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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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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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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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Launch of the first NFT art forum in Saudi Arabia

Sotheby’s and the Visual Arts Commission of Saudi Arabia’s Ministry of Culture have announced a new digital arts forum in the kingdom as part of the ongoing public program for the Diriyah Biennale. The conference, dubbed the Digital Art Forum, which is a first of its kind for the kingdom, will be held from February […]

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Clay-Chalkville Grade 10 Student Wins Youth Art Month Flag Design Contest

By Hannah Curran, Editor-in-Chief CLAY – A Grade 10 student from Clay-Chalkville High School (CCHS) has won the high school division’s Youth Art Month flag design contest. Akyra Tuck’s winning entry “Colorful World”. Akyra Tuck was one of four winners of the Youth Art Month flag design contest. The deadline to submit works was December […]

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​Visual arts creatively convey the Olympic spirit

“The greatest value of visual arts is the same as the Olympics,” said Chinese sculptor Zhi Min. His ceramic sculpture named “Zhou” which means “boat” in Chinese was selected as one of the top 10 works of public art in a solicitation campaign launched for the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics. Chinese sculptor Zhi Min speaks […]

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3 Walking Routes to Tokyo’s Top Sights – Lonely Planet

Tokyo is rightly proud of its world-class public transportation system. But this amazing city also rewards slowing down and exploring its highlights on foot. Here’s how to do just that, connecting several Tokyo landmarks on wonderfully curated walks that showcase different parts of the city, from some of the most iconic outdoor and spacious attractions, […]

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The Smithsonian curator has roots in Ohio

One of his most striking works of art is a portrait of Breonna Taylor, the black medical worker who was fatally shot in her apartment by Louisville police officers in 2020. The portrait, which features Taylor in a flowing blue dress, was painted by renowned artist Amy Sherald, who also painted the official portrait of […]

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The Smithsonian curator has roots in the Dayton area

Luckily for us, the museum’s acting chief curator of visual arts has local connections. Tulzia Fleming graduated in 1990 from Yellow Springs High School whose first full-time job was at the Dayton Art Institute as Associate Curator of American Art. At DAI, she curated two of our museum’s popular exhibits: “Louis Comfort Tiffany’s Glass” and […]

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The Andy Warhol exhibition opens in Fresno this weekend | Entertainment

Opening Saturday, February 5, 2022, the Fresno Art Museum will host Andy Warhol Portfolios: A Life in Pop, Works from the Bank of America Collection. The exhibition will remain open until June 26, 2022. Featuring 94 works of art spanning forty years of photographic screen printing, the exhibition includes portfolios and individual prints by Warhol, […]

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Contemporary Traditions in Horacio Rodriguez’s Salt Series Exhibit – The Daily Utah Chronicle

Avery Greig “El Camino del Diablo, the Devil’s Highway: Yuma 14” by Horacio Rodriguez (2022). (Photo by Avery Greig | The Daily Utah Chronicle) the Art Museum of Utah last salt episode of the series presents the artist Horace Rodriguezwhose work invites viewers to examine the identity of borders and the overlapping contexts of ancient […]

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Northern Iowa University School of Art Shows Its Creative Side in Gallery Exhibit | Local News

CEDAR FALLS – A collection of blockhead puppets hang from the ceiling on strings in a corner of the University of Northern Iowa Gallery of Art. At first glance, it can be difficult to separate one puppet from another in UNI art professor Jeff Rufus Byrd’s “Meeting.” Each puppet is wooden and wears a “suit”, […]

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Home Truths: How to Bring Your Home to Life with Art

Art performs many functions around the house. Interior designers rely on him to bring to life the pieces they’ve imagined since their first moodboards, sourcing trips and custom orders. For example, Francois Sultane and the Mlinaric, Henry and Zervudachi the studio uses illustrations to provide color and texture; Beata Heman and Luke Edward Room use […]

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Sing Sing artists

Journalists incarcerated in San Quentin produce a monthly broadsheet. Cowboys locked up at the Louisiana State Penitentiary perform at the Angola Prison Rodeo (events include a barrel race and a game of poker in which four men play while seated at a table while a bull coward fights). Recently at the Sing Sing Correctional Facility, […]

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Affordable, quirky art adds vitality and visual interest to a home: shop smart with these tips

Art dealer Heidi Lawrence calls it “going the loop.” Someone walks into her Lake Oswego gallery, nods when she says hello, then slides in to look at the paintings, sculptures and art glass. A card next to each piece has the price and description. When the visitor repeats a loop, it is to focus on […]

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The devotional Catholicism behind the postmodern work of Andy Warhol

I was waiting for the opening of “Andy Warhol: Revelation”At the Brooklyn Museum with great impatience. The exhibition, which “explores the artist’s long-standing relationship with his faith that frequently appears in his works,” features both his own works and objects of Catholic devotion he has collected. Juxtaposed with the other collections on display in the […]

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New exhibitions at Laney Contemporary and at the RO3 gallery: Low Country Passion & The Vastness of One’s Life | Visual arts | Savannah News, Events, Restaurants, Music

I am always excited when the state-of-the-art Laney Contemporary Gallery hangs a new exhibition. But when it’s a show created by a nationally renowned artist who happens to be a friend, I get more than excited! Don’t miss “The Nature of Not Knowing” by Betsy Cain, on display this Friday, January 7th. A native of […]

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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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How Irish lesbian writing has developed over the centuries

Why do we still write books about Irish lesbians in the 21st century? Since the second wave of feminism in the 1960s, the decriminalization of homosexual acts in Northern Ireland in 1982 and in the Republic in 1993, the establishment of civil partnership in 2011, which was then replaced by same-sex marriage in 2015, has […]

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How the first “viral” media sparked a peasant uprising in Germany

The Protestant Reformation was a period of religious and political upheaval caused by corruption in the Roman Catholic Church. With the dissolution of medieval feudalism in the early 16th century, newly proletarianized workers and peasants experienced many of the same inequalities. In the German-speaking regions of central Europe, former serfs flocked to booming cities while […]

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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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Intellectualizing art: the work of Emre Hüner[Elektroisolazyon]’at Arter

In its conceptually freest and historically avant-garde form, experiencing the perplexity that contemporary art can instill is tantamount to living behind a language barrier. With only fragments of understanding and subject to frames of exclusivity, both mimetic when not entirely opaque, the heartbreaking charge of postmodern artists is that they support veils of darkness so […]

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2021 Holiday Buying Guide | Allentown – Buffalo Rising

Sponsored by: The 2021 Holiday Buying Guide is a unique blend of independently owned and operated businesses across a variety of industries, such as retail, food, restaurant, arts, non-profit organizations profit, etc., all designed to encourage residents of WNY to #boutiquelocal. Sponsored by Visit Buffalo Niagara and Erie County, the 2021 guide will explore all […]

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Twiggy Forrest steps in to help artist stolen by gallery owner Tristian Koenig

“The Forrest family bought two works of art in good faith through the gallery owner in question,” said a spokesperson for the family. “Immediately after learning that the artist may not have been paid for one of the paintings, the Forrest family contacted the artist to resolve the issue. “The Minderoo Foundation recognizes the challenges […]

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Eighty-year-old Delhi art gallery gets a facelift

Dhoomimal may be one of Delhi’s oldest galleries, but after renovation nothing is out of fashion The refurbished interiors of the recently refurbished Dhoomimal Gallery feature specific elements that allow contemporary art to be discovered Founded eight decades ago, the Dhoomimal Gallery in New Delhi is one of the oldest names in art sales. For […]