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Old Sacramento has the perfect photo op to take your partner on Valentine’s Day. Stop at the Old Sacramento waterfront to feel the love and admire the magnificent Heart Arch that overlooks the Sacramento River. In partnership with Alyse Porzio of Steadfast Craft, this temporary community sculpture will be displayed …

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Show your love for Portland in the 2nd Annual Love Notes Project

Love is in the air as Valentine’s Day approaches, and it’s not just for lovers. Maine’s biggest city is looking for love and it starts with a love note from you. This is the second year of Portland Downtown’s “Love Notes Project” and non-profit group asking the community to draw …

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Imagine what it would be like in a world without the arts

Driving around town, you might see me driving an old green Toyota splattered with bumper stickers. Well chosen, they convey big ideas in few words. I love all of my bumper stickers, such as: The kids are worth it, Teachers are my heroes, love each other, Humanity – Be Both. …

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Chelmsford High students paint murals on school gates – Lowell Sun

CHELMSFORD — Pupils at Chelmsford Secondary School are lighting up remote learning hallways with a series of murals on their teachers’ doors. Dubbed ‘The Door Project’, the series of artworks so far includes six classroom doors and a mural in the offices of Hawthorne House. Five other murals are currently …

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The talented mum from Hull sewing amazing replicas of iconic paintings to raise money for the food bank

They say a stitch in time saves nine – or in the case of Miranda van Rossum – 5,000 of Hull’s most vulnerable families. The talented embroiderer has spent the past few months recreating iconic paintings as tapestries and sending the money she earns to Hull Foodbank. Mum-of-two Miranda used …

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Van Gogh loses part of his straw hat, as gallery finds self-portrait torn by collector

Dr Karen Serres, curator at the Courtauld, told the Telegraph: ‘The work was never loaned but managed to procure it. They never attempted a proper study. “If you think about it, people come to see Van Gogh – it’s ‘box office’ so it stays on the wall for people to …

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Vincent van Gogh comes to life in Sedona

The Women of Sedona will celebrate Sedona Film Festival Month with a fun and whimsical program, “Vincent van Gogh Comes to Life in Sedona,” on Wednesday, February 9. Director and writer Paul Davids will offer a behind-the-scenes look at his imaginative film “Starry Night.” This film screened at a previous …

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Wormwood brings hearty French cuisine to North Park

Wormwood, one of North Park’s newest restaurants, combines French country charm with world cuisine and a bar menu that celebrates absinthe, an often misunderstood spirit that was popular with French bohemians in the 19th and early 20th centuries. The anise-based liqueur became known as a mythical spirit with hallucinatory properties …

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What is Cloissonnism? Learn more about this post-impressionist style of art

The 19th century was a time of significant change in the art world. In the 1870s, the Impressionists rejected the fine arts (“fine arts”) in favor of depictions of fleeting moments inspired by light. This innovative style eventually gave way to its successor, Post-Impressionism, which found its roots in color …

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Beyond Van Gogh Valentine’s Day Package

One (1) winner will receive two (2) tickets to Beyond Van Gogh and one night’s stay at Le Meridien Hotel Clayton in the Van Gogh room. 1. NO PURCHASE NECESSARY TO ENTER OR WIN. 2. Eligibility. Subject to the additional restrictions below, the “Beyond Van Gogh Valentine’s Day Package How-to-Win …

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Hermès sues digital artist for selling unauthorized Birkin bag NFTs in metaverse for up to six figures

French luxury brand Hermès is suing an artist for making counterfeit handbags, i.e. in the Metaverse. The case reveals just how much of a Wild West Web3 remains for artists and businesses. Earlier this month, the company filed a lawsuit against a digital artist who goes by the name of …

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The Tuilier of Loudoun

For tile artist Joan Gardiner, anything goes. “I love fun challenges,” says tiler Joan Gardiner, looking up from a set of oversized Van Gogh prints and smiling in anticipation. “And these will be magnificent.” Gardiner is Loudoun County’s most sought after custom tile designer. Here, those who patiently await her …

