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Fri Apr 18, 2014
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Then & Now: History Center to switch on Moog Synthesizer exhibit
From a former furniture shop in the late 1960s, in Trumansburg, pulsing, futuristic sounds unlike anything anyone had ever heard before emanated out onto Main Street, piquing the curiosity of passers-by in an otherwise quiet town.
Thu Apr 17, 2014
Anchorage Daily News
Vivid artistry on display in UAA dance show
You've probably heard the famous quote that's been attributed, over the decades, to Steve Martin, Frank Zappa, Laurie Anderson, Martin Mull, Thelonious Monk and many others: "Writing about music is like dancing about architecture."
Resin vessels by Tina Frey Designs are seen on Tuesday, April 8, 2014 in San Francisco, Calif.
Tina Frey creates resin pieces such as these vessels by sculpting designs out of clay, fabricating molds and then casting and sanding each piece by hand.
The Antioch Herald
East County Muscle offers novice body builders chance to shine, locally this Saturday
Local personal trainers, Dion Powell and Santi Lopez are giving East County residents the opportunity to compete in a local bodybuilding, physique, bikini and figure show, known as The Novice.
Wed Apr 16, 2014
Festival of Tales
PHOENIX Paradise Valley Community College students are bringing books to life through the art of storytelling during the Spring Festival of Tales, on Saturday, April 26, 2014, from 9:30 a.m. to 2 p.m., in the Kranitz Student Center .
Detroit Free Press
Toyota shows off a new, bolder-looking Camry
Seeking to preserve its status as America's best-selling car, Toyota showed off a redesigned Camry in New York today with noticeably bolder styling.
Before there was the Juke or the Rogue or the new Pathfinder, there was the Murano.
Mon Apr 14, 2014
Wynne Home begins spring art classes
Politics and art are crossing paths this month as a political science major from Sam Houston State University has organized a number of arts classes for the spring semester and summer at the A creative collage class is also being featured using a variety of objects to create collages from every day materials.
Birding project integrates science & art lessons for 4th graders
Artist Liz Lewis works with 4th grader Spencer Mazur in sculpting his bird during a VAIS residency, Vashon Shore and Water Birds.
Sun Apr 13, 2014
Nashua Library celebrates reading with edible book contest
Anastacia Rosseau, 7, and her mom, Cedi, share some of the details of their Wonderland cake baked for Nashua Public Library's Edible Book Contest.
The Jersey Journal
Pennington sculptor says nothing exhilarates him like the process of creation
On a chilly Christmas morning four decades ago in Queens, N.Y., Rory Mahon returned from college for a winter break and broke the news that not every parent wants to hear: He was going to be an artist.
Sacramento Bee Newspaper
Discoveries: Bone up on Hollywood gore at Dapper Cadaver
Body parts, many with suppurating wounds and exposed bone, lay haphazardly in clear plastic bins.
Fri Apr 11, 2014
Dorset Echo: Literally Made of Sand: Mark Anderson, Cllr Ian Bruce and David Hicks at Sandworld
Sandworld, opened for the 2014 season a week ago, and its literary-themed exhibition has attracted a record 2,500 visitors.
Bonny Zanardi: What's happening in the arts community
Three large sculptures by BJ Stevenson have been purchased and installed at Coastside Senior Housing at 925 Main St. in Half Moon Bay.
Exhibit openings, shows on arts agenda
Kelly Selden's photography and artwork will come into focus during an artist's reception set for Sunday, April 13 at the Cottage Bistro in Port Moody.
Fire-hit sculptor plans victim support group
A Wellington sculptor who lost almost everything in the Kiwi Self Storage fire wants to start a support group for victims with no insurance.
Thu Apr 10, 2014
High School Students Explore the World of Arts & Entertainment at Citrus College
Nearly 1,000 area high school students delved into their creative passions when the Citrus College Fine & Performing Arts Department hosted its 9th Annual Open House last month, which featured opportunities for students to get a glimpse into the world of arts and entertainment, from acting and singing to sculpting and painting.
Wed Apr 09, 2014
The magnificent Anderson
All of Wes Anderson's movies have, at their heart, at least one sweeping romance, usually contrived with at least one fatal kink that will conspire to keep the hearts apart.
Tue Apr 08, 2014
Small Evils, Musical Bicycle Wheels, and a Child Prodigy
East Bay experimental artist Jim Kaiser once operated as Petit Mal, but the moniker eventually shifted to signify his record label.