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The Hendersonville Times-News
Community Orchestra concertBlythe St., Hendersonville.

Come and listen as the orchestra performs mus

Community Orchestra concert
The Hendersonville Times-News / Posted 28 minutes ago
Blythe St., Hendersonville.

Come and listen as the orchestra performs music from the renaissance to modern eras with works by Frescobaldi, Boyce, Tchaikovsky, Grieg and more. Soprano Katie Cilluffo, guest soloist, will sing Mozart's... Read more

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The Age
Melbourne's oldest girls' school uses the city as classroom and playgroundmore girls in bright blue uniforms are gathered outside Flinders Street station
Melbourne's oldest girls' school uses the city as classroom and playground
The Age / Posted 45 minutes ago
more girls in bright blue uniforms are gathered outside Flinders Street station. The scene almost looks like a pop up artwork itself - the umbrellas shining, balanced in the crooks of elbows; the pencils skidding across paper now damp at the... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
The Four Seasons put on display at museumgardens across the United States, England and France. Each time they arrive at
The Four Seasons put on display at museum
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted an hour ago
gardens across the United States, England and France. Each time they arrive at a new location, the San Francisco-born artist considers it the "best place" for his work. Haas felt the same as he scanned the tree line along the Orchard Trail at... Read more
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The Scranton Times-Tribune
Lifestyles - The Times-TribuneExtraordinarygift Late art prodigy’s pottery and watercolors find new home at
Lifestyles - The Times-Tribune
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted an hour ago
Extraordinarygift Late art prodigy’s pottery and watercolors find new home at Marywood as husband donates collection Ana Maria Carmona Cusick, known to her friends and fans simply as Carmona, managed to excel at two distinct artforms in her... Read more
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Altoona Mirror
Philly style: City of Brotherly Love a home to dozens of museums- Barbara Hollander has been to Le Louvre in Paris, the J. Paul Getty Museum in
Philly style: City of Brotherly Love a home to dozens of museums
Altoona Mirror / Posted 4 hours ago
- Barbara Hollander has been to Le Louvre in Paris, the J. Paul Getty Museum in Los Angeles, the Museum of Modern Art in New York City and many others across the world. And still her favorite museum - notwithstanding the one for which she... Read more
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The Maui News
Pure imagination: Schaefer exhibit features student artA new exhibit at Schaefer International Gallery will showcase artwork from stud
Pure imagination: Schaefer exhibit features student art
The Maui News / Posted 5 hours ago
A new exhibit at Schaefer International Gallery will showcase artwork from students across Maui starting Monday. The Young Creatives: Neighborhood Places exhibition at the Maui Arts & Cultural Center gallery will feature works of art produced... Read more
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Loveland Reporter-Herald
Salon de Refuses offers option for artistsFor the third year, local galleries and shops will be taking in those works of
Salon de Refuses offers option for artists
Loveland Reporter-Herald / Posted 5 hours ago
For the third year, local galleries and shops will be taking in those works of art that didn't get into the Loveland Museum/Gallery's Governor's Art Show. The Salon de Refuses show features a few new locations this year such as the Dickens Alley and... Read more
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WestportNow
WWC Arts Show Pays Tribute to Howard MunceSaturday, April 30, 2016 The 12th annual Westport Woman’s Club Art Show for
