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Best Book and Author Events in Houston: December 2022

Earlie Hudnall, Jr. and Letitia Huckaby to sign books at Art League Houston in December | Photo: Alex Barbier; Courtesy of Art League Houston Dive into virtual and live book events, latest author appearances, and more with our roundup of book and literary events taking place in Houston in December 2022. The holiday season brings […]

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Art-Couture exhibition at the Quebecor Gallery

Jean-Claude Poitras retrospective 50 years Galerie Quebecor is celebrating the 50-year career of Quebec designer Jean-Claude Poitras with Art-Couture, an exhibition of his work that opens today at Quebecor’s head office. The eminent fashion designer and ambassador of Quebec revisits his haute couture classics and draws inspiration from them to create unique works of art […]

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More in store for vacation home tour – Washington Daily News

More in store for the holiday home tour Posted at 8:00 a.m. on Saturday, November 19, 2022 1 of 3 Photos used with permission Photo used with permission Photo used with permission It’s that time of year again to enjoy one of Washington’s most anticipated winter events. More than just an open house, the annual […]

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Weslaco ISD will host an exhibition on social and emotional learning for students

WESLACO, Texas (ValleyCentral) – Officials from the Student Support Services Department at Weslaco ISD are preparing to host an exhibit for students to improve their social and emotional learning skills. A licensed school psychologist, Dr. Adam Saenz, will host a presentation for elementary and middle school students on Thursday to discuss topics including emotional regulation, […]

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JFK Terminal 4 honors veterans

New York City residents and the John F. Kennedy International Airport Terminal 4 community attended a special celebration in honor of Veterans Day. The Nov. 10 event spotlighted veterans and their time of service through a new partnership with a nonprofit organization that empowers veterans through various art forms. JFK International Air Terminal (JFKIAT), a […]

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11 Clever Ways to Promote Your Art Business

Whatever your brand of creativity – visual artist, photographer, writer, performer, drag star – there comes a time when you want to stop doing it for your own enjoyment and start doing it for clients with real money. So how do you promote yourself in a way that’s both creative and profitable? Digital presence Clearly, […]

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Wearable art exhibit challenges people to see fashion as art

Fashion is at the center of the new King Street Station art exhibit in downtown Seattle. “Imminent Mode” is an annual exhibition that showcases wearable art. Jordan Christianson, Anouk Rawkson and Adé A Cônnère started the project after struggling to find opportunities for themselves as artists. Now in its sixth year, “Imminent Mode” has brought […]

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Theaster Gates Nasher Food Pop-Up to Merge Japanese and African American Tastes

Artist Theaster Gates will open a new project at the Nasher Sculpture Center in Dallas this month, offering visitors the chance to sample Japanese and Southern African-American influenced dishes on a table made by the artist, while listening to music curated by him and seeing his other works. Afro Mingei will be open to the […]

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Photographer Alshaibi is the next Hixson-Lied Visiting Artist | Nebraska today

Sama Alshaibi, who works between photography, video, performance and installation, will present the next Hixson-Lied Visiting Scholar Lecture at 5:30 p.m. on November 9 at Richards Hall, room 15. The conference is free and open to the public. Alshaibi is a professor of photography, video and imaging at the University of Arizona in Tucson. Her […]

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The National Portrait Gallery announces “Portrait of a Nation: 2022 Honorees”, an exhibition of recently commissioned portraits, which will open on November 10

The Smithsonian’s National Portrait Gallery will present “Portrait of a Nation: 2022 Honorees” on November 10, featuring the museum’s seven winners of the 2022 Portrait of a Nation awards. The exhibit includes newly acquired portraits of award winners José Andrés, Clive Davis, Ava DuVernay, Marian Wright Edelman, Anthony S. Fauci, MD, Serena Williams, and Venus […]

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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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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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“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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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Midwest Arts and Arts Group Produce New Bedford Campaign Love Letter

NEW BEDFORD – A new ‘Love Letter to New Bedford’ campaign has been launched to empower and promote local artists. With the help of Creative Ambassadors and a Connecting Creation Cohort assembled by New Bedford Creative, under the direction of Arts Midwest, the project will weave stories of connection and creativity into a public narrative […]

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West Norfolk Artists Association collaborates with King’s Lynn Purfleet Brasserie to promote the visual arts

A new collaboration between Purfleet Brasserie and the West Norfolk Artists Association (WNAA) in Lynn will provide a venue for the visual arts. Last week, an official event was held at the Brewery on Tuesday evening, attended by West Norfolk Mayor Lesley Bambridge. The Mayor showed his support for the new collaboration with brewery owners […]

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How do you encourage millennials to move to Traverse City?

