Monthly Archives: September 2017

Rebel Impressionists

By Shelby Nalepa With their newest exhibit, Pensacola Museum of Art (PMoA) is paying homage to women Impressionists who rebelled against the conventions of their day by exhibiting alongside men, receiving awards and clearing a path for future artists. “Rebels … Continue reading

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Weekend celebration at Clark Art Institute homors contemporary artist Helen Frankenthaler

Williamstown, Massachusetts—In celebration of the life and work of contemporary artist Helen Frankenthaler, the Clark Art Institute plans a weekend of special events, including musical performances and public lectures, on Saturday, September 23 and Sunday, September 24. The events coincide … Continue reading

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Exhibition “No. 5″ by five artists

VietNamNet Bridge – In September, with the coming of autumn to Hanoi, the exhibition “No. 5” by five talented artists is held at the Hanoi Cultural Exchange Center, 50 Dao Duy Tu Street, Hanoi until September 21. The exhibition presents … Continue reading

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Art notes (for the week of 09.21.17)

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100-Year-Old Petrified Uniformities Of The Modern Art World vs. The Moral Grandeur Of Majestic Impressionism

The biggest art movement in history is going on now in Chicago, across the nation, and throughout Europe. But their paintings were not found at last weekend’s Art Expo, nor in the Modern Wing of the Art Institute, nor at … Continue reading

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In a collapsed Mexico school, a community digs for signs of life

Chat with us in Facebook Messenger. Find out what’s happening in the world as it unfolds. Article source: http://www.cnn.com/2017/09/20/world/enrique-rebsamen-school-mexico-earthquake-trnd/index.html

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Ball is still life for Tony Dela Cruz as Alaska vet eyes coaching after ending 17-year PBA career

ANTIPOLO – One of the early Filipino-Americans who have made a name in the PBA, before settling down as a vital locker-room guy has finally called it a career. Tony dela Cruz has decided to hang up his sneakers after … Continue reading

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More in this still life exhibit than fruit

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Australian artist finds fresh inspiration in Colorado light

Expressionist landscape artist Danielle Hatherley with one of her paintings on display at Westward Gallery. “Everything is part of the one” BERKELEY — “In life, we have moments that we try and grasp but are gone like that.” With a … Continue reading

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Walk the Artwalk, Attend Art Festival, Touch a truck

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