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The Hooper-Lee-Nichols house has a haunted history

Hessian Regiment fighting alongside the British Army, circa 1780. (Image: Journal of the American Revolution) This month, the Cambridge Historical Commission hosted Cambridge Open Archives, online events that allow six of the city’s history organizations to share items from their collections. Looking ahead to Halloween, the theme was “Morbid, Morose and Macabre”, and each participant […]

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October 31, 2022 – Daily Freeman

• The “Guiding the Currents” exhibition featuring the works of Dutch Hudson Valley resident Marieken Cochius runs at SUNY Ulster’s Muroff Kotler Visual Arts Gallery in Stone Ridge until 29 november. A free reception is scheduled for Friday, November 4. from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. Normal gallery hours are Tuesday through Friday, 11:00 a.m. […]

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How being a frog on a lily pad could save the world

In her book of essays, “Upstream”, poet Mary Oliver explores the interplay between creativity and nature. The titular essay argues that just because butterflies don’t write books doesn’t mean they don’t feel and know, in their own way, who they are and what role they play. The book is a tender exploration of the natural […]

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Medieval Buddhist Hungry Ghost Scrolls show the tortured beings of many Japanese ghost stories

In the Buddhist teaching, all beings endlessly cycle through six realms of existence: human, animal, jealous god, happy god, hell, and hungry ghost. The first realm is the most desirable, and the last condition, perhaps, the most excruciatingly abysmal, even worse than the innumerable tortures of various hells. One can imagine the Greek Tantalus, forever […]

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On My Radar: Derek Owusu’s Cultural Highlights | Culture

Born in London in 1988, Derek Owusu is a poet, writer and one of the founding members of the Black Writers’ Guild. Between 2017 and 2019, he co-hosted a literary podcast Mainly lit and edited the anthology Vault: On Black British Men Reclaiming Space. In 2019, he published his first novel, That reminds me, on […]

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🌱 Out of State Money in Portland Election + Natural Gas Prices Rise

Hey, Portland, it’s Saturday! It’s time to sleep and wear your pajamas until noon. Today, we have : Homeless campers light fires A celebration of witches Falcons control crows Let’s continue our weekend! But first, today’s weather: A few showers in the morning and cloudy skies in the afternoon with highs of 60. 🏡 Attention […]

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The 20 Best Places to Buy Furniture Online 2022

For most of our adult lives, our apartment has been a random (but affectionate) microclimate of IKEA coffee tables, slanted MCM shelves and, occasionally, postmodern italian mushroom lamp for which we paid way too much money to Brooklyn Flea Market (no sweat; worth it for the serotonin). Now that we’re a little older and finally […]

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Ray Nasher was Dallas’ king of art and commerce

Raymond Nasher was born in Boston, Massachusetts, in 1921. He grew up as the only child of European parents who emigrated to Boston in his early years. He inherited his appreciation for art from his parents, who took him to various museums and galleries every month during his childhood, instilling in him a love of […]

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Jaclyn Moriarty sends complex kids on an epic quest

Best-selling novels by Sydney-based Jaclyn Moriarty have been named Boston Globe-Horn Book Honor Books and Best Books for Young Adults by the American Library Association. Oscar by the way is the fourth book in Moriarty’s Kingdoms and Empires universe. Adventurers solve puzzles in Oscar by the way While working on her doctorate in law at […]

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Bizarre Discoveries | News, Sports, Jobs

Graham Jaehnig/Daily Mining Gazette Members of the Iron County-based Michigan Advanced Paranormal Society (MAPS) presented Friday night at the Calumet Theater their findings from a March 2022 investigation into the theater and ballroom. Their findings have only refreshed the decades-old question: Is the Calumet Theater really haunted? CALUMET – The Calumet […]

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Exhibitions to celebrate the 45th anniversary of the Atelier des Éditions Normales – News

Two exhibitions will celebrate the 45th anniversary of the Normal Editions Workshop at Illinois State University. Normal Editions was founded in 1976 to publish limited edition fine art prints in a professional print research setting, create new artwork, educate and develop appreciation for print media. Veda Rives Aukerman “Over the years, the studio has hosted […]

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‘The Romps of Bognor’ offer their art in a major Chichester exhibition

