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  • The Unplayed Notes Museum
    Loris Greaud's The Unplayed Notes Museum wows at the Dallas Contemporary
    The Dallas Contemporary art museum will be welcoming Loris Greaud's quizzical exhibit, The Unplayed Notes Museum, starting January 18th and running through March 21st, 2015.The Dallas Contemporary has housed many a ground-breaking exhibit, but...
  • Jesus the Homeless
    Jesus the Homeless
    There are many paintings, monuments and sculptures depicting the artist's interpretation of what Jesus Christ really looked like. Some are similar to one another, but there are not two that are exactly the same.Most are in agreement that we...
  • Homeschoolers invited to submit art to Project Home Educated Artist
    Homeschoolers invited to submit art to Project Home Educated Artist
    Do you have a homeschooled child who loves to create art? Here's a fun opportunity for kids to share their artwork and get some exposure!Project Home Educated Artist is asking homeschooled artists to submit their art to be featured online,...
  • "The Jerome Project (My Loss)" by Titus Kaphar
    Titus Kaphar's poignant works on view in Chelsea and Harlem
    Rising contemporary artist Titus Kaphar is gaining major prominence in the New York City art scene. In addition to an exhibition currently on view at The Studio Museum in Harlem, his work is also being featured at two Chelsea galleries this month....
  • "Joyous Spring Window Dance" by Rita Baragona
    Rita Baragona illustrates how 'The Eye's Mind' captures nature
    The Bowery Gallery in Chelsea is currently presenting a series of works by Rita Baragona for a show titled The Eye’s Mind.For this show, Baragona presents several drawings and paintings that reflect her appreciation and perception of nature....
  • "A Train #2" (2014) by Naomi Nemtzow
    Naomi Nemtzow's poignant 'Subway Series' at Chelsea gallery
    The Bowery Gallery in Chelsea is currently presenting a series of recent works by Naomi Nemtzow for an exhibition titled Subway Series. For her tenth solo show at the gallery, Nemtzow presents several drawings and collages of individuals that she...
  • Atlantic Hotel & Spa launches "Feast of Colors" art exhibit
    Atlantic Hotel & Spa launches "Feast of Colors" art exhibit
    On Thursday, January 22, more than 100 guests and local artists gathered at The Atlantic Hotel & Spa for the launch of "Feast of Colors," an art exhibit on display in the hotel's lobby. As guests viewed the exhibit, which...
  • DUMBO Arts Festival
    Farewell, DUMBO Arts Festival
    One of the first festivals I ever attended in New York was the DUMBO Arts Festival. It was uniquely NY, and I looked forward to the occasion every year! I discovered some of my current favorite artists through open studio, was awed by incredible...
  • A Sliver of Light
    A Sliver of Light: Paintings, Poems, and Stories
    Connecticut resident, Sara Drought Nebel is a poet and an award-winning painter, and her new book A Sliver of Light — Meditations is a book of her paintings, poems, and stories. She works in Acrylics, oil, and even sometimes in Crayola...
  • Trojan Suit
    Wintertide walks the tightrope at Public Functionary
    Caveat Emptor... A juried show by it's nature is a subjective grab bag collection of works chosen not as impartially as one might think. This idea is old hat for artists and exhibitors, but it’s important to point out for the casual...
  • Autism Art Gallery
    Autism Art Gallery opens its doors
    A unique art gallery has opened in the Festival Flea Market located in Pompano Beach. The walls are covered with stretched canvas art created by approximately a dozen different artists with autism. In the card rack, you’ll find note cards...
  • Art Stream Videos
    Introduction to Art Stream
    Art Stream is a unique new service that works with leading artists and art galleries to convert high definition images of fine art into 45-second videos. Each video pans across the image and zooms into points of interest to provide an advertising...
  • Poster for the Italian Film & Culture Festival 2015
    Delightful Doc on Marionettes is part of the Opening Gala of Italian Film Fest
    The 8th New Mexico Italian Film and Culture Festival returns, running from February 8-15 in Albuquerque and February 5-7 in Santa Fe. This wonderful event celebrates Italian film, food, dance, art and music. The best of food and wine is available...
  • Zora Festival
    ZORA! Festival features soulful music, art and more
    The 26th annual Zora Neale Hurston Festival of Arts and Humanities (ZORA! Festival) is jazzing up Eatonville today through February 1, 2015. The celebration theme this year is “Rhythms of the Diaspora.”Music at the ZORA! Festival will...
  • Metro Curates
    Metro Curate offers low-key fair
    The New York City Winter Antique shows can be a lot to take in and sometimes held in stuffy venues. Metro Curates in Chelsea, NY offers a more cozy, relaxed setting to browse 37 galleries that includes folk art, abstract art, decorative art and...