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The Hunterdon Art Museum opens its spring exhibitions on Sunday May 15 | Hunterdon Review News

The Hunterdon Art Museum will hold an opening reception for its spring exhibitions from 2-4 p.m. on Sunday, May 15 at the museum at 7 Lower Center St. All are invited to attend an opening reception for the museum’s spring exhibitions, including Maxwell Mustardo: “Dish-Oriented” and Rina Banerjee: “Blemish, In …

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Los Lobos concert raises funds for Riverside Chicano Art Museum – Press Enterprise

Los Lobos rocked the Riverside Municipal Auditorium on Saturday night, May 7, while raising funds to support a Chicano art museum opening next month in downtown Riverside. The concert benefited the Cheech Marin Center for Chicano Art & Culture, which opens June 18 in the renovated 61,420-square-foot building that once …

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Stroll through the Cincinnati Art Museum’s new wellness garden

A BREATH OF FRESH AIR FOR ONE OF CINCINNATI’S MOST HISTORIC LANDMARKS. IT’S OPEN IT SUNBURY, ‘RED, IT’S ALL GOOD ABOUT THE ARTS. THE CINCINNATI MUSEUMS ART CLIMB OFFICIALLY OPENED TODAY AS OUR MUSEUM’S VISION WAS BUILT ON PUBLIC ACCESS TO EQUAL TRANSIT AND CREATING GREAT NEIGHBORHOODS AROUND THE MUSEUM. …

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Art gallery brings new faces to Walter Elwood Museum in Amsterdam (4 Images) – The Daily Gazette

AMSTERDAM- Upon entering the Walter Elwood Museum in Amsterdam several years ago, artist Brent Birnbaum felt a connection to the place. At the time, he was looking for a studio apartment outside of the Rockaway Beach neighborhood in Queens, where he lived. Birnbaum stumbled upon much more than that at …

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Eric Carle Museum Features Acclaimed Artist and Illustrator – Massachusetts Daily Collegian

Highly acclaimed illustrator Wendell Minor reflected on his illustration collection that spans four decades at the Eric Carle Museum Photo of Wendell Minor courtesy of Wendell Minor If you walk into a children’s library, the chances of you picking up a book illustrated by Wendell Minor are extremely high, as …

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Mountain Home Music and the Blowing Rock Art & History Museum, in partnership with the Watauga Arts Council, are pleased to announce the inaugural Garden Concert Season

Mountain Home Music and the Blowing Rock Art & History Museum (BRAHM) are pleased to announce a series of concerts in the Daniel Boone Native Gardens, in partnership with the Watauga Arts Council. The concerts in the garden will take place from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. Doors will open …

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The Museum of Modern Art and the Neue Galerie jointly acquire Käthe Kollwitz’s self-portrait before the MoMA…

Käthe Kollwitz (German, 1867-1945). Self-portrait from the front. 1904. Lithograph, sheet: 18 7/8 x 13 3/8 in. (48 x 33.8cm). Publisher: Unpublished. Printer: probably the artist. Edition: one of 12 known copies. The Museum of Modern Art, NY and the Neue Galerie, NY The Museum of Modern Art and the …

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The Trenton City Museum’s annual Ellarslie Open Juried Art Show invites artists to submit their work through May 12

The Trenton City Museum’s annual juried art exhibition Ellarslie Open invites artists to submit work until May 12 via its online call for art. Walter Wickiser, from the Wickiser Gallery in New York, will be the jury for the 2022 exhibition. Artists can submit up to six works, with a …

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Signs of the past: The Sun City Art Museum had humble beginnings

By Ed Allen Rex Staley, chairman of Sun City Bank, is credited with the idea of ​​an art museum for Sun City. He was one of the founders of the Phoenix Art Museum and, along with a group of art-loving residents, persuaded it to establish a satellite museum in Sun …

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The Janice Mason Art Museum is approaching its 25th anniversary

Less than a year away from its 25th anniversary, the Janice Mason Art Museum in Cádiz has grown from a backyard idea into a full-fledged bastion of culture and learning. Not bad for a location that was once the largest post office in the county — and nearly went up …

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Northwest Concert Series Sounds – WSU Insider

PULLMAN, Washington – The Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art at Washington State University invites the Pullman campus and the surrounding community to a series of free concerts in April on the 22n/a and 29and. During these concerts, the museum will remain open after normal hours so that visitors can enjoy …

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Boca Raton Museum of Art opens “Art of the Hollywood Backdrop” exhibition

