Monthly Archives: September 2022

Vue to host the opening reception of the Quilts Unlimited exhibition on September 30 –

The annual Quilts Unlimited exhibition will unveil the extravagant works of fiber arts, created by some of the country’s most eminent quilters at View, the arts center in Old Forge, on Saturday, October 1. The exhibition will continue until December 3. The nearly 70 quilts on display demonstrate a wide …

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Assemblyman Brian A. Cunningham opens new office in District 43 – Caribbean Life

“My life purpose or life mission is to connect people to opportunity,” Assemblyman Brian A. Cunningham said at the opening of his new district office on Friday, Sept. 23 located at 249 Empire Blvd., Brooklyn, NY 11225 at the corner of Rogers Ave. After being elected on March 30, 2022, …

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SCAD Museum of Art Announces Fall 2022 Exhibits

SAVANNAH, GEORGIA – The Savannah College of Art and Design hosts a new season of exhibitions at the acclaimed SCAD Museum of Art, bringing together an international roster of emerging and established artists whose practices reflect vital conversations in contemporary art discourse. This season’s diverse range of performances represent varying …

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Old City Fest returns with food, drink, circus, art, design and music in October

The Old Town district will feature the seventh annual Old Town Festival on Sunday, October 9, 2022, from 11:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. along N. 3rd Street (Market to Race) and Arch Street (2nd to 4th). Activities will include the Family Fun Zone presented by Adventure Aquarium, Piano Duels presented …

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Paris Design Week puts motivated newcomers front and center

Fragments of Anthony Guerree for M editions at the Le Corbusier Foundation Fragments, one of the most intriguing showcases of Paris Design Week 2022, included stone furniture placed in the striking setting of Le Corbusier’s 1925 Villa la Roche, now Fondation Le Corbusier. Defined by its cubic volumes, gently curvilinear …

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Fall Festivals to Celebrate Around the DMV – The GW Hatchet

It’s that time of year again. With the onset of fall, fall festivals are ready to pop up around the DMV for anyone looking to reclaim a pumpkin patch or sample local craft beers. As the leaves slowly turn to a warmer color palette, the new season welcomes a collection …

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Exhibition showcases the work of people affected by gun violence

LOUISVILLE, Ky. — Alkeshia Boone sadly knows the pain of losing someone she loves. Her nephew, Aaron Christopher Williams, was shot and killed in 2016. Williams was 26 and her family say the case went cold. What do you want to know The Promise Art Exhibition is On It is …

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Audi Center Toowoomba Weetwood photo gallery social photos events events

It is considered Toowoomba’s biggest racing competition of the year with many travelers from across the state coming to experience the Audi Center Toowoomba Weetwood. The historic event with more than 130 years in the making, overcame Covid-19 measures and restricted numbers in 2020, but has only flourished since with …

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Decentraland (MANA) or Sandbox (SAND)?

Decentraland and Sandbox are significant words in the realm of the metaverse. Let’s examine the distinctions between Decentraland and Sandbox and understand which is better, mana or sand. Metaverse is a popular term in tech discussions these days. The entire tech industry is waiting for the metaverse, but it’s not …

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San Jose invests heavily in public art

San Jose artists have the opportunity to receive thousands of dollars to realize their creative visions. This is City Hall’s latest effort to bring vibrant public art into the community. The Creative Ambassadors program gives four San Jose-based artists $9,500 each to create a community art project that invites resident …

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Spend a gallery weekend in Toronto and discover art in the city in a new way

Sasha Pierce’s Shippo opening reception at the Zlucky Contemporary Gallery. (Contemporary Zalucky Gallery) Gallery Weekend Toronto began last year with the aim of bringing people back to Toronto’s commercial art galleries after an extended closure. It included artist talks and guided tours and on-site gallery owners to help speak to …

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Armory welcomes 4 artists in residence

