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As-it-happens update March 30, 2018
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Deptford Does Art offers artist a free exhibition space. Credit: YOU&ME Architecture. When Zuzana Greenham started exhibiting local artists on the walls of The Duke Pub in Deptford, she didn't expect to be sat in her own gallery two-and-a-half years later. While the word organic may be over-used in the ...
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"Unique artworks of our traditional arts have been shown and still show up at quite different places in quite different forms for centuries without having a 'biennial' title and without being ... The Yeditepe Biennial aims to present Turkish traditional arts and the new art branches emerging in the country.
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Johnston High School is celebrating the artistic talents of those who recently participated in the 2018 Scholastic Art Awards, in which three students received commendations for their outstanding work. Since 1923, the Scholastic Art and Writing Awards have recognized the vision, ingenuity and talent of ...
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The second annual Art for Recovery and Transformation show was held March 28 at Strive Health of Greensburg. Co-sponsored by Strive Health, Westmoreland County Drug Overdose Task Force and Barbara Ferrier, the exhibition featured pieces in various media created by area artists in recovery ...
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MONHEGAN ISLAND, Maine - An art museum in Maine has received a $1 million grant from the Wyeth Foundation and will have three years to match the grant. Jaime and Phyllis Wyeth made the donation to Monhegan Museum of Art & History's $4 million fundraising campaign. The Portland Press ...
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ou resisted any impulse to choose some sort of Disney-style "Butterfly Chasing Birdie" type of cliche and instead voted for a fine example of abstract art, something tall, strong and metal that will weather well and last long past our lifetimes.
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DAVIS (CBS13) — Four women who got their start at UC Davis are getting a lot of attention for their avant-garde look at art as thousands of listeners tune into their locally produced podcast. The art history graduates Natalie De La Torre and Corrie Hendricks are enjoying their new brush with fame.
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