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People: Apsara DiQuinzio joins the Nevada Museum of Art team

Apsara DiQuinzio Courtesy Photo NNBW Staff Report Friday, October 1, 2021 The Nevada Museum of Art in Reno announced this month the appointment of Apsara DiQuinzio as Senior Curator of Contemporary Art, effective November 1.The museum’s curatorial department will be under the direction of Ann M. Wolfe, who has been …

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NU arts event focusing on domestic violence | Local News

An exhibition of artwork created by survivors of domestic violence will be the centerpiece of an event Thursday at Niagara University’s Castellani Art Museum titled “Surviving… Thriving: A Journey of Healing through Art”. The event is organized on the occasion of Domestic Violence Awareness Month. Doors open at 4 p.m. …

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Denton Corker Marshall Shepparton Art Museum to Open

Denton Corker MarshallThe “Big and Small” Shepparton Art Museum, built on the land of the Yorta Yorta peoples on the shores of Lake Victoria Park, will open to the public on November 20. Limited to a small footprint due to a bypass channel running through the site, the museum spans …

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Jazz @ CAM returns to the Cameron Art Museum

“If you have to ask what jazz is, you’ll never know.” – Louis Armstrong But if you want to know what jazz is, you can find out when the Cameron Art Museum in partnership with Cape Fear Jazz Society returns for its 11th year of Jazz @ CAM. The Jazz …

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Over 30 art exhibitions you can see in Louisville in October

A gallery of art exhibits to see in Louisville this month. Note: This list is a selection of current exhibitions. “Truth or Dare: a reality TV show” Until December21c hotel-museum700 Main Street W.Hours: Monday to Sunday, 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.21cmuseumhotels.comGroup exhibition as part of the Louisville Photo Biennale. “What …

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Here’s why the Greenville County Museum of Art is closed

Question: Why is the Heritage Square Art Museum always closed even when the other buildings are open? Reply: I was able to collect some answers to this question from January 2021 column by my predecessor, Ask LaFleur. In it, LaFleur explained an ongoing construction project at the Greenville County Museum …

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The work of a daring artist is both high-tech and primitive

ON AFTERNOON before the official opening this summer of Luma Arles, an impressive new art center in the south of France, a triangular swimming pool in the corner of one of the ground-floor galleries began to overflow. The visitors were more amused than disturbed because the water infiltrated inexorably on …

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Fort Smith Art Museum Hosts National Competition

The Fort Smith Art Museum holds its annual national competition and is looking for both professional artists and children to participate. The Fort Smith Regional Art Museum contest has a section for children ages 6 to 18, and then another for adults. The competition for children is entering its second …

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Photography scholar leaves legacy at Princeton University

Legendary photography scholar and curator Peter C. Bunnell was curator of photography at the Museum of Modern Art from 1966 to 1972, then came to Princeton University as the first David Hunter McAlpin professor of history of the photography and modern art. The post, established in 1971 by a Princeton …

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Nelson to lead the Kaleidoscope Art Museum | Local News

MOULTRIE, GA – The Moultrie Service League and Colquitt County Arts Center have announced the hiring of Kathy Nelson as director of the Kaleidoscope Gallery at the Arts Center. Nelson was born and raised in Moultrie, studied fine arts at ABAC and the Atlanta College of Art, and received additional …

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FHSU teacher talks about her children’s book at the Pratt Museum

Artist and illustrator Kathleen Kuchar, professor emeritus at Fort Hays State University, speaks at the Vernon Filley Museum in Pratt on Friday. Photo by Jennifer Stultz / Pratt Tribune. By JENNIFER STULTZPratt stand Friends Joyce Frey and Kathleen Kuchar, author and illustrator of “Millie’s Garden,” explained how their recently co-created …

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Claremont Artwalk is Saturday September 4 from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m.

Ronnie m206 W. BonitaHarvard Square Lawn AreaRonnie M will welcome the following creators: Designer of metal jewelry for the elk neckGracious Gobbler-Illustrator, children’s bookYuzu Leaf Co. – Hand Poured CandlesMama Zen Boutique-jewelry designerBy Erin Allison: jewelry designerRonnie M-Jewelry DesignerLibby Zona Healing Arts-Holistic Healing & CrystalsPeaches and cream, Sweets for the …

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Sarasota Art Museum Chef Leads New Series of Cooking Classes

In August and September, Chef Kaytlin Dangaran and her culinary team will be giving cooking classes at the Sarasota Art Museum. Dangaran is the head of The Bistro, the museum’s restaurant, which emphasizes the use of Florida ingredients in dishes inspired by cuisines from around the world. The Bistro’s summer …

