Monthly Archives: May 2021

Morocco: painting the clean city

A young man strikes a pose while helping his friends clean up his hometown in Morocco. (Photo by Mourad Fedouache) FMT in partnership with The Global Institute For Tomorrow (GIFT) brings you Covid-19 “healers” from Morocco. When the first cases of Covid-19 appeared in Morocco, citizens of Dowar Chanti, in …

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‘Inclusiva’ – Evanston Round Table

A new large, abstract public artwork called “Inclusiva” is expected to be installed at the end of June on the east side of the new Robert Crown Center, just north of the main entrance. Commissioned by the City and managed by Woodhouse Tinucci Architects, the building’s designers, the stainless steel …

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Check out the 2021 Laurel Festival calendar! | Life

Wellsboro, PA – The Pennsylvania State Laurel Festival runs from Saturday June 12 through Sunday June 20. According to Julie Henry, executive director of the Wellsboro area chamber of commerce, “this will include both the Pet Parade and the Laurel Parade,” she added. In 2020, the festival was postponed to …

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A man for all seasons – The New Indian Express

Express press service It may have faded from public memory, but at the dawn of the twentieth century, Ananda Kentish Coomaraswamy was the only voice that sang to an indifferent and often censored West of the glories of the miniature paintings of Rajasthan and Mughal, of transcendence. of ancient sculpture …

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Collin Sexton’s 20-21 paint score was impressive

In this season now gone for the Cleveland Cavaliers, guard Collin Sexton led the club in scoring again with 24.3 points per outing. He followed his second season, one in which he did the same with 20.8 points per game, with another step forward in that direction. Sexton leaned more …

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Shelly McVey | The Gazette

SHELLY MCVEY Iowa city Shelly McVey, formerly of Cedar Falls, joined her Eternal Family on Saturday, May 22, 2021. A celebration of life is scheduled for later this summer. Shelly was a donor to the Iowa Donor’s Network, improving the lives of over 50 people. In lieu of flowers, please …

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AI artists in the crypto space – ARTnews.com

When Christie’s hosted its first Art + Tech Summit in 2018, the topic was blockchain. The second edition, in June 2019, focused on artificial intelligence. Blockchain and artificial intelligence are two big hot topics, and they crossed paths unexpectedly, especially during this year’s crypto art boom. Artists whose work uses …

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Tubman sculpture in the early stages | Arts

CAMBRIDGE – Wofford Sculpture Studio partners with Alpha Genesis CDC to create a new monument. Emmy Award-winning and Oscar-winning sculptor Wesley Wofford works from his private studio in the mountains of North Carolina. “We have been humbled by the overwhelming public response to Harriet Tubman – ‘The Journey to Freedom’ …

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In his moment of triumph, Arthur Jafa is looking for trouble

This year, also in Gladstone, he organized an exhibition of photographs by Robert Mapplethorpe which included many explicit images. And her new gallery exhibit, where the metal sculptures exude a distinct dungeon energy, also includes several photographs of her own – one frankly sexual, showing a flaccid penis, unidentified owner. …

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NOTL artists find pandemic reprieve in painting

Niagara-on-the-Lake artist Julia Kane said that, in a way, the multiple lockdowns in Ontario have been a blessing in disguise. “I have had more time than ever to paint in my life. I don’t have all the millions of other things that usually happen in my life, ”she says. “I …

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New Summerfest sculpture at airport gives free ticket

Recently, a one-of-a-kind guitar structure was installed at Milwaukee Mitchell International Airport. American Family Insurance, Summerfest’s main sponsor, unveiled the artwork in front of the Summerfest Marketplace pre-security inside the airport. Along with the installation, Summerfest is holding a raffle on their Facebook page for the chance to win two …

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LiveXLive’s StudioOne Enters License Agreement for Its First Original Digital Franchise; Ficto will distribute the Contest / Trivia Dread For Cred series

LOS ANGELES, May 25, 2021 / PRNewswire / – LiveXLive Media (Nasdaq: LIVX) (“LiveXLive”), a global live and on-demand streaming platform for audio, video and podcast / vodcast content in music, comedy and pop culture, and owner of PodcastOne, Slacker Radio, React presents and Custom Personalization Solutions, today announced that …

