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Miuzium to Launch Exclusive NFT Collection of 1001 Fine Art Pieces from 100 of the MEA’s Most Prominent & Talented Artists

LOS ANGELES--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Miuzium (www.miuzium.com), an emerging leader in NFT fine art and 1/1s, has announced the launch of their first collection, Collection I. Miuzium is bringing together 100 artists from the Middle East and Africa to curate 1001 pieces of 1/1 minted art, with circa 95% of pieces created exclusively for the Miuzium Collection I. Artists are world-renowned, including Wayne Barker, Lulwah Al Homoud, ...

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The 5 Best Camera Backpacks for Artists – ARTnews.com

If you purchase an independently reviewed product or service through a link on our website, ARTNews may receive an affiliate commission. One of the most comfortable and efficient ways to carry photo gear is in a camera backpack. Designed like the packs used for hiking or carrying books to school, camera backpacks let you haul your most important gear hands-free while providing quick access ...

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How to keep artists in Boston? The city seeks solutions

There’s a sign in Wayne Strattman’s studio with six words spelled out in slender glass tubes: helium, neon, argon, krypton, xenon, mercury. Each is lit up with the gas it describes. Helium glows a light peach; neon, the most common, blazes red-orange. Krypton is white, argon is fuchsia, xenon a muted blue, and mercury a bright azure. Although, technically, mercury is not a gas. ...

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The WBUR Read-In: Struggling artists

“The panicked artists called a meeting. The idea was floated that perhaps they could collectively purchase the building,” reported WBUR’s Amelia Mason earlier this week. The struggling artist is a character that lives on in cultural imaginations all across the world. But as cities — often the best places for artists to collaborate and find work — become increasingly expensive, even artists who have ...

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Congolese artists mint NFTs to challenge US museum’s ownership of indigenous sculpture

The indigenous Pende people of the Democratic Republic of Congo believed the spirits of vanquished enemies continue to wander among them, seeking bloody revenge. The only way to thwart the violent desires of the spirit is to carve figurative sculptures in wood, in which the spirits of their opposers and enslavers are caged and immobilised.The Congo was violently occupied by Belgian colonialists from 1908 ...

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Division of the Arts Opens Two Opportunities for Artists

Division of the Arts Opens Two Opportunities for Artists - State of Delaware News Read the latest news on coronavirus in Delaware. More Info NEWS FEED Division of the Arts Opens Two Opportunities for ArtistsDate Posted: June 14, 2022 Delaware Mortgage Relief Program Approved By U.S. Department Of The TreasuryDate Posted: June 14, 2022 Heritage Commission Book of the Week: GATH’s Literary Work and ...

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“No starving artists”: Savannah College of Art and Design leans into creativity as U.S. college enrollment drops

The pandemic, soaring costs and questions over relevance had led to a 5% drop in enrollment at U.S. colleges over the last two years. But one Georgia school is bucking the trend thanks to a different approach. For a class in sneaker design, or to shoot a virtual commercial in the Arctic, head to the Savannah College of Art and Design — also known as ...

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Meet the Artists and Curators Making Groundbreaking Work – ARTnews.com

When French artist George Rouault’s painting The Three Judges  was first presented in 1936, Rouault’s gallery placed it in a 17th century frame. His dealer saw the need to contextualize his bold Expressionism for audiences still uncertain of such daring.  Galleries and curators have always been critical to the introduction of new styles or media in art. It is no different today in the ...

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