Monthly Archives: July 2022

Two new books by Central Coast authors highlight the legacy of Hearst Castle architect Julia Morgan

San Luis Obispo County’s iconic Hearst Castle in San Simeon reopened in May after a years-long closure due to COVID-19 and a major overhaul of the road leading to the estate. Tourist guides now focus on the legacy of the castle’s architect, Julia Morgan, whose career and work on Hearst …

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5 memories of the old Old Port

Old Port Tavern, 11 Moulton Street This restaurant and bar opened in 1973, in the historic 1828 Mariner’s Church building. It’s a lively place with TVs to watch sports and DJs to get people dancing on the weekends. Greenhut Galleries, 146 Middle St. Greenhut Galleries opened in 1977, initially on …

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Official opening of the 25th SALA Festival

Celebrating its 25th year, the 2022 South Australian Living Artists (SALA) festival officially opened last night and will take place from August 1-31 in Adelaide and the South Australia region. SALA continues to be the largest open access visual arts festival in the world and this year has 648 events …

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“Sense of Self”: Students Learn Leadership and Friendship at Camp

On Friday, students show off their showmanship during the final performance of the 2022 Roots Summer Leadership Academy. The closing ceremony marked the 10th anniversary of the camp, which primarily serves children in the International District. (Esteban Candelaria/Albuquerque Journal) Copyright © 2022 Albuquerque Journal Throughout a summer filled with basketball, …

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Doylestown Arts Festival Announces 2022 Artist Lineup

DOYLESTOWN, Pa. — Organizers of the 2022 Doylestown Arts Festival have announced the roster of jury artists who will brighten the streets of the borough for this cherished event to be held September 10-11 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily. . Local and regional independent artists selected to participate …

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Spectacular: Renovated historic loft

SPECTACULAR. Historical mill completely renovated. in the village of Housatonic in Great Barrington. Very unique in the Berkshires. Offices, non-profit organisations, light industry… NUMEROUS possibilities! Bright, three floors of stunning open spaces. The first floor comprises a studio, recording studio, kitchen and bathroom with private, enclosed gardens to either side. …

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Majors Creek artist invited to exhibit in the United States

One of the new pieces created by Zoe Brand for her exhibition at Sienna Patti in the United States. It’s an etched acrylic piece, designed to make everyone feel their best. Photo: Zoe brand. Most artists dream of having their work exhibited in a major American gallery and few are …

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City Week: Weekly Picks | city ​​week

Click to enlarge Meet a mermaid If you have a kid who loves mermaids, you don’t want to miss this one. After all, how many times in your life do you get to see a real mermaid live? Not many, which is why it’s so mysterious you’ll …

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Cody’s art scene named one of the nation’s top 10

***For all things Wyoming, sign up for our daily newsletter*** By Wendy Corr, Cowboy State Daily Cody’s “vibrant arts community” was named one of the top ten small-town arts “scenes” in the country last week. The list was voted on by USA Today Readers, and place Cody alongside cities such …

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Building Automation Systems Market to Grow with Robust Growth

DUBAI, United Arab Emirates, July 26 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The global building automation systems market is expected to reach a valuation of US$44.6 billion in 2021. Once the initial impacts of COVID-19 are fully countered, the market is expected to grow. at a robust CAGR of 7.8% through 2031. …

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Barking at a Knot: Trying the Impossible, Yee-Haw!

There are few subjects in American history that can fire the imagination as much as the mystery, adventure, and mythology associated with the American frontier. A romanticized and often misunderstood period of United States history, the Old West used a perfect vernacular for the dusty and gritty lifestyles of the …

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Phaan Howng’s “Coneflower Canopy” deconstructs the relationship between man and the environment.

