Few and far art

Art and Music Everywhere – Singer Suzzonn

The first article today is the interview with singer Suzzonn – Art and Music Prevalent Everywhere – Singer Suzzonn. Here the singer talks about his early days in music and various other things close to his heart, including the fact that music is universal and not limited to particular regions. …

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How to Host a Wedding Reception the Right Way – The Art of Talking

Embed code: YouTube Wade Paterson A little over a year ago, I started a YouTube channel and started creating video content to help people become more impactful communicators. Some of my videos have less than 10 views, others a few hundred views, but my most watched video to date (just …

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Art students at Lycée Galion benefit from new experiences

Galion High School art students, left to right, Caleb Martin, Julia Aumend, Hudson Miller, Andy Sparks, Brooke Kelly and Ashley Dyer pose with the finished mural on a snow slide from the Ohio Department of Transportation, as part of the “Paint the Tillage” ODOT program. Schools of the city of …

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Junji Ito rings in the New Year with twisted new art

Junji Ito’s work as a manga artist has produced some of the scariest stories published in the fiction world, with the mangaka featuring terrifying creatures and storylines that have caused many nightmares over the decades. Now, to help celebrate the New Year and celebrate “the year of the tiger” according …

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The National Museum of Wildlife Art acquires its first painting by Thomas Moran

The National Museum of Wildlife Art (NMWA) has announced the addition of a major oil painting by Thomas Moran to the museum’s permanent collection. While NMWA has exhibited pieces by Moran in the past, these pieces were all on loan. Generously donated by Trustee Emeritus Lynn Friess, the Eternal snows …

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Courtenay Finn appointed Chief Curator of Orange County Museum of Art

The Orange County Museum of Art (OCMA) yesterday revealed Courtenay Finn’s appointment as chief curator. Finn will assume her new role in March, departing from the Museum of Contemporary Art in Cleveland, where she has been curator since 2018. At OCMA, she will lead the curatorial department and oversee the …

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Pete’s Place: part art museum, part house of horrors … and enter at your own risk

A man from Manawatū who lives every day like his Halloween welcomes you to his home … at your own risk. His place – a former warehouse that he himself renovated – is an exclusive sanctuary for like-minded people, including the underground creative scene of Palmerston North. It was a …

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Tim Tessalone and Art Bartner are not alike. They also have a lot in common – Annenberg Media

Tim Tessalone and Art Bartner are not alike. About 15 minutes before a USC football game kicks off, Tessalone, longtime USC sports news director until his retirement on New Years Day 2022, is locked up. A pen is tucked between her right ear and her temple; a folded note card …

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Free art park in Clifton NJ appeals to families

CLIFTON – Many residents who visit the town’s municipal complex are aware of part of its history: that its charming buildings were converted from the barns and outbuildings of an American animal quarantine station that once occupied the site . But few know the history of the sculptures that make …

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Here’s where local art goes from here: Leaders talk about lessons they’ll take in 2022 | Arts and theater

Steve Noll, director / producer, Bartell Theater We all needed to laugh. In September 2021, I reopened the Bartell Theater after 18 months of darkness. The play was the comedy “Clue”, based on the film. Not great art or anything insightful about a pandemic. But it was 90 minutes of …

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