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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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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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New Orleans Women’s and Children’s Shelter to Benefit from Sculpture Auction

NEW ORLEANS — The New Orleans Women and Children’s Shelter was selected by two siblings to receive all proceeds from a sculpture auctioned by Neal Auction Company. The siblings, who wish to remain anonymous, are selling a small version of Woman in a Huipil, a sculpture by Enrique Alferez that …

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Rodin Bronze From Family Plot goes up for auction

Raphaël Chatroux, specialist at Freeman, informed of academics’ reactions to the upcoming offer, replied that staff members “certainly understand the uniqueness of the situation and therefore proceed with the utmost caution and sensitivity so as not to disturb anyone. “. The sculpture, valued at $ 250,000 to $ 400,000, was …

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Cocktails & Culture: The Return of the Danceteria with Eli Escobar

Masks and proof of vaccination compulsory. During our first 2022 edition of Cocktails & Culture, return to the Mecca of the New York dance clubs of the 1980s with DJ Eli Escobar. Consult our monthly MC’NY Poets’ Coffee hosted by the poet Shanelle Gabriel. Bring your poems, songs, whatever way …

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Calling all artists! The visit of the sculptures is open to submissions

EAU CLAIRE, Wisconsin (WEAU) – If you’ve nurtured some creative energy in the midst of the ongoing pandemic, now is the time to act! The Sculpture Tour is looking for artists for next year’s tour, a chance to present the work of talents from here and elsewhere in the streets …

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Core Dance to lead global Fieldwork program for artists

Courtesy Core Dance Based on Decatur Basic dance has been named the lead organization of the global Fieldwork Network, a program that supports the creative process of choreographers, playwrights, composers, poets, singers and other artistic disciplines. Initiated by New York Field in 1986 by its artist and founder Steve Gross, …

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Washington Art Park has a new art exhibit

WASHINGTON – Judy Black Memorial Park and Gardens presents “Fifty Years & Counting,” an exhibition featuring artists Judy Jackson and Elizabeth MacDonald. The exhibition opens on October 16 with a reception from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. and will be on display until November 14. Judy Jackson, who divides her …

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Explorers Club: Women in Space | SpaceRef

THURSDAY – October 14 at 7 p.m. ET Meet 4 stellar women who are leading the way in the next era of human spaceflight – from commercial spaceflight professionals to budding astronauts to spacewalk operations engineers and more! Join moderator Dr Shawna Pandya to chat with these amazing Explorers Club …

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The incubator helps charities start a good job

The past year has been arguably the most difficult for the nonprofit sector, which has not only faced the same challenges as businesses, but also experienced increased demand for services. But, as the economy recovers, a new nonprofit incubator, GoodWork, is looking to help. Located in Portsmouth and established by …

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How to calm your climate anxiety

Three years ago, after the Woolsey fire, Greg Kochanowski, 53, returned to the Santa Monica mountains and walked past his own street without recognizing it. The most destructive wildfire in Los Angeles County history devastated his Seminole Springs neighborhood, burning down more than half of the area’s homes, including his …

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Casa del Herrero will present its first sculpture exhibition in historic gardens | Culture & Leisure

Posted on July 1, 2021 | 4:23 p.m. sculpture exhibition at Casa del Herrero features works by seven local contemporary artists.” height=”467″ width=”350″ style=”border: 0;” data-orig=”https://www.noozhawk.com/images/uploads/070121-casasculpture-630.jpg” name=”upsize” id=”upsize” /> The outdoor sculpture exhibition at Casa del Herrero features works by seven local contemporary artists. (Courtesy of Casa del Herrero) For …

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Little Rock dedicates new sculpture to downtown

Little Rock officials dedicated a new 24-foot-tall stainless steel sculpture “Helios” on the corner of Main Street and Capitol Avenue on Friday. Twisted metallic bands manage to capture a reflective sphere at the top of the sculpture, which lights up at night and is mounted on a gray plinth. The …

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Tree sculpture moves to Mount Evans

Mount Evans Home Health Care & Hospice’s spirit of giving to the community has been preserved in a sculpture outside its building on Bergen Peak Drive. Artist Ted Wilson’s “Spirit of Giving” tree sculpture is dedicated to volunteers who give of their time to help others, according to Sculpture Evergreen …

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Dean Baldwin Painting begins operations in Macon

The company has expanded its operations to Macon. Dean Baldwin Painting officially begins operationsDean Baldwin Painting MACON, GA (41NBC / WMGT) – Dean Baldwin Painting has been in business for over 55 years. It has spread to different regions, and one of them is central Georgia. The company has expanded …

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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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Analysis of Governor Pritzker’s budget plan highlights ‘structural deficit’

Governor JB Pritzker was able to propose a state balanced budget plan for the next fiscal year despite voters refusing a proposed move from a flat income tax to a progressive income tax in November. But that feat, which still requires the General Assembly to eliminate more than $900 million …

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Homeowners are worried about the avalanche of rent debts that will fall on them

This “Cancel Rent” message was posted on a phone booth in Chinatown, Lower Manhattan. The post has its own social media presence with #CANCELRENT. (Photo: Treetopz, via Wikimedia Commons) CARROLL GARDENS – Unpaid rent in New York City, estimated at $ 1 billion to $ 2 billion, could have a …

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Petra Diamonds completes restructuring – MINING.COM

Each of these will take the form of a new senior second rank ticket. The new notes amount to approximately $ 337 million, and the remainder of the debt on the notes will be converted into equity, which will allow the group of note holders to own 91% of the …

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Many high school students don’t understand the financial aid process

Pamela Joe McFarlane | Getty Images Students’ knowledge of the financial aid process is “surprisingly low”. It is the conclusion of a new to study by ACT, which in April 2018 surveyed approximately 1,200 high school students who were registered to take the standardized test. Regardless of the economic background, …

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