WWC Arts Show Pays Tribute to Howard Munce
WestportNow / Posted 5 hours ago
Saturday, April 30, 2016 The 12th annual Westport Woman’s Club Art Show for local artists opened today in the club’s newly refurbished Bedford gallery. Westport artist Miggs Burroughs (above) curated the... Read more
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Greenwich Time
Things to do in and around GreenwichThe classes are designed for children 6 to 12 years of age. All children must h
Things to do in and around Greenwich
Greenwich Time / Posted 5 hours ago
The classes are designed for children 6 to 12 years of age. All children must have their own skateboard and full pads to participate. The cost for the four sessions is $95 for nonmembers and $65.00 for members. The classes will be taught by the... Read more
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The Morning Call
Moravian Book Shop best-sellers: Hardcover fictionBy Dawn Tripp (Random House, $28) This historical fiction begins in 1916, when
Moravian Book Shop best-sellers: Hardcover fiction
The Morning Call / Posted 6 hours ago
By Dawn Tripp (Random House, $28) This historical fiction begins in 1916, when Georgia O'Keeffe, a young, unknown art teacher, travels to New York to meet Stieglitz, the famed photographer and art dealer, who has discovered O'Keeffe's work... Read more
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examiner.com
1708 Gallery celebrates Virginia’s Historic Garden Week1708 Gallery welcomes ‘Garden Week’ with a reception Friday from 5 to 9 p.m. Ar
1708 Gallery celebrates Virginia’s Historic Garden Week
examiner.com / Posted 7 hours ago
1708 Gallery welcomes ‘Garden Week’ with a reception Friday from 5 to 9 p.m. Artists Alex Arzt, Carrie Dickason and Jeff Schmuki will each speak during an artist talk at 6 p.m. “Garden Week invites an exploration of our relationship with the natural... Read more
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The Advocate
‘A Retrospective’: Catalog showcases art of Baton Rouge’s Janice SachseThe gallery in the Shaw Center for the Arts is operated by the LSU College of A
‘A Retrospective’: Catalog showcases art of Baton Rouge’s Janice Sachse
The Advocate / Posted 8 hours ago
The gallery in the Shaw Center for the Arts is operated by the LSU College of Art + Design, which recently hosted the exhibit, “Janice Sachse: A Retrospective.” The college also published the $25 hardback catalog of the same title to accompany the... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
The Contact Photography Festival exhibits the experts can’t wait to seecraziness you get from too much choice” – including 20 primary exhibitions, 34
The Contact Photography Festival exhibits the experts can’t wait to see
The Globe and Mail / Posted 9 hours ago
craziness you get from too much choice” – including 20 primary exhibitions, 34 feature exhibitions, 20 site-specific public works, more than 100 open shows, plus a raft of lectures, workshops, ceremonies and parties. To help make sense of this... Read more
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Ventura County Star
Spring art show, movie screening and other events plannedat Saticoy) students as they continue working on the "Traveling on the Wings of
Spring art show, movie screening and other events planned
Ventura County Star / Posted 10 hours ago
at Saticoy) students as they continue working on the "Traveling on the Wings of Words" mural along with the help of artist MB Hanrahan, on Friday morning. It was the fourth mural painted at the school. About 130 fourth and fifth graders... Read more
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express
Who is the British photographer who captured the natural beauty of Duchess Kate?beauty of Kate in a cover shoot for Vogue, called the royal “a natural”. The a
Who is the British photographer who captured the natural beauty of Duchess Kate?
