Monthly Archives: February 2022

The Blast Academy set designers’ decision to cut eight categories from the live Oscars show

the Society of Scene Decorators of America blew up the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences and his leadership following the shock decision to remove eight categories from the live broadcast of the upcoming Oscars on March 27. The SDSA Board of Directors has sent its missive to the …

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Bronx-born baker Brittany Lombardi seeks sweet success at Food Network’s ‘Spring Baking Championship’ – Bronx Times

The Bronx will be well represented when the fifth season of Food Network’s “Spring Baking Championship: Easter” airs Monday. Representing Boogie Down will be Pelham Bay native Brittany Lombardi, who hopes to dazzle the Food Network judges with her jaw-dropping French and Italian cakes, accented with artful design and a …

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NHA acquires rare painting by Elizabeth Rebecca Coffin

The Investigator and the Mirror (February 27, 2022) The Nantucket Historical Association acquired the painting “The Old Falconer of Ben Gana, Sheikh of the Zibans,” by Elizabeth Rebecca Coffin, courtesy of the Friends of the Nantucket Historical Association with additional support from members of the Friends Acquisition Committee. Coffin (1850–1930) …

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Marian Anderson’s sculpture project is now seeking an artist

The planners behind the desire to erect a sculpture of Marian Anderson in her hometown are researching potential artists and, for the first time, have set out a detailed timeline for the project’s completion. On Sunday – the 125th anniversary of Anderson’s birth – the project will begin soliciting RFQs …

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Nora Rogers Obituary (1952 – 2022) – Port Angeles, WA

Nora Rogers died suddenly and at home with her husband Ron by her side on February 6, 2022. Nora was born in Port Angeles on March 31, 1952 to Norm and Rita Pollack. After graduating from Port Angeles High School in 1970, Nora attended Seattle University where she graduated in …

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Your weekly horoscope inspired by Rob Brezsny’s “Astrology of Free Will”

Our partner Rob Brezsny provides his weekly wisdom to enlighten our thinking and motivate our mood. Rob’s free will astrology, is a syndicated weekly column appearing in more than 100 publications. He is also the author of Pronoia is the antidote to paranoia: how all of creation conspires to shower …

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Never-Before-Seen JRR Tolkien Paintings, Photographs and Video Clips Released | JRR Tolkien

Unpublished photographs and paintings of JRR Tolkien, the author of the Lord of the Rings fantasy books, have been published by the writer’s estate, along with drafts of manuscripts and letters. His website has been relaunched with new material, including sections on Tolkien’s calligraphy and a timeline of his life. …

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Alperton: Grand Union will be inspired by children’s sculptures

Published: 17:34 February 25, 2022 One of the nation’s foremost sculptors is about to complete a piece of art for the Grand Union neighborhood – after taking inspiration from students at the local Alperton Community School. The bronze sculpture, which was also inspired by award-winning teacher Andrea Zafirakou, shows three …

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A crossroads of crafts and culture

At a time when almost everything is made by machine, products meticulously created by artisans offer a glimpse into our deeply rooted traditions and culture. Coalescence, an ongoing Craft Mela (fair) at Bikaner House, India Gate, which opened on Wednesday, is an attempt to highlight cultural practices and craftsmanship that …

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Ukraine is home to thousands of museums, ranging from small private institutions to large state-owned collections in Kyiv, the capital, and Odessa, a port city on the Black Sea. State collections include important works of Ukrainian and Russian art; Classical and Byzantine artifacts; and paintings by Bellini, Goya, Rubens and …

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KNY Fan Shares Awesome Painting Video Of Tengen Uzui

Tengen Uzui gets flashy in a new video that shows how a fan created a beautiful watercolor portrait of the Sound Hashira. A talented demon slayer fan shows how they created a stunning portrait of the Sound Hashira Tengen Uzui. The new painting and video documenting the process of its …

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‘Blue Trees’ artist returns to Houston with colossal new sculpture

The Houston couple married in 2012, and although Veronica immediately went off birth control, they put off trying seriously to get pregnant for a while, until their mid-30s, never imagining that they might have fertility problems. “It wasn’t something we talked about,” Veronica says, citing cultural factors. There were no …

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Punk Flea Market brings alternative art to Richmond

