Valley News – Art Notes: At these Upper Valley exhibitions, the jury is in

Valley News - Art Notes: At these Upper Valley exhibitions, the jury is in

Published: 6/29/2022 10:03:53 PM Modified: 6/29/2022 10:03:52 PM Juried exhibitions are opportunities for both emerging and established artists to show their work, both to the public and to jurors, who are frequently people who hold leadership positions in the arts. Acceptance into these shows, an achievement in its own right, can also yield further opportunities … Read more

Art Attack: All the Art You Should See on First Friday

Art Attack: All the Art You Should See on First Friday

A gallery in a boutique/club house atmosphere, street artists galore, experimental artists with big ideas, botanical artists, co-op shows and even a patriotic show with a wienie roast! This is what First Fridays in summertime are all about. Follow along with us to discover the hot spots. Neighborhood Focused Atelier Through August 15Adult Ent, 3535 … Read more

Tired of stocks, South Korea’s millennial investors bank on art | Arts and Culture News

Tired of stocks, South Korea’s millennial investors bank on art | Arts and Culture News

Incheon, South Korea – Kim, 35, did not explicitly object when his wife started investing in art three years ago – but he had his reservations. “I told her that I’m fine as long as you want it,” the video game designer, who asked to be identified by his last name only, told Al Jazeera. … Read more

Cascadia Field Guide: Art, Ecology, Poetry | Faculty Projects | Faculty | Department of English

Cascadia Field Guide: Art, Ecology, Poetry Photo credit: https://www.facebook.com/CascadiaGuide/ “Cascadia Field Guide: Art, Ecology, Poetry” (edited by Elizabeth Bradfield, CMarie Fuhrman, Derek Sheffield, forthcoming from Mountaineers Books, 2023). Part of a developing conversation of like-minded creators, following “The Sonoran Desert: A Literary Field Guide” (U. Arizona Press, 2016) and “A Literary Field Guide to Southern … Read more