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Theater company Sleeveless Acts wanted to perform an original show, where people from the neighborhood would tell stories about the neighborhood.        ... [Read More]
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Serena Williams is carrying on the rich tradition of braiding that began in Namibia and has been a signature style for the tennis great since... [Read More]
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China Satomi Pirrone creates calligraphy at the National Gallery of Art. Pirrone will be present at the Animals in the Japanese Art at the National... [Read More]
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Sommelier Aaron Beavers talks to Andi all about four different types of sake. To taste the sake yourself, there will be a sake tasting this... [Read More]
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Rodd Chin and a few dancers show us a modernized performance of the traditional Japanese dance, taiko. Check out Chin and more at the Life... [Read More]
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Sherri Williams, manager of community programs at the National Gallery of Art provides a preview of their new exhibit, The Life of Animals in Japanese... [Read More]
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ArtPrize has announced the projects for this year's Project 1. Project 1 is the new biennial exhibition by ArtPrize that will take place in years... [Read More]
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The first solo art exhibition by Iqbal Bahar Chy entitled Grits and Grains is underway at La Galerie of Alliance Franaise de Dhaka in the... [Read More]
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Farmington High School sophomore Yana Tsyvis dedicated a work of art to the town's probate court. [Read More]
and funny - roles are essential to a sketch show's success. [Read More]
A grant from the Genesee Health Plan will help one Flint hospital double the impact it has on cancer patients. [Read More]
The art of nursing is discussed throughout nursing literature but research on the topic is lacking. The purpose of this research was to reveal experiences... [Read More]
Technology translation can be achieved through the blending of the sciences and arts in the form of digital imagery. Digital animation and video can be... [Read More]
Parody: The Art That Plays with Art explodes the near-universal belief that parody is a copycat genre or that it consists of a collection of... [Read More]
Excerpt: In late October 1465 the Florentine patricin Giannozzo Pandolfini died, leaving behind a wife and five learned sons... [Read More]
In Manhattan Federal Court, there's a trial taking place that has highlighted just how murky the business of art authentication has become.  After suddenly closing... [Read More]
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The North Carolina Center for the Advancement of Teaching invited Rockingham County High School's student artists to exhibit their work from mid-May through Sept. 30... [Read More]
A retrospective of her art looks at the Pandora's box television unleashed and how we continue to reckon with the effects of an unrelenting, 24/7... [Read More]
Survivors of stroke have opportunities to creatively express themselves while also healing with free art therapy classes in the Red Stick. [Read More]
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