LARK Four guest artists aim to make their mark this season at the Armory Art Center. The competitive nine-month program attracts a diverse group of emerging artists from a variety of disciplines who have at least a bachelor’s degree in fine art. First: John Lark Mr. Lark joins the Armory …

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New Report Highlights Growth in Kendall Whittier’s Tulsa District

TULSA, Okla. – Kendall Whittier Main Street published a new report this week highlighting the growth the neighborhood has experienced. “Everyone is trying to support and help others succeed here,” said Mariah Addis, owner of Addis Ceramics. Addis and partner Grant Akiyama make bespoke handmade ceramic tableware at Kendall Whittier. …

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How Artists in the Southwest Bring Attention to Wildfires

Bryan David Griffith, “Rebirth” (2021), dried aspen leaves coated in beeswax, tree remains from a fire site, variable dimensions (photo by the artist; all images with courtesy of the artists) Various hues of aspen leaves coated in encaustic beeswax hang in long strands above a broken circle of ash from …

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Devon Turnbull’s Ojas: The sound systems that make you feel like you’re on psychedelics

Over the next decade, while focusing on streetwear, Turnbull began making his own hi-fi systems – avant-garde works he called “sound sculptures” – and he eventually glimpsed a chance to turn the sideline into a new career. Using his old graffiti tag, Ojas, he began producing large-scale brutalist sound systems …

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Exhibition to celebrate 75 years of Indian art held in Singapore

An exhibition featuring 85 artists and more than 170 artworks from different parts of India was organized in Singapore to showcase the evolution of Indian artistic styles as part of the celebrations marking 75 years of independence. The exhibition titled ’75 Years of Indian Art #CanvasToNFTs’ was opened by Singapore’s …

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Sullivan students continue to wait to attend new state-of-the-art facility

SULLIVAN, Maine (WABI) – Most Maine students have already been back in school for two weeks, but RSU 24 students didn’t start until Monday, and for now, classes are being held remotely. The new Charles M Sumner Learning Campus in Sullivan is not yet up to code, but the school …

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The East LA chef who rejected the Mexican combo plate

I don’t think I’m alone among East LA-born Chicanas and Chicanos in my complicated relationship with Mexican food. I grew up with a grandmother who regularly made menudo and kept cactus paddles to simmer nopales. My mother’s cooking may have been largely Americanized, but she always charred chili peppers on …

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Puerto Rico Museum’s Rarely Seen Artworks Featured in Chicago Exhibit

Few, if any, Puerto Rican artists are household names in the continental United States, and art museums in the Caribbean territory are probably even lesser known. A show won’t bring instant recognition, but it can be a milestone. That’s the belief behind a major exhibition of Puerto Rican art set …

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3 San Francisco Art Galleries to Check Out This Month: September 2022

English San Francisco’s art gallery scene is filled with exciting works by talented painters, sculptors, photographers and multimedia artists from the city, region and around the world. Thanks to its world-class art schools and cosmopolitan tastes, SF has played a role in shaping some of the greatest artists of all …

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Affordable Art Fair names established Brooklyn gallery as first grant recipient

The Affordable Art Fair celebrates a banner year with its return to Chelsea’s Metropolitan Pavilion next week (September 22-25). The beloved fair, which was founded in London in 1999, made its New York debut in 2002, bringing with it a mission to democratize art collecting across income brackets. Now, 20 …

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Artist and TV creator featured in September 21 conference | Nebraska today

Artist and TV creator Ric Heitzman will present the next Hixson-Lied Guest Artist Talk at 5:30 p.m. on September 21 at Richards Hall, Room 15. The conference is free and open to the public. The University of Nebraska-Lincoln School of Art, Art History and Design’s Hixson-Lied Visiting Artist and Scholar …

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Poland wants to return ‘stolen’ art from Russia’s Pushkin Museum

Poland asks Russia’s state-run Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts to return seven works of art ‘stolen’ by Soviet Union during World War II, to Warsaw said Wednesday. “Cases of looting of cultural property do not expire… The Polish state will never stop searching for and recovering cultural property that was …

