Every season is museum season here in Massachusetts. There's nothing like packing sandwich lunches, corralling the whole family into the car and heading out for a whole day of learning and exploration. But maybe you've already done a lot of your "typical" museum trips. You've seen the stunning work of...
Over 120 Artists and Exhibitors are coming back to Crozet Park for the 41st Annual Crozet Fall Arts and Crafts Festival! Recognized as one of the region’s leading fine arts and craft shows, the Crozet Arts & Craft Festival will be held rain or shine Saturday and Sunday, October 9th and 10th from 10 am to 5:30 pm on Saturday and 10 am to 5:00 pm on Sunday.
This year’s crop of young outstanding talent has been nurtured at the Tabakalera’s various areas, including the post-graduate film school Elías Querejeta Zine Eskola (EQZE) and the Ikusmira Berriak Residency Program. Marina Palacio (San Sebastian) The San Sebastian native is a Fine Arts graduate whose short film “Ya no Duermo”...
NEWTOWN BOROUGH >> Market Day, the Newtown Historic Association’s annual colonial craft and art fair, will unfold on Saturday, October 2 on the streets around the Half Moon Inn at 105 Centre Avenue (Court Street and Centre Avenue), Newtown. For more than four decades the Newtown Historic Association has celebrated...
When the College of Fine Arts and Production’s Technical Director and Master Electrician, Carolyn “Carrie” Hurst, isn’t using her talents to help bring theatre sets to life, she is chipping away at completing her very own tiny house. As a professional with a background in both scenic and lighting design,...
Naperville residents enjoyed the sights, sounds, and flavors of Hispanic culture at the city’s first annual Hispanic Heritage Festival Saturday. Hosted by the Naperville Sister Cities Commission, the festival’s main event included live music from a variety of artists, and a Mexican market with cultural art, food, and drinks. Hispanic...
CROZET, VA Over 120 Artists and Exhibitors are coming back to Crozet Park for the 41st Annual Crozet Fall Arts and Crafts Festival! Recognized as one of the region’s leading fine arts and craft shows, the Crozet Arts & Craft Festival will be held rain or shine Saturday and Sunday, October 9th and 10th from 10 am to 5:30 pm on Saturday and 10 am to 5:00 pm on Sunday. Safety is a priority for this socially-distanced, outdoor event. The Festival will implement COVID safety protocols, such as social distancing markers and additional hand sanitizing stations. The outdoor festival grounds and parking areas at Crozet Park allow for artists and patrons plenty of room for social distancing. Artists: Top artists from across the country vied to be a part of the 41st bi-annual Crozet Art & Craft Festival on Columbus Day/Indigenous People’s Day weekend. From a large pool of creative candidates, a panel of talented and professional artist jurors chose the best in each arts category. Many new artists will join the seasoned and returning favorites of the past. This year’s exhibitors will bring to Crozet an array of stunning jewelry, trendsetting apparel and leather, magnificent artwork, photography and exceptionally crafted glass, ceramics, sculpture, and more. Festival guests will find something for almost every taste and pocketbook, ranging from affordable gift giving to heirloom investments. Music: The festival’s fine arts and crafts will be complemented by a variety of types and styles of popular local musicians playing throughout the days. On Saturday we welcome Driftwood Radio, The Skyline Country Cloggers, Wicked Olde, and The Sweet Potatoes. Performing on Sunday are Victoria Lee, Orta Vez, and Jackson Cunningham. Food & Beer: An appetizing selection of Food Trucks will be complemented by beer from Starr-Hill Brewery and Three Roads Brewing Company and wine from Stinson Vineyards and Kings Family Vineyards. Kids’ Area: The children’s area includes beloved musical guests Kim and Jimbo Cary, crafts with The Hive, balloon animals, and more! Crozet Park treats exhibitors and guests to a most relaxing, accessible setting. Located just off the Route 64 bypass, take exit #107 west of Charlottesville by 20 minutes, Crozet Park is a beautiful, community-owned non-profit park that is the beneficiary of these Art Festival Events. Volunteering for Crozet Park Art & Craft Festival is easy and fun with sign ups at: https://www.signupgenius.com/go/70a0e48a4af2ea75-crozet12 Tickets are $7 and children under 12 are free. Our event is pet-friendly! Everyone is encouraged to purchase their ticket online this year ahead of time to help with Covid safety. Tickets are available at: https://buytickets.at/crozetartsandcraftsfestival Parking is free. For more information please visit https://www.crozetfestival.com/ Ewa Harr is the current director of the event.
Curator Lauren R. O'Connell and artist Estephania González at the Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art's "Forever Becoming: Young Phoenix Artists" exhibit. It used to be the case that young artists from the Valley would hone their craft — maybe get a degree in fine arts here — and then leave. They'd go to New York or Los Angeles, or maybe even the Bay Area.
Join Arlington ISD on Sept. 27 for the 39th annual Dean Corey Marching Extravaganza!. All six of Arlington ISD’s phenomenal high school marching bands (Arlington, Bowie, Lamar, Martin, Sam Houston and Seguin) will take the field and perform from 7-8:30 p.m. at Cravens Field. Each band will perform the shows...
DAYTON, Ohio (WKEF) -- A funeral service for Kaylee Nicole Dabe is being held Tuesday, Sept. 21, 2021. According to an obituary, the 25-year-old Dabe had a love of arts and was just starting her career as an art teacher at the Montgomery Preparatory Academy on Smithville Rd. She died on Sept. 13, 2021 at the Greene Memorial Hospital from COVID-19. Dabe was a graduate of Xenia High School and received her Bachelor Degree in Fine Arts from Wright State University. The Montgomery Preparatory Academy said the school will be closed Tuesday in observance of her funeral. Her services will be held Tuesday at the Valley View Memorial Gardens. More information about the services can be found at the link here.
NEW YORK, NY.- Bruce Silverstein is presenting M.C. Escher: Prints, Drawings, Watercolors and Textiles, an exhibition curated by Dr. David Steel, curator of the blockbuster exhibition The Worlds of M. C. Escher: Nature, Science, and Imagination at the North Carolina Museum of Art. Escher’s math-inspired, mind-bending, and multidimensional “impossible constructions” bridge the boundaries between art and science. His artwork was a precursor to OpArt, and more broadly, an artistic phenomenon that has seeped into the consciousness of contemporary culture.
Art in The Square has risen to be a nationally ranked fine arts event. This year Art In The Square celebrates 21 years. *Artist booths close at 9:00 pm. Admission is free; Food and some activities for purchase. Fun for children of all ages. THE ZONE. SPONSORED BY EVO ENTERTAINMENT.
1. Paul Gauguin, “Te tiare farani”, (“The Flowers of France”), 1891. From 1900, the eldest of the Morozov brothers, Mikhaïl, fell in love with Paul Gauguin the Tahitian, he bought that year from the merchant Ambroise Vollard,. Te vaa. (. La Pirogue. ) from 1896, then in 1901. Tarari maruru.
Sherry Case Maurer is the recipient of the 2021 Harley Award for Outstanding Community Art Support. This is an annual award bestowed during the Riverssance Festival of Fine Art that was presented at a 5:30PM reception on Saturday, September 18, in Lindsay Park, Davenport. The event is organized by Quad City Arts and the reception is sponsored by Medix Dental.