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The MCCC Gallery presents the 2022 Visual Arts Student Exhibition, from April 4 to May 11

Creativity is in bloom at the Mercer County Community College (MCCC) gallery as art students showcase their talents at this year’s Visual Arts Student Expo from April 4 to May 11. The show is free and open to the public. The gallery is located on the second floor of the MCCC Communications Building on the […]

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Never Let Me Go (Album Review)

Never let Me Go is Placebo’s first studio album in a decade, but it’s hard to imagine the gap was entirely accidental. Their last album, strong like love (2013), was poorly received by critics and fans. Capping a long period of creative and commercial stasis after the band’s heyday at the turn of the millennium, […]

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Here are 10 things in Worcester to make you smile

The Worcester Red Sox, aka the WooSox, plan to host the Lehigh Valley IronPigs for Opening Day on April 12 at polar park. Accommodating up to 9,508 fans, Polar Park is big enough to feel like a real one and intimate enough to make baseball an up-close experience. In last year’s inaugural season, the Triple […]

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Explore the personal, collaborative and public life and work of artist Jean Jullien in the upcoming Phaidon Poll

First album cover design for Niwouinwouin’s Catastrophe, 2009, paper set, collage. © Nico Jullien … [+] (pages 110-111) Phaidon After living in confinement, we have transformed the way we interpret and interact with private and public spaces, interiors and exteriors. We have learned that art, in all its forms, including public exhibitions and accessible commercial […]

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How a mother and son turned their heartbreak into Grammy-nominated albums

Nnenna and Pierce Freelon are making the Grammys a next-level family affair. While Pierce supports his mother, who is nominated for Best Vocal Jazz Album, her sixth nomination, this year she returns the favor: Pierce is up for Best Children’s Album, her first nomination. The duo, who are the first mother and son to be […]

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Artist Jeff Koons aims to send sculptures to the Moon on a commercial lunar lander

Later this year, American artist Jeff Koons will exhibit some of his latest sculptures in their most exotic location yet: the surface of the Moon. Thanks to a new collaboration, Koons will create new sculptures that will travel to the lunar surface on a robotic lunar lander made by Houston-based Intuitive Machines. Intuitive Machines’ lander […]

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How Inventing Anna on Netflix Tackles Sexism

Invent Anna premiering on Netflix in February. The latest production from Shondaland and Netflix follows one of the most famous recent cases of true white-collar crime. Anna Delvey (Sorokin is her real last name) is a con artist who has robbed luxury hotels and elite banks in New York. Presenting herself as a German heiress, […]

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“Support, encouragement and love can change the course of a person’s life”: Daniel Levy

popular sitcom Schitt’s Creek made history in 2020 because not only won seven Emmy Awardsbut also broke stereotypes, represented inclusiveness, and captured our hearts with its loving, funny and quirky characters. As the show progressed, one couldn’t help but fall in love with David and Patrick’s beautiful relationship. Daniel Levywho played David on the show, […]

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Barbara Kay: The Invasion of Ukraine and the Forgotten Virtues of Duty and Honor

Links to the breadcrumb Comment NP British drama Foyle’s War makes the case for the resurrection of old ideas A fire is seen after a shelling, as Russia’s attack on Ukraine continues, in Kharkiv, Ukraine March 25, 2022. REUTERS/Oleg Pereverzev Content of the article At midday on January 20, 1943, a little girl jumping on […]

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‘Micro-Con’ makes comedic return to Wildwood Cultural Center in Mentor – News-Herald

Once considered a menagerie of seemingly categorized fandom enthusiasts, comic book conventions continue to emerge as, arguably, dominant items on the pop culture radar, happily showcasing and celebrating multi-genre entertainment from diverse manners, including appearances, cosplay, talks, panels, and parties. While the heavy hitters, notably San Diego Comic-Con, draw huge numbers each year, they have […]

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Set of quilts on display at the Ohio Arts Council’s Riffe Gallery.

