Monthly Archives: November 2021

10 facts about Darin and Brooke Aldridge | Local News

Old Courthouse Theater – The Farndale Avenue Townswomen’s Guild Dramatic Society production of “A Christmas Carol” – From December 2 to 12. In a festive mood, the ladies of Farndale Avenue Housing Estate Townswomen’s Guild Dramatic Society are mounting another assault on the classics with their stage version of A …

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Book extract | The ups and downs of art fairs

Amid all the sparkle and glitter at Art Basel in Miami Beach this week, it can be easy to forget that just a few months ago, many wondered if the Covid pandemic had dealt a fatal blow to the world. whole art fair model. During the year of forced hibernation, …

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Japan brings fresh blood to the art scene with TRiCERA ART – ARTnews.com

Eight hundred artists, 7,000 works from Japan and more, a new worldview takes shape When TRiCERA ART was born in 2018, the online art world was already full of art forums of all kinds. Online galleries doing millions of dollars in commerce across the world were more than plentiful. What …

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Thoughts on Zoom and In-Person Classes – NoHo Arts District

I have just resumed classes in person in my studio. We’ve been on Zoom for a year and a half. I now teach both Zoom and in person and thought it was a good opportunity to review my experiences of both. Thoughts on Zoom and In-Person Courses In person lessons …

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Monet’s $ 24 Million Oil Painting Sets New Mainland Chinese Western Art Auction Record | Auction news | THE VALUE

In the Asian art market, the appetite for masterpieces of modern and contemporary Western art has proliferated in recent years in Hong Kong – setting record prices at auctions. This trend has spread north to mainland China. During this season’s Beijing auction week, China Guardian hosted its first Impressionist and …

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Apalachicola offers history, beaches and all the oysters you can eat

If you love Florida history, you must visit Apalachicola. Every place in Florida is rich in history, but in Apalach (as its residents affectionately call it) the past doesn’t have to be imagined; it is visible. Located at the mouth of the Apalachicola River and Apalachicola Bay in the Gulf …

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Weaving the threads of applied and contemporary art

LONDON – Given her tumultuous early childhood, it’s no wonder South African artist Bonolo Kavula seeks the meditative mental calm that she achieves while working with textiles. Born in Kimberley, South Africa, she was raised in foster care after her mother (she was 4 years old at the time) passed …

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Miami Bob Dylan Art Exhibition opens, new movie paintings

MIAMI – Bob Dylan has been telling stories through song for 60 years. But recently, the American lyricist has also captured moments in a new series of paintings which, like his songs, are intimate and a bit of a mystery. The Nobel Laureate’s most comprehensive visual art exhibition to be …

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‘Our destiny is linked to the million species threatened with extinction today’ | India News

Friend Vitale is an award winning photographer. Talk to Srijana Mitra Das To The times evoke, she talks about Vital Impacts, her collective of photographers who showcase the biodiversity of our planet and empower those who strive to protect it: How did Vital Impacts start? The genesis of Vital Impacts …

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The wandering creativity of Sophie Taeuber-Arp

There is one object in the Museum of Modern Art retrospective of Swiss polymath Sophie Taeuber-Arp that is so coveted that I wanted to hurry it. It dates from 1922 and takes the form of triangles that fit together in an integral pattern of blue and pink, brown and olive. …

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A Day in the Life: Anna O’Sullivan, Director and Chief Curator of the Butler Gallery in Kilkenny

Anna O’Sullivan is director and chief curator of the Butler Gallery in Kilkenny, Ireland, where she also manages the permanent collection of the Butler Gallery. Anna is also the worthy recipient of the Arts Award at this month’s Kilkenny People of the Year Awards. She is a woman of great …

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49 Things to Do in Greater Palm Springs in December 2021

It’s a staple of those cheesy and wellness holiday flicks: a massive Christmas tree sparkles, lights up snow blown snow, charming small town cottages, and the moment a couple share their first kiss. While some Hallmark Channel calling cards can be hard to find, not all of us can marry …