Howard Romp Pauline Farrington and Oscar Romp in front of a painting by Howard Romp – Photograph by Andrew Churchill The Romps of Bognor: Howard Romp, Pauline Farrington, Oscar Romp runs from October 25 to November 6. Sophie Hull, President of Oxmarket Contemporary, said: “By presenting this exhibition and the accompanying book, Oxmarket Contemporary continues […]

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The Las Vegas festival celebrates the city’s iconic architecture

Aaron Berger was originally an architecture student at the College of Charleston in South Carolina. The book “Learning from Las Vegas” was required reading in his classes. Berger, however, ignored the requirement. He didn’t read the groundbreaking architecture book as he turned to art history. But today, “Learning from Las Vegas” is certainly required (and […]

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‘I really hope this gives them courage’: Ke Huy Quan is moved after overwhelming support from fans praising his return to comedy in ‘Everything Everywhere All At Once’ as actor joins Loki season 2

Everything everywhere all at once Star Ke Huy Quan looked nothing short of amazing in his comeback film. The actor who retired from public space after his widely acclaimed performances in Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom and The Goonies had entered a 35-year hibernation that was broken with the 2022 sci-fi adventure film, […]

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Pipeline London’s new must-see exhibition space

Pipelinefounded by Tatiana Chenevière, is the new essential exhibition and the creative project that opens in the heart of the center London October 23. The space invites visitors to explore a more thoughtful approach to fast-paced engagement emerging artists are often conditioned to. Born from a multidimensional reflection on beginnings, new artists and collectors, Pipeline […]

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Review: The 1975 – Being Funny in a Foreign Language

The 1975Being funny in a foreign language Dirty blowStreet: 10.14The 1975 = Bon Iver + The Beatles + Drive Like I Do The new 1975 album, Being funny in a foreign language, is really. fucking. good. He strikes in every possible way; the feeling of a satisfied craving – pure ecstatic pleasure. It’s nostalgic but […]

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Art Jakarta 2022: First Indonesian fair reinvigorates art scene in Southeast Asia

If the Asian visual arts scene has been experiencing a prolonged winter for two years, the winds of change seem to herald change. The famous international art fair Frieze recently made its debut in Seoul. It was held at the same time as the KIAF (Korean International Art Fair), thus reinforcing the city’s footprint as […]

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“Forest for the Trees” is Spruill’s third public art installation

Left to right: Jennifer Price, Director of Spruill Gallery, Alan Mothner, CEO of Spruill, and Alice Stone Collins, AMPLIFY winner. More than 100 people attending the Spirits for Spruill event on October 15 witnessed the unveiling of AMPLIFY’s third annual winning public art installation, Alice Stone Collins’ “Forest for Trees”, self-described as ” contrasting energies […]

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NLCS: Phillies look to the past for winning post-season strategy

SAN DIEGO- It’s here. Try to hit it. Has baseball ever been distilled to something more basic than that? Such bravado disappears in the game. The spin is in it. Disappointment dominates. For the first time in recorded history, major league pitchers threw fastballs with less than half their pitches, 48.6%. Just six years ago, […]

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Sentro Artista organizes a visual arts exhibition

SENTRO ARTISTA organized the Up Close & Natural photography exhibition to promote mobile phone photography to capture the beauty of nature at its best during the weekend. Around 50 visual artists from across Metro Manila – 20 to 30 mobile photographers and junior photographers – flocked to the Arton Strip near the Rockwell in Quezon […]

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The Christopher Hill Gallery celebrates its 20th anniversary in Saint Helena

ST. HELENA — Avant-garde? Realistic? Capricious? It is difficult to define the artistic identity of the Christopher Hill Gallery. Hill says eclecticism is one of the secrets to the success of the gallery, which is celebrating its 20th anniversary in downtown St Helena. Support local news coverage and the people who report it by subscribing […]

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How to attract big spenders? LV, Chanel and Dior open VIP lounges at SKP Beijing

In a recent earnings call, Chanel unveiled its intention to open private boutiques dedicated to its VIP customers, starting with Asian cities. This is hardly surprising given the scenario of frequent and long queues outside their shops around the world – hardly a luxury experience. And it’s not the only luxury giant to adopt this […]

