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Denver Art Museum Named One of World’s Best “New” Museums by Condé Nast Traveler’s 2022 Hot List

The Denver Art Museum has been selected as one of the best museums in the world, in league with Antwerp, Belgium’s Momu and architectural marvels such as the Munch Museum in Oslo and the Murakami Library in Tokyo. The honor, awarded in a May 3 list from Condé Nast Traveler, …

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New Kendrick Lamar N95 Music Video Features Fort Worth Locations

The rapper’s latest music video for his song “N95” featured the Fort Worth Water Gardens and the Piano Pavilion at the Kimbell Art Museum. FORT WORTH, Texas — Kendrick Lamar’s North Texas fans may have noticed some familiar sights in his latest music video. The Grammy-winning rapper released the clip …

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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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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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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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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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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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Auburn Museum of Art displaying guitars from alumni, faculty and students

Body of the article “FretHaus,” an exhibition of guitars combining art, design and function, is on view at Auburn University’s Jule Collins Smith Museum of Fine Art through July 31. For the first time, the museum is associated with the School of Industrial and Graphic Design in Auburn College of …

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Met Museum offers everything from virtual concerts and live performances by Grammy winner Angelique Kidjo to weekend “Date Nights”

The Metropolitan Museum is celebrating spring and New York City’s post-pandemic return with special programming for visitors, including concerts by Grammy-winning artist Angelique Kidjo and “Date Night” events. LAS VEGAS, NEVADA – APRIL 03: Global Music Album Award winner Angelique Kidjo attends the … [+] 64th Annual GRAMMY Awards Premiere …

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An Art Lover’s Guide to New York: Where to Get Your Culture Dose in Harlem

Located at the northern end of Manhattan, Harlem has long been an important center of culture and creativity. From the Harlem Renaissance to today, the area has held a vital place as a historic center of African-American culture. It has hosted famous residents such as Zora Neale Hudson and Langston …

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NFTs are changing the art market

At first glance, the Caldwell Gallery Hudson on Warren Street looks traditional. A variety of paintings line the walls, from genre scenes and portraits to abstract work and surrealism. But at the back of the gallery are two flat-screen monitors, one containing information about digital artworks issued as non-fungible tokens, …

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Science Showcased Alongside Music and Art in These Huge Festival Tunnels – Pasadena Star News

There is a science lab in the middle of 2022 Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival — and it’s all part of a massive art installation. As ambient sounds vibrate all around, a screen projects colorful moving images of what appear to be living cells onto a screen inside one …

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Collective Creativity – The Bay State Banner

Janet Taylor Pickett, American, “Hagar’s Dress”, 2007. Offset lithograph. Harvard Art Museums/Fogg Museum, Margaret Fisher Fonds, 2018.33.55. © Janet Taylor Pickett. IMAGE: COURTESY OF HARVARD ART MUSEUMS; © PRESIDENT AND FELLOWS OF HARVARD COLLEGE “The arts and culture should be militarized,” says Allan Edmunds, founder of the Philadelphia-based association. Brandywine …

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Capturing the profound influence of Chinese painting

Zhejiang University / Ti Gong Visitors take a close look at the paintings on display, ranging from the pre-Qin period (before 221 BC) to the Yuan Dynasty (1271-1368), at the Zhejiang Art Museum. The Great Series of Chinese Paintings Through the Ages, compiled and published by Zhejiang University and Zhejiang …

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Gridiron, Pelosi and other guests go covid, but DC elite parties on

To party or not to party? That is the question. Washington got a crash course in risk-reward ratios after a series of names in bold tested positive for the coronavirus this week. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-California) gets it. DC Mayor Muriel E. Bowser (D) gets it. Attorney General Merrick …

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‘Designing Motherhood’ delves into the material culture of birth at the MassArt Museum of Art

Joan E. Biren. Darquita with her daughter, 1990. Archival giclee print. Courtesy of the artist. Marie Eiffe. Dress Flanges, 2019. Nylon and metal. Installation view. Photo: Constance Mensh. Fisher-Price Nursery Monitor, 1983. Photo: Erik Gould. Image: Courtesy of Designing Motherhood. Tie-waist skirt featured on the back cover of the Page …

