Monthly Archives: October 2021

Ten things to do for Halloween in Denver

Why should Halloween be just for kids? There are also a lot of spooky, silly, fantastic and fun events for adults, as well as el Dia de los Muertos celebrations. Here are ten of the best things to do in and around the city today. Spookadelia 4: The Curse of …

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Best Art Gallery: Racine Art Museum |

Racine Art Museum, 441 Main Street, Racine, 262-638-8300, ramart.org Northern Lights Gallery, 423 Main Street, Racine RAM’s Charles A. Wustum Museum of Fine Arts, 2519 Northwestern Ave., Racine What makes your business the best in Racine County? New works of art are to be discovered during each visit to the …

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Routley touts support for arts, culture and sports through grants – Chemainus Valley Courier

Doug Routley, Member of Parliament for Nanaimo-North Cowichan. (Photo submitted) Routley touts support for arts, culture and sports through grants Funding for these organizations is well deserved, says Nanaimo-North Cowichan MP NDP MP Doug Routley says government grants to local nonprofits will support arts, culture and sports organizations, enriching the …

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Governor Newsom announces appointments 10.29.21

SACRAMENTO – Governor Gavin Newsom today announced the following appointments: Margaret Mohr, 60, of Cameron Park, has been appointed deputy director of communications at the California Department of Water Resources. Mohr has been Director of Communications at VELOZ since 2020. She was Assistant General Manager of Business Development at the …

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Conseil des Arts opens a new exhibition | Characteristics

The Moore County Arts Council and sponsors Lydia and Doug Gill, the Judson Theater Company and Missy and Frank Quis announce the Campbell House Galleries’ November exhibit, “Brush and Chisel: Equine and More”. The exhibition brings together three innovative artists: Martha Dodd, Morgen Kilbourn and Meridith Martens. A vernissage with …

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Vermont Arts Council and Vermont Humanities award $ 1.16 million in grants with federal funds to 144 nonprofits in culture, humanities and the arts

MONTPELIER, VT – To offset the continued economic fallout from the Covid-19 pandemic, the Vermont Arts Council and Vermont Humanities have provided $ 1.16 million in recovery funding to 144 arts and humanities organizations in Vermont as part of a collaborative program. The Covid-19 Cultural Recovery Grant Program was initiated …

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Battle to preserve Uzbekistan’s largest art collection takes place online – the Calvert Journal

After all, during the heyday of Soviet censorship, Savitsky routinely disguised thousands of priceless paintings as mere baggage before loading them onto trains and trucks for “archaeological expeditions” to Nukus, according to the documentary. Even after Stalin and his successors Nikita Khrushchev, Leonid Brezhnev and Alexei Kosygin softened, Savitsky regularly …

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Vladimir Tretchikoff – The People’s Painter

“Most people have never seen the artist’s works except in print. Therefore, Strauss & Co is delighted to have five paintings under the hammer in our upcoming three-day live virtual sale (November 7-9, 2021), ”said Susie Goodman, Executive Director of Strauss & Co. The five lots feature some of Tretchikoff’s …

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Lobus expands its action management platform with the launch of the cultural innovation laboratory led by Lucien Smith

SAN FRANCISCO, 22 October 2021 / PRNewswire / – Lobus https://lobus.io/, Leading Art Equity Management Platform, Launches Cultural Innovation Lab Led by Contemporary Artist-Entrepreneur Lucien Smith to further support the infrastructure for the changing needs of the art industry as it responds to the new realities of the Web3. The …

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The impressive collection of Western art in Iran

23 October 2021 DAYS BEFORE Ebrahim Raisi, a die-hard cleric, won the Iranian presidential election in June, Tehran’s Contemporary Art Museum reopened to the public after a lengthy renovation. It created a strange juxtaposition. Mr. Raisi celebrates the decline of American influence; his Minister of Culture denounces “the deviation and …

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NCUA Enables Service Organizations to Make Auto and Payday Loans | Credit Union Journal

The National Credit Union Board of Directors approved a final rule which will allow credit union service organizations to engage in any type of lending authorized for federal credit unions. Currently, CUSOs – companies owned by credit unions to provide financial or operational services to institutions or their members – …

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Martin Margiela is back – The New York Times

More than 13 years after leaving fashion, Martin Margiela, the elusive and highly influential Belgian designer who changed the way we dress in the ’90s is back. But not as part of a wave of nostalgic tendency. As an artist. On October 20, Mr. Margiela’s first untitled personal exhibition opens …

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Volunteers needed for TAMIU Make a Difference Day

On Saturday, October 23, students, faculty and staff at Texas A&M International will work to create lasting impact in their local community as part of Make a Difference 2021 Day. Volunteers will spend their Saturday mornings, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., focusing on beautifying the Las Palmas Trail. Those interested …

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Explore Fall Activities Around Savannah – SCAD District

Written by Daniella Garcia, Illustration by Halle Garrett Autumn has arrived! Bring out the boots, cozy sweaters and the plentiful supply of fall-themed Starbucks drinks we’re about to consume, because the best season is finally upon us. During this time of year, you can enjoy a number of festivities during …

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Saturday 16 October 2021 – La Minute Monocle

1.There are stories in the UK newspapers of shortages in everything from fresh vegetables to butchers (but before you think that’s good news for Miss Piggy, it isn’t: they will be slaughtered and disposed of, if no sharp man or woman is found). Yet, over breakfast at the Fischer restaurant …