“Sir” Marcus Barry sells tankards, medieval-style rings, pendants and other vintage items at Southeast Punk’s flea market. Photo by Shawn Terry Gabriela de Camargo Goncalves, Spectrum editor Alternative music echoed through the ballroom speakers as well as people chattering about which art print to get, what size t-shirt would fit …

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Arts sector boosted with free municipal events in Cornwall

Cornish towns and high streets will be buzzing between now and the end of March as projects funded by the European Regional Development Fund Welcome Back Fund (WBF) and supported by Cornwall Council and the UK Government reach their peak. Topping the list is an entertaining program of over 100 …

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Formula 1 odds paint an intriguing picture of Lewis Hamilton’s retirement

The fact that Lewis Hamilton’s Formula 1 World Championship odds have barely budged shows that few expected him to retire. Seven-time Formula 1 world champion Lewis Hamilton is indeed set to return to Mercedes for a 10th season in 2022 after off-season speculation that he could retire after the 2021 …

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Raleigh Artists Use Found Objects to Create Elaborate Sculptures :: WRAL.com

A Raleigh artist uses found objects to create elaborate sculptures, some of which she calls Teabots. Her work is a means of comfort, given her years of chronic pain. View Transcript CUMBERLAND, ROSEN, ONSLOW AND EASTERN BRUNSWICK COUNTY. >> RECYCLED OBJECTS TRANSFORMED INTO SCULPTURE. TONIGHT WE FIND OUR TRAVELER AND …

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Student Art Show returns to Nobles County Art Gallery – The Globe

WORTHINGTON – Art teaches our students more than just how to make art. Art is a universal language. District 518 art teachers see daily how visual communication can bridge the language gap. Many students who fill our art rooms are new to our district and some to the school in …

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Love Khaani receives Emirates Influencer Artist Award 2022 by WeTel TV

Love Khaani, one of the Top Pakistani Women TikTok Sensation, Social Media Influencer, Businesswoman and Model, was recently honored by WeTel TV for the Emirates Influencer Artist Award 2022. She is the first Pakistani female influencer and the only woman to receive this award. WeTel TV is a UAE-based television …

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WATCH NOW: Houston store owners’ love of paint and home decor leads to Timeless Creations | Business

STEVE CAHALAN For La Crosse Tribune HOUSTON, Minnesota — Their love of painting and home decorating led Vicki Olson and her daughter, Kristen Collins, to open Timeless Creations in 2015 at the Olson Farm on the freeway. 16 two miles west of Houston. The business outgrew its original location in …

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China Ice Day’s Cornhole Raises Funds for a Group of Maine Women Veterans

CHINA — On a cold, rainy day last October, Nichole Jordan jumped into the pond, where she hosts Women Veteran’s Glamping, after being dared by a woman during the trip. Jordan, cold and soaked, raised $160 in donations while jumping to demonstrate how far she will go to benefit her …

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High winds destroy several ice sculptures during the ‘Winter Wanderland’ event in downtown Midland

MIDLAND, MI – A series of wintry conditions shattered some of the ice sculptures that dotted downtown Midland this weekend for a special event. More than 20 ice sculptures, sponsored by many local businesses, were on display as part of the city’s “Winter Wanderland” event which officially kicked off on …

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Local music entrepreneur will host more than 50 vendors in pop-up shop in Albany Capital Center

ALBANY — Kay Hollywood, owner of YRR Clothing Co. and recording artist, is hosting a pop-up shop from 2-7 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 20 at the Albany Capital Center. “I have a lot of people coming from all over. It’s not just a pop-up shop in Albany,” Hollywood said. “When I …

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Painting with a Twist Cultivates Love with Valentine’s Day Paintings | Herald Community Newspapers

From two months together to a ten year anniversary, couples from Baldwin and out of town have come to the family business Painting with a Twist to create art infused with love. The two sold-out painting sessions gave a much-needed boost to the local woman-owned business that is struggling to …

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Tours of the Solar System Sculpture Trail in Northern Ireland and Cambridge

A model of the solar system designed by artist and children’s author Oliver Jeffers is on display in Derry-Londonderry, Belfast and Cambridge as part of Unboxed: Creativity in the UK, a collaboration between art, science and technology. Our Place in Space includes a 10km three-dimensional sculpture trail, an interactive AR …