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Manchester’s North Side isn’t entirely Victorian – and that’s why it’s so important

PHOTO BY JAMES F. CARR Ahile the Manchester neighborhood on the north side of Pittsburgh is generally known for its Victorian-era homes, a new walking tour shines a light on the more contemporary buildings of the eclectic community. Hosted by the Manchester Historical Society and the Pittsburgh Pittsburgh Modern Preservation Committee — which examines, studies […]

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Billy Eichner, a gay writer, claimed homophobic straight audiences were to blame

A gay journalist has attempted to explain why fellow writer and actor Billy Eichner’s film Bros failed at the box office. Billed as the first gay rom-com from a major Hollywood studio, Isaac Grafstein wrote in Common Sense that the film is a “preaching, indulgent dumpster fire”. “The two long hours are filled with partisan […]

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Identity politics and its dissatisfactions

Progressives, not just in Pakistan but around the world, are facing a critical moment: in which they must collectively decide what their strategic direction in politics will be. As things stand, the “left” is characterized by excessive factionalism and a myopic, one-upmanship approach that leaves it overstretched – pursuing moving targets, too many of which […]

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Mode Festival review – ‘Elevated’ dance music brings new life to Sydney’s Cockatoo Island | dance music

On a perfect spring Saturday in Sydney, around 3,000 people lined up for a festival that most of the city knew nothing about. Encased in the heritage grandeur of Cockatoo Island and accessible only by private ferry, the first-ever Mode Festival sold out on its lineup of ‘elevated dance music’ and an ‘expansive visual arts […]

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Corporate Ladder: your weekly guide to executive appointments

Kylie Neal Tania Rucioch Movements of shopping centers Adelaide Central Plaza Center Manager Kylie Neal joined Harbor Town Adelaide. Neal has managed shopping centers in Victoria, the Northern Territory, Tasmania and South Australia for over 20 years – spending the last six years running Adelaide Central Plaza, part of the Precision Group of Companies based […]

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MCLA welcomes seven new faculty members / iBerkshires.com

NORTH ADAMS, Massachusetts – The Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts (MCLA) is pleased to announce that seven new faculty members will join the Trailblazer community for the College’s fall semester: Eunice Uhm, Mariah Hepworth, Omotara Adeeko, Carter J Carter, Darren Johnson, Amy Shapiro and Kara Corlew. New faculty members include: […]

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Fall in love with Carroll County in the fall – Baltimore Sun

This is the time of year when many people travel far to see the colors of the fall trees. Several years ago my family took an October trip to the Great Smoky Mountains – mostly to take time off and hike. The brilliant fall leaf colors were definitely an added bonus, but admittedly they were […]

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Sound installation brings artist Maggie Jencks’ voice back to the postmodern home she helped create in London

A new sound installation by artist Marysia Lewandowska will accompany visitors as they wander through The Cosmic House, the former home of Charles Jencks, architectural historian and postmodern provocateur. While Charles’ ideas, spirit and sense of style and humor are embodied and embedded in this Grade I listed house (now open as a museum), Lewandowska […]

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Channel 4’s Hitler art exhibition is no laughing matter

Can channel 4 go lower? The TV network bought a painting of Adolf Hitler so a studio audience could decide whether to allow comedian Jimmy Carr to destroy it with a flamethrower. In other words, popular television is trolling the Jewish community, everyone in the world who suffered under Nazism, and everyone who remains in […]

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Toshi Ichiyanagi, experimental composer who married Yoko Ono, dies at 89

Toshi Ichiyanagi, a Japanese composer who explored non-traditional musical forms in the New York art scene of the 1950s while married to an avant-garde artist Yoko Ono, who became an influential innovator whose work blended Japanese and Western instruments and let musicians control notes and rhythm, died Oct. 7 in Tokyo. He was 89 years […]

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LA Philharmonic stuns with Ortiz, Mahler

LA Philharmonic hosted Gustavo Dudamel’s orchestra over the weekend, with notable pieces by Gustav Mahler and Gabriela Ortiz. (Photo courtesy of Joey Zanotti) Last weekend, the Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra and musical director and conductor Gustavo Dudamel presented a program marked by contrast. The orchestra performed Gustav Mahler’s First Symphony, a colossal turn-of-the-century work, and […]

