Monthly Archives: August 2022

Canceled sculpture: “Rasta Charlie” banned by the new owners of Montgomery Village

Retail space next to Sonoma Outfitters in Montgomery Village is vacant, for now. To brighten up the storefront, the mall’s new management company lined its windows with upbeat slogans welcoming shoppers to “our little slice of Sonoma County” and assuring them, “You’ve come to exactly the right place.” The sculpture …

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New legal documents portray Trump as a restless liar surrounded by lackeys | lloyd green

AAs a first-time presidential candidate, Donald Trump has repeatedly called for Hillary Clinton to be sent to prison. “Lock her up” came across as a battle cry for the 45th president and his fans. He also promised that his presidency would properly handle the nation’s secrets. “In my administration, I …

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Heather Moore, new executive director of Shelburne Craft School, learns on the job | Education | Seven days

Click to enlarge Heather Moore’s pace of the year has been set on an academic calendar for more than three decades, from pre-kindergarten at Rutland to graduate school at the University of Vermont. This fall, she will defend her doctoral thesis in education. Although Moore’s graduate studies are …

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Stephanie LaCava with Adele Bertei – The Brooklyn Rail

Stephanie LaCavaI’m afraid my pain interests you(Verso-Fiction, 2022) Each of LaCava’s three books has its own framing device, the styles changing in the tradition of 1950s and 1960s Nouveau Roman novels and films (Robbe-Grillet, Duras, Calvino). First, An Extraordinary Theory of Objects: Memoir of a Stranger in Paris, the titular …

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HALESTORM’s LZZY HALE on his paintings: “I leave a lot to chance”

HALESTORM singer Lzzy Hale was a guest on the podcast’s latest video episode “Parallel with Bryan Reesman”. During the chat, visible below, Lzzy discussed his paintings and walked through his seven major pieces. Several excerpts from the conversation follow. On his painting being colored: Lzzy“It’s definitely a weird part of …

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School bus heads for Window Rock in back, leaving student dead and several injured

Details By Jenna Kunze August 29, 2022 A Holbrook Indian School student was killed and six others were injured Sunday morning when a tractor-trailer rammed a school bus taking them to Window Rock, Ariz., on a field trip. The crash happened around 9:28 a.m. while the bus was heading east …

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The story behind the colossal Vatican sculpture of Jesus rising from nuclear destruction

Last week, Twitter users around the world made a startling discovery: A viral photo of the Vatican’s Paul VI Audience Hall revealed a colossal, looming sculpture framing the pope during his speeches. “I’m sorry, this is a normal thing for the Pope to stand before,” read an Aug. 25 tweet …

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September 2022: Washington’s Style Makers

On the cover photo by Tayo Kuku; scenography by Alame Awoyemi and Arthur Ndoumbe; styling assistance by Brian Robinson at THE Artist Agency; grooming help by Anita Bahramy at THE Artist Agency. FEATURES Tanned beauty: This home, with its weathered bronze and mahogany exterior, could be yours for a whopping …

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‘Blotchy’ house paint job sees painter ordered to pay owners $41,000

A painter who left a new home covered in ‘sporadic mottled staining’ has been ordered to pay homeowners $41,000. The paint was applied to a dream home in Hawke’s Bay that turned out to be in such poor condition that it would be cheaper to tear it down than to …

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A gigantic work of art is born: the city of Michael Heizer opens up in the brutal Nevada desert after 50 years | Sculpture

JAmerican artist Michael Heizer never really expressed his intention to Towna monumental, sprawling complex of concrete mounds, geoglyphs and pyramids located in the brutally hot and inaccessible high desert of Nevada, about three hours northwest of Las Vegas. But after 50 years of waiting, this week visitors will finally have …

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Pinners Conference and Expo Brings Inspiration to Life in Fort Worth, September 30 and October 1

Pinterest-inspired event connects craft, creativity and passion at the Will Rogers Memorial Center FORT WORTH, TX (August 23, 2022) – The Texas Pinners Conference is thrilled to host its fifth annual Pinterest-inspired Expo highlighting creativity, crafts, and DIY projects in Fort Worth. Fifteen thousand people who love everything Pinterest will …

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Dove Cameron Reflects on the 2022 VMAs, ‘Roe v Wade’ and ‘Breakfast’

Dove Cameron is a force to be reckoned with. The singer/actress/musical theater star/Emmy winner apparently keeps twelve irons burning at all times, and the steady cadence of the projects hasn’t clouded her perspective at all. The entertainer is gearing up for the 2022 VMAs tomorrow — where she’ll headline the …

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Spotlight on Canadian artist Milly Ristvedt’s ‘road paintings’ once thought lost – now they’re getting their due

Every month hundreds of galleries add newly available works by thousands of artists to the Artnet gallery network – and every week we shine the spotlight on an artist or exhibition you should know about. See what we have in store and inquire for more with just a click. About …

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“Celebrate the art!” in downtown Camas during the event on the first Friday of September

The Downtown Camas Association (DCA) will host an art-themed event, “Celebrate Art!” First Friday of September in downtown Camas from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. on Friday September 2. Activities on the first Friday of September include live music and dance performances, artist demonstrations, ribbon cutting for the new Camas …

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Is building the K-pop “universe” still worth it?

