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MoMA Reveals Sound-Focused 2023 Program for the Studio – ARTnews.com

Alongside paintings and sculptures by postwar masters, visitors to New York’s Museum of Modern Art next year will be able to see—and hear—a range of sound-focused works by a few of today’s most cutting-edge artists, some of which will be on hand to perform live in the galleries. These works will appear at the Marie-Josée and Henry Kravis Studio, a space for experimental performance ...

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NYC artists can paint the city’s garbage trucks through new art program

Attention, artists of New York: the city's Department of Sanitation (DSNY) is looking for folks interested in painting murals on their garbage trucks. Specifically, the Trucks for Art public project will allow artists to work their magic on 46,000-pound collection vehicles, each one offering about 400-square-feet of white canvas across the front, back and sides of each heavy-duty machine. There are a few rules to abide by, based ...

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Comment on public art plan for 2022 Bond Program – Welcome to the City of Fort Worth

Published on August 08, 2022 The Fort Worth Art Commission welcomes residents to comment on the Draft Public Art Plan for the 2022 Bond Program at 6 p.m. Monday, Aug. 15, at the Fort Worth Community Arts Center, 1300 Gendy St. The Art Commission’s final recommended plan will be presented to City Council for adoption this fall. Review the endorsed draft. Fort Worth residents ...

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K11 Group leads “Go Art-Tech Leadership Program 2022” to cultivate artistic creativity in the younger generation by providing free art-tech workshops and guided tours for underprivileged schoolchildren

HONG KONG, July 31, 2022 /PRNewswire/ -- K11 group has always been dedicated to popularising art and advocating the spirit of "creating shared value" to co-create a win-win with society. To provide more opportunities for underprivileged schoolchildren and teenagers to experience art culture and art creation, K11 MUSEA is taking the lead by partnering with Origin Charity Foundation and Hong Kong Multimedia Design Association (HKMMDA) to co-organise "Go Art-Tech Leadership Program 2022", offering free art tours and art-tech workshops to about 600 schoolchildren and teenagers aged 6 ...

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Meta’s ‘Make-A-Scene’ Program Pushes the Boundaries of AI-Generated Art – ARTnews.com

Meta AI published a report last week on its artificial intelligence (AI) text-to-image generation research. The technology, dubbed Make-A-Scene, allows users to draw a freeform digital sketch to accompany a text prompt. The AI then uses the two together to produce an AI-generated image. Meta AI, an AI laboratory owned by Facebook and Instagram’s parent company Meta Platforms responsible, was started as a research laboratory ...

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BDN highlights UMaine’s Zillman Art Museum arts education program – UMaine News

The Bangor Daily News highlighted UMaine’s Zillman Art Museum that has recently received a UMaine arts initiative seed grant. The grant is to be used towards the creation of an arts education program with the Cobscook Institute in Lubec, known for its birding programs. Until recently the museum did not have any “bird-centric art” for the exhibit but a perfectly timed donation of bird ...

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Wine and design: Art of Sparkling program offers internship credit

An educational experience highlighting one of Oregon’s most natural pairings — art and wine — will become even better this fall at Pacific Northwest College of Art.  Artists selected for the Art of Sparkling, a collaboration between PNCA and Argyle Winery in Dundee that offers a $5,000 scholarship, can officially receive internship credit.  Every year, three PNCA artists tour Argyle’s vineyards, winery and tasting ...

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The Irish Government Is Experimenting With a Program to Give Lucky Artists $355 Every Week + Other Stories

Art Industry News is a daily digest of the most consequential developments coming out of the art world and art market. Here’s what you need to know this Wednesday, April 6. NEED-TO-READ PPOW Explores David Wojnarowicz’s First Relationship – A show at PPOW gallery in New York, on view through April 23, explores the artist’s relationship with his first love, Jean Pierre Delage, through letters, ...

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New Public Art Program Launches in Miami with Nina Chanel Abney Mural – ARTnews.com

A new $5 million public art initiative will bring major commissions by world-class contemporary artists to downtown Miami. First up is a monumental mural by Nina Chanel Abney. The work is a joyful mashup of graphic figures, bold color planes, and musical notes that was inspired by Overtown, a historic Black neighborhood in Miami. It spans the length of a passageway under a property ...

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Artistic expressions animate ASU hallways through ‘Action, Advocacy and Art’ program

February 16, 2022 For most of eight decades, the Morrison family owned some of the largest tracts of real estate in Phoenix’s East Valley, totaling more than 3,000 acres.The family’s farms within the boundaries of what is today the town of Gilbert yielded cotton, corn and alfalfa, and its ranch raised cattle and sheep. At one time, the family grazed cattle over more than ...

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