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‘Artbound’ Season 13 Episode Guide | related to art | Arts & Culture

Season 13 “Artbound” centers on a variety of art movements, art forms, and innovators that have shaped the Southern California art landscape – from a decades-long comic book series inspired by the scene California punk to an indie Asian pop culture magazine born out of Sawtelle. Check out this season’s full lineup and learn more […]

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Vale gallery owner Conny Dietzschold | ArtsHub Australia

Sydney gallery owner Conny Dietzschold died in Germany on Friday after a long battle with cancer. While she will be remembered for her flamboyant “bottle red” hair and towering stature, many will also remember her for her role in introducing many international artists to Australia’s commercial gallery landscape. Writer and curator Claire Taylor knew Dieztschold […]

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Pool: Now let’s praise the famous pens | Frank swimming pool

Over the years, the appeal of retro has grown. I’m not just talking about the post-war and pre-postmodern literature and furniture I grew up with – this also extends to utilitarian and aesthetic objects. Like pens. I started using fountain pens and came to love the writing experience with them, even though they require more […]

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How much money does Kim Kardashian make from social media posts?

After fiercely establishing itself as the A household name in modern pop culture, Kim Kardashian is undoubtedly one of social media’s most coveted stars. With over 329 million followers on Instagram alone, the 41-year-old has well and truly carved out her own space in the digital zeitgeist, and with her name constantly making headlines, there’s […]

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The ladies will present a specific site SCREWED on the construction site of a bar in October

Physical comedians THE LADIES have teamed up with immersive bar designer/architect WESLEY JAMES (Century Grand-UnderTow, Platform 18 & The Gray Hen) for a new site-specific production. SCREWED, the new show from the wild and crazy universe of THE LADIES, will be held on the construction site of the new James-designed cocktail bar concept that will […]

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C-Art, the seasonal public art exhibition comes to Commercial Street

If you’ve visited Commercial Street recently, you may have noticed mysterious black banners – with an abstract eyeball and the date September 18 – hanging from lampposts. And after two years of preparations, the event behind the banner is finally revealed. The banners were hung as a teaser campaign for C-Art, a new ongoing art […]

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The world may have changed, but God hasn’t

“Times change. People change. We have moved so far away from large swaths of the Bible. With these words, English journalist and TV personality Piers Morgan urged evangelist Franklin Graham to adapt to these changing times and reconsider his views on social and biblical issues. Morgan, who many know for his stint as a judge […]

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Hundreds of people attend a Christian procession in Tunisia

Wikipedia Hundreds of Christians and Muslims attended the Our Lady of Trapani procession in the Tunisian town of La Goulette this year. The annual procession originated in the mid-19th century when La Goulette was home to tens of thousands of Sicilians, as well as Sephardic Jews, Maltese, Greeks and Spaniards. In Italian popular culture, Our […]

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the stanley museum of art opens on the university of iowa campus

stanley museum of art opens as new public education center The University of Iowa celebrates the official opening of the Stanley Museum of Art, a new state-of-the-art public education complex designed by BNIM. Extending over 5,853 m², the building restores an art museum presence to the campus community after 14 years, following the historic flood […]

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Meet the Owner – Apex Art And Cultural Center

Editor’s Note: MyEverettNews.com strives to introduce our readers to more independent business owners here in Everett, Washington. We want to showcase their businesses, tell their stories, and invite you to shop locally and help move Everett forward. If you know of a company we should feature, email us a suggestion: [email protected] Leland Dart – Editor […]

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Review of “Three Thousand Years of Nostalgia”

George Miller’s long-awaited sequel to Mad Max: Fury Road is a story about stories, a kind of meta-history, one that asks us to question the very role of stories in society. Centered on Alithea (Tilda Swinton), a student and teacher of narratology (real word), and her discovery of a wish-granting Djinn (Idris Elba) yearning for […]

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What’s happening this weekend across Australia: August 26-28, 2022

We’re bringing you this Friday afternoon to bring you a searing dispatch of the best activities happening this weekend. Western Sydney is the place to be, along with Sound West. Immerse yourself in the festivities at The Albion with DJ Discretion and end your weekend with an afternoon session in Pari. MCA opens late tonight […]

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Gustav Metzger: Earth minus environment, Kestle Barton

Gustav Metzger 2007 photo credit Kate Mount Last chance to get this illuminating glimpse of the visionary artist-activist in West Cornwall’s most remote region Hidden down a wooded lane on the Lizard Peninsula in the far west of Cornwall, Kestle Barton has to count as one of Britain’s most magical and surprising galleries. Housed in […]