August 25, 2022 SEOUL – In recent years, K-pop idols have competed to create unique concepts with distinctive background stories. To help their acts stand out from the ever-growing crowd of K-pop groups, local entertainment agencies racked their brains to create overarching concepts, creating so-called “universes.” Under such concepts, bands …

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Subnautica Devs Announce Warhammer-Like Strategy Game Moonbreaker (Includes Model Paint) – Gamescom Opening Night Live

Unknown Worlds, the creator of survival hit Subnautica, has announced Moonbreaker, a tabletop digital strategy game in the mold of Warhammer 40,000 – until you can paint your units. Revealed during Gamescom’s Opening Night Live showcase, the game is set to release on PC and Mac Early Access on September …

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Old Friends Farm sculpture in memory of the spirit of Medina

GEORGETOWN, Ky. – A Lexington carver takes a century-old tree trunk and carves it into a memorial for the besieged late racehorse, Medina Spirit. What do you want to know Lexington Sculptor creates a room from an old tree The sculpture will be a tribute to Medina Spirit The sculptor …

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The Amon Carter Museum examines the allure of Venice – for artists and collectors

The Serenissimaas the “serene” city of Venice is traditionally called, is so world famous for its artistic splendors that almost everything but tourism has now disappeared from the city, leaving behind only what caters to art lovers who visit from all over the world, whether they are wealthy collectors coming …

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Rapper Fetty Wap pleads guilty to cocaine conspiracy, federal prosecutor says

By Sonia Moghe, CNN Rapper Fetty Wap pleaded guilty in federal court to conspiracy to possess and distribute 500 grams or more of cocaine, according to the prosecutor’s office. No sentencing date has been set. but an attorney for the rapper has requested an expedited sentencing date, a spokesperson for …

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EYE ON THE ARTS: Painting, art talk and Art Blitz on the program | Columnists

John Cain Special for The Times • Stop by Goblin & the Grocer for a fun, step-by-step painting lesson, no experience necessary. Bring your friends or come alone to meet new ones. It’s time to relax and enjoy a fun evening painting with friends. This event venue is an all …

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City Life Org – The Metropolitan Museum of Art returns sculpture to Nepal

Image by Marek from Pixabay The Consulate General of Nepal in New York and the Metropolitan Museum of Art have announced that the Met has initiated the return of a 13th century wooden Strut temple with a Salabhinka to the government of Nepal. An agreement to this effect was signed …

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Hawk’s Tattoos Galesburg IL celebrates 43 years with second location

GALESBURG — James Hawk had to lay low in 1979. His newly opened tattoo shop had come to the attention of the Galesburg Decency Committee, police were watching his customers closely and he said people would walk past his shop assuming ‘bad things’ were happening inside. interior. But on Thursday, …

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Genshin Impact Guide: ‘Evermotion Mechanical Painting’ Event Solutions

“Evermotion Mechanical Painting” is the latest Genshin Impact event that requires you to solve a quick puzzle to get a handful of Primogems. Our Genshin Impact The “Evermotion Mechanical Painting” event guide lists the solutions for each puzzle. The basics are simple: you need to place gears in the pegs …

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Evergreen Arboretum And Gardens Sculpture Event This Weekend At Everett Legion Park

There are many events with the Arts this weekend in Everett, Washington. The Everett Art Walk takes place on Thursday and Fresh Paint will be in downtown Everett on Saturday and Sunday. Another event is a Sculpture Walk. Here’s the scoop. “Bound by a Common Future” by artist Carl Nelson …

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Wild and Wonderful Artist Brings Fantasy to the Fair

Art in Appalachia has a deeply rooted history that has been passed down from generation to generation. Due in large part to the region’s isolation and mountainous terrain, many practical crafts have been carefully preserved for centuries. From woodworking and broom-making to music and instruments, there is no shortage of …

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Houdini is claimed by both Appleton and Milwaukee; Who is right?

