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An Ice Cream Museum Is Coming To Texas This Month And It’s The Sweetest Thing You’ll Do All Summer

If you have any semblance of a sweet tooth, there’s an event coming to Texas this month with your name written all over it. An interactive art installation dedicated to ice cream, Museum of Ice Cream, will grace Austin with its presence starting August 21, featuring 12 different exhibits and all the treats your heart […] The post An Ice Cream Museum Is Coming To Texas This Month And It’s The Sweetest Thing You’ll Do All Summer appeared first on Only In Your State.
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The Seattle Deconstructed Art Fair returns for a second year

When COVID-19 canceled the Seattle Art Fair last summer, local galleries sprang into action — replacing the Paul Allen-founded, CenturyLink Field Event Center-filling, internationally attended weekend expo with a homegrown, decentralized alternative. The Seattle Deconstructed Art Fair welcomed masked visitors into Northwest galleries for the entire month of August 2020, and felt like a happy revival for an art-starved public.
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New music and arts festival coming to Riverfront Park

CHARLESTON, S.C. (WCBD) – The first ever High Tide Music and Arts Festival is happening September 25 at Riverfront Park. The one-day festival is for guests ages 21 and up. Organizers describe it as “an immersive music and lifestyle experience focused on creating special moments set against a coastal backdrop.”

16 New Public Art Installations in NYC August 2021

With August being one of the prime months for new public art installations, there are lots of places to check out in New York City. Here are 14 of the city’s top new public outdoor art installations for August — and even a few indoors for an escape from the raging heat. Some of the topics explored by these installations include America’s incarceration system, the historical legacy of afro picks, and the need for reducing single-use plastic. Head to Hudson Yards to walk through a fanciful lemon garden, or marvel at the largest stenciled mural in the world on display at the East River Plaza complex. And don’t forget to keep reading to learn more about installations still on display from previous months!

The Helsinki Biennial Offers a Vision for Change in the Baltic Sea

In the deep blue waters of the Baltic Sea, a few kilometers off the coast of Helsinki, Finland lies the island of Vallisaari. Home to a rich and diverse ecosystem, the craggy landmass is currently the setting of the inaugural edition of the Helsinki Biennial. Through September 26, an ambitious program of site-specific installations is interwoven within the lush forests and ruins of the island’s earlier lives for an international art presentation that doubles as a living example of the power of sustainable global tourism.
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Artist's Fantastical Paper Installations Are a 'Love Song' to Earth's Biodiversity

Nature is all about relationships: the interconnected links between the animate and inanimate, and how they harmonize beautifully into an emergent whole that might not be immediately apparent to us humans, as the complexities of the world sometimes escape the grasp of our relatively short-sighted understanding. Perhaps that's why the urgency of the climate crisis and other environmental issues doesn't truly hit home for some; because that important data is presented in a dry, factual way that doesn't stir the deeper parts of our collective soul, in a way that would move us to realize what is being lost.
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French Embassy In Rome Is ‘Spliced Open’ Amid Scaffolding In Clever Illusion

At the French Embassy in Rome, acclaimed street artist JR has seemingly sliced the Palazzo Farnes’s façade open in a flourish of trompe l’oeil to uncover what it used to be. Layers of intricate construction are peeled back to reveal a monochromatic look into the building’s history, which dates back to 1517, more than five centuries ago.
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This is what we loved about DC the most, lots of cool places. Glenstone is DC's area best-hidden gem, tucked away in nearby Potomac, MD. The museum look super futuristic and has lots of cool photo ops for the "Gram! We really enjoyed the beautiful sceneries, art installations (the Split-Rocker by Jeff Koons) and work of arts by Warhol, Pollock, and Basquiat. Admission is free but you have to reserved for a time slot. Would highly recommend it! Music: Jazz Hop Summer by Audio Splice from Adobe Rush Soundtrack ✔ I N S T A G R A M <a href="https://www.instagram.com/patrianasonia">https://www.instagram.com/patrianasonia</a>/ ✔Y O U T U B E <a href="https://www.youtube.com/patrianasonia">https://www.youtube.com/patrianasonia</a>/

Unique Things to Do in Charlottesville, VA: Weekend Getaway Guide

Charlottesville is a picturesque town in central Virginia set in the foothills of the Blue Mountains. There are so many great things to do in Charlottesville, VA between the downtown mall area, the arts and museums and the nearby wineries. While we had always known Charlottesville for being home to the University of Virginia and great wineries, we came to love it for the arts in the area as well. (In fact, the arts, culture and museums in Charlottesville, VA are the main reason we were visiting this time around!)

Language & interpretation

At Market Art + Design Hamptons Art Fair 2021, Burgess Modern + Contemporary presents a curatorial presentation titled: Language & interpretation, which includes artwork by Andy Warhol, Jedd Novatt, Damien Hirst, Tom Wesselmann, Eric Fischl, Retna, and Gabriel Delgado. In Language & interpretation, Burgess Modern + Contemporary academically establishes a...

UK libraries become ‘death positive’ with books and art on dying

Scheme that started in Redbridge to help people talk about difficult subject is rolled out across country. In the middle of Redbridge central library in Ilford, among all the bookshelves and displays, is a phrase that may surprise some visitors: “The death-positive library.”. The sign sits above a collection curated...
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Local artists create crocheted “Love” signs

HARRISONBURG, Va. (WHSV) - If you have walked through downtown Harrisonburg recently, you may have seen crocheted “Love” signs created by local artists. The art all stems from an organization called “Love Across the USA”. It is a public art project that aims to create large, powerful crochet art installations that amplify the voices and visions of women that are changing the world.
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Bank donates $12,000 to theater, other Danbury area highlights

The drive is as part of the Brookfield free Weekly Concert and will be held from 6:30 until 8 p.m. on Friday, Aug. 6. Items collected will benefit local school children. The Town Hall and bandstand are located at 100 Pocono Road. Harding is setting up a table during the...
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Yayoi Kusama Creates ‘Obliteration Room’ To Join Several New Pavilions In Tokyo

A photo of the ‘Obliteration Room’ at Tokyo’s New Nation Art Gallery. Image via ID 95175888 © TOrigamiplanemechanic | Dreamstime.com. Despite the threat of the pandemic and various scaling-downs and cancelations that Tokyo 2020 has faced thus far, the city is still pressing on with its art installations in celebration of the National Stadium, designed by Kengo Kuma, and the summer’s events. A series of nine pavilions have sprung up around the stadium, created by celebrated artists and architects.
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Portlandia Mermaid Festival makes a huge splash

PORTLAND, Ore. (KOIN) — Portland just got a little ‘fishier’ and a lot weirder. Hundreds of locals dawned in shells and tails traveled to Tom McCall Waterfront Park on Saturday in an attempt to ‘seas’ the day at the Portlandia Mermaid Festival. Presented by the Portlandia Mermaid Parade in partnership...

Up Here festival is ready for liftoff this summer

After more than a year spent on the ground during the COVID-19 pandemic, Up Here is back and ready for liftoff. This advertisement has not loaded yet, but your article continues below. Article content. The 7th annual Up Here festival presented by Downtown Sudbury is back this summer, reimagined and...