This is your chance to see some of your favorite childhood movies come to life. The Boca Raton Museum of Art is hosting the “Art of the Hollywood Backdrop: Cinema’s Creative Legacy” from April 20 through January 22, 2023. “Twenty-two fabulous backdrops by artists who have never had screen credit. …

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Photo exhibit at UCSB’s Museum of Art, Design and Architecture reflects life in 1970s Isla Vista | Culture & Leisure

Doug’s Bugs Volkswagen Service Station, 1975, by Marion Post Wolcott. (Courtesy of Linda Wolcott Moore) The counterculture era of the late 1960s and early 1970s is gradually fading into legend, buoyed by hazy memories and second-hand stories. To get a better sense of how utopian visions collide with reality on …

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Cleveland Museum of Art Ukraine Benefit Concert

CLEVELAND (WJW) — Several world-class musicians take the stage in a very special concert Friday night to benefit the people of Ukraine. The event was called “Sonyashnyk”, which is the Ukrainian word for sunflower and the country’s national flower. “Everyone participated, the idea was received with so much support and …

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New Wing Luke Museum Executive Director Joël Barraquiel Tan aims to connect culture and community

In a Zoom chat with Joel Barraquiel Tan, who was moving from his home in Hawaii to Seattle to become executive director of the Wing Luke Museum starting April 15, Barraquiel Tan waved at the light pouring in from the window behind him. . “I don’t even know if you …

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What’s Happening This Week: Author Talk, Museum-Free Day, Second Saturday – Decaturish

For more community events, visit “How Do You Atlanta?” To add an event to the calendar, click here. DeKalb County, Georgia — Various events are taking place this week in and around DeKalb County, including an author talk with MO Yuksel and illustrator Mariam Quraishi hosted by Little Shop of …

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The Rockland Museum of Art seeks to bring more diversity to its galleries

ROCKLAND, Maine ― The Farnsworth Art Museum is working to diversify its collection and the artworks it showcases by incorporating more works by women, Indigenous artists and artists of color, as well as more contemporary pieces and new mediums. A first step towards these initiatives is the recent relocation of …

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İBB’s first art museum will be opened in the Golden Horn

İBB’s first art museum will be opened in the Golden Horn The IMM Istanbul Art Museum, which is scheduled to open in the Haliç Shipyard of the Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality, met art lovers at the Gazhane Museum with its first exhibition. Speaking at the opening of the exhibition, IMM President …

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Mary Hoard Art Show returns to the Hoard Museum | Fort Atkinson

The Mary Hoard Art Show returns to the Hoard Historical Museum in Fort Atkinson for its 60th year after a two-year hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Bob Hase, who helped help Mary Hoard create the first art exhibit in 1961, said the return of the exhibit is important for …

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Warhol Screen Tests: Evocative Short Films Arrive at the Currier Museum

Warhol’s work predicts selfie and social media Manchester – The exhibition Warhol Screen Tests will present twenty short films by Andy Warhol (1928-1987) that embody the artist’s fascination with fame and performance. In the mid-1960s, Andy Warhol made hundreds of short films (Screen Tests) of friends and acquaintances who visited …

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Ukraine launches NFT’s ‘War Museum’ as part of Crypto campaign to fund war effort

Ukraine has extended its growing cryptocurrency push to fund its armed forces with the auction of non-fungible tokens (NFTs) in a project chronicling the Russian invasion through art. The digital images included in the Meta History: Museum of War collection detail every day’s aspects of the conflict which has entered …

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Megadealer Ivor Braka sued by artist collection companies – Mariupol museum leveled

Art dealer Ivor Braka is being sued by artists’ resale rights groups for failing to pay royalties to living artists or their estates. The Artists’ Collecting Society (ACS) and the Design and Artists Copyright Society (DACS) have both challenged the merchant in a rare court case. The lawsuit is expected …

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Party in the Park returns to the Mint Museum – WSOC TV

CHARLOTTE — The Currency Museum’s series of outdoor family events is back. The second annual Party in the Park series kicks off Sunday at the Mint Museum Randolph and runs from 1-5 p.m. on the last Sunday of each month through November. [ ALSO READ: Dolly, Tina, MJ highlight Blumenthal’s 2022-2023 …

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Norway’s £500m national museum to open after eight years of wait | Norway

