Tag: Arts

Reno Tahoe moves to national prominence with the launch of a new fine arts and design exhibition

Shifting affluent populations from major US cities and a thriving fine art community make Reno Tahoe an ideal location as a rising arts and cultural centerPublished: Oct. 21, 2021 at 10:00 AM MDT|Updated: 19 minutes agoRENO, Nev., Oct. 21, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- The inaugural Reno Tahoe International Art (RTIA) Show will take place September 8-11, 2022 at the Reno Sparks Convention Center, Reno, Nevada. ...

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Modified Arts Reopens in Roosevelt Row — And More Metro Phoenix Art News

Here's a quick look at arts news around metro Phoenix to help you keep up with the city's creative side. Modified Arts Reopens The Modified Arts creative space in Roosevelt Row has reopened after taking a pandemic pause, which they used as an opportunity to show window installations by several artists. The gallery is currently showing the "Homeland (In)Security" exhibition that features works in several ...

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C-LAB Future Media Arts Festival Envisions the Ultimate Collaboration of Technology and Art – ARTnews.com

What the future holds will depend on who’s controlling the coding. The promise of technology versus the threat of technology is a conversation that has long been underway. Taiwan Contemporary Culture Lab’s (C-LAB) annual Future Media Arts Festival focuses this discussion around the future through media art. Twenty-four works by 23 individual and group artists from Taiwan and abroad are currently on view both ...

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Threads and textures at Tupper Arts | News, Sports, Jobs

Elena Kuki uses secretive processes to instill her felt vests with unique and captivating textures. (Enterprise photo — Aaron Cerbone) TUPPER LAKE — Fabric artists were setting up their displays at Tupper Arts on Wednesday for the “Totally Textiles” show, opening today. Beth Johnson, who helped organize the exhibit, said it features works from 30 artists, all within a 50-mile radius. The show was ...

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Oxy Arts’ ‘Encoding Futures’ and AI’s algorithms of us – Pasadena Star News

The Mediterranean Revival architecture of Myron Hunt’s Occidental College campus in Eagle Rock may call to mind many Latinate places in this world, but the plains of central northern Italy south of Lake Como are not necessarily one of them. Plus, the Southern California light is all wrong for Lombardy. Nevertheless, Oxy stood in for an Italian university campus in the most recent episode ...

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A Collection of Essays Considers Resonance in the Arts

Q. What is artistic resonance, and how does the concept create pathways between artistic forms and/or academic fields? A. In my search for the most basic task of the theater experience, I came to understand that it is resonance that matters most. Our job as theater artists is to create the conditions in which resonance—literally, vibration—can happen between actors and the audiences’ bodies, minds, ...

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Outlaw Arts NYC – StreetArtNews

@_diaz1 @queenandreaoneCurrently hanging out in Bushwick Brooklyn with Robert from Outlaw Arts. Coming up this Sunday October 10th, 2021 is the closing party for the 10th anniversary of curating street art shows in New York City. Take me back to 10 years ago. How did this all begin?  Well, the short version is that I knew a lot of artists and there was so ...

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Arts & Culture News | Art

Ashman leaves leadership post at International Folk Art MarketStuart Ashman will step down at the end of the year as the CEO of the International Folk Art Market (IFAM). His successor is Melissa Mann, currently IFAM’s director of external affairs.Ashman has been with IFAM for three years and successfully led the market through the pandemic without any loss of income. Mann joined IFAM in ...

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