Monthly Archives: June 2022

New Artwork Installation Comes to Marshalltown Performing Arts Center | News, Sports, Jobs

CONTRIBUTED PHOTOS — Piece by artist Stephen Johnson before it was painted. It will arrive in Marshalltown next week and is expected to be installed at the Marshalltown Performing Arts Center. The Marshalltown Performing Arts Center Foundation and the Marshalltown Community School District/High School, in partnership …

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Brett Whiteley’s sudden death stuns the art world

At 21, Whiteley obtained a travel grant and traveled to Italy before settling in Great Britain in 1961, where he exhibited in a survey of recent Australian painting at the Whitechapel Gallery, in the company of Sidney Nolan, Arthur Boyd and Russell Drysdale (a painting was immediately purchased by the …

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How bipartisan gun control talks actually succeeded

Jtime is the enemy gun control laws, any lawyer will tell you. The outcry for tougher gun laws has always been loudest during times of national horror, in the hours and days after a massacre, when anger is high and the anguish of survivors and grieving families fill the airwaves. …

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Abstract works by Anne Marchand on July 30 at IMAS

LEFT; Anne MarchandMirror, 2016. 72 x 72, acrylic, ink, marker, beads, latex, bark and fabric on canvas. RIGHT; Anne Marchand, Unity, 2018. 70 x 62, acrylic and latex on canvas. Images courtesy of IMAS – Advertising – Texas Border Affairs McAllen, TX- The International Museum of Art & Science (IMAS) …

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Who really pays with buy now, pay later companies like Klarna and Affirm: NPR

CHERYL W THOMPSON, HOST: If you’ve shopped online recently, you might have seen an option that would let you pay some now and the rest later, interest-free. Buy now, pay later Businesses have exploded in popularity during the pandemic. Klarna, Afterpay and Affirm are just a few of them. Now …

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The Best Artist Biopics, Ranked

From Van Gogh’s famous “Starry Night“At Frida Kahlo’s”The two Fridas“, more often than not, we find ourselves contemplating these works of art without any idea of ​​their meaning. Each artist has his own reason for his creations, and these reasons arise from his subjective experiences. Thus, learning more about life …

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Literacy underpins the most spied on state in the world

Before progressive causes became the domain of the professional middle class, writers and artists looked to socialism for ideological comfort. Sadly, no society has lived up to the utopian hopes of equality and collective wealth that have filled thousands of books and inspired countless works of art. The most ambitious …

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Freddie Mercury’s ‘priceless’ stamp collection will be celebrated | Freddie Mercury

All Queen fans know how much Freddie Mercury enjoyed riding his bike, but fewer know about the flamboyant singer’s other great childhood hobby: collecting stamps. Today, for the first time, the Postal Museum is displaying one of Mercury’s “priceless” collector’s albums – its value is enhanced by the fact that …

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LOUD AND LIVE & PRIMO ENTERTAINMENT PARTNER AROUND IMMERSIVE EXPERIENCES

The partnership will focus on Frida Kahlo – The Life of an Icon Immersive biography, a national tour that begins in Montreal MIAMI, June 10, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Primo Entertainment and Loud And Live announce their partnership around the development and production of Frida Kahlo – The Life of an …

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School status during the pandemic predicted parental resilience

Credit: Unsplash/CC0 public domain Parents accustomed to homeschooling felt more resilient during the COVID-19 pandemic than those whose public school children were suddenly housebound, according to a Rice University study. This was especially true for home-schooled parents who remained physically active. But those who experienced increased stress because students were …

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Lawsuit challenging Trump Tower Black Lives Matter mural dismissed

A judge has upheld the previous dismissal of a lawsuit brought by a group of conservative women against a Black Lives Matter mural, painted in large-scale yellow lettering on the street outside New York’s Trump Tower. The mural was created in July 2020 on the Fifth Avenue roadway directly across …

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Cost of living crisis: Glasgow 4th hardest hit city in UK

Glasgow residents are among the hardest hit in the UK by the cost of living crisis, a study has found. Register to our GlasgowWorld Today newsletter Food, energy and fuel prices have all skyrocketed in recent months, leaving people struggling with ever-larger bills and leading them to seek cost-cutting measures. …

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Wolves have been in talks to sign the striker but must pay £18m to beat AC Milan