From its “grey box” appearance and exorbitant price tag to lengthy construction delays, Norway’s new national museum has kept critics busy. Located on Oslo’s western waterfront, the £500million museum will be the largest in the Nordic region when it opens on June 11. Yet its director, Karin Hindsbo, felt contrite …

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Denver Art Museum Features Local Student Artists

The Scholastic Art Showcase gives Colorado’s top young artists the chance to inspire other students across the state. DENVER — The Denver Art Museum (DAM) houses works of art created by some of the most famous artists in history. Now it also exhibits paintings, drawings and sculptures by artists you …

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US museum donors among Biden appointees to arts committee – ARTnews.com

Museum donors and private business owners with ties to the cultural sector across the country are among 14 people nominated by Joe Biden to serve on the President’s Advisory Committee on the Arts (PACA), a council formed in 1958 which gives advice on programming the Kennedy. Center in Washington, D.C. …

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Lewiston and Auburn Libraries to Co-Host Program with Bad Art Museum

Lewiston and Auburn Public Libraries plan to co-host the Museum Of Bad Art with a virtual “Tough Times – From Have a Bad Day to Dystopian Apocalypse” program. This free public broadcast will take place on Zoom from 5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. on Monday, March 21. In this presentation, …

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Museum of Underwater Art sculptures unveiled ahead of Great Barrier Reef dive site

Concrete sculptures that will soon be submerged on the Great Barrier Reef have arrived in North Queensland as part of the award-winning Underwater Art Museum. Key points: The public dive site should be installed on Magnetic Island in the middle of the year The sculptures were modeled by leading marine …

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The Southeast Texas Art Museum presents its 2022 protege.

Besides being an art contest, it was a career development opportunity. BEAUMONT, Texas — The Protege Competition and Exhibit held its 36th annual art competition Tuesday night at the Museum of Art of Southeast Texas. This is a contest and exhibit featuring 12th grade performers from Southeast Texas. Besides being …

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Johnson Museum of Art, closed to field trips, continues to educate children

While the past two years of virtual and blended learning have been unusual and empowering for students across the country, Carol Hockett, Hinsta Family Director of School and Family Programs at the Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art in India Cornell University, was determined to expand the classroom experience for …

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SLO Art Museum mural displays black fictional history Calafia’

A new mural at the San Luis Obispo Museum of Art wrapped around all four walls of the building shines a light on a fictional black warrior queen and the unrecorded histories of black Americans in the West. The mural, titled “Calafia Was Here,” by Erin LeAnn Mitchell, is the …

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VAC Foundation and Pushkin Museum officials resign in protest against war – ARTnews.com

Following Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, Putin-affiliated trustees of international museums resigned, blockbuster exhibitions were suspended, and preparations for both countries’ Venice Biennale pavilions came to a halt. This week, it also became clear that the war would have a significant impact on Russia’s art scene, as two heads of the …

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Jacques-Louis David at the Metropolitan Museum — a French revolution in art

“The Oath of the Horatii” by Jacques Louis David (1784-1785) © RMN-Grand Palais/Art Resource, NY; photo: Michel Urtado Jacques-Louis David’s roller-coaster life has taken him from the depths of obscurity to the shaky heights of power. Nourished on conventional academic style, he achieved a radical aesthetic, abandoning rococo flourishes for …

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Heard Museum’s Indian Art Market 2022 showcases top indigenous artists

The Heard Museum Guild Indian Fair & Market is back in person after hosting a virtual event in 2021. Considered one of the largest indigenous art markets in the world, the March 5-6 event will feature over 650 Indigenous artists from across the North. America. Visitors will have the chance …

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Helena’s Holter Museum hosts the inauguration of the EL Wiegand Creativity Center

HELENA — The Helena Holter Museum hosted the grand opening of its new Creativity Center on Saturday, ushering in a new era of making art easily accessible to everyone. “We’re excited about our new EL Wiegand or the ‘W’ creativity hub. This space is meant to be a creative hub …

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The collective brings modern dance to the Museum of Neon Art

By Bridgette M. Redman Pasadena Weekly Contributing Writer NOTeon lights have stories to tell, stories that can be both physical and historical. The stories of California’s retired neon signs have inspired a site-specific immersive dance concert, “In Liquid Light,” to be performed Thursday, March 3 through Sunday, March 6 at …

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🌱 Oceanside PD Recruiting + Art Museum 25th Anniversary Gala

Happy Monday, Oceanside-Camp Pendleton! Let’s start this day. Here are the most important things happening around town today. First, today’s weather forecast: Low clouds and fog may break out. High: 61 Low: 46. If you’re reading this, so are your potential customers. Click here to find out how you can …