How do you get a millennial to move their family or business to Traverse City? After five years, multiple grants, and setting up a digital talent attraction campaign, the Traverse Connect team thinks they have a pretty good idea. In 2017, a Michigan Office of Film and Digital Media grant was awarded to five […]

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The Wesleyan Argus | “The Dreams of Sentences” by Renee Gladman conceptualizes language through art

c/o Dario Lasagni “The Dreams of Sentences,” a new exhibition at Ezra and Cecile Zilkha Gallery featuring works by artist Renee Gladman, reconceptualizes the relationship between writing and visual art. The exhibition was inaugurated on Tuesday September 6, with an official opening on Tuesday September 13. “A writer and artist preoccupied with the crossings, thresholds […]

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Sunflowers surge as Nye Beach Banner Project embraces solidarity with Ukraine

Jill Pridgeon says the banner project reminded her of photos of hippies putting flowers down the barrels of National Guard rifles at Kent State, an image echoed in her banner. In the 14 seasons banners flew from lampposts from Nye Beach to Newport, themes have included the 2017 eclipse, safety, diversity and COVID. This year’s […]

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Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2

Killstreaks play an important role in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2, and this guide will help players master this mechanic. Killstreaks have a long history in the Call of Duty franchise, and they returned once more in Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2. While it can be quite difficult to earn a killstreak, they […]

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Loveland Museum’s Beet Education Center serves as canvas for acclaimed artist – Loveland Reporter-Herald

For Don Rimx, art is about making connections – between people, their communities and their stories. Through vivid colors and interwoven symbology, his murals not only reflect their surroundings, but tell their stories in a new and dynamic way. This week, the famous Rimx is in downtown Loveland for a new project at the city’s […]

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Rush for new royal figureheads begins among UK arts organizations | King Charles III

JThe British Open Brass Band Championship, one of more than 50 arts organizations that boasted the Queen as a patron, had further reason to mourn her death as musicians from Brighouse & Rastrick took up the challenge in Birmingham on Last weekend. Like many major creative institutions, galleries and museums, the marching band competition now […]

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News | City of West Hollywood

The City of West Hollywood announces the launch of the upcoming Moving Image Media Art (MIMA) program exhibition and the worldwide launch of THREE UNKNOWN WOMEN FILMASTERS, a collection of three short films, by artist Sabrina Gschwandtner. The THREE NEGLECTED FEMALE FILMASTERS I’m filming, I’m shooting will be broadcast at the beginning of each hour, […]

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Save the Date for the Tim Sullivan Family Scholarship Concert

Photo courtesy Carole HowardSinger-songwriter Tim Sullivan and his family will perform at 7:30 p.m. Nov. 5 in a cabaret-style benefit concert at the DoubleTree Hotel Ballroom in Durango, showcasing the impressive musical skills of three family members, plus two other special guests: left to right, Jon Weber on piano, KT Sullivan, Tim Sullivan, Elizabeth Sullivan […]

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Art Notes | News | currypilot.com

“In Our Veins: A Riverside Performance Tour” DiRT & GLiTTER announce the world premiere of “In Our Veins,” an immersive and unique riverside performance-adventure tour featuring live comedy, music and dance with eight artist acts local and regional. This guided tour experience on the Smith River will take place August 13-14, with members of the […]

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EMPAC is back in person

After two and a half years of pandemic closures, EMPAC is reopening to the public this fall. EMPAC, RPI’s arts research center dedicated to cutting-edge work that blurs disciplines and infuses art, science and technology, welcomes audiences back with an ambitious season of four premieres and two previews through pandemic residencies. “Normally we don’t have […]

