#Art Galleries

Phoenix, AZPhoenix New Times

Five Free Things to Do in Phoenix This Week

It's great that there are so many events happening around Phoenix, but we sometimes run out of money before we run out of days of the week. If you've got the same problem, here are some free events to keep you entertained. Mixed Media Happy Hour. If you’re having a...
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Edwardsville, ILTelegraph

Work of Art: 5 art experiences in the Metro East

Around the Metro East, there are plenty of public and private art galleries and plenty of chances to take an arts class. It's possible to either go see both new and classic works or to create your own. From the Jacoby Arts Center in Alton to the Edwardsville Arts Center in Edwardsville, Macoupin Arts Collective classes to taking in the student galleries at Lewis & Clark Community College or SIU Edwardsville, these galleries and classes have plenty to offer. Take in some of the beauty available around the area with these five experiences throughout the Metro East.
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Relationship Advicednyuz.com

A Wedding or an Art Installation? A Little of Both.

Kristin Banta is a Los Angeles event planner specializing in weddings, but you might not know this from her recent functions. For one wedding, she designed a gigantic banana peel on the reception floor. In another, she worked with vendors to construct 250 feet of golden nautical rope to serve as a centerpiece. She had a flock of 5,000 paper cranes made for a third.

Using Artefacts in the Classroom

In our digital age, places were real objects can be seen are more popular than ever. Viewing and handling objects can enhance the learning experience like nothing else. Often our learners find abstract concepts difficult to grasp, especially for younger children. The tactile feel of an object has the power to bring real meaning to a learning experience in a way that few other things can. From artefacts from the past to treasured personal possessions, these can bring extra insights which the written word can struggle to articulate, or that chalk and talk can convey.
Eugene, ORchronicle1909.com

‘A portrait of Cottage Grove’

Uyen Thi “T” Nguyen will be taking her portraits of Cottage Grove people into Eugene and Springfield. If you have visited historic downtown this month, you have no doubt noticed art hanging in local businesses, 10 of them to be exact. This would not be unusual if these shops were all art galleries or gift boutiques. But when fine art portraits start popping up at Rainy Peak Bicycles or Buster’s Bottle Shop, you have to figure something is up.
Visual Artthemoneycloud.com

Blockchain Is Democratising Art for Everyone

Https://thefintechtimes.com/blockchain-is-democratising-art-for-everyone/. The days of the starving artist myth may be over soon, as the figure of the blockchain savvy artist-entrepreneur seems to be emerging in recent months. A host of artists, including well-known singers and performers, are jumping on the blockchain bandwagon thanks to the increasingly popular Non-Fungible Tokens (NFTs).
Santa Fe, NMrockymountainbride.com

Head to Santa Fe, New Mexico for a Weekend of Pure Romance

Santa Fe, New Mexico, with rich history and culture, awaits as the perfect location for a weekend of pure romance and relaxation. Stay at the Rosewood Inn of the Anasazi, grab a bite to eat at The Shed and explore the Historic Churches and the Plaza with your sweetheart during your weekend away. Whether you’re looking for a weekend getaway before your “I do’s,” a mini-moon or anniversary trip, we’ve compiled a list of our favorite places to stay, snacks to enjoy and sights to see in Santa Fe, New Mexico.
Visual Artartsytravels.com

Contemporary art in Madrid: a brief introduction and some favorites

It’s round two in Spain, this time focusing on contemporary art in Madrid. In fact, as incredible as it might sound granted it is still Covid season, I went back to Spain just a couple of weeks after my Barcelona trip, for yet another contemporary art fair, ARCOmadrid. This “monthly trip to Spain” thing is becoming a very pleasing habit, I have to be honest!
Mesa, AZEast Valley Tribune

Downtown Mesa gallery welcomes exhibitors

The OneOhOne Gallery in downtown Mesa is presenting its Summer Sunburn Art Show, owner Suzanne Woodward’s first show in more than a year. “Obviously, it’s been difficult,” said Woodford of the year-long gap created by the pandemic. “We were not able to have artist openings and gatherings like we usually do.”

Can NFTs Truly Impact The Art Market? (Part I)

This article was written by Jack H, Jamie M. and 3ArToken. After a few rounds of blockchain fads, the focus is now brought to NFT, the non-fungible token, a new toy the blockchain world has introduced to the world. If you are not an insider in the crypto world, all...
Brunswick, GAelegantislandliving.net

First Friday in June

Downtown Brunswick was hopping on the First Friday in June. Shops stay open late, there’s live music in the squares, art galleries have exhibits on display, and restaurants are open for guests to grab a bite or a refreshing drink. If you haven’t been downtown lately, you should check it out!
Visual Arthypebeast.com

Jonathan Chapline Presents a Tandem Solo Exhibition at NANZUKA

NANZUKA is currently showing a tandem solo exhibition by New York-based artist, Jonathan Chapline. In “Statuesque” and “Private Domain,” rendering takes on a new meaning, as Chapline takes what is commonly used as a computer term and brings it within the sphere of traditional art making. Peruse the gallery walls...