In 2021, the COVID-19 pandemic may have prevented many people from visiting the ‘Quilt National ’21’ exhibit at the Dairy Barn Arts Center in Athens. Now much of this biennial exhibit can be seen in Columbus at the Ohio Arts Council’s Riffe Gallery. Thirty works on display from the more than 80 works in the […]

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Phil Robson – ‘Portrait In Extreme’ – London Jazz News

Phil Robson– Portrait to the extreme (Lyte Records LR050 digital. Album review by AJ Dehany) Portrait to the extreme is an accessible avant-garde extended reader that presents a thematic exploration of the “end” of the British guitarist/composer’s fertile musical mind Phil Robson. Recorded in the remote “extreme” circumstances of late lockdown, the eight-track sequence launches […]

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10 Unpopular Opinions About Netflix Original Shows, According To Reddit

At this point, it’s clear that Netflix is ​​one of the most influential studios, churning out a truly astonishing amount of content. Indeed, many of their original series have become hugely popular with critics and viewers alike, earning the Steamboat numerous awards and accolades. RELATED: 15 Netflix Shows That Were Canceled After One Season However, […]

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Two Statesboro High School Students Featured at the 2022 Georgia Art Education Exhibit

The Georgia Art Education Association (GAEA) is a professional organization of arts educators in Georgia affiliated with the National Art Education Association. GAEA advocates for the highest quality visual arts education and advances knowledge through service, leadership and research. Held for more than 50 years, GAEA’s Annual Capitol Art Exhibition (CAE) is a student art […]

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Great Wall Motor: GWM Sales Rank #1 in Chilean Pickup Truck Market Based on Customer Operation and Popular Culture Integration

Recently, according to the report of the National Automobile Association of Chile (ANAC), Great Wall Motor (GWM) sold 1,131 vans in Chile in February 2022, with a monthly growth of 38%, well beyond the competitors, with a market share of more than 19%, ranking first in overall pickup truck sales during the month. Recently, according […]

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$200,000 in grants available for Berkeley artists and festivals

The Berkeley Civic Arts Commission is offering nearly $200,000 to local festivals and individual artists who wish to create works in the fields of dance, music, theater, visual arts, film and video, practices social or literary arts. There are 10 grants of $4,000 each for artists and $150,000 available for arts festivals, which would be […]

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English Library director has a passion for art | Derby News

Besides books, there’s another topic that makes Tami English smile: experiencing a vibrant art scene here. English is Office Manager at the Derby Public Library and is also Chairman of the Derby Arts Council, which is part of the library’s mission. She is his only paid employee and takes care of the logistics of planning […]

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Ramshackle Mystery Tour: A Guide to Early Childhood Montreal

LISTS Ramshackle Mystery Tour: A Guide to Early Childhood Montreal By Jude Noel March 21, 2022 Kevin Barnes Closing out 25 years since the release of their debut album, Of Montreal exists in a constant state of reinvention. Frontman Kevin Barnes, the band’s only consistent member, emerged from the Athens, Georgia-based collective Elephant 6 in […]

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Ten Badgers Recognized as Wisconsin’s ‘Most Influential Native American Leaders’ – Diversity, Equity & Inclusion – UW-Madison

Ten members of the UW-Madison community have been honored by Madison365 in its annual list of the most influential Native American leaders for 2022. A nonprofit online news publication, Madison365 has published annual power lists recognizing Wisconsin leaders from different racial and ethnic groups since 2015. The purpose of the lists is to “highlight the […]

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A look at KELOLAND: Preschool at the Pavilion

SIOUX FALLS, SD (KELO) — 30 years after Washington High School closed in downtown Sioux Falls, the building remains a place of learning. The Washington Pavilion offers hundreds of interactive exhibits, artworks and live performances…but it’s also a school. This stretch of Washington Pavilion hallway is lined with championship trophies and memorabilia, a reminder that […]

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Art exhibit showcases blue rope and the creative ways northerners use it

Artist Mike Mitchell said blue rope likely came to the North through commercial fishing, but has become an important tool for those who call the Northwest Territories home. “This originally commercial fishing rope was planted like a giant bean and it has grown to epic proportions with uses that far exceed or surpass the commercial […]

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kyiv monuments could be destroyed by the Russian invasion

kyiv is often described as the cradle of Slavic civilisation. According to legend, the city was founded in 482, when a group of brothers and sisters from a Slavic royal tribe established a settlement along the banks of the Dnipro. By the end of the millennium, under the leadership of Volodymyr the Great, it had […]

