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Welsh Musical Performed at National Eisteddfod

. April 13, 2008

NEARLY 100 young people from across Conwy have been busy preparing to perform the musical called Hedfan (To Fly) at Eisteddfod yr Urdd Sir Conwy. Director Lowri Hughes, 30, said, “The cast is a diligent crowd who travel from across the county to rehearsals, from Betws-y-Coed to Llangwm and from Bylchau to Llandudno.” The local […]

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5 Year Anniversary Show opens at Varnish April 19, 7-10pm

. April 8, 2008

San Francisco, CA – The 5 Year Anniversary Show celebrates 5 years of contemporary fine art at Varnish Fine Art with new works by over 40 returning artists. Combined opening reception and anniversary party takes place Saturday April 19 from 7pm to 10pm. From artist debuts to a literary hoax enacted and revealed and from […]

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Ceramic Arts Studio Collectors Convention

. April 6, 2008

It was a time now known as “the fabulous ‘40s”, and Ceramic Arts Studio of Madison, Wisconsin, was right in the thick of it! In operation from 1940-1955, the Studio was founded by entrepreneur Reuben Sand and potter Lawrence Rabbitt, and originally specialized in hand-thrown pottery. However, with the 1941 arrival of designer Betty Harrington, […]

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Associates debuts in New York at Phillips de Pury & Company

. April 3, 2008

NEW YORK, NY – Phillips de Pury & Company is proud to debut Associates, a non-profit gallery initiative featuring works by cutting-edge contemporary artists. Associates, a non-profit gallery in London’s East End, was a critically acclaimed endeavor begun by artist Ryan Gander and co-directed by Rebecca May Marston. Run from September 2006 — October 2007, […]

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Wexler Gallery to present An Award Winning Group Show – (In)Between

. March 31, 2008

PHILADELPHIA, PA – The Wexler Gallery is proud to present (In)Between; a group show curated by Sienna Freeman, Associate Director of the Wexler Gallery. The exhibition is based loosely on the idea of Vanitas – 16th century Dutch still-life paintings that celebrate life’s pains and pleasures while meditating on their inevitable loss. Featured artists include […]

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