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Paper, stone, scissors and polymer clay

ON THE RUN – One of Shelley Kommers’ earliest works of art, a multimedia piece called “The Swarm”, which she calls “cheeky”. It turned out to be a perfect choice for an art show in Nashville, Tennessee titled “Rock, Paper, Scissors”. Courtesy photo A child of the 70s, Shelley Kommers …

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Alvin ISD Schools Offer Holiday Themed Concerts

Students Across Alvin Independent School District headlining holiday orchestral and choir concerts as they round out the fall school semester and welcome the holidays. All events are open to the public, said Renae Rives, district communications director. Nathan Pair, group principal at Manvel High School, said he and his colleagues …

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Long Beach nonprofit struggles to “weather the storm”

Long Beach’s Compound is a contemporary art space with a focus on culture, wellness, and community – think yoga and sunset sound baths in the Sculpture Garden. There’s an airy courtyard, several exhibition galleries, and nooks for artist talks, live music, and socially responsible film screenings. It presents itself as …

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David Zwirner’s new 52 Walker outpost gives us a new way to experience an art gallery, but only if you’re willing to devote the time to it.

52 Walker, a new David Zwirner outpost led by Ebony L. Haynes dealer and curator, tries to get away from the fast pace of shopping malls. Like Haynes told this post in June, she wants to “change the model and slow things down”. The problem with the art scene, however, …

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An introduction: Museo Naga – SUNSTAR

The city of Naga now has its own public museum, the Museo Naga. This is a special project by Mayor Kristine Vanessa Chiong. The Museo Naga is meant to be “a platform where Nagahanons and the visiting public can appreciate the history, heritage, environment of the city of Naga and …

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Petal gets new mural at fire station # 3 on Mississippi 42

The town of Petal got a little brighter with a new mural showcasing the relationship between the Petal Fire Department, Petal School District and the community. The mural, which is located on the side of Fire Station # 3 on Mississippi 42, is the work of Brooke Bowden, an art …

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Paris Gibson Square Museum of Art presents “Beyond Intention”

Paris Gibson Square Museum of Art in Great Falls, Montana presents Beyond intention, an exhibition that brings together the work of three contemporary fiber and mixed media artists: Maggy Rozycki Hiltner, Ashley V. Blalock and Jennifer Reifsneider. Nicole Maria Evans, Curator of Exhibitions and Collections, explains that Beyond intention aims …

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Singapore copyright law changes come into force

On November 21, 2021, Singapore’s amended Copyright Law came into force (Amended law). Important updates have been made to the current Copyright Law in order to improve copyright protection in view of various technological developments. We’ve outlined some of the main changes to consider. The copyright for all types of …

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Global Payday Loans Market Report (by Type, Marital Status)

Dublin, Nov. 22, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The “Payday Loans Market Opportunity Analysis and Industry Forecast, 2021-2030” report has been added to from ResearchAndMarkets.com offer. Rising awareness of payday loans among young people and rapid loan approval with no usage restriction is driving the growth of the global payday loans …

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East Link from the Air, Part 2: Get an Overview of Station Construction in Redmond :: NPI’s Cascadia Advocate

In 2023, less than two years after the completion and opening of the Northgate Link extension, Sound Transit will inaugurate service to ten new stations serving Mercer Island, Bellevue and Redmond. The addition of these new stations will be the largest expansion in system history, eclipsing the number of stations …

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An update on his life and health

Yoko Ino could be one of the most famous or infamous women in modern history. The Japanese artist was married to John Lennon from 1969 to 1980, and their 11-year marriage was full of gossip, controversy and speculation, often accused of “breaking the Beatles”. Ono and the Beatles musician share …

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Make the season shine with the First City Lights Festival, Elf Parade

Seven days out is your guide to entertainment events, concerts, festivals and activities in Escambia and Santa Rosa County. MONDAY Monday night blues Monday, November 22 at 7 p.m. Seville District, 130 E. Government St. The Seville District and the Blues Society of Northwest Florida are bringing the blues back …