Suspended above Palmer Alley in Washington, “Coneflower Canopy” is a new installation that pays homage to a colorful summer flower whose ecology originated in the DMV – echinacea. Speaking about inspiration and the creative process behind “Coneflower Canopy”, District Fray sat down to chat with Phaan Howngthe Baltimore-based multidisciplinary artist …

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16th Century ‘Magic Mirror’ Reveals Hidden Buddha Image – Buddhistdoor Global

When the concentrated light shines, the mirror reveals its secret. Photo by Rob Deslongchamps. From the Cincinnati Museum of Art A rare centuries-old bronze mirror, which had been nearly forgotten in the Cincinnati Art Museum‘s East Asian art collection for more than 50 years, has revealed an illuminating secret: under …

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Artist known for creating ‘Inverted Q’ at Akron Art Museum dies

Although the sculptor of the “inverted Q”“, the popular hot pink artwork from the Akron Art Museum, has passed away, leaving its artistic touch through several rooms in northeast Ohio. Claes Oldenburg was born in Stockholm, Sweden in 1929 and grew up in Chicago, died on Monday. In addition to …

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Dig deeper: painter Ginnie Cappaert focuses on texture, color and exploration

“Wanderlust” is an atypically dark painting, with Cappaert’s characteristic bright colors appearing only slightly on top. “It’s different for me in the color palette,” she said of this piece, which she painted from memory. “Once in a while, there’s something moody or mysterious in my memory.” Ginnie Cappaert’s work – …

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Registration Open for SISD Elementary Fine Arts, STEM Academies

EL PASO, Texas (KTSM) — Parents, if your child is more of a hands-on learner and wants to become an engineer, mathematician, dancer, or even a journalist, keep reading because it might pique their interest. The Socorro Independent School District is opening two new schools at the start of the …

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Bridge museum spanning 160m ravine is built to withstand climate change

Australian architecture studio Kerstin Thompson Architects (KTA) is behind the spectacular new Bundanon Art Museum & The Bridge for Creative Learning. Located in the rural town of Shoalhaven, two and a half hours south of Sydney, the striking new museum stretches 160m (525ft) across a ravine and is built to …

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Art Gallery Management Software Market Size, Scope, Growth Opportunities, Trends by Manufacturers and Forecast to 2029 – This is Ardee

New Jersey, United States – The Art Gallery Management Software Market research guides new entrants to get accurate market data and communicates with customers to learn about their needs and preferences. He identifies direct business opportunities and helps bring new products to market. It identifies opportunities in the market. It …

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Grounds For Sculpture Announces Four New Board Members

Today Grounds For Sculpture announced that four new members have been elected to its Board of Directors. Michelle J. Bajwa, Cataldo Doria and Umesh Gaur joined the board in December 2021, and Nick Pahade in June 2022. In addition, longtime administrator Penelope Lattimer assumed the position of vice chair. The …

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Governor Hochul announces major crackdown to tackle wage theft

Crime convictions On June 1, 2022, Piyamas Dimasi of Thai Bistro and Karma Bistro was sentenced to 5 years probation and must pay $8,000 in restitution for unpaid wages, as well as reimburse NYSDOL and the New York State Department of Tax and Finance after forcing an immigrant to work …

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Jinshi Museum and Shun Pao Cultural Space take shape in Sijing

Ti Gong The construction site of Jinshi Museum in Sijing City An art museum and cultural space showcasing one of China’s oldest newspapers in Sijing Town of Songjiang District recently had its main structures completed. Jinshi, inscriptions on ancient bronzes and stone tablets, is a traditional Chinese art form. The …

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One United Properties launches sales for One Lake Club Phase II

One United Properties, the leading green investor and developer of residential, mixed-use and office real estate, announces the launch of sales for the second phase of the One Lake Club development, located on the shores of Lake Tei, scheduled for delivery in 2024. Designed as a residential club, One Lake …

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DC’s pop-up festival celebrates black-owned businesses

Comment this story Comment About 80 black-owned vendors and creators gathered in DC on Sunday for the first immersive Black on the Block pop-up festival, an LA-inspired event to showcase Black-owned businesses that often find limited access to exhibit their work. “It can be very difficult for black-owned businesses, especially …

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Short Takes: Brummel Chosen as Curator of Joslyn’s 20th Century Art Collection | Lifestyles

The Joslyn Art Museum has chosen Kenneth Brummel as curator of its 20th century art collection. He previously held curatorial positions at the Cincinnati Art Museum, the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, and the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art in Kansas City. Kenneth Brumel Brummel, who started in May, has …

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#hello_monaco weekend: what to do on July 16 and 17

This weekend in Monaco can offer you various forms of art: from painting and sculpture to dance and music. And here are some suggestions for you. @www.monaco-artweek.com Monaco Art Week returns this week and will offer a new artistic journey in the Principality. The event is part of a dense …

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PHOTO GALLERIES | Tragedy and Recovery: The 45th Anniversary of the 1977 Flood Brings Stories of Survivors and Reflections on the Future | New

