Monthly Archives: October 2021

Rethinking Black Studies as a project of freedom

Abdul Alkalimat talks about his new book, The history of black studies, exploring some of the complex and diverse historical origins that led to the emergence of Black Studies in the United States as an intellectual history, as a social movement, and as an academic profession. October is Black History …

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Van Gogh Museum presents rejected masterpiece

EEVERYONE THINKS they know Vincent van Gogh until they see “The Potato Eaters” (photo). Painted in the Netherlands in 1885, his tone is as distant as one might imagine from the flaming sunflowers of his later work in the south of France. Five members of a farm household huddle around …

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Letters to the Editor, October 29, 2021 | Opinion

Letters to the Editor, October 29, 2021 Housing and hairdressers I am writing to offer a simple solution to the housing shortage in our community. In short, we need more hairdressers. At first glance, hairdressers and housing may not seem related, but the truth is, meaningful conversations held in the …

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Artist and San Francisco native Carlos Santana to unveil the Santana family mural with a blessing and dedication ceremony at Station 24 and Mission BART on Friday, October 29 at noon

Speakers at the mural unveiling ceremony include the Mayor of London Breed, Carlos and Salvador Santana SAN FRANCISCO, October 29, 2021– (COMMERCIAL THREAD) – The long-awaited wall dedication, ribbon cutting and blessing ceremony in honor of HEALTH Family at 24e & Mission Street BART Plaza Southwest Station Fridays- 29 octobere …

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10 games like Battlefield to discover

DICE’s Battlefield series returns in November with Battlefield 2042, which takes players into the near future with a proxy war in the United States and Russia raging and natural disasters everywhere. We got our hands on the beta and came away overall impressed. But if Battlefield isn’t specifically your cup …

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NENT Group orders new crime drama Viaplay Original Cell 8

25/10/2021 – The show, based on the international bestseller of the same name by Anders Roslund and Börge Hellström, will be directed by Johan Brisinger Actor Leonard Terfelt, author Anders Roslund and actress Mimosa Willamo (© Johnny Wohlin / Viaplay) NENT Group announced the creation of a new Viaplay Original …

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What Tara couldn’t know before college

When Tara Westover left for college, her worldview was no longer dominated by her father’s perspective. Source: Photo by Sharefaith from Pexels “There is a world out there, Tara,” he said. “And it will be very different once Daddy doesn’t whisper his point of view in your ear anymore.” This …

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Beyond Van Gogh: The Immersive Experience Coming Soon to Reno

RENO, Nevada – (COMMERCIAL THREAD) –Paquin Entertainment Group proudly announces Beyond Van Gogh: The Immersive Experience come to Reno for a limited commitment. Created by Franco-Canadian Creative Director Mathieu St-Arnaud and his world-renowned Montreal team Normal studio, this immersive experience presents more than 300 iconic works of art by Vincent …

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World Renowned Artist Romero Britto and Grammy Award Winning Producer DJ White Shadow Collaborate on Limited Edition NFT Art Collection to be Sold Exclusively on YellowHeart

A portion of sales of selected items will be donated to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital Posted: October 21, 2021 at 9:00 a.m. EDT|Update: 48 minutes ago NEW YORK, 21 October 2021 / PRNewswire / – Today, Yellow heart, the NFT marketplace for music, ticketing and community tokens that accepts …

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Van Gogh alive:

The founder also called on Luminis Partners seek new capital for the company as it embarks on a plan to build more permanent galleries and expand its traveling exhibitions in a post-pandemic world. “I just want to see more people around the world engaging in art and culture,” says Peterson. …

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NATO’s Mind Control Commitment

Today’s technology-driven, media-manipulated civilization has succeeded in imposing a degree of hyperreality capable of obscuring any vestiges of reality that still remain within the grasp of the average person. It requires a constant effort to distract from the hyperreality itself. On rare occasions when hyperreality gives a glimpse of its …

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Stevens Park hosts Nature and Art Day

KERSHAW – If you’re looking for a chance to go out and enjoy the change of seasons and have some old school fun in a small town, you’ll get it this weekend.The annual Nature and Art Day in the Park is 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday, October 23 …

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Northrup King Apartments to house artists in Minneapolis

The historic Northrup King campus in northeast Minneapolis, where artists have long established their studios, is fast becoming a place they can live too. After two years of fundraising, nonprofit developer Artspace finalized its plan to transform three buildings on the sprawling campus into 84 affordable apartments and a cultural …

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Author Nati Del Paso Announces Release of “Women of Fire and Snow” – A Collection of Short Stories of Women Straddling the US-Mexico Border While Finding Their Place and Their Voices

Cultural identity, gender violence, forced migration, sacrifice, love and resilience frame stories full of suspense where realism is lifted by the supernatural and the mystical. From the deserts and volcanoes of Mexico to the haunted forests, mountains and rivers of the Pacific Northwest, these fast-paced stories blend social commentary with …

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Keeping the Kathak alive in Pakistan

Nighat Chaodhry hopes to preserve the form of classical Indian dance and, with it, part of Pakistan’s history and identity. Pakistan is a vibrant and colorful country, but you might be surprised to learn that the land of cricket, parathas and ladoo also has a rich but hidden dance heritage. …

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Prosperity for all nations possible thanks to international relations without American hegemony: Analyst – world news

The sixth in a series of preliminary meetings of the 2nd International Conference on the Decline of the United States: The Post-American World, was hosted by the conference secretariat on “Emerging Multipolarity and the Rise of Non-Western Theories of International Relations. ”Dr Yousef Azizi, foreign policy analyst, attended the meeting …

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Bengal Foundation exhibits two documentaries