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Oakland Museum celebrates the distinctly Californian and enduring beauty of Heath ceramics

A brochure on Heath crockery from 1948. Photo: Brian and Edith Heath Foundation/Environmental Design Archives, UC Berkeley There is a shade of yellow-green that is instantly recognizable to Heath Ceramics fans. Called ‘yuzu’ by the company, after the East Asian citrus fruit, the hue has been used for much of …

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New BMA exhibit curated by security guards will be on display in March – CBS Baltimore

BALTIMORE, (WJZ) — The Baltimore Museum of Art will present a new exhibition that shares works selected by the institution’s security guards. The new exhibition, titled “Guarding the Art“, was entirely organized by the 17 members of the museum’s security team. It will be open to the public on Sunday …

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The Nicolaysen Art Museum reopens the newly renovated “Discovery Center”

CASPER, Wyo.– The Nicolaysen Museum of Art in Casper said Tuesday it was preparing to reopen its “Discovery Center” after an “extensive renovation.” An opening reception for the newly renovated space will be held at 5 p.m. on Tuesday, February 22. The space includes a new sensory station for young …

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MMCA Gwacheon Unveils Three New Bus Stops for Museum Shuttles

One of the new bus stops at the Gwacheon branch of the National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art (MMCA). This one is located in the main doors of the museum. [MMCA] Lee Myung-ja, an 80-year-old woman who lives in Mapo District, west of Seoul, likes to go to art …

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San Antonio Museum of Art opens new exhibit featuring Native American artist Wendy Red Star

Artist Wendy Red Star not only delves into the culture and history of her Native American tribe in the latest exhibition at the San Antonio Museum of Art, but she also invites visitors to experience it. This happens, in part, thanks to her piece, “Sweat Lodge,” which is a sculpture …

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Renaissance Artworks Resurrected in Penn State Palmer Museum’s Latest Exhibit | Way of life

It’s not every day that European Renaissance artwork arrives at State College. Until May 8, the Palmer Museum of Art will display a collection of works by German printmaker Albrecht Dürer in its second-floor special exhibitions gallery. “Engraving in the Age of Dürer” features some of the artist’s most influential …

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A Virgil Abloh exhibit is coming to the Brooklyn Museum this summer – Robb Report

Losing Virgil Abloh last year was a real tragedy, but the Brooklyn Museum is ensuring the late visionary’s legacy lives on with a new investigative exhibit this summer. Running from July 2022 to January 2023, the exhibition is based on the first Abloh retrospective held at the Museum of Contemporary …

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Inauguration of an art and history museum

Islamabad: An art and history exhibition museum is finally ready to open in a newly renovated building in Fatima Jinnah Park. According to the details, the Capital Development Authority (CDA) has completed the renovations and transformed the building into an art museum and exhibition, which would be a fine addition …

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Here’s What You’ll See In America’s Weirdest Museum Exhibits

Museums contain a lot of knowledge and people visit them to learn. In most cases, museums serve as storage or carriers of knowledge from the past. In this case, people can learn and understand what was there and what it meant. Other museums will also contain the knowledge of the …

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Exquisite miniatures by Wes and Rachelle Siegrist at the Wallace State’s Burrow Museum

HANCEVILLE, Ala. – The Evelyn Burrow Museum at Wallace State Community College welcomes EXQUISITE MINIATURES, an exhibition of miniature paintings by Wes and Rachelle Siegrest, on campus this spring from February through April. Free entry. EXQUISITE MINIATURES consists of fifty iconic paintings, including landscapes, portraits, still lifes, wildlife, and other …

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the chiayi art museum presents the exhibition “beneath the surface”

exhibition “below the surface” at the art museum of chiayi the cultural platform taiwan designers’ web recently collaborated with the chiayi art museum to organize ‘below the surface’, a exposure inviting six local design teams to reimagine chiayi city’s public spaces, landmarks and landscapes. it presents five installations and a …

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‘Washi Transformed’ at the Longmont Museum features 30 pieces by 9 Japanese artists

In 2016, the Longmont Museum highlighted the intricate and eye-catching work of international contemporary origami artists with the exhibition “Above The Fold” – curated by Los Angeles-based Japanese art historian Meher McArthur. The show, which featured 60 hand-folded koi fish, proved to be a favorite among visitors. “This exhibit was …