JOHNSTOWN, Pennsylvania – On the night of July 19, 1977, Susan Burns and her mother were arrested on Cooper Avenue by emergency crews as they were returning home to Tanneryville after “Bingo Night.” Warned that they could not enter Tanneryville because of floodwaters, they were sent to a nearby gas …

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Floating Light Containers Evoke Curiosity in QIU Taiwan Pavilion

qiu installs the cube in kaohsiung, taiwan For the Kaohsiung Museum of Fine Arts’ International Container Art Festival, Quality Innovation United (QIU) Architects realized The Cube, an ambitious project flag which perfectly embodies the festival theme of Van Buren Supernova, encouraging attendees to explore light, stars, hope and new life. …

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Where to See Art Gallery Exhibits in the Washington Area

Comment this story Comment Like much contemporary nature-themed art, the artwork “The Fragility of Their Nature: Ocean, Sky, Land” was conceived in the spirit of crisis. Still, the performance by four women from the District of Columbia Center for the Arts is sweet in tone. This likely reflects, at least …

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Explore New Orleans Square, the mall’s unexpected cultural hotspot

The mall is not a mall. It’s also not a mall, although in a 2016 Vice article, writer Steve Friess dubbed it “The Weirdest, Weirdest Mall in Vegas”. We can’t call it that for the simple reason that this nearly 60-year-old cluster of malls—configured, in an almost perfect square, around …

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At the Rollins Museum of Art, the authentic Basquiat and much more

As Central Florida art lovers follow the FBI-led saga of the so-called Basquiats at the Orlando Museum of Art, an authenticated work by the artist is on display a few miles from the emptied galleries of OMA. The Rollins Museum of Art on the University’s Winter Park campus is displaying …

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AGI Denim supports artists with exhibition at NYC Gallery – Sourcing Journal

Art is at the center of AGI Denim’s first major public event, and indigo is its medium of choice. The vertical denim manufacturer and Pakistan’s first certified B Corp company will open ‘Exquisite Blue Towers’, an exhibition of collaborative and individual artworks that celebrate indigo as a color by artists …

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How to Take the Ultimate Vacation in Louisville, Kentucky

Take A Break is your ultimate guide to the perfect journeys to recharge, rediscover yourself and your relationships, and reengage with the world. We’ll cover shopping stops, great bars, restaurants worth your money, photo ops, memorable rides and experiences, and other important details you need before you book. Below, we …

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Tan Boon Hui (1968–2002) – Artforum International

Veteran curator and arts administrator Tan Boon Hui, for decades a vital presence in Singapore’s art world and a tireless promoter of Asian art on the world stage, died on July 7 at the age of fifty-three years old, following a stroke he had suffered in May. Tan was a …

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The best shows in Scottish galleries this week

July 9-September 18. Free admission. Climate House, Royal Botanic Garden, Arboretum Place, Edinburgh, EH3 5NZ. This joint exhibit by 2021 Turner Prize nominees Cooking Sections and Sakiya draws attention to the degradation of ecosystems through the removal of plants. Following a three-year research project, Cooking Sections sheds light on the …

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All signs point to no, by Travis Lampe. Corey Helford Gallery

Downtown Los Angeles Corey Helford Gallery (CHG) is proud to announce his next major solo exhibition All signs point to nofeaturing new work from a Chicago-based artist, illustrator, and toymaker Travis Lamp. put in first August 6e in Gallery 3the show will be visible through September 10e. The upside-down world …

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CHARTER SCHOOLS: Seeds of success or a rotten idea to the core? – Mississippi’s best community newspaper

As proposals for four new charter schools in Natchez and Adams County progress through state approval, local leaders have differing opinions on whether the schools would improve or hinder the public education. Joyce Arceneaux-Mathis, who was a long-time educator in the Natchez Adams School District, said she doesn’t think Adams …

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On the artistic and cultural scene of the region: opening of intensive summer ballet courses and new exhibitions | Entertainment/Life

Registration is open for the Baton Rouge Ballet Theater Summer Intensive Course. PHOTO PROVIDED BY BATON ROUGE BALLET THEATER Summer Ballet Intensive Baton Rouge Ballet enlists three of its favorite artists and instructors to teach ballet, contemporary dance, variations, pointes and partnering lessons for an intensive summer week Monday through …

