Monthly Archives: May 2022

At the Marfa Invitational, a small art fair for a big world

Look, no everything is bigger in Texas. Marfa, for example, may loom large in the collective imagination – thanks to the efforts of artists like minimalist titan Donald Judd, and more recently independent filmmaker Jill Soloway – but as a city it remains charming and compact, with a population of …

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SP Setia’s Hotel Setia KARYA art campaign unveiled

PETALING JAYA (May 11): SP Setia Bhd unveiled its top six winning artists for its Setia KARYA Hotel Art Campaign competition on Tuesday, May 10 during its judging process and winner announcement at the Setia SPICE Convention Center in Penang. The Setia KARYA Hotel Art Campaign Competition, which ran from …

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Top 5 Things To Do In Cincinnati This Weekend: May 13-15

1. “Elegies for Angels, Punks and Raging Queens” Ensemble Theater has partnered with Caracole to present “Elegies for Angels, Punks and Raging Queens”, a play told via free verse monologues and songs with a blues, jazz and rock score that share the stories of 31 people from all walks of …

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Culture in the capital: the best museums and galleries to explore in Wellington

When you think of Wellington, arts and culture are at the forefront of any experience. Whether it’s the lost nightlife of the 80s, musical talent emerging from local bars or some of the country’s most renowned artists, there are good reasons why Wellington has been dubbed ‘the little capital’. world’s …

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OMA and Library Street Collective reveal plans for Detroit’s sprawling art space in a former bakery

The Library Street Collective (LSC) contemporary art gallery builds further on its vision to reanimate Detroit’s East Village neighborhood as a community-driven cultural hub for the Motor City. As announced late last week, LSC, which itself is housed in the historic LB King and Company building in downtown Detroit, has …

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Edmonds School District High School Students of the Month for April 2022

Edmonds eLearning Academy Saul SahagunParent Name: Pedro SahagunInterests: I enjoy reading, playing video games and spending time with my family and friends.Education goals: Go to college and explore the careers I love. Edmonds Heights K-12 Madi SteinerNames of parents: Laura and Jeremy SteinerGPA: 3.89Clubs and Activities: President Thespian, Directory Staff, …

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Art in Bloom will bloom at the David Owsley Museum of Art this weekend

MUNCIE, Ind. – A springtime tradition continues at the David Owsley Museum of Art (DOMA) with Art in Bloom, a free public floral display on Saturday May 14 and Sunday May 15, with extended museum hours from noon to 5 p.m. two days. Available activities range from floral displays to …

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Stately Historic Residence + Retractable TV Screens: VA/DC Dream Homes

VIRGINIA/DC – This week’s featured homes in Virginia and DC include a gorgeous five-bedroom mansion in McLean with serene landscaped grounds and a stately single-family home on one of Georgetown’s most desirable streets. The McLean estate allows residents to enjoy summer barbecues in a covered outdoor kitchen. A saltwater pool …

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Woolwich curator’s new destination gallery moves away from ‘lighthouses and landscapes’

Sarah Bouchard in her art gallery in Woolwich. Derek Davis/Staff Photographer WOOLWICH — Sarah Bouchard’s new art gallery, located a few miles off Highway 1 in the woods of this Midcoast community, isn’t likely to be busy, if at all, by car or on foot. Those interested in the work …

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Portland housing project spotlights Native American artists

Mamook Tokatee is a new housing project in the Cully neighborhood of northeast Portland aimed at providing affordable housing for Native American residents and artists. Steven Tonthat/OPB Native American artists have a new home to live and make art in northeast Portland. On Thursday, Cully neighborhood leaders cut the ribbon …

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Comment: The largest museum art sale to date is ineligible

The recent explosive news that conservatives in the United States Supreme Court are about to erase abortion rights is a clear sign that the Reagan revolution of the 1980s continues to have a profound impact on life. American. Courting the conservative religious image of Reagan-appointed Antonin Scalia took time; but, …

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Entrepreneur Shanyan Koder talks buying what she loves and living through art

“I grew up breathing art,” said Shanyan Koder. She is the eldest daughter of entrepreneur Canning Fok, dubbed Hong Kong’s “employee king”, who is both an art collector and a concert pianist. “We always shared a passion for the arts,” Koder recalls, “whether it was fine art, theater, opera, dance, …

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Cinco de Mayo festival returns to Civic Center Park | Local News

Denver’s Cinco de Mayo festival returns Saturday and Sunday to a newly renovated civic center park after a pandemic-forced two-year hiatus — and few are happier to see it back than David Martinez, one of 40 food vendors who hope that the event will attract a large crowd. Food stall …

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Murray Art Museum Albury grows 5% year over year | border mail

news, local news, Seven years after opening, the Murray Art Museum Albury is booming, with visits up 5% year-on-year and the last busiest school holidays on record, according to the engagement agent of the museum. Annie Falcke said MAMA has been on a steady growth trajectory since its inception in …

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Detroit Institute of Arts Appoints Juana Williams Associate Curator of African American Art

THE DETROIT INSTITUTE OF ARTS (DIA) welcomes a new curator this week, naming Juana Williams Associate Curator of African American Art. An independent curator based in Detroit, she most recently served as director of exhibitions at the Library Street Collective and was an adjunct faculty member in art history at …

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Historic Gonzales Shopping Center Will Be Redeveloped, Could House Grocery, Owner Says | Business

The owners of a historic mall in Gonzales are tearing it down and planning to develop a new mall with a grocery store, injecting new investment into an older part of a town that has seen more business growth in recent years. LeBlanc’s Plaza, also known as Mall on Burnside …

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Mill Creek Announces Beginning of Move-Ins to Modera Lake Merritt

Mixed-use development adds 173 apartments and retail space to Lake Merritt neighborhood OAKLAND, CA., May 3, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Mill Creek Residentiala leading developer, owner-operator and investment manager specializing in prime rental housing in the United States, today announced that moves are underway at Modera Merritt Lakea luxury mixed-use community …

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Float through the dreamlike worlds of Barbara Takenaga at the Robischon Gallery exhibition

When the economy is good and the art is attractive, the gallery business can be quite lucrative. Of course, there are ups and downs like any business venture, but with high prices and 50% commissions, a savvy gallery owner can reap reliable rewards over time. The way galleries repay this …

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Your Australian Art Guide for May 2022

Wondering what’s on the art menu in May? The good news is that we’ve done the heavy lifting for you and put together a non-exhaustive list of exhibitions that take over our favorite galleries. So what’s on the art menu in May? There’s the Sydney Biennale, the Brisbane Street Art …

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LAPD seeks public assistance in Melrose District homicide

LOS ANGELES — It was a Wednesday, a Simi Valley jury verdict in the case of four Los Angeles Police Department officers charged with brutally beating a black man after a felony traffic stop the year before was expected at any time and tensions ran high in minority neighborhoods in …

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Black artist Noah Purifoy’s legacy is the Joshua Tree Museum – San Bernardino Sun

For a world famous figure of art, Noah PurifoyThe Joshua Tree Museum of Art is not easy to find. From 29 Palms Highway, the main thoroughfare, you head north out of town through increasingly sparse neighborhoods, making a series of turns as street signs say “Pavement Ends.” The last two …

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