Archive for December, 2018

Winter Class Session begins Jan. 6 at the Craft Guild

The Craft Guild of Dallas is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to providing a variety of arts and craft instruction for the last 70 years.  We offer year-around classes and workshops for adult students, from the beginner to the advanced, in the disciplines of Bookbinding, Drawing & Painting, Glass, Clay, Metalsmithing and other traditional arts.  

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Winter Workshops at the Craft Guild

Workshop Spotlight: BoHo Wrap Bracelet

Show your free spirit by creating this colorful wrap bracelet that will remind you of the 70’s and macrame but with a twist.  We will use leather cord, beads, rolo chain and beading thread to make this wonderful bracelet.  It looks complicated but it is not!  Come join us to make this creative bracelet!... | Read More

Exhibition links together Egon Schiele’s drawings to tell the story of the artist’s brief life

Tracing the arc of his artistic development, Egon Schiele: In Search of the Perfect Line is on view at Galerie St. Etienne through March 2, 2019. Galerie St. Etienne has presented more than 15 Egon Schiele exhibitions since 1941, when the gallery introduced the work of the artist to the U.S. The exhibition leverages the gallery’s access to rare and newly authenticated work with 46... | Read More

Marc Straus announces the release of Jeanne Silverthorne’s first limited-edition monograph

Marc Straus announced the release of Jeanne Silverthorne‘s first limited-edition monograph, on the occasion of her upcoming exhibition on view Jan 9–Feb 10, 2019. This comprehensive, fully illustrated, hard-cover catalogue assembles Silverthorne’s remarkable oeuvre for the first time, through 220 pages of more than 90 color illustrations that explore works and exhibitions over... | Read More

Outsider Art Fair announces exhibitors for its 27th New York edition

The Outsider Art Fair, the only fair dedicated to Self-Taught Art, Art Brut and Outsider Art, is pleased to announce the exhibitor list for its 27th New York edition, taking place January 17-20, 2019 at The Metropolitan Pavilion. The fair will showcase 67 exhibitors, representing 37 cities from 7 countries, with 8 first-time galleries. This year, OAF will host two of its hallmark Curated Spaces.... | Read More

British Library awarded £9.2 million for a major new project set to revolutionise research

The Alan Turing Institute and the British Library, together with researchers from a range of universities, have been awarded £9.2 million from the UKRI's Strategic Priorities Fund for a major new project. ‘Living with Machines’, which will take place over five years, is set to be one of the biggest and most ambitious humanities and science research initiatives ever to launch in the... | Read More

Record prices in 2018 U.S. rare coin market, reports Professional Numismatists Guild

Quality was in the eyes of the bidders in the multi-billion dollar United States rare coin market during 2018, according to a year-end tabulation conducted by the Professional Numismatists Guild, a nonprofit organization composed of many of the country’s top rare coin and paper money dealers. While prices declined during the year for some U.S. coins in easily available lower grades,... | Read More

Centre Pompidou presents 2019 France–Romania cycle

A Romanian cycle at the Centre Pompidou provides an opportunity to showcase an extraordinary laboratory of artistic creation which intimately and fully shaped the history of modern and contemporary art. The 2019 France–Romania cycle is an opportunity to take a fresh look at a key moment in the history of 20th–century international cultural dynamics, in which Paris has long been a key... | Read More

Exhibition explores how jewelry acts upon and activates the body it adorns

What is jewelry? Why do we wear it? What meanings does it convey? On view at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, the exhibition Jewelry: The Body Transformed traverses time and space to explore how jewelry acts upon and activates the body it adorns. This global conversation about one of the most personal and universal of art forms brings together some 230 objects drawn almost exclusively from The Met... | Read More

Phoenix Art Museum announces major gift of contemporary Latin American artworks

Phoenix Art Museum is the recipient of a significant gift from Nicholas Pardon, co-founder of the SPACE Collection, the largest collection of post-1990s abstract art from Latin America in the United States featuring major works by artists recognized as the pioneers of their generation. The gift includes 112 artworks by 49 artists from 14 Latin American countries and represents a 280% increase in... | Read More
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