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Vaughan Brothers Art Work Project in Kiest Park

Photo: Kirby Warnock A memorial plaque for Stevie Ray Vaughan and Jimmie Vaughan, virtuoso guitarist brothers who grew up in Oak Cliff, has been installed in Kiest Park. Dedication of the Vaughan Brothers Art Work Project has been delayed due to Covid-19 restrictions, but the plaque is in place. Vaughan Brothers Plaque “Stevie Ray and Jimmie Vaughan, influential Texas blues musicians, grew up in ...

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“This Is A Work Of Art”: Cuomo Cuts Ribbon On Light-Filled Moynihan Train Hall

Under a soaring vaulted skylight and a massive Art Deco clock, Governor Andrew Cuomo formally unveiled the new Moynihan Train Hall at Penn Station Wednesday with an official—and socially distanced—ribbon-cutting ceremony.“This is a work of art that we don't build anymore. It's too breathtaking and ambitious to ask, 'Can we really do that?' Many doubters said it was too bold and audacious but we ...

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Russian Artist Katerina Belkina Releases Her First Art Book “My Work is My Personal Theatre”

Katerina Belkina - 11 Milliliter per Minute, 2018, Archival Pigment Print, Edition of 3 plus 1 artist's proof, From the series: Zweiraumwohnung Katerina Belkina with her art book “My Work is My Personal Theatre”, November 2020 Katerina Belkina - Coming, 2019, Fairy Tale: The Three Spinners, (Brothers Grimm), Edition of 3 plus 1 artist's proof, From the series: Dream Walkers After fifteen years of ...

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Princess and her baby bump leave work at an art gallery ahead of the Christmas holidays

Looks like Eugenie is nearly Duegenie! Princess and her baby bump leave work at an art gallery ahead of the Christmas holidaysPrincess Eugenie cut an elegant dash wearing a baby blue coat and silver dressShe announced her pregnancy in September and due to give birth in early 2021Eugenie pictured shopping for maternity clothes earlier this month at SeraphineBy Emily Andrews Royal Editor For The ...

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Danny Raskin: A Work of Art

(Facebook/Gallery Restaurant) Gallery Restaurant continues to wow patrons with great food and fair prices. When it originally opened in 1988, it was written about … and lauded … for its striking beauty, ultra-cleanliness and good neighborhood presentations of wholesome food. The Gallery Restaurant … moved years ago from Southfield and located with high appeal today to the Bloomfield Plaza on the southwest corner of ...

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The President of Americans for the Arts Will Take a Leave of Absence Following Allegations of a Toxic Work Environment

Robert Lynch, the influential head of Americans for the Arts (AFTA), is taking a paid leave of absence amid investigations into claims of a toxic work environment under his leadership. Lynch has served as president and chief executive of the nonprofit for the last 35 years and is currently a member of the Biden-Harris transition team. The news, announced today in a statement released ...

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Judge Dismisses $17 M. Lawsuit Against Phillips Involving Stingel Work – ARTnews.com

Earlier this year, a Rudolf Stingel painting set to be auctioned by Phillips never made it to sale. Instead of heading to the block, it became the subject of a lawsuit between Phillips and the work’s consignor. Now, a New York district court judge has dismissed that consignor’s lawsuit. The Stingel painting, which is not further identified in a ruling written by Denise Cote, ...

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Mesa-Gaido profiled by Ruckus art journal, exhibits work in South Carolina

News December 10, 2020 Elizabeth Mesa-Gaido, professor of art at Morehead State University, produces artwork that is informed by global events and personal experience.  She was recently profiled by Ruckus, a Louisville-based, independent journal that highlights art in the Midwest and the South. The Q&A article highlights her artistic journey, what brought her to MSU and some of her artwork.    “I was thrilled to ...

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Review: “Making Art Work,” artistry is entrepreneurship

UMKC professors Andy Heise (left) and Nick Petrella (right) UMKC professors Nick Petrella, a man of many words, and Andy Heise, a man of few, have joined efforts in creating “Making Art Work,” a podcast that explores local artistry and business in Kansas City. A smooth jazz opening signals their clear voices as they introduce their guest for each episode. One thing both men ...

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