Tag: Spring

Photos: 68th Beaux Arts Spring Art Fair | News

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Back to Basics: Spring Into Art returns to arts center | News

Back to Basics: Spring Into Art returns to arts center | News | valdostadailytimes.com We recognize you are attempting to access this website from a country belonging to the European Economic Area (EEA) including the EU which enforces the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and therefore access cannot be granted at this time. For any issues, call 229-244-1880. Source link

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Some Stanford art venues announce upcoming reopening plans for spring | News

"Woven Chronicle," a mixed-media installation by Reena Saini Kallat, is featured in the Cantor Arts Center's exhibition "When Home Won't Let You Stay." Photo by Jonathan Muzikar, courtesy the Museum of Modern Art, New York. Shuttered for a year thanks to COVID-19, Stanford University's arts venues will gradually reopen for in-person visitors starting in April, according to a release from Stanford News Service. While ...

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Portola Art Gallery April exhibition welcomes spring | News

"Optimism (20x28", watercolor on paper) is one of the featured artworks in Yvonne Newhouse's April exhibit "Welcome to Spring" at the Portola Art Gallery." Courtesy Portala Art Gallery. Spring is the season of new beginnings, fresh hope and lively colors. For "Welcome to Spring," Yvonne Newhouse's exhibition of watercolor paintings on view at Portola Art Gallery for the month of April, local artist Newhouse ...

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Spring 2021 acquisitions at Cleveland Museum of Art aim for geographic, cultural and racial diversity

CLEVELAND, Ohio — The spring 2021 round of acquisitions announced by the Cleveland Museum of Art reaches for cultural diversity, and geographic and chronological breadth, from Renaissance Italy to Chicago in the 1960s.Highlights include two prints by Barbara Jones-Hogu and one by Wadsworth Jarrell, co-founders of AfriCOBRA (African Commune of Bad Relevant Artists), a Chicago-based collective established in 1969 to forge a distinctly Black ...

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