express / Posted 12 hours ago
beauty of Kate in a cover shoot for Vogue, called the royal “a natural”. The acclaimed photographer, who frequently works with the elite fashion bible, said it was a “privilege” to snap Kate during the landmark photoshoot. Mr Olins, who has... Read more
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The Florida Times-Union
Arts Notes: Pianist Natasha Peremski will perform Monday in the Amelia Island Chamber Music FestivalPianist Natasha Paremski, a rising star in classical music, will perform at 7:3
Arts Notes: Pianist Natasha Peremski will perform Monday in the Amelia Island Chamber Music Festival
The Florida Times-Union / Posted 13 hours ago
Pianist Natasha Paremski, a rising star in classical music, will perform at 7:30 p.m. Monday as part of the Amelia Island Chamber Music Festival. She will play works by Brahms, Beethoven, Rachmaninoff and Mussorgsky at the Amelia Plantation Chapel,... Read more
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KRDO Colorado Springs
Woodland Park hosts student art showStudents were front and center at a gallery event in Woodland Park Saturday, sh
Woodland Park hosts student art show
KRDO Colorado Springs / Posted 13 hours ago
Students were front and center at a gallery event in Woodland Park Saturday, showing off their works at the Eichman gallery at Park State Bank. The students, who were on hand to mix with art patrons and discuss their creative process, have been... Read more
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examiner.com
San Francisco Museum of Modern Art to reopen May 14After an almost three year hiatus from the city’s art scene, the long awaited r
San Francisco Museum of Modern Art to reopen May 14
examiner.com / Posted 14 hours ago
After an almost three year hiatus from the city’s art scene, the long awaited re-opening of the newly revamped SFMOMA is set for May 14. The anticipation and excitement was palpable at a press event this week. Museum Chairman Charles Schwab described... Read more
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Daily Press
Spring 2016 visual arts preview for Hampton RoadsHampton Roads will give visual arts fans plenty to choose from this spring, whe
Spring 2016 visual arts preview for Hampton Roads
Daily Press / Posted 15 hours ago
Hampton Roads will give visual arts fans plenty to choose from this spring, when the region's museums and galleries roll out some of their most engaging exhibits of the year. Here are nine of the most promising shows on the area's 2016 calendar,... Read more
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Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news
Particles EvolutionExploring a world of black-and-white French artist Thibaud Tchertchian will ta
Particles Evolution
Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news / Posted 15 hours ago
Exploring a world of black-and-white French artist Thibaud Tchertchian will take viewers on a tour of his imagination during the “” exhibition, which kicks off at S Gallery of Sofitel Bangkok Sukhumvit today and will run until... Read more
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Beauregard Daily News
South Beauregard student's art judged best in show Posted Apr. 30, 2016 at 12:07 PM Art students from Beauregard Parish schools
South Beauregard student's art judged best in show
Beauregard Daily News / Posted 15 hours ago
Posted Apr. 30, 2016 at 12:07 PM Art students from Beauregard Parish schools were invited to participate in a Youth Art Show at the RealArt Gallery during Youth Art Month. Student’s works were... Read more
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USA Today
Confederate memorial at Ky. university to be removedPresident James Ramsey announced Friday they are removing the 121-year-old Conf
Confederate memorial at Ky. university to be removed
USA Today / Posted 17 hours ago
President James Ramsey announced Friday they are removing the 121-year-old Confederate monument on the Belknap campus. Marty Pearl, Special to CJ LOUISVILLE — Saying it no longer has a place here, Louisville's mayor and its university's... Read more
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Los Angeles Times
SFMOMA sneak peek: More space, more dude art and an Ellsworth Kelly-Agnes Martin surpriseof those levels for galleries — also comes in handy to show the new Doris and D
SFMOMA sneak peek: More space, more dude art and an Ellsworth Kelly-Agnes Martin surprise
Los Angeles Times / Posted 17 hours ago
of those levels for galleries — also comes in handy to show the new Doris and Donald Fisher Collection, more than 1,100 works that the museum has in its care as part of a 100-year loan. As part of the deal, SFMOMA has to show chunks of the... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Artists Showcase Pieces On Global Migration, MobilityOne of the art pieces being showcased at an international exhibition in Kampala
Artists Showcase Pieces On Global Migration, Mobility
AllAfrica.com / Posted 18 hours ago
One of the art pieces being showcased at an international exhibition in Kampala is a video and text collaborative work titled Between Guidelines by NakivArt and Anke Fischer. Between Guidelines features text-based imagery and dialogues created by... Read more