Art and entertainment office Sun Oct 10, 2021 2:40 PM Shahid Kabir addressing the audience at the screening of “” Prantikatar Rupakar “at Bengal Shilpalay Photo: Courtesy “> Shahid Kabir addressing the audience at the screening of “” Prantikatar Rupakar “at Bengal Shilpalay Photo: Courtesy The Bengal Foundation recently hosted …

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From engineer to sought-after “micro-artist”

“Good things come in small packages,” the saying goes… and David Lindon seems to have taken that to heart. An engineer by training, Lindon turned his hobby into a lucrative profession, after his tiny versions of six major works sold for $ 123,000 before his first exhibition. The collection, made …

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Make it pop – The New Indian Express

Express news service Aditya Chawla, a 25-year-old artist from Sonipat, started painting four years ago. A former engineer who graduated from BITS Pilani, Chawla decided to quit at the age of 21 to pursue a full-time career in art. Painting in his signature style, which he calls 2Dealism — he …

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Can graphene, a “wonderful material” that is an atom thick, prevent valuable works of art from fading? Scientists say it’s promising

To non-chemical engineers, an invisible protective cloak one atom thick that blocks oxygen can look like science fiction – the kind of weapon a supervillain would wield to hold earth’s ransom. for harmful purposes. But new research published in Nature Nanotechnology confirms that graphene, which is real, can protect some …

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Lady Gaga’s latest music video pays homage to Georgian-Armenian filmmaker Sergei Parajanov’s masterpiece [VIDEO]

A 1969 arthouse masterpiece by Georgian-Armenian filmmaker Sergei Parajanov is honored in Lady Gaga’s latest video, featuring 911 – singer and songwriter’s collaboration with video director Tarsem Singh – recreate shots of The color of pomegranates. Realizing the long-held idea of ​​Grammy Award-winning Singh, the recreation of the visuals of …

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ArtfixDaily calendar of events

‘Deeep’ disrupts London art scene with first AI Art Fair https://www.deeep.art A groundbreaking new AI art fair will run alongside Frieze this month, featuring the world’s most illustrious artists in AI and NFT, among others; Obviously, Oxia Palus and Alexander Reben. The AI-themed vibe will feature AI cocktails, AI food …

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The Boston Exhibition is a Non-Gogh

Arts Bostonians better save their money and skip the new exhibit at the Strand Theater. “Van Gogh: The Immersive Experience” is now open in Boston at the Strand Theater. Jonathan Wiggs / Globe Staff As I waited for my Uber in Dorchester for the opening of “Van Gogh: The Immersive …

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Simone Kestelman’s warriors on display at RoCA

Simone Kestelman’s warriors on display at RoCA Property Posted: Wednesday 06 October 2021 18:16 Joanne wallenstein The work of Scarsdale artist Simone Kestelman will be featured in an exhibition of female sculptures at RoCA, the Rockland Center for the Arts in Nyack, starting October 15, 2021. The Women in Sculpture …

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Wole Soyinka: Books that really change the world?

Who will watch the observers, indeed? There are direct echoes of Swift’s cannibalism in Soyinka’s Chronicles, where one of the central characters, a surgeon called Dr Menka, who spends his days caring for the mutilated victims of violence endemic to the Jos region, finds out. a thriving underground market for …

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What was the real secret to Van Gogh’s success?

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. – Before developing his famous “drip technique,” ​​abstract artist Jackson Pollock dabbled in drawing, printmaking, and surreal paintings of humans, animals and nature. According to a new study involving researchers at the Penn State College of Information Sciences and Technology, this period of exploration followed by the …

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French and Russian art on the scale of war and peace

PARIS – Sometimes we aspire to the beauty of little things: the haiku, the string quartet, miniature engraving. And then other times tovarishch, you need your beauty as big as the motherland. “The Morozov Collection: Icons of Modern Art”, which opened its doors last week at the Louis Vuitton Foundation …

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All the time in the world …

“No Time to Die”, starring Daniel Craig as James Bond for the last time, retains the melancholy and relative crude realism of Craig-era Bond. More importantly, the film retains the longer, deeper conversations introduced in recent Bond films. The introductory conversation between Vesper and Bond in Casino Royale is classic; …

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From Leonardo da Vinci to Picasso

Drawing is one of the oldest forms of visual art with a long and diverse history. It is widely regarded as the foundation of all art and the first medium that students should master. And although its widespread accessibility means that it continues to be a popular pursuit for creatives …

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Art, animals and icons: 11 great things to do in October

William Wegman, Looking Right, 2015, courtesy of Sperone Westwater, NewYork Discover your inner beastThe month of October starts with a beautiful day for young and old at the Kunsthal in Rotterdam. We are animals is an often joyful but also critical look at our relationship with animals seen through the …

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3 fall events not to miss for design lovers

3 must-see fall events for design lovers – 5280 “Ocelots Blue Pearl Managuas”, 60 x 70 inches, oil on canvas, 2021, by Hunt Slonem. Courtesy of K Contemporain Here and now artist Hunt Slonem’s first solo exhibition in Denver; the diverse fall launch of Design Within Reach; an exhibition for …

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Leaders and Leadership | Belleville intelligence

Breadcrumb Links Opinion Column Author of the article: Louis Delvoie Release date : 01 Oct 2021 • 16 minutes ago • 5 minutes to read Content of the article Over the years, many men and women have been hailed as great leaders. But what exactly is leadership? The simple answer …

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11 things to do in Dallas in October

Texas State FairUntil October 17 | Fairground Big Tex’s signature phrase – “Hi, folks! – serves as the theme for this year’s State Fair. Which makes sense. After a COVID hiatus in 2020, the extra tall cowboy and the rest of the gang are back and ready to welcome visitors …

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