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‘As an empath, portrayal works for me’: Amy Sherald explains how she embraces black stories in her first UK show

Two black men on dirt bikes soar through the air in the gigantic diptych Issuance (2022), one of the highlights of “The World We Make”, Amy Sherald’s new solo exhibition at Hauser & Wirth in London. Behind this powerful ascent one could imagine the roar of the engines or the cries of camaraderie but, frozen […]

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The Fiji Times » ‘Festival promotes local art, local artists’

The Rarama Art Festival 2022 provides a space and forum for artists to showcase their work, says Larry Thomas, Director of the Oceania Center at the University of the South Pacific (USP). The festival includes a month-long Open Rarama Art Gala at the Oceania Center. “The month-long visual arts exhibition will provide visibility and hopefully […]

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Kurt Cobain: How a Dirty Used Cardigan Became a Pop Culture Legend | Culture

The 1990s, or what we understand as the 1990s, has been resurrected so many times that almost any teenager with a Vinted or Depop account and Instagram access can make a list of the most iconic clothes from the decade. It would include the Virgin Airlines sweatshirt that Lady Diana Spencer wore one day when […]

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From Postmodernism to Postmodernism – Economist Writing Every Day

Authors of the kind of books I read present themselves as a voice of reason against our decaying society that can no longer evaluate arguments or define moral principles. (I have fun at parties.) “Postmodernism” has been under attack all my life. For a while I had been looking for a successor to postmodernism. To […]

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APAture 2022: Your Guide to the Return of Kearny Street Workshop’s Asian American Arts Showcase

Artist Heesoo Kwon. Photo: Andrew Sung-Taek Ingersol Kearny Street Workshop, the world’s oldest multidisciplinary Asian American arts group, continues to celebrate its 50th anniversary with the full-scale return of APature, its flagship event. After a pandemic hiatus in 2020 and a soft relaunch last year, the month-long visual arts, music, film and comedy festival returns […]

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Artnet Auctions specialists share the stories behind 5 works by iconic British artists, from Banksy to Bridget Riley

Live until October 13, Artnet Auctions’s Premier Prints & Multiples Sale collects masterpieces in a range of mediums, from serigraphs and monotypes to etchings and sculptures. The sale is also packed with some of England’s most notable artists, including Francis Bacon, Banksy, Ian Davenport, Lucian Freud, David Hockney, Harland Miller. Julien Opieand Brigitte Riley. We […]

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The left has a race and a gender, but no class

Jhe postmodern triumvirate of race, gender and class has been torn apart. The split seems irreparable and permanent. Although leftists talk obsessively about race and gender, they now rarely mention class. Tune into NPR, an accurate gauge of superficial ideological fashion, and in a sentence or two, the story you hear will turn out to […]

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The 20 Most Popular Movie-Inspired Baby Names

To get an idea of ​​what baby names will be mainstream in a year or two, just watch today’s biggest movies. New parents have been drawing inspiration from pop culture for decades. The names below have all been popularized by blockbuster movies, from superhero blockbusters to classic comedies. To determine the most successful movie-inspired baby […]

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Latin Expressions celebrates culture, community through dance, film, visual arts, literature and more — Stir

In celebration of its 10th anniversary, VLACC presents Latin Expressions, a month-long series of arts events, many of which are free, presented in partnership with four of the city’s leading arts groups: the Vancouver; Vancouver Writers Festival; DanceHouse; and Museum of Anthropology. From October 7 to November 5, the celebration includes film, dance, visual arts, […]

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Louis Vuitton Security Guard slaps child at Paris Fashion Week, video shows

A video showing a 13-year-old child being slapped by a security guard outside the Louvre on Tuesday, during Paris Fashion Week, has been widely shared online. It was filmed during an event organized at the art gallery by the French company Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton [LVMH]specializing in luxury fashion. An employee cleans the deserted Napoleon […]

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Bond and the Beatles: the day in 1962 that changed Britain

Within Britain, the years immediately following the Second World War were marked by austerity, while the Suez Crisis of 1956 made it clear that the UK was no longer the political superpower or soldier he had long boasted of being. “At that time Britain needed a new history and a new way of understanding itself,” […]

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Founders of Feminist Faith, Community Archivists: APAture Highlights Remarkable Women Creators