Photo by Pascal Della Zuana/Icon Sport via Getty Images Wolverhampton Wanderers will have to pay £18m to reunite Bruno Lage with Shakhtar Donetsk striker Pedrinho in the Premier League, Brazilian journalist Jorge Nicola has claimed on his YouTube channel. Last season, only three teams in England’s top flight scored fewer …

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The French grandfather of street art, Jacques Villeglé, dies at 96

Published on: 06/08/2022 – 15:21 French “grandfather” of street art, Jacques Villeglé died at the age of 96. He was known for his work reusing damaged posters that he collected and which have been displayed in museums around the world. “It is with great sadness that we learned of the …

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The MeToo film movement moves from rhetoric to action

Published on: 08/06/2022 – 07:52 Paris (AFP)- As the MeToo movement evolves, the film industry is looking for practical ways to ensure that its opposition to harassment and abuse translates into tangible improvements. Campaign group Time’s Up UK is the latest to come up with a concrete initiative, announcing plans …

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The Derbyshire drug addict has taken out £55,000 in loans on behalf of loved ones

Chris Flitter, 42, told unsuspecting victims he needed their bank details to transfer funds – but then used them to apply for more than 25 loans and transferred money to his own account. In total, the defendant tried to borrow over £200,000, but many of his requests from lenders were …

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World’s first immersive adventure in Indigenous art and culture

Grande Experiences, creators and producers of Van Gogh Alive, partner of the National Museum in a new digital experience A unique Indigenous cultural event that takes visitors on a journey through land, water and sky opens at the National Museum of Australia in Canberra on Wednesday June 8, 2022. Connection: …

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Birmingham Festival 2022 will host sports-inspired performances, films and visual arts installations

As Birmingham and the West Midlands prepare for the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games, the Birmingham 2022 Festival is hosting a range of performances, films and visual art installations, all inspired by sport. Until September 30, the Birmingham Festival 2022 is the biggest cultural celebration ever in the region, as well …

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A Barbershop financial management app relies on Bond for BaaS and i2c for payments

NEW YORK, NY – Photo by Bill Tompkins/Getty Images Astor Place Hairstylists. Getty Images Hair salons may not seem like a huge market, but the country has around 130,000 of them, and 20,000 use a hair salon management system called Squire. It handles online bookings, sends reminders to customers when …

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A chance to prove himself: Webb leads all-county football team, eagerly awaits opportunity at next level – Reuters

By David Shaw For the Salisbury post SALISBURY — As long as there is tomorrow, today is a starting point. That’s the spirit forward Sutton Webb brought to her final season of women’s soccer with the Salisbury Hornets this spring. Three months, 17 wins and a dizzying tally of goals …

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What we’re reading today: From zero to birth: how the human brain is built

DUBAI: Elisa Sednaoui can now add the best-selling author to her growing curriculum vitae. Shortly after the Egyptian-Italian-French model, filmmaker and humanitarian published her first book, ‘Nobody Can Make You Feel Bad Without Your Permission’ earlier this month, it became an instant bestseller. in Italy. The 34-year-old co-wrote the book …

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WA Symphony Orchestra and Asher Fisch play Haydn, Beethoven and Brahms at the Perth Concert Hall

A sense of nostalgia with a hint of mystery hung over the concert hall on Friday for the WA Symphony Orchestra’s star work, Haydn’s Sinfonia concertante. Four of WASO’s principal musicians – Liz Chee (oboe), Jane Kircher-Lindner (bassoon), Semra Lee-Smith (violin) and Eve Silver (cello) – were featured as soloists, …

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Highlights of Jill Magi’s “The Weft in Pencil” Exhibition

Retrospective of Lebanese-American artist Etel Adnan opens at the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam DUBAI: What do Vincent van Gogh and Etel Adnan have in common? The iconic Dutch artist was born in the Netherlands in 1853, the Lebanese-American artist and writer Adnan was born in Beirut under French mandate …

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City Life Org – Times Square Arts presents LaJuné McMillian’s motion portraits for June Midnight Moment

The artist uses VR technology and motion capture data to create individual video portraits in an archive of black dance culture Times Square Artsthe largest public platform for contemporary performance and visual arts, is pleased to present Motion Portraits by artist LaJune McMillian for the month of June as part …

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What to do now: May 31

Summer has unofficially begun and if you’re staying in town, there are plenty of extracurricular activities and events to keep you busy. Check out two new exhibits from Cal Academy that are suitable for all ages, or head out for a fun adults-only evening with art made with Legos. Performances, …

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