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Welcome to Plathville Star Micah shares a cryptic ‘narcissistic’ quote

Micah Plath of Welcome to Plathville does an Instagram story that includes a quote about narcissism. Fans try to guess who it is. Micah Plath, who gained popularity on Welcome to Plathvilleshares an unexplained Instagram story about narcissists. Welcome to Plathville focuses on the life of the Plath family who live on a farm with […]

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DANCE REVIEW: With ‘Dichotomous Being’, Taylor Stanley ‘scratches a new itch for artistic exploration’ | Berkshire landscapes

BECKET – As the principal dancer of New York City Ballet, Taylor Stanley has achieved a level of stardom that allows for the kind of artistic exploration that permeates “Dichotomous Being: An Evening of Taylor Stanley.” Somehow the show, which premiered at Jacob’s Pillow Dance Festival this week, began in 2018, when Stanley surprised many […]

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Chitta Ranjan Das’ Essays on Literature, Culture and Society

Literature as tapasya: the Weltanschauung of Chitta Ranjan Chitta Ranjan believed in tapasya as a mode of being in a world, where we work patiently to bring existing reality to a new evolutionary height as well as to ascend to a higher level of consciousness and a more dignified relationship. quality with the existing self, […]

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“Before the war” new exhibition at the National Museum of Fine Arts in Odessa

Today, July 30, a new exhibition opened at the State Museum of Fine Arts in Odessa for the first time since the beginning of the war. “Before the war” is the name of the exhibition, prepared before February 24. Before the war, this was how millions of Ukrainians at the end of winter marked the […]

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‘Breaking’ the Mold – Albuquerque Journal

Actors Bryan Cranston, left, and Aaron Paul view statues of their characters during the “Breaking Bad” statue unveiling Friday at the Albuquerque Convention Center downtown. (Chancey Bush/Albuquerque Journal) Copyright © 2022 Albuquerque Journal America’s favorite drug dealers have returned to their old stomping grounds. On Friday, the city of Albuquerque teamed up with Sony Pictures […]

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Ocean Art Gallery celebrates its 10th anniversary

By: Frank Gromling Owner of the Ocean Art Gallery Ocean Art Gallery will celebrate its 10th anniversary on Saturday August 6th at the Ormond Beach Mainstreet Art Walk. Owner and manager Frank Gromling invites all patrons and others enjoying the art walk to visit the gallery to view new artwork while enjoying live music and […]

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The US dollar is the strongest in two decades. So what does its growing power mean for the art market?

The US dollar is the strongest it has been in two decades. What does this mean for the art market? I started thinking about it when the greenback hit a 20-year high against a basket of currencies, including the euro and the pound. The US dollar index is up 10% year-to-date. The climb ‘left a […]

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Why was the Sony Popeye movie canceled?

There are plenty of movies we wanted to see that never materialized, whether it’s Stanley Kubrick’s Napoleon or Darren Aronofsky’s Batman. For Popeye fans, the most recently scrapped project may just be one of many movies that got away. There’s no denying that Popeye is iconic in the realm of popular culture, and it’s hard […]

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The pop star we need right now

This is an edition of The Atlantic Daily, a newsletter that guides you through the biggest stories of the day, helps you discover new ideas and recommends the best in culture. Register here. Are you ready to “let go of the wiggle”? Beyoncé’s new album will soon test America’s appetite for dance and its ability […]

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Diversity at all levels at the Roland’s Estate auction

Auction at Glen Cove, NY GLEN COVE, NY — There was something for everyone at the July 16 Roland NY estate sale, evidenced by the event’s two best-selling lots, each ending at $11,875. One was a set consisting of two carved Chinese jade ornaments – a figure of a man holding a censer, 2 inches […]

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Pro-life answers to pro-abortion questions

HOST NICK EICHER: Next, the fight for life. Overturning last month’s Supreme Court ruling Roe vs. Wade sparked quite a backlash: it sparked outcries on social media, fueled political campaigns and, predictably, sent angry protesters to town squares across the country. MARY REICHARD, HOST: WORLD sent a correspondent to one of these protests to better […]

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IHHA & INTACH Approach Rajasthan Government to End Destruction of Heritage in Shekhawati Region, Hospitality News, ET HospitalityWorld

