Non-profit galleries

10 facts about Darin and Brooke Aldridge | Local News

Old Courthouse Theater – The Farndale Avenue Townswomen’s Guild Dramatic Society production of “A Christmas Carol” – From December 2 to 12. In a festive mood, the ladies of Farndale Avenue Housing Estate Townswomen’s Guild Dramatic Society are mounting another assault on the classics with their stage version of A …

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‘Our destiny is linked to the million species threatened with extinction today’ | India News

Friend Vitale is an award winning photographer. Talk to Srijana Mitra Das To The times evoke, she talks about Vital Impacts, her collective of photographers who showcase the biodiversity of our planet and empower those who strive to protect it: How did Vital Impacts start? The genesis of Vital Impacts …

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A Day in the Life: Anna O’Sullivan, Director and Chief Curator of the Butler Gallery in Kilkenny

Anna O’Sullivan is director and chief curator of the Butler Gallery in Kilkenny, Ireland, where she also manages the permanent collection of the Butler Gallery. Anna is also the worthy recipient of the Arts Award at this month’s Kilkenny People of the Year Awards. She is a woman of great …

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Long Beach nonprofit struggles to “weather the storm”

Long Beach’s Compound is a contemporary art space with a focus on culture, wellness, and community – think yoga and sunset sound baths in the Sculpture Garden. There’s an airy courtyard, several exhibition galleries, and nooks for artist talks, live music, and socially responsible film screenings. It presents itself as …

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Singapore copyright law changes come into force

On November 21, 2021, Singapore’s amended Copyright Law came into force (Amended law). Important updates have been made to the current Copyright Law in order to improve copyright protection in view of various technological developments. We’ve outlined some of the main changes to consider. The copyright for all types of …

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Capa Space partners with Bethany arts community for new exhibition

The Capa Space, a non-profit education and exhibition organization dedicated to exploring and pursuing the legacy of “concerned photography,” a term coined by the late Cornell Capa to describe photography that contributes to the understanding or the well-being of mankind, announced that it will present an exhibition of powerful photographs …

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Hong Kong’s new M + museum is a beautiful contradictory study

Reflection is virtually the perfect metaphor for the opposing sentiments swirling around the institution’s opening celebrations: one elatedly touting M + as “Asia’s premier visual culture museum,” the other condemning leadership of the museum for giving in to Beijing’s influence by complying with China’s new national security. Law. Implemented in …

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Artfix daily events calendar

Auction of the estate’s treasures, November 17 Home The online auction of the Charles S. Shultz collection by Nye & Company Auctioneers on Wednesday, November 17 is sure to delight collectors, dealers, science and literature enthusiasts. The Estate Treasures auction, which begins at 10 a.m. EST, features the travel and …

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