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WFMZ Eastern Pennsylvania and Western New Jersey
69 News receives 2016 People's Choice AwardAwards, now in their 19th year, are a way for Berks County Living to recognize
69 News receives 2016 People's Choice Award
WFMZ Eastern Pennsylvania and Western New Jersey / Posted 19 hours ago
Awards, now in their 19th year, are a way for Berks County Living to recognize the leaders in several fields. The magazine works with independent marketing firm Polk-Lepson Research Group of York to conduct a random email survey of Berks County... Read more
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Guardian Unlimited
The photographers who exposed America: Arbus, Goldin, Winograndthe decade’s absurdities. He revealed the society balls of the 1%; the joy, vio
The photographers who exposed America: Arbus, Goldin, Winogrand
Guardian Unlimited / Posted 22 hours ago
the decade’s absurdities. He revealed the society balls of the 1%; the joy, violence and despair of marches, protests and parties; the spectacle of politics and press conferences, and the quotidian street. His work ventured far beyond what he... Read more
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chroniclelive
Atmospheric shots of one of the most photographed parts of the North EastMostly they’re going for symmetry, these photographers – some armed with long l
Atmospheric shots of one of the most photographed parts of the North East
chroniclelive / Posted 23 hours ago
Mostly they’re going for symmetry, these photographers – some armed with long lenses and some with smart phones – trying to line up the bridges with a friend posing dead centre in front of them. Some 15 years after it first opened, there must be... Read more
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Manning River Times
Artists' journey of discoveryArtists Claire Skehan and Hil Van Dijk have combined their skills in their join
Artists' journey of discovery
Manning River Times / Posted 23 hours ago
Artists Claire Skehan and Hil Van Dijk have combined their skills in their joint exhibition, Embracing the Angelic Realm, now showing at the Manning Regional Art Gallery. IT has been said that two heads are better than one. This has certainly been... Read more
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WA Today
French tycoon opens the door to billion dollar art collectionIt is not a problem faced by many mere mortals: how to find a gallery large eno
French tycoon opens the door to billion dollar art collection
WA Today / Posted yesterday
It is not a problem faced by many mere mortals: how to find a gallery large enough to house one's $1 billion art collection. But a suitably well-heeled Frenchman has come up with the solution by opening a museum that could rival the Louvre. Artist... Read more
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Boston Globe
City hopping in happening Canadascene is known for its fortifying Quebecois cuisine, which Au Pied de Cochon (p
City hopping in happening Canada
Boston Globe / Posted yesterday
scene is known for its fortifying Quebecois cuisine, which Au Pied de Cochon (pig’s foot) has elevated to fame with chef Martin Picard’s odes to foie gras, terrine, and even a namesake stuffed pig’s foot. International fare also abounds. For... Read more
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Brisbane Times
French tycoon opens the door to billion dollar art collectionIt is not a problem faced by many mere mortals: how to find a gallery large eno
French tycoon opens the door to billion dollar art collection
Brisbane Times / Posted yesterday
It is not a problem faced by many mere mortals: how to find a gallery large enough to house one's $1 billion art collection. But a suitably well-heeled Frenchman has come up with the solution by opening a museum that could rival the Louvre. Artist... Read more
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The Age
French tycoon opens the door to billion dollar art collectionArtist Damien Hirst will feature in a new Parisian gallery founded by Henri Pin
French tycoon opens the door to billion dollar art collection
The Age / Posted yesterday
Artist Damien Hirst will feature in a new Parisian gallery founded by Henri Pinault. Photo: Valery Hache It is not a problem faced by many mere mortals: how to find a gallery large enough to house one's $1 billion art collection. But a suitably... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
French tycoon opens the door to billion dollar art collectionArtist Damien Hirst will feature in a new Parisian gallery founded by Henri Pin
French tycoon opens the door to billion dollar art collection
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted yesterday
Artist Damien Hirst will feature in a new Parisian gallery founded by Henri Pinault. Photo: Valery Hache It is not a problem faced by many mere mortals: how to find a gallery large enough to house one's $1 billion art collection. But a suitably... Read more
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The Scranton Times-Tribune
Places to go and things to do in Northeast Pa.LOUNGE: Honesdale: today, Drew Breeze, 40 Cal of Dipset. COOPER’S ON THE WATER
Places to go and things to do in Northeast Pa.