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Henry Street is New York City’s new experimental and affordable center for contemporary art. But his dealers wonder how long the good times can last

Real estate in New York regularly overturns an old adage: if you give it up, they will come. Most visibly, this was the case on the Lower East Side in the 1980s, where artists like Jean-Michel Basquiat and Andy Warhol were able to find cheap rents, due to state neglect …

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The Huron Launches Waterfront Residences in Greenpoint

NEW YORK–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Today, Quadrum Global, a global real estate development and investment firm famous for Arlo Hotels, officially unveiled The Huron, an iconic twin-tower condominium complex located at 29 Huron Street in Greenpoint, Brooklyn. Designed by esteemed Morris Adjmi Architects (MA), The Huron comprises 171 exquisite studio to four-bedroom residences …

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Williams challenges incumbent Weipert for County Commissioner of District 13

Phil Weipert The Board of Commissioners is the legislative body of Oakland County, divided into 19 equally populated districts. Two people are vying for the position of Commissioner of District 13 (formerly District 8, which now includes the Village of Milford, the Townships of Milford and Lyon, the City of …

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Athenian artist Art Rosenbaum is remembered for creating and preserving American art | Arts & Culture

Art Rosenbaum, artist, educator, folklorist and musician, died of cancer on Sunday, September 4, according to a Facebook post by his wife, painter and photographer Margo Newmark Rosenbaum. His work is displayed in collections and murals on campus and across the country, and his legacy lives on in the countless …

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Spanish artist Alehsy has strict rules for Instagram

For our NYFW Kickoff Dinner hosted by Paloma Elsesser to celebrate her new Vans “Classic Since Forever” campaign, we decided to invite Spanish artist Alehsy to customize a variety of classic Vans sneakers for our guests. The mysterious artist – he rarely shows his face to the public or creates …

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“First Peace Conference in Tchan-Zâca” unveils that of Jonathan Delachaux in January 2023 in Geneva, Switzerland

ArtMeta is a newly established Metaverse platform in the digital space. Recently, the company launched a pioneering fine art metaverse and the future of fine art acquisition. ArtMeta Founder, Jonathan Delachaux, is also thrilled to announce that his masterpiece will be unveiled on January 2, 2023 in Geneva, Switzerland at …

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Yakshagana artists will soon receive a pension

The Academy has not yet received the list from the government. The Academy has not yet received the list from the government. Karnataka Yakshagana Academy President GL Hegde said on Sunday that Yakshagana performers will also soon receive a pension from the state government. Speaking at a reception hosted by …

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“I have to buy a bigger house for my art” – Anna Jackson, Gallery Director

Anna Jackson, director of the Auckland Gow Langsford Gallery, has worked at the gallery for almost 15 years and says acquiring many works of art for her own home is a professional hazard. She lives in New Lynn with her husband and two children. ANNA JACKSON: We live in New …

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What to do in the Iles d’Or in France?

When people think of the islands off the coast of France, they tend to look west towards the Ile de Ré and the handful of places scattered around the jagged coast of Brittany. But in the far south of Provence, before turning towards the starry spots that border the Côte …

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Why East Hialeah is the poorest neighborhood in the city

Developer Avra ​​Jain, who relaunched the Vagabond Motel and other properties in the MiMo neighborhood, is now doing the same in the industrial East Hialeah district. She is converting a collection of warehouses into a hip music, food and event venue called Factory Town, East Hialeah January 21, 2022 Al …

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See Glinda and Elphaba’s ‘Wicked’ Dresses in a New Exhibit at the McNay Art Museum

In the McNay Art Museum’s Tobin Theater Arts Gallery, it’s finally showtime. After more than three years of work, Something Wicked | Susan Hilferty Costumes opened on September 8 and will remain on display until March 26, 2023. “You can see all of these costumes taking shape as if they …