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The Outer Banks Voice – Save the Date for the Great Art Heist

OCTOBER 7 Save the date for the big art heist By Story submitted on August 24, 2022 Presented by Towne Bank Mark the calendar for The Great Art Heistthe Dare Arts Benefit Auction, which will open at their gallery in downtown Manteo on Friday, October 7th. “The Great Art Heist is Dare Arts’ only fundraiser […]

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Living with Children: Why Punishment is Necessary

“The purpose of parenthood is not to control, coerce, or punish children to be ‘good’. The goal of parenting is to grow children capable of feeling all of their feelings and to become empathetic problem solvers, and to help children reach their full potential. No, I didn’t go to the other side. That’s a quote […]

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UMF Art Gallery opens the 2022-23 season with an exhibition of digital works by Kate Quinn Sibole, September 1

FARMINGTON – The UMF Art Gallery is pleased to open the 2022-23 season with “Mandala” and “Push Pull Place” – exhibitions of new and ongoing digital works by Kate Quinn Sibole. The exhibit will be on view at the University of Maine Gallery at Farmington from September 1 through October 8, with an opening reception […]

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Review of the exhibition: Embodied Knowledge, Queensland Contemporary Art

Knowledge Embodied: Contemporary Queensland Art presents contemporary art from across the state at the Queensland Art Gallery (QAGOMA) in a dynamic, multi-dimensional exhibition. Focused on works created by 19 contemporary Queensland artists and collectives, the group of commissioned and recent projects is broad in its choices and delivery methods. Exploring questions centered on identity, heritage […]

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The world is getting exponentially more complex – here’s how we navigate it

Living organisms, our planet and even the whole universe become more and more complex over time. “Complex” doesn’t just mean “complicated”: it means that the parts of a system interact in ways that give rise to properties that can sometimes be quite surprising. Each time a certain threshold is crossed, a transition seems to occur […]

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Honey, domestic violence needs attention!

August 8, 2022: While news stories about violence against women are part of the daily diet of Indian readers, on some days an incident provokes a more widespread reaction than the otherwise lukewarm concern. One such report in early August concerns a young woman from Bijnore, UP, who lived in the United States and who […]

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The Peninsula Gallery is hosting an artists’ reception on September 3

In September, the Peninsula Gallery hosts an exhibition of architectural painting, featuring five unique painters. Inside, Outside explores people’s interactions between buildings and spaces, using different artistic styles and mediums. The works in this exhibition depict famous places like the New York skyline and St. Peter’s Basilica in Rome. But the majority of the pieces […]

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Various works of art exhibited in Valletta

The first edition of Summer showcase by Marie Gallery5, organized in collaboration with Bureau Iniala, is currently taking place in Valletta until September 22, showing a total of 16 pieces. The showcase is a curated selection of works by established and emerging local artists with the aim of acting as a means of promoting individual […]

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9 Amazing Mecha Anime That Were Ruined By Their Endings

The mecha genre is one of the most famous in anime. Watching two giant robots fight each other is thrilling. Some mecha series are even considered classics. Mecha over the decades has proven to be a timeless series. Unfortunately, some have trouble sticking the landing in the final minutes. RELATED: 10 Best Underrated Mecha Anime […]

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The 6 best performances of Régé-Jean Page, ranked

When exciting new faces emerge in the entertainment world, audiences flock to see all of their new projects. Rege-Jean Page came out of the shadows when he became Simon, our favorite duke in the Netflix drama show Bridgerton. Page was quick to step into the massive spotlight in such a viral sensation of a show […]

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Westmont Hilltop: A Special Report | ‘Standard of Excellence’: The Hilltoppers Have a Rich Heritage in the Fine Arts | New

JOHNSTOWN, Pa. — Elizabeth Good, longtime music director and teacher at Westmont Hilltop High School, considers the district a “triple A school” thanks to its support of the arts. She said the focus was not just on academics or athletics, but also on supporting the performing and visual arts, which has led to a high-quality […]

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San Jose: Home of the World’s Greatest Innovations, 15 Best Places to Visit in San Jose

6. Santana Row in San Jose, CA Santana Row in West San Jose is a residential and commercial area. It is located near Stevens Creek Boulevard, which is a major thoroughfare. You will find everything you need in the area, including grocery stores, restaurants and bars. It is also home to some of the city’s […]

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After 20 years, what’s the most ‘Shazamed’ song of all time?