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Thousands of civil servants remain at home until July

Although there may be some hesitation, many Michigan companies are now able to return employees to their normal work environment. Yesterday marked the official state-authorized return-to-work day following governor’s orders that where possible, employees should work from home due to the dangers of the COVID-19 virus outbreak. But some companies …

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Doreen Scafe Obituary (2021) – La Crosse, WI

Doreen scafe SPARTA – Doreen Scafe, 85, of Sparta, passed away on Thursday, May 20, 2021 at Agrace HospiceCare, Fitchburg, WI. She was born on February 6, 1936 in Warrington, England, to Harry and Victoria (Loake) Taylor. She grew up in England and was a very good swimmer when she …

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Tim’s memorial sculpture unveiled

“From humble beginnings to greatness” was how Boree Creek’s favorite son, Tim Fischer, AC was remembered by the hundreds who flocked to attend the unveiling of his memorial sculpture at Tim Fischer Community Park in Boree Creek on Sunday. The recovered metal likeness of Mr. Fischer’s artist Urana Andrew Whitehead, …

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Library offers summer reading program | New

ENID, Okla. – With area schools nearing the end of the school year, the Enid and Garfield County Public Library nears the start of its summer reading program. The library will launch “Tails and Tales” from 2 to 7 pm on June 4th. The A2Z therapeutic petting zoo and giant …

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Kedus selected as Apple Music’s latest Up Next artist

Apple Music has announced an emerging R&B talent Kedus as its artist Up Next, the latest on the streaming platform’s agenda to unearth and showcase emerging talent from across the country. Kedus, who released his heartwarming debut single “ Sunset Dream ” earlier this month, discovered his passion for writing …

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60 seconds with sculpture in the city’s Stella Ioannou

Stella Ioannou is director at Lacuna – Creative Projects Consultancy, the founder of Sculpture in the City. This annual park of urban sculptures set amidst the iconic architecture of the city’s insurance district has become one of the cultural highlights of the Square Mile. Each summer, the City of London …

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Silverlake and Sculpture by the Lakes Launch Contest

A FINAL call is made for artists to participate in a prestigious competition and have a chance to see their work exhibited. Silverlake, Habitat First Group’s vacation home development in Warmwell, has partnered with Sculpture by the Lakes to launch a sculpture competition. Recognizing the need to support the arts …

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12 best subscription boxes for couples 2021

What if the next delivery that comes to your door isn’t an Amazon purchase your partner is going to hesitate about, but a fun surprise for the two of you to enjoy together? Couples subscription boxes are a great way to shake things up, introduce yourself to new foods and …

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Busch Gardens launches children’s weekends

Busch Gardens Williamsburg will be hosting Kids Weekends from June 4-20, 2021 (courtesy of Busch Gardens Williamsburg) WILLIAMSBURG – Make way, Sesame Street Forest of Fun fans! Kid’s Weekends at Busch Gardens Williamsburg (BGW) will run throughout June. (Courtesy of Sesame Street Workshop and Busch Gardens Williamsburg) From June 4 …

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Murals paint a picture of Sarasota’s past

Remembering Sarasota’s Overtown District The painted murals in Sarasota keep memories of the area’s first black community alive. SARASOTA, Florida – The Rosemary Arts and Design District (RADD) recruits artists from across the country to paint murals of early settlers in the historic Overtown district of Sarasota, Sarasota’s first black …

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5 things to do on the Jersey Shore this week

NEW JERSEY – There is a lot to see and do in Jersey Shore this season. Many annual events return this spring and summer after the coronavirus pandemic canceled them last year. The Jersey Shore is full of activities and events that people look forward to every week. Most cities …

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Kennedy Center Laureates Still Appreciate Lean Tribute

WASHINGTON (AP) – This year’s Kennedy Center Honors could be a slimmer deal as the country emerges from the coronavirus pandemic – but winner Dick Van Dyke still says it’s ‘the cap of my career’. The 43rd class also includes country music legend Garth Brooks, dancer and choreographer Debbie Allen, …

