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Barbara Amos, “Surface Tension” Exhibition and artist talk, January 20th – February 17th

December 23, 2017 Main Gallery, Upcoming We were happy to find out that Calgary based artist Barbara Amos is planning a visit to Toronto in January. We’ve invited her to show a selection of new paintings and photographs in the gallery. Barbara will also give an artist talk on January 20 at 2 pm. Please join us. Balance is at the intersection of this focus on land, advocacy and change that explores a shifting view of our world. View Barbara’s work here Let's block ads! (Why?)

Another new archaeological discovery in the Boyne Valley has just come to light

The triple ditch barrow with enclosures and barrow surrounding it. Source: Noel Meehan ANOTHER ARCHAEOLOGICAL FIND has been photographed in the Boyne Valley – this time the outline of a possible barrow cemetery and ancient settlement. It has been busy few weeks for the area around Newgrange, with two new potential henges found on the floodplains just a few hundred metres away from the well-known passage tomb, and an entirely new passage tomb uncovered in a long-term excavation near Dowth Hal..

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To list your event, email information by 1 p.m. Monday the week of publication to For a complete list go to Classes “Scratchboard Workshop” - Introductory workshop with Susan Wilson on creating a flower on a piece of the highest quality scratchboard. Explore basic techniques using an X-Acto Knife and other scratchy tools. All materials supplied, $30. Jan. 4, 1-3 p.m.; Jan 27, 10 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Wallkill River School of Art, 232 Ward St., Montgomery. 457-2787. Exhibit openings & receptions “Holiday Show” - Shop miniature paintings, handmade tree ornaments, jewelry, stained glass candle holders, quilted handbags and more created by local artists. Also, works by Chris Hobbs from wearable pins to large, complex works of art. ARTery, 210 Broad St., Milford, Pa. Open through Jan. 8. 570-409-1234. “Annual Members Exhibit” - Features works from all members of Wallkill River School including young proteg..

Arts Benicia opens new exhibit Jan. 27

BENICIA — Arts Benicia will begin its 31st year with “The Art of a Community,” an annual exhibition that showcases the talents of the organization’s artist members. The exhibition opens Jan. 27 and runs through Feb. 25. The opening reception will take place from 6 to 8 p.m. Jan. 27 and will feature work in a variety of media. An Ekphrastic Poetry Reading is planned from 2 to 4 p.m. Feb. 24 in collaboration with Benicia’s First Tuesday Poets. The newly composed “Ekphrastic” poetry will be inspired by the art in the exhibition. Arts Benicia’s membership has grown to nearly 500 individuals and family members. “The Art of a Community” exhibition has become the largest annual exhibition in the gallery with more than 200 artists’ works shown in 2017. Arts Benicia is at 991 Tyler St., No. 114. Gallery hours during exhibitions are from noon to 5 p.m. Wednesday through Sunday. For more information, call 747-0131 or visit RelatedLet's block ads! (Why?)

New exhibits open for Ashland's First Friday art walk

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Art Exhibits

All weekend – “DAVID SHAPIRO: SEER, ACTOR, KNOWER, DOER” – Ends Feb. 2; Fort Wayne Museum of Art, 311 E. Main St.; hours and admission fees, 422-6467 or Reduced admission of $3 with EBT card and valid photo identification. All weekend – “DECATUR SCULPTURE TOUR” – Features 27 original sculptures created by 25 artists in downtown Decatur; ends in April. All weekend – “GEOFFREY HILLER: DAYBREAK IN MAYANMAR” – Ends Feb. 18; Indiana Tech, Franco D'Agostino Art Gallery, 1600 E. Washington Blvd.; hours, 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday, 7:30 a.m. to noon Saturday and 4 to 6 p.m. Sunday. All weekend – “GRAVITY & GRACE” – Features work of photojournalist Jenni Weber Vorderman and artwork of Kenyan artist Godfrey Sabila; Jeffrey R. Krull Gallery, Allen County Public Library, 900 Library Plaza; ends Jan. 7. All weekend – HOLIDAY POP ART GALLERY – Ends Saturday; The Art Farm, 17612 N. County Line Road E; hours, noon to 6 p.m. Wednesday through Sunday. Also, fiber artist L..

