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Rodin wins Rebel Midwest Modified Tour stop at MCS

MILLER — With 31 drivers on hand Lucas Rodin of Marion, N.D., recorded a victory in the 2022 Rebel Midwest Modified Tour on Saturday at Miller Central Speedway. It was third tour win for Rodin, who moved to within six points of Cody Lee of Starbuck, Minn., for the top spot in the tour’s standings entering the final points night of the tour on Sunday at Casino Speedway in Watertown.
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Ukiah mayor Brown, council member Rodin to help select new police chief

After all but one member of the Ukiah City Council expressed a keen interest in helping select the new chief of the Ukiah Police Department, Mayor Jim Brown and Council member Mari Rodin were chosen to serve on an ad-hoc committee that will assist City Manager Sage Sangiacomo in the replacement of recently fired UPD Chief Noble Waidelich.
UKIAH, CA
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Clark Art Presents Lecture for 'Rodin in the United States'

WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — On Saturday, June 18, in conjunction with the opening of its newest exhibition "Rodin in the United States: Confronting the Modern," the Clark Art Institute hosts a lecture by Antoinette Le Normand-Romain, the exhibition curator and former director general of the National Institute of the History of Art in Paris.
WILLIAMSTOWN, MA
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Rodin, Roder, Knutson Clock Personal-Bests to Lead NDSU Men Friday

DES MOINES, Iowa – The North Dakota State men's track & field team continued competition at the Drake Relays and the Kip Janvrin Open on Friday. Jacob Rodin posted an outdoor personal-best in the 800m for the second straight week, running 1:49.06 for third place at Drake. Cody Roder...
FARGO, ND
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Art & Entertainment: Reaching Into the Mind of a Master With “Rodin’s Hands”

On Friday, Feb 4, the Rodin Museum opened its first new installation in three years, focusing on hands crafted by master sculptor Auguste Rodin. Jennifer Thompson, the Gloria and Jack Drosdick curator of both European painting and sculpture and the John G. Johnson collection at the Philadelphia Museum of Art, introduced the new sculptures that comprise Rodin’s Hands and line the central gallery of the museum.
PHILADELPHIA, PA
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Impressionism and juxtaposing mediums: MFA's Monet, Rodin, and Boston

The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, put on a visual feast for the lovers of Impressionist art in the Linde Family Wing for Contemporary Art. Impressionism is an artistic movement developed by a group of French artists during the 19th century in pursuit of spontaneity and immediacy. The exhibition displays the artwork created by two of the most prominent French Impressionist masters, Claude Monet (1840-1926) and Auguste Rodin (1840-1917). The two artists were born two days apart and grew up to be friends and mutual supporters. By juxtaposing Monet’s paintings with Rodin’s sculptures, the exhibition creates an engaging visual dialogue between the two creative minds, inviting the viewer to contrast and compare their distinctive styles despite their selection of different artistic mediums.
BOSTON, MA
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NDSU’s Rodin sets school record in 800m

North Dakota State junior Jacob Rodin broke the school record in the 800m to headline the performances of the Bison men’s Track & Field team Saturday at SDSU’s Jim Emmerich Invitational. Rodin set a new NDSU all-time best of 1:49.00 in the 800m, winning the meet and ranking 11th in the nation this season. He broke the previous indoor school record of 1:49.90 set by Eric Stroh in 2011. Bison sophomore Jackson Tracy took runner-up honors in the 800m, clocking 1:53.66 to cut more than one second off his previous best.
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Rodin Claims 800m School Record

BROOKINGS, S.D. – North Dakota State junior Jacob Rodin broke the school record in the 800m to headline the performances of the Bison men's track & field team Saturday at SDSU's Jim Emmerich Invitational. Rodin set a new NDSU all-time best of 1:49.00 in the 800m, winning the meet...
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‘I Don’t Give a Damn About Monet’—When Rodin Messed with Monet’s Paintings and Lusted for His Daughters

PARIS—At the French capital’s Musée Rodin, a vestige of a decades-long friendship between two of France’s most legendary artists is easy to miss. On the building’s second floor, Belle-Île by Claude Monet is displayed in a small, gilded frame. The painting was one of a series devoted to the rugged shoreline of a small island off the coast of Brittany, where the Impressionist great spent almost three months in the fall of 1886.
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Gripping Gorgons and Rodin plasters at Frieze’s new decorative arts section

Get a shot of weekend inspiration with the best in life, arts and culture. Delivered every Saturday morning. Visitors to Frieze Masters next week may well find themselves trapped in the mesmerising stare of a cold-eyed Medusa, gazing out from an inky black shield. With her iridescent snake-hair, Arnold Böcklin’s 1887 painted plaster is a showstopper rendition of the Gorgon. “It’s so strong it almost gives you the shivers,” says Stuart Lochhead, the London dealer bringing it to the fair (it’s priced at £490,000). “The last time one of these came up, it went to the Musée d’Orsay.”
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