An advertisement in the Milwaukee Sentinel promoted Harry Houdini’s series of performances at the Majestic Theater in April 1912 as “Homecoming of a Milwaukee Boy”. Another newspaper ad touted the appearances as “Milwaukee’s very own Houdini – The Justly World Famous Self Liberator”. The Milwaukee one? Such hype, even 110 …

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Tests Reveal Secrets of Four Vermeer Paintings, Including Their Authenticity, at Washington, DC Show

Two of Vermeer’s disputed paintings have been scientifically vetted for an exhibition that will open at the National Gallery of Art (NGA) in Washington, DC in October. Girl with a red hat (circa 1666-67) and girl with a flute (circa 1665-1675) have in the past both been called into question …

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The Red Fish sculpture in Hamburg captures the imagination with a message about pollution | Local News

Thousands of motorists on Route 5 in Hamburg drive past the goldfish, which appears to be jumping out of water littered with plastic bottles and other debris, trying to escape Great Lakes pollution. Although it looks airy and whimsical, the message is serious. Under the metal sculpture, in a wire …

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Arts and Crafts Exhibition Held: The Tribune India

An arts and crafts exhibition was organized by Auckland House School for Boys, Shimla, attended by pupils from kindergarten to class XII on Saturday. SD School Principal Vijay Singh Thakur was the chief guest on the occasion. The students showed their creative skills by making various objects from waste such …

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Tom Holland quits social media for mental health

Spider-Man actor Tom Holland recently announced via his Instagram account that he will sadly be giving up social media for mental health. In the world of show business, for some, having many followers is an indicator of success, which gives social recognition. But for others, this virtual world can bring …

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Painted parking spaces welcome back-to-school Texans

fort worth As temperatures soared past 100 degrees for the past few days, Shannon King and her family spent more than 30 hours in the parking lot at Keller High School. Why? Her daughter, Makinley King, had the chance to paint her parking spot as a senior student at school. …

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Plains honors First Lady Rosalynn Carter Garden with sculpture

PLAINS, Ga. — If you’re looking for a fun day out with a historical twist, head to Plains on Saturday. It’s outside Albany and the home of former First Lady Rosalynn and former President Jimmy Carter. The town pays tribute to their favorite daughter with a larger-than-life sculpture created by …

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State Fair Creative Arts Awards Ceremony | New

Glidden’s Snyders wins awards The best works in basketry, ceramics, porcelain painting and five other divisions of the competition received ribbons and cash prizes in the Creative Arts competition judged before the start of the 2022 Iowa State Fair. 1) Delayne Segar, Fort Dodge 1) Delayne Segar, Fort Dodge 1) …

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THE ROYAL CANADIAN MINT HONORS LEGENDARY CANADIAN PIANIST AND JAZZ GIANT OSCAR PETERSON ON NEW $1 CIRCULATION COIN

TORONTO, August 12, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — The Royal Canadian Mint pays tribute to one of the greatest musicians the world has ever seen with a new $1 commemorative circulation celebrating the life and artistic legacy of from Canada own Oscar Peterson. Nicknamed “the man with four hands” by the great …

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J&K students take part in “Har Ghar Tiranga” painting competition in Pulwama

Photo: iStock A large number of students participated in a painting competition organized as part of the ‘Har Ghar Tiranga’ campaign organized by Hamdaniya Mission High School Pampore in Pulwama district in South Kashmir. The competition was organized on Tuesday by the zonal office of physical education Pulwama in collaboration …

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The ACP presents the exhibition of sculptures “Women on the wall”

‘GREEN RELIEF’: This work by Karen Titus Smith is part of ‘Women on the Wall,’ her joint sculpture exhibition with Wendy Gordon, on view at the Arts Council in Princeton from September 10-October 8. The public is invited to a welcome opening on Saturday September 17 from 3 p.m. to …

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Weekly Planetary Picks | Culture & Leisure

Wednesday August 10 1) Best-selling ‘van life’ author Brianna Madia (‘Nowhere Very Long’) will discuss her work Wednesday at the Wilkinson Public Library at 5:30 p.m. 2) Chrome Velvet and Niceness are guests tonight at Sunset Music Series at Sunset Plaza. Music starts at 6 p.m. 3) The Sheridan SHOW …

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Paper sculptures of delicate tea cups made from old book pages

Swedish artist Cecilia Levy transforms old book pages into delicate sculptures you can hold in your hand. Using wheat starch paste and a papier-mâché technique, she layers pieces of paper together, creating carefully shaped objects like teacups, plates and spoons. Originally a graphic designer and bookbinder, Levy brings her knowledge …

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Two Native American Festivals in August Celebrate Harvest with Music, Dance and Food – Hartford Courant

Two annual Native American events celebrating the harvest will take place in August: the Green Corn Festival in Washington and Schemitzun in Mashantucket. The 17th Annual Green Corn Festival, presented by the Institute for American Indian Studies, will take place August 14 from noon to 4 p.m. at the Riverwalk …

