Monthly Archives: January 2022

Coral Springs Museum features works by Puerto Rican artist Luis Garcia-Nerey • Coral Springs Talk

By Sharon Aron Baron The Coral Springs Museum of Art presents the works of Puerto Rican artist Luis Garcia-Nerey in his new installation “Shifting Lines”. Now based in Miami, Garcia-Nerey brings together a comprehensive series of abstract paintings. Much of his three-dimensional work consists of constructed environments that often vividly …

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APV’s transmedia department changes name to film and media arts department

The College of Visual and Performing Arts (VPA) has announced that its transmedia department has changed its name to the Film and Media Arts Department. The new name, which took effect on January 1, better reflects the work of faculty and students and the creative and business worlds they occupy. …

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The publication dedicated to putting art in Seattle’s hands

PublicDisplay.Art is a magazine-style art exhibition that aims to promote local artists. # k5soiree SEATTLE – The brand new physical art publication PublicDisplay.Art aims to put art in Seattle’s hands. The Quarterly Journal is a way to reignite interest in the arts and local artists like the cover artist, Tariqa …

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Cypress Creek Cultural District raises money for holding ponds

The Cypress Creek Cultural District is looking to help fund the construction of retention ponds along Cypress Creek over the next year as it continues to grow its collection of cultural and recreational offerings. Cypress Creek Cultural District vice president Clara Lewis said flooding issues and retention ponds will be …

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5 Best Art Galleries in Portland, OR

Below is a list of the major art galleries in Portland, OR. To help you find the best art galleries located near you in Portland, OR, we’ve put together our own list based on this list of evaluation points. The best art galleries in Portland, OR: Top rated art galleries …

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Delco Press Club Hosts Sports Legends of Delaware County Museum Tour – Delco Times

RADNOR – The Delaware County Press Club will be hosting a tour of the Sports Legends of Delaware County Museum, 301 Iven Ave., Wayne, at 11 a.m. on Wednesday, January 19. The guided tour will include visiting permanent collections with personal memorabilia from Delco athletes to their respective areas of …

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Sprüth Magers International Gallery Comes to UES for New York’s First Outpost – Commercial Watcher

Contemporary art gallery Sprüth Mager will open its first store in New York on the second floor of 22, 80th Street East on the Upper East Side this spring. Sprüth Magers took 2,244 square feet in the building owned by the management company Kar Fifth Corp., according to Judson CRE, …

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City and rural school districts fight staff shortages amid COVID-19 peak

As COVID-19 cases increase in Wisconsin, many urban and rural school districts face staff shortages as they strive to maintain in-person learning throughout the year. Just days after returning from winter vacation, the Green Bay area public school district said there was a significant increase in the number of out-of-school …

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Uffizi director turns fine arts into brand

It’s time to abandon the moldy, two-century-old French rallying cry “art for art. “Painting and sculpture must do more than bask in the rarefied air of museums. They must relate to the pressing problems of the day. That’s what Offices museum director Eike Schmidt told the press. “It is absolutely …

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Jack Vettriano to present previously unseen oil paintings in new exhibition of works

Unseen paintings by Jack Vettriano will be featured in an exhibition at the gallery where he sought inspiration as a young artist. The exhibition at Kirkcaldy Galleries in Fife will feature 12 oil paintings he produced in his early twenties and thirties, signed with his birth name, Jack Hoggan. The …

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