Monthly Archives: November 2022

It took three hours to peel the protesters out of Van Gogh’s frame

In late June, before Just Stop Oil became an internationally renowned climate protest network (and before they started throwing food away), two of its members walked into London’s Courtauld Gallery and stuck their hands together in the frame of “Peach Trees” by Vincent van Gogh. in bloom” (1889). The protest …

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The 10 best food movies and TV shows to watch this holiday season

An essential part of vacation planning: what you put on TV. Once you’ve drunk and are tired of answering prying questions from loved ones (yes, Uncle Bob, I intentionally dyed my hair Blue Ruin), the best distraction is to let the TV do the talking. (It’s a holiday tradition, not …

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Surrealism: how our wildest dreams come to life in design

“Surrealism is no longer an artistic movement but an attitude towards art and design”, explains Mateo Kries, director of the Vitra Design Museum, Germany, home to many of the most important surrealist works. This attitude is clearly at work at the exhibition strange clay, at the Hayward Gallery in London. …

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“Beyond Van Gogh” comes to life in an immersive and colorful art experience

MCALLEN, Texas (ValleyCentral) — “Beyond Van Gogh: Immersive Experience” projects the brushstrokes of Van Gogh’s paintings into larger-than-life cascades of color. Opening Friday, the interactive art exhibit will be on display for a limited time at McAllen. (Mia Morales/ValleyCentral) The show will bring 300 of the artist’s works to life …

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Lindsay Lohan is charming in this model romcom

An image from Falling for Christmas At the start of a Christmas movie, one of the protagonists comes from the upper echelons of society and the other is a warm working-class entrepreneur who says, “There’s something special about the simple things in life. life”, you can already wrote the end …

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An art history guide

The opinions expressed in this article are those of the author and do not reflect the views of Her Campus. what was that? Surrealism is one of the many famous art movements of the current era. You see these works of art all the time and you might not even …

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12 Dangerous Habits That Can Put You Even Deeper Into Debt

US consumer debt is at an all-time high. According to the New York Fed Consumer Credit Panel, total household debt in the third quarter of 2022 reached $16.5 trillion. Is there a way to crush your debt once and for all? Absolutely, but it requires avoiding bad financial habits that …

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overstockArt.com Announces Top 10 Most Searched Artworks for the 2022 Holiday Season

This holiday season, shoppers are picking up classics, from Rembrandt to Renoir Wichita, Kansas – November 17, 2022 – Oil painting reproduction giant – overstockArt.com – has revealed the Top 10 most popular works of art purchased as gifts or to spruce up the home in time for the holiday …

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Atlanta is the greatest show of all time – The Wire

The best. We are all looking for it. Whether it’s sports, media, music or food, we all strive for the best things. The culture is built on this craze for comparisons, Michael Jordan v Lebron, Top 5 rappers of all time, Versus battles, our culture is even built on moms …

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BITS & BYTES: conference on the podcast for children; Thanksgiving meal; Authentic Movement Workshop; Community Appreciation Dinner; Seagull watching; The orchestra now; Lenox Student Art Exhibit

Rebecca Sheir and Eric Shimelonis. Image courtesy of Lenox Library. ‘Circle Round’ hosts talk to Lenox Library Lenox– On Sunday November 20, 2022 at 4 p.m., Rebecca Sheir and Eric Shimelonis, host and composer of the award-winning children’s podcast “Circle Round”, will explain how they came up with the idea …

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Studies show that gains against child hunger were lost after the Child Tax Credit ended

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U-Va. shooter opened fire on a bus. His motive is unknown, police say.

CHARLOTTESVILLE — Em Gunter, 19, was watching a biology lecture on a computer in her University of Virginia dorm Sunday night when she heard three loud bangs. She looked at her friend and said, “Was that shots?” Then she heard three more shots. The friends were gripped by the terror …

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‘He’s holding back his demons’: Fans react to Jake Paul and Andrew Tate’s second showdown on Floyd Mayweather’s card

Even since pillorying Andrew Tate on social media forums with his brother Logan, Jake Paul has found himself in the Englishman’s crosshairs. The battle royale, geographically limited so far to exchanges from one side of the Atlantic to the other, stopped yesterday at the Coca-Cola Arena. ADVERTISING The article continues …

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Houghton Library Features Underground Queer Magazine Editor at Fall 2022 Hofer Conference | New

Linda Simpson, editor and publisher of My Comrade, spoke about her experience leading the queer magazine at this fall’s Hofer Conference on Thursday. The lecture was held at the Houghton Library in honor of the library’s “American Drag” exhibitwhich runs until January 2023. An issue of My Comrade is one …

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Catholic Charities Help People Achieve Financial Independence

Catholic Charities of Central and Northern Missouri is now helping families recover — financially. The nonprofit launched a financial wellness program over the summer. Just last week, his first participating family managed to refinance a payday loan into a manageable payment program. But the change didn’t happen overnight, according to …

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Spare us the authorized temper tantrums of chic young fanatics of the eco movement