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Don’t let ‘the grind’ wear you out

Most of us, when we were children, longed for when we would grow up. For some, that meant finally achieving those curves, muscles, and height they desired, and for others, that meant achieving independence. We imagined that one day, in some magical way, we would solve a difficult puzzle or master the elusive feat that […]

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Vermont Visual Arts | Vermont Arts

Diffusion of exhibitions Arlington Canfield Gallery: George Van Hook, through May 4, one of the region’s leading outdoor artists and watercolourists, Martha Canfield Library, 528 E. Arlington Road, Arlington, 802-375-6153, www.facebook. com/TheCanfieldGallery Rod AR Market: Jason Galligan-Baldwin, through March 19, “Security Procedures,” explores the anxiety of living in a culture that “has no distinct culture,” […]

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Great Escapes: Art, Food and Architecture in Williamstown and North Adams

Williamstown and North Adams in Berkshire County, Mass., are a feast for the weekend visitor. Both towns were settled in the 18th century and became centers of art: North Adams is home to the Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art, one of the largest museums of contemporary art in the United States; and Williamstown is home […]

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PROGRAM 4 at San Francisco Ballet makes everything old new

San Francisco Ballet at Alexei Ratmansky’s West Coast Premiere Seasons San Francisco Ballet’s final program of the 2022 season covers a parcel of territory, like almost two centuries of ballet. Opening with the Bournonvilles The sylph dating from 1836 and generally considered to be the oldest narrative ballet in existence, and ending with Alexei Ratmansky’s […]

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LIMITED EDITION FOREVER 21 X FUBU COLLECTION LAUNCHES ONLINE AND IN ALL US DOORS AT ICONIC RETAILER | News

LOS ANGELES, March 17, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Global retailer, Forever 21 has announced its partnership with legendary streetwear brand, FUBU, for an exclusive co-branded collection, now available on forever21.com and in Forever 21 stores nationwide. Forever 21 has announced its partnership with legendary streetwear brand FUBU for an exclusive co-branded collection, The new Forever 21 […]

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Olszewski announces grants to support visual and performing arts, humanities, sciences and cultural organizations

TOWSON, MD – Baltimore County Executive Johnny Olszewski announced Wednesday that applications are now open for fiscal year 2023 project grants to support nonprofit organizations that provide visual arts programs and the stage, science and humanities. Organizations located in and near Baltimore County can apply for grants to support events and programs that take place […]

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Art Dubai 2022 opens new horizons for participating galleries

Art Dubai, the world’s leading platform for art and artists from the Middle East and the South, has opened up new creative and commercial horizons for the galleries featured in the largest-ever edition of the world art fair held this year. Participating galleries praised the event for its “positive energy”, the quality of […]

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“It’s like being possessed”: Australian star choreographer Lucy Guerin talks about 20 years of dance | To dance

AAustralian choreographer Lucy Guerin has just landed in Melbourne from Aix-en-Provence, where she is working on a show involving young dancers, all aged 11 to 18. “It opens in November,” she says. “I’m going back once again because we have to rehearse during the school holidays. In the meantime, she is in Australia to create […]

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Underground Museum Directors Leave as Noah Davis Show Shutters – ARTnews.com

The Underground Museum, a nonprofit gallery and cultural center in Los Angeles, announced on Tuesday that it would close its current exhibition of paintings by museum co-founder Noah Davis early. The announcement also indicated that the museum’s co-directors, Meg Onli and Cristina Pacheco, would be stepping down. Onli had joined as director just two months […]

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Art project aims to spread joy by giving gifts

“It’s kind of like the ‘Give a penny, take a penny’ concept,” said PSU graduate visual arts student Alex Russell, who recently started a community art project called “Buds!” Photo provided. Pennsylvania winters can seem to drag on in a depressing, endless expanse of cold, gray days and nights, so when the first flower buds […]

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Big changes coming to Front Street: Cherry Republic will take over Arcade Building

Big changes are coming to Front Street in downtown Traverse City, with Cherry Republic planning to vacate its nearly 10,000 square foot space next year and renovate and move into the Arcade building on the same block. The move will allow Cherry Republic landlords to become co-owners instead of renting out their building, bring to […]

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The Peter Handke controversy, considered