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Philbrook Museum features art made by Oklahoma children

Thousands of Oklahoma children have created works of art that are currently on display at the Philbrook Museum. Curators tell News On 6’s Sawyer Buccy that the space is for people of all ages to take time to appreciate the spirit of a child. “We’re seeing an absolute explosion of …

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Arts Everywhere returns this week

Returning to “normal” life is an art that many of us are still learning. This year’s Arts Everywhere Day, on April 8, aims to recognize and examine this collective challenge through a range of interactive arts experiences, pop-up performances and exhibitions on campus. Hosted by Arts Everywherethe day will revolve …

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YAM’s new director, Jessica Kay Ruhle, is ready for the challenge | Arts & Theater

Yams are funny things. They are soft yet versatile. They are wonderful on their own, but even better in a dish, where they can shine and uplift everything around them. Jessica Kay Ruhle, the new executive director of the Yellowstone Art Museum, is seen here at the museum recently. AMY …

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Puerto Rican Inspirational Art Reunites Teacher With Mentor

When acclaimed visual artist Daniel Lind-Ramos arrives in Sarasota on Friday to discuss his “Las Tres Marías” exhibit, which officially opens Saturday at the Sarasota Museum of Art, he will meet a unique group of art lovers. First-grade bilingual students at Dreamers Academy, a bilingual immersion charter school in Sarasota, …

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Daniel S. Palmer Joins SCAD Museum of Art as Chief Curator

SAVANNAH, GEORGIA – The Savannah College of Art and Design is proud to announce the appointment of Daniel S. Palmer as Chief Curator of the SCAD Museum of Art. The announcement coincides with the 10th anniversary celebration of SCAD MOA, marking a bold new era for the premier teaching museum. …

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El Paso Museum of Art hosts ‘Images of Mexico’ exhibition

The city’s El Paso Art Museum invites the public to visit the new exhibition, Luces y Sombras: Images of Mexico, which opens on Thursday, April 7. EL PASO, Texas (KTSM) — Officials at the city’s El Paso Art Museum invite the public to visit the new exhibit, Luces y Sombras: …

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Catalina Museum For Art & History Announces Appointment of Sheila Bergman as Executive Director

Catalina Museum of Art and History announces Sheila Bergman, PhD, as the museum’s new executive director, effective April 18. Prior to joining the museum, Bergman served as executive director of UCR ARTS, the internationally acclaimed arts center at the University of California, Riverside (UCR). “After nearly a year of searching …

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Pittsburgh Galleries and Museums Launch New Exhibits for Spring 2022 | Spring Guide | Pittsburgh

Click to enlarge Photo: Courtesy of Andy Warhol Museum Paola Pivi: I want it all at the Andy Warhol Museum Spring is here, and with it, the promise of new art exhibits at various galleries and museums in Pittsburgh. From never-before-seen works by a famous photographer …

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See what’s happening at FAM!

The reception of these major exhibitions takes place on Friday, March 25, 2022. Click on here for the details! Meet these two exhibiting artists at the Artist/Curator Talks and at the exhibition reception. Chester Arnold will speak during the interviews with the artists. You can pre-order a signed catalog of …

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Arts Calendar: March 18-28 – Portland Press Herald

Exhibitions/Galleries “Forward”: Chocolate Church Arts Gallery, Bath. Collective exhibition of artists from the Independence Association program Brooches. Doors open 5:30-7:31 p.m. March; on view until April 9. “Innovation and resilience Through Three Generations of Wabanaki Basketry”: Bowdoin College Museum of Arts, Brunswick. “Thoughts”: solo exhibition of Brooke Lambert, Union of …

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Artist William Heydt has been capturing Newport for over 20 years.