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‘Looking for Lesbians’ at ONE Archives delves into lesbian pulp fiction

Sarah-Joy Ford, left, is the artist behind the “Looking for Lesbians” exhibit. It was inspired by the ONE Archives lesbian pulp collection. Alexis Bard Johnson, right, hosted the show. Photos: Alexis Bard Johnson. In a new exhibition, “Looking for Lesbians”, created for A Archive at the University of Southern California …

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The Block 2022: Tom and Sarah-Jane’s rookie paint mistake leaves the crew in hysterics

that of the block Tom and Sarah-Jane couldn’t have been happier with their rapid progress during the House Decider challenge in Episode 1. But the Melbourne-based married couple soon learned the hard way that being so proactive late at night doesn’t always pay off. After bragging that their plasterers had …

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Stone sculptures returned to KU Natural History Museum building

By Nathan Vickers Click here for updates on this story LAWRENCE, Kansas (KCTV) – New faces are taking up residence on the KU campus – restored stone sculptures in their home atop the university’s Natural History Museum. As part of a renovation project for the building, erected in 1902, the …

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Taksim’s artisan chef’s Mediterranean menu with a Turkish twist

Taksim’s Lokma mocktail ($11) tastes like drinking the sap of a candied pine. The ingredients listed in the concoction include cucumber, basil leaves, lime, agave, apple juice, and sparkling water. Nothing about this combination captures the taste of piny. But chef Daniel Gribble says the kitchen uses mastic gum in …

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A sculpture of Vladimir Putin has appeared in a playground in New York’s Central Park

By Zoe Sottile, CNN Russian President Vladimir Poutine showed up at a playground in New York’s Central Park on Monday night. Well, not exactly – a bright red sculpture of Putin was erected there by French artist James Colomina. Colomina took credit for the sculpture, which depicts Putin sitting atop …

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Chicago Murals: Little Village Mural Mystery Solved; now Aurelio Diaz is online for restoration

Painted in English and Spanish as part of an aging mural near Cermak Road and California Avenue, one can read the words: “Where do good ideas come from? Are they falling from the sky? No. Are they innate in the mind? No. They come from social practice and from it …

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Sculpture and garden honoring Obama’s late mother at the Presidential Center

Artwork by artist Maya Lin will be exhibited at the Obama Presidential Center in Chicago CHICAGO – Thursday is former President Barack Obama’s 61st birthday. He took the opportunity to announce a gift that will pay tribute to his late mother. A garden is a place where seeds are planted …

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Proctor Arts Festival is back

The Proctor neighborhood will be rockin’ on Saturday, August 6, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Join thousands of people who will enjoy: · Over 105 artisans and craft vendors · Three …

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Eau Gallie Artist Derek Gores to Launch Highland Avenue Art Center

Support local journalism. Unlock unlimited digital access to floridatoday.com Click here and subscribe today. When Derek Gores owned his art studio on West Eau Gallie Boulevard from 2014 to 2018, he remembers creating collages by day, pushing objects aside so Not Quite Right Improv could come in at night and …

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Belgravia: Chelsea Barracks has a sculpture trail for August

Paloma, the little girl by the Chelsea Barrack water feature is a favorite… Main image: Alistair Veryard/Chelsea Barracks Sculptures and artwork have been scattered around Chelsea Barracks as part of a month-long summer art trail. Throughout August, the Chelsea Barracks Sculpture Trail sees works by high profile artists placed around …

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Spring Hill BOMA Discusses City Policy Updates for Farmers Markets

The issue of updating Spring Hill’s requirements and standards for Farmers’ Markets has been the subject of discussion over the past few months. An update to the current ordinance, first enacted in 2018 as part of Spring Hill’s Unified Development Code, was presented to the council of mayor and aldermen …

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Call for artists for the 22nd edition – Announcements

From August 1 to September 2, 2022, the 22nd Biennial Sesc_Videobrasil launches an open call for artists. This edition will be held in October 2023, in São Paulo, after being postponed for two years due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The Biennale will receive submissions of works in any format and …

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Rare set of Goldie paintings to go under the hammer

Anyone willing to add an original Charles F Goldie painting to their collection will have a rare chance of being auctioned off this week. But it probably won’t do much to check the back of the sofa for spare change, as the paint should fetch somewhere in the ballpark of …

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Discover Sculpture Anew at the National Gallery Singapore’s latest exhibition

A column of air-filled plastic bags hang from the ceiling, gently swaying as visitors pass. It seems like nothing more than a fancy set-up, something you might come across at any regular carnival. But here it is – proudly displayed in the Spine Hall of the National Gallery Singapore. This …

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