Month: September 2021

Weitzman postdoctoral fellow Matthew Miller appointed to the Philadelphia Art Commission

Matthew Miller, a postdoctoral fellow at the Stuart Weitzman School of Design, will serve on the Philadelphia Art Commission, which is the city’s design review board. Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney appointed Miller to the nine-member Commission, which is part of the Department of City and Regional Planning, in late August. The Board makes decisions on […]

Red Rock Street Fest offers live music, art sales: Street fest ends Arts Festival on Saturday October 9 | Go out and go

The Red Rock Street Fest will return this year on Saturday, October 9 with a block party featuring live music, art vendors, food trucks, a kids’ tent, crafts and a cafe. outside. Street Fest will run from 12 p.m. to 7 p.m. outside of the Moab Arts and Recreation Center. The street festival will close […]

The Recorder – Shelburne Falls Harvest Makers and Art Market will offer locally made goods, fundraiser for humanitarian society

SHELBURNE FALLS – Featuring three new vendors, the second annual Harvest Makers and Art Market held outdoors at The Mill in Shelburne Falls will return on Saturday, October 2 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. The market was first held in 2020 and features the work of resident manufacturers and guest suppliers. Additionally, Saturday will […]

Drogheda Port 2021 Art Commission announces figurative sculptor as winner

The Port of Drogheda has announced that its annual artistic commission for 2021 has been awarded to Drogheda-born figurative sculptor Ms Sallyanne Morgan. Applications from local artists were invited for a work of art from any artistic discipline based on a maritime or port theme. Now based in Bettystown, Sallyanne has spent many years abroad, […]

The 32nd Clatskanie Art Commission Performing Arts Series Continues With Rock Violinist Aaron Meyer and His Five-Piece Group | Local

The Clatskanie Arts Commission continues its 32nd Performing Arts Series with a performance by rock violinist Aaron Meyer and his band at 7:30 p.m. on October 2 at the Birkenfeld Theater of the Clatskanie Cultural Center, 75 S. Nehalem St., Clatskanie . Meyer “performs cutting-edge original music combining contemporary and classical styles of music with […]

Jeffersonville Public Art Commission to Present Scavenger Hunt and Unveil Art Installation | News

JEFFERSONVILLE – A scavenger hunt featuring new sculptures in downtown Jeffersonville is among the upcoming events in the NoCo Arts & Cultural District. On Saturday, the Jeffersonville Public Art Commission will present Jeffrey’s Journey, which features 10 permanent sculptures hidden in downtown Jeffersonville. The mile-long scavenger hunt will run from 1 pm to 3 pm […]

How Streeth is changing the art market

NEW YORK, NEW YORK – MAY 12: People walk past the CryptoPunk (NFT) non-fungible digital art token … [+] displayed on a digital billboard in Times Square on May 12, 2021 in New York City. The image is part of SaveArtSpace’s “Pixelated” public art exhibit that will feature 193 CryptoPunks from Larva Labs on phone […]

An Evolution of Space: The Salida Public Art Commission hosts an open house – by Brooke Gilmore

On September 13, the Salida Public Art Commission hosted a public feedback meeting to gather ideas for the upcoming “Spirit of Salida” project. The project site is the former skate park located at First and G Street. During the meeting, community members were asked to share their likes, dislikes, and conceptual ideas for the project. […]

International Folk Art Market Announces New Executive Director |

Despite the myriad of challenges stemming from the COVID-19 pandemic, including general cancellations in 2020, the International Folk Art Market ended up having a relatively successful event in 2021 spanning several weekends and by implementing security protocols and timed ticketing. And now, in afterglow, the busy arts market has announced that CEO Stuart Ashman, who […]

Deciphering the Da Vinci Code of the Art Market

Authenticating works of art has never been an exact science. A recent notorious case concerns the famous Salvator Mundi. Possibly painted (at least in part) by Leonardo da Vinci, Salvator Mundi broke all previous auction records with its 2017 sale by Christie’s New York for over $ 450 million. The mysterious buyer turned out to […]

House Republicans investigate sale of Hunter Biden art

Republicans on the House Oversight and Reform Committee are investigating “possible undue White House influence” around the upcoming sale of Hunter Biden’s artwork, according to a letter from the committee’s top Republican. The letter, written by Congressman James Comer of Kentucky, asks Georges Bergès, the gallerist negotiating sales of Biden’s paintings, to provide the committee […]

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