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By Alexandre Osornio, October 19, 2021 The Cal Poly Pomona Library Club brought students together for a Spooky Arts and Crafts Night which included an intimate take on the classic Halloween movie “The Nightmare Before Christmas” and pumpkin painting on October 6th. Club vice president Natali Carmona helped organize the event through her previous experience …

Even as a cool autumn breeze shook the leaves of the green trees on Sunday afternoon, a steady stream of people gathered on the alley outside the Idiom Brewery. Since there were far too many for everyone to claim a seat on one of the white folding chairs set up by the edge of Carroll …

QUETTA: When Barishna Reki was brainstorming ideas for her graduation thesis as she finished her fine arts degree in 2019, she wanted to work on a project that would one day help turn her passion for painting into one. financially viable career. Reki, now 25, from the remote town of Mashkail in the southwestern province …

The division between the worlds of crafts, decoration and fine arts has been slowly blurring over the past ten years. A new exhibition at the Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art aims to break down what remains of these barriers. If you are going to What: “Ceramics in the wider field” Who: Nicole Cherubini, Armando Guadalupe …

What: Join Visit Seattle, Chihuly Garden and Glass, and nearly 60 local artists and studios for the annual four-day festival celebrating the art of glass in the Pacific Northwest, October 14-17, 2021. Festival lineup includes a Full weekend of tours, demonstrations, parties, exhibitions, open studios and more. Who: From glass art enthusiasts and collectors to …

A cold front through the Tuscaloosa region will bring temperatures closer to fall for the 50th annual Kentuck Arts Festival this weekend. “It won’t be drastic, but it will certainly be different from what we have felt,” Jessica Laws, meteorologist at the National Weather Service in Birmingham, said Tuesday. “We will go from the humidity …

In a recent conversation with a straight person who doesn’t live in NYC, I was trying to explain how tiny this can seem. The social networks we belong to here are much more limited than most people imagine when they think of a place with a population approaching 9 million. It doesn’t take long to …

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. (KY3) – “Art in the Park” is back this year after being canceled last year due to COVID 19. This year marks the 26th annual Art in the Park event. There are about 24 different stalls here on Sunday, and they all have something a little different to offer. “You’re going to see …

“Abstract No. 276” is a work by Ed Garman. He was a member of the Transcendental Painting Group, which attempted to show how abstract art could evoke an emotional response. “Creative Forces” is a work by Emil Bisttram. “Oil No. 2” is by Raymond Jonson. “Birthday” is from Agnes Pelton. In the late 1930s, a …

OXFORD – Being a blacksmith in today’s world is more of a craft that sparks curiosity than the essential profession it has been for hundreds of years, if not millennia. Ryan Adams from Bell Hill Forge demonstrated how to make a decorative leaf with an iron rod and 2000 degree fire at the Oxford County …