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Life is Beautiful 2022 Brings Fresh Art to the Streets of Downtown Vegas

Once again, Life is Beautiful features a strong visual arts program alongside its musical, culinary and comedy offerings, and once again promises to leave a prettier downtown Las Vegas in its wake. This year’s international arts program, once again co-organized by LIB and “global creative house” Justkids, continues the festival’s tradition of building-sized works by […]

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Precious metals at ShockBoxx in Hermosa

Gold heart Christina Smith’s Solo Exhibit “Integrated” Opens Saturday at ShockBoxx by Bondo Wyszpolski Traumatic events can aggravate a person and push them into a hole they may never get out of. But if a traumatic experience causes a person to delve into the essence of who they are and explore their own value as […]

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Florida State University Launches Creative Arts Festival

Florida State University’s Office of Research presents the Creative Arts Festival, a collaborative, campus-wide event showcasing the diverse voices, talents, and creativity of FSU faculty and students. Departments across campus will come together October 6-9 to celebrate the innovation and diversity that result from combining diverse mediums and topics. The festival will feature a wide […]

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Walk in the cypresses: Pieces of the world | Arts and theater

One way to look at visual art, and perhaps all art, is to think of it as a slice of life – of someone’s life, both seen and lived. The artist sees then shares the gaze. Artists select pieces of the world – whether meaningful or not, beautiful or not, real or not – and […]

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Submit an article | Synapse UCSF

Synapse plays the vital role of strengthening the fabric of a widely dispersed campus community by providing information about UCSF, and especially student life, that cannot be found anywhere else. All UCSF students and affiliates are invited to submit an article to our publication. Once an article is received, it will be scheduled for publication […]

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Putting the arts on the agenda at the Jobs and Skills Summit

The Jobs and Skills Summit is an initiative of the Australian Government (through the Department of Treasury) held in Canberra on 1-2 September. The Summit brings together trade unions, employers, civil society and governments to address our common economic challenges. While a platform for discussion and reform to emerge from the pandemic may seem like […]

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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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‘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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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‘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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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 […]

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“Before the war” new exhibition at the National Museum of Fine Arts in Odessa

Today, July 30, a new exhibition opened at the State Museum of Fine Arts in Odessa for the first time since the beginning of the war. “Before the war” is the name of the exhibition, prepared before February 24. Before the war, this was how millions of Ukrainians at the end of winter marked the […]

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Diversity at all levels at the Roland’s Estate auction

Auction at Glen Cove, NY GLEN COVE, NY — There was something for everyone at the July 16 Roland NY estate sale, evidenced by the event’s two best-selling lots, each ending at $11,875. One was a set consisting of two carved Chinese jade ornaments – a figure of a man holding a censer, 2 inches […]

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Works by SAA members exhibited at the Summit Art Gallery in Weirton | News, Sports, Jobs

In the first row, from left to right, Bob Watson, initiator of the event; Judy Schmidt, SAA President; Michael Swartzmiller, member of the Top of West Virginia Arts Council; and Rachel Keeney, executive director of the Top of West Virginia Convention and Visitors Bureau. – contributed Fran Veltri, left, SAA trustee […]

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After a two-year hiatus, the Seattle art fair returns

Seattle is known for being “out there”, both geographically and ideologically. Consistently ranked among the nation’s most progressive cities, its thuggish mentality is also evident in its arts scene, which embodies Seattle’s pioneering spirit while highlighting the many challenges facing the growing metropolis, including the gentrification, homelessness and worsening income inequality. Never a community to […]

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Columbia College Hosts Mixed Media Painting Exhibit

All are invited to come and admire the works of Joy Willow, currently on display at Columbia College. The works are staged in the Manzanita building, Rotunda gallery in the campus administration building. Summer hours for the show are 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Thursday and the show runs until Thursday, August 11. […]

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Serving at-risk students with music

MARY REICHARD, HOST: Today is Tuesday July 19th. You are listening to WORLD Radio and we are delighted! Hello. I am Mary Reichard. NICK EICHER, HOST: And I’m Nick Eicher. Next step: Serving students at risk of academic failure. We know that music lessons benefit students creatively and academically. Several studies have shown this. Some […]

