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The Art Center gallery is stuffed with knitted scarves and hats, ceramics, jewelry and beautiful hand-crafted ornaments. Students, instructors and members of the Fine Arts Federation have been working all year, honing their techniques and producing...
There is much to see in the Angeles Crest Art Guild's third annual art show at Towns Burr Gallery in Burbank. But the works fit well in the space available. The gallery has added central pillars to accommodate the many paintings, animation...
It is rare to walk into an exhibition loaded with ceramic artwork of the caliber of John W. Hopkins. It is a medium with potential limitations, all of which have been overcome by this consummate artist. Hopkins' work is bright and beautiful, varied in...
When council members voted earlier this month to convene a citizens' commission on the arts, I'm sure I wasn't the only one wondering whether yet another city board or panel — Burbank already has two dozen of them — was really the answer to...
Ballet students attending intensive programs Five students of the Red Chair School of Performing Arts in Burbank will be attending summer ballet intensive programs across the United States. They are Faye Bosco, Elizabeth "Lizzy" Briggs, Rose Filichia,...
Artists asked to join Open Studio Tour Area artists and art organizations are being asked to join in the city of Glendale's sixth annual Open Studio Tour scheduled on July 24. The public will be taking a free self-guided tour of artists' studios and art-...
The art of Francisco Goya is not something to love or hate. It is something to decipher. The Forest Lawn Museum in Glendale presents "The Caprichos Etchings and Aquatints (1799)," 80 of the artist's cutting edge copper plate prints, in a rational, eye-...
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firstname.lastname@example.orgSTANFORD — The Stanford Art and Music Program will continue to build toward its flagship September festival and then battle on without a paid director come October. That was the consensus at a meeting of arts program volunteers and organizers on...
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RedEyeThe sun has set for a return of the Elaine Place giraffes, and now it’s “Night in Tunisia.” A new piece of art sponsored by Chicago Apartment Finders was installed Tuesday as part of the Chicago Sculpture Exhibit -- a nonprofit...
A painting by Wassily Kandinsky has sold for $21.2 million at a Christie's auction of Impressionist and Modern works of art in London. The auction on Tuesday brought in a hefty total of $100.4 million, but the sale lacked any major surprises. ...
Just after the Chicago Blackhawks captured the Stanley Cup in 2010, hockey fan Anthony Roy created a Facebook page suggesting that the team change its logo from an Indian head, which he considers culturally insensitive, to a bird. On Tuesday, the page had...
The Women’s Club, whose purpose is to promote the welfare and education of the women of Hagerstown and Washington County, held a benefit card party April 17. Proceeds from this party went to Girls Inc. of Washington County, an after-school...
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