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Ancient Necropolis Discovered in 17th-Century Croatian Palace Garden – ARTnews.com

Ancient Necropolis Discovered in 17th-Century Croatian Palace Garden – ARTnews.com

Experts have discovered an ancient necropolis dating to the 4th and 5th centuries C.E. at a 17th-century palace on the Croatian island of Hvar. The find was announced in a statement earlier this month by the archaeological consulting company Kantharos, which has spent the past two months excavating the area before building a library on the island. The necropolis was unearthed in the front...

Open call: Dutch art and design focused on climate change | News item

Open call: Dutch art and design focused on climate change | News item

News item | 14-06-2021 | 16:55Human activity is having an impact on the world’s environment, its climate and its biodiversity. Scientists tell us a disaster is looming, but the damage can still be limited if we take action quickly. Luckily, lots of bright minds are working on technological solutions and there is increased awareness that we can all play our role by changing our...

Artist-Run Online Schools Experiment with Remote Learning – ARTnews.com

Artist-Run Online Schools Experiment with Remote Learning – ARTnews.com

First as students, then as teachers, Caitlin Cherry and Nicole Maloof witnessed how art schools promote an MFA-to-gallery pipeline that prioritizes homogeneity and leaves too many behind, burdened with student debt. The absurd cost of a graduate education in art deters entire demographic groups from even applying. After the onset of the coronavirus, in-person learning halted and an already precarious job market for adjunct...

David Bowie Work to Auction—and More Art News – ARTnews.com

David Bowie Work to Auction—and More Art News – ARTnews.com

To receive Morning Links in your inbox every weekday, sign up for our Breakfast with ARTnews newsletter. The Headlines IN WHAT HAS TO BE ONE OF THE MOST PECULIAR ART HEISTS to come to light in recent memory, Italy’s public broadcaster, RAI, said that some 120 artworks have been stolen from its offices at various points over the past half-century, including prints by Modigliani, Monet, and other noted artists, the AFP reports. Officials apparently became aware of...

Fusion NFT Company- Coinllectibles – Signed A Crossover Partnership With Renowned Fine Art Glass Artist Jack Storm

HONG KONG, June 14, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- The world's first Fusion NFT art purveyor and art gallery -Coinllectibles- announced today to establish an official partnership with American artist, Jack Storms. This classy duo will design a  one-of-a-kind NFT Collectible crossover, bridging a physical piece with the digital world.  Jack Storms is an American fine art glass sculptor and an entrepreneur. His work involves transforming cold glass...

Timaru artist offers painting alongside BYO pinot

Timaru artist offers painting alongside BYO pinot

Valentina Bellomo/StuffTimaru artist Wayne Patrick is offering painting and bring your own pinot lessons.Painting and pinot go hand in hand Timaru artist Wayne Patrick has found. To relax the unconfident and unleash the artiste within, Patrick is offering painting and pinot sessions for the first time in about 20 years. The learner brings their own pinot noir, or another favourite beverage, and spends two...

Proposed public art sculpture along Vancouver’s False Creek draws criticism from some residents

Proposed public art sculpture along Vancouver’s False Creek draws criticism from some residents

The sculpture is of a young, distraught boy, standing atop a red tower with a melting shark in his arms, a visual warning of rising sea levels and the destruction it could wreak.  But for some residents on the southern edge of Vancouver's False Creek, the proposed 7.8-metre sculpture, to be installed temporarily amid manicured lawns and waterfront residences, is a blemish. "Do I think...

Jean Staiman: A Lost Art | News, Sports, Jobs

64th Way’s Garden Art Show draws art lovers | News, Sports, Jobs

The 64th annual Way’s Garden Art Show returned after last year’s COVID-19 cancellation, bringing a wide variety of artists of all mediums to the Garden, located at the corner of West Fourth and Maynard streets, on Sunday afternoon. Every year, at the end of the show, one artist wins the Eve Archer or “People’s Choice” award, which is presented alongside a $100 gift certificate...

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