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[COLUMN] On Van Gogh and the Ministry of Compassion —

“The Spirit of the Lord is upon me, because he has anointed me to preach good news to the poor. He sent me to proclaim freedom to the captives and the recovery of sight to the blind, to set the oppressed free and to proclaim a year pleasing to the …

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Got tickets for Immersive Van Gogh San Antonio? Organizers say an update is coming soon

SAN ANTONIO – People who have purchased tickets for the immersive Van Gogh exhibition in San Antonio who have been waiting for months to hear from the organization will have to wait a little longer. KSAT has received emails from ticket holders seeking answers on whether the traveling art exhibit …

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The immersive experience is coming soon to Atlantic City

Register now for early access to tickets before they go on sale to the general public at vangoghatlanticcity.com Producer Paquin Entertainment Group proudly announces Beyond Van Gogh: the immersive experience is coming to Atlantic City soon for a limited engagement. With over 2.5 million tickets sold, the global phenomenon was …

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Art thief Van Gogh linked to Isle of Man in BBC documentary |

Printed and digital download photos available A documentary aired on Monday evening (January 10) appeared to show a link between the island and an infamous art theft. BBC4 hosted a Vincent Van Gogh evening earlier this week, showing a number of documentaries about the Dutch post-Impressionist painter. One of the …

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The Best and Worst of the Art World This Week

Hungry Badger makes a historic discovery – A badger searching for food in the wake of historic storm Filomena has accidentally unearthed a cache of ancient Roman coins in northern Spain. A very real Van Dyck – An art historian bought a look-alike painting by the Dutch master for less …

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The 10 Best Things to Do This Weekend in Dallas & Collin County

If you’re looking for the best things to do this weekend in Dallas, Collin County and beyond, look no further… here is the one list you need. Alright, so we are always wake up from vacation and put your life in order only a little. But we’re also back to …

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Filipino artist paints ‘starry night’, other paintings of dead cockroaches

Delgado was cleaning his workspace by throwing away dead cockroaches when suddenly the smooth, shiny cockroach wings caught his eye. (Photo: brnddlgd on Instagram) Filipino artist Brenda Delgado uses the upper body of dead cockroaches to showcase her artistic talents. Without thinking about it a second time, she did the …

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Ant and Dec’s Limitless Win leaves fans perplexed with an ‘impossible’ question

Viewers tune in to watch Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly’s new high-stakes quiz Limitless Win scratching their hands at a question about Dutch painter Van Gogh Video upload Video unavailable The video will play automatically soon8to cancel Play now Unlimited Victory: Ant and Dec fans baffled by ‘misleading’ question Ant …

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What’s new on the Manchester guide: events to enjoy in January 2022

We’ve put together a video guide on what to do after Christmas. Once the hustle and bustle of the Christmas festivities slowly fades, January can be a much quieter month, but even though things have slowed down, that doesn’t mean there isn’t something to do in just yet. the city-region. …

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Van Gogh exhibition workers will be paid hundreds of hours in Sick & Safe’s downtime

Lighthouse Immersive said employees will see sick hours starting December 30, blaming payroll software for the error. Employees are estimated to have missed $ 11,000 in sick leave. MINNEAPOLIS – For months, employees working at the Immersive Van Gogh exhibit in Minneapolis were not accumulating sick and safety hours, a …

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“Beyond Van Gogh” will land at the Del Mar Exhibition Center

During his 37 years of life, Vincent Van Gogh was virtually unknown as an artist, perpetually impoverished and, by most accounts, mentally unstable. Today, he is one of a handful of artists such as Picasso, Dali, Monet and Warhol who have gone on to become posthumous pop stars. Reproductions of …

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USA Today readers name Roots 101 as one of America’s best new attractions

USA Today readers name Roots 101 as one of America’s best new attractions A Louisville museum announced that it was chosen by USA Today readers as one of the best new attractions of 2021. Update: 4:47 p.m. EST January 1, 2022 Louisville business first A Louisville museum announced that it …

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SEE THE STARS: see the stars thanks to Studio Roosegaarde