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Exploring Odilon Redon’s Otherworldly Symbolist Art

Late 19th century France was an exciting time for avant-garde artists. While the best-known figures of this period can be grouped into the Impressionist and Post-Impressionist art movements, there are other creators from this era who possessed unique and enduring aesthetics. One of these people was the French artist Odilon Redon. Interested in depicting imaginary […]

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Call for Nominations: 2022 Southern Miss Ceramics National

The Museum of Art at the School of Performing and Visual Arts at the University of Southern Mississippi has announced a call for entries for its 2022 Ceramics National. Artists from across the country are invited to submit original works created during the course. of the past five years. Ceramic sculptures, vessel forms (both functional […]

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Eileen Jeng Lynch named senior curator of the Bronx Museum of the Arts

The Bronx Museum of the Arts announced that it has hired Eileen Jeng Lynch as its new director of curatorial affairs, effective August 1. Jeng Lynch succeeds Antonio Sergio Bessa, who left in 2019 and is now the museum’s emeritus chief curator. She comes to the museum with a strong background in politically and ecologically […]

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Memories & Inspiration exhibition makes way for ASU

ALBANY, Ga. (WALB) — On their special tour featuring the Memories and Inspiration exhibit, Atlanta natives Kerry and C. Betty Davis chose Albany State University (ASU) as their only stop in Georgia . The couple started collecting art around 35 years ago and have selected 67 images that focus specifically on the black image. Some […]

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KWC develops graphic design, animation programs | New

Kentucky Wesleyan College’s Graphic Design and Animation programs are expanding to offer more courses and sprucing up some of the courses previously offered. Heather Logsdon, president of KWC’s humanities division, said she’s thrilled the department is expanding to offer courses for animation majors. “We had animation classes as part of the graphic design program, but […]

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“No to war”: Ukrainian children tell the story of the invasion through art – Visual arts – Arts and culture

“It’s worth reminding adults – the whole world – that children see all this, live it, feel it. And unlike us, they can’t make decisions,” said Olena Sotnyk, Ukrainian politician and adviser of the Prime Minister. as well as one of the organizers of the exhibition. “They expect adults and the world to act to […]

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Summer Adventures at the High Street Theater – Farmville

Summer is the time for adventure at the High Street Theatre. Search for pirate treasure while escaping a crime family with “The Goonies” at 3 and 6 p.m. Thursday, July 14 and 3 p.m. Friday, July 15, or join four friends in 1959 for a very different kind of trip to the classic film Coming […]

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About the Madison Arts Commission – Planning – DPCED

Katie Howarth Ryan was recently appointed to the Advisory Board of the Madison Museum of Contemporary Art (MMOCA), where she sits on the Collection’s Standing Committee. Ryan completed two terms on the MMOCA Board of Directors and previously served as its Curator of Education. Ryan is also currently a professor at the Chazen Museum of […]

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Freiman family donates over $2 million to App State

BOONE, NC — The Freiman family has donated more than $2 million to Appalachian State University to support An Appalachian Summer Festival and university libraries. The gifts were given in memory of Larry Freiman – who died in 2021 – by his wife, Barbara, and their children and grandchildren. “The Freimans have been valued […]

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Original works are coming to the Visual Arts Center at the Washington Pavilion this fall

The Visual Arts Center at the Washington Pavilion will host the traveling exhibition “Guild Hall: An Adventure in the Arts” this fall. The exhibition features more than 70 original works by more than 50 of the country’s most famous artists. Included are works by Andy Warhol, Jackson Pollock, Chuck Close, Willem De Kooning, Jasper Johns, […]

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New Director of UCSD’s Stuart Collection Aims for His Art to ‘Build Deep Connections’ with the Community

As you wander around the UC San Diego campus in La Jolla, you might come across more than 20 works of art infused into the landscape. These works, commissioned as part of the renowned Stuart Collection, have a new head – curator, writer and artistic project manager Jessica Berlanga Taylor. As Director of the Stuart […]

