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University of Minnesota Project Offers Online Portal on Mexican-American Art

The rhizome, an underground plant stem that can grow horizontally or upward, flows in a non-linear, often surprisingly fashion. This unpredictable botanical miracle inspired a joint project between the University of Minnesota and the University of Texas Rio Grande Valley. “Rhizomes of Mexican-American Art Since 1848” is an open source online portal that currently houses […]

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Check out the Orlando calendar for January 2022

“Dazzing Nights”, the magical experience of light at Harry P. Leu Gardens, continues until January 9. Don’t miss it! (DREAMTOWN PHOTOGRAPH) SPECIAL EVENTS NOL AT GAYLORD PALMS Until January 2: Spectacular new shows, such as Circus: The Christmas Spirit, and family-friendly activities including Ice Tubes, Sugary Sweet Storytime, and Secret Santa Scavenger Hunt, plus acres […]

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The east bank of Bossier City is recognized by a special certification

Bossier Arts Council on Barksdale Boulevard. As of October 1, 2021, the East Rim District of Bossier City has been certified as a cultural district by the Louisiana Department of Culture, Recreation, and Tourism. So what does this certification mean for one of the East Rim’s long-standing establishments, the Bossier Arts Council (BAC)? Simply put, […]

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First Night Morris at 30: three platforms, a pandemic

Think your life is complicated? Try to coordinate a New Years Eve extravaganza with over 50 performances at 13 in-person venues, many livestreams, plus live and on-demand screenings of more than 40 films… while a pandemic regains its strength, hour by hour, like an angry cyclone. “Every year has its challenges,” said Morris first night […]

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2021 a remarkable year for Iona College

“Iona is a growing school, and I think the momentum will continue to build,” said President Seamus Carey, Ph.D. Tweet this “Despite the headwinds facing higher education, 2021 has been a remarkable year for Iona College“said Carey.”Iona is a growing school, and I believe the momentum will continue to build as many of our plans […]

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Tahoe area art exhibit offers a fresh take on forests and fires

RENO, Nev Forest fires and art exhibitions don’t necessarily go hand in hand. But Forest = Fire, a new art exhibition in Truckee, is an effort to break the mold of how people think about wildfires. The walking exhibit at Truckee Community Recreation Center on Donner Pass Road merges data from scientists and regional agencies […]

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Moroccan artist Nabil El-Makhloufi evokes the importance of “enigmatic situations” in his work

DUBAI: From a delicate figurative drawing by Kahlil Gibran to Etel Adnan’s tricolor painting “Planet 8”, a recent exhibition at the Middle East Institute in Washington showcased the works of established and emerging Arab artists who have built their lives and their career in America. “Converging Lines: Tracing the Artistic Lineage of the Arab Diaspora […]

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How to find the Party Pass in Chica’s Green Room

This guide will help fans find the Party Pass in Chica’s Green Room and complete the Five Nights at Freddy’s: Security Breach’s Party Pass mission. The Party Pass mission to Five Nights at Freddy’s: Security Breach has two objectives, the first of which requires players to use the service elevators to Rockstar Row. This is […]

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Irma Thomas, Preservation Hall, Kermit Ruffins and more perform at the House for the Vacation at House of Blues

NEW ORLEANS (press release) – The NOCCA Foundation, the The Times-Picayune | New Orleans Defender, and Daniel Price’s family invite you to Home for the Holidays this Wednesday, December 22. This year’s event will once again be in person at his traditional home, the New Orleans House of Blues, located at 225 Decatur St. Home […]

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Charlottesville City Council votes on future of Jackson’s “Stonewall” statue

CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. (WVIR) – The recently removed Thomas “Stonewall” Jackson statue that once stood in Charlottesville will be sent to Los Angeles, Calif., To be part of an exhibit featuring disused Confederate landmarks. As part of its consent agenda on Monday, Charlottesville city council voted unanimously to send the statue to LAXART, a non-profit visual […]