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Headquarters ST International and SONGEUN Art Space / Herzog & de Meuron

Headquarters ST International and SONGEUN Art Space / Herzog & de Meuron © Iwan Baan + 14 To share To share Facebook Twitter Pinterest WhatsApp Mail Or https://www.archdaily.com/970273/st-international-hq-and-songeun-art-space-herzog-and-de-meuron Zoned Area of ​​this architectural project Zoned: 8167 m² Year Year of completion of this architecture project Year: 2021 Photographs Photographs: Iwan …

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A 19th century building gets a facelift

Rusty Rae / News-Register ## Neil Livermore, a contractor for the renovation project, stands in front of the historic Bridge Street building in downtown Sheridan. The building, which dates from the late 1800s, will house shops on the ground floor and apartments on the second floor. A project in downtown …

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Request for sign, change of zoning of the church top Meeting of the municipal council of Marietta | News, Sports, Jobs

Adam Schwendeman, attorney for Thiesen Brock, spoke to Marietta city council on Thursday about rezoning a church so it could be turned into apartments. (Photo by Michèle Newbanks) Representatives from Marietta’s Original Pizza Place asked for an exemption from a city ordinance at Thursday’s meeting of the Marietta city council. …

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UK museums face long-term effects of Covid

LONDON – The Victoria & Albert Museum in London has one of Britain’s most eccentric collections of treasures. In a room in the Museum of Decorative and Applied Arts is the Great Bed of Ware, a 10-foot-wide four-poster bed that was such a popular tourist attraction in 16th-century England that …

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The revolutionary contemporary art market in Russia

Simon Rees, artistic director of the International Contemporary Art Fair Cosmoscow, spoke to the Moscow Times about the state of the contemporary art market in Russia today. Judging by this year’s fair, the market is booming. Art arrived from Argentina, Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Estonia, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Georgia, Russia, …

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Fantastic things to do in Oxford

Oxford, Ohio offers attractions that appeal to a wide range of interests – the arts, history, the outdoors at nearby Hueston Woods State Park, and an abundance of sports. Located in the southwest corner of Ohio in Butler County, Oxford is also home to the University of Miami, a major …

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König Galerie opens space in Vienna – ARTnews.com

Monday, October 11 The König Galerie opens a space in ViennaThe Berlin-based König Gallery, which also has galleries in London and Seoul, has opened a new outpost in Vienna. The space’s inaugural exhibit, titled “A Decade of Women Sculptors,” is an investigation of contemporary female sculptors, including Alicja Kwade, Helen …

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What do students wear in class? – SCAD district

Written by Lu Pan, Photos by Lu Pan Have you ever wondered why students in certain disciplines dress in a certain way or what has influenced the clothing choices of a particular student? Have you ever had the courage to ask? Asking such personal questions of a complete stranger is …

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Top Brockton Area Stories From Last Week

In case you missed it, these are five stories from the past week from across the Brockton area that resonated with our readers. Stalemate ends after Brockton police officer was shot and wounded A tense, hour-long standoff ended in Brockton on Thursday evening when police said an armed suspect had …

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How women made their place in abstract sculpture

A graduate student in sculpture in the 1970s, Maren Hassinger had little affinity for the traditional fibers used in weaving. “I didn’t like weaving with flexible materials,” Ms. Hassinger said in a phone interview from New York. “One day, in a dump, I found a wire rope and it changed …

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Oregon’s ‘At-A-Glance’ Bulletins Show Pandemic Impacts

The Oregon “At-A-Glance” School and District Report Cards were published by the Oregon Department of Education. The annual publication required by law is designed to inform parents, caregivers, communities and educators. It is also designed to initiate discussions on areas of improvement for schools and districts, according to the ODE. …

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October 7 exhibitions | Arts

Torosiete Contemporary Art Museum: “Hearts’ Lonely Hunters” (1995) by Daniel Kuttner and Beatrix Ost is streaming in the Virtual Contemporary Art Gallery. Streaming instructions: http://heartsmovie.torosiete.museum/. University of Virginia Health Arts Program: “Capturing the stillness of nature,” watercolors by Jane Skafte, can be seen in the main hospital lobby until October …

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New exhibition explores the history of lace

The term “lace” today might conjure up images of extravagant wedding dresses, intricate lingerie, or perhaps doilies and table runners that adorned our grandmother’s table: soft, decorative and perhaps a touch. little kitsch. But when the mesh fabric first appeared in the 16th century, explains Kaat Debo, director of the …

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Three more murals in Marshalltown | News, Sports, Jobs

CONTRIBUTED Photo – Local artists Melynda McCord and Landaca Czerniewski will create “Marshalltown’s Starry Night” as one of the last three murals of 2021 in downtown Great Western Bank. A trio of new murals across Marshalltown will pay homage to the city’s history while celebrating its unique culture and personality, …

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Women of Iowa City with a synergistic ambition

Three women from Iowa City, Sue Hettmansperger, Cheryl Jacobsen, and Kathy Edwards-Hayslett, recently opened their Synergy exhibit at ICON Gallery in Fairfield, Iowa. It presents the collage and assemblage work of each artist. Ayrton Breckenridge Artists Cheryl Jacobsen, Kathy Edwards Hayslett and Sue Hettmansperger (LR) pose for a portrait in …

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