It must be terribly, terribly difficult to be Phoebe Plummer, Anna Holland or Indigo Rumbelow, just three of the chic young eco-fanatics who have been making headlines in recent weeks in the name of saving us all from the environmental apocalypse. Plummer and Holland threw tomato soup on Van Gogh’s …

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DramaWatch: A Wild Race with the Yees

Reconciling shared identities: “King of the Yees” by Lauren Yee, Profile Theatre. Photo: David Kinder In his program notes for King of the YeesProfile Theatre’s artistic director, Josh Hecht, writes about “the complexity of navigating an ‘American’ identity and a cultural identity that may seem anathema to him”, a central …

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Diverse collection, BCMA highlights new acquisitions spanning countries and centuries – The Bowdoin Orient

alex spearIN WITH THE NEW: Curator Cassandra Braun presents drawings by Argentinian artist Josefina Auslandera on Thursday as part of the museum’s new acquisitions event. The museum is introducing 400 new works to its collection as curators seek to diversify what has always been a Eurocentric collection. The Bowdoin College …

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NAF partners with Next Gen Personal Finance to increase access to personal finance education

NEW YORK, November 10, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — NAF is thrilled to announce a new partnership with Next Gen Personal Finance (NGPF) that will increase access to personal finance education for tens of thousands of students in underinvested communities around the world. nationwide who attend NAF Academies of Finance – small, …

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The Van Gogh Soup Protesters Through Their Own Eyes (Part 2)

Plummer is arrested after Van Gogh’s sunflowers were thrown at the National Gallery on … [+] October 14, 2022 in London, England. (Photo by Martin Pope/Getty Images) Getty Images Part 1 of this story can be found here. In confinement, Phoebe Plummer fumed. Why them? Why was their only voice …

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Aspen Art Museum inaugurates “Hervé Télémaque: the hopscotch of the mind” | Culture & Leisure

A snapshot of the installation “Hervé Télémaque: A Hopscotch of the Mind” at the Aspen Art Museum. The exhibition opened to the public last weekend and will run until the end of March. Courtesy of Aspen Museum of Art The exhibition “Hervé Télémaque: A Hopscotch of the Mind” opened at …

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3 principles for settling political disputes in the…

Every election season, some Christians remind us that “Jesus is neither Republican nor Democrat”. But every election season, other Christians tell us that it’s wrong to vote for a candidate who supports abortion, or that Christians should only vote for candidates who will fight racial injustice. With issues of grave …

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The Billion Dollar Art Auction Featuring Van Gogh, Francis Bacon Works

Expected to fetch at least $1 billion, 150 masterpieces from Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen’s art collection, which includes a Van Gogh and Gustav Klimt, will be auctioned at a Christie’s sale on 9 and November 10 at Rockefeller Center in New York. York. If the estimates prove correct, the auction …

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10 Best Superhero Movie Openers

The opening scene can make or break a movie. Starting a comic book movie can be more difficult because directors translate artwork for the big screen while adapting characters and storylines that are dear to fans. The introduction lets the viewer know the director’s style and intentions for the scenes …

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Aruba art fair returns after two-year hiatus

The Aruba Art Fair, which showcases public wall art in the town of San Nicolas, takes place on … [+] first weekend of November 2022. Aruba Tourism Authority When it comes to events, Aruba is known for its carnival season, but another festivity is taking place for the first time …

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Financing options for Lyft and Uber drivers

A rapid increase in the use of ride-sharing apps like Lyft and Uber has provided many job opportunities for people who want to generate income on their own schedule. The best part? These people only need a valid driver’s license and a car to start making money! Unfortunately, there are …

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Oil protesters plead not guilty to sabotaging Van Gogh painting

No damage to the 1880s painting, estimated at $80.99 million, was reported. The protesters who threw soup on the chalkboard (The Guardian) Media reported that the climate activists, famous for throwing soup on Vincent Van Gogh’s famous ‘Sunflowers’ painting at the National Gallery in London, appeared in a London court …

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Art Editors Take Exclusive Fall Readings

We’ve compiled a short list of our favorite reads for the fall season. From magical realism set in a midnight circus to contemporary commentary on a babysitter’s experience in a toxic home, we’ve chosen a wide range of genres and stories. “Cloud Cuckoo Land” by Anthony Doerr Anthony Doerr is …

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What we’re looking forward to at Art Basel Miami Beach

Art Basel in Miami Beach last year. Photo courtesy of Art Basel Looks like 100 paint cans went off all at once. What is happening: Art Basel is gearing up to host its biggest art exhibition yet in Miami Beach in just weeks, and art fairs will start popping up …

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Lefsetz Letter » Blog Archive » Takeoff

If this guy was white… Most people have no idea what’s going on behind the discs. Despite the bluster, the silver flash, the real life of these rappers is not depicted. They are in danger. In an underground economy. It’s the rock and roll of old. A cash business, but …

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Call Kurtis: Reimburse Confusion Over Van Gogh Exhibits With Almost Identical Names

SACRAMENTO — Competing Van Gogh exhibits are confusing Sacramento. It turns out that there are two events with similar names, happening at the same time. Kevin Rice of Elk Grove says he needed a refund for five tickets he purchased for Beyond Van Gogh the Immersive Experience. Originally set for …

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