Although William Heydt painted portraits of hundreds of Newport residents, he still remembers the skepticism he encountered one of the first times he approached a subject and asked to paint it. That was over 20 years ago, and at the time Heydt (pronounced as “height”) had amassed a portfolio of …

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Breaking News: New Martin Art Gallery Exhibition: “Funny Ball”

New Martin Art Gallery exhibition: “Funny Ball” Sculptor and installation artist Claire Lieberman explores the relationship between play and conflict in contemporary culture. Thursday, March 10, 2022 8:56 AM Fun Ball by Claire Lieberman. Photo by Ken Kashian, 2022. A new …

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The Southeast Texas Art Museum presents its 2022 protege.

Besides being an art contest, it was a career development opportunity. BEAUMONT, Texas — The Protege Competition and Exhibit held its 36th annual art competition Tuesday night at the Museum of Art of Southeast Texas. This is a contest and exhibit featuring 12th grade performers from Southeast Texas. Besides being …

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Alabama NewsCenter – Audubon Explored Through Radical Naturalism at Auburn University Art Museum : The Alabama Weather Blog

By Charlotte HendrixAuburn University The first in an emerging series, “Radical Naturalism – Tommy Coleman: A New Nature and my Problem With the Vessel,” is on view at Auburn University’s Jule Collins Smith Museum of Fine Art through Sunday, July 26. The inaugural exhibition features new drawings and sculptures by …

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What to Do in Austin in March: Brunch, Art Museum, Continental Club

The weekend has finally arrived and with temperatures well over 60 degrees on Saturday and Sunday, you’ll want to soak up all the spring weather you can get. Whether you fancy a boozy brunch, stroll through an art museum, or listen to some local tunes, you can find it here …

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Faith Ringgold’s New Museum Retrospective Plays It Safe in a Way the Artist Didn’t

Works that directly reference thangkas are included in “The Feminist Series” (1972-1973) and “Slave Rape” (1972). In “The Feminist Series,” Ringgold blurs East Asian iconography through typeface and style on thangkas to blur stories of belonging outside the Euro-American canon of artistic creation. The “Slave Rape” thangkas are disturbing with …

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Inside ASU’s Illustrious Ceramics Collection

Like a lost art treasure of living generations, the Ceramic Research Center sits almost buried under an engineering building, accessible only through an entrance between Sixth and Seventh Streets in the aptly named “Brickyard”. Once inside, guests are greeted by one of the most respected ceramic collections, housed by a …

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Yoga at the museum offers a ‘peaceful break’ – The Scarlet and Black

By Ryleigh [email protected] At 12:15 p.m. every Tuesday, students, faculty, staff and community members gather at the Grinnell College Museum of Art (GCMoA) to practice yoga among the current facilities. As the mats are rolled out and people arrive, GCMoA yoga participants enjoy a break from their busy days. “To …

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We Are the Lake: MJMAG Art Project Requires Community Involvement

Moose Javians can stop by the Moose Jaw Museum & Art Gallery (MJMAG) to have their photo taken as part of a community art project inspired by MJMAG’s latest exhibition, “Confluence” by Susan Shantz. Moose Javians can stop by the Moose Jaw Museum & Art Gallery (MJMAG) to have their …

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Glenbarra Art Museum’s Gaitonde work sets new record for Indian art

An untitled 1969 oil on canvas by VS Gaitonde sold for Rs 42 crore on Thursday evening, making it the highest price achieved for a modern or contemporary Indian artwork in the world. The painting was among 57 lots that went under the hammer at Pundole’s auction house in Mumbai. …

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Top 5 things to do in Cincinnati this weekend: February 25-27

1. Cincinnati Home and Garden Show Growing up on a farm, I was always told not to “rush the seasons”. Dad meant not to plant (or harvest) too early, but when I look at the calendar and see that it’s almost March, I always think “almost spring”. It’s the perfect …

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Hixson-Lied Visiting Artist Series Begins March 2 with Photographer Tibbs | Nebraska today