2017 – THE YEAR IN REVIEW: Senior Writer Rich Harbert takes a look back...

Multimedia journalist Rich Harbert looks back at 2017 from his beat's point of view. First in his class Greyson Pimentel became an instant celebrity in January when the checked in as Plymouth’s first newborn of the year. The little boy from Manomet arrived with relatively little fuss and no competition on Jan. 3, weighing in at 8 pounds exactly. “Gary, Make the Call” Plymouth North sophomore Emmie Kelly became an overnight sensation in January as well with a song aimed at getting Superintendent of Schools Gary Maestas to call a snow day and cancel classes. Kelly wrote the “Gary, Make the Call,” while procrastinating over homework and recorded it while playing a ukulele. She posted the results on her twitter feed. Through thin ice Two local police officers needed rescuing after falling through thin ice while trying to save a fisherman who also fell in a pond in Manomet. The drama unfolded off Clearwater Drive after a 67-year-old man fell through ice while fishing with a friend. All..

Dunedin Fine Art Center balances small and big exhibits this winter

DUNEDIN – The Miniature Art Society of Florida will be invading Dunedin soon. According to Ken Hannon, vice president and chief operating officer at Dunedin Fine Art Center, it always seems like an invasion when the society annual competition opens for exhibit at the facility. This year’s annual exhibition will open Sunday, Jan. 14, and will continue through Sunday, Feb. 4, at the Dunedin Fine Art Center, 1143 Michigan Blvd., Dunedin. “Though the works are tiny, the crowds are huge,” said George Ann Bissett, president of DFAC. “There’s obviously something magical about these small works.” Approximately 700 works of art will be shown, including the society’s permanent collection of more than 100 miniatures. Entries from around the world and across the country provide a wonderful diversity of subject matter and framing techniques. In addition to the works on display, starting Monday, Jan. 15 through the end of the show, artists from England, Canada and many U.S. states including Florida ..

'Naples in Veils' ('Napoli velata'): Film Review

Giovanni Mezzogiorno stars in director Ferzan Ozpetek’s mystery-shrouded thriller about lost love and memory. A gluttonous feast of Neapolitan art and culture, Ferzan Ozpetek’s new thriller Naples in Veils (Napoli velata) celebrates the oft-maligned Italian city as an ancient source of mystery, whose Baroque palaces and streets are the moody backdrop to a morbid story of lost love and repressed memories. Co-produced by Warner Bros. Entertainment Italia, the film has benefited from wide domestic holiday release and should have little trouble tapping into cultivated Italophile audiences abroad. The sensual photography, music and locations are so entrancing, in fact, they help the viewer to overlook the weak storyline, which prefers psychological ambiguity to solid police work. Star Giovanna Mezzogiorno (Facing Windows) is subdued in the role of a medical examiner who finds the people she loves violently snatched away from her, and when she falls for a guy who comes on to her at a party, ..

Turkey's exclusion from EU enlargement 'unacceptable'

Turkey cannot be excluded from the enlargement process of the EU, Deputy EU Minister Ali Şahin said on Tuesday. "Lately, we see that the EU discriminates between the candidate countries and it places stress on mostly Western Balkans. "It is unacceptable to exclude Turkey from this enlargement process. It should not be forgotten that Turkey is a candidate country," Sahin said during a reception at the Erimtan Archeology and Arts Museum in the capital Ankara. Sahin said a "constructive approach" on Turkey-EU relations will contribute not only to the region's stability but also the world. "Taking positive steps regarding this enlargement process is also essential for EU's image. If not, the EU may not continue to be a soft power," he added. Sahin said Ankara expects "concrete and constructive" steps from Bulgaria -- which currently holds the presidency of the EU Council -- for Turkey's candidacy. He added a summit between Turkey and the EU should be held during Bulgaria&#03..

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