Contents This content can also be viewed on the site from which it originated. On December 10, 2019, Austrian writer Peter Handke received the Nobel Prize for Literature. If he felt pride or triumph, he didn’t show it. His crooked bow tie over an ill-fitting white shirt, his unsmiling eyes behind his signature round glasses, […]

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The boys started an evil Twitter feud with Imagine Dragons

The Boys begin a bizarre Twitter promotional feud with Imagine Dragons, which culminated in the Season 3 trailer with their song “Bones.” The boys The Season 3 trailer is set to Imagine Dragons’ “Bones,” sparking a delightfully “evil” feud on Twitter. Based on the comic book of the same name by Garth Ennis and Darick […]

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Ainslie and Gorman Arts Centers boost for Canberra artists after COVID-19 | Canberra time

news, latest news, canberra arts, act arts, Ainslie and Gorman Arts Centers It is undeniable that the last two years have been difficult for the arts sector. At the height of the pandemic, ACT artists found themselves with many of their exhibitions and projects canceled, as well as a significant loss of income. In an […]

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Modern West gallery artists-in-residence get chance to create post-pandemic

In a bright studio at Salt Lake’s Modern West Gallery, visual artist Laura Sharp Wilson – 56, with lapis blue eyes, bobbed blonde hair and a collarless T-shirt on a hot March day – is working on a new collection of textile-inspired pieces that explore society’s relationship to nature and the charged meanings of heirlooms, […]

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10 Best Disney Love Songs Not Sung By The Main Protagonists

[tldr_position]Among their wide range of beloved songs, Disney offers a number of songs about love. From romantic love to love between friends and family, Disney’s love songs remain among the greatest and most quoted not just within the House of Mouse fandom, but in popular culture today. today. RELATED: 10 Most Romantic Disney Quotes Many […]

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Troy School Board Attends Arts Projects Presentation | Local/Regional

TROY — During Tuesday’s Troy School Board meeting, Wayne Beeman, a visual arts and digital media teacher at Troy Middle School, presented to the board what the students had been working on. Beeman discussed the physical and digital art tools students use to create art and mentioned the valuable skills they learn through art lessons […]

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Plan submitted for a new art gallery in the village of Thornton

A NEW Art Gallery could open in the heart of Thornton Village if plans are approved. A proposal has been lodged with Bradford Council for the Grade II listed property on Market Street, which currently has residential use. The nomination was submitted by engraver Patrick Whitehead. “Historically the property was a business with living quarters […]

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Allan Rohan Crite has produced an extensive body of religiously themed works, a new exhibition connects his artistic expression to his faith

A PROLIFIC ARTIST, Allan Rohan Crite (1910-2007) was a lifelong Episcopalian who described himself as a storyteller. He made paintings of African-American life in the Roxbury neighborhood of South Boston before devoting himself mainly to works with religious themes. Crite illustrated hymns, biblical stories and liturgical scenes, populating his stories with black characters, including Black […]

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ICP announces a major retrospective exhibition on William Klein in the summer of 2022

NEW YORK, NY— The International Center of Photography (ICP) announces a major retrospective exhibition featuring the work of William Klein in the summer of 2022. The first U.S. exhibition dedicated to Klein’s work in more than a generation, Guillaume Klein: YES; Photographs, paintings, films, 1948–2013 will fill the entire museum space of ICP and span […]

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Listen to Jenny Hval in the new episode of The FADER Interview

Jenny Hval is one of the greatest musical manipulators in the English language. His ability to express both abstract ideas and visceral impulses through song is all the more impressive given that English is his second language. Born in the Bible Belt of southern Norway – a stark and stuffy cultural landscape she describes in […]

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Ice Age animals come to life with augmented reality

Have you ever wanted to have breakfast sitting across from a wolf or watch a saber-toothed cat roar from the comfort of your living room? These Ice Age animals have been extinct for more than 10,000 years, but scientists are bringing them back to life virtually. The team developed animated three-dimensional models of some of […]

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Penrith Performing & Visual Arts appoint new Visual Arts Director, Toby Chapman | Blue Mountains Gazette

