‘Arts In The Schools Month’ Led By March Forward Initiatives Celebrate…

Arts Ed NJ, the New Jersey performing arts affiliate for the National Association of State High School Associations (NFHS) has launched a series of initiatives and events to highlight arts education… (PRWeb March 04, 2022) Read the full story at https://www.prweb.com/releases/2022/3/prweb18535821.htm Press Release Distribution Service

CA-99 Digital Piano Wins the 2021 Product Excellence Award from Music…

Joining a long list of award-winning Kawai instruments, the CA-99 digital piano has won the 2021 Product Excellence Award from Music Inc Magazine. (PRWeb March 04, 2022) Read the full story at https://www.prweb.com/releases/ca_99_digital_piano_wins_the_2021_product_excellence_award_from_music_inc_magazine/prweb18536024.htm Press Release Distribution Service

Sierra College Theatre Arts Department Presents Agatha Christie’s…

Sierra College Theatre Arts Department announces its spring production of Murder on the Orient Express directed by Scott Adams. Members of the community are invited to attend one of the nine… (PRWeb March 04, 2022) Read the full story at https://www.prweb.com/releases/sierra_college_theatre_arts_department_presents_agatha_christies_murder_on_the_orient_express_adapted_by_ken_ludwig/prweb18537147.htm Press Release Distribution Service

Final Call for Entries for The Henry Ford’s Innovation Nation Teacher…

The Henry Ford is once again recognizing America’s most innovative educators with the eighth annual The Henry Ford’s Innovation Nation Teacher Innovator Awards presented by Raytheon Technologies. (PRWeb February 23, 2022) Read the full story at https://www.prweb.com/releases/final_call_for_entries_for_the_henry_fords_innovation_nation_teacher_innovator_awards_presented_by_raytheon_technologies/prweb18512997.htm Press Release Distribution Service

Award-Winning Pastelist Linda Gross Brown Closes 2021 With New…

Linda closes 2021 after multiple successful exhibitions showcasing the “Footsteps” series of paintings, winning a First Place in Pastels Award as well as a Juror’s Choice Award, and… (PRWeb February 15, 2022) Read the full story at https://www.prweb.com/releases/award_winning_pastelist_linda_gross_brown_closes_2021_with_new_paintings_awards_and_exhibitions/prweb18498029.htm Press Release Distribution Service

Traveling Exhibit Honoring Emmett Till, the Child Whose Murder Brought…

Parents can only imagine the nightmares that Emmett Till’s mother faced when he was kidnapped, tortured and killed. So horrific was the crime and the damage to his body that his mother wanted the… (PRWeb February 10, 2022) Read the full story at https://www.prweb.com/releases/traveling_exhibit_honoring_emmett_till_the_child_whose_murder_brought_awareness_to_widespread_racism_and_cruelty_will_open_at_the_children_s_museum_of_indianapolis/prweb18490402.htm Press Release Distribution Service

The Politicization and Artistic Downfall Of Valery Gergiev

The idea was that Gergiev could somehow retract his blatant politicization of music and adopt a purist guise when he walked onstage. In fact, if he had appeared at Carnegie during the invasion, it would have been a Putinist triumph: hard power and soft power operating in tandem. – The New Yorker Continue reading: Click here Press Release…

Collector Beth Rudin DeWoody on Curating Her 10,000+ Piece Art Collection

Portrait of Beth Rudin DeWoody. Photo by Firooz Zahedi. Courtesy of The Bunker. Installation view, “Resistance” at The Bunker, West Palm Beach. Photo by Sandra Hale Schulman. Beth Rudin DeWoody strides into her private art space, The Bunker, in West Palm Beach, Florida, looking like a work of art herself. An embroidered jacket, a patterned…

Innovation Is Fine. But Wisdom Crates Longterm Success

Fairly or unfairly, many tech companies with disproportionately young employees and leaders have gone from a shining example of how entrepreneurial capitalism can improve our lives to something that seems unhealthy and even sinister over the past several years. – The Atlantic Continue reading: Click here Press Release Distribution Service

5 Artists on Our Radar This March

“Artists on Our Radar” is a monthly series produced by the Artsy team. Utilizing our art expertise and access to Artsy data, we highlight five artists who have our attention. To make our selections, we’ve determined which artists made an impact this past month through new gallery representation, exhibitions, auctions, art fairs, or fresh works…