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted yesterday
LOUNGE: Honesdale: today, Drew Breeze, 40 Cal of Dipset. COOPER’S ON THE WATERFRONT: Pittston: today, Great Rock Quartet; Sunday, Karaoke with DJ Honey Do. DUFFY’S COFFEE HOUSE: Clarks Summit: Monday, Open Jam Session. ELIXIR BISTRO BAR... Read more
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Guardian Unlimited
Havana rising: meeting the millenials pushing Cuba forwardmonth of the Rolling Stones, who played a free gig to 450,000 people. The islan
Havana rising: meeting the millenials pushing Cuba forward
Guardian Unlimited / Posted yesterday
month of the Rolling Stones, who played a free gig to 450,000 people. The island is experiencing a huge spike in tourism, particularly from the US, with American visitors in 2015 up 77% on the previous year. None of these visits has yet resulted... Read more
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News.com.au
Invisible Man artist Liu Bolin is back, but where is he?Travel Updates Hiding in the City: artist Liu Bolin blends into a wall of mo
Invisible Man artist Liu Bolin is back, but where is he?
News.com.au / Posted yesterday
Travel Updates Hiding in the City: artist Liu Bolin blends into a wall of mobile phones. Picture: Eli Klein Fine Art Source: Supplied Made in China: Chinese camouflage artist Liu Bolin... Read more
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examiner.com
Interview with artists Yulia Altas, Dmitry Klevansky and Aleksandr Popov-Mikhayl"The Three Horizons" art and photo exhibition at Manhattan’s Gateway Art Center
Interview with artists Yulia Altas, Dmitry Klevansky and Aleksandr Popov-Mikhayl
examiner.com / Posted yesterday
"The Three Horizons" art and photo exhibition at Manhattan’s Gateway Art Center represents three different artists - Aleksandr Popov-Mikhaylov, Yulia Altas and Dmitry Klevansky, who all together see the world through an art prism. Each artist's work... Read more
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The Irish Times
Hanging out at home: the art of the matter4, that needed significant restoration. Flood wanted each room to have a uniqu
Hanging out at home: the art of the matter
The Irish Times / Posted yesterday
4, that needed significant restoration. Flood wanted each room to have a unique atmosphere. She was always going to use artwork to achieve that – she has a background in art restoration, illustration and wood-carving – but she didn’t have the... Read more
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The Irish Times
A crash course in the history of European artdu Luxembourg, in Paris, until July 10th. The French have taken advantage of t
A crash course in the history of European art
The Irish Times / Posted yesterday
du Luxembourg, in Paris, until July 10th. The French have taken advantage of the three-year closure of the Museum of Fine Arts in Budapest, and its merger with the Hungarian National Gallery, to borrow 85 of the best paintings, sculptures and... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
Mental illness — treat it, talk about itentire community to create the changes that will lead to more children getting
Mental illness — treat it, talk about it
San Antonio Express-News / Posted yesterday
entire community to create the changes that will lead to more children getting the help they need. A group of San Antonio artists is using the healing power of art to inspire these changes. In the past two months, 15 renowned artists have created... Read more
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examiner.com
Artist spotlight: Megan Vun WongMegan Vun Wong is a philosophical painter who holds a Masters Degree in Fine Ar
Artist spotlight: Megan Vun Wong
examiner.com / Posted yesterday
Megan Vun Wong is a philosophical painter who holds a Masters Degree in Fine Arts from York University and is the recipient of a number of Canadian Council Arts Grants. As an undergraduate she was awarded the Gissur Eliasson Scholarship and the... Read more
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Greenwich Time
Things to do in and around GreenwichRoman’s books on whales and whaling will be available for purchase and signing
Things to do in and around Greenwich
Greenwich Time / Posted yesterday
Roman’s books on whales and whaling will be available for purchase and signing courtesy of Diane’s Books. The talk is part of the Fred Elser First Sunday Science at the Seaside Center series organized by the Bruce Museum and the Greenwich... Read more