During her recent stint as artist-in-residence at Chinatown 41 Ross Gallery, Heesoo Kwon wanted to do what she could for the people of Chinatown. “I wanted to think about how to support the community and the economy there,” she told 48hills. “People were hurting during the pandemic, so I wanted to bring some positive energy […]

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General Idea HIV exhibition at the National Gallery of Canada until November 20, 2022 – Apartment613

Advertising: Advertising: By Hannah Wanamaker Throughout the pandemic years, queer art has become a lifeline for the queer community. In my opinion, one of the best examples of Canadian queer art is the General idea AIDS Exhibition currently on display at National Gallery of Canada. It takes the dark and deadly history of […]

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The originals of Warhol, Pollock and Lichtenstein displayed at the Washington Pavilion

SIOUX FALLS, SD (Dakota News Now) – Visitors to the Washington Pavilion’s Visual Arts Center can now view works by well-known artists such as Andy Warhol, Jackson Pollock, Chuck Close, Willem de Kooning, Jasper Johns, Roy Lichtenstein , Thomas Moran, and more. The Visual Arts Center at the Washington Pavilion currently houses more than 70 […]

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Civilization’s finest veneer

Civilization is fragile. It’s about insuring the things of life. To be able to eat, to move, to have shelter, to be free from state or tribal coercion, to be safe abroad and safe at home – only this allows cultures to be freed from the daily drudgery of mere survival. Only civilization allows humans […]

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Make this Christmas magical with the first-ever Jelly Belly® collection of Harry Potter™ Butterbeer™ sweets

Jelly Belly unveils five new Wizarding World-inspired treats – the stocking filler every fan dreams of LONDON, October 3, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Calling all witches, wizards and Muggles: Jelly Belly Candy Company, in partnership with Warner Bros. Consumer Products, is thrilled to announce five new additions to its collection of Harry Potter-inspired confections. Launching just […]

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Why did JRD Tata’s Air India have 8,000 artistic treasures? Raza, Husain, ashtrays by Dali

In mid-2012, out of the blue, reports surfaced that Air India was preparing to sell its art collection, one of the most valuable in the world. It was then that the national carrier, mismanaged by national leaders for a long time, had incurred a debt of ₹43,777 crore and racked up losses (over the previous […]

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With a new $94 million building, the Orange County Museum of Art gets its own version of the Met Museum Steps

Architect Thom Mayne of Los Angeles firm Morphosis says in his line of work, “everyone has one”: a construction project that threatens never to finish. In his case, it’s the Orange County Museum of Art (OCMA), which he began designing 14 years ago and which has only just been completed with a 24-hour opening celebration […]

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Ticket holders arrive at the show to find it has been canceled

Dana Lynn Nice/Stuff Postmodern Jukebox, a file photo of the 2021 touring jazz band. The late cancellation of Postmodern Jukebox’s previously postponed Dunedin concert took hundreds of ticket holders by surprise. The musical collective were due to perform their first show of their New Zealand tour at Dunedin Town Hall on Saturday, starting at 8 […]

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“Interview with the Vampire” has an enduring legacy. Look inside his TV revival

CNN — It’s been nearly half a century since “Interview with the Vampire” was published, leaving its mark on popular culture. Written by the late Anne Rice, the book became the first of the “Vampire Chronicles”, which includes 12 follow-up novels. “Interview” itself was adapted into a 1994 feature film starring Brad Pitt and Tom […]

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Meet the Artist Who Just Launched Christie’s New Platform for NFT Sales

Diana Sinclair Neesmith Onzeur Acclaimed visual artist Diana Sinclair’s first solo exhibition serves as the launch pad for Christie’s 3.0, the auction house’s new platform for on-chain NFT sales. Stepsa curated auction of nine NFTs, is currently open for auction until October 11 and on display at Christie’s Galleries in New York until October 5. […]

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The Orange County Museum of Art celebrates its opening with a 24-hour party October 8-9

IN THE BLINK OF AN EYE at the steps of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, a set of grand staircases serve as a gathering place for visitors to the OC Museum. September 30, 2022 By Lydia Ringwald The new Orange County Museum of Art, the latest jewel in the crown of the Segerstrom Center, opens […]