Six artists will present Hixson-Lied Visiting Artist and Scholar Lectures during the University of Nebraska-Lincoln Spring 2022 semester. The series, curated by the School of Art, Art History and Design, begins March 2 with photographer Millee Tibbs. The series brings notable artists, scholars, and designers to Nebraska each semester to …

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Out and About WRAL.com

If you visit Raleigh, you can’t get far without visiting one of its 18 museums. This unique fame is the origin of Raleigh’s nickname, “Smithsonian of the South”. Raleigh’s museums are of high quality and cater to a variety of interests. From science and history to a children’s museum, there’s …

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16 Fantastic Free Things To Do In St. Louis

After paying for airfare and accommodation, admission to attractions can quickly become another big expense when traveling around the world. Home to the Smithsonian Institute and towering monuments, Washington, DC offers the most free things to do in the United States. And in America’s heartland, St. Louis is only second …

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Explore the art of Mary Nohl and Lucia Stern at the Portrait Society Gallery

January 21, the Portrait Society contemporary art gallery open Mary Nohl and Lucia Stern: Mid-Century Mavericks. This exhibition brings together two local female artists working in the modern era: Mary Nohl (1914-2001), the once controversial and now beloved Fox Point artist, and the largely unrecognized local artist Lucia Stern (1895- …

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Hidden Gems Museum Study Locations – The GW Hatchet

Media credit: Grace Hromin | Master Photo Editor Spend an afternoon in Kogod’s inner courtyard, nestled between the National Portrait Gallery and the American Art Museum. Next time you’re looking for a place to study, try working in one of the world-class museums we have available to us instead of …

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Art exhibition empowers formally incarcerated voices

As art-goers gathered at the Krannert Art Museum, they were greeted by images of prison bars, small rooms and depictions of many individuals crammed into each other in detention centers in the ECI. They have seen the inhumane practices of prison systems. The room was quiet as the audience reflected …

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Lego Chicago: ‘The Art of Brick’ exhibit on display at the Museum of Science and Industry

CHICAGO (WLS) — Every room is meticulously planned. “I plan, at least in my mind, what the final piece will look like before I even lay the first brick,” said brick artist Nathan Sawaya. Brick after brick is glued together to create new interpretations of the world’s most famous art …

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The Horrible Provenance of the Kunsthaus Zürich Collection

At the end of December, the Swiss painter Miriam Cahn made headlines when she announced that she intended to withdraw her work from the Kunsthaus Zürich, the largest art museum in Switzerland. In an open letter to the Swiss Jewish newspaper Tacheles, Cahn accused the museum of historical laundering, and …

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An artist’s make-up mirror display symbolizes Asians looking over their shoulder on the subway

Artist Kelly Wang was 6 years old when two of her classmates told her that they “wanted to kill all Chinese people”. Today, Wang, 29, wears mirror makeup when she’s in New York City, where she lives and works — not to touch up her appearance, but to subtly check …

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Inauguration of an art and history museum

Islamabad: An art and history exhibition museum is finally ready to open in a newly renovated building in Fatima Jinnah Park. According to the details, the Capital Development Authority (CDA) has completed the renovations and transformed the building into an art museum and exhibition, which would be a fine addition …

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Baltimore museum curator dies at 79 – ARTnews.com

Brenda Richardson, who as deputy director and chief curator of the Baltimore Museum of Art made the institution a destination for modern and contemporary art, has died at 79. Baltimore Sunwho first reported news of her passing, said she died of Alzheimer’s disease on Saturday. During the 23 years that …

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Colby College acquires islands that inspired Andrew and Betsy Wyeth

Nestled in the Atlantic Ocean, five miles off the coast of quaint Port Clyde, Me., are two rugged islands with stories to tell. Allen and Benner, as they are called, witnessed a succession of inhabitants over the centuries, from Abenakis and English settlers to lobster fishermen. And then came Betsy …

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DAN CHRISTENSEN: THE HARMONIOUS TURBULENCE OF THE UNIVERSE | SPRAY PAINT (1988-1994) OPENS…

