Archive for December, 2016

IN PRINT: January 2017

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Atlas Dubai: Consumed Culture

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Labor Relations

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Actor And Activist Jesse Williams: ‘I’m Certain I’m Making A Difference’

The Grey's Anatomy co-star tells NPR's Michel Martin he's seen the effects of his actions in the public consciousness and discourse. He says he's inspired by black women and the black LGBTQ community.

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Georgia O’Keeffe Museum announces new Senior Director of Advancement and Communications

The Georgia O’Keeffe Museum announced that Colleen Kelly will join the Museum as Senior Director of Advancement and Communications, a newly-developed position. Most recently, Colleen has held the position of Chief Development Officer at the McNay Art Museum, San Antonio, Texas, responsible for external affairs including fundraising, membership, visitor services, retail operations, and... | Read More

Goethe-Institut London and V&A announce Collecting Europe festival

As the debate about the future of Europe continues, the Goethe-Institut London and the V&A have commissioned 12 artists from around the world to imagine what Europe might look like 2,000 years from now, and how our present might be viewed from the future. The installations will go on display throughout the V&A from 1 - 7 February 2017 as part of the free week-long festival, Collecting Europe. The... | Read More

London Art Fair launches the 2017 European art world year

The 29th London Art Fair, the UK’s premier Fair for Modern British and contemporary art, will be the most international edition to date when it returns to the Business Design Centre, Islington, from 18-22 January 2017. The Fair is renowned for providing a supportive environment for collectors of all levels, enhanced by an engaging programme of curated exhibitions, talks, tours, films and... | Read More

In northern Italy, a real underground wine

He made his career in the quarrying business, but Mauro Camusso always had wine in his blood. Now he has brought the two strands together in the production of a champagne-style sparkling wine that he finishes deep in the bowels of a disused mineral mine. Located in the foothills of the Italian Alps, some 50 kilometres (30 miles) southwest of Turin, the Val Germanasca mine produced talc, the... | Read More

Vienna ovation for 11-year-old girl’s Cinderella opera

An 11-year-old British girl has spoken of her immense pride after her opera was given a standing ovation in Vienna where it is playing as part of year end celebrations. Alma Deutscher's own take on Cinderella involves a poet prince being charmed by the melody of a female composer, rather than the singing of her pretentious two half-sisters. The characters are played by adults, with Alma... | Read More

New Emily Carr University set to open doors in Fall 2017

The new year brings a major new chapter in the life of one of Canada’s most renowned art and design universities: the spectacular new campus of Canada’s prestigious Emily Carr University of Art + Design is set to open in September 2017. Designed by Canadian architects Diamond Schmitt, the purpose-built facility is 285-thousand square feet of state-of-the-art learning spaces.... | Read More
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