Monthly Archives: September 2021

RiNo mural goes 3D to push for prison reform

DENVER – The skill used to paint the walls of the River North Arts District is undeniable. Almost all large flat surfaces are covered with a mural with a message. “The number of hours spent on some of them is crazy when you stop to think about it,” Buck Adams …

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NU arts event focusing on domestic violence | Local News

An exhibition of artwork created by survivors of domestic violence will be the centerpiece of an event Thursday at Niagara University’s Castellani Art Museum titled “Surviving… Thriving: A Journey of Healing through Art”. The event is organized on the occasion of Domestic Violence Awareness Month. Doors open at 4 p.m. …

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Dos Mundos: SBU celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month |

Dos Mundos: (Re) Constructing Narratives will be exhibited at the Paul W. Zuccaire Gallery until October 30. A long-standing tradition of Stony Brook University, Hispanic Heritage Month celebrates its 32nd year on campus, focusing on stories and experiences that reflect this year’s theme: “Dos Mundos / Two Worlds”. Throughout the …

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Ella Sharp Museum announces new Executive Director

Jackson, Mich. Monday, September 27, 2021 The Ella Sharp Museum Board of Trustees is pleased to appoint Julie Johnson as the new Executive Director of the Ella Sharp Museum. Julie will oversee the non-profit organization which includes the Merriman-Sharp Hillside Farm, the Mildred I. Hadwin Center for Art and History …

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The company of … Art | Profiles

Ryan James by Ryan James Beaux-Arts. Photo by Stéphanie Passatino. The Eastside is home to some six for-profit commercial art galleries, as well as non-profit arts organizations, such as the Kirkland Arts Center and the Bellevue Arts Museum. It is obvious that while a lot of the industry changes over …

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The antagonistic art of Neo Rauch | The New Yorker

Yet the experience had left Rauch suspicious. Shortly after the sale of “Der Anbräuner”, Rauch withdrew from an exhibition in Leipzig which was to be one of his biggest exhibitions in his native country in a decade. Rauch sometimes speaks of his art as a peristaltic filtration system that sucks …

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Denton Corker Marshall Shepparton Art Museum to Open

Denton Corker MarshallThe “Big and Small” Shepparton Art Museum, built on the land of the Yorta Yorta peoples on the shores of Lake Victoria Park, will open to the public on November 20. Limited to a small footprint due to a bypass channel running through the site, the museum spans …

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The latest exhibitions from the Bloomington-Normal area | Arts and theater

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

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CAP presents art to local students | New

Developing children’s imaginations is what brought together former educators and members of the Pelican Bay Arts Association to form the Children’s Art Program in December 2018. They set their goals and created the following mission statement: “The Manley Art Program for Children is designed to teach artistic skills and vocabulary. …

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Jazz @ CAM returns to the Cameron Art Museum

“If you have to ask what jazz is, you’ll never know.” – Louis Armstrong But if you want to know what jazz is, you can find out when the Cameron Art Museum in partnership with Cape Fear Jazz Society returns for its 11th year of Jazz @ CAM. The Jazz …

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Dystopia, BLM themes emerge at the Art Basel fair

Published on: 09/25/2021 – 11:18Amended: 09/25/2021 – 11:16 Basel (Switzerland) (AFP) Dystopia and Black Lives Matter are in the spotlight at Art Basel, the world’s largest contemporary art fair, which opens to the public this weekend. The giant annual fair in the Swiss city of Basel is above all a …

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Over 30 art exhibitions you can see in Louisville in October

A gallery of art exhibits to see in Louisville this month. Note: This list is a selection of current exhibitions. “Truth or Dare: a reality TV show” Until December21c hotel-museum700 Main Street W.Hours: Monday to Sunday, 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.21cmuseumhotels.comGroup exhibition as part of the Louisville Photo Biennale. “What …

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As part of an expansion, the Rubell Museum will bring its private Tastemaking art collection to Washington, DC, next year

The Rubell Museum in Miami, one of America’s most prestigious and influential private contemporary art institutions, expands with long-awaited second location in Washington, DC Founded by Don and Mera Rubell, the institution is a showcase for their extensive art collection. For emerging artists, Rubell’s patronage (and a coveted museum residency) …

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Average height in solid wood “elegant and minimal” proposed for the junction triangle

As tenants and occupants demand more durable and durable structures, solid wood construction is becoming increasingly popular. Understanding this need, Gairloch Developments proposes to construct a mostly timber mixed-use residential building with a Japanese influence in the Junction Triangle neighborhood of Toronto. Last month, Gairloch submitted site plan approval to …

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ArtWalk plans unveiled – On-Site Magazine