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7 questions to Charly and Hanna Bailly, the owners of the Bailly gallery in Geneva

With much of the international art market searching for the next big star, gallerists Charly and Hanna Bailly have taken a more scholarly approach, earning a reputation as highly skilled experts in the fields of art. impressionist, modern and post-war art. , as well as the design. The success is …

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Wood River High School Students Paint Inspirational Pictures in Elementary School Hallways

WOOD RIVER, Neb. (KSNB) – Students at Wood River Rural High School paint murals on the walls of Wood River Elementary School. About eight high school art students work on a project to decorate the elementary school hallways. They’ve spent the past four weeks painting pictures of giraffes, greenery, fireflies …

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Photos: Unique ice sculptures at World of Winter 2022

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WOTV) – The fun continues at West Michigan’s “Frozen Fun Festival,” also known as World of Winter 2022! From Friday, February 11 through Sunday, February 13, an ice sculpture tour kicked off at Rosa Parks Circle in downtown Grand Rapids. Attendees bundled up in their winter gear …

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MARK YOUR CALENDAR: Upcoming Events in the Danville Area | Lifestyles

As this section is free, community events are likely to be held depending on available space. Articles on religion are posted on the Saturday church page. Email events to [email protected] TODAY, FEB. 16 WEDNESDAY CLUB PROGRAM: The Wednesday Club program will feature Music from the Melting Pot: American Songs and …

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EXCLUSIVE ViacomCBS’ Paramount+ ‘thinks local’ to go global with streaming

Figures of people are seen in front of the Paramount+ logo displayed, in this illustration taken January 20, 2022. REUTERS/Dado Ruvic/Illustration/File Photo Join now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Register Feb 15 (Reuters) – When reality series “The Challenge: War of the Worlds” launches on four continents in June, …

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artnet: Gerhard Richter has announced his retirement from painting in 2020. Since then, his market has jumped 140%

Evaluation Gerhard Richter has announced his retirement from painting in 2020. Since then, his market has jumped 140% We looked at the artist’s market on his 90th birthday. Naomi Rea, February 15, 2022 A trio by Gerhard Richters, Sotheby’s Contemporary Art Evening …

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Snow sculpture to create jobs: Union minister : The Tribune India

Our correspondent Jammu, February 14 Lieutenant Governor of Ladakh (LG) RK Mathur today called Union Minister of State Jitendra Singh in New Delhi and demanded the introduction of snow carving in the Union Territory. The minister assured LG that snow carving will be introduced in Ladakh in a …

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Initiatives in Art and Culture and Mark Hanna announce “The Jewelry Industry: Perspectives on…

François-Xavier Morvan, Senior Manager Sustainable Development Performance, KeringImage courtesy of IAC Kirsten Hund, Head of Carbon Neutrality, DeBeersImage courtesy of IAC For nearly three decades, governments have come together every year in response to the global climate emergency. This international climate cooperation supports science-based action and the development of systems …

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As Rivals Begin, Ka Leody Says “Game” To Attend Quiboloy Network Debate

A photo by Leody De Guzman (Facebook/Ka Leody Manggagawa) “Game!” It was presidential aspirant Ka Leodye de Guzmanremark on the forthcoming debate with Ferdinand Marcos Jr. tomorrow February 15. De Guzman tweeted this in response to a message from the artist Kevin Raymundoalso known as Tarantadong Kalbo. Raymundo shared an …

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Then again: Civil War battle painting involved heroism, argument and politics

In his painting “The First Vermont Brigade at the Battle of Cedar Creek”, Julian Scott depicted on a canvas events that occurred at different times during the fighting. Courtesy of the Vermont State Curator’s Office Painting may be an art, but it is also a profession. With this in mind, …

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Cuban Artist Celebrates Spring Festival With Terracotta Warrior Sculpture

Photo taken on Dec. 5, 2019 shows a terracotta warrior on display at the Emperor Qinshihuang Mausoleum Site Museum in Xi’an, northwest China’s Shaanxi Province. (Xinhua/Li Yibo) Cuban visual artist Alfredo Chong, a 73-year-old Chinese descendant who admires China’s traditional cultural values ​​and national identity, is celebrating the Year of …

