Politics, Reading, Edwin Edwards, Art of Food | 08/17/18 | Louisiana: The State We’re In

JUST POWER, BUILDING A BETTER BATH TO BRIGHTER JOBS AND HELPING TO PREPARE THE NEXT GENERATION BECAUSE TOGETHER, WE POWER LIFE. ADDITIONAL SUPPORT PROVIDED BY THE FRED B AND RUTH ZIEGLER ART MUSEUM IN CITY HALL IT. FOCUSES ON EMERGING LOUISIANA ARTISTS AND IS A HISTORICAL CULTURAL CENTER FOR SOUTHWEST LOUISIANA. AND FOR EXCELLENCE IN […]

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Secrets of the Wallace: The Swing by Jean-Honoré Fragonard (1767)

Secrets of the Wallace: The Swing by Jean-Honoré Fragonard (1767)

Hello I’m Chistobel and I’m Niamh and today we are going to be discussing decadence, agency and ambiguity in Jean-Honoré Fragonard’s best known painting, The Swing. Here to give us some insider knowledge is Curatorial Assistant Carmen Holdsworth-Delgado. Could you give us some information about how The Swing came into being? A poet’s accounts has […]

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Art Trip: Marfa | The Art Assignment | PBS Digital Studios

Art Trip: Marfa | The Art Assignment | PBS Digital Studios

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Dennis Lloyd – Leftovers | A COLORS SHOW

Dennis Lloyd – Leftovers | A COLORS SHOW

Take away my eyes Take away my ears Take it all away from me Take away my arms Take away my knees You can blame it all on me Take away my heart Take away my soul Take it all away from me Take away my dreams Take away my goals You can blame it […]

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Vincent Scully: Architecture and the Power of Language

Vincent Scully: Architecture and the Power of Language

Good afternoon everyone Jock Reynolds here yet again wanting to welcome all of you to the third of the great new John Walsh lectures and again I want to extend my thanks to many of you in the audience who are amongst the 224 donors who’ve established this remarkable lecture and education funded John’s honor […]

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ABS: Sculpture Garden Touch Tour — Woodson Art Museum

ABS: Sculpture Garden Touch Tour — Woodson Art Museum

We are very fortunate at our museum that we have a sculpture garden and being in north-central wisconsin our weather is severe in the winter time and working with our curators we’ve come to the conclusion that we can access our sculpture garden by touch with visitors without the use of gloves. i approached are […]

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The Memory Project

The Memory Project

I’d heard about The Memory Project before, and it was a project that really appealed to me because of the nature of individualized art made by our kids to give to other kids halfway around the world. The 60 photographs we received were of children from a place called Cap Tiburon on the southwestern coast […]

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Alexander Noelle: “Bertoldo di Giovanni: Ingenious Sculptor of Renaissance Florence”

Alexander Noelle: “Bertoldo di Giovanni: Ingenious Sculptor of Renaissance Florence”

(people mumbling) – Good evening, ladies and gentlemen. I’m Xavier Solomon, Peter Jay Sharp Chief Curator here at The Frick. Welcome to the first of a series of lectures on our exhibition, Bertoldo di Giovanni, which is downstairs in our galleries. This is our first exhibition that reunites all the movable, known oeuvre of a […]

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AFN Daegu – Pacific Update – Fine Arts Exhibition

AFN Daegu – Pacific Update – Fine Arts Exhibition

Photos, paintings and elaborate crafts line the walls of the Evergreen Club conference room. Camp Walker Child and Youth Services held it’s annual digital and fine arts exhibit showcasing work from it’s school-age kids. It gives kids an outlet in which to express themselves, show their creativity, to feel accomplished. They learn new techniques and […]

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