A beautiful old haveli in Mandawa. The city in the Shekhawati region of Rajasthan is often referred to as the state’s open-air art gallery, as it is dotted with fascinating havelis with richly painted walls. Deploy The Indian Heritage Hotels Association (IHHA) and the Indian National Trust for Art and Cultural Heritage (INTACH) have approached […]

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The Evolution of All-About-Me – Sonoma Sun

Posted on July 25, 2022 by Larry Barnett In the early 20th century, coinciding with the rise of high technology and the advancement of science – the telegraph, radio, personal automobiles, and the shift from agrarian to industrial culture – the way people are tied to each other and themselves has begun a major transition: […]

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The Best Cosplay Costumes at San Diego Comic-Con 2022

Hugh Grant, Keanu Reeves, Terry Crews and Sir Patrick Stewart joined comic book fans at this year’s San Diego Comic-Con as the event returned in person for the first time in two years after going live due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Thousands of fans flocked to the San Diego Convention Center for the four-day event, […]

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Obama, Kagame, Sall… Meet Kehinde Wiley, the artist who paints presidents

The crowd took the team by surprise. It was supposed to be an evening reserved for artists, those close to the big boss and the cultural elite of the capital. But, word of mouth in Dakar being what it is, dozens and dozens of people are suddenly crowding in front of the front door of […]

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Opinion: Ricky Martin’s long career is a lesson in survival

Martin’s performance on normalized sexuality, replete with a hip hop kick started by Elvis Presley 40 years before, had its roots in Menudo, the teen pop group he starred in during their huge international pop hit of the years. 1980. Like Menudo, he popularized music that had few “Latin” elements other than its dancing and […]

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‘East Meets West’ Series Features UH Professor | News, Sports, Jobs

Professor Patrick Patterson of the University of Hawaii will be the next guest speaker at the Nisei Veterans Memorial Center’s “East Meets West” series on July 30 at 1:30 p.m. at the Stanley Izumigawa Resource Center. Patterson will present “Border Song: How Popular Song Shaped Cross-Cultural Identity in the Twentieth Century.” In his […]

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Works by SAA members exhibited at the Summit Art Gallery in Weirton | News, Sports, Jobs

In the first row, from left to right, Bob Watson, initiator of the event; Judy Schmidt, SAA President; Michael Swartzmiller, member of the Top of West Virginia Arts Council; and Rachel Keeney, executive director of the Top of West Virginia Convention and Visitors Bureau. – contributed Fran Veltri, left, SAA trustee […]

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Fred Segal ARTCADE and SubNation Gallery Opening Powered by LOOP Unveil “SPIRIT OF AN ATHLETE” by Cheryl Fox NFT Mint

Combs Twins D’Lila and Jessie with Celebrity Photographer Cheryl Fox at Fred Segal ARTCADE and SubNation NFT Opening for “Spirit of an Athlete” Powered by LOOP Art Is Life Banner – LOOP x Fred Segal ARTCADE x SubNation Collaboration for Cheryl Fox “Spirit of an Athlete” NFT Drop Cheryl Fox, famous photographer and artist Celebrities […]

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Why San Diego Comic Con? Fans Explain – NBC 7 San Diego

Talk to the cosplayers who walk the streets of the Gaslamp Quarter, people line up days in advance to enter the San Diego Convention Center, and you’ll hear a similar sentiment about why they love Comic-Con. . “I feel more at home when I’m at Comic-Con,” says a cosplayer dressed as Amazing Spider-Man. Fans said […]

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After a two-year hiatus, the Seattle art fair returns

Seattle is known for being “out there”, both geographically and ideologically. Consistently ranked among the nation’s most progressive cities, its thuggish mentality is also evident in its arts scene, which embodies Seattle’s pioneering spirit while highlighting the many challenges facing the growing metropolis, including the gentrification, homelessness and worsening income inequality. Never a community to […]

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The landscaped plaza at 550 Madison Avenue nears completion in Midtown East, Manhattan

Work is nearing completion on the new public plaza adjacent to 550 Madison Avenue, a landmark 37-story commercial skyscraper in Midtown East. Developed by Olayan Group and RXR Realty, the 684-foot-tall postmodern building is undergoing a 21,000-square-foot interior-exterior renovation, which includes a three-height steel-framed glass canopy designed by Snøhetta and a revamped lobby designed by […]