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‘Light Up Appleton’ lights up the start of the holiday season

APPLETON, Wisconsin (WBAY) – A downtown Appleton tradition returns after a year off due to COVID-19 issues. ‘Light Up Appleton’ has added a new treat ride to its festive entertainment with businesses offering free goods to visitors around Houdini Plaza for this overnight event from 3:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. …

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Sotheby’s auction brings in $ 676 million

20 November 2021 WHEN SOTHEBY’S lifted the hammer at the biggest art auction of the season on November 15, the sellers, Harry and Linda Macklowe, did not arrive together to watch the proceedings from the low-key skybox above the dining room. auction, as those who have a collection often do. …

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Artist fights to demolish illegal studio in field

An artist is appealing an order to illegally demolish the studio he built in the countryside. Clive Hemsley, of Hart Street, Henley, says the three-story building on his land near Rotherfield Grays is not much larger than the one he had previously proposed, which was approved by the South Oxfordshire …

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Bonnie Sherk, landscape designer full of surprises, dies at 76

One Thursday in June 1970, a San Francisco police officer was going mad because motorists entering the busy central freeway near Market Street applied their brakes, surprised by an unusual sight. On what the day before had been bare land, a young woman sat on a haystack, surrounded by potted …

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Capa Space partners with Bethany arts community for new exhibition

The Capa Space, a non-profit education and exhibition organization dedicated to exploring and pursuing the legacy of “concerned photography,” a term coined by the late Cornell Capa to describe photography that contributes to the understanding or the well-being of mankind, announced that it will present an exhibition of powerful photographs …

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Heaven’s Gate by Marco Brambilla plays the scale game in virtual reality

The XR panel of the art journal What exactly is Extended Reality (XR) and how is it used in art? We’re bringing together an international group of experts in the field to examine and make sense of the cutting-edge digital work that artists, museums, galleries and app makers are creating …

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Hong Kong’s new M + museum is a beautiful contradictory study

Reflection is virtually the perfect metaphor for the opposing sentiments swirling around the institution’s opening celebrations: one elatedly touting M + as “Asia’s premier visual culture museum,” the other condemning leadership of the museum for giving in to Beijing’s influence by complying with China’s new national security. Law. Implemented in …

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Mr Doodle is on a mission to cover the world with doodles

This expansive quality has been a key facet of Cox’s popularity. Although he often works with traditional canvases and prints, Cox is perhaps best known for his large-scale, immersive drawings on everything from walls and clothing to cars, appliances, pianos, and more. The meditative nature of Cox’s process is as …

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Jimmie Durham (1940-2021) – Artforum International

Sculptor and poet Jimmie Durham, who parodied and challenged Native American stereotypes in his work even as the question of his ancestors sparked criticism and controversy, died on November 17 in Berlin at the age of eighty-one. . The news was confirmed by the Kurimanzutto gallery, based in Mexico City, …

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Small, landlocked Luxembourg is the richest country in Europe. He has big plans to develop an artistic infrastructure to match

While most art fairs have reduced the number of exhibitors and events this fall, one has done the opposite. The young hybrid art fair and exhibition program called Luxembourg Art Week (LAW), which took place from November 12 to 14, has grown with each edition since its creation seven years …

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Luxury automaker Genesis opens urban oasis in New York’s Meatpacking District

Inside the Genesis House: Korean luxury cars will take center stage at Cellar Stage, a showroom and live event venue inspired by the Genesis brand launch at Seoul Olympic Stadium. Genesis Genesis, the luxury arm of Korean auto giant Hyundai, is transferring its design principles from assembly lines from Seoul …

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Arkansas A-Plus Hires New Executive Director, Program Director

Submitted photo Alyssa Wilson and Shelby Patterson Alyssa Wilson is the new Executive Director of Arkansas A + Schools. Her background in education, the arts and museums places her in a good position to lead the program. Arkansas A + also has a new program director, Shelby Patterson, who joined …