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Fleetwood leads as storm clouds gather at BMW PGA Championship

Join now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Register LONDON, Sept 8 (Reuters) – Stormy weather provided a fitting backdrop for the opening round of the BMW PGA Championship at Wentworth on Thursday, where players from both sides of golf’s bitter power struggle were in action on soggy fairways. The …

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Fall 2022 Arts Calendar

SEE : Filmmaker When Leon Vitali passed away last month, he left behind a largely unrecognized but incredibly influential legacy in the film industry. Vitali was so dedicated to Stanley Kubrick that he dedicated his career to the director after they met in 1974, filling an array of roles from …

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Cyberattack Hits Los Angeles School District: NPR

Los Angeles Unified School District superintendent Alberto Carvalho comments on a cyberattack on LAUSD information systems during a news conference Tuesday, September 6, 2022. Damien Dovarganes/AP hide caption toggle caption Damien Dovarganes/AP Los Angeles Unified School District superintendent Alberto Carvalho comments on a cyberattack on LAUSD information systems during a …

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Blind spots abound in the automotive-themed exhibition at the Guggenheim Bilbao

BILBAO, Spain – “Unlike any other unique invention”, says the text on the wall at the entrance to Movement: automobiles, art, architecture, “the automobile has completely transformed the urban and rural landscape of our planet and consequently our way of life.” As if to lend its support to this audacious …

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Buy art? Sydney Contemporary counts on a buying spree

“Destroyed. Canceled. At the end of the day. Stopped. Swan song. Terminated. That’s all. That’s it. The end.” These words – all synonymous with “the end” – are spoken eerily by Siri’s voice over three bright window frames constructed to replicate the facade of the Sirius Building at The Rocks. …

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‘Modern Landscape’ debuts at Danville | New

“I use color to elevate my abstract landscapes, they are representations of places that always come back to me,” he added. “It’s this powerful connection that drives me to use bold colors because I’ve found it’s the best way to convey my affection for the land I see and experience …

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New Black-Owned Central District Bookstore Celebrates Black Love

Kristina Clark has dreamed of opening Loving Room: diaspora books + salon since 2012. This Labor Day, a decade later, Loving Room, one of Seattle’s few black-owned bookstores, opens at 1400 20th Avenue in the Central District, sharing a building with the Liink Project – the space of Stephanie Morales’ …

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BTS RM Art Museum Photos and Videos for Your Serotonin Boost

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At The Galleries: Vibrancy fills the walls of Greater Victoria

As fall approaches, the galleries of Greater Victoria bring the vibrancy and beauty of nature to their audiences. Avenue Gallery is spotlighting Lorna Dockstader, Tanya Bone and Naoko Takenouchi this month. Lorna Dockstader is an Edmonton-born, Calgary-based visual artist who works with acrylic paints and mediums. His strong subject is …

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Comment: Arts and culture thrive in the Dakotas

I often find myself telling people that I believe St. Louis is the most culturally rich city, per capita, in the country. We are not New York or Chicago. Well I just got back from a 3000 mile road trip through the Dakotas and back and was treated to more …

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Renderings Reveal Roy Lichtenstein’s Studio Expansion at 741/745 Washington Street in West Village, Manhattan

The Landmarks Preservation Commission (LPC) is currently reviewing proposals from the Whitney Museum of American Art to renovate and expand Roy Lichtenstein’s West Village Studio at 741/745 Washington Street in Manhattan. If approved, the 9,000 square foot building would receive a one-story brick addition facing Washington Street, new windows to …

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Manhattan DA to seize Hindu artifact looted from Met Museum

A 6th-century Hindu artifact is the latest item seized from the Metropolitan Museum of Art. “Mother Goddess (Matrika)” (mid-6th century), India (Rajasthan, Tanesara), gray schist, 24 1/2 inches x 9 inches (all images via Metropolitan Museum of Art) Another looted object is about to be seized from the Metropolitan Museum …

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