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The 5 Best Escape Room Horror Movies

An October staple, “House on Haunted Hill” is a must-have title for horror fans, whether it’s William Castle’s 1959 feature (one of whose jump-scares landed at No. No. 37 on Bravo’s 100 Scariest Movie Moments) or its superior 1999 Dark Castle Entertainment Remake. that accompanies escape. The gameplay element is a financial incentive: the winner […]

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Columbia College Hosts Mixed Media Painting Exhibit

All are invited to come and admire the works of Joy Willow, currently on display at Columbia College. The works are staged in the Manzanita building, Rotunda gallery in the campus administration building. Summer hours for the show are 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Thursday and the show runs until Thursday, August 11. […]

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Australia needs a universal basic income for artists and arts workers

A friend of mine recently nailed the harsh reality of being an artist in Australia since the pandemic. Over tea, he said he noticed something strange and pervasive: when artists get together, they don’t talk about art, they talk about money – their desperate lack of ‘silver. Since that conversation, the impacts of the pandemic […]

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Encored” creates a vision of postmodern burlesque

RENO, Nev. (KOLO) — A lot has changed for Moon Muses burlesque in just one year, namely the location. Moon Muses have gone from sold-out shows in an easy talking bar to performing to double the size audiences in actual theaters. Now they are expanding again to keep up with demand. Producer, director, choreographer and […]

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Buzz Aldrin’s moon landing jacket could fetch $2 million at auction

Oscar Holland, CNN (CNN) – Buzz Aldrin is auctioning off a wealth of personal items and historical artifacts from his storied career, including the jacket he wore on the moon landing. The only spacesuit from the Apollo 11 mission still in private hands, the suit is expected to attract auctions of up to $2 million, […]

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Serving at-risk students with music

MARY REICHARD, HOST: Today is Tuesday July 19th. You are listening to WORLD Radio and we are delighted! Hello. I am Mary Reichard. NICK EICHER, HOST: And I’m Nick Eicher. Next step: Serving students at risk of academic failure. We know that music lessons benefit students creatively and academically. Several studies have shown this. Some […]

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RAA presents photographic art for the exhibition “North Coast Lens Exhibition” from July 20 to August 19

This is a press release from the Redwood Art Association: The Redwood Art Association will exhibit photographic art in its main gallery from July 20e until August 19e for the North Coast Lens 2022 exhibition. In addition to this annual exhibition, another photographer will hang his images on the floor of Gallery 1. James H. […]

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Critique of Dostoyevsky or The Deluge of Language

Review: Dostoyevsky or the deluge of language By Julia Kristeva, translated by Jody Gladding Columbia University Press Buy at Bookshop.org Philosopher, linguist and literary critic Julia Kristeva’s little book on the writings of Fyodor Dostoyevsky juxtaposes vignettes from her own past with observations about the writer who influenced her from an early age. Dostoyevsky or […]

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Is San Diego Comic-Con still the pinnacle of pop culture?

The place? Room H at San Diego Comic-Con. Time? 2019, almost a year before the COVID-19 pandemic hit us like a truck and changed our lives forever. The surprise? Kevin Feige and a stage full of superstars, including stars, Oscar winners and nominees, and everything in between, gathered for a photo after the big Marvel […]

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Exploring Odilon Redon’s Otherworldly Symbolist Art

Late 19th century France was an exciting time for avant-garde artists. While the best-known figures of this period can be grouped into the Impressionist and Post-Impressionist art movements, there are other creators from this era who possessed unique and enduring aesthetics. One of these people was the French artist Odilon Redon. Interested in depicting imaginary […]

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Call for Nominations: 2022 Southern Miss Ceramics National

The Museum of Art at the School of Performing and Visual Arts at the University of Southern Mississippi has announced a call for entries for its 2022 Ceramics National. Artists from across the country are invited to submit original works created during the course. of the past five years. Ceramic sculptures, vessel forms (both functional […]

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New owners breathe new life into the Paugus Bay resort

