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New Classic Nude Art Competition Sponsored By The Christiania Arts Foundation

. March 23, 2008

NEW YORK, NY – Kevin Richards, President & CEO of Christiania Spirits, announced today the launch of the NEW CLASSIC NUDE 2e. Art Competition, the second installment in a series of art competitions sponsored by the Christiania Art Foundation (CAF). As a brand, Christiania Vodka is committed to the world of art, and CAF was […]

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Arts of Pacific Asia Returns to Spring Asia Week

. March 22, 2008

Arts of Pacific Asia New York 2008 at the 69th Regiment Armory, Lexington Ave. at 26th St., is once again a major fixture of Spring Asia Week, with an opening preview Thursday evening March 20th and regular show days, Friday, March 21 through Monday, March 24th. In 2008, Arts of Pacific Asia has been reduced […]

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Art Bridges Gallery Adds Socially-Responsible African-American Artists Online

. March 21, 2008

Los Angeles, CA – Art Bridges Gallery, an on-line gallery of well-known Southern California artists, adds recognized artists Mark Steven Greenfield and Matthew Thomas to its gallery on March 24, 2008, offering an increasing level of diversity and artistic excellence. According to Joan de Bruin, Gallery Director, “This is unique opportunity to view the insightful […]

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Creative & Cultural Skills chair secures 5.5million to get young people dancing

. March 21, 2008

Following the publication of his review into youth dance, Tony Hall, chair of Creative & Cultural Skills (CCSkills) and chief executive of the Royal Opera House, spoke today of his reaction to the resultant £5.5million investment pledged by Government. “My review aims to do one thing” he said. “And this is to get young people […]

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The Art of Korean Potters, Debut of Previously-Unknown Rai Korean Art Collection

The Art of Korean Potters, Debut of Previously-Unknown Rai Korean Art Collection

. March 19, 2008

Tokyo, Japan – KMB Asian Art of Tokyo presents a special exhibition of important Korean ceramics from Koryo to Choson Periods. The selected Korean ceramics are part of the Rai Collection of Japan, which was acquired after the War and was preserved in Tokyo during the past 50 years. None of the item featured in […]

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