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Annecy: Didier Brunner on ‘Pachamama,’ Being Inspired by Indigenous Art, the Andes

ANNECY, France —  20 years ago, this Dec. 19, with “Kirikou and the Sorceress,” director Michel Ocelot and producer Didier Brunner brought the flag down on the modern age of movie animation in Europe. Sold by SC Films, “Pachamama,” to … Continue reading

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Portraits of celebs down to a fine art

Nhlakanipho Mkhize’s ability to capture the emotions of well-known people from photographs has already helped him nab renowned DJ Black Coffee as a customer. “It was one of the highlights of my career after he bought the portrait for R10000,” … Continue reading

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Assignment: Education – Holmen art pieces delivered to Haiti – News8000.com

HOLMEN, Wis. – This past winter, four art students from Holmen High School volunteered their time to create portraits of children from Haiti. The Haitian children faced violence, extreme poverty and neglect. Holmen High School art teacher Mrs. Michels, along with … Continue reading

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VB ViBE Artist Bob Petersen to Debut Large-Scale Local Environmental Photography

Dramatic mirror image reflections of local seascapes and larger-than-life, vibrant color peonies and cone flowers will be the focus of work Virginia Beach photographer Bob Petersen will debut at the Boardwalk Art Show next week. This show is his first … Continue reading

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Solo Show Featuring the Art of Melonie Steffes

Interlochen Family Fun Day Enjoy music, free outdoor activities, food, games, Story Walk, jewelry … More Info  Article source: https://www.traverseticker.com/calendar/2018/06/16/opening-artist-reception-solo-show-featuring-the-art-of-melonie-steffes/

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Besser Museum announces Juried Art Exhibition

<!– SHOW ARTICLE –> After allowing local artists a chance to showcase their work through two different non-juried events, Best Foot Forward and Winter Blues, Besser Museum for Northeast Michigan returns as promised to its signature juried competition. The museum … Continue reading

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At Abu Dhabi’s Bait 15, artist in residence takes on whole new meaning

In a residential area of Al Muroor, tucked off Salam Street in Abu Dhabi, is an otherwise unremarkable villa from the 1980s. Last month, a group of artists designed a green neon sign reading, in English and Arabic, “BAIT 15,” … Continue reading

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Mersmann awarded residency at acclaimed gallery

Article source: https://www.ourmidland.com/news/article/Mersmann-awarded-residency-at-acclaimed-gallery-12986277.php

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‘Magic City Realism’ features never-before-exhibited scenes of 1930s Birmingham

“Magic City Realism: Richard Coe’s Birmingham” features 60 never-before-exhibited, Depression-era scenes of Birmingham that Coe etched or painted between 1934 and 1937. But time is running out to see the Birmingham Museum of Art (BMA) exhibition, which will close this Sunday, … Continue reading

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Malcolm Morley, the first artist to win the Turner Prize, has died aged 86

The London-born artist Malcolm Morley, known for his innovations in photorealist and neo-expressionist art, has died aged 86. Xavier Hufkens gallery in Brussels, one of the galleries that represent him, says in a statement: “He defied stylistic characterisation, moving through … Continue reading

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