Archive for June, 2018

Musical ‘East Of The River’ Examines A Gentrifying Anacostia

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CAC Summer II Classes registration time

Sign up for Summer II classes!Let your creativity shine! Join our Second Summer Session and start classes the week of July 23rd. We can’t wait to see what you create!

BOOKS & PAPER ARTS CLAY SCULPTURE CERAMICS CREATIVE WRITING DRAWING FIBER ARTS FOUNDATIONS & CREATIVITY GLASS METAL ARTS MIXED MEDIA MOSAIC PAINTING PHOTOGRAPHY & DIGITAL MEDIA JEWELRY & SMALL... | Read More

Looking At Photographer George Rodriguez

Photographer George Rodriguez has chronicled a visual history of Los Angeles over his multidecade career. His work is being celebrated in a new book as well as his first retrospective.

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Hearing From New American Citizens This Independence Day

It's almost the Fourth of July. We reached out on social media to folks who recently became American citizens to find out what the holiday means to them.

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Separated Triplets Offer A Glimpse Into ‘The Wild West Of Psychology’

Would they have been better off not knowing about each other? That's the question director Tim Wardle keeps asking himself — he's the director of a documentary called Three Identical Strangers.

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Artist Demonstration July 7 | Lisa Adams Reed | Dutch Art Gallery

Artist Demonstration | Lisa Adams Reed | Dutch Art Gallery Saturday, July 7 | 11am-2pm

Come visit with gallery artist, Lisa Reed, on Saturday, July 7th from 11am-2pm. Her demonstration will showcase her cold wax process.

“I paint in many, many layers of cold wax and oil with no preconceived composition or ultimate outcome in my mind. I create paintings by covering up... | Read More

Exhibition focuses on mystery of possible masterwork discovery

A large-scale painting of a Roman chariot race found in a closet on the Florida Southern College campus unearthed a mystery and became the impetus for a home-grown exhibition on view at the Polk Museum of Art at Florida Southern College. “The Von Wagner Code” is a curated exhibition centered on the rediscovered painting that appears to be an early, lost version of Hungarian artist... | Read More

HRH The Earl of Wessex opens transformed RAF Museum London

His Royal Highness The Earl of Wessex today attended the opening ceremony of the transformed RAF Museum London as part of the centenary celebrations of the Royal Air Force. After arriving in a 32 Sqn RAF helicopter, His Royal Highness met members of Museum staff, volunteers and partners who worked on and supported the transformation. Other VIPs at the ceremony included Air Chief Marshal Sir... | Read More

City of San Antonio celebrates new nature-inspired public art installation at Elmendorf Lake Park

The City of San Antonio is celebrating the completion of “Aguas Onduladas” (Rippling Waters), a public art installation at Elmendorf Lake Park inspired by the natural beauty of the nearby lake. The artwork, comprised of three cut stainless steel waves, honors the natural elements with a pattern cut into the metal that resembles rippling water. The finish of the stainless steel... | Read More

New publication celebrates 25 years of Tomasso Brothers Fine Art

For the Summer edition of London Art Week 2018, Tomasso Brothers Fine Art is proud to present a new publication, TOMASSO XXV, a celebratory catalogue marking the many notable sales made in 25 years of activity. London Art Week runs from 29 June to 6 July 2018, and copies of TOMASSO XXV will be available at Marquis House, 67 Jermyn Street, St. James’s, the London gallery of Tomasso... | Read More
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