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IN PICTURES: WYLAND RESTORES LANDMARK MU...

One of Marathon’s most iconic works of art received a facelift on March 2 when world-renowned artist and conservationist Wyland returned to Kmart Square to touch up the “Whaling Wall #87 – Florida’s Radiant Reef”, originally painted with Guy Harvey in 2001. With equipment donated by Sunbelt Rentals, paint donated by Sherwin Wiliams, and booths […]

Hear our cries projects youth policy

PlatteForum’s ArtLab program offers studio internships for select Denver-area high school students to develop their artistic sensibilities through workshops and projects with professional artists. The program encourages interns to explore social issues through works of art; the most recent internships will culminate in the exhibition Hear our cries, which is now visible until Friday, March […]

Westword Mo’Print Essentials for 2022: W

The region’s biennial printmaking month 2022, popularly known as Mo’Print, has been sprouting exhibitions large and small in the city since January. But the celebration becomes official in March, starting this weekend with a slew of First Friday openings and events, including these Westword Choice of Mo’print. Here is the first installment of our Mo’Print […]

Piece of cake | Okoboji magazine

Heather Baumgard has been making life a little sweeter for newlyweds, birthday boys and girls, and anyone who’s been lucky enough to taste one of her cake creations for over 10 years. Heather is the owner of Playful Cupcaketions based in Spirit Lake and has been creating tasty works of art in her home since […]

“I keep exploring” – Cree Scudder cheris

Painter and collage artist Cree Scudder moved to Vero Beach in 2017, after a 38-year stay in La Jolla, California via Princeton, NJ, where she met her husband, Ned Scudder. Raised in Coconut Grove, Florida, Cree attended prep school through 12th grade at Ransom Everglades School in Miami where, as an engaging girl with a […]

The Forest Lawn Museum will open the “Ev

First published in the January 22 print issue of Glendale News Press. The Forest Lawn Museum in Glendale will open “Evening Mile: The Paintings of Julika Lackner” on January 29.The exhibit features 17 nightscapes that offer meditative views of Southern California. These works of art transform cityscapes, hills and coastlines into kaleidoscopic vistas.Lackner’s expertise in […]

‘And Then She Said: Voices of Feminists

Jessica Spring on the left and Chandler O’Leary on the right. Photo by Jane Carlin. “And Then She Said: Voices of Feminists Past and Present,” an exhibit at UW Libraries Special Collections, highlights the work of Dead Feminists, a collaborative project between local artists Chandler O’Leary and Jessica Spring, and brings the Women’s story words […]

All About Arts, Tigers and Traditional C...

It looks like a busy weekend in Kuala Lumpur. Check out these arts events that aim to bring the community together and rediscover the joys of creative work…all with a festive twist as we prepare to usher in the Year of the Black Water Tiger. A Teagerrific New Year’s Eve Celebration Location: GMBB, Jalan Robertson, […]

Lincoln Park move helps boost Duluth pri...

Janelle Miller pumps a cast iron lever with her foot. Large wheels spin and turn as she hands-feeds sheet after sheet to capture a fresh layer of ink in her letterpress printer. Miller can produce around 400 works of art per hour on this machine, which weighs 2,500 pounds and was built in the early […]

Exhibition with jury by members of the M...

MENDOCINO, CA – The Mendocino Art Center celebrates the creativity of its member artists with the annual Members Jury Exhibit, January 7 through February 26, at the art centre’s three galleries. The selection process leads to an exceptionally creative, high quality and much anticipated gallery showcasing a wide range of new artwork including paintings, ceramics, […]

TAMIU’s Laredo mobile typography brings

Traditional letterpress printing has caught on in Laredo with a series of community events hosted by students, faculty, and staff at Texas A&M International University (TAMIU). Together, they have collectively spent the past year creating vibrant works of art made from ancient typographic equipment. During the Spring 2020 semester, TAMIU Assistant Art Professor Jesse Shaw […]

CVB, art museum team to promote public a...

Owensboro-Daviess County Convention and Visitors Bureau Partners with Owensboro Art Museum to Promote Owensboro Tour of 21 Public Works of Art as “One of the Best in the Midwest” . “This campaign gives us the opportunity to reintroduce Owensboro’s thriving public art scene to both our community and to out-of-town visitors,” said Mark Calitri, CVB […]

Dark Horse ArtBar wants to be a “living

They hung sound tiles from the ceiling, built a stage leaning against the front windows of the bar, bought comfortable second-hand furniture to create the lounging areas, and brought bar stools from the Sun Prairie Salvatore. They hope the space they have created will be a “living gallery”, as DePula puts it, rather than following […]

GoLocalProv | Great art in small doses ...