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From Dawn to Dusk with 56 Masterpieces from the National Museum of Sweden opens February 19 at the Nordic National Museum

In the Garden by Johan Krouthen 1887-1888 Nordic Museum information At a time when few international art exhibitions travel to America, the National Nordic Museum is presenting one of the largest West Coast European art exhibitions in 2022On February 19, the National Nordic Museum will premiere a landmark exhibition from …

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Pearl Museum Founder Olayami Dabls Named 2022 Kresge Distinguished Artist

Olayami Dabls, a Detroit artist and muralist who has transformed two city blocks with his vibrant pearl museum that attracts visitors from around the world, has been named the 2022 Kresge Distinguished Artist, the foundation announced Thursday morning. Dabls, 73, will receive $50,000 to use as he sees fit. He …

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Opening of artist Chuck Wilson’s gallery at the Museum of Coastal Carolina

Lifelong entertainer, scout, avid home gardener and community volunteer Chuck Wilson, 63, will host a kick-off reception for his “Moonshine” series. Attracted to painting by the infamous Bob Ross, Wilson began putting paintbrush to canvas in the mid-80s. His work inspired his father to take up a paintbrush as well, …

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Coleman Museum receives gift from CHA Class of 1965 | News

The Coleman Museum and Gallery at Heritage Hall (CHAPS) recently received a donation of $3911.72 from the Coleman High School Class of 1965. The presentation of the class, represented by Ralph Terry and Diann Dunn Dillingham, which did not able to attend the presentation, was made in honor of all …

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HooDoos and Head Cheese: new exhibitions open at the Museum of Art Fort Collins

The Fort Collins Museum of Art welcomes Colorado artists Sean O’Meallie and Anne Bossert to their new exhibits which open Friday. The show sees them in their most whimsical form, with carved wooden balloons, striped arrows and sculpted coronavirus molecules. “The Last Piece” by Sean O’Meallie. O’Meallie’s show is titled …

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Cleveland Museum of Art acquires the art of Cézanne | News, Sports, Jobs

A watercolor by Paul Cezanne is among the recent acquisitions of the Cleveland Museum of Art. “Path in the woods” depicts a forest path at Jas de Bouffan, an estate that Cézanne inherited from his father. According to a CMA press release, “(Cézanne) used selective strokes of watercolor from a …

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The Delaware Museum of Art Reconstructs a Pivotal 1970s Art Exhibit: Afro American Images 1971

WILMINGTON, Delaware (WPVI) – The Delaware Museum of Art is re-enacting a landmark 1970s art exhibit honoring African-American artists and educators who were rejected by the museum half a century ago. Christie Ileto has the story in this week’s 6abc Loves the Arts. Afro American Images 1971, The Vision of …

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Australia’s huge new Bushland Art Museum opens on the NSW south coast this month

During the catastrophic bushfire season in the summer of 2019-20, flames encroached on Bundanon and Riversdale, the 1,100 hectare properties that were gifted to the Australian public by artist Arthur Boyd and his wife Yvonne Boyd in 1993. Located in the Shoalhaven region on the south coast of New South …

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The Utah Museum of Contemporary Art’s new exhibit highlights the power of art to inspire and unite communities.

For freedoms: the UMOCA art collective for political change (UMOCA) Hank Willis Thomas, Justice, 2021 Mixed media including American flags 39 1/2 x 71 1/2 x 2 1/2 inches, (100.3 x 181.6 x 6.4 centimeters), © Hank Willis Thomas / Kayne Griffin Gallery By Aimee L. Cook | For the …

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Fort Worth Museum of Modern Art hosts exhibition of women painters – ARTnews.com

“Why were there no great female artists?” is the question at the heart of an essay by Linda Nochlin of the same name, first published in ARTnews in 1971. In this article, Nochlin opposes the “insidious” answer that the question elicits: “There are no great women artists because women are …

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Inlander Insights: Paul Manoguerra from the Jundt Art Museum | Arts & Culture | Spokane | Interior of the Pacific Northwest

Click to enlarge Basilica of San Francesco d’Assisi, Italy by John Ferguson Weir, 1902, oil on canvas. Iit looks like something that only extremely art-loving locals know, but Spokane has a free art museum. Located on the shore of Lake Arthur, on the edge of campus, Gonzaga University’s Jundt Art …

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Erie Art Museum hosts a second event on Sundays filled with family activities