Seeing the stars is a switch at your fingertips! This is the motto that drives Studio Roosegaarde’s latest company, SEEING STARS. What seems to be something quite natural, enjoying a starry night – unsurprisingly the title of one of Van Gogh’s most famous paintings, to whom the Roosegaarde Studio had …

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Top 5 things to do in January in western North Carolina

It’s cold but the family adventure is still waiting. Hear a story, browse the trees, discover art, or gaze at the stars, all available this month. Get toddlers out of the house (and hang out with other adults) at story time with music and movement. It’s 10:30 a.m. Thursday at …

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Art review: Classical music translated into colorful compositions

Don’t be surprised if you think you hear tunes from Mozart’s “Don Giovanni” as you approach 100 Fore Street, the address of the Elizabeth Moss Galleries’ new Old Port outpost. Moss is not actually showing the opera in the gallery. But there is no need. The paintings of “Lynne Mapp …

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“Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer” Producer Reveals Why Misfit Toy Island Is In Christmas Special

Rudolph the red nosed reindeer Producer Arthur Rankin Jr. opened up on why the writers included Misfit Toy Island in the Christmas special. Rankin said he wanted the Christmas story to be inclusive, and he explained some of the directions they took with the script. “Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer” …

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Things to do, events in Charlotte, North Carolina this Christmas

See the holiday lights around town before the end of the year Alex Cason Photography Charlotte five Editor’s Note: CharlotteFive has limited coverage of in-person and indoor events to help prevent the community spread of COVID-19. Masks are now mandatory in Charlotte and many places for interior spaces or close …

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Win four tickets to the Van Gogh Alive experience

EVERY day before Christmas we gave away a plethora of prizes as part of the exclusive Warrington Guardian Advent Calendar – and today we have another treat for you. We’re bringing you a cultural feast for the senses with the chance to win four tickets to see the brilliant new …

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Dystopia, billionaires in space: Goodbye ’21

Underwear This made Kim Kardashian West a bunch of cash to go with her other heaps of cash. His shapewear brand Skims, which branched out into loungewear during the pandemic, is valued at $ 1.6 billion, according to the New York Times. It comes in a range of styles, colors, …

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Juno flyby reveals stunning new images of Jupiter, the sounds of its moon Ganymede

By Ashley Strickland, CNN Editor’s Note: Sign up for CNN’s Wonder Theory science newsletter. Explore the universe with news about fascinating discoveries, scientific advances and more. (CNN) – The largest planet in our solar system increasingly looks like a work of art. It’s full of surprises – and so are …

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Spend the night with the works of Van Gogh in a suite package at the Kimpton Schofield in Cleveland

Gift cards can be boring gifts. But for Van Gogh aficionados, there is now a creative gift card that won’t be forgotten anytime soon. These people have probably already enjoyed the immersive Van Gogh exhibit in Cleveland. An even more immersive Van Gogh experience is possible at the downtown Kimpton …

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The UK’s first permanent immersive digital art gallery will open next year with an exhibition of AI space images, courtesy of NASA

UK gets its first permanent immersive digital art gallery. The space, which opens in Coventry in April 2022, comes as experiential light shows like the Van Gogh Experience draw millions of visitors across the globe. Keen to get into the action, local authorities and the national government are supporting The …

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Exhibition review: Michelle Vine: Soft Touch

Hugs and touches stimulate our brains, releasing serotonin, oxytocin, and dopamine, leaving us rewarded and full. It goes without saying that in today’s pandemic world, we could all use up a dose of these beneficial brain chemicals. Installation artist Michelle Vine’s latest exhibition literally embraces a multisensory approach. Soak in …

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Starry Night Café reopens at NACC | Local news

The Big Dipper sandwich is the one that chef Joe Zarrillo says shines the most in his recently reopened Starry Night Café. It’s the star of its cafe menu inside the Niagara Arts and Cultural Center on Pine Avenue and Portage Road. The chef does something special when he toasts …

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7 of Houston’s coolest immersive installations