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Does creativity increase with age or does it decrease? A closer look – San Gabriel Valley Tribune

Q. Could you please settle a slight disagreement between my husband and me? Our five-year-old granddaughter came home with beautiful drawings. My husband was so impressed and suggested that the youth was on his side, implying that older people usually lose some of their creativity. I strongly disagree and believe that aging is an advantage. […]

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FBI seizes dozens of disputed Basquiat works from Florida museum

The FBI raided a Florida art museum on Friday and seized more than twenty paintings attributed to the artist Jean-Michel Basquiat following questions about their authenticity. Orlando Art Museum spokeswoman Emilia Bourmas-Fry said in a statement that they were complying with an FBI warrant for access to the ‘Heroes and Monsters’ exhibit, which is now […]

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Five gallery exhibits for your summer eyes: Indoor visual art brings in the light, shuns the heat

Stella Alesi in North-South Summer is coming ! Suggestion: Observe the most dynamic visual examples of reality – whether figurative, abstract or an amalgamation of these – extracted from entire worlds of creation by artists in this sizzling urban center. And, ahhhhh, do it from the air-conditioned comfort of Austin’s many private galleries this first […]

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Kids’ Art Abounds This Summer on Mercer Island / Art Scene

Kids’ Art Abounds This Summer on Mercer Island / Art Scene Participants immerse themselves in their art projects at a previous Mercer Island community event. Photo courtesy of MIVAL By Anne Hritzay Special for the journalist As activities resume post-COVID, Mercer Islanders will have various opportunities to view and participate in community arts activities and […]

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San Diego’s ‘Park Social’ with visual and performing arts projects – NBC 7 San Diego

An unusual sight in La Jolla has people stopping – and thinking. It’s called “Reflexion,” and it’s one of 18 visual and performing arts projects that have been commissioned for the City of San Diego’s Park Social initiative. The city launched Park Social in 2020 to help support artists during the pandemic and encourage people […]

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WestConn MFA Graduates Exhibit Art at Chelsea Gallery in NYC

The artwork of WestConn’s four recent visual arts graduates varies widely in style and theme, from botanical illustrations and seascapes reminiscent of 19th century impressionism to large geometric patterns and abstract paintings. There is a common denominator in their thesis work, however, in how the program challenged artists to really dig deep when creating art. […]

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‘Di Times Change’ for the 2nd Fine Art Printmakers of Ja exhibition

The Fine Art Printmakers of Jamaica (FAPJ) opens the second joint exhibition on Wednesday, June 15 at UWI Regional Headquarters, Mona. Working around the theme “Di Times Change”, more than 15 art printmakers will offer their experiences, concerns and perspectives on the issue of climate change. The exhibition is under the patronage of renowned ecologist […]

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Repositioning African art on the world stage

ARTS & JOURNAL Maria Varnana Maria Varnana, founder and director of Tiwani Contemporary, opens up to Yinka Olatunbosun during a recent encounter on his journey of promoting contemporary African art to the world which started 10 years ago in London and now with a new gallery in Lagos The expansive view of Tiwani Contemporary in […]

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Where to See Art Gallery Exhibits in the Washington, DC Area

Placeholder while loading article actions Personal identity is a mask, but for Ju Yun it is one she sews herself, using materials she makes and finds. His “East Meets West,” one of six Arlington Arts Center “Solos 2022” shows, brings together elements and collage images to symbolically (and playfully) represent the South Korea-raised Virginia artist. […]

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The Modern in Fort Worth explores the art of layers by Jamal Cyrus

FORT WORTH — Jamal Cyrus works in layers. Overlays of materials and associations. The Houston-born and based artist, educated at the Universities of Houston and Pennsylvania, works in a wide range of media, in two and three dimensions, and occasionally in sound. But the exhibition of his recent works at the Modern Art Museum in […]

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Beloved Staples art teacher retires after 21 years

On the occasion of her retirement from teaching the arts at Staples High School for 21 years, we ask Camille Eskell to reflect on her life and career. I was born and raised in Kew Gardens, Queens, NYC. I moved to Connecticut in 1990. What was your own artistic training and did it prepare you […]