GILFORD — Aglow with new tenants and freshly refurbished, the Village at Paugus Bay is ready for a coming out party. Its new owners, Neil and Elisa Silver, are just getting started. The Silvers acquired the building when Neil’s investment banking business seized the previous owner. Rather than resell it, the couple took it under […]

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REVIEW: Kyle Abraham’s AIM ‘An Untitled Love’ Is The Perfect Marriage Of Dance And D’Angelo Funky Songs | Berkshire landscapes

BECKET — A cast member of “An Untitled Love,” the 2021 dance by postmodern choreographer Kyle Abraham, called the piece “a black love sitcom dance.” Abraham, meanwhile, called it his love letter to the neo-soul songs of D’Angelo & The Vanguard. I call it a marriage made in art heaven, a supreme love. dance review […]

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Breaking News on Black Art: James D. Thornton Elected Chairman of the Board of the Baltimore Museum of Art, Frick to Feature Portraits of Barkley Hendricks, Getty Images Releases Collection on Black History and Culture, and More

Latest News in Black Art features updates and developments in the world of art and related culture Appointment THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES of the Baltimore Museum of Art (BMA) elected James D. Thornton chairman of the museum’s 36-member board. Thornton is the first black person and the first person of color to lead the council. […]

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I need a summer hat that isn’t a baseball cap. What should I wear?

Seven years ago, I was diagnosed with lupus, an autoimmune disease, which includes extraordinary sensitivity to sunlight. A baseball cap won’t suffice and looks silly with my urban professional wardrobe. Fedoras, trilbys and Panama hats seem to proclaim the wearer either as an extravagant maverick or as an anti-feminist reactionary. Is there a happy medium? […]

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gamescom shines a light on the cultural importance of games – European Gaming Industry News

Reading time: 3 minutes Games aren’t just the most popular entertainment medium of our time – they’ve also made their way into the very heart of popular culture, with other media increasingly taking inspiration from games. Whereas in the past you might expect a movie to be made from a popular book, today people are […]

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Eileen Jeng Lynch named senior curator of the Bronx Museum of the Arts

The Bronx Museum of the Arts announced that it has hired Eileen Jeng Lynch as its new director of curatorial affairs, effective August 1. Jeng Lynch succeeds Antonio Sergio Bessa, who left in 2019 and is now the museum’s emeritus chief curator. She comes to the museum with a strong background in politically and ecologically […]

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London Gallery Shares Manitoulin Indigenous Painter’s ‘Unique Vision’

Breadcrumb Links local entertainment Entertainment Paintings by an indigenous artist from Manitoulin Island are the focus of a new London gallery exhibition. Works by the late Angus Trudeau of Manitoulin Island, including Hauling Logs, above, are featured in a new exhibition at the Michael Gibson Gallery through July 30. Content of the article Paintings by […]

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Album Premiere: Ashenspire – “Hostile Architecture”

Having formed in 2013, Glasgow-based avant-garde metal collective Ashenspire released their thoughtfully blackened debut in 2017. Don’t talk about the dilemma of Laudanum was a scathing exploration of the brutality of British imperialism. Two years later, the group takes a critical look at the ever-widening wage gap that has turned the working class into capitalist […]

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The Forgotten Link Between the Scopes Trial and Eugenics – Claiborne Progress

Bill Carey Collaborating columnist If you’re looking for something to do the weekend of July 15-17, head to Dayton to see “Monkey in the Middle.” This wonderful drama is produced by the Rhea Heritage Community Foundation and is staged in the same courtroom where the Scopes trial took place. The cast of “Monkey in the […]

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Memories & Inspiration exhibition makes way for ASU

ALBANY, Ga. (WALB) — On their special tour featuring the Memories and Inspiration exhibit, Atlanta natives Kerry and C. Betty Davis chose Albany State University (ASU) as their only stop in Georgia . The couple started collecting art around 35 years ago and have selected 67 images that focus specifically on the black image. Some […]

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Elko, Nevada 2020

Elko is a small town located in northeastern Nevada, USA, with the Ruby Mountains as a backdrop. Historically associated with the California Trail and the Central Pacific Railroad, Elko is known for its cowboy culture. It is the birthplace of the National Cowboy Poetry Gathering, emblematic of the city’s image. With the appeal of being […]

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Jordan Peterson is wrong about postmoderns

