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Dubz Against The World 2 (#DATW2) Art Exhibition is back! April 6-8 at SOMArts...

What’s up Warrior fans! I wanted to share an amazing art exhibit called Dubz Against the World 2 going down April 6-8, 2018 at SOMArts Cultural Center! It features 50 worldwide and Bay Area artists showcasing their creative talents. I’m also honored to announce I will be one of the participants of this show! When Art Meets BasketballConscious Basketball teamed up with Kitzy Studios to bring over 300 pieces from across the at SOMArts Cultural Centerfor #DubzAgainstTheWorld exhibit Posted by Golden State Warriors on Thursday, April 27, 2017Vid..

Art show to feature LGBTQ youth

By Laura Bulkin Love is the keyword for a juried art exhibition of LGBTQ+ Youth Art. The show, which will open in April at the Taos Center for the Arts, is now accepting entries. Artists may submit work up until 5 p.m. March 5, to be considered for the April show. The jurors are seeking works of art that express the artist’s feelings about “loving yourself, loving others, identity, diversity, and the LGBTQ+ community as a whole.” TCA Executive Director Deborah McLean said, “The inspiration came from the Gender Sexuality Alliance Group at Taos High. The group expressed an interest in doing an exhibition, and Irene Loy (DreamTree Project’s Outreach Coordinator) followed through by planting the seed with the TCA. The TCA was thrilled with the idea, and the timing was perfect. The TCA is now working closely with the GSA in mentoring students in all aspects of planning and implementing an exhibition, including determining a theme, writing the call for entry, marketing, jurying the art, cura..

Ninth National Art Exhibition dedicated to nine legendary Pakistani artists commences at PNCA

As many as 556 paintings and 140 sculptures and installations by 384 artists from all over the country were put on display to attract a huge number of art lovers and promote arts and culture through this national platform (SHOULDER) Islamabad – The Minister of State for Information, Broadcasting and National Heritage Marriyam Aurangzeb inaugurated the Ninth National Art Exhibition at the Pakistan National Council of the Arts (PNCA) on Tuesday. The ninth grand art show is dedicated to the nine legendary artists of Pakistan including Ahmed Khan, Bashir Ahmad, Colin David (Late), Hajra Mansur, Ijaz ul Hassan, Mansur Rahi, Iqbal Geofrey, Saeed Akhtar and Zulqarnain Haider. As many as 556 paintings and 140 sculptures and installations by 384 artists from all over the country were put on display that attracted a huge number of art lovers. These works were selected from the regional exhibitions that PNCA organised during the last several months. The themes of the regional exhibitions were qui..

Big Pencils Art Exhibition in Framlingham's FAYAP Centre offers talented contemporary artists a chance...

PUBLISHED: 10:22 23 December 2017 | UPDATED: 11:13 23 December 2017 Andrew Hirst The Big Pencils 'People and Places' exhition is being held between Christmas and New Year at the Fayap centre in Framlingham. L-R Spadge Hopkins, Eddie Shotton, Fiona Howard, Hattie Hopkins. Picture: SARAH LUCY BROWN A Suffolk youth and arts centre has been converted into a “white space” gallery offering young contemporary artists a chance to exhibit in a professional environment – with monitoring from more established names.Spadge Hopkins with his work. Picture: SARAH LUCY BROWN The Big Pencils Art Exhibition returns to the FAYAP Youth and Arts Centre in Framlingham from Wednesday-Friday. FAYAP project manager and artist Spadge Hopkins said: “We decided to repeat the experience of our successful exhibition from this time last year. It will give young, highly talented artists the opportunity to exhibit in a professional environment, and work with and be mentored by more experienced and establis..

Art exhibit at Swaraj Bhavan concludes successfully

The art lovers of the city took a walk through of the artists’ perspectives in a two-day art exhibition. The Finext National Exhibition of Mini Art Work 2017 concluded with a lot of fervor here on Sunday at Swaraj Art Gallery, Swaraj Bhavan. A group of 90 artists from across the country had come together to showcase their creative art work. There were artists from Uttar Pradesh, Tripura, Karnataka, Madhya Pradesh, Chandigarh, Andhra Pradesh, Maharashtra, Assam, Goa, Haryana, West Bengal, Tamil Nadu and New Delhi. The exhibition was organised by an NGO Yashvini Education and Social Welfare Organisation. The artists had displayed their best of creations at Swaraj Art Gallery leaving the spectators mesmerized. The exhibition was all about contemporary and modern art on canvas, in form of mini art work which is a unique art work in itself. There were a lot of colour variations at the national exhibition giving an insight into the artists’ perspectives and thoughts. The Mini art wor..

