Archive for September, 2021

Department Chair, Arts Administration, Education and Policy -The Ohio State University

Department: Arts Administration, Education and PolicyPosition: Department ChairRank: Associate Professor or Professor

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The Ohio State University seeks a department chair who will provide ambitious and innovative leadership for its Department of Arts Administration, Education and Policy. Anticipated start date is July 1, 2022. The chair will serve as the administrative... | Read More

New Vision For Orchestral Pops?

 Orchestral pops programming now ranges from film scores, cartoon medleys and video game music to rap artists and jazz and circus acts. It’s whatever fusion of orchestral music and flavor-of-the-day entertainment the ensemble selects. – Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

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Want To Learn A New Language As An Adult? It’s Much Easier If You Learn Alongside The Kids

“New research suggests that it’s not as difficult as experts previously thought for adults to pick up a new language. Immersing yourself in a new language as a family might just be one of the most effective — and easiest — ways to learn a new language.” – National Geographic

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Artist Retrospective: Hyuro

Tamara Djurovic the Argentine street artist also known as Hyuro made her mark in the form of massive murals that covered the facades of entire buildings, which appeared in various countries all over the globe.

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Her work on the street had a surrealist element to it.... | Read More

Britney Spears is on the road to independence. The media should let her take the wheel

On Wednesday, Jamie Spears was suspended as his daughter's conservator. Is all the media attention, including three new Spears documentaries, still welcome?

(Image credit: Chelsea Guglielmino/Getty Images)

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Uh Oh – A Looming Book Shortage?

 “This fall, the global publishing business can expect disruption in shipping, increases in costs throughout the supply chain, shortages in consumables used for packing and shipping, and shortages in manufacturing supplies for books and printed matter.” – Jane Friedman

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Tommy Kirk, The Fresh-Scrubbed Face Of Disney As A Child Actor, Dies At 79

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These Poems’ Sensual Details Explore The Friction Between Integrity And Desire

Natasha Rao gets to know herself by examining how she clings to her past in her debut poetry collection Latitude.

(Image credit: The American Poetry Review)

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Annual Spirit of the West Oct. 5 – Nov. 13, 2021

The Annual Spirit of the West 2021 Competition will celebrate the heritage of the American West.  Art should capture not only landscapes but the rugged independence and tenacious adventures of the majestic west and the individuals and animals that made it happen!

Prizes will be awarded for Best of Show and Awards of Merit.  Location: Doss Heritage & Cultural Center... | Read More

DIFF 2021 – Dallas International Film Festival Oct. 8 – 10

The 2021 Dallas International Film Festival is finally here!Known for being one of the most filmmaker-friendly film festivals in the world, the Dallas International Film Festival is back in-person for the first time since 2019.The three-day festival will take place October 8 – 10 at Alamo Drafthouse Cinema Cedars (1005 Botham Jean Blvd., Dallas, TX 75215).“This version of the festival... | Read More
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