Apple bought the popular music recognition app Shazam, which can name any song you hear, in 2018. Friday marks the app’s 20th anniversary. And this week, it officially surpassed 70 billion song recognitions, Cupertino said. It’s a lot of people in bars wondering what the melody is. Have you ever wondered which song is the […]

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All tickets are now on sale for Lincoln Center’s 2022/2023 season

The Lincoln Center logo From comedy and concerts on Broadway, to dancing and more, the entire upcoming season of live shows from Lincoln Center went on sale to the public on August 10. This also includes all specially priced Big Deal seats ranging from $15 to $20. What does the coming season have in store […]

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Department of Creative Arts for Adults Seeks Entries for 2022 County Fair | Community

The Adult Creative Arts Department will be accepting entries for the following divisions. Please note that some rules may have changed since the last entries. Please visit the Competitive Events page of the Fort Bend County Fair website to view all applicable rules and division details. 5. Sewing Machine Items The Fort Bend County Fairgrounds […]

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Halifax Street: A Dynamic Habitat for Adaptive Architecture

According to the identity of theater and radio host Peter Goers, the section of Halifax Street between King William Road and Hurtle Square was once a wide, empty street with a large parking lot populated by “derros” and “prossies”. Goers recalled his theatrical debut at the reopening of the state-owned Q Theater (the former Stow […]

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Responding to Intolerance with Courage and Truth

Justin Welby is the Archbishop of Canterbury and a noted evangelical leader. When he recently spoke at the Lambeth conference, he affirmed the validity of a 1998 declaration that gay sex is a sin, saying the resolution is “not in doubt”. Her statement caused a huge outcry among those in the Church of England who […]

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Are you looking for a renowned musician for the soundtrack of your ad? Read this first

As other articles in The Drum’s Audio Deep Dive demonstrate, music can transform an advertisement from a piece of marketing content into a part of popular culture. Here, Amanda Levine and Larry Weintraub of creative agency TMA walk us through the considerations for using music in ads. The power of music to set the tone, […]

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Downtown creates: Paint Out this Friday in Appleton | WFRV Local 5

(WFRV) – From beauty artists to murals, you can leave your mark on downtown Appleton this weekend. Local 5 Live gets a preview of the “Downtown Creates: Paint Out” event happening this Friday. Details at appletondowntown.org: JOIN US AS DOWNTOWN APPLETON ARTISTS, RETAIL STORES, RESTAURANTS AND MORE CREATE A BEAUTIFUL ARTISTIC EXPERIENCE YOU WILL REMEMBER! […]

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First Look: The New Dallas County Medical Society Headquarters

The Dallas County Medical Society is moving its headquarters from its current Oak Cliff home to a 7,000 square foot space on Fairmount in Uptown. The 1964 building will be remodeled for the needs of the medical society and was originally built as a residence. Later it was a commercial art gallery and studio for […]

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Honey Harper Announces New Album “Honey Harper & The Infinite Sky”

Honey Harper has announced that her second album Honey Harper & The Infinite Sky will be released on October 28 via ATO Records. The sequel to their 2020 feature debut Starmaker, Honey Harper & The Infinite Sky was born out of a deliberate overhaul of the band’s creative approach with Honey Harper co-founder and keyboardist […]

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The Simpsons Season 34 Release Date: Check Out Latest Updates!!

For the Fox Broadcasting Company, Matt Groening created the American animated series The Simpsons. The Simpson family, which includes Homer, Marge, Bart, Lisa and Maggie, is the satirical representative of everyday life in America. The program pokes fun at American society, television, and the human condition while taking place in the make-believe town of Springfield. […]

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Earth-shattering expectations for Indigenous music, loudly

Raven Chacon wasn’t sure if she would accept the commission that would soon win her the Pulitzer Prize for Music. A Milwaukee ensemble had asked Chacon — a Diné composer, improviser and visual artist born on the outskirts of the Navajo Nation — to write a piece for its annual Thanksgiving concert in 2021, scheduled […]

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On the occasion of the anniversary of the partition, let us relegate to the past the ruthless logic Hindus against Muslims | Pankaj Mishra and Ali Sethi

In a remarkable 13th-century document, a Sufi writer records his epiphany on the Prophet Muhammad granting permission for music in India. Quoting a cryptic statement from the Prophet (“I feel the breath of the Merciful coming from Yemen”), he speculates that the “Yemen” in question is not just the region of the Arabian Peninsula, but […]

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‘Fascinated’ by Discovery: SUNY Outreach Expands Science Education in Chautauqua | News, Sports, Jobs

Faculty from the Department of Biology at the State University of New York at Fredonia have created a new collaboration with the Chautauqua Institution to increase science education opportunities for Chautauqua County students this summer through the program Chautauqua Field Trips from the facility. More than 1,100 students from 12 school districts participated […]