Houston has no shortage of art and fun. This winter is a great time to take your tour and see what the city has to offer. Whether you’re looking for full body immersion or an accent for a low-key picnic or sunset stroll, here are some of our favorite (and …

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🌱Crespo Garcia Condemned + Author of 5 years + Beyond Van Gogh Returns

Hello, people of Buffalo! It’s me again, Sean Peek, your Buffalo Daily host. First of all, the weather forecast for the day: Cloudy with flurries. High: 32 Low: 26. Here are the best stories today in Buffalo: Tuesday morning, State Supreme Court Justice Christopher Burns sentenced to 26 years José …

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Where Can You See Art In Miami Florida While On Vacation

Miami Art Week is over – and not too soon. We can only sit in traffic for so many hours before we get into a fetal position, shaking and moaning and swearing to never leave our homes again, even if they are underwater. Still, the desire to go out and …

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The art of finding light in the dark

What I love about December is as long as Santa’s Beautiful List. Hot chocolate, piles of fluffy blankets, our Christmas tree filled with ornaments representing our family’s special memories. Little Red Charlie, our elf on the shelf who is still hiding in the house even though the jig has been …

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Auto show, 2 Christmas parades and more – WFTV

ORLANDO, Florida – Looking for something to do this weekend? Here is a list of nine things that are happening in Central Florida. 1. Central Florida International Auto Show The Central Florida International Auto Show is heading to the Orange County Convention Center this weekend. The auto show will feature …

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A travel guide for Iowa football fans to the 2021 Big Ten Championship

For the first time since 2015, the University of Iowa football team is heading to Indianapolis for the Big 10 Championship game. The Hawkeyes won the Big Ten West Division title on Saturday thanks to Minnesota’s victory over Wisconsin. Since he had a tiebreaker against Iowa, a Badger win would …

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“There’s No Place Like Home” reflects the diverse work of artists

A dozen artists approach the concept of home in various and sometimes surprising ways in the Brandt-Roberts Galleries of the Far North. For the second time, and following the first themed exhibition in 2019, artists – all living in Ohio or with ties to the state – created 25 new …

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The Art Angle Podcast Re-Air: How High Tech Van Gogh Became the Greatest Art Phenomenon of All Time

Welcome to Art Angle, an Artnet News podcast that explores the places where the art world meets the real world, bringing each week’s biggest story to earth. Join us each week for an in-depth look at what matters most about museums, the art market and more with input from our …

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What to see and do outside of Paris

Cycling at the Château de Chambord Want to discover the sites of the Paris region? Food museums, hot air balloon rides and garden festivals are just a few of the attractions on offer. Related articles: Day trips from Paris: Champagne region, artists’ villages and moreWhere to stay and eat outside …

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10 unpopular opinions on the 11th Doctor (according to Reddit)

Doctor Who Fans have a lot of opinions on Matt Smith’s Eleventh Doctor, and Reddit is a great place to find some of the more unpopular opinions. Whovians have a wide variety of perspectives on the show, the doctors, and every other detail imaginable. But some of these opinions are …

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Van Gogh’s watercolor painting sells for a record $ 35.9 million – Oakland News Now

Oakland News Now – Van Gogh watercolor sold for record $ 35.9 million – video made by the YouTube channel with the logo in the upper left corner of the video. OaklandNewsNow.com is the original blog post for this type of video blog content. short #VanGogh #VanGoghpainting Van Gogh‘s watercolor …

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Extended Beyond Van Gogh immersive experience in Saint-Louis

Residents of Saint-Louis will now have until January 30 to see the Beyond Van Gogh experience ST. LOUIS – If you still haven’t been able to see the Van Gogh experience in Saint-Louis, you’re in luck! Due to high demand, “Beyond Van Gogh: The Immersive Experience” will extend its stay …

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An evening with Teddy – WSPA 7News

High School Red Zone: Week 12 Scores & Highlights, Part 1 Sports / 5 days ago Video High School Red Zone: Week 12 Scores & Highlights Part 2 Sports / 5 days ago Video High School Red Zone: Week 12 Scores & Highlights Part 3 New / 5 days ago …