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45th Freihofer’s Saratoga Jazz Festival Artists Announced – The Daily Gazette

Jazz returns to the Saratoga Performing Arts Center this summer with the 45th Freihofer’s Saratoga Jazz Festival, scheduled for June 25-26, with a full roster of 24 musical groups performing on two stages. The festival is headlined by Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis, returning to the festival …

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Warren students use paint to raise heart health awareness

WARREN, Ohio (WKBN) – Various art students at Warren G. Harding High School are using paint to raise awareness for American Heart Month. “We make all kinds of art based on the heart, fitness and promoting healthy well-being,” said sophomore Nicolas Fabian. WKBN Anchor Named Woman of Impact Fabian is …

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12-piece crew with musical sculptures for Dallas concerts

The Nasher Sculpture Center, an art museum in Dallas, will present an unusual six-night concert series from February 22-27. Each concert will feature a creative musical duo and illuminate the Nasher’s collection of sound sculptures by renowned artist Harry Bertoia. Bertoia (1915-1978) created hundreds of pieces consisting of vertical metal …

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Inside Windham: February 11 – Portland Press Herald

Bob Keyes will discuss his book “The Isolation Artist: Scandal, Deception, and the Last Days of Robert Indiana” via Zoom on Wednesday, February 16. Contributed / Sean Alonzo Harris A Former Art Writer Will Talk About Robert Indiana Bob Keyes’ new book explores the life of Robert Indiana, who created …

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Reviews | What the Beatles tell us about fame

Let’s say you’re a musician, artist, or actor who dreams of making it big. How are you doing that? The standard answer is: Be really good at your craft and you will become famous. Unfortunately, it’s not that simple. Excellence is a requirement, but often it is not enough. Let …

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Chinese children’s paintings delight foreign athletes

Special: 2022 Winter Olympics (ECNS) — Some foreign athletes have posted photos of creative paintings drawn by Chinese children on social media platforms, expressing their gratitude and appreciation. Australian freestyle skier Britt Cox, an Olympian from the village of Zhangjiakou, said she received an “incredible” and “heartwarming” painting at a …

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felipe pantone unveils a compact of subtractive variability, a manipulable wall sculpture

COMPACT WITH SUBTRACTIVE VARIABILITY BY FELIPE PANTONE – UV PAINT ON PMMA Felipe Pantone unveiled subtractive variability compact, his latest limited edition kinetic sculpture announced by Configurable Art. crafted with UV paint on PMMA, the 200-piece series continues with the artist’s hue-infused platform demonstrating chromatic phenomena. ‘felipe pantone’s manipulable art …

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Arts and Crafts Tools Market Size, Scope, Growth – Crayola, FILA Group, Office Depot, Newell Brands – The Grundy Register

New Jersey, United States,- the arts and crafts tools market The report covers the entire global market scenario including key players, their future promotions, preferred vendors, market shares along with historical data and price analysis. It continues to offer key details on changing dynamics to generate market improving factors. It …

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Illinois Artist Creates Epic Tiger King Painting, It’s For Sale

2020 would have been so much harder at home without Netflix’s docuseries, tiger king. Wild animal sanctuary in Colorado home to nearly 40 tigers from Joe Exotic’s wildly popular documentary ‘Tiger King’Getty Images What we saw on screen was so strange, so crazy, and whatever adjective you wanted to use, …

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The campus awaits the appearance of the heir of Slytherin to activate the Meyer Green sculpture

With the sculpture appearing in Meyer Green, there is only one question left in every student’s mind: where and when will the heir to Slytherin reappear? It is presumed that the heir to Slytherin will use the parseltongue to reanimate the carving in the Basilisk. Meanwhile, many students have reported …

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Cooperative artist residencies give black creatives the space to flourish

How two fledgling artist residencies on opposite sides of the country are giving black creatives opportunities to rest and create. By Aric Sleeper Under the ever-present stress of the infinitely waxing and waning COVID-19 pandemic, with no end in sight, finding time to be creative for creativity’s sake can give …

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Gananoque Arts Network sets up its headquarters on King Street

Breadcrumb Links News Local News Publication date : February 07, 2022 • 53 minutes ago • 4 minute read • Join the conversation The Gananoque Arts Network (GAN) has found a location for its headquarters. They will move into the former This That and Everything and hope to open by …

