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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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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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‘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, […]

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Michigan Governor Awards Grant to Interlochen Center for the Arts | News

With the emergence of COVID-19, the arts, museums and theaters have been deeply affected, forcing many professionals to put the arts on hold, leaving very little revenue for many arts and cultural organizations. Now that society is adjusting to the pandemic, the lights are on again for the arts. On January 28, Governor Gretchen Whitmer […]

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Fashion and fine art come together for Tanya Taylor Fall 2022

Photo: Matthew Kristall/Courtesy Tanya Taylor Tanya Taylor frequently cites visual artists as inspirations and references in her work. (Just last season, she collaborated with Ammon Rost on the backdrop of his New York Fashion Week presentation, which featured some of his paintings as well as miscellaneous from his studio dotted around Dumbo’s Smack Mellon Arts […]

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10TH ANNUAL HIGH SCHOOL JAZZ BAND SHOWCASE RETURNS TO STEELSTACKS CAMPUS | The Valley Register

ArtsQuest will host this competition in February with 21 local and regional groups BETHLEHEM, Pa.— ArtsQuest is proud to announce the return of the 10and Annual SteelStacks High School Jazz Band Showcase presented by King, Spry, Herman, Freund & Faul, LLC with broadcast partner Service Electric. ArtsQuest, in partnership with the University of Moravia, will […]

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Parents: Please Urge Lancaster County School Boards to Resist Efforts to Ban Books [editorial] | Our opinion

THE PROBLEM Art Spiegelman is set to be part of Millersville University’s Spring 2022 Lecture on the Holocaust and Genocide. Like NL | LancasterOnline’s Mike Andrelczyk reported that Spiegelman will deliver the keynote on April 28 at the Winter Visual & Performing Arts Center in Millersville. The American cartoonist is best known for his postmodern […]

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Events to recognize Black History Month for each day of February – The GW Hatchet

Media Credit: Photo illustration by Auden Yurman | photo editing assistant From events at the Smithsonian to live shows, celebrate Black History Month around DC this year with these activities to put on your calendar. Spend the entire month of February recognizing Black History Month with a variety of in-person and virtual events throughout the […]

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$850,000 in US bailout grants go to Alabama arts organizations

The National Endowment for the Arts directed $850,000 in US bailout grants to Alabama institutions based in Birmingham, Mobile, Montgomery and Tuskegee. The seven grants are part of a list announced Thursday, made up of more than 500 grants totaling more than $57 million. It follows another round of unrelated grants from the American Rescue […]

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Theater review: “The Hang” by Taylor Mac

El Beh in The Hang, here. Photo: Maria Baranova Taylor Mac writes maximalist, flamboyant and mythopoetic works, full of flights of verse, queer references, excessive drag and allusions. They sometimes bloom fabulously like peacocks – Mac’s masterpiece, the megacabaret A 24-decade history of popular music, took 24 hours to perform (or see) – and they […]

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KAWS launches its first major solo exhibition in London

Artist KAWS launches his first major solo exhibition in London, NEW FICTION, KAWS (Brian Donnelly b.1974) at the Serpentine. It will present new and recent physical and augmented reality works from January 18 to February 27, 2022. Brooklyn-based KAWS is considered one of the most innovative artists of his generation The exhibition is curated by […]

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Grande Prairie Arts Center accepts photographic submissions for the Arts Festival

The photographs will be exhibited as part of the Festival des arts from January 28 to February 26. The Grande Prairie Arts Center will present its next stop of the Grande Prairie Arts Festival, the Photography category, starting this month. Center director Chuck Law said anyone can participate in the festival, which is a long-standing […]

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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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Year in review: a turning point for the arts in Aspen

Paperless tickets and vaccination cards are verified when attendees enter the Aspen Art Museum for the Monty Alexander Trio Rooftop Show at the JAS June Experience in downtown Aspen on Friday, June 25, 2021 (Kelsey Brunner / The Aspen Times) Pianist Matthew Whitaker performs in an Aspen Music Festival and School Recital to open the […]

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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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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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Artist, naturalist completes the Bunnell residency

Kim McNett’s exhibit at the Bunnell Street Arts Center features images from her nature journals. The exhibition runs through December 24, 2021 at the Homer Gallery in Alaska. (Photo by Michael Armstrong / Homer News) Homer’s artist and naturalist Kim McNett became known in Homer and Alaska for her intricately detailed and well-crafted nature journals. […]

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Historic Williamsburg Opera House has officially reopened

We bet you didn’t even know there was a nice opera house right in the middle of Williamsburg, right? We don’t blame you: The historic Williamsburg Opera House, which was originally built in 1897, had been out of service for decades until the Emmaus Center, a new visual and performing arts center focused on Catholic […]