Art History

Yager-Rushton Running for District 4 Council Seat with Access and Sustainability Goals

Kristine Yager-Rushton, a Statesboro resident and homeowner in District 4 council for 13 years, qualified this week as a candidate for city council. Improving access to downtown and the Georgia Southern campus for pedestrians and cyclists is one of its goals. “I would love to see Statesboro become an even …

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Scanning History: FNB of Tuttle Presents Interactive Art Exhibition Using QR Codes | Community

Those visiting the First National Bank & Trust of Tuttle can learn more about the city with a swipe of the phone. The new installation includes an interactive art exhibit, the Galerie Tuttle yesterday and today, which uses QR codes and photographs to attract the viewer. Throughout the building there …

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History Where You Eat returns to Cazenovia – Eagle News Online

CAZENOVIA – The Madison County Distillery will host this year’s first and only “History Where You Eat” event on Monday August 30 from 6 to 7 pm. The event will explore the stories of neighboring Stone Quarry Hill Art Park (SQHAP) and one of the community’s oldest industries, distillation. “Madison …

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1958 Canton Championship sculpture completes “The ELEVEN” art series

TOWNSHIP – Artist Jack Howard-Potter stood at the base of a 30-foot steel sculpture he created as it glowed in the sun Friday afternoon during an unveiling ceremony. When told about the concept, the famous sculptor said he was immediately intrigued by the idea because the coin commemorates an iconic …

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Saturday Webinar: How Mumbai’s Art Deco Architecture and Maritime History Are Intricably Linked

With balconies facing the sea on one side and a large playground on the other, the Art Deco buildings next to the Oval Maidan offer some of the best views in town. However, there is more to work here than the breathtaking views. Residents remember that until a decade ago, …

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British graduate student among the 11 recognized by the International Sculpture Center

LEXINGTON, Ky. (Aug 5, 2021) – Amalia Galdona Broche, a recent graduate of the University of Kentucky’s School of Art and Visual Studies, is one of 11 students who received the prestigious International Sculpture Center’s Outstanding Student Achievement in Contemporary Sculpture Award for 2021. The International Center for Sculpture (ISC) …

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John Waters appointed to the Baltimore Museum of Art Board of Trustees

The Baltimore Museum of Art (BMA) yesterday announced five new directors, only one of whom will have a bathroom named after him in the institution. Cultural icon and native of Baltimore, John Waters, has been appointed to the board of directors alongside Michael Ealy, Nupur Parekh Flynn, Lori N. Johnson …

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The Crocker Museum will host the French impressionists Monet, Matisse

Alfred Sisley’s “Le Loing à Saint-Mammès” will be one of the paintings presented at the Crocker Art Museum. Courtesy of the Crocker Art Museum The Crocker Art Museum in Sacramento will present “Monet to Matisse: Masterpieces of French Impressionism” from the Dixon Gallery and Gardens from October 3 to January …

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On display: the pieces reflect certain preoccupations of the 90s

SARATOGA SPRINGS – A shabby cabinet filled with nostalgic scents draw viewers into “Brighten the Corners,” the latest exhibition to open at Saratoga Arts. The antique pie cabinet includes 80 jars of brown perfume, each an interpretation of the scents of old books and records. The names of over 400 …

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