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In the French Quarter, a rehabilitated building is where the art is | Features

A cloud-pink building sits on an attractive stretch of Queen Street, its rich red doors inviting passers-by to enter and view the art. It is the last and third location of the Corrigan Gallery. Over the past 17 years, the gallery first moved from another location at 62 Queen St., then to 7 Broad St. […]

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Salman Rushdie: The writer who barely sleeps with both eyes closed

By Nehru Odeh Salman Rushdie, famous author of novels such as The midnight children, the satanic verses, the Moor’s last breath, the ground under his feet, was stabbed on Friday morning while on stage at an event in New York. Rushdie is currently on a ventilator and cannot speak. His arm and liver are injured […]

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For Faith, State & the Soul chronicles 75 years of Pakistani cultural traditions

Markings Publishing launches its new title, For Faith, State and the Soul: A History of Popular Culture in Pakistan, written by renowned Pakistani historian Nadeem Farooq Paracha, popularly known as NFP. The book is now available in bookstores in Pakistan and online for audiences around the world. For Faith, State and the Soul chronicles 75 […]

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Visual Arts Center of New Jersey presents the fall exhibition: “Ripple Effect”

NEW | FEATURES | PREVIEWS | EVENTS originally published: 08/12/2022 (SUMMIT, NJ) — On Friday, September 16, 2022, the Visual Arts Center of New Jersey (VACNJ) will begin a year of celebrating its 90th anniversary by opening its fall exhibition, Training effect. The exhibition will feature artwork by 37 of the Art Center‘s teaching artists […]

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‘The Andy Griffith Show’ has been regularly snubbed by the Emmys

classic comedy The Andy Griffith Show aired on CBS for eight years beginning in 1968. Although the show spanned the decades and amassed generation after generation of new fans, one thing it didn’t collect during its original run was Emmy statuettes. Left to right: The cast of “The Andy Griffith Show” Andy Griffith, Ronny Howard […]

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How to Decorate with Primary Colors for a Bold, Retro-Inspired Look

By definition, primary colors are the most basic hues. When mixed, these elemental colors form all other shades of the color wheel, but no other colors can be mixed to create red, yellow or blue. Primaries represent the most intense and pure forms of color, and this vibrant combination is starting to establish itself as […]

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A new mural by Houston artist David Maldonado will be unveiled at the renovated Port of Denver One Stop Center

City hall press release A new mural by Houston artist David Maldonado will be unveiled at the renovated Port of Denver One Stop Center Artist’s rendering of the proposed mural August 11, 2022 — The City of Houston Mayor’s Office of Cultural Affairs (MOCA), in partnership with UP Art Studios, is pleased to announce the […]

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‘Rose B. Simpson: Legacies’ Solo Exhibit Opens at ICA/Boston

Rose B. Simpson, Brace, 2022. Clay, glaze, steel and string. 38 1/2 x 28 x 14 inches (97.8 x 71.1 x 35.6 cm). Courtesy of the artist and Jessica Silverman, San Francisco. PHOTO: Addison Doty. © Rose B. Simpson DynaFriendly sculpture artist Rose B. Simpson opens her first solo exhibition in Boston at the ICA, […]

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What is love? In pop culture, love is often portrayed as a willingness to sacrifice, but ancient philosophers took a different view.

Plato’s Symposium – Anselm Feuerbach (1869) Woven through Thor: Love and Thunder, Taika Waititi’s latest contribution to the Marvel Cinematic Universe, is a sentimental, age-old commentary on mortality and love. In this intergalactic romantic comedy, the hammer-wielding gods of thunder face off against the sleazy “butcher god” Gorr in a race to the gates of […]

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How to Submit a National Cultural Policy Submission (and Why You Should)

We currently have a unique opportunity to influence policy change and improve the fundamental conditions of working and practicing the arts. Developing a national cultural policy in broad consultation with the sector has the potential to reinvest in strategies that promote a strong arts ecology and support the careers of artists across the country from […]

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Council approves exploration of DCC’s proposal

An artist’s rendition of renovated downtown Chatham, with a community center, to the right, that would house various municipal services, as well as a new arena, and more. By Pam WrightJournalist of the Local Journalism Initiative Imagine that Chatham-Kent took a cautious step forward. At its August 8 meeting, Chatham-Kent Council voted to allocate $2 […]

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It’s Agreed by the Government: Fake Art Harms First Nations Culture

This is a report that took a long time to land. And hopefully one that doesn’t air in its intent, given its lengthy 300-page delivery and fresh round of submissions. We talk about the Productivity Commission’s draft Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Visual Arts and Crafts report, tabled in recent weeks (July 19), which is […]

