Category: Commercial gallery

Window Wonderland opens this weekend

“We are delighted to make Window Wonderland bigger and better than last year’s very successful event,” noted Carol Jolly, Executive Director, The Junction BIA. “To celebrate our opening weekend, we are delighted to offer a performance of that of Toronto award-winning dance-theater company, CORPUS. The Sheep (The Sheep) is a funny and heartwarming group of […]

Newcastle United fans of 120 years ago – on the eve of the club’s biggest decade

On Saturday 23 November 1901 remarkable footage was filmed of the game between Newcastle United and Liverpool at St James’ Park These remarkable images show the faces of Newcastle United’s early supporters. They were captured at St James’s Park 120 years ago in November 1901 in a match against other emerging northern giants, Liverpool. The […]

Hoosick Falls artist paints freedom, perseverance and the end of the pandemic through moving horses | Entertainment

HOOSICK FALLS, NY – “Horses represent freedom to me,” says Turkish-born artist Yucel Erdogan. Erdogan’s images are full of freedom and grace. They carry with them a sense of deep thought and loneliness, powerful and resonant, through darkness and chaos. They represent something more than just horses. They speak of endurance and collective will, especially […]

Bratt Elementary School honors veterans with program and parade (with photo gallery): NorthEscambia.com

Bratt Elementary School honored veterans on Wednesday with a Veterans Day program and parade. For a photo gallery, click or tap here. The guest speaker for the event was Commander George Trice, Jr., United States Navy, retired. He retired in 2011 after 33 years of service in the Navy. He began his career as an […]

Local businesses receive $ 1 million in government funding – Yukon News

In the interest of transparency, the Government of Yukon’s Department of Economic Development has announced and identified the beneficiaries of its new Economic Development Fund program. “I am happy to see that the program is being used by a variety of local organizations and I hope this is just the start,” Economic Development Minister Ranj […]

New company: Union Gallery – upnorthvoice.com

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Cartoonist Michael Gallagher will be featured at the “Roam in Jerome” event on November 6th

One Two Many by Michael Gallagher, acrylic canvas, 18×24. (House of Joy / Courtesy) Michael Gallagher comes from a long family line of renowned cartoonists and he will be featured at the “Roam in Jerome” event at the House of Joy Gallery and Arcade on Saturday, November 6, according to a press release. The House […]

There is no doubt that Moralizing Mike is the target of Tova O’Brien’s hiring

Composite Mike Hosking has long reigned supreme in commercial radio, but his conservative moralization may allow Tova O’Brien to create space for himself with the more liberal and centrist listeners currently tuned in to ZB, writes Bill Ralston. OPINION: Breakfast listeners with a taste for news and talk radio are about to get a more […]

Works of art during Japanese rule laid the foundation for Taiwanese identity

By Ken Wang, CNA Editor-in-Chief Walking the streets of Dadaocheng (大稻埕), one of Taipei’s premier international shopping districts, one sees streams of cheerful shoppers, vibrant merchandise and colorful signboards and one can easily imagine the hustle and bustle of the city. region at the beginning of the 20th century. Dadaocheng embraced international trade early on […]

Glenview Village Council Announces Plan to End Glen TIF a Year Earlier

Glenview Trustees on Thursday called on staff members to wrap up the historic Glen TIF before the end of the year, setting in motion a plan that marks the completion of an award-winning historic redevelopment that has brought in 5,500 residents, thousands new jobs and nearly 1.9 million square feet of retail, restaurants, hotels and […]

Japan’s borders may still be closed, but the first Tokyo Art Week aims to open up the city’s vibrant art scene to the outside world (eventually)

Tokyo is unveiling a new art week in November, featuring 50 galleries and museums in the Japanese capital, with the aim of unifying and internationalizing the city’s art scene. The organizers of the Japan Contemporary Art Platform and the Contemporary Art Dealers Association Nippon (CADAN), with support from Art Basel and the Japan Agency for […]

Community art – City of culture :: Article from SRQ magazine by Phil Lederer

New Executive Director of Art Center Sarasota emphasizes collaboration and community impact as a way forward. SRQ Review | November 2021 Through Phil lederer In Visual Arts Meet the new Executive Director of Art Center Sarasota, Kinsey Robb. Photo by Wyatt Kostygan Fresh out of New York’s “mega-galleries”, Kinsey Robb left the Big Apple with […]

Starlight Studio and Art Gallery – Buffalo Rising

Author: Jen Swan For this month’s spotlight, I had the opportunity to visit two organizations that focus on inclusiveness in the arts to speak with artists about their projects. The talented artists of Starlight Studio and Art Gallery and the dazzling cast, staff and writers of Unique Theater Company both create captivating works that you […]