With colder temperatures and increasing cases of COVID-19, one thing families have an opportunity to do is spend time together painting. It was a rainy Sunday afternoon that left families thinking outside the box for something fun to do. One place that was one step ahead was the Erie Art …

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Olympic-themed exhibition opens at the National Art Museum of China

Hu Heping (left), Chinese Minister of Culture and Tourism, and Shen Haixiong, Chairman of China Media Group, attended the opening ceremony of the exhibition in Beijing, China on January 7, 2021. / CMG Hu Heping (left), Chinese Minister of Culture and Tourism, and Shen Haixiong, Chairman of China Media Group, …

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The real and the imaginary in European art

The Doge’s Palace (The Ducal Palace). Claude Monet. Photo courtesy of the Brooklyn Museum. Opening on February 4, 2022, the new thematic relocation of the museum’s famous 19th and 20th century European art collections features nearly ninety significant paintings, sculptures and works on paper, many of which were not exhibited …

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Robert E. Lee statue in Richmond may head to Black History Museum – ARTnews.com

A Confederate monument to Robert E. Lee in Richmond, Virginia that has become a flashpoint in America’s fierce debate over public monuments may have a new home: the city’s Black History Museum and Cultural Center. Virginia Governor Ralph Northam and Richmond Mayor Levar Stoney announced last week that they had …

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Museum presenting the “Landscapes of the permanent collection” | Characteristics

Picturesque landscapes are presented in an area exhibit. “Landscapes from the Permanent Collection” is on display until February 13 in the Titelman Galleries and the Paula and Dean Lemley Gallery of the Southern Alleghenies Museum of Art in Bedford, located in the Anderson House, 137 E. Pitt St. The exhibition …

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award for YSP director Peter Murray, museum director Diane Lees and artist Es Devlin

The Queen’s New Year UK Honors List has been announced for 2022 with a few big names in the art world appearing on the prestigious list of awards. Peter Murray, the founder and executive director of Yorkshire Sculpture Park (YSP), has been knighted. “Peter has led the organization for over …

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New Hmong Cultural Center Museum Storefront Space Opened With More Space, More Information – Twin Cities

Think of it as a neighborhood museum where you can learn more about your neighbors. The Hmong Cultural Center Museum officially opened in early December in a store on the ground floor of University Avenue. It is a few blocks from where the first Hmong refugees settled in St. Paul …

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New exhibition of the Sakıp Sabancı museum on Abdülmecid Efendi

ISTANBUL The Sakıp Sabancı Museum (SSM) of the University of Sabancı hosts the exhibition “The Extraordinary World of the Prince: Abdülmecid Efendi” on the life and art of Abdülmecid Efendi, the last Caliph of the Ottoman Empire who had a lasting effect on Turkish art history. Besides his patronage to …

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CVB, art museum team to promote public art | News

Owensboro-Daviess County Convention and Visitors Bureau Partners with Owensboro Art Museum to Promote Owensboro Tour of 21 Public Works of Art as “One of the Best in the Midwest” . “This campaign gives us the opportunity to reintroduce Owensboro’s thriving public art scene to both our community and to out-of-town …

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The Sparkling Science of Jewelry at the Perot Museum – NBC 5 Dallas-Fort Worth

All that glitters is at The form of matter: through the eyes of an artist, a special exhibition showcasing the work of internationally renowned jewelry designer Paula Crevoshay. The exhibit is on display at the Perot Museum of Nature and Science in Dallas until April 20. Showcasing around 70 pieces …

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Art Industry News: Museum Curators More Trustworthy Than Judges Or Scientists, New Survey Says + More Stories

Art Industry News is a daily digest of the most important developments in the art world and the art market. Here is what you need to know this Thursday, December 23. NEED TO READ Inside the Freakonomics of the Art Industry – Freakonomics author Stephen Dubner has published a three-part …

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Metropolitan Museum of Art limits attendance amid virus wave

The Metropolitan Museum of Art said on Tuesday it would limit attendance to around 10,000 visitors per day due to the highly infectious variant of Omicron. During a normal holiday season, the museum would expect almost twice as many visitors. “The safety of our staff and visitors remains our top …

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Three solo exhibitions on display at the UCSB Museum of Art, Design and Architecture | Culture & Leisure

Posted on December 19, 2021 | 5:13 p.m. Three contemporary solo exhibitions will open in January at the Art, Design & Architecture Museum (AD&A Museum) at UCSB. Harmonia Rosales 2021 photographed by Jeff McLane. (Courtesy of the artist and artist space UTA.) Spanning time and space, the exhibits present reimagined …

