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1 hr ago | The Heights
With 17.4 percent of the people in the Detroit metro area now living beneath the poverty line, and the city itself now bankrupt and filing for Chapter 9 reorganization, the necessity of the extensive collection has been called into question.
When should animal testing be legal?
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6 hrs ago | Art Daily
Senegalese sculptor Ousmane Sow is pictured during his official entry ceremony at the Academie des Beaux-Arts on December 11, 2013 in Paris.
Today marks the 27th death anniversary of artist Rashid Chowdhury. Rashid was the pioneer of tapestry in this country and definitely the finest artist of this particular genre to date.
The man in the photograph standing next to Vicki Vuleta, director of Auckland interiors gallery Design 55 , is obviously European.
The Masterson family's collection of Christmas ornaments and other holiday dA©cor is the focal point of the holiday tours at Rienzi, the Museum of Fine Arts , Houston's house museum in the heart of River Oaks.
Texas romantic cottages just off the historic Glen Rose square and within walking distance to the Paluxy river, antique shops and local dining.
Dozens of art enthusiasts gathered at the Forest Lawn Museum in Glendale for a panel discussion featuring female artists and a state senator, with their focus being women in the arts and ways to push legislators to prioritize funding for arts education.
The San Diego Museum of Art has hired Michael Brown, Ph.D., as the Museum's Associate Curator of European Art.
The unexpected death of Wanda Ewing, a tenured associate professor at the University of Nebraska at Omaha, left the school's art and art history departments in shock Monday.
In the decade that followed, the Paris-trained American decided to explore different themes and subjects by traveling widely in southern and central Europe as well as the formerly Ottoman Levant.
It's an ongoing frustration - in many ways a travesty. Since the core of the Japanese collection was formed in unique circumstances a century ago, the museum also faces another challenge: keeping the Japanese collection alive and fresh.
The Austin College Department of Art and Art History will host the exhibit "Common Threads: Austin College Alumni Exhibit" from September 16 to October 27 in Dennis Gallery of Forster Art Complex.
Noted local artist, Louise Brock Hamilton, passed away on Dec. 5. She was born in Great Bend on April 25, 1932, to George and Ella Jane Heim of Ellinwood.
Two Berkshire women active in the world of art were born the same year: Ala Story and Yvonne Twining Humber .