Viewing by appointment: the best free and Sky TV programming of the week

[ad_1] They really pulled off the casting on these kids, didn’t they? Harry Potter 20th Anniversary: ​​Return to Hogwarts (Sunday January 2, 7 p.m., TVNZ 2) brings together (almost) the whole gang for a sentimental celebration of the great classics for children. It is the third highest grossing film franchise …

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A biopsychosocial approach to prevent chronic pain

[ad_1] It is very clear that chronic pain is a global health problem, and the evidence suggests that the current health care system is under-prepared to handle the complexity of the problem.1 Pain, which lasts more than three months, affects more than 20% of the American population, with an estimated …

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Art review: Classical music translated into colorful compositions

[ad_1] 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 …

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

[ad_1] 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 …

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How to watch Nicole Kidman as Lucille Ball on Being the Ricardos in Australia

[ad_1] It’s so close. Only day until Christmas. We suggest that you don’t spend the day browsing the stores for one last run to do all your holiday shopping. If even the idea of ​​planning the holiday season seems overwhelming, we’ve got a better suggestion for you: Check out three …

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15 most anticipated high-end hotel openings in 2022

[ad_1] Fifth Avenue Hotel Located in the upscale NoMad neighborhood of New York City, this luxury hotel (also a member of Leading Hotels of the World) will combine a historic residence designed by architectural firm McKim, Mead & White with a new 24-story addition by Perkins Eastman. AD100 designer Martin …

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

[ad_1] 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 …

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Review: List of Barack Obama’s Favorite Movies of 2021

[ad_1] Former President Barack Obama speaks at a panel discussion at Strathclyde University in Glasgow, Scotland on November 8, 2021. (Jeff J Mitchell / Getty Images) Notes on a demagogue’s favorite movies Hbefore it is once again. The annual event on the list: “Barack Obama’s Favorite Movies of 2021”. Is …

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Northampton Education Foundation awards nearly $ 16,000 to six city school projects

[ad_1] Posted: 12/21/2021 20:23:38 PM Modified: 12/21/2021 20:23:23 PM NORTHAMPTON – The Northampton Education Foundation has approved $ 15,727 in grants for six projects to be completed in schools across the city by the end of the school year, including the introduction of new learning and development tools professional. The …

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Win four tickets to the Van Gogh Alive experience

[ad_1] 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 …

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Decarbonization cannot make the products civilization demands – OpEd – Eurasia Review

[ad_1] Until the 1800s the world was “decarbonized” because there were no coal or natural gas power plants, and what the Beverly Hillbillies sitcoms of the 1960s theme song “Oil , that is, black gold, Texas tea, ”had not been discovered as something that could be turned into usable products. …

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Frederick C. Baldwin, co-founder of Houston FotoFest, known for championing the “big picture” of photography

[ad_1] Frederick C. Baldwin, the highly regarded and famous photographer and collector known for co-founding Houston FotoFest, the largest photography festival in the United States, passed away suddenly on December 15 at the age of 92. In 1955, when 26-year-old Baldwin was barely a photographer, he managed to find his …

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Dystopia, billionaires in space: Goodbye ’21

[ad_1] 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, …

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‘Pushpa: The rise – Part 1’ has an incredible performance by Allu Arjun

[ad_1] Release date: 12/17/2021 To throw: Allu Arjun, Rashmika Mandanna, Suneel, Anasuya Bharadwaj, Fahadh Faasil Director: Sukumar Pushpa: The Ascension – Part 1 recounts the journey of Pushpa Raj (Allu Arjun), a man of nothing who rises to the pinnacle of power due to his daredevil nature and perceptive intellect. …

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Richard Rogers, architect behind the Landmark Pompidou Center, dies at 88

[ad_1] Drifting after school he joined the British Army and served two years in Trieste, during which time he spent time with a cousin, Ernesto Rogers, a famous architect and town planner, and worked in his office from Milan. Ernesto’s work – the civic promise of Modernism and his own …

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

[ad_1] 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 …

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The 10 best hunting video games

[ad_1] Humans have been hunting for as long as we have been around. Whether for subsistence or for sport, we have been to the wild places of the world with the intention of returning with a new killing and a daring story. Many of our greatest gods and legends are …