Eddie Arroyo’s Stirring Paintings of Protest Start with Community

June 13th, 2020, Uhuru Konsyan Honoring Arthur McDuffie, 2020. Eddie ArroyoSpinello Projects With one fist raised in the air, the man featured in Eddie Arroyo’s June 13th, 2020, Uhuru Konsyan Honoring Arthur McDuffie (2020) holds a microphone up to his mouth with his other hand. Behind him, an American flag flown upside down flaps in…

Tennessee Is Fighting A Culture War Over What Books Students Can Read

“It looks like the entire curriculum is developed to normalize sexuality, normalize nudity and normalize vulgar language,” said Mike Cochran, a school board member. “I think we need to re-look at the entire curriculum.” – The New York Times Continue reading: Click here Press Release Distribution Service

Hong Kong’s M+ makes A Play For Global Attention

A decade ago, the international art world derided Hong Kong as a “cultural desert.” The opening of the multibillion-dollar M+ museum epitomizes the city’s ambition to shake off stereotypes by creating “Asia’s first global museum of contemporary visual culture.” – ARTnews Continue reading: Click here Press Release Distribution Service

Market Brief: Flora Yukhnovich’s Lush Abstractions Have Inspired an Astronomical Year at Auction

I’ll Have What She’s Having, 2020. Flora YukhnovichParafin The latest This past October, Flora Yukhnovich’s lush, Fragonard-like painting of abstracted cherubs and figures, I’ll Have What She’s Having (2020), set a new auction record for the London-based artist, fetching an astounding £2.5 million ($3.1 million) at a Sotheby’s evening sale in London. That result, which…

Why Artists Are Turning to Tondo Paintings

Cercle Blorange, 2015. Manuel MeridaEspace Meyer Zafra Psalm: Domino Confido, 2009. Damien HirstTate Ward Auctions Whether it’s early-aughts fashion, mid-century furniture, or vinyl albums, trends have a way of circling back. One of the latest forms making a comeback in the art world is the tondo. Taking its name from the Italian word rotondo, or…

Now Venice Is Drowning In Billboards

The giant billboards now or until recently plastered across the churches for products ranging from OPPO smartphones to Recarlo jewellery – signal that these companies are financing the restoration of the fragile facades. – Apollo Continue reading: Click here Press Release Distribution Service

Capital Hilton Celebrates the Holiday Season and Gives Back to the DC…

Giving back and celebrating the reason for the season at Capital Hilton (PRWeb November 11, 2021) Read the full story at https://www.prweb.com/releases/capital_hilton_celebrates_the_holiday_season_and_gives_back_to_the_dc_community/prweb18327077.htm Press Release Distribution Service

Cuneiform Inc. Announces Partnership with Rockhill Studios

Together they will present the short film Blood On The Risers on their Web3 streaming platform using NFT ticket sales over the Ethereum Blockchain. (PRWeb November 11, 2021) Read the full story at https://www.prweb.com/releases/cuneiform_inc_announces_partnership_with_rockhill_studios/prweb18327902.htm Press Release Distribution Service

The Boujee Brunch Adds a Live Performance to its Sunday Series by…

Grammy Award-winning recording artist, Chrisette Michelle will perform two shows at The Boujee Brunch hosted by Kedar Massenburg, Rayford Jackson, and Chuck Bennett at Imaginate Restaurant on November… (PRWeb November 11, 2021) Read the full story at https://www.prweb.com/releases/the_boujee_brunch_adds_a_live_performance_to_its_sunday_series_by_grammy_award_winning_artist_chrisette_michelle_on_november_28th/prweb18328506.htm Press Release Distribution Service

The Original True-Crime Dramas Were In Elizabethan Theatres

“More than four centuries ago a series of plays closely based on real murder cases appeared on the London stage. Their literary quality is variable – they tend to melodrama and moralising, indeed to misogyny – but some are written with real skill and bite.” – London Review of Books Continue reading: Click here Press…

David Graeber Was A Startlingly Smart Anthropologist. He Died Just After Completing His Magnum Opus

“Since one cannot know a radically better world is not possible, are we not betraying everyone by insisting on continuing to justify and reproduce the mess we have today?” – New York Magazine Continue reading: Click here Press Release Distribution Service

Oxford’s Bodleian Library Was A Wreck Before The Eponymous Bodley Fixed It Up

“In 1598, … Sir Thomas Bodley, a retired diplomat and Oxford alumnus, offered to restore the dilapidated university library, entirely at his own cost. … (It) had stood vacant for several decades, its books removed during the upheavals of the Reformation, its furniture sold off.” – Literary Hub Continue reading: Click here Press Release Distribution…

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