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Ken Blackburn answers: what’s an arts council for...
When the idea of
s in general took hold in B.C., “maybe 30 years ago,” according to Ken Blackburn, Executive Director of the Campbell River
, they were designed to encourage...
Read more at Campbell River Mirror
SWAC Has Grant Opportunities Available for Teache...
SALISBURY, Md. – The Salisbury-Wicomico
has a grant opportunity available for teachers. The Arts and Enhanced Education Program is a competitive interdisciplinary grant made possible...
Read more at WBOC Salisbury
What to do over Thanksgiving weekend in New Orlea...
The Friday after Thanksgiving is known as "Black Friday," the biggest shopping day of the year and the frenzied confirmation that the holiday season is in full swing. But the rest of the Thanksgiving...
Read more at Best of New Orleans Gambit
Arts group provides a picture of generosity
ART will help a local facility that has the community at heart. ART will help a local facility that has the community at heart. It comes after Evans
’s decision to donate a percentage of...
Read more at Western Advocate
Thumbs-Up to New Musicians' Union
The formation of a new musicians' association, called the Zimbabwe Musicians' Union (ZIMU), in July this year came as a breath of fresh air to many musicians. ZIMU replaces the old Zimbabwe Union of...
Read more at AllAfrica.com
National Arts Council
Homeowners open their doors for holiday tour
That's what Tony and Karen LaScola, Charles and Joanna Bailey, and five other Hancock County homeowners did on Saturday for the fifth annual Holiday Home Tour, a benefit for the Hancock County Arts...
Read more at Weirton Daily Times
Swaney Memorial Library
Art from RJ Reynolds Tobacco Co. being auctioned
WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. Artwork that originally was part of the collection belonging to the R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Co. is being auctioned in Winston-Salem. The
of Winston-Salem and Forsyth...
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The Charlotte Observer
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Christmas Tree Walk returns to museum
In the past, the annual Christmas Tree Walk was held on 3rd Street or in Memorial Park or for a couple of years, not at all. But Jennifer Andries, executive director of the Lyon County Museum, said...
Read more at Marshall Independent
Lyon County Museum
Sudbury homeless rate not improving: researcher
It isn't, says Kauppi, a professor of social work at Laurentian University and director of the Poverty, Homelessness and Migration study. People perceive the situation is improving because the...
Read more at The Sudbury Star
Bodiless snake sculpture still
... hour 47 minutes ago by Sean MooneyBodiless snake sculpture still "work" of art TUCSON- A bodiless snake remains a work of art. A snake sculpture first constructed by students involved in the Pima...
Read more at KVOA Tucson
A Dickens Holiday :: Arts, Community, Free, Music...
Every year, the day after Thanksgiving, downtown Fayetteville is transformed into Victorian times. Horse drawn carriages roll up and down Hay Street, carrying shoppers the old fashioned way by...
Read more at WRAL.com Raleigh
For the Record
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The creative class is not screwed: Here’s how the...
Converting audience appreciation into something you can use to pay for your kids’ braces is the crucial task for any artist. There are shelves full of MBA-program case studies and countless online...
Read more at Salon.com
Deputy Foreign Minister Dimitris Kourkoulas will meet his Russian counterpart, Alexey Meshkov (pictured), at 2.30 p.m. at the Foreign Ministry. The International Labor Organization holds a press...
Read more at Kathimerini
Black Friday at the Depot Gallery features Open M...
Looking to avoid the hassle of malls and department stores, but still find special gifts this holiday season? The Depot Gallery of River Region Art Association is the place to begin your shopping. On...
Read more at Gonzales Weekly Citizen
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A choristers' piece
When the Bay Choral Guild presents Brahms' "Ein deutsches Requiem" ("German Requiem"), audiences familiar with the more commonly performed orchestral version will not hear the booming bass, brass or...
Read more at Palo Alto Weekly
Protestant Episcopal Church
Your guide to local entertainment
SEASONAL ANNUAL HOLIDAY HOUSE TOUR: today, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., departs from Waverly Community House, 1115 North Abington Road, Waverly Twp., $20, benefits the Comm. NUTCRACKER TEA PARTY: today, 3 to...
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The Scranton Times-Tribune
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Academy of Music
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Art Notes, Nov. 23
... Duncan wins Best of Show Award Tina Duncan is winner of the Best of Show Award for her painting “Illumination” entered in the 19th annual Fall Members Art Show of the...
Read more at The Hendersonville Times-News
Concerts Around the Corner, The New York Philharm...
Sunday, November 23rd at 3:00pm, the Town of Southeast Cultural Arts Coalition presents Rising Stars from Manhattan School of Music's acclaimed Chamber Sinfonia in their third performance at the...
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The Daily Voice - Somers
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Manhattan School of Music
Death and the Maiden
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Council opens exhibit of Joyce illustrations The Greater Denton
opened its latest exhibit, “William Joyce: Guardian of Childhood,”last week in the Meadows Gallery at the...
Read more at Denton Record-Chronicle
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