Full Funding Is Available for Students in Art & Design Graduate Programs at the University of Illinois

Beyond Alternatives was a two-day symposium at the University of Illinois that focused on artist-led organizing taking place outside of large metropolitan areas. Paddy Johnson, the editor of “Art F City,” presented the keynote lecture.

The School of Art + Design at the University of Illinois is a thriving community of artists, designers, educators, and historians, committed to excellence and innovation in the practice, study, and teaching of the visual

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Travelling Art Exhibition at the Library

The Hanna Library is excited to host the “Altered Realities” art exhibition this month, courtesy of The Alberta Foundation for the Arts and The Esplande. This is a great opportunity to view some amazing art from Alberta artists – for free!

Altered Realities features works by Canmore-based artist David Foxcroft and Calgary-based artist Kristine Zingeler. In these works, both Foxcroft and Zingeler use the process of layering to create complex

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CAT looking for home: Chamberlayne Actors Theatre gone from Wilkinson Road building after 56 years | Art & Museums

While the theater may not have been able to run shows this year because of COVID, “I think it was a good deal for CAT because it was their theater home,” Bowers said. “All their stuff was stored there — it was like CAT’s house.”

She said the offer to the theater was a contract extension through August 2021, with a payment structure reflective of the theater’s revenue challenges due

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Inside the Rise in Demand for Travel Art

With people traveling far less this year than in 2019, it’s little surprise that more collectors have sought travel-related art to remind them of their journeys. The fine art and jewelry e-commerce site 1stdibs saw 2,625 orders of fine artwork between June 1 to July 26, 2020, an increase of 56 percent from the previous year that generated over $7.4 million in sales for the company. One of the high-ticket

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Most Interesting Immersive Art Experiences Around the World

There is a museum for just about everything if you look hard enough, but these attractions take the traditional experience of passively viewing art and flip it on its head. They encourage visitors to interact with the exhibits—at a safe distance from others and with a variety of new safety measures in place such as disinfectants, one-way traffic plans, reduced visitor capacity and more—and experience art in a new way.

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Sea Island Luxury Interior Designer, VPI Design, Discusses the Art of Lighting

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Top Luxury Interior Designer, VPI Design by Dina Varner, explains how the selection of lighting design can serve as an artistic element to enhance the beauty of a room

SEA ISLAND, GA / ACCESSWIRE / October 1, 2020 / The choice of lighting in a space is often underestimated; lighting can

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Top Atlanta Luxury Interior Designer, VPI Design, Discusses the Art of Lighting

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ATLANTA, GA / ACCESSWIRE / September 30, 2020 / Luxury Interior Designer, VPI Design by Dina Varner, explains how the selection of lighting design can serve as an artistic element to enhance the beauty of a room.

The choice of lighting in a space is often underestimated; lighting can be viewed

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Six outdoor art exhibits within a days drive of Wichita

Photo by Ironside Photography / Stephen Ironside.

Photo by Ironside Photography / Stephen Ironside.

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If you’re restless to see art in person but just as anxious about going indoors, a temporary outdoor installation might be a good compromise.

Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art in Bentonville, Ark., about 240 miles southeast of Wichita, had no idea it had created an ideal pandemic activity when it debuted a nighttime multisensory outdoor experience last winter.

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Esteban Toro’s ‘Aperture’ and Insights For Photojournalists and Fine Art Photographers From The NYT and WPO

Esteban Toro’s new episodic short-format travel film, “Aperture: A World of Stories,” is a beautiful watch. On top of the eye-candy, Toro’s film also provides some very valuable insights into and tips for filming internationally. 

Toro’s new series is broken down into five episodes of roughly 10 minutes per episode. Each episode takes time to explore the people and culture of the destination at its heart. Toro’s “Aperture” also provides

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Austria’s Biggest Art Fair Is Forging Ahead With an In-Person Edition Despite Growing Restrictions on Travel

Against seemingly all odds, the annual Vienna Contemporary art fair will be one of a handful of industry events to have an in-person edition this year, even as Europe braces for what may be further lockdowns in the days and weeks to come.

The fair, which opens to VIPs on Thursday, September 24, at its usual location, the historic Marx-Halle, has been downsized and is being orchestrated with a host

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