#Art Museum

Man Injured In Construction Accident At Cadiz Farmers Market Site

A worker at the Cadiz Farmer’s Market construction site in downtown Cadiz was flown to a Nashville hospital after the frame of the structure collapsed Saturday morning. Emergency personnel say the man, believed to be around 35 years old, was working on the structure when it collapsed before 8 am, trapping him underneath the debris. After he was dug out from beneath the lumber, he was taken by ambulance to Trigg County Hospital and later transferred to Skyline Medical Center in Nashville.
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15 Free Things to Do in Allentown, PA

Situated in Lehigh County, Pennsylvania, Allentown is a beautiful city with a lot to offer. No matter your interests, this city has an array of attractions that will surely please everyone in the family, from sports fans to history buffs and kids!. There are captivating galleries and monuments you must...
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15 Best Things to Do in Haverhill, MA

Haverhill, located in Essex County, Massachusetts, is a vibrant city rich with history and plenty of activities for tourists. Known as the “Queen Slipper City,” Haverhill had a vast top-notch shoe industry for over a century. Haverhill is an excellent location to learn about history or relax and...
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15 Free Things to Do in Concord, NC

Concord is a charming city located in the heart of Cabarrus County, which won the All-American City Award in 2004. German and Scots-Irish immigrants initially set up Concord around 1750. It is now part of the Charlotte metropolitan area's northeast region, experiencing fast growth. The name Concord was chosen following...

A Roundup of Holiday Events & Art Markets Across Texas

Throughout December, Texas art organizations and independent artists are hosting an array of family-friendly events to celebrate the season. From breakfast with Santa to holiday markets, there is plenty to do. If we missed anything in the list below, please feel free to include it in the comments. Antidote Coffee...

James Lee Hansen defines the look of Northwest sculpture

On a recent rainy Tuesday afternoon in Battle Ground, Washington, sculptor James Lee Hansen is headed out to his workshop. At age 97, he doesn’t make the trip as often as he used to. But as he walks around the sculptures scattered throughout the massive building, he’s pleased. “I like the way they’re getting patinas,” he says. “I haven’t seen them for a while.” He smiles as he runs his hand across the aged surface of a bronze sculpture. “People think I do it, but it’s time that’s doing it. I started it, but time is finishing it.”

December at Carnegie Museums

On Thursday, December 8, join The Andy Warhol Museum for a night of drag, music, and creativity. Drag & Draw is a three-hour educational event and figure drawing class for ages 18+ focusing on Andy Warhol’s inspiration and involvement in drag culture. Bring on the Heat. Escape the cold...
Kirkus Reviews

McGlothlin Brings Art Into Young Characters Lives

Kristin McGlothlin has vivid memories of being a young teen, filled with a sense of purpose and possibility. “When I was the same age as my characters, 13, I remember sitting in my backyard in a chair,” she says, and “characters started coming into my head.” It wasn’t until years later that she brought some of those long-ago characters to life in her Sourland Mountain series.

Winter Wonder Day at Lyman Allyn Art Museum

New London ― Lyman Allyn Art Museum in New London was busy Saturday during Winter Wonder Day on Free First Saturday. While visiting the museum people were able visit the galleries, participate in crafts and activities and visit with Santa. Admission is free all day on the first Saturday...

Miracle on Main offers holiday art pop up shops, live performances

Shoppers at Sylvania’s two-day Miracle on Main Festival were greeted by a variety of wares inside its Mistletoe Market, including goods made by Barbie Sterling. “I think it's phenomenally important,” Ms. Sterling said of shopping local. “I grew up here, but I left for about 20 years and when I came back I was so impressed with what they have done with this community. Among her offerings were canvases with photographs of animals and animal photos on prints for wall decorations. She said canvases of goats were her most popular item. Vendors in the Mistletoe Market on Saturday offered a wide range of products for shoppers. Rilla’s Rings and Things sold rings, earrings, and gemstone necklaces.

The 2022 LACMA Holiday Gift Guide

Looking for holiday gifts for all the art and design lovers in your life? The LACMA Store has you covered with a thoughtfully curated selection gifts, from art books and exhibition catalogues to clothing and accessories to limited edition works of art and presents for all ages. The 2022 Gift...

The Works:Liechtenstein Princely Collections, Adia Millett visualizing music from jazz greats & in t

Hong Kong Palace Museum is staging an exhibition featuring some of the finest art works collected over centuries by the princes of one of Europe's smallest states, the principality of Liechtenstein that lies between Switzerland and Austria. “Odysseys of Art: Masterpieces Collected by the Princes of Liechtenstein” showcases over 120 paintings, prints, tapestries, sculptures, and decorative art objects selected from over 30,000 works in the Princely Collections.

Three Ways to Explore Environmental Justice Through Art this Week

Three different District art museums—the Hirshhorn, the Kreeger, and the Freer Gallery of Art—currently have exhibitions or events focused on environmental justice and the climate crisis, bringing environmental issues to life in a way that science and data rarely can. “John Akomfrah: Purple” at the Hirshhorn Museum.

The Africa We Ought To Know; U.S. Museums Reconsidering The Continent

When the Fine Art Museums of San Francisco hired Natasha Becker in late 2020 to become the institutions’ inaugural curator of African art, her addition was not only historic for the museums, it proved groundbreaking for the entire field. While Becker, a South African, was steeped in African history and historic African artforms and culture, her specialty was contemporary African art.