Dan Christensen, Pipeline, 1989, acrylic on canvas, 65 x 58 1/2 inches. PRESS RELEASE FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE DAN CHRISTENSEN: THE HARMONIOUS TURBULENCE OF THE UNIVERSE | SPRAY PAINT (1988-1994) OPENS AT BERRY CAMPBELL NEW YORK, NEW YORK, February 1, 2022—Berry Campbell is pleased to announce its fourth exhibition of paintings …

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3 Unique Milwaukee Hotels and Awesome Attractions Within Walking Distance

Three distinctly different hotels and cool venues offer visitors win-win choices The evening sky and reflections of river light create photo-worthy views – Photo courtesy of Christine Loomis Milwaukee’s wealth of diverse attractions and distinct neighborhoods may surprise some visitors. The town’s history is rooted in blue-collar manufacturing, not to …

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‘Shaping an Empire: Safavid Textiles from the Museum of Islamic Art, Doha’ Review: The Fabric of a Dynasty

Washington In “Building an Empire: Safavid Textiles From the Museum of Islamic Art, Doha” at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of Asian Art (comprising the Freer Gallery of Art and the Arthur M. Sackler Gallery), animated abstract flowers float against a red carpet background; naturalistic roses inspired by Mughal models from …

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The new folk art museum celebrates the rise of crafts during the pandemic

LOS ANGELES — AT the pandemic folk art museum, the bright gallery is filled with colorful handmade rugs. There are woolly yellow squiggles on a gray background and a reptilian clown, patchwork prints and an anxious dog. Some rugs have wobbly lines that bleed from their otherwise rectangular canvas, others …

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Native American exhibit at the Nevada Museum of Art

RENO, Nevada (KOLO) – You are invited to a special exhibit of Native American art beginning Saturday, January 29 and running through May 29 at the Nevada Museum of Art. The Native American artist responsible for creating all artwork is Jean LaMarr. She grew up in Susanville and admits she …

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SU Art Museum’s New Exhibit Addresses Inequality and Injustice Among Incarcerated Women

A new exhibit that intimately examines the experiences of women currently and formerly incarcerated in Louisiana by sharing stories of loss, hope, despair, survival, triumph and perseverance has debuted at Syracuse University Museum of Art from January 18. “Per (Sister): Women Incarcerated in Louisiana » explores one of the most …

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The William King Museum of Art Offers Spring Art and Design Classes | Sunday stories

Submitted by Alyssa Justice ABINGDON, Va. — The Art Lab at the William King Museum of Art offers more than 70 art and design courses for the spring semester. Art Lab is the center of learning at the William King Museum of Art, where students, creators, educators and the public …

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New McDonough Shows Feature Wide Range of Art | News, Sports, Jobs

Four exhibits featuring eight artists open Friday at the McDonough Museum of Art. According to museum director Claudia Berlinski, no underlying theme connects the four exhibits. “Because we have four separate galleries, sometimes we like to have really different exhibits in each one, just to use them more efficiently so …

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Art Industry News: A Major NFT Operation Has Taken Root in Marfa and Local Artists Are All Very Confused + Other Stories

Art Industry News is a daily summary of the most important developments in the art world and the art market. Here’s what you need to know this Wednesday, January 19. NEED TO READ The Citibanamex Art Collection is going to hit the block – Citigroup is preparing to sell its …

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Zimmerli’s ‘Painting in Excess: Kyiv’s Art Revival, 1985-1993’ captures a chaotic moment in time

Georgii Senchenko’s “Sacred Landscape of Pieter Bruegel” is part of the exhibition “Painting in Excess: The Kiev Art Revival, 1985-1993” at the Zimmerli Art Museum in New Brunswick. Although the Russian bear gazes menacingly across the border, Ukraine is, at the time of this writing, an independent country. It has …

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Bloomington-Normal Area’s Latest Exposures | Arts and Theater

Bloomington-Normal Galleries, museums Some cultural institutions are open or considering reopening under current COVID restrictions. Check with each facility for indoor, online or outdoor programming. Open facilities have face covering, distancing and other guidelines in effect; see websites or call for details. Angel Ambrose Fine Arts Studio; 101 W. Monroe …

