Monthly Archives: December 2013

HMLT, a Tale of Blood, Sweat, and Murder, to Play the Producers Club, 1/18

Zemwerk presents HMLT, a dark comedy co-written by award-winning playwright/actor/director Stella Maria Perry and director/writer/actor/designer Oisin McGillion Hughes. This full-length play, based loosely on Shakespeare’s Hamlet and Dark Lady Sonnets, as well as on the works of Argentine writer Jorge … Continue reading

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Meet the woman who turns artificial limbs into works of art

Sophie de Oliveira Barata’s studio is located in an undistinguished building near Harlesden in north London, but inside it looks like a workshop from the futuristic classic Blade Runner, only with good lighting. Spread around its artistically white space is … Continue reading

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A bad boy who made it big

Hamilton Spectator Some said it was a hoax. Others, in a mean-spirited way, called it funny. That was how many Canadians reacted to abstract art in the 1950s. Article source: http://www.thespec.com/whatson-story/4290736-a-bad-boy-who-made-it-big/

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Liebovitz to Colville: NS art in 2014

The new year is looking like a good one for art in Nova Scotia. After lobbying to get realism better representation in the province’s public art galleries, Nova Scotia’s realist painters mark the opening of Capture 2014: Nova Scotian Realism … Continue reading

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At 60, Oliver Mtukudzi Still ‘Giving Life To The People’ With Music

Copyright © 2013 NPR. For personal, noncommercial use only. See Terms of Use. For other uses, prior permission required. CELESTE HEADLEE, HOST: I’m Celeste Headlee and this is TELL ME MORE from NPR News. Michel Martin is away. We continue … Continue reading

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When ‘life support’ is really ‘death support’

(CNN) — Two young females, both brain dead without warning, remain on ventilators while their devastated families challenge the judgments of their hospitals. In one situation, the family believes a miracle is possible, and wants to prolong the patient’s biological … Continue reading

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Fort Lauderdale Museum exhibits on Cobra, Vishniac deserve a visit

Many art enthusiasts are unfamiliar with the Cobra art movement, and understandably so. It lasted only a brief moment in Europe after World War II, from 1948 to 1951, and was formed by a group of artists from cities whose … Continue reading

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Eagle-based painter to show works in Vail

If you go … What: James Van Fossan one-man show. Where: Alpen Art Antiks, 242 East Meadow Drive, Vail. When: Saturday, 5-8 p.m. For more information: Email Vail@AlpenArtAndAntiques.com or call 970-476-3570. Article source: http://www.vaildaily.com/entertainment/9333130-113/art-fossan-van-vail

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Inner lives and talking women

Calcutta finally got the chance this month to see two productions in English that had earned national exposure some time ago. Our very own Padatik had inaugurated the Delhi Ibsen Festival last year with the classic The Master Builder, but … Continue reading

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Shifting pattern of colour and light

For the most part during my afternoon with Jaye Ouellette, we viewed her artwork of the ocean, and waves, and naturally of colour. Using her camera to accentuate light and movement, she captures an image, which then becomes her inspiration. … Continue reading

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