Penrith Performing and Visual Arts (PP&VA) have appointed Toby Chapman as their new Director of Visual Arts. Mr. Chapman will be responsible for visual arts programming across PP&VA and will deliver all aspects of the arts program at the Penrith Regional Gallery, home of the Lewers bequest. visual arts. Photo: Lyndal Irons” title=”Toby Chapman, new […]

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24 most famous and famous female film directors

For the first time in the history of the Academy in 2021, two women (Chloe Zhao and Emerald Fennell) were nominated for Best Director. For the 2022 Oscars, a director (Jeanne Campion) received a second nomination in the same category for the first time. Although women have often been overlooked in the Best Director category, […]

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Chanel caps Paris Fashion Week with signature swathes of tweeds

Brilliant styles evoked the colors of the River Tweed which flows east through the border region in Scotland and northern England, a river that gave the legendary fabric its name and inspired the founder of the Gabrielle “Coco” Chanel house. Here are the highlights from Tuesday’s Fall/Winter 2022 shows: CHANEL’S JOURNEY TO THE FRONTIERS The […]

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Here’s How Many Times John Wayne Said “Pilgrim” In “The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance”

The world hasn’t always appreciated iconic actor John Wayne for his acting skills, but he certainly revolutionized the Western film genre. He starred in a wide range of B movies before making big strides in the Hollywood spotlight. However, fans of Wayne still cite his “pilgrim” delivery of The man who shot Liberty Valance in […]

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Mountain Arts Guild inviting artists to show their work

KEYSER — The Mountain Arts Guild, a Mineral County visual arts organization, is hosting an artist exhibit at the Mary F. Shipper Library on the campus of WVU Potomac State College. The show, which will take place on April 2, will be judged by board members on March 22. If you are an artist and […]

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Fort Worth Design District becomes the selfie capital

FORT WORTH, TX, March 08, 2022 /24-7PressRelease/ — It’s a tradition that’s been upheld around the world for over a hundred years. A couple seals their love with a kiss, then locks a padlock to the site to commemorate their unbreakable bond. It was a sincere act of deep feeling initiated for the first time […]

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Is animated TV on par with the best programs?

Animated television is drastically neglected compared to its live counterpart. For a number of reasons, including but not limited to its association as children’s programming, adult-oriented animated television struggles to receive the same recognition from critics and academics. A strong tendency to incorrectly assume similar operations, formats, and styles between anime shows due to their […]

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Keanu Reeves is Batman in DC League of Super-Pets, and the Internet is here for it

If there are two absolute laws of popular culture that we know to be true, they are firstly that everyone loves Batman, and secondly that everyone loves Keanu Reeves. Batman is the most popular DC hero when it comes to the big screen, and with the successful opening weekend of The Batman it is clear […]

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Bunbury Regional Art Gallery Welcomes Mike Bianco as New Director for 2022 | Bunbury Mail

THE BUNBURY Regional Art Gallery will soon take on a whole new direction with its new director, Mike Bianco, now at the helm of the South West’s premier art centre. Recently moved from York to Bunbury, Mr. Bianco joins the art gallery with a history in the commercial and non-profit art sectors focusing primarily on […]

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Brutalist lighthouse for modern architecture styles in the city

Art dealer and gallery founder Chris Clifford sings the praises of a building that helps add to the character of a neighborhood in St Helier. Hue Court, designed in the brutalist style and built in the early 70’s, doesn’t seem to be widely regarded as a great piece of architecture and I’m quite willing to […]

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Fedoras, flappers and fun at the Greenwood Library – Farmville

NOTNestled amidst the vast archives and special collections of the Greenwood Library is a rare gem: a first edition of acclaimed American author F. Scott Fitzgerald’s novel The Beautiful and Damned, which includes the writer’s signature. Archival scholar Jamie Krogh described the book’s journey to Longwood: “The Greenwood Library Special Collections Edition of The Beautiful […]

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OBA Instructor Leans on Student Talent, Music, Laughter in His Class Down the Hall | Progress

Mary Watson O’Neill and Graydon Bruyn work on projects during an art class at Oklahoma Bible Academy on Tuesday, February 22, 2022. Billy Hefton{&pipe}Enid News & Eagle ENID, Oklahoma— A poster displayed prominently in a classroom at Oklahoma Bible Academy quotes Albert Einstein saying, “Creativity is intelligence having fun. The room is filled with long […]

