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John Michael Kohler Arts Center Reopens

John Michael Kohler Arts Center Reopens

The John Michael Kohler Arts Center in Sheboyan, Wis., has reopened to the public with new hours and timed-entry reservations. “COVID-19 has brought many changes to the ways we conduct our daily lives and the ways the Arts Center continues to engage people in rewarding arts experiences,” said Sam Gappmayer, Arts Center director. “The safety […]

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Forum Gallery Reopens with New Exhibition

Forum Gallery Reopens with New Exhibition

Forum Gallery has reopened to the public and presents a new exhibition First Impressions: New Works and New Acquisitions, on view from August 6th through September 26, 2020. First Impressions: New Works and New Acquisitions is an exhibition of fresh paintings and drawings completed in recent months by the gallery’s dedicated and talented artists shown […]

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River Tree Arts Announce “Small Works Fundraiser” Virtual and In-Person Event

River Tree Arts Announce “Small Works Fundraiser” Virtual and In-Person Event

Kennebunk, ME – The event will feature over 60 talented, local artists and over 80 pieces of art. Each piece will sell for $125 and 100% of proceeds will benefit River Tree Arts Non-Profit Community Arts Center in Kennebunk, Maine. There will also be a live stream auction featuring additional pieces from recognized artists. The […]

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440 Gallery Announce Pura Vida Fundraiser Virtual Opening

440 Gallery announce Pura Vida, a cross-platform exhibition by artists Karen Gibbons, Fred Bendheim, Sara Edkins and Gail Flanery. The exhibition of 40+ paintings, drawings and collages may be seen in person at 280 Nevins Street Studio and also virtually on the 440 Gallery website. The artists have generously agreed to donate 100% of the […]

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Michener Art Museum Brings Art to the Streets

Michener Art Museum Brings Art to the Streets

As people are spending more time outside, the Michener Art Museum is delighted to “paint” Doylestown with reproductions of its artwork strategically placed throughout the town for a free outdoor exhibition, entitled Paint Dtown. This project, funded through the generosity of Art Bridges and fully supported by the Borough of Doylestown, was imagined to delight […]

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Save The Murals at Industry City Brooklyn New York Petition

Save The Murals at Industry City Brooklyn New York Petition

Hi Friends: I need your help. Two of my recent murals, “Evolution” (2019), located at Industry City, Brooklyn, NY are in danger of being destroyed by Industry City. The murals are much loved by the community, and are important creations for me. Innumerable hours and effort went into their creation. Their destruction would be a […]

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Christie’s First Online Asian Art Week

Christie’s First Online Asian Art Week

Christie’s first-ever Asian Art Week Online totaled $8,952,625, establishing the highest total achieved for Asian art online-only sales with global participation from 22 countries. The top lot of the week was an important painting by Tyeb Mehta (1925-2009), one of his earliest explorations of the Falling Figure, which realized $975,000, achieving the highest price for […]

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