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Fraser Leonard Fine Art Gallery Hosts Second Annual “Black Friday 1/2 Price Art Show”

Fraser Leonard Fine Art Gallery Hosts Second Annual “Black Friday 1/2 Price Art Show”

Fraser Leonard Fine Art Gallery – representing “Art for Your Spirit and Your Life” – announces that The Gallery will be hosting its second annual “Black Friday 1/2 Price Art Show”. This special event will be kicked off with Wine & Cheese reception from 5:00 until 7:00 pm on Black Friday, November 24th, and the […]

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One Breath Rising presents Elana Bell at 440 Gallery

One Breath Rising presents Elana Bell at 440 Gallery

Elana Bell is a bridge builder, walking compassionately through this complex world where many things are true at once. Whether through her soul-stirring poetry, her dynamic performances on the stage, or her inspiring talks & workshops, she creates a space where all people’s voices and stories are heard and deeply valued. Elana’s debut collection of […]

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Katie Paterson Exhibition at The Utah Museum of Fine Arts

Katie Paterson Exhibition at The Utah Museum of Fine Arts

The Utah Museum of Fine Arts (UMFA) series of contemporary art from around the globe presents an exhibition that brings 10,000 solar eclipses to Salt Lake City. salt 13: Katie Paterson, on view October 27, 2017 through May 20, 2018, presents recent works from the Scottish artist, whose explorations of space and time often use […]

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Warren Rohrer Exhibition at the Lancaster Museum of Art

Warren Rohrer Exhibition at the Lancaster Museum of Art

This exhibit, the first major overview of Warren Rohrer’s work held in Lancaster County will examine the various stages of his career; including works from his early days of drawing to his fully realized abstract artistic language based on the fields of Lancaster County where he lived. Rohrer, who was one of the premier twentieth […]

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440 Gallery 13th Annual Small Works Show

440 Gallery 13th Annual Small Works Show

440 Gallery announces the Call for Entries for the 13th Annual Small Works Show 2017. This national, juried exhibition celebrates the innovation of artists who create work on a small scale, in a broad range of media and styles. The exhibition will be on display in the 440 Gallery, Park Slope, Brooklyn. Work must be […]

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Park Slope Windsor Terrace Artists Open Studio Tour

Park Slope Windsor Terrace Artists Open Studio Tour

More than thirty artists will be opening their homes and studios and inviting the public in to have a look. This collective of visual artists has been opening their doors annually and this tour has become a great neighborhood tradition. The tour brings people from all over the metropolitan area to discover the artists’ skill […]

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THE BMA LAUNCHES THE NECESSITY OF TOMORROW(S) CONVERSATION SERIES THIS FALL WITH MARK BRADFORD

THE BMA LAUNCHES THE NECESSITY OF TOMORROW(S) CONVERSATION SERIES THIS FALL WITH MARK BRADFORD

BALTIMORE, MD — On Saturday, November 11, The Baltimore Museum of Art (BMA) is launching a series of free creative conversations and social events that brings together nationally recognized artists, writers, and thought-leaders to consider key ideas at the intersection of art, race, and social justice—and imagining the futures we want. The Necessity of Tomorrow(s) […]

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Overture: The Art of Steve French at the San Jose Institute of Contemporary Art

Overture: The Art of Steve French at the San Jose Institute of Contemporary Art

Steve French (1934-2014) was a noted visual artist, scholar, teacher and tenacious advocate for the arts in San Jose until his death in 2014. He influenced generations of artists who studied with him at San Jose State and often benefitted from his mentoring well after the conclusion of their formal studies. The exhibition will run […]

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Jose Guadalupe Posada and the Mexican Penny Press: Prints from the Collection of David J. Sellers

Jose Guadalupe Posada and the Mexican Penny Press: Prints from the Collection of David J. Sellers

José Guadalupe Posada (1852–1913) was one of Mexico’s most influential printmakers and illustrators. He produced an extensive body of imagery, from illustrations for children’s games to sensationalistic news stories that appeared in a variety of inexpensive penny press publications marketed to the country’s growing middle and working-class. Posada is best known for his popular and […]

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