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Hoboken City Council signs Yards Redevelopment Agreement

Hoboken City Council had a number of major items on its agenda. Screenshot via City of Hoboken on YouTube. Hoboken City Council approved an agreement for the Works Redevelopment Plan, implemented a citywide 20mph speed limit, and passed the new budget and a resolution for the proposed City Complex. Worksite …

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ADB+ Bordeaux – ADF Magazine

Bordeaux + Art + Design, better known as BAD+ opens its doors today and will continue until Sunday July 10, 2022. With more than 50 exhibitors. BAD+ 2022 will bring a breath of fresh air to the art market, as we will provide a new international stage for talented and …

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Developer wants to turn part of Pickle District into an ‘art-centric’ center with Bunnings, a daycare center

A developer wants to build an ‘arts-centric’ center in the Pickle area of ​​West Perth, but faces opposition from those who make up its current character. Developer Saracen Properties Pty Ltd is behind plans to redevelop part of the ‘old industrial area’ by demolishing its current rentals located in a …

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Telfair Museums to open a new children’s art museum at the Jepson Center

Telfair Museums is pushing its “Telfair for All” strategic plan to new heights. The museum has announced plans to open a Children’s Art Museum (CAM) at the Jepson Center in the spring of 2023. With the introduction of their free admission program in march and partnership with Live Oak Public …

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Performance Exchange 2022 opens this Friday.

Emily Perry, Woman With Salad, 2017, performance, courtesy of Seventeen Performance Exchange has announced full program and performance schedule details for its 2022 edition. Produced in partnership with a selection of London’s most cutting-edge commercial galleries, the second edition of the acclaimed performance program takes place across London over three …

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Idea Exchange welcomes new director of Cambridge Art Galleries

The Idea Exchange is ready to welcome Alix Voz as the new Director/Curator of Cambridge Art Galleries. Alix will take office on Wednesday, said a statement from the city. “We are delighted to have Alix join us in Cambridge,” Idea Exchange CEO Helen Kelly said in a press release. “His …

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Elysée Museum and Mudac completed in Lausanne

Twinned cultural destination Musée de l’Elysée and Mudac completed in Lausanne Architecture studio Aires Mateus completes building to house Musée de l’Elysée and Mudac in Lausanne, Switzerland After five years of preparation, the building of the Musée de l’Elysée and Mudac in Lausanne is now complete. The structure, an elegant …

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Housatonic’s longtime art director steps down

BRIDGEPORT — As director, Robbin Zella helped add more than 4,000 pieces to the Housatonic Museum of Art’s collection. Now she hopes to help the museum with one more addition – a new director. Zella, who has worked at the museum since 1998, recently announced her retirement. She said it …

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The art of reconciling creativity and business

Rachel Klaver is a marketing strategist, specializing in lead generation and content marketing. OPINION: In the past, there was a choice. Be creative and poor or choose something else. (Except of course, for the privileged few who miraculously managed to make money). I’m incredibly grateful that we now live in …

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Art Basel and “Trial by Death” – KyivPost

Art Basel’s Ukrainian platform has mastered the public space. Here, contemporary art does not exist isolated from reality. He encourages those who are immersed in his works to think critically about the world as we see it. Art Basel – an international non-profit art fair – takes place annually in …

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How artwork breathed new life into Lodhi Colony

Directly opposite the bustling Mehar Chand market, a worn gray wall features the faded and chipped portrait of an old woman. Artist Hanif Kureshi introduces her as Vimla, who sells parathas at the nearby Khanna market. She caught the attention of German artist Hendrik Beikirch, who wanted to pay homage …

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Comment: There is much to learn about culture in the evolution of the modern chair

I’m always inspired by the exhibits at the Palm Springs Art Museum. Recently, I was inspired by “The Modern Chair” exhibit at the Palm Springs Art Museum Architecture and Design Center. It was a fabulous display of modern chairs that made me think about the origin of the chair and …

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Acclaimed Artist Derrick Adams Launches Derrick Adams and FUNTIME UNICORN Editions

At the crossroads of entrepreneurship and the fine arts sector, Derrick Adams Editions is pleased to present its first edition, FUNTIME UNICORN. It is a continuation of Adams’ signature iconography and imagery of the black unicorn in Adams’ signature “floaters”.“ series, a collection of bold and vibrant portraits depicting black …

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