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Without major donations, the Thousand Oaks Art Museum says it will close

The California Museum of Art Thousand Oaks is set to close without immediate major donations, museum officials say. Nancy Chappell, chair of the museum’s board of trustees, said on Thursday that due to the pandemic, the non-profit organization suffered significant revenue losses mainly because it could no longer hold events. fundraising. Unless the museum receives […]

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Visual Arts Review: The Wright Stuff – A Pair of Usonian Houses in Manchester, New Hampshire

The Currier Art Museum now owns and maintains two houses designed by the legendary American architect Frank Lloyd Wright. By Mark Faverman The entrance to Kalil House by Frank Lloyd Wright. Photo: Sean Dungan. In an upscale neighborhood lined with lush trees in Manchester, New Hampshire are two extraordinary one-story single-family homes. Both were created […]

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Kids and teens can try their hand at drawing, cooking, jewelry making and more at New Orleans Libraries | Entertainment/Life

Summer is synonymous with special activities at the New Orleans Public Library, many of which are geared toward children and teens. Check out the offerings and find something to engage, inform or entertain a young person in your life. Does your teenager like to draw? The Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Library is hosting a […]

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‘Women and Other Wild Creatures: Matrilineal Tales’ at Sapar Contemporary features Ukrainian and…

Zinaida. Dakini. Print, 2022Sapar Contemporary Organized by Nina Levent, Ph.D. June 3, 2022 – July 15, 2022 Opening – Friday June 3, 6-8 p.m. Zinaida. Dakini. Print, 2022 Please join us for the opening reception of Women and Other Wild Creatures: Matrilineal TalesFriday June 3, 2022, 6-8 p.m. We welcome small groups at Sapar Contemporary, […]

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Twin Steeples Creative Arts Center Announces Summer Activities | Livingston/Tangipahoa

The Twin Steeples Creative Arts Center in downtown Ponchatoula is gearing up for its first summer program. The summer events kick off at 6:30 p.m. on Wednesday, June 1 with Trippin’ with Trailblazers. Discover the innovative women in dance and music of Cynthia Fellom Tricou, co-founder, artistic director and teacher at Fellom Ballet, and James […]

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Female still life at Colnaghi, London

THE City of Milan declared the year 2020-21 as a celebration of talented women. In this context, the Palazzo Reale has planned an important exhibition of 35 Italian women artists of the 16th and 17th centuries. It began with the sculptress Properzia de’ Rossi, the only woman to appear in Giorgio Vasari’s Abridged Biography of […]

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MFA hires folk art curator, a first for the museum

Michael J. Bramwell, artist, scholar, and curator, will join the Museum of Fine Arts as Joyce Linde Curator of Folk and Self-Taught Art, a newly created position within the Art of the Americas department at the museum. In her new role, which is part of a larger folk art initiative, Bramwell will work with colleagues […]

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LeMoyne Arts pays tribute to beloved artist Ron Yrabedra

LeMoyne Arts’ main drawing and painting studio in its new arts education center will be called the Ron Yrabedra Drawing and Painting Studio. This tribute is intended to honor the role Yrabedra played in the development of LeMoyne and to keep the memory of the beloved artist, teacher and friend of the Tallahassee art community […]

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Look to the Streets for Cutting-Edge Visual Art: Darlene G. Michitsch

Guest columnist Darlene G. Michitsch is an associate professor of art history at Baldwin Wallace University. Originally from Clevelander, she has an abiding interest in local artists – past, present and future. Northeast Ohio is wonderfully awash with art institutions, from its esteemed museums to its pulsating gallery scene: the century-old Cleveland Museum of Art; […]

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The two attacks on the Faculty of Fine Arts

Around the same time an annual MSU Baroda Faculty of Fine Arts student exhibition was canceled due to protests against the presentation of a studentanother student was sent to prison for failing to appear at a hearing in a 2018 case which is a consequence of a similar 2007 protest. In both cases, the BJP […]

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Orléans Libraries Launches Summer of Music Workshops, Zoo Tours, Puppets, 3D Printing and More | Entertainment/Life

