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  • Jeremy Brown
    Get artsy in Atlanta this August
    A lot of art-centric events are happening in town and you are right in the middle of all the action here in Atlanta.Bruce Munro Light in the Garden is at the Atlanta Botanical Garden. The exhibit features unique installations created from hundreds...
  • Harmony Fine Arts offers high school level art and music courses -- Free!
    Harmony Fine Arts offers FREE art and music courses
    Here's a wonderful resource for teaching art and music history at the high school level.Harmony Fine Arts offers 32-week and 36-week art and music appreciation curricula online, absolutely free.The site offers a wide variety of curricula for...
  • "Lotus" by Marsha Doran (2014, mixed media)
    Marsha Doran presents 'Fragmented Symbols' at Chelsea gallery show
    The Blue Mountain Gallery in Chelsea is currently presenting aseries of works by Marsha Doran for an exhibition titled Fragmented Symbols. For this show, Doran unveils mixed media abstract pieces consisting of materials such as dress patterns,...
  • Santa Rosa Junior College
    Late Santa Rosa Professor's Creation, Fresno the Giraffe, Inspires Oakland Zoo
    Santa Rosa Junior College (SRJC) instructor Nicholas (Nick) Anast, who died in a kayaking accident in March, is receiving recognition for the 17-foot re-articulated giraffe skeleton, housed at the SRJC Petaluma Herold Mahoney Library. The giraffe,...
  • Nippon in New York: August 2015
    Nippon in New York: ‘Dragon Ball Z,’ Liberty City Anime Con, Waku Waku NYC
    In the dog days of summer, it’s best to escape the heat in a place that’s cozy and cool. For those into Japanese cultural events, this month offers a diverse selection of film premieres and live music—all in the comfort of indoor...
  • Midtown Mahattan
    A Midtown Manhattan Visit: The Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Morgan Museum
    Midtown Manhattan has crowds, traffic, and art. Visit the gilded 1913 Beaux Arts Grand Central Terminal, even if you are not traveling by train or subway. Under the 120-foot-high ceiling indoor space offers diverse food offerings, newspaper stands...
  • "Man in the Red Scarf" Ella Kogan's
    Ella Kogan: The controversial sculptor bares all
    It is said that “art imitates life” but for Ella Kogan art isn’t about trying to emulate the surface constructs of reality. It’s about probing deeper, underneath the façade, and bringing forth the eternal uncertainty and...
  • Pablo Picasso
    Painting Picasso: The Art Model & the Feminine in an AUC Art Class
    It was my first modeling gig for an art class--paid gig at that. And Picasso was the theme. I learned many things about Picasso. One of them being my favorite painting, Les Demoiselles D'Avignon. Picasso's cubism and renditions of the...
  • Susan Marosz Art on Display at "Art Affair"
    Southern California artist makes waves in the art world
    Very rarely is a completely new, and inventive way of art presented. Such is the case with Susan Marosz's refreshingly unique style.Always possessing a talent in art, Ms. Marosz began creating custom murals for homes and commercial location....
  • The Moderns: Exhibit at Nassau County Museum of Art
    Celebrating 'The Moderns' with exhibitions at Nassau County Museum of Art
    Say hello to summertime with the intriguing collections of modern art presented in the Nassau County Museum of Art among the lovely Frick Estate grounds in Roslyn, NY. "The Moderns" are two exhibitions made up from Selections from the...
  • Best Weekend Bet: CIRQUE DU SOLEIL's Varekai in Fairfax, VA
    Best Weekend Bet: CIRQUE DU SOLEIL's Varekai in Fairfax, VA
    Looking for a date night performance that won't put your man to sleep? Are you trying to figure out what to do with your family this weekend? If you want to escape DC and enter an enchanted forest filled that combines thrilling acrobatics, eye...
  • La Columna Da Rota
    Cry "Frieda": The Segmenting of Woman in "La Columna de Rota"
    The work of famed Mexican painter, Frieda Kahlo, is an essence of encroaching surrealism. Depictions of herself leave observers in a spiritual dance in the mystery, audacity, and boldness of this vivacious, and free-spirited woman. Throughout many...
  • New York City artwork found in more than just museums
    New York City artwork found in more than just museums
    New York City is famous for many things. One that may be overlooked is the tremendous collection of public artwork found throughout the city. Some pieces cost millions of dollars and often are only on display for short periods of time.Take for...
  • Pablo Picasso, Curtain for the Ballet “Le Tricorne,” 1919. Tempera on canvas, ca. 20 x 19 feet.
    The Top 10 Museum Exhibits in NYC, July 2015
    One of the greatest gifts New York City has to offer is its burgeoning art scene that’s constantly being revived with intellectual and intriguing exhibitions at its many world renowned museums galleries, and other institutions. Here are the...
  • Teens in Art of Palm Beach County exhibition Aug. 8 to Oct. 3
    Teens in Art of Palm Beach County exhibition Aug. 8 to Oct. 3
    The Cultural Council of Palm Beach County located at 601 Lake Avenue in Lake Worth is working with The Milagro Center in presenting an exhibition of the artwork of teens, showcasing their talents to the community. At the Cultural Council, Arts...
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