Tag: Arts

Bipartisan Bill Would Offer $300 Million Worth of Grants for the Arts – ARTnews.com

The Creative Economy Revitalization Act (CERA), a new bipartisan bill that was introduced in August and brought before the Senate last Wednesday, will bring $300 million to workers in the creative economy if it is passed. CERA was first conceived of by New Mexico Democrat Representative Teresa Leger Fernández and California Republican Representative Jay Obernolte to address the job losses suffered in the arts ...

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Lake County News,California – Middletown Art Center plans diverse slate of programs to weave the arts into Lake County communities

Pomo basket weaver and cultural educator Corine Pearce discusses basket weaving with Millie Simon, Middletown Pomo elder. Pearce is readying an oak shoot for a basket. In the foreground are traditional Pomo baskets woven by Pearce. Both Pearce and Simon will participate in the upcoming "Weaving Baskets, Weaving Bridges" program through the Middletown Art Center, which is slated to begin in early November. Photo ...

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‘Metamorphosis’ art exhibit comes to Riverfront Arts Center

For the Gazette STEVENS POINT – The Riverfront Arts Center creative community welcomes you to immerse yourself in the feelings of transformation and inspiration. The “Metamorphosis” exhibit combines art from 44 local artists. A wide variety of media is presented in fun and surprising ways. Much of the work is even made from repurposed items. The gallery is appropriate for art lovers of all ...

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Anish Kapoor: Art world must resist ‘outrageous’ government attitude towards education | Ents & Arts News

Artist Anish Kapoor has said the art world must resist the government's "outrageous" "right-wing agenda" when it comes to teaching children.At a retrospective of his paintings at Modern Art Oxford, Kapoor hit back at what he sees as the government's targeting of the arts. Secondary schools had been due to receive up to £25,000 each per year towards arts education but, despite being an ...

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Flint rap documentary highlights opening of 2021-22 movie season at Flint Institute of Arts

FLINT, MI — The Friends of Modern Art film series begins a new season at the Flint Institute of Arts with selections this fall that will take viewers from Denmark, England, France, Sweden, and Bosnia to the wilds of northern Italy and to the recording studios and hip-hop clubs of 1990s Flint.Viewers can enjoy the films during the months of September and October at ...

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Nominations Open For Mayor’s Arts Awards — And More Metro Phoenix Culture News

click to enlarge Throwback to a previous Mayor's Arts Awards ceremony at Hance Park. Phoenix Center for the Arts From tragic news to cause for celebration, here's what you need to know about the creative scene in Phoenix. Mayor’s Arts Awards Nominations Nominations are now being accepted for the 2021 Mayor’s Arts Awards, which will recognize a community arts innovator as well as an ...

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Osceola Arts Hispanic Heritage Month Art Exhibits now showing

Body Osceola Arts pays tribute to Hispanic Heritage Month with three amazing art exhibits that are free and open to the public through Nov. 5: ● “HISPANIC DNA” works created by Florida art group Embajadores del Arte,● "Mi Tierra/Motherland" works by Carlos Rafael Vega,● "DIASPORA: Celebrating Hispanic Artists and Culture 13th annual Juried Art Show" featuring Florida artists of different art disciplines who share ...

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Arts neighborhood starts new festival, mixing art and literature to promote literacy during National Literacy Month

VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. - September is National Literacy Month and the ViBe Creative District, known to be filled with art of all kinds, will mix art with literature on Sunday. They're hosting their first annual Virginia Beach Literacy Arts Festival.The festival is to help promote literacy during September for National Literacy Month. ViBe Creative District Executive Director Kate Pittman told News 3 the festival ...

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Art is back at the Poway Center for Performing Arts

Art exhibits have returned to the Poway Center for the Performing Arts’ lobby.The digital photography collection “A Lone Paradise” by Lawrence Brillon can be viewed through the end of September.According to the exhibit’s online description, “There are places that are plundered, abused, overlooked and eventually forgotten. There are the places to escape the normal bustle of life, and those places are where I go ...

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