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Artfix daily events calendar

Auction of the estate’s treasures, November 17 Home The online auction of the Charles S. Shultz collection by Nye & Company Auctioneers on Wednesday, November 17 is sure to delight collectors, dealers, science and literature enthusiasts. The Estate Treasures auction, which begins at 10 a.m. EST, features the travel and …

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Symbiosis with nature a green district in Bangkok

We all know the auction houses for large real estate projects, where potential buyers can view models of new architectures and get all the information they need to make a purchase. These architectures often have a function that is not just commercial in nature, as they are usually designed from …

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Some beloved rooms will have a new home

When Newfields installed The Lume on the fourth floor of the Indianapolis Museum of Art, many art lovers wondered: where would that leave the beloved contemporary art pieces that resided there? The museum chose the 30,000 square foot fourth floor, which previously contained contemporary artwork, for The Lume because the …

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Ombudsman finds credit card company lent mom with 13 payday loans and ‘increased limit’

The Financial Ombudsman Service (FOS) has sided with customers who say a credit card company ‘raised credit limits’ for people who would struggle to pay it back. Aqua has lost several lawsuits with clients who say they wrongly lent money to people, including a mother with 13 payday loans, people …

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Strong financial outlook projected for the next five years

Hugh W. Garside Jr. The most recent five-year forecast for the South-Western City School District indicates a positive cash balance throughout fiscal year 2025-2026. Forecasting is a standardized planning tool required by the Ohio Department of Education that must be completed annually. It provides detailed information on actual and forecast …

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OPEN Digital Residency Program – Announcements

Blitz Valletta is a contemporary independent art, not-for-profit space that supports original and radical artistic practice in all its forms since 2013, through an international program of residencies, exhibitions and public engagement activities. Blitz Valletta is pleased to launch an open call for three digital artistic residencies that will take …

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Herzog & de Meuron unveil design for new Memphis Brooks art museum

Herzog & de Meuron unveil design for new Memphis Brooks art museum © Herzog & de Meuron To share To share Facebook Twitter Pinterest WhatsApp Mail Or https://www.archdaily.com/971440/herzog-and-de-meuron-unveils-design-of-memphis-brooks-art-museum Herzog & de Meuron unveiled the design of the new Memphis Brooks Museum of Art overlooking the Mississippi River. The 10,500m² Memphis-based …

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Attorney General Raoul announces settlement with companies over predatory payday loans – The Southland Journal

Advertising Attorney General Raoul announces settlement with companies over predatory payday loans (Chicago, IL) – Attorney General Kwame Raoul and Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation (IDFPR) Acting Secretary Mario Treto Jr. today announced a settlement with online payday loan lead generators MoneyMutual LLC; PartnerWeekly LLC and Selling Source …

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Barings and Hines acquire Reed District site in Nashville

Reed District represents a distinctive investment opportunity to transform a 12-acre gateway site in Midtown Nashville into a community-driven mixed-use destination with uses focused on music, art, food and entertainment. The project will take inspiration from the historic character of the approximately 100-year-old Coca-Cola building, converting it into a modern …

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Museum Exhibits in Houston This Month: November 2021

A detail from “Asterisks in Dockery (Blues for Smoke” by Rodney McMillian | Courtesy Contemporary Arts Museum Houston) Take one last look or take a first look at the opening and closing of the museum’s exhibits and facilities in Greater Houston in November 2021. This month sees a trickle of …

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US banks ease standards for online payday loans

The pandemic and subsequent lockdowns have slowed economic development in many countries around the world. The United States has not become an exception. The national government is currently struggling with a surplus. Meanwhile, average people and small businesses have to struggle with their financial challenges. As a result, some urgent …

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The lost women of modern Turkish art

Many of their works are undated. Some of their birth and death years, or even their full names, have not been recorded. Few are remembered outside of their own families. They are, as curator Deniz Artun puts it, artists “that cannot be read in history books”. Despite her own experience …

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