Tag: art

Joberg art fair censors lose bid to ban miner’s strike portrait

Joberg art fair censors lose bid to ban miner’s strike portrait

| October 4, 2013

(GIN)—Solidarity among artists rescued the larger than life painting of a tragic miners’ strike in 2012 where some 44 people were killed and 78 wounded in a murderous onslaught by security guards against workers that horrified the nation. Removed from the walls by the Johannesburg art fair’s organizers, the painting by Ayanda Mabulu was quickly restored […]

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Artists support TRIAAC with ‘Season of Harvest’

Artists support TRIAAC with ‘Season of Harvest’

| October 2, 2013

TRIAAC is inviting the community to celebrate the ingathering of the year’s harvest Oct. 18 at the Botanical Conservatory. There’ll be music, dance, song, appetizers, a cash bar and a silent auction featuring the work of this city’s premier artists.

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Get on ‘TRACK’ to combat child abuse

Get on ‘TRACK’ to combat child abuse

| August 13, 2013

For the past year or so I have been working with others to create the Three Rivers Arts Center for Kids, TRACK, a concept as simple as it is important. The simple part is this: we provide a platform for the best of our natures to contribute, participate and flourish; the best being the part that finds pleasure in helping others.

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Fort Wayne Museum of Art presents Chihuly and The Summer of Glass

Fort Wayne Museum of Art presents Chihuly and The Summer of Glass

| July 5, 2013

The work of studio glass pioneer and legend Dale Chihuly makes a triumphant return to Fort Wayne this summer, the likes of which Fort Wayne hasn’t seen in over a decade. Not since 2002 have the unique glass forms of Chihuly been shown publicly in Fort Wayne, making Chihuly: Secret Garden, the blockbuster exhibition of the year.

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AFROS kicks off spring at FWMoA

AFROS kicks off spring at FWMoA

| May 8, 2013

The Fort Wayne Museum of Art opened the spring exhibition season with a contemporary photography exhibit that documents the rising popularity of natural hair styles, especially the Afro, by Brooklyn photographer and author Michael July.

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