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Pooh Shiesty Reveals Shy Season – Spring Deluxe

Image Credit: Cover Art Platinum Certified Rapper Memphis, TN POOH SHIESTY announced the arrival of the extended version of its groundbreaking mixtape, SHIESTY SEASON – DELUXE SPRING via The New 1017 / Atlantic Records by Gucci Mane. Luxury sees the appearances of G Herbo for “Switch It Up” and Lil …

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Messages encoded in pop songs

“The music has to talk about the time. My music is about what is happening now,” Ajudha told BBC Culture. “A contemporary artist should write about what is happening in the world, because it is a marker of history; you can’t delete a song that people like. Much of the …

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All Fired Up Pottery Paint Shop in Bethesda closed

Photo from the All Fired Up Facebook page All Fired Up, a pottery painting studio in Bethesda, will close next week due to financial challenges related to the COVID-19 pandemic, according to the owner. Owner Liz Winchell told Bethesda Beat on Thursday that the store’s last day would be May …

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Pieter Ceizer “Peace” & “Hope” Sculptures Release date

Amsterdam-born Parisian artist Pieter Ceizer is back with a new set of wood sculptures dubbed Hope and Peace. Sound tracking Keep the smile and Love wooden sculptures for Valentine’s Day, Ciezer’s latest creations promote hope, positivity and good vibes before summer. Hope features a hand with its pointer and middle …

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Rudyard Kipling’s Tainted Genie

May 22, 2021 How the righteous stories were made. By John Batchelor. Yale University Press; 240 pages; $ 25 and £ 18.99 ALREADY, IN HIS By the mid-1930s, Bombay-born writer Rudyard Kipling had begun to polarize audiences. In 1901, satirists claimed that “the British Empire had been placed under his …

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Global Diamond Painting Market SWOT Analysis, Key Indicators, Forecast 2027: Yiwu Yuhui Imp & Exp Co., Ltd. – KSU

The report entitled “Global Diamond Painting Market: Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends and Forecast 2021-2027Using various methodologies, aims to review and bring forward deep and accurate data regarding the global Diamond Painting market. The report is divided into different well-defined sections to provide the reader with a simple and …

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Family fun at Morris Arboretum this summer

Family fun at Morris Arboretum this summer There is so much to discover at Morris Arboretum this summer! Ready for the next level of scavenger hunt? Artist Reed Bmore of Baltimore, Maryland installed his wire sculptures in the trees around the Arboretum. He carefully placed four wire sculptures high in …

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Sculpture exhibition begins at Borde Hill Garden

sculptures on display at Borde Hill Garden, near Haywards Heath. Photograph: Derek Martin / dm21050103a” src=”/wp-content/uploads/2021/05/Sculpture-exhibition-begins-at-Borde-Hill-Garden.jpg” />Ed Elliott’s Greer, Guardian Angel – one of 80 sculptures on display at Borde Hill Garden, near Haywards Heath. Photograph: Derek Martin / dm21050103a The site, near Haywards Heath, officially started the exhibit on …

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A closer look at British soca artist Simbaarley

The talented Simbaarley (Nathaniel Seún Leigertwood) represents both Saint Vincent and Antigua in the soca scene. How does he define himself as an artist and what is his personal vision of his career so far? First, what made you choose Simbaarley as your artist name?The name is a cross blend …

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Global Artificial Flowers Market Report Ensured Quality, Customer Satisfaction, Analyst Support, Instant Delivery – KSU

Syndicate market research Last updated report on “ Global Artificial Flowers Market 2021 ” Analyze the research methodology Calculate, including Secondary research, primary research, company share analysis, model (including macro-monetary pointers, demographics, and industry pointers: spending, foundations, regional development and offices), research limits and revenue-based modeling. Examination on the part …

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WB Yeats awarded with London sculpture

It’s a surprising fact that the only poet raised in England to win the Nobel Prize for Literature has no monuments anywhere in England – nowhere in the UK, in fact. This is less surprising when one remembers that the poet is WB Yeats who, although he spent most of …

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