illustration: Maanvi Kapur On August 14, the Miller Institute for Contemporary Art at Carnegie Mellon University will debut Jacolby Satterwhite‘s “Spirits wandering the Earth”, The first solo investigation into the artist’s work. This is one of the many projects that Satterwhite – which incorporates animation, …

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Monthly Galleries Walk Begins Tonight

Gallery Walk, which takes place the first Friday of each month, begins tonight in downtown Hot Springs. Gallery Walk features the opening of new art exhibits in downtown art galleries and studios from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. “We know that community cases of COVID-19 are on the increase and …

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Hiroshi Sugimoto’s Jekyll and Hyde Year

Hiroshi Sugimoto laughs. He laughs a lot. During a Zoom call from Tokyo, the 73-year-old artist mocks his first reaction to the avant-garde while living in New York City in the 1970s: “It’s a very twisted art, so that kind of twisted mind – it can apply to myself! I …

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