Tag: Hope

Art exhibition at forest centre offers hope for the future | Local News | News

AN annual exhibition that opens next week will showcase the work of local artists who have been inspired by the forests of the Thames Chase Centre.It will open on Thursday, 1 September and will be the sixth event staged by Thames Chase celebrating community art. Thames Chase forests cover 40 square miles encompassing land in Thurrock, Havering, Barking and Dagenham and Brentwood.The exhibited work ...

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ARTru will give hope to Visual Art, Artists

(NAN)The Producer of ARTru Concert and Awards, Otunba Nkang Ini Dan, on Saturday said that the concert would give hope to visual arts and artists in the industry.Nkang, who is also the Assistant Welfare Director, Society of Nigerian Artist (SNA), spoke during the fourth edition of the event in Lagos themed “The New Normal.”He said there was a lot to be achieved in investing ...

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Obama ‘Hope’ Work Sells for $735,000—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 THE KEY TO THE CITY. If the lawyer Frank Gilbert had picked a different line of work, New York City might look very different today. Many other parts of the United States might, too. Gilbert, who campaigned to prevent Manhattan’s Grand Central Terminal from being demolished in the 1960s, and who was involved in crafting many preservation ...

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The Hilariously Random and Downright Goofy Story of the ‘Talisman of Napoleon,’ Whose Owners Hope to Sell It for $250 Million

Curiosities is a column where I comment on the art news of the week, sometimes about stories that were too small or strange to make the cut, sometimes just giving my thoughts on the highs and lows. Here’s what caught my eye this week…   The Case of Napoleon’s Talisman It is a truly, truly immense bit of art news: the auction of an ultra-rare, ...

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Rainbow art across Wolverhampton spins themes of hope and diversity

Kathleeen Fabre with her art installation made of wool at St Peter's Church, WolverhamptonLandmark buildings including the city's main library and St Peter's Collegiate Church, in Lichfield Street, are being draped in neon wool designs as part of the 'Alignment' showcase which is inspired by the British Art Show 9.The project devised by Offsite 9 aims to introduce contemporary art to a wider audience.The ...

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From the publisher: Project Hope brings public art downtown

Our mission at Steamboat Pilot & Today is to connect communities, and we do that in many ways, including informing our audience with relevant news and information, connecting readers to advertisers so we can pay our bills, uniting people via community events or virtual forums and more.And now I’m thrilled to say our Pilot & Today newspaper boxes have become visible platforms to connect ...

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Jammie Holmes on Painting His Hurt and His Hope – ARTnews.com

Mementos in Jammie Holmes’s Dallas studio, in memory of his cousins Dantrell Anderson and Tyrone Anderson. Photo Kathy Tran. Just west of downtown Dallas is the city’s former industrial district, which was until recently one of the few places in town to rent a cheap studio or run an exhibition space. These days, the Dallas Contemporary museum plus several galleries—Conduit, Craighead Green, and Barry ...

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