Carmarthenshire listed gallery building redevelopment projects

PLANS for the redevelopment and expansion of a listed gallery building in Carmarthen were recommended for approval. The new Oriel Myrddin Gallery will span two commercial units at the back and include a new café, boutique, offices, studios and an art center. The Carmarthenshire Council Planning Committee has approved an agent’s recommendation for approval, but […]

Enriched Bread Artists reopens to the public for the first time during the pandemic

Breadcrumb Links Local arts Entertainment Author of the article: Lynn saxberg Local artist Kristina Corre in her studio at the Enriched Bread Artist Studios on Thursday. Photo by Julie Oliver /Postmedia The opinions and recommendations are impartial and the products are selected independently. Postmedia may earn an affiliate commission on purchases made through links on […]

The development of Nubian Square seeks to ‘revive’ the arts economy in Blair Lot

The developers plan to transform a vacant lot in the center of Nubia Square into a vibrant, arts-inspired structure that would rekindle the heartbeat of the community. their proposal, a mixed-use development called Ascension of Nubia, will include a covered market, a performance hall and spaces where creators can live, collaborate and sell their work. […]

Jan Brett, Immigrants, Theater Hopes & ‘Aprons With Attitude’

Jan Brett has a new book Titcomb’s Bookstore in East Sandwich is one of three New England bookstores and 15 nationwide chosen to sell personalized copies of the new “Jan Brett’s Nutcracker” by children’s author / illustrator Jan Brett for this holiday season. Books ordered through the store can get the personalized copies by October […]

The WCCC program “Founders” presents the works of 2 pioneers of the program

Until the end of the month, Westmoreland County Community College is hosting an art exhibit honoring two faculty and campus leaders who have helped develop programs at the school. The exhibition, titled “Founders”, features works by Gregory Lee Hricenak and Robert Myers. It will be on display in the Science Innovation Center art gallery on […]

what do collectives mean for the future of the art world?

Amid the frenzy of Frieze London’s comeback to life, this year’s lecture program asks a question: how today’s art market, so gripped by a winner-takes-all mentality, can evolve towards a model based on cooperation and attention, rather than competition and extraction? Among the speakers trying to answer this question are the Jakarta-based art collective ruangrupa, […]

Gravel City Roasters, Trox Gallery & Gifts to hold grand opening on Saturday | Gas

Gravel City Roasters and Trox Gallery and Gifts returned to downtown Emporia early Wednesday morning to their new shared location. Now located at 715 Commercial St., a grand opening celebrating the move is scheduled for Saturday from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m., where guests can look forward to snacks, raffle prizes and sales. Coffee lovers […]

27-story residential building leads the way at 2413 Third Avenue in Mott Haven, Bronx

RXR Realty recently celebrated the start of construction on 2413 Third Avenue, a 27-story residential tower in the Mott Haven section of the South Bronx. Designed by CetraRuddy Architecture, the development will include a mix of residences, parking lots and commercial areas on the ground floor. 2413 Third Avenue arrives as RXR Realty’s first entry […]

Provincetown artists and art galleries starting the week of October 14.

EDITOR’S NOTE: Due to local and national public safety advisories regarding the COVID-19 virus, please check with the sites directly for the latest information on precautions. OPENINGS AND EVENTS Friday October 15th Priscilla Jacket exhibition: is 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. Oct. 15 at Seashore Point, 100 Alden St., Provincetown. For information: 508 487-0771. Priscilla […]

Must See: The Best Mall Exhibits In London And Beyond

Installation view of ‘Ugo Rondinone: a sky. a sea . distant mountains. horses . spring .’ at Sadie Coles © Ugo Rondinone. Courtesy of Sadie Coles HQ, London. Photo Robert Glowacki Henry Taylor (Hauser and Wirth Somerset) “Portrait of my cousin GF: Dana Gallegos” by Henry Taylor (2020) © Henry Taylor. Courtesy of the artist […]

Pablo Picasso Ceramics in London’s first solo exhibition in a commercial gallery

A new exhibition of ceramics by Pablo Picasso opens in March 2020 at the Huxley-Parlor Gallery. This is the first time that the artist’s ceramics will be exhibited solo in a commercial gallery in London. Pablo Picasso’s ceramic works have aroused great interest in recent years. With subjects varying from Greek mythological figures, animals, faces […]

New owner to take over Dana Gallery, the oldest shopping mall in Missoula | Arts & Theater

“I’m in a bit of a rush when I see a really beautiful painting and have an eclectic point of view and so it was both progressive and instantaneous,” he said. In 2003, the gallery organized its first “Paint Out” with the new Montana Painter’s Alliance. Artists spent a week traveling to sites around Missoula […]

Charles Saatchi opens shopping mall at Chelsea headquarters

British collector and dealer Charles Saatchi has been buying and selling art for over 30 years, and now his Chelsea gallery is launching a commercial space called Salon. The new venue, located inside the headquarters of the Saatchi Gallery off Kings Road, will host sales exhibitions organized in conjunction with top-notch galleries and artist estates. […]

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