The first phase of ArtWalk consists of two residential towers and an intermediate mixed-use tower. Photo credit: SmartCentres SmartCentres has unveiled plans for the new arts district in its SmartVMC development in Vaughan, Ontario. The first phase of ArtWalk will include three residential buildings located near public transportation, urban amenities …

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Here’s why the Greenville County Museum of Art is closed

Question: Why is the Heritage Square Art Museum always closed even when the other buildings are open? Reply: I was able to collect some answers to this question from January 2021 column by my predecessor, Ask LaFleur. In it, LaFleur explained an ongoing construction project at the Greenville County Museum …

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collector: Bruno Bolfo | The arts journal

Bruno Bolfo, founder of the Institute of Contemporary Art in Milan Courtesy of Bruno Bolfo In 2019, Bruno Bolfo, collector of Italian origin and based in Lugano, created the Institute of Contemporary Art of Milan, an exhibition and project space in the Ripamonti district near the Fondazione Prada, where he …

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Best Dog Friendly Fall Activities in Miami

Few places offer such a wonderful dog ownership experience as Miami. Yes, there are the perpetual thunderstorms that can trigger hours of barking. And this whole story of alligators in the water. But beyond that, we’ve got everything from sandy beaches and tranquil lakes to brewery patios, perfect for transporting …

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The work of a daring artist is both high-tech and primitive

ON AFTERNOON before the official opening this summer of Luma Arles, an impressive new art center in the south of France, a triangular swimming pool in the corner of one of the ground-floor galleries began to overflow. The visitors were more amused than disturbed because the water infiltrated inexorably on …

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from Etel Adnan to Afra Al Dhaheri

Art Basel returns this year in physical and digital formats, allowing the public to experience the fair up close in Switzerland or from the comfort of their own homes around the world. The 2021 event features major regional gallery presentations, while artists from the Middle East are increasingly visible among …

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Fort Smith Art Museum Hosts National Competition

The Fort Smith Art Museum holds its annual national competition and is looking for both professional artists and children to participate. The Fort Smith Regional Art Museum contest has a section for children ages 6 to 18, and then another for adults. The competition for children is entering its second …

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Photography scholar leaves legacy at Princeton University

Legendary photography scholar and curator Peter C. Bunnell was curator of photography at the Museum of Modern Art from 1966 to 1972, then came to Princeton University as the first David Hunter McAlpin professor of history of the photography and modern art. The post, established in 1971 by a Princeton …

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Extraordinary art by ordinary people

Posted: 09/20/2021 19:42:35 PM NORTHAMPTON – Common Wealth Murals is launching a two-month art exhibit that will showcase local artists and their work across Pioneer Valley at an event this Wednesday. ValleyBike first contacted Common Wealth Murals because they “wanted to do something to celebrate the arts in western Massachusetts,” …

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Capital Square Launches CSRA Opportunity Zone Fund VI to Develop Luxury, Multi-Family and Commercial Properties in Raleigh, NC

RICHMOND, Virginia., September 20, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Capital Square, a leading sponsor of tax-efficient real estate investing, today announced the launch of CSRA Opportunity Zone Fund VI, LLC. Project-specific Opportunity Zone Fund is raising capital to develop 320 West South Street, a 297-unit luxury multi-family community with ground-level …

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Kingston art scene: up to the occasion

Content of the article The various lockdowns we have experienced during the COVID pandemic have changed many plans for most of us, and they have been difficult for various businesses as well. There are the more obvious ones like those in the retail and food service industries, but also the …

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Four architectural firms selected to design Melbourne’s new NGV Contemporary

Four major architectural and multidisciplinary design teams have been shortlisted to take the next step of the NGV Contemporary Design Competition, bringing the project – “Australia’s largest cultural infrastructure project ever” – one step closer to construction. The Victorian government announced today that John Wardle Architects, Field, Angelo Candalepas and …

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From “mask of shame” to “badge of honor”

Samantha Mullen is working on a sculpture. (Courtesy of the artist) Copyright © 2021 Albuquerque Journal In medieval times, men forced women considered to be scolding or gossiping to wear “masks of shame”. Created in mortifying patterns as punishment devices, they were popular in Europe until the 18th century. Santa …

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Saturday Calendar | Local News

Smoky Sundays, 7 p.m. at Ronin, 800 N. Market St. in downtown Bryan. Karissa presley, 8 p.m. at 4 Star Concert Hall, 209 S. Market St. in Brenham. To free. Gary Durrenberger Group, 6 p.m. at Brazos Valley Brewing Co., 206 S. Jackson St. in Brenham. To free. Randy C. …

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Rebuild better (and stronger) with bamboo

It is said that Nepalese culture demands bamboo from birth to death and everything in between. We use bamboo as scaffolding material, as food, for music, for carrying things and for writing. Nepal has more than 80 species of bamboo. In fact, for only 0.1% of the earth’s land area, …

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