American native art showcased at Marin Center



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As-it-happens update February 18, 2018
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Tahire Briscoe, left and Mustaffa Jackson sketch a birdhouse as they participate in a session at The Barnes Foundation Wednesday Feb. 14, 2018 in Philadelphia. The Barnes Foundation and Mural Arts Philadelphia are collaborating on the "Restorative Justice" program where current and former prison ...
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Soudant – a graphic designer, artist, sculptor, photographer, assistant University at Buffalo art professor – knows about wishes. She has had plenty. She navigated a fractured family life, growing up in Europe, watching her parents' marriage fall apart. Her emotional pain nudged her to examine people ...
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A 6-year-old is celebrating Black History Month once again by paying tribute to black voices in the arts with a creative photo series. This year, Lola is paying tribute to black men and women who have made huge contributions in the arts, such as Maya Angelou, as well as honoring works like the play, ...
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Carol Bannister of Novato looks over a mask she bought at the 34th annual American Indian Art Show/Marin at the Marin Civic Center in San Rafael, Calif. on Saturday, Feb. 17, 2018. The mask was made by Judy Adams of the Lumbee Tribe. (Sherry LaVars/Special to Marin Independent Journal).
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In a rapidly changing social and cultural environment, digital art is becoming one of the most important genres of cultural expression and innovation. Last summer, in a miraculous turn of events, I found myself in front of Gustav Klimt's gold-leaf masterpiece 'The Kiss'. All I could do was stare in awe.
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