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Foster + Partners announces the opening of the Datong Art Museum

Foster + Partners, the British architectural studio behind landmarks such as Wembley Stadium in London, Apple Park in Cupertino and Virgin Galactic Space Terminal in New Mexico, has announced the opening of the Datong Art Museum, located in northern China. The new location is one of the four new buildings …

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Rare Shakespeare First Folio Acquired by a Canadian University for Exhibit at the Vancouver Art Gallery

In 1623, seven years after the death of William Shakespeare, friends, collaborators and supporters of the playwright published Stories and Tragedies from William Shakespeare’s Comedies, the early editions of which are among the most sought-after rare books in existence – only 235 copies of the so-called “Premier Folio” are known …

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The massive Dallas Museum of Art installation is a nod to Lowrider and Chicano cultures.

The artists behind Adrift on a memory Takes us back to the Lowrider days of the twentieth century, but those days are not quite gone. Lowkey Calderon says he can’t describe the feeling. “It’s like a tingling sensation – almost like a shiver,” he says. The tattooist and pinstripe artist …

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Rydell Visual Arts Scholarship Exhibition ━ Times Publishing Group, Inc.

Four local visual artists have been selected by the Santa Cruz County Community Foundation to receive the Rydell Visual Arts Fellowship Awards for 2022 and 2023. They are Kristiana Chan, Anna Friz, Kajahl Benes-Trapp and Janette Gross. Each scholarship recipient receives a $ 20,000 scholarship to pursue their artistic career. …

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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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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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The New Bedford Art Museum hosts annual members’ exhibit

NEW BEDFORD – New Bedford Art Museum / Works of Art! presents the annual members’ exhibition until May 8. The 2021 exhibition jury, Stephanie Haboush Plunkett, selected works of art for money and other prizes. Nancy Whitcomb’s Dog Eat Dog World received the Best in Show award. Susan Gilmore’s Blustery …

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Vaccine proof or negative COVID-19 test required for sporting and artistic events | MSU Today

Michigan State University will begin requiring proof of vaccination or a recent negative COVID-19 test for sporting, musical, artistic and theatrical events taking place on campus. Proof of COVID-19 vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test within 72 hours of the event will be required for all participants aged 12 and …

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longtime art teacher welcomes book signing | Life

KC Kiner Wortman, a former resident of St. Joseph and a graduate of Bishop LeBlond High School, recently returned to the Albrecht-Kemper Museum of Art to welcome a signing of her recently published book. Wortman has been working as a professional artist since high school. After college, she opened a …

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Assembly at the Blanton Museum of Art in Austin: How to view the exhibition

On a south wall of the Blanton Museum of Art, flashing red and blue neon lights alternate from “Illuminate you” to “Illuminate your life”. It’s striking and it commands attention. The neon banner is for Sandra Bland, a black woman who died in a 2015 Waller County jail after a …

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SVMA becomes “Out of Our Minds” on ceramics

Two of the Bay Area’s biggest names in ceramic arts come to the Sonoma Valley Museum of Art for its first exhibition of the new year, “Out of Our Minds: Clayton Bailey & Tony Natsoulas”. The Museum of Clayton Bailey and Tony Natsoulas Work Showcase runs from January 15 to …

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Work on Invercargill Museum and Art Gallery progresses

Kavinda Herath / Tips The Southland Museum and Art Gallery closed in 2018 due to significant earthquake risk and now a governance group is working on its redevelopment. Work on the Southland Museum and Art Gallery is progressing with a new name and a new vision for telling the stories …

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Inside the Aux / Mute Gallery at the Portland Art Museum

AAtop the Portland Art Museum is a welcome explosion of color. The galleries on the fourth floor of the building, historically used as a paint shop then aher showcase for NOTwestern art, have been repainted in shocks of blue and red. NOTlisten to the stairs there is a false roof …

