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As-it-happens update March 26, 2018
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Ronald Phillips will host an exhibition of Chippendale furniture at its Bruton Street gallery and at Masterpiece London to mark the tercentenary of his birth. Picture of Frances Allitt. Frances Allitt; 26 Mar 2018. Mirror. A rediscovered circular mirror by Thomas Chippendale is one of the highlights in Ronald ...
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The exhibition opens today in the Fine Arts Center Gallery where audiences will discover Sanderson's unique mix of cross-disciplinary work. For Wintonbury is a narrative work in the form of paintings, drawings, three-dimensional compositions, and a book of short stories. The artist merges the visual arts ...
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Not only does the Blu-Ray of "The Last Jedi" come out tomorrow, but also Detroit's Institute of Arts has announced it will display a traveling exhibition of "Star Wars" costumes. The exhibit will explores the artistry behind the creations. It will include more than 60 costumes including those of Darth Vader, ...
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Major League Baseball pays a visit to Charlotte on Monday night, with the Chicago White Sox in town for an exhibition game against the Charlotte Knights, their AAA farm team. First pitch is scheduled for 6:05 p.m. at uptown's BB&T Ballpark. It's the fourth-ever meeting between the two clubs and the first ...
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The free exhibition, which runs until May 3 and is supported by the Port of Tyne, tells how some suffragettes were imprisoned, force fed and beaten. Visitors can also cast their vote, in a specially created ballot box, for the most influential woman from the exhibition. Dame Vera cast hers for Lizzie Crow, ...
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History of Hong Kong's textile and fashion industry explored in exhibition that is both emotional and immersive ... Organised by the non-profit Centre for Heritage, Arts and Textile (CHAT), the exhibition explores and reinterprets the collective memory of Hong Kong's textile and fashion industry, covering ...
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