Portfolio Gallery exhibit features 200 works from African-American artists

Darnell Malone, “Colorvision No. 4,” mixed media For The Telegraph Darnell Malone, “Stacked Up and They are Still Outweighed,” mixed media For The Telegraph “Mrs. Robinson,” watercolor by Dean Mitchell For The Telegraph Ed Johnetta Miller, “Cuban Dancer,” mixed media For The Telegraph Kenneth Calvert, “Faces of Eve,” acrylic For The Telegraph “Marcus (uplift race),” acrylic by Raymond Thomas For The Telegraph Robert Ketchens, “Music is a Painting You Can Hear,” acrylic and photos on canvas For The Telegraph “Thank You Note to God,” pencil by William Perry For The Telegraph Robert Ketchens, “SEE ME., SEE ME, SEE ME!” acrylic For The Telegraph Robert Ketchens, “World Bank, Don’t Leave Home Without It,” acrylic on canvas For The Telegraph If you go: What: All Colors, a visual arts invitational and juried exhibition When: Opens Saturday; free-and-open-to-the-public opening reception, 7 p.m. Where: St. Louis Artists’ Guild, 12 N. Jackson Ave., Clayton, Missouri Info: Reg..

2018 Miniature Art Exhibition for EL Valle Artists Association

Photo of painting titled “Three Pears”, by Janet Weaver. The EL Valle Artists Association will hold their annual Miniature Art Exhibit at the Country Bank, located at 597 E. State RT. 89A, Cottonwood. The exhibit will continue through Thursday, January 25, 2 p.m. The bank’s hours of operation are Monday tghrough Thursday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. and 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Friday. The miniature art show has become a tradition for EL Valle Artists, having organized the exhibit for over ten years. No painting is over 12” x 12”, with the frame included in the dimensions. Miniatures are delight in many ways! For artists, it is a chance to capture many visions quickly on smaller canvases. They are a delight for the collector when wall space becomes scarce. A miniature can also be a delight for the beginning collector or collector on a budget. Then again, a miniature can be any style from incredibly detailed to very abstract. The Country Bank has graciously agreed to host the Miniature Art Exhibitio..

EIGHT x EIGHT Exhibit Showcases KPU Students' Artwork

From Dec. 8 to 28, eight of Kwantlen Polytechnic University’s Fine Arts students and graduates hosted an exhibition entitled EIGHT x EIGHT which featured their artwork chosen through an independent jury process. Students and alumni sent their work to three KPU Fine Arts professors, who chose which pieces should be exhibited at the Glam Gallery throughout the month of December, based on various criteria such as quality and balanced representation. The initiative was spearheaded by Kenneth Yuen, a Fine Arts student currently in his fourth year at KPU. Yuen, who is also the president of the KPU Fine Arts Collective, feels that “there is an under-recognition of KPU’s Fine Arts Department in the local community.” In the past, KPU students have had exhibitions in spaces such as the Newton Cultural Centre and the Surrey Art Gallery, but according to Yuen, there haven’t been many opportunities to showcase their work in Vancouver, which he calls the “centre” of the Lower Mainland’s art communit..

New exhibits open for Ashland's First Friday art walk

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Jim’s of Lambertville Fine Art Gallery to present exhibition

Ralph J. Bellantoni Correspondent Published 10:41 AM EST Nov 9, 2018 For the past 15 years, Jim's of Lambertville Fine Art Gallery has reigned among the foremost resources for aficionados of paintings by Edward Redfield, Daniel Garber, Fern Coppedge, Kenneth Nanamaker, William Langson Lathrop, Mary Elizabeth Price, and other Pennsylvania Impressionists. Proprietor Jim Alterman's annual "Thrilla in Lambertvilla" event, in which he unveils all his new inventory gathered during the past 12 months, regularly raises a global stir a..

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