It is a bit fashionable in conservative circles these days to decry the dual influence of French philosophers Michel Foucault and Jacques Derrida. They are blamed for laying the intellectual groundwork for the moral relativism, anti-rationalism, anti-Westernism, and narcissistic identity politics that blight today’s society. The grievance politics of Black Lives Matter and the strange, […]

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KWC develops graphic design, animation programs | New

Kentucky Wesleyan College’s Graphic Design and Animation programs are expanding to offer more courses and sprucing up some of the courses previously offered. Heather Logsdon, president of KWC’s humanities division, said she’s thrilled the department is expanding to offer courses for animation majors. “We had animation classes as part of the graphic design program, but […]

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Patsy Zwahlen’s wildlife art featured in latest Gallery by the Lake exhibition

The “Zoo View” collection by artist Patsy Zwahlen includes, from left to right, “Elephant #1”, “Cute Giraffe” and “Deer in Pointillism”. By Sudan Britton The Gallery by the Lake is excited about its members’ current exhibit, “Zoo View,” which President Dan Plummer says includes works by a dozen area artists. Exhibits include paintings, photographs, pen […]

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All The Ways Women Want To Be Loved Everyday | Sidhharrth S Kumaar

I have thought a lot about how to love and care for the woman who is now in my life – lessons learned from experience. For my marriage, it was perhaps too late; but for this relationship, it is not. Mistakes and failures are essential for growth, development and understanding and relationships could be better […]

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“No to war”: Ukrainian children tell the story of the invasion through art – Visual arts – Arts and culture

“It’s worth reminding adults – the whole world – that children see all this, live it, feel it. And unlike us, they can’t make decisions,” said Olena Sotnyk, Ukrainian politician and adviser of the Prime Minister. as well as one of the organizers of the exhibition. “They expect adults and the world to act to […]

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See Root in summer

The Midwest is widely known for its cool autumns and long winters. The region also likes to celebrate these seasons in its own way. Downtown Chicago proudly displays Christmas decorations on every corner while Green Bay celebrates the Packers in every way you can imagine. The City of Racine has its own traditions over the […]

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Zelensky: A Biography by Serhii Rudenko

When, on New Year’s Eve 2018, Volodymyr Zelenskyy “interrupted his own show” to announce on national television that he was running for President of Ukraine, “many wondered if it was a joke”, said Gaby Hinsliff in The Guardian. After all, the comedian and actor was the star of a hit TV series, servant of the […]

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The bookseller – Rights – Picador signs Clein’s “fierce and infinitely curious” investigation into eating disorders

Picador signed an “electric, ferocious and infinitely curious” investigation into eating disorders by Emmeline Clein. Editorial director Andrea Henry has acquired the rights for the United Kingdom and the Commonwealth, excluding Canada, to Dead weight by Claire Roberts of Claire Roberts Global Literary Management, on behalf of Monika Woods of Triangle House. It was pre-empted […]

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Summer Adventures at the High Street Theater – Farmville

Summer is the time for adventure at the High Street Theatre. Search for pirate treasure while escaping a crime family with “The Goonies” at 3 and 6 p.m. Thursday, July 14 and 3 p.m. Friday, July 15, or join four friends in 1959 for a very different kind of trip to the classic film Coming […]

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Heck House postpones events following code compliance, commercial license issues – Decaturish

Scottdale, Georgia — Heck House, a local arts venue, has temporarily postponed events due to code compliance issues and lack of a commercial license. Heck House is not closed, but is not hosting events at this time. They are continuing some work, such as art projects and developing internal policies, founder and executive director Paula […]

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About the Madison Arts Commission – Planning – DPCED

Katie Howarth Ryan was recently appointed to the Advisory Board of the Madison Museum of Contemporary Art (MMOCA), where she sits on the Collection’s Standing Committee. Ryan completed two terms on the MMOCA Board of Directors and previously served as its Curator of Education. Ryan is also currently a professor at the Chazen Museum of […]

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The Greatest American Jesuit You’ve Probably Never Heard Of

Last week’s Catholic Book Club column focused on an American Jesuit who became widely recognized as a public intellectual in the mid-twentieth century: John Courtney Murray, SJ But what if I told you that there was another American Jesuit, a friend of Murray, whose writings on everything from theater and fiction to politics, civil society […]