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16 things to do in Calgary this week: November 8-14

Alberta has declared a public health emergency due to the COVID-19 pandemic. As recommended by health officials, if you choose to participate in events outside your home, please adhere to COVID-19 health and safety measures, including appropriate physical distancing, mask wear, and frequent hand washing. Also, be aware that many …

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Opulent Edvard Munch art museum opens in Oslo

“TSOUND BIG and solitary artist ”, writes JP Hodin of Edvard Munch,“ was appreciated… only by a handful of initiates in the West. It has remained virtually unknown to Americans as well as to the English and French. Distinguished art historian, Hodin made his assessment in 1950, six years after …

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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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11 ways to spend an epic weekend in Charlotte

Whether you’re feeding your face at Taste of Charlotte or medieval at the Carolina Renaissance Festival, there is something for everyone to do this weekend! CHARLOTTE, North Carolina – Taste of Charlotte @ Truist Field Whet your appetite this weekend as Taste of Charlotte returns to the Queen City. This …

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Things to see and do in Columbus in October

Newport Music Hall Walk the Moon’s fame peaked in the mid-2010s, when they released their self-titled debut album in 2012 and reached No. 4 on the Billboard Hot 100 with “Shut Up and Dance” 2014. Hailing from Cincinnati , the spirited pop-indie group are back in their home country for …

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Ring’s home security drone camera is finally here

First announced at last year’s Amazon hardware event, the Ring Always Home Cam is now ready to take off. Starting today, September 28, you can request an invitation to be a crash test dummy for Ring’s latest innovation. The Always Home Camera is a Ring camera attached to a drone …

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Artist recreates famous paintings from everyday objects and ingredients

“The Scream” by Edvard Munch Items like paper clips usually clutter up garbage drawers, but for artist Adam Hillman, these everyday items are perfect materials for creating colorful and visually calming arrangements. Hillman defines himself as an “Arranger of Objects,” but his job isn’t limited to carefully positioning elements. It …

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Art Mailbox: Drama about New Acting Director of ARTS, Van Gogh’s Immersive Installation Delayed, There’s a New BLM Mural in Town – Slog

Two Seattle Arts Commission co-chairs resigned on Tuesday on Mayor Jenny Durkan’s sudden appointment of the former executive director of the Royal Alley-Barnes Center for Contemporary Art as interim director of the Bureau of Arts and Culture (ARTS), Publicola reported. The post was vacated by Randy Engstrom earlier this year, …

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How did Immersive Van Gogh dominate Taylor Swift? Does anyone already have #AskaCurator? + Other questions I have about the artistic news of the week

Curiosities is a column in which I preserve for posterity the “you can’t invent that” parts of artistic news. Below, some questions asked by the events of the last week … 1) Will we still pee in Maurizio Cattelan’s golden toilet? America, a fully functional solid gold toilet, created by …

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Why the Pipilotti Rist show at MOCA beats Van Gogh “immersive”

Near the entrance to “Pipilotti Rist: Big Heartedness, Be My Neighbor”, recently opened in the Little Tokyo warehouse space of the Museum of Contemporary Art, a multitude of screened videos accomplish something rare. The digital ephemeral becomes physical, gaining material weight, more like a solid sculpture than the usually vaporous …

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Things to do: See Van Gogh The Immersive Experience

Of all the Impressionist painters, Vincent Van Gogh (1853-1890) is probably the greatest rock star of the genre. An artist whose name and work are recognizable even among the general public who are not lovers of art, and whose rudimentary sketch of life only polishes his image (madness, poverty, suicide …

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Summary of entertainment news: ‘Worn Out’ – Dutch museum discovers Van Gogh drawing of tired old man; HBO Max cuts prices in limited supply as streaming wars escalate and more

Below is a summary of the current entertainment briefs. “Worn Out” – Dutch museum finds Van Gogh drawing of tired old man A Dutch museum on Thursday unveiled a hitherto unknown work by Vincent van Gogh – a study for one of his best-known drawings, “Worn Out” – in which …

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