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Phoenix Museum of Art exhibit showcases’ 60s paper fashions

The paper fashion movement of the 1960s lasted only two short years, but it was two years of paper, paper and more paper. Paper saris, knitted paper dresses, paper handbags and paper jewelry. Now you can see over 80 pieces preserved at the Phoenix Art Museum. “Generation Paper: Fast Fashion …

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Museum fellows present their work on Friday

The 2021 class of Aspen Art Museum Artist Fellows will unveil their projects and share them with the community on Friday evening. This year’s group includes a ceramist Louise Deroualle, painters Dave Durrance, Monica Goldsmith and Lindsay Jones, photo artist Trace Nichols and installation artist Lara Whitley. The presentations will …

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Funding from Arts Broward’s (FAB) “Black & White: A Night At The Museum”

Funding Arts Broward (FAB), a non-profit organization committed to the preservation and cultivation of the arts in Broward County, will present its fifth annual special event “Black & White: A Night At The Museum” on Monday January 10 from 6 p.m. to 8 a.m. pm This elegant black-and-white themed cocktail …

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“Watercolor Wisconsin” to open at the Wustum Museum |

RACINE – The 55th year of “Watercolor Wisconsin” is on view from December 15 to April 23 at the Charles A. Wustum Museum of Fine Arts, a campus of the Racine Art Museum at 2519 Northwestern Ave. “Watercolor Wisconsin” is an annual state-wide competition held by the museum since 1966. …

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Eric Merrell at La Quinta Museum, Headstone for Christina Lillian, Farewell to Kathi Hilton, Agnes’ Dead Reckoning and more

Eric Merrell is broadcast widely in the West, but soon you’ll have the rare opportunity to see 35 works of The Desert Master right here in Coachella Valley. Merrell completed the series of paintings – showing the ‘wonder and strength’ of the desert landscape – during an artist residency in …

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The reorganization of the Reina Sofia museum puts the small picture in the foreground | Spain

ohOn the second floor of the Reina Sofía Museum in Madrid, not far from Picasso’s immense and still livid Guernica, is a much smaller but equally eloquent testimony to the civilian cost of the Spanish Civil War. Robert Capa’s photograph of rue Peironcely n ° 10 in Madrid’s working-class neighborhood …

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Pomona Museum’s mobile art program breaks ‘barriers’ in schools – Daily Bulletin

Ashley Rowley stood in front and center of Kim Lowe’s fourth grade class. Holding a ball of gray dough in her palms, she asked the students if they had ever played with clay before. In the class of 31, only a handful raised their hands. “I’ve never touched clay before, …

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Boston College Museum receives $ 20 million art donation from Peter Lynch

“It’s a transformational gift,” said Nancy Netzer, inaugural director of Robert L. and Judith T. Winston of the McMullen Museum. “We are a small museum and these works have been in private hands for a long time. They were not shown to the public, the students did not work on …

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Denver Art Museum reflects on plundered African art

DENVER (AP) – British troops in 1897 staged a violent retaliatory raid on the kingdom of Benin, in what is now southern Nigeria, looting and torching the royal palace and sending the oba, or king, into exile . The British confiscated all of the royal treasures of their colonial subjects, …

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Keeping It Local: This is museum-quality art – only it’s for the kitchen

This week Wallace Baine, my colleague on Rhythm Arts & Entertainment, and I posted lists of gift ideas that focus on local artisans. Our suggestions cover books, beverages, visual art, food and Clothes. In this last part, you will find gifts for the kitchen and the house. Lookout shows you …

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Rivalry between museums ‘could make the Dutch Vermeer exhibition the last of its kind’ | Johannes vermeer

Amsterdam’s Rijksmuseum has announced a “first and last” exhibition of all of Johannes Vermeer’s paintings that are fit for travel, as its director has claimed that growing rivalry between museums makes such international cooperation unlikely in the future. . Vermeer, whose most famous work is Girl with a Pearl Earring, …

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Terry Allen art exhibition at the TTU Museum

LUBBOCK, Texas (Press release) – Down in the Dirt: Graphic Art by Terry Allen is now on display at the Museum of Texas Tech University. The exhibit features over 70 original works of art by Lubbock-raised visual artist and musician Terry Allen. The exhibition will be open until March 2022. …

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Oregon Museums Hope To Attract Shoppers To ‘Museum Store Sunday’

