Temple College professor is the “voice of passion” behind the Central Texas Art Competition

TEMPLE, Texas – There is a unique opportunity to see the innovative and inspiring work of young local artists from across the Central Texas area at Temple College. The 42nd annual Central Texas Art Competition and Exhibition is taking place at the Temple College Visual Arts Gallery through December 2, …

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Latest Black Art News: Estate of Thornton Dial & Kevin Beasley Join New Galleries, Julie Mehretu & Kehinde Wiley Collaborate with American Express, Smithsonian Launches Searchable Museum & More

The latest news in Black Art presents updates and developments in the world of art and related culture THORNTON DIAL, “History Refused to Die,” 2004 (okra stems and roots, clothes, collage designs, pewter, wire, steel, masonite, steel chain, enamel and spray paint, 102 x 87 x 23 inches ). | …

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We need to expand access to capital and credit in underserved communities

The COVID-19 pandemic has generated a public health and economic crisis that has exposed racial disparities here in New Mexico. Our state’s underserved communities are struggling. Poverty disproportionately affects about a third of African Americans and Native Americans living in poverty, compared to less than a fifth of whites and …

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The first American furniture, silver, flags and more excellent at Freeman’s

PHILADELPHIA – Freeman’s November 10 American Furniture, Folk and Decorative Art Auction featured competitive auctions on U.S. national flags, rare silver, early American furniture, and paintings from the XIXth century. The sale reached an impressive $ 1.64 million with an 80% sell rate and a total of 330 registered bidders. …

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The late grand gendarme | Apollo Review

Extract from the December 2021 issue of Apollo. Preview and subscribe here. What do we mean by “late” gendarme? It is simpler to speak of the late Turner, an artist who developed rapidly and lived to a very advanced age. With Constable, the situation is not so clear. First, due …

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Who and where is Chinese tennis star Peng Shuai?

A simple question has gripped the sports world and caught the attention of the White House, the United Nations and others: Where is Peng Shuai? The Chinese tennis star has disappeared from public view for weeks this month after accusing a top Chinese leader of sexual assault, sparking a worldwide …

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Marie Severin’s prototype Marvel stamps up for auction today

| Here is something you don’t see every day. Great Married Severin drew various prototype Marvel character stamps in 1964, and the 36-piece set was divided by a collector. At the moment, at Heritage auctions, 5 of these designs are currently the subject of calls for tenders. The five characters …

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Inside the art-filled home of NMC Healthcare CEO Michael Davis

Multicolored x-ray portraits of a skull wearing a crown. A child in a skullcap lost on a tune that we can only guess. An update Jacqueline with flowers – wearing an adidas tracksuit and a gold Rolex – of which Picasso would be proud. Michael Davis’ Villa Jumeirah art collection …

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Original Gerber Baby turns 95

(ABC4) – Oh baby! The Original Gerber Baby turns 95 today. Ann Turner Cook, retired English teacher and novelist, is the woman behind the iconic baby face who has been Gerber’s mascot since 1928. Gerber sent her greetings on her Facebook page. Gerber initially ran a New Face contest to …

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California Essential Week Review: Goodbye Staples, Hello Crypto

Hello and welcome to the Essential California newsletter. He is Saturday 20 November. Bulletin The stories that shape California Stay up to date with our Essential California newsletter, sent six days a week. Enter e-mail address Sign me up You may occasionally receive promotional content from the Los Angeles Times. …

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