The latest exhibitions from the Bloomington-Normal area | Arts and theater

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

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CAP presents art to local students | New

Developing children’s imaginations is what brought together former educators and members of the Pelican Bay Arts Association to form the Children’s Art Program in December 2018. They set their goals and created the following mission statement: “The Manley Art Program for Children is designed to teach artistic skills and vocabulary. …

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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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Dystopia, BLM themes emerge at the Art Basel fair

Published on: 09/25/2021 – 11:18Amended: 09/25/2021 – 11:16 Basel (Switzerland) (AFP) Dystopia and Black Lives Matter are in the spotlight at Art Basel, the world’s largest contemporary art fair, which opens to the public this weekend. The giant annual fair in the Swiss city of Basel is above all a …

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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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As part of an expansion, the Rubell Museum will bring its private Tastemaking art collection to Washington, DC, next year

The Rubell Museum in Miami, one of America’s most prestigious and influential private contemporary art institutions, expands with long-awaited second location in Washington, DC Founded by Don and Mera Rubell, the institution is a showcase for their extensive art collection. For emerging artists, Rubell’s patronage (and a coveted museum residency) …

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Average height in solid wood “elegant and minimal” proposed for the junction triangle

As tenants and occupants demand more durable and durable structures, solid wood construction is becoming increasingly popular. Understanding this need, Gairloch Developments proposes to construct a mostly timber mixed-use residential building with a Japanese influence in the Junction Triangle neighborhood of Toronto. Last month, Gairloch submitted site plan approval to …

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