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Anderson Independent-Mail
Art on the Town brings people to downtown AndersonPaula Walsh and her friends Mary Steffes, Cecile Martin and Lucille Carr examin
Art on the Town brings people to downtown Anderson
Anderson Independent-Mail / Posted yesterday
Paula Walsh and her friends Mary Steffes, Cecile Martin and Lucille Carr examined a large, circular metal sculpture Friday on Main Street in downtown Anderson, admiring its size and detailing. "What a fabulous piece," said Walsh, an Anderson... Read more
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dna
The colours of silenceWith members of the Progressive Artists’ Group leaving for foreign shores — Raz
The colours of silence
dna / Posted yesterday
With members of the Progressive Artists’ Group leaving for foreign shores — Raza to Paris and Souza to London — the group gradually disbanded, spurring Ara to take the initiative in forming a new collective that would be called the Bombay Group. Ara... Read more
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MPNnow.com
FLCC's Springs Arts Festival kicks off May 6HOPEWELL — An upcoming event at Finger Lakes Community College will showcase th
FLCC's Springs Arts Festival kicks off May 6
MPNnow.com / Posted yesterday
HOPEWELL — An upcoming event at Finger Lakes Community College will showcase the musical, artistic and theatrical talents of its students.The annual Spring Arts Festival is scheduled for May 6, and opens with the FLCC theatre department’s performance... Read more
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The Daily Cougar
Student art 'censored' at Blaffer MuseumApril 30, 2016 Many of DuLaney’s pieces explore and question themes of power,
Student art 'censored' at Blaffer Museum
The Daily Cougar / Posted yesterday
April 30, 2016 Many of DuLaney’s pieces explore and question themes of power, pride and patriotism. He calls his works “self-referential,” as each piece contains the word “ART.” | Pablo Milanese / The Cougar The tagline for the School of... Read more
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The Hollywood Reporter
SFMOMA's $610M Renovation to Debut in Maythere,” says Charles Schwab, motioning toward the soaring ceiling of the brand
SFMOMA's $610M Renovation to Debut in May
The Hollywood Reporter / Posted yesterday
there,” says Charles Schwab, motioning toward the soaring ceiling of the brand spanking new San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. Schwab, the powerhouse investor and chair of SFMOMA’s board of trustees, appears positively serene, and for good reason:... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
A look at Type Books’s storied history as the store celebrates 10 yearsdissertations on Canadian literature at the University of Toronto in the mid-ni
A look at Type Books’s storied history as the store celebrates 10 years
The Globe and Mail / Posted yesterday
dissertations on Canadian literature at the University of Toronto in the mid-nineties. Working away in the bowels of Robarts Library, the friends spent countless hours discussing what they’d do if they didn’t pursue a career in academia. (Ms.... Read more
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Daily News
US returns ancient Buddhist sculpture stolen decades ago from Pakistanand left the country voluntarily. He said he shipped the 2nd-century Buddhapad
US returns ancient Buddhist sculpture stolen decades ago from Pakistan
Daily News / Posted yesterday
and left the country voluntarily. He said he shipped the 2nd-century Buddhapada from Tokyo to New York to sell it at a gallery, where it was expected to fetch $1.1 million. He said he knew it had been excavated and removed from the Swat River... Read more
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Los Angeles Times
An injured Ed Moses is present 'in spirit' at his 90th birthday dinnerEd Moses’ 90th birthday dinner, a private party for close friends and family at
An injured Ed Moses is present 'in spirit' at his 90th birthday dinner
Los Angeles Times / Posted yesterday
Ed Moses’ 90th birthday dinner, a private party for close friends and family at the William Turner Gallery on Thursday night, was a festive affair -- though one tinged with concern: Moses himself was missing. The artist fell in his living room a few... Read more
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