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Sport can repay its debt and prove its worth in a time of gloom and fear | Soccer

As the world has gone dark this week, with this sudden sideways swerve into submarines and silos and the nuclear threat, it has become necessary to stop listening to sports radio, watching sports news on television and to follow sports streams online, mainly to avoid the very real prospect of accidentally hearing about the end […]

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Michael Sugrue: An Intellectual Life

The most popular video on Dr. Michael Sugrue’s YouTube channel is his 1992 lecture on Marcus Aurelius. meditations. Marc Aurèle is a stoic. Sugrue calls himself one too. “All Marcus wants to do is live a philosophical life,” Sugrue says, “but he happens to have the misfortune to be… Emperor of Rome.” As emperor, Marcus […]

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Artists Announced for 2-D Display of Loveland’s The Art Advocacy Project – Greeley Tribune

Art in Public Places in the City of Loveland has announced the artists selected for the Art Promotion Project 2-D exhibit at the Loveland Public Library. A jury comprised of members of the Visual Arts Commission and two guest jurors reviewed 79 submitted applications for the one-year Art Loan Program to select the works. The […]

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What to expect at The Truck Stop, Wichita’s new food truck park

The newest food truck park has finally opened in Wichita. The truck stop is the largest park of its type in the city. Property of Willie Finley of Willie’s Wingsthe park is located at 6315 E. Kellogg Dr., on the southwest corner of Kellogg and Woodlawn. The best way to get to the Truck Stop […]

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Spotlight: Local Entertainment Listings | Calendar

ART SHOWS Call for artists: Members of the Colombian Artists Association are calling for artists 18 and older to submit work for the 44th Annual Spring Art Show to be held March 22 at the Cowlitz County Historical Museum, 405 Allen St., Kelso. Artists are welcome from Cowlitz, Clark, Wahkiakum, Lewis, and Pacific counties in […]

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Chicago and New Zealand art companies bringing theatrical performances to MACC

Ice rink lifea theatrical performance by Chicago-based Lucky Plush Productions arrives at the Maui Arts & Cultural Center on March 24. Photo courtesy: MACC Arts companies from Chicago and New Zealand return to the Maui Arts & Cultural Center this month for two theatrical performances at the Castle Theater in Kahului. Chicago’s Lucky Plush Productions […]

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Marian Lee replaces Bozoma Saint John as Director of Marketing

Marian Lee has been promoted to chief marketing officer at Netflix. She replaces Bozoma Saint John, who joined the streaming giant in 2020 after holding senior roles at Uber and Apple. Lee joined the company in July 2021 as Vice President of Marketing in the United States and Canada (UCAN in Netflix parlance), overseeing all […]

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Contemporary Asian art rubs shoulders with old works during Asia Week in New York

Madhvi Parekh (born 1942) God of the Sea, 1971 Oil on canvas 48 x 72.2 in. (121.9 x 183.4 cm.)DAG When Asia Week in New York kicks off its nine-day extravaganza of exhibitions, auctions and museum exhibits on March 16, nearly half of the world’s leading galleries will showcase a stunning range of contemporary paintings, […]

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Architectural Movements Inspire New Bathroom Colors

TAILORED | MARCH 2022 | VICTORIA + ALBERT Wallpaper* and House of Rohl create three architecturally inspired color palettes for Victoria + Albert Palette of American postmodernism The works of Frank Gehry, Philip Johnson, Michael Graves and Robert Venturi – the pluralism, irony, paradox and contextualism of American postmodernism – all contribute to a confident, […]

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This digital archive takes art dealers back to modern art history

A popular hashtag every March during Women’s History Month challenges people to name #5womenartists. But can you name five art dealers? A new project aims to prove that there are plenty of choices, they just haven’t been pulled from the margins of art history with the same vigor devoted to artists. There is a general […]

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‘The Brutalist Hanging Gardens of Babylon’ – the infuriating and miraculous Barbican hits 40 | Architecture

IIt looks like something out of a wildly imaginative sci-fi comic book, an impossible vision of worlds colliding in a fantasy collage. Raised walkways cut across the sky as a trio of towers loom like serrated blades, their edges slicing through the clouds. Beneath them, cascading fountains and cafes spill out onto lush waterside terraces, […]