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Persona 5’s Sayuri Painting Is Ironically Now An NFT

The supporters of NFT often tout that they are good for artists because, just like an original painting or other physical artwork, there is only one original copy that can be bought and sold with ownership registration using the blockchain technology. In theory, this would mean artists could sell their …

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The sculpture park announces 2022 artists in residence | News

Franconia Sculpture Park announces its 2022 Artists in Residence who were selected by a multi-stage competitive review board led by arts professionals from across the country. Franconia’s Artist-in-Residence program continues to grow to provide artists with financial stipends, professional development opportunities, and time and space for production and installation at …

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JK handicraft industry revives thanks to government efforts

Handicrafts are making a comeback in Jammu and Kashmir, thanks to government efforts over the past two years to breathe new life into traditional arts and crafts that have long been part of the culture of the Himalayan region. Jammu and Kashmir, a Union Territory of India (UT) is …

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Nashville Black Market kicks off Black History Month

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WTVF) – For artist Eric Nyamor, it’s about getting his name out there. That’s why he was one of 65 black market vendors in Nashville this weekend. “It’s a great way for me to network and meet other black businesses here who are doing the same thing,” Nyamor …

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Jock McFadyen’s London Paintings Show a Side of the City You Won’t See on Postcards

Written by Jacopo Prisco, CNNLondon Tucked away on a side street in one of London’s surviving artists’ quarters, Jock McFadyen’s studio sits just off the famous London Fields park in the city’s East End. The space faces railroad arches and an auto repair shop, but the flow of industrial units …

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The world’s largest musical sculpture at the University of Tampa

TAMPA, Fla. (WFLA) – The University of Tampa is now home to a large musical sculpture – the largest in the world and the first of its kind in the United States. “Ars Sonora” stands over 105 feet tall in the center of campus, adjacent to Sykes Chapel and the …

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Dior Haute Couture celebrates Bombay craftsmanship and know-how in Paris

The Dior Haute Couture Spring Summer 2022 show last week in Paris, during Couture Week, was a lavish tribute to Bombay craftsmanship in Paris. Maria Grazia Chiuri was inspired by the Art Deco of the 1920s. DIOR HAUTE COUTURE SS22 Laura Sciacovelli For this show, organized under the white marquee …

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FireWorks Pub & Pizza closes after 20 years, holding final event February 5-6 – The Daily Barometer

FireWorks Pub & Pizza, aka Intaba’s Kitchen, will hold its final farewell shindig on February 5-6 before permanently saying goodbye to Corvallis, Oregon and its vibrant restaurant, performance and arts scene. The event celebrates the end of a 20-year run for the restaurant, located at 1115 SE Third St. The …

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Art Teacher Creates Sculpture for Airport Hobby | the life

Suspended from a cable wire, levitating overhead, soft clouds reflect light from a ceiling-high window. At first glance, these clouds look like balloons with ripples and shine, but upon closer inspection, these clouds are handcrafted sculptures of solid industrial steel. Artist and associate professor of sculpture at Texas Tech, William …

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‘Worth Remembering’ – Single story for TV, art banking, artifacts and a song | News, Sports, Jobs

UTAH SCENERY – The beauty and power of the Utah landscape was born in the Utah song documentary program We Love Thee. The song is the state anthem and was written by Evan Stephens. Words and music corresponding to the earth during the show. -Photo credit- Discovery Route …

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The Greenwich Historical Society will host an event on Cos Cob painting

GREENWICH, CT – The Greenwich Historical Society will host a curator’s lecture and gallery tour to delve into the context of the recently acquired painting titled “The Red Mill, Cos Cob,” by artist Childe Hassam. The event will take place on February 23 at 12 p.m. at the Historical Society, …

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Sculpture Milwaukee 2022, “Nature Does Not Know Us”, will be curated by Ugo Rondinone

OI like Sculpture Milwaukee. Since 2017, the nonprofit has been filling downtown Milwaukee (and surrounding neighborhoods) with outdoor artwork from world-renowned and locally celebrated artists. Have we arbitrarily classified the sculptures of each year? Yeah! Sculpture Milwaukee’s 2022 season will be a little different. Entitled “Nature does not know us”, …

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