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e-Fact | Art Basel Miami Fair comes to life with a bang

More than 250 galleries from 36 countries will participate in the 2021 edition of the annual Art Basel Miami Beach art fair which is returning to its large-scale physical format after last year’s edition was canceled due to the Covid-19 pandemic. One of the Americas’ premier art fairs, the exhibit, …

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Intermediate Designer – Los Angeles, CA, US | Works

Vertebrae Employer: Los Angeles, California, United StatesSite: Tue 2 Nov 21Posted on: Full timeType: Vertebrae is an award-winning architecture and design firm based in Los Angeles. Our work ranges from residential and commercial architectural commissions to large-scale public art installations. Founded by architect Lisa Little in 2012, Vertebrae redefines craftsmanship …

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20 minutes with: art dealer and curator Nicola Vassell

Nicola Vassell has long helped shape New York’s contemporary art landscape. After having been director of Pace Gallery and Dietrich Projects, she launched her consultancy and curatorial agency, SA Concept, which was the originator of No Commission, an interactive art experience in the South Bronx, as well as a recent …

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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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Discombobulation | Art | ithaca.com

ITHACA, NY – Confusing the stubborn still life thing with the dissociated splashes of color, liquid vertical drops and raw areas common to abstract expressionism, Jessica Warner is one of the most distinctive voices in local painting. Thirteen of Warner’s oil paintings on canvas – mostly larger and more or …

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HED COVER: The Maestro & The Movement

“Bernstein’s Wall” will be screened Saturday afternoon at Aspen Filmfest. (Courtesy of Aspen Film) Leonard Bernstein was a proud warrior of social justice who sought – on and off his conductor’s podium – to change the world. Yes, he was arguably the most important American musician of the 20th century, …

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Six decades of masterpieces by Hervé Télémaque celebrated in the first major British exhibition

From October 7, 2021 to January 30, 2022, Hervé Télémaque: A Hopscotch of the Mind is a rare opportunity for British residents to explore the artist’s unique and vast work. Instantly recognizable thanks to its playful combination of archival and contemporary pop cultural references, Télémaque’s work avoids falling into predictability …

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Auguste Wibo and the anonymous attraction of art

In a recent conversation for this magazine, author Samuel R. Delany discusses the bygone era of cruising in New York, remembering with the artist Jonathan Lyndon Chase about the time when the metropolis was a garden of earthly delights and anonymous sex. Delany remembers the city’s porn theaters, piers and …

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United Arts announces September project grant winners

United Arts of Central Florida just released the names of the organizations that received its September project grant cycle. Seventeen organizations received grants during this cycle, totaling $ 27,000 in funds to support their projects, which range from cultural events to art therapy programs. The following copy is taken from …

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Can Mindful Movement Help You Lose Weight?

Tai chi is not your typical type of weight loss exercise. In fact, its slow, graceful movements are the antithesis of high-energy gym workouts, and watching tai chi can evoke deep relaxation rather than rapid weight loss. However, scientists have found that in addition to helping with a wide range …

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Nick Cave digs deep, with a glass symphony

On a scorching afternoon in late August, a dedicated crew of construction workers made their way down the hallway between Times Square and Grand Central Station, home to the 42nd Street Shuttle. Here, under the streets of New York City, more than two dozen vibrant glass figures danced along the …

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New Global NFT Platform Adds Motion Capture Technology to Create Unique NFTs | 2021-08-24 | Press Releases

Toronto, Ontario – (Newsfile Corp. – August 24, 2021) – Graph Blockchain Inc. (CSE: GBLC) (OTC Rose: REGRF) (FSE: RT5A) (“Graphic“) or the”Society“) is pleased to announce that the company’s latest acquisition, New World Inc., creates non-fungible animated tokens (“NFT) using cutting edge motion capture technology that offers creators and …

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Electric Playhouse emerges from pandemic and creates multimedia and interactive experience “The Artist” “Albuquerque Journal

………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. Electric Playhouse is creating a project called “The Artist”, a multimedia game, culinary and interactive experience. (Courtesy of Electric Playhouse) The brains behind Electric Playhouse continue to be visionaries. …

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Sarasota Exhibit Features Artwork, Florida Bandit Lives

Instead of settling for traditional jobs in the agriculture industry, the Florida Highwaymen have managed to sell their artwork to customers from the backs of their cars and go door-to-door to doctor’s offices, hotels and businesses along Florida’s Atlantic coast. Making several paintings in one day allowed them to offer …

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Cristina Iglesias creates liquid sculptures by the sea

July 10, 2021 SAINT SEBASTIAN ONA ROCKY outcrop overlooking a Norwegian fjord, she created a wall of aluminum foil, making each of their slightly curved shapes distinct. At the open-air sculpture park of the Inhotim Museum in southern Brazil, she built a magical maze lined with replicas of vegetation. In …

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Lincoln Center’s first-ever poet in residence

Mahogany L. Browne is a poet, “author, organizer and educator” from Brooklyn, NY who knows a thing or two about promoting a sense of community. Browne is the Executive Director of JustMedia, which is a “literacy initiative designed to support the grassroots work of criminal justice leaders and community members.” …

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New York Puppet Show Series

Join us at the Museum this fall for a special series of outdoor performances featuring local puppeteers, educators and performing groups. All the shows and workshops will take place in person on the magnificent outdoor terrace of the Museum. Families can enjoy the shows and then visit the New York …

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Sugar Land seeks artists to decorate mental health boxes

SUGAR LAND, Texas – In partnership with To Write Love on Her Arms, a nonprofit movement dedicated to presenting hope and seeking help for those struggling with depression, drug addiction, Self-harm and suicidal thoughts, the town of Sugar Land is looking for local artists to help decorate small wooden information …

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Texas Museums Impress With Their Summer Shows

The Museum of Fine Arts of Houston’s Hockney-Van Gogh exhibit looked like the perfect early 2021 event – offering a radiant hint of spring with its vivid yellows at the end of winter. This show is over, but now big summer draws are starting to open. Two highly anticipated exhibitions …

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Top 10 artistic events for Sarasota-Manatee: June 24 to 30

The choreographers create a new work The public has the opportunity to help choreographers develop new works in Sarasota Contemporary Dance’s In the Round series. It allows emerging choreographers selected by the SCD artistic team and members of the company to experience a work in progress during the SCD Summer …

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