PORTLAND, Ore. (KOIN) – Museum stores in the United States are trying to market themselves during a week when so many people are shopping for holiday gifts. The Oregon Historical Society and the Portland Art Museum are no exception. Between Small Business Saturday and Cyber ​​Monday, museums throng in the …

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Reopening of the Courtauld Gallery: Somerset House Museum “is more beautiful than ever”

“When the Courtauld Gallery closed in 2018 for renovation, I was concerned it would lose the atmosphere that made it one of London’s most unique museums,” Ben Luke said in the London Evening Standard. “But it’s more beautiful than ever, with a renovation perfectly judged.” This remarkable collection, established by …

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Museum of Arts and Design’s contemporary jewelry pop-up returns for the holiday edition

The Museum of Arts and Design will present the twenty-first edition of MAD About Jewelry (formerly LOOT: MAD About Jewelry), its annual exhibition and sale of unique contemporary jewelry. Open to the public with free admission, December 7-11, following the opening benefit honoring contemporary crafts educator and advocate Helen Drutt …

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The Richmond Art Museum exhibits works by artists from Indiana, Ohio

RICHMOND, Indiana – The Richmond Art Museum is hosting Indiana’s longest-running juryed art competition until January 8. The 123rd Annual Indiana and Ohio Artists’ Exhibition features more than 200 artists from both states, according to a press release. Linda Crank, an artist from Cincinnati, Ohio, selected 156 works for the …

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Enter the ancient city of Palmyra at the Crow Museum of Asian Art – NBC 5 Dallas-Fort Worth

A few years after the ancient city of Palmyra was designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1980, Carolyn Brown made the first of three trips to the Syrian site to photograph one of the most magnificent cultural centers of the ancient world . A poignant documentation of a cultural …

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Tokyo Art Museum’s ‘Vampires’ is an ambitious independent epic

Vampires, the latest single from the Tokyo Art Museum, is a dizzying display of crystal-clear guitars and vocal melodies the size of a stadium. Tokyo Museum of Art is the project of Sydney-based artist Josh Lloyd. Although the project is only at the beginning of its life, the brand new …

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Karnes promoted to chief curator at the Modern Art Museum

Andrea Karnes has been promoted to Chief Curator of Fort Worth Museum of Modern Art. Director Marla Price announced the promotion on November 17. Karnes has been with the Museum team since the beginning of her career in the early 1990s. She has accumulated a record of critically acclaimed exhibitions …

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Andy Warhol’s West arrives at the James Museum

Andy Warhol’s brand new exhibit, Warhol’s West, is set to debut at the James Museum in downtown St. Petersburg in October. West Warhol explores pop artist Andy Warhol’s fascination with the American West. The exhibit features a wide array of Western imagery and more of Warhol, including his latest big …

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The Cummer Museum celebrates its 60th anniversary

The Cummer Museum of Art & Gardens has fun family events planned for the weekend to celebrate. JACKSONVILLE, Florida – The Cummer Museum of Art & Gardens is one of the largest art museums in Northeast Florida. This week they are celebrating 60 years of service to the community and …

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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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From mom to museum volunteer • The Nob Hill Gazette

Pamela Hornik is a patron and collector. She volunteers at Stanford’s Cantor Arts Center – where she sits on the Director’s Advisory Board and is an ambassador for its 2022 Museums by Moonlight gala – as well as the neighboring Anderson Collection. (Eamon Ore-Giron’s work behind her is part of …

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Columbus Museum of Art, Polaris Lighthouse

The creator of “The starry Night, “Sunflowers, “IrisAnd many more paintings will take center stage this fall at two very different art exhibitions in Columbus. Vincent Van Gogh, the brilliant but tortured post-impressionist painter, will be celebrated with his contemporary artists in “Through Vincent’s Eyes: Van Gogh and his Sources, …

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What a museum wants to be in the 21st century

This article is part of our last Fine Arts & Exhibitions special report, on how artistic institutions help the public to discover new options for the future. DENVER – What if an old art museum could start over, emptying walls, cleaning floors, dismantling everything that hangs from ceilings and resting …

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Palm Beaches Museum Tour: World Class Tour

LAKE WORTH BEACH, Fla., Oct.15, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – (Oct. 15, 2021) – The Palm Beaches, Fla. Is an art lover’s paradise. Home to a wide variety of artistic adventures – especially world-class art and history museums – the destination offers experiences for visitors of all ages. The Palm Beach …

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