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As-it-happens update March 11, 2018
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Officials in Indiana's second-largest city have drafted a proposal that would require businesses getting government tax breaks to contribute to a public art fund. The ordinance proposed by Fort Wayne's mayor and two city council members would require businesses applying for tax increment financing to ...
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THE intimacy of fine art was evident during the Now Exhale Art Exhibition at the Zululand Yacht Club in Richards Bay on Friday night. It was all things art when local artist Swazi Manana displayed his art work during the exhibition. His exquisite paintings, photographs as well as custom-made cloths ...
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NEW YORK — Activists protesting a prominent donor family's link to the opioid crisis unfurled banners and scattered pill bottles inside New York's Metropolitan Museum of Art. The New York Times reports that the protest started just after 4 p.m. Saturday inside the museum's Sackler Wing. The wing is ...
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For a band that was inspired by the likes of Daft Punk, Art vs Science created their own unique sound and rode the wave of dance music to national acclaim. Despite the bands shifting fate, they remain one of the most entertaining and high energy live bands to come out of the noughties indie dance ...
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University of Chicago student Noah Adams adjusts a print of Pablo Picasso's 1937 etching, "Dream and Lie of Franco I," that hangs in his dorm room. The campus' Smart Museum of Art has restarted a program to loan some pieces from its collection to students. | Leslie Adkins/For the Sun-Times.
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Kuntzi now has teamed up with Peter Xiao, professor of art at Augustana College, who will bring his students to the mansion this month to gain first-hand experience while they help with the cleaning process. The Hauberg mansion was built in 1911 for Susanne Denkmann, heir to a lumber baron.
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After that it was 16mm and 35mm film, itself now a mostly lost art form. When the last film-processing studio closed in London she launched a one-woman campaign in the Guardian to try to save it. She felt bereft, like a painter suddenly denied oils. She made a haunting valedictory film, Kodak, about the ...
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