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8 Most Charming Towns in Vermont

It’s no coincidence that, imagining Vermont, you can almost taste the crisp mountain air while standing in a pretty cityscape with peaks on all sides. With pretty steeples and historic buildings, these cityscapes blend into the great outdoors, like the most charming in Vermont. brattleboro Old buildings along Whetstone Broke in Brattleboro, Vermont Despite an […]

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The Untold Truth of Forrest Gump

‘To Kill a Mockingbird’, ‘The Godfather’, ‘The Exorcist’, ‘Harry Potter’, ‘Fight Club’ and ‘Lord of the Rings’ are all equally famous in print and on celluloid. Still, you wouldn’t put “Forrest Gump” on this list, because the book of the same name it’s based on isn’t nearly as famous as the movie. According to The […]

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Freiman family donates over $2 million to App State

BOONE, NC — The Freiman family has donated more than $2 million to Appalachian State University to support An Appalachian Summer Festival and university libraries. The gifts were given in memory of Larry Freiman – who died in 2021 – by his wife, Barbara, and their children and grandchildren. “The Freimans have been valued […]

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Sydney’s New Walsh Bay Arts Precinct, Quay Quarter Lanes Hub and Dawn Fraser Baths have been recognized at the 2022 NSW Architecture Awards

The newly redeveloped Walsh Bay Arts Precinct has won the NSW Architecture Medallion, the highest honor of the NSW Architecture Awards 2022, a prestigious celebration of architecture run by the NSW Chapter of the Australian Institute of Architects. The transformation of the cultural precinct’s historic buildings, Pier 2/3 and Wharf 4/5, was planned and executed […]

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Language against reality | Nick Enffield » IAI TV

Language is the main tool we have to communicate our vision of reality to others. We choose our words carefully to convey our point of view. But that perspective is itself already shaped by the language we use. Language is therefore far from being an objective medium that simply reflects the way the world is. […]

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Stuffed in a Shoebox, Seized by the FBI: The Incredible Fates of Hollywood’s Biggest Dresses | Movies

Kim Kardashian is no stranger to a fleeting moment that becomes viral news coverage. But her recent appearance at the Met Gala, wearing the dress Marilyn Monroe wore to sing Happy Birthday to President John Kennedy in 1962, proved particularly divisive, with the 41-year-old outraged by costume enthusiasts for wearing what many consider it to […]

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The top 6 art exhibitions to see in London in July

Tabish Khan the @LondonArtCritic chooses his favorite exhibitions to see in July in London. Each comes with a concise review to help you decide if it’s for you. Those looking for more exhibits should check out his previous top 5 where all but one remain open. Nengi Omuku: Parables of Joy @ Pippy Houldsworth GalleryGhostly […]

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Beatles album Keith Richards calls ‘a hodgepodge of garbage’

Classic rock fans love that the Beatles and Rolling Stones have been so close over the years, hanging out and collaborating on music. However, this friendship does not mean that the groups like everything the other does. Keith Richards once shared the Beatles album which he considered “dumb”. Which Beatles album did Keith Richards call […]

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George Shaw: Reviving the Post-War Council Estate

In 1938, a member of the American Abstract Artists Group, Ibram Lassaw, published an essay in the American Artists’ Yearbook in which he highlighted the central credos of interwar abstraction, arguing that the painting’s status is “its own reality” and not merely a secondary representation of external reality. His power lay in his ability to […]

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Richard Taruskin, vigorously polemical musicologist, dies at 77

Richard Taruskin, a towering musicologist and public intellectual whose polemical scholarship and criticism shook up the history of conventional classical music, died early Friday in Oakland, Calif. He was 77 years old. His death, in hospital, was caused by esophageal cancer, said his wife, Cathy Roebuck Taruskin. A professor emeritus at the University of California […]

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Bill Bellamy Announces New ‘Top Billin’ Podcast With Bill Bellamy »

Top Billin’ with Bill Bellamy, a new audio-visual podcast from Breakbeat Media, will debut on July 6. Each week, the comedian-actor interviews notable historical and contemporary figures in music, comedy, sports and other fields while being filmed on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. While analyzing current events and popular culture, Bellamy and his guests will […]