Monthly Archives: April 2018

Wayne Art Center presents the 2018 Plein Air Festival

Artist Elise Phillips paints at Chanticleer during the 2017 Plein Air Festival.

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Exhibition Portable Landscapes

RIGA – An international contemporary art exhibition of Latvian exile and émigré artists Portable Landscapes dedicated to the centennial of the Republic of Latvia organized by the Latvian Centre of Contemporary Art will be on view at the main building of … Continue reading

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All that jazz

With cross-genre collaborations at its peak, jazz tends to generate a way of thought which reflects the society we live in. On the occasion of International Jazz Day, we take note of the major swings and blues of jazz in … Continue reading

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Start Your Own Hawai’i Art Collection at a Rare Sale of Local Pieces

This benefit for the Friends of the Hawai‘i State Art Museum promises unique treasures at reasonable prices. Photo: Erin Paris   A special sale of rarely available Hawai‘i art happens May 4 and 5 to benefit the Friends of the Hawai‘i … Continue reading

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Thirsty for NXNW? In need of Umlauf art? Tuesday has the event for you – Austin American

North by Northwest’s Garrison Brothers Dinner 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. May 1. $125. NXNW Stonelake, 10010 N. Capital of Texas Hwy. garrisonbrothersdinner.splashthat.com/. It doesn’t get much better than this dinner for beer and bourbon lovers: NXNW is hosting a five-course … Continue reading

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NAU art students present culmination of college career in 2018 Spring BFA Show

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Scott Stack Rethinks the Rules of Op Art

Scott Stack, “Ice Three” (2016), oil on canvas, 94 x 69 inches (all images courtesy Chicago Cultural Center) CHICAGO — The roots of modern art go back to the rise of Impressionism and the simultaneous study of the law of … Continue reading

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An Artist Used AI to Generate Nude Portraits And The Results Are Completely Horrifying

A recent high school graduate has used AI to generate nude portraits, and the results are so disturbing. By combining a collection of nude portraits and a methodology called Progressive Growing of GANs, Robbie Barrat (aka @DrBeef_) attempted to train … Continue reading

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Willie Nelson at 85: A Visit With the King of Night Life

“What else we got?” Willie Nelson asks. He’s sitting with his famous battered guitar Trigger at his recording studio, located on the Cut ‘N Putt golf course he owns in Spicewood, Texas. He’s deep into a session of Frank Sinatra covers … Continue reading

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Art Scene returns Friday evening; organizers are willing the sun to shine

<!– –> After what feels like months of rain, Franklin Art Scene returns on Friday, May 4 to will the sun to shine and kick-off the summer season. More than 20 sites will participate in the Downtown Franklin Art Crawl, which … Continue reading

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