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Letter: You protest too much – InForum

Tony Bender’s recent column “Losing my religion” is inspired by an REM song title that has nothing to do with religion, but rather an old Southern saying having to do with going all out. of his rope where politeness gives way to anger – which is obviously where he is. His loss of politeness (kindness) […]

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Artists hold interactive workshops for queer and trans youth

Studio sessions take place on August 10, 14 and 24 PRESS RELEASESAFE WORD*************************SIMCOE COUNTY – safeword, along with community partner The Gilbert Centre, proudly presents a three-part online visual arts workshop series called Arts Jam Studio Sessions! In collaboration with our Arts Jam 2SLGBTQ+, we invited three amazing visual artists to lead creative and interactive […]

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Howe’s art space is meant to provide meaningful experiences | Local News

Bone Springs Art Space in Roswell isn’t just where ceramic artist Miranda Howe creates art. It’s where she teaches others to exercise their creativity, where she and other artists sell and exhibit their work, and it’s a place where the community experiences art. Howe purchased the three-story structure in 2014. It was once where Conoco […]

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How ‘loyal dog’ Sean Hannity went from King of Fox News to Has-Been

Oh, how the mighty have fallen. During the Trump administration, Sean Hannity was on top of the world. With the ousting of longtime Fox News colleague and nemesis Bill O’Reilly in April 2017 over allegations of sexual misconduct, Hannity quickly rose from second fiddle to most-watched host in the news. cable. And he stayed there […]

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Chicago Murals: Little Village Mural Mystery Solved; now Aurelio Diaz is online for restoration

Painted in English and Spanish as part of an aging mural near Cermak Road and California Avenue, one can read the words: “Where do good ideas come from? Are they falling from the sky? No. Are they innate in the mind? No. They come from social practice and from it alone. The quote, fairly easy […]

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Musical Score of American Racism – The Provincetown Independent

Federal Hill, a restored antebellum plantation home in Bardstown, Kentucky, better known as the Old Kentucky Home, opened its doors to statewide marching band and throngs of visitors on 4 July 1923, after a three-year campaign for its purchase and renovation. It was Kentucky’s first historic home—and one of the first projects to capitalize on […]

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Georgetown Arts and Culture Council Awards 2022 Round 2 Grants – City of Georgetown, Texas

The Georgetown Arts and Culture Council in July approved $12,100 in grants to local arts and culture organizations to help fund local arts and culture programs that include visual arts, music and performing arts in George Town. Funding is for events in Georgetown taking place between October 1, 2022 and March 31, 2023. Grant recipients […]

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Most adults with autism can recognize facial emotions almost as well as those without

Difficulties in social communication and interaction are considered core features of autism. There is a common perception that people with autism cannot recognize the emotions of others and have little idea how effectively they do so. We’re used to seeing these challenges portrayed in popular culture, like TV shows The Good Doctor, Atypical, or Love […]

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‘by Alison Knowles’ at BAMPFA: 62 years of participatory artwork

Even in the disruptive early days of his Fluxus-related practice, Knowles retained the transformative power we attribute to art, as evidenced by other scores of food-related events, including make a salad and The same lunch. Documentation of both is well represented at BAMPFA. In each, the obvious and ordinary ingredients such as lettuce or a […]

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Fleuroselect successfully hosts its 51st annual convention in honor of its 50th anniversary

Nearly 100 delegates from 10 countries traveled to Amsterdam, the Netherlands, to attend the 51st Annual Convention July 5-7 and spend some quality time networking with industry friends and colleagues. The members were thrilled to finally meet in person for the first time since 2019. Traditionally co-hosted by one of the members, this year’s special […]

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The proposal would allow vendors at small Plaza events; officials debate place of pride

August 2 – The Santa Fe City Council is considering an ordinance that would allow vendors to sell their wares in the Plaza during up to eight smaller-scale cultural events each year, in addition to the eight major art markets and community events permitted for commercial purposes. Sales. Which events would get the first dibs […]

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Summer Swing Nights – 5th Anniversary

The jazz vocal group performing on the main stage Outdoor big band dance concert at a vintage car museum Swing all night at the Driving Museum in El Segundo for a live show featuring The Swing Tones, our live band, food, vendors, dance lessons + We keep alive high quality music experiences, interactive dance concerts […]

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The 25th South Australian Living Artists Festival is officially open!

Celebrating its 25th year, the 2022 South Australian Living Artists (SALA) festival has officially opened until August 31 in Adelaide and the South Australia region. SALA continues to be the largest open access visual arts festival in the world and this year has 648 events and a record number of 11,865 artists participating in 585 […]