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City Council approves Aspen Art Museum installation for next summer | News

A 3D art installation was approved by Aspen City Council on Tuesday to take over the northern face of the Aspen Art Museum next summer.The installation will pay homage to Aspen’s mountain landscape while allowing museum visitors the option of viewing the piece without entering the building. It was created by Italian artist Gaetano Pesce, 81, who visited Aspen the first time he came ...

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Council Re|Sale to Host Art Sale, Silent Auction During Berkley Art Bash

The silent auction features acrylic on canvas painting titled "The Carnivale" (left) by Yiannis Karimalis, and a plaster sculpture titled "Moses" (right) by David Fisher. (Council Re|Sale) The silent auction features an acrylic on canvas painting titled The Carnivale by Yiannis Karimalis, and a plaster sculpture titled Moses by David Fisher. Council Re|Sale will be taking. A front seat in the Berkley Art Bash this year when they host their ...

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Helper Street Art Extension Approved by Council

During the public comment portion of last week’s Helper City Council meeting, Keisha Way submitted a letter that was read into the record. This letter was written to the council on behalf of Ashley Hardy, who contacted Way on the success of the graffiti wall located in Helper. One of Way’s sons took the graffiti wall on as a community project, cleaning up a ...

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Penticton Arts Council showcases 100 clay cats in art exhibit – Okanagan

Penticton artist Bobi McMillan has a passion for cats; she’s so passionate that she made 100 clay cats and created the Crazy Cats and Curiosity Art Exhibit.“There are a lot of crazy cats — they’re hand-built and made out of clay, some are glazed and some are painted and they all go through Bobi’s salon for cosmetic touchups,” said McMillan.The cat-tastic exhibition is temporarily ...

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Latest News in Black Art: Pamela Council Now Repped by Denny Dimin Gallery, Kehinde Wiley Designed an Amex Card, $28.4 Million in NEH Grants Announced

  Latest News in Black Art features news updates and developments in the world of art and related culture   A month after Pamela Council’s first solo exhibition opens at Denny Dimin Gallery in September, the artist is installing a massive fountain in Times Square. Council is holding a model of the public art work. | Photo by Alex Webster for Times Square Arts ...

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Artist Pamela Council Is Building a Joyous, Camp ‘Fountain for Survivors’ in Times Square

Artist Pamela Council is building their largest ever “Fountains for Black Joy” sculpture in New York City’s Times Square. The monumental structure will measure 18 feet tall and be enclosed within a grotto-like carapace covered in close to 400,000 colorful acrylic finger nails, a key material in the artist’s practice for the last 13 years. “Fountains have this way of working in culture as meeting ...

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The week in art news – deputy leader of Westminster Council resigns over Marble Arch Mound fiasco

The deputy leader of Westminster City Council, Melvyn Caplan, has resigned, as it emerges that the Conservative councillor’s project to build a 25-metre-high artificial hill in central London had almost doubled in cost. Total costs for the Marble Arch Mound, designed by Rotterdam-based architects MVRDV, now stand at £6m – up from an original forecast of £3.3m. It has been a bumpy start for ...

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Nevada City Council considers art displays

Nevada City is mulling new policies about art installations. Amy Wolfson, city planner, said at Wednesday’s council meeting that the city has provisions for signage on the sides of buildings. However, it has no provisions to prohibit murals. “It’s been made clear to me, there is a widespread belief there is a prohibition against such as murals on the sides of buildings,” said Wolfson. ...

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Reading council sets process for public short-term art | Berks Regional News

READING., Pa. — Reading City Council voted Monday night to adopt an ordinance to amend the city code by adding a process for the city to consider short-term public art projects.The purpose of the ordinance is to enliven neighborhoods and create outcomes such as safety, livability, walkability, health and economic development in city neighborhoods.The issue was first brought up in June by Councilwoman Donna ...

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