Fill your summer with events and activities, reading challenges, and the chance to win great prizes by signing up for the New Orleans Public Library’s annual Summer Fun program. It starts June 1. Libraries across the country are running summer reading programs to encourage reading as a lifelong habit, help children and teens maintain their […]

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Adrian City Market at Pavilion Opening Saturday

ADRIAN – A new era of farmers markets and outdoor vending machines will be welcomed to Adrian this weekend. The new Adrian City Market at the Pavilion will debut for the 2022 season on Saturday, May 21 at the Farmers Market Pavilion along Toledo Street in downtown Adrian. Market hours will be 9 a.m. to […]

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Community calendar 16.05.22 | Communication schedule

Monday Friends of Brunswick Library second-hand bookstore open from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. Monday to Friday. It is open 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturdays at the Library, 208 Gloucester Street, Brunswick. Paperbacks are $1 and hardbacks are $2. DVDs and audio books are also available. Wednesday The Literary Guild of St. Simons Island […]

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elementia number xix is ​​now available

The 19and problem of elementiafeaturing stunning writings and illustrations on the evocative theme of “the unknown,” is now available at Johnson County Library branches. elementia is Johnson County Library’s award-winning literary magazine for teens, published to represent and uplift young adults. The magazine’s editorial and design committees include high school students from across Johnson County […]

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Mellon and Ford Foundations Announce Second Cohort of Latinx Artist Fellows

The US Latinx Art Forum, with support from the Mellon and Ford Foundations, will offer 15 other visual artists unrestricted prizes from $50,000 NEW YORK, May 12, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — The Mellon Foundation and the Ford Foundation announced today the new cohort of the Latinx Artist Scholarship—a multi-year initiative administered by the American Latinx Art […]

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Cultural Forum scheduled for Thursday in Newburyport | Local News

NEWBURYPORT – The Newburyport Cultural Council will host its first Cultural Forum on Thursday, inviting local leaders to talk about the arts in the city The intention of the forum is to solidify Newburyport as a cultural center serving the North Shore, according to the council. The event will take place at the Custom House […]

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Professor Fred Hagstrom receives Distinguished Teaching of Art Award – News – Carleton College

Professor Fred Hagstrom At the College Art Association (CAA) Annual Conference in January, Fred Hagstrom, Rae Schupack Nathan Art Professor of Carleton, received the 2022 CAA Distinguished Teaching of Art Award. A Carleton faculty member since 1984, Hagstrom has had a profound impact on his students, many of whom have gone on to pursue careers […]

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Selections from Will Calhoun’s Rhythm Art/AZA Collection on Display at the National Museum of Mathematics, Ongoing Through July – Our Time Press

What do science, math and fine arts have to do with music?Plenty says Grammy Award-winning drummer Will Calhoun whose performance-art work combines his love for sound and science at an exhibition of selections from his groundbreaking Rhythm Art/AZA collection at the National Museum of Mathematics (MoMath) in Manhattan, which will continue until July 31. (The […]

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The FABRIC Arts Festival is coming to Fall River on May 12, 13 and 14

FALL RIVER — The third edition of the FABRIC Arts Festival will take place May 12, 13 and 14 at various locations across Fall River. Presented by Nova Inglaterra’s Casa dos Açores, curated by Michael Benevides in Fall River with the Portugal-based curatorial team of Jesse James and Sofia Carolina Botelho, the event is titled […]

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“Look at the artists.” Meet Herb Alpert, music legend and longtime arts philanthropist

In April 2019, I spoke with legendary musician, record executive, and philanthropist Herb Alpert, who was preparing to celebrate the 25th anniversary of his Herb Alpert Awards in the Arts, which he designed with his wife Lani Hall, and in collaboration with the California Institute of the Arts. It was a typically free conversation with […]

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UMaine in Farmington Names Spring Wilson Scholars

The 2022 University of Maine Farmington Spring Wilson Scholars, left to right, are Isabelle King, Miles Stevens, and Nik Schultz. Back from left are Drew Monteith and Maxen Ryder. Not pictured are Daniela Lilly Rodiles and Emily Moore. UMF picture The Michael Wilson Scholars Program at the University of Maine at Farmington has named seven […]