Wednesday, November 24, 2021 Michael Rose, artistic contributor Exhibits of small works of art are a must-see during the holiday season. On display until January 15, 2022 at Paper Nautilus Books on Wayland Square, Small Doses offers a collection of modest-sized contemporary works of art that reinterprets the idea of ​​an exhibition of small works. […]

Interior Art | Wild Things: The Art of ...

ROBERT ROWE Peggy West’s avowed mission is to educate and appreciate the “wild things that can be found in city and suburban landscapes”. Engraver, master naturalist and educator, West creates mixed media prints and collages that feature delicately rendered representations of common plant and animal species native to our region: the humble dandelion, ubiquitous milkweed, […]

Stationery Manufacturing Jobs — 2010-201

According to County Business Patterns, in 2010, NAICS 32223 (Stationery Product Manufacturing Plants) had 24,349 employees. This NAICS category declined slowly over the remainder of the decade, ending with 15,678 employees in 2019. Also: following a tweet from BoSacks about newspaper circulation. According to County Business Patterns, in 2010, NAICS 32223 (Stationery Product Manufacturing Plants) […]

The South Street Seaport Museum extends ...

The South Street Seaport Museum announces extended open days through October 31, 2021 on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays with timed entry at Pier 16 (Fulton and South Streets). Open days include free tours of the historic tall ship Wavertree and the 1908 Ambrose lightship, free demonstrations of Bowne & Co. letterpress printers, an outdoor exhibit […]

AUTUMN ARTS: Visual arts events | Fall ...

Click to enlarge Emily trueblood Wheelbarrow Street, 1975 can be viewed at Stay at Home: Interior Views from the Jundt Art Museum Collection Until December 18BLACK LIVES MATTER ARTISTS GRANT EXHIBITIONIn the past year, three universities have awarded grants to 60 artists from Washington and Oregon “who use their voices, experiences and artistic expression to […]

First Friday events in downtown Phoenix ...

Those planning on staying in town for Labor Day weekend and looking for something to do may want to consider First Friday activities in downtown Phoenix. The monthly art walk is still on hiatus due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, but some galleries, museums and other venues are open with special events for the evening. […]

August 2021 lineup announced at South St...

The South Street Seaport Museum has announced its August program, including free tours of the historic tall ship Wavertree and the 1908 Ambrose flagship, free demonstrations by letterpress printers Bowne & Co., an outdoor exhibit on the Pier 16, cruises aboard the 1930 tugboat WO Decker, and the world premiere of On Site Opera’s What […]

Take advantage of these downtown Phoenix...

The first Friday in August is almost here and there are a few things you might not want to miss. Check out the award-winning jewelry from Coe House for Ardapony Squared’s latest piece. Or head to the First Studio Gallery’s ‘Summer Blend’, where you can savor some of the last moments of summer through the […]

South Street Seaport Museum Bowne & Co.

The South Street Seaport Museum has announced that as part of the 2021 Seaport Museum Open House season, Bowne & Co. will be hosting FREE outdoor letterpress printing demonstrations from June 11 through October 10, 2021 on Fridays and Saturdays, as well as entry to the 1885 Tall Ship Wavertree and outdoor exhibit on Pier […]

Canal Street printing house hopes to imp...

LACONIA – John Bethell knew he wanted a few things for his life after his career in the Navy. He knew he wanted to start a printing house and he knew he wanted to be part of a booming city center. It was then that Warren Thompson, his business partner and another Navy veteran, sent […]

The 123rd Midwestern Art Show Opens Sund...

LINDSBORG – The seeds of Jim Sherraden’s passion for papermaking and woodcarving can be traced to the historic architecture of downtown Salina. Growing up in Salina, Sherraden was fascinated from a young age by the facade of the United Building and the ornate ceramic tiles of the old dry-cleaning shop at the corner of Seventh […]

Reverting to Type exhibition features pr...

Organized by typography studio New North Press, the exhibition was originally held at London’s Standpoint Gallery, where it opened in December but later had to close due to Britain’s latest Covid lockdown -19. It has since reached people online and through a catalog of featured works. While the events of the last year make an […]

Reverting to Type 2020: an exhibition of...

Featuring names such as Sarah Boris, Alan Kitching, Armina Ghazaryan, Erik Spiekermann and Myrna Keliher, the posters sound the alarm on the global climate crisis, rail against fake news and surveillance capitalism, call out racism and sexism while fighting for equal opportunities and, of course, responding to the coronavirus pandemic. Curated by Richard Ardagh and […]

Detroit Printing Leads Letterpress Reviv...

DETROIT – Dipping her brush into a raw box of jet black ink, Karen Moeller begins to make thick strokes on a worn metal surface. Attached to a crank, a giant rolling pin distributes the substance evenly, while smearing bold metallic letters with ink. With a tabloid-sized poster sheet lined up above the print roller, […]