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Archives of James Van Der Zee, “One of The Nation’s Foremost Image Creators,” Heading To The Metropolitan Museum of Art in Partnership with the Studio Museum, Harlem

WEDDINGS, FUNERALS, PARADE SHOWS, CHRISTMAS SCENES and all kinds of portraits. The photographs of James van der zee (1886-1983) came to define the Harlem of the 20th century. Her powerful images capture the beauty and pride of black life, documenting everyday moments and special celebrations. His subjects were cosmopolitan black …

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The Newport Car Museum welcomed nearly 50,000 people this year

The Newport Car Museum in Portsmouth announced this week that it has broken some of its own attendance records, exceeding expectations since opening. More from Newport Car Museum Opened just four and a half years ago, the Newport Car Museum in Portsmouth, RI has grown into a recognized global tourist …

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Israel Museum appoints Denis Weil as new director – ARTnews.com

The Israel Museum in Jerusalem has appointed Denis Weil as its new director. Weil is currently Dean of the Institute of Design at the Illinois Institute of Technology in Chicago. He will take office on March 1, 2022, succeeding Ido Bruno, Israeli designer and teacher. Denis Weil, newly appointed director …

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Sarah Howard from USF CAM in Tampa

Artists play a key role in shaping communities and our choices about where we choose to live, work, play and stay. But do we fully appreciate the role of curators, the designers working behind the scenes to display works of art in local museums? This is the fourth of five …

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Knight Arts Challenge Raises Almost $ 400,000 for Akron Art Projects

Art workshops in the theater, poetry presentations and more, arts and performance are back to more places in town, and plans are underway to help creators bring their talent to the city in the months to come. After a one-year hiatus due to a pandemic, the John S. and James …

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A NIGHT AT THE MUSEUM will be presented at the NSU Art Museum in Fort Lauderdale

Fund Arts Broward will present its fifth annual special event “Black & White: A Night At The Museum” on Monday January 10 from 6 to 8 pm. This elegant black-and-white themed cocktail at NSU Art Museum Fort Lauderdale will feature tours of exclusive exhibits, live entertainment, light snacks, and a …

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See vintage Christmas cards from leading Northwest artists

EDMONDS – A 21st century holiday tradition at the Cascadia Art Museum in Edmonds is back – an exhibition of Christmas cards by renowned artists and designers from the Northwest of the 20th century. Until January 9, original works of art by regional artists are on display to send to …

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Best art exhibitions of 2021

Photojournalists in the field I’ll end on a positive note though, with a tribute to some of the great, and often unrewarded, image-makers of 2021: the photojournalists, professional and otherwise, on the pitch everywhere this year – those who have each caught the spooky twist of the game. Right-wing uprising …

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Iranian Wisconsinite communicates across cultures through art

Nina Ghanbarzadeh is an artist from Tehran, Iran, who moved to the United States in 2001. Her unique work incorporates two very different languages ​​and two very different cultures. His pieces emphasize the beauty of the Farsi and English languages ​​while using precise and clean lines. As I watched the …

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Absence of works by dissident artists raises fears of art censorship in Hong Kong

HONG KONG – The censorship of art in Hong Kong is “very real,” an expert said after the city’s highly anticipated art gallery recently opened without showing some expected works from a Chinese dissident. The largest art museum in the former British colony, M +, opened on November 12 with …

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Jadé Fadojutimi’s pioneering approach to abstraction shines in his first solo exhibition at the museum

Most of the works see the incredible use of color by Fadojutimi. Paintings like The braided and distorted garden of meditation create a striking illusion with the use of iridescent paint, while Hope presents thick shards of streaks of oil bars resting on furious scribbles. There are, however, several works …

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Can Palm Beach last as a hub of the art market?

Palm Beach snowbirds are now year round beach birds, and the recent influx of merchants and bankers to the Florida panhandle – which followed the super-rich south in fall 2020 – is here to stay. . The Acquavella gallery signed a lease until June 2022. Paula Cooper, who had initially …

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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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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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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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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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‘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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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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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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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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