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5 questions: Margaret Vetare | The Highland Current

Margaret Vetare, who lives in Beacon, will perform folk music on the lawn of the Desmond-Fish Public Library in Garrison at 4 p.m. Sunday (August 15). What makes a folk singer a folk singer?How you define popular depends on where you hang out, the crowd. Around here there is a …

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The group wants to turn the old post office into a museum

(Photo by Ana Trinidad for the Daily Press)Victoria Chick, Founder and Board Member of the Southwest Regional Museum of Art and Art Center, and Chris Saxman, Board Member, stand in front of the Old Post Office, the potential site of their museum project non-profit art. Victoria Chick, a retired professor …

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Hiroshi Sugimoto’s Jekyll and Hyde Year

Hiroshi Sugimoto laughs. He laughs a lot. During a Zoom call from Tokyo, the 73-year-old artist mocks his first reaction to the avant-garde while living in New York City in the 1970s: “It’s a very twisted art, so that kind of twisted mind – it can apply to myself! I …

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Phillips Collection director Dorothy Kosinski to leave

Dorothy Kosinski, who has been director and CEO of the Phillips Collection since 2008, is expected to leave the private institution in Washington, DC, at the end of 2022. During her tenure, the centennial Phillips Collection, which claims to be the first museum in modern art of the country, has …

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teamLab Borderless in Odaiba will close in August 2022

Just three years after its opening in the summer of 2018, the Odaiba digital art museum teamLab without borders announced its closure around this time next year. But do not worry ; unlike dozens of Tokyo attractions that have been forced to close permanently amid the pandemic, the ever-popular museum …

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The Louvre art detective is looking for looted paintings

Polack had already made a name for himself abroad, as a member of an international working group in Germany following the discovery of around 1,500 works taken away by Cornelius Gurlitt, whose father, Hildebrand, had bought works of art for Hitler. While working for the task force, she discovered the …

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South Korea to build new museum to house Samsung collection

On July 7, South Korea’s Culture, Sports and Tourism Minister Hwang Hee announced the establishment of a new museum to house the art collection of former Samsung Group chairman Lee Kun- hee. Lee’s heirs donated the multibillion-dollar collection – which includes 23,181 works of art and cultural objects by artists …

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David Zwirner to represent Katherine Bernhardt

Katherine Bernhardt, Grandmaster Flash, 2021; Katherine Bernhardt. Photo: Dina Litovsky; Katherine Bernhardt, McDonald’s + Supreme, 2020 (detail). Both works © Katherine Bernhardt July 2, 2021 – David Zwirner is pleased to announce the representation of American artist Katherine Bernhardt in partnership with Canada. David Zwirner will present an exhibition of …

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New York’s oldest museum expands

New York’s oldest museum gets a facelift. The New-York Historical Society will add more than 70,000 square feet to its building, including space for the American LGBTQ + Museum, the city’s first museum dedicated to LGBTQ history and culture. (The Leslie-Lohman Museum of Art in SoHo focuses solely on art …

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11 weird and interesting museums in Nebraska

Clowns, roller skates, Bigfoot and a MASH POTATOES exhibit: From the bizarre to the historic, the museums of Nebraska offer a different take on the Americana. From Johnny Carson’s hometown to the American baseball pastime, here’s a look at 11 insanely special museums across Cornhusker State. Tim trudell 1. Bone …

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Sascha Scott receives Smithsonian American Art Museum Prize for his essay on the decolonization of art history in the United States

Sascha Scott, Associate Professor and Director of Graduate Studies in Art History, is the recipient of the prestigious Patricia and Phillip Frost Essay Award from the Smithsonian American Art Museum for her article “Georgia O’Keeffe’s Hawai’i? Decolonizing the History of American Modernism ”, which appeared in the Summer 2020 issue …

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Alice’s Wonderland

For those who have seen Alice Walton pour money and new ideas in Northwest Arkansas, the news came as no surprise. In April, it was announced that the already spectacular Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art in Bentonville would increase its size by 50 percent. Almost 100,000 square feet will …

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teamLab New exhibition in San Francisco

Following the launch of two flame installations in Tokyo, teamLab digital technologists travel to the United States for one of their largest installations to date. The Tokyo-based international art collective brings its renowned immersive experience to the Asian Art Museum’s new Akiko Yamazaki and Jerry Yang pavilion. “teamLab: Continuity” will …

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