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

[ad_1] 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 …

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Enter the future

[ad_1] In pursuing the development of a realistic narrative of Pakistan vis-à-vis regional and global affairs, Margalla Dialogue has assumed immense importance. The initiative, similar to other proactive Track 2 models, was taken by Prime Minister Imran Khan in 2019. Since then it has come a long way, and the …

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A historic NFT collection of African art, poetry and culture – Nairametrics

[ad_1] There is a wide variety of masks in Africa. The existence of African masks dates back to the Stone Age, with traditional masks worn during celebrations, rituals, festivities and ceremonies of social and religious significance. African masks most often represent spirits, animals, ancestors, entities, mythological heroes and moral values. …

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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

[ad_1] 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 …

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Mursion named to Inc. 2021 Best in Business List in the Human Resources category

[ad_1] Enter Wall Street with Street Insider Premium. Claim your 1-week free trial here. San Francisco, California, December 14, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Mursion, the industry-leading artificial intelligence platform for the practice and development of essential skills in the workplace, is pleased to announce its inclusion in the 2021 Inc. …

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Stephen Curry made jump shot an art form

[ad_1] Steph Curry is the most exciting, entertaining and compelling athlete I have ever seen. Steph Curry is more fun to watch than Tom Brady, Barry Bonds, Michael Jordan, Jerry Rice, Joe Montana and the athlete who was the all-time attraction of all time, Magic Johnson. Steph Curry catches the …

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Exhibition review: Michelle Vine: Soft Touch

[ad_1] 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 …

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ReLink is back with a trailer

[ad_1] it’s been a good year since I did something Granblue Fantasy: ReLink he heard. The action RPG is back with a new trailer. in one Granblue Fantasy: ReLink Meet the Dragon Knights – Lancelot, Vine, Percival, and Siegfried – who possess unique skills and arts. With the power of …

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Monique Keiran: What would Emily Carr think of abuse in residential schools and protests against loggers?

[ad_1] What would Emily Carr think? The Canadian icon whose First Nations coastal art paintings and Pacific forest landscapes placed Victoria on the world art map was born in Victoria 150 years ago. In recent years, the two subjects she most sought after as a painter have become major social, …

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Michael Afenfia’s roller coaster as a writer

[ad_1] Through Henri akubuiro The literary world has undergone various generational changes, ranging from ideological tendencies, such as Marxism, Realism, Romanticism to Modernism, Postmodernism, Structuralism, Poststructuralism and Deconstruction, to name a few trends. Writers keep reinventing themselves. The prolific Nigerian writer, Michael Afenfia, is no exception. Afenfia is the author …

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Starry Night Café reopens at NACC | Local news

[ad_1] 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 …

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The Met Acquires Archives of the Work of Harlem Renaissance Photographer James Van Der Zee | Smart News

[ad_1] Besides photography, James Van Der Zee was also a gifted musician who played both piano and violin. James Van Der Zee Archives / Metropolitan Museum of New York From a victory parade of black soldiers returning from WWII to key moments in the civil rights movement of the 1960s, …

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7 of Houston’s coolest immersive installations

[ad_1] 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 …

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The market fever has not broken

[ad_1] A sense of unreality always permeates financial markets. Investors who take fiduciary obligations seriously still exist, but apparently more than those who see investing as a fun get-rich-quick game. Why is this important: The post-pandemic return to some sort of pre-pandemic “normal” has not yet arrived, and therefore, there …

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The art of healthy living | News, Sports, Jobs

[ad_1] WARREN – To encourage healthy shopping, eating and exercise, the Lit’l Mac Food Store, 1763 Parkman Road, is now adorned with a mural created by Alex Savakis, a native of Warren, which is on display on the northwest side of the store. Savakis’ mural, which measures 8.7 feet high …

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

[ad_1] 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 …

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Reviews | Bob Dole, Donald Trump and the art of accountability

[ad_1] Bob Dole, the former Senate majority leader and presidential candidate, died Sunday at the age of 98. The media was filled with praise, which was understandable even to those who opposed much of what he stood for. It’s not just that he was a war hero, or that he …

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Where Can You See Art In Miami Florida While On Vacation

[ad_1] 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 …

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Mexican child prodigy causes SENSATION at Miami Art Week by painting LIVE Picasso-style image: VIDEO – CVBJ

[ad_1] Andrés Valence He is only 10 years old, but he is already considered a child prodigy of painting, and this Saturday he again demonstrated his skills by painting a live painting with a well-known Caribbean artist called Bradley Theodore at the fair Miami Art and surrounded by people eager …

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Why black artists are essential freedom fighters

[ad_1] “The name of this song is ‘Mississippi Goddam'”, Nina Simone announcement without missing a beat in the cabaret-style hopping cadence, it beats on the piano keys. The predominantly white audience at Carnegie Hall let out a nervous laugh in response. But Simone wasn’t kidding. She had brought her rage …

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The art of finding light in the dark

[ad_1] 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 …

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Auto show, 2 Christmas parades and more – WFTV

[ad_1] 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 …

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Sacha! 50 years of fashion photography

[ad_1] The exhibition presented at Stedelijk Museum tells the story of a Dutch woman who, in the early 1960s, began to study photography at the Sint Joost Academy of Fine Arts in Breda, very quickly to rise to the highest level of international fashion photography . During his 50-year career, …

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Roger Phillips obituary | Mushrooms

[ad_1] The talents of artist, photographer and author Roger Phillips have led him in many directions, not all predictable, and it is entirely consistent with his itinerant and inquisitive mind that many will remember him as a mycologist. scholar and media, a David Attenborough of the mushroom, and as a …

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Non-fungible Tokens Rank # 1 in Art World’s Influential Powers List | Non-fungible tokens (NFT)

[ad_1] The non-fungible token or NFT took first place in the annual ranking of the most influential players in the contemporary art world – marking the first time that a non-human entity has topped the list. ERC-721, the “non-fungible token” specification on the Ethereum blockchain, tops the 20th Power 100 …

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

[ad_1] 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 …

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new monograph explains how Constable got experimental at the end of his career

[ad_1] The delay seems to have marked John Constable’s career from the start. Despite the proximity of their ages, his great rival JMW Turner had already exhibited his first oil painting in 1796 at the Royal Academy of Arts (RA), while Constable had not yet entered the RA schools. And …

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

[ad_1] 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 …

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What’s the weird way and what does it mean for the sequel?

[ad_1] Franck Herbert‘s Dune the universe as well as Denis VilleneuveThe 2021 adaptation is packed with intense melee combat. Due to the advent of Holtzman shield technology, high speed projectiles are repelled, justifying the need for the return of close range weapons and techniques. This is seen prominently in the …

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

[ad_1] 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 …

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The battle for “Beloved” should remind us why we read literature at all

[ad_1] I’ve read some of my favorite books in the press lately. “Beloved” and “The Bluest Eye”, two classics from the late Nobel Prize winner Toni Morrison. August Wilson’s play “Fences”. The list goes on. But these works are not legitimately celebrated. Instead, they’re used as political clubs by conservative …

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Van Cleef & Arpels and The Australian Ballet raise the curtain on a new era of dance with Bodytorque Digital

[ad_1] Hallberg says VC’s involvement&A gives Bodytorque validity. “They have such a history with dancing, I mean they argued [George] Balanchine when he created Jewels so many years ago, and they continued to support the dance. Bodytorque Digital opens the platform in a wider capacity. I think it’s a good …

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What to see and do outside of Paris

[ad_1] 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 …

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Iran and the United States: a new deal?

[ad_1] Iran and the United States: a new deal? In Europe and the United States there was a tradition of pragmatic and often severely realistic political art. It dated back at least as far as the 5th century BC Greek historian Thucydides. must. Its purpose was to dispel any illusion …

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“House of Gucci”: so maybe Prada the devil should not wear

[ad_1] Adam Driver, Jeremy Irons, Al Pacino, Jared Leto, Jack Huston – it’s quite a cast – they too play Italians and speak English with Italian accents on the stage. It’s true that Hollywood realism has its limits, especially in the crowd-pleasing and chic and popping ‘House of Gucci’ genre. …

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

[ad_1] 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 …

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The Magical Realism of “Squid Game” Shows the Contradictions of Funny Money and Shady Contracts

[ad_1] Note: The following article contains spoilers for “Squid Game”. In the hit Netflix series Squid game, players participate in deadly children’s games in order to win money. By some shady calculations, the lives of players are valued less than their debt. A huge plexiglass piggy bank hanging over their …

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Announcement of the winners of the Fifth Lihpao International Sculpture Biennial – Announcements

[ad_1] Announcement of the winners of the Fifth Lihpao International Sculpture BiennialOctober 30, 2021 Lihpao Cultural Arts Foundation 2F., No.270, Xinhu 3rd Road Neihu DistTaipei 11494 Taiwan www.lihpao.org.tw Facebook The fifth edition of the Lihpao International Sculpture Biennial Awards, organized by the Lihpao Cultural Arts Foundation, announced the final result …

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

[ad_1] 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 …

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Colombian Embassy cosplays as the last set for a Disney film

[ad_1] The Colombian ambassador’s residence in Washington was dressed Thursday as the home of Disney’s latest animated feature, “Encanto,” a magical realism story set in the mountains of Colombia. The Tony Residence, a 1905 mansion built for businessman Thomas T. Gaff, was adorned with flowers and faux brick tiles, hiding …

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Red Embers Art Installation Opening Ceremonies at Ashbridges Bay Park scheduled for Sunday afternoon – Beach Metro Community News

[ad_1] The Red Embers installation is now on display in Ashbridges Bay Park. Photos by Nicolas Dietrich. The official opening ceremony for the Red Embers facility will take place at Ashbridges Bay Park on Sunday, November 21 at 2 p.m. ET. Citylab organizers Lisa Rochon and Toronto Native Women’s Resource …

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Extended Beyond Van Gogh immersive experience in Saint-Louis

[ad_1] 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 …

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Artist Yuma’s photos take inspiration from Impressionist painters – Sterling Journal-Advocate

[ad_1] During a brief stint in public relations, Yuma’s Tanya Flemister fell in love with the imaging process. She moved to Los Angeles to attend the Art Center College of Design, where she was exposed not only to prominent artists, but also to top designers from all disciplines. After graduating, …

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Arkansas A-Plus Hires New Executive Director, Program Director

[ad_1] Submitted photo Alyssa Wilson and Shelby Patterson Alyssa Wilson is the new Executive Director of Arkansas A + Schools. Her background in education, the arts and museums places her in a good position to lead the program. Arkansas A + also has a new program director, Shelby Patterson, who …

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An evening with Teddy – WSPA 7News

[ad_1] 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 …

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Loyola’s theater department gears up for masked fall shows

[ad_1] With the warrant mask still in place at Loyola, the theater department plans to once again present its 2021-2022 season in masks. While this continues to present challenges for performance, the artistic director Sal Mannino said wearing masks encourages theater makers to be creative when working on shows. Justin …

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

[ad_1] 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 …

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Who are community riots for?

[ad_1] Tue Nov 9, 2021 12:00 AM Last update: Tue Nov 9, 2021 12:15 AM Instead of dividing the country, recent community attacks on Hindus have brought the entire people together to protest the heinous acts of violence. This photo was taken during a protest in Dhaka on October 24, …

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

[ad_1] 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 …

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Opulent Edvard Munch art museum opens in Oslo

[ad_1] “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 …

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Letters to the Editor | The Economist

[ad_1] November 6, 2021 Listen to this story Your browser does not support the item . Enjoy more audio and podcasts on ios Where Android. Letters are welcome by e-mail at [email protected] A comedy of manners It was no surprise to watch Dave Chappelle push the limits of American property …

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Intermediate Designer – Los Angeles, CA, US | Works

[ad_1] 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 …

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20 minutes with: art dealer and curator Nicola Vassell

[ad_1] 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 …

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Rethinking Black Studies as a project of freedom

[ad_1] 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 …

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Van Gogh Museum presents rejected masterpiece

[ad_1] 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 …

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Letters to the Editor, October 29, 2021 | Opinion

[ad_1] 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 …

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5 things you need to work well in marketing (& 5 things wrong)

[ad_1] by netflix Emilie in Paris may return to screens sooner than fans thought, although the series has drawn quite a bit of criticism for several things, not just the lack of cultural respect for France, unrealistic wardrobe and spending, and the absurd representation of marketing as a profession. RELATED: …

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10 games like Battlefield to discover

[ad_1] 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 …

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NENT Group orders new crime drama Viaplay Original Cell 8

[ad_1] 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 …

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What Tara couldn’t know before college

[ad_1] 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.” …

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Beyond Van Gogh: The Immersive Experience Coming Soon to Reno

[ad_1] 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 …

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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

[ad_1] 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 …

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Van Gogh alive:

[ad_1] 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 …

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NATO’s Mind Control Commitment

[ad_1] 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 …

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Stevens Park hosts Nature and Art Day

[ad_1] 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 …

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