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  1. Weekly Calendar: March 15 - March 25, 2018Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 15 | Shelter Island Reporter

    Youth yoga , for ages 6 to 12 with Kelci McIntosh. 2:45 to 3:45 p.m. on Thursdays.


  2. Barbara Carrasco Mural "L.A. History: A Mexican Perspective" comes to NHMLARead the original story

    Saturday Mar 10 | Art Daily

    The Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County is presenting Sin Censura: A Mural Remembers L.A. featuring Chicana artist Barbara Carrasco's landmark 1981 mural L.A. History: A Mexican Perspective, on view March 9, 2018 to August 18, 2018. This is the first time the full length of the mural, which portrays the city's history through a series of vignettes woven into the flowing hair of la reina de Los Angeles , is being shown inside a museum setting, presented across three walls of an intimate gallery to bring visitors eye-level with the 80-foot panoramic work.


  3. Weekly Calendar: March 8 - March 17, 2018Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 8 | Shelter Island Reporter

    Tai Chi classes , for senior citizens. 11 a.m. to noon, Senior Center. Classes meet Thursdays through April 26. Free.


  4. Artless in AcademiaRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 8 | Accuracy In Academia

    The ancient Marxists and modern art academicians have at least one thing in common: For both of them "art is a weapon." Unfortunately, for neither of them, who seem to overlap, has it been a particular talent.


  5. College Progressives Are also Dragging Down the Fine ArtsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Mar 2 | National Review Online

    With their incessant efforts at politicizing everything, college progressives have ruined much of the curriculum and as artist Richard Bledsoe argues in this Martin Center article, that includes the fine arts. He first realized that political correctness had intruded when, as a student, he found that the jurors for an art show favored only those pieces that had a "message."


  6. Weekly Calendar: March 1 - March 11, 2018Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 1 | Shelter Island Reporter

    Book in the Woods , "Mud" by Mary Lyn Ray and Lauren Stringer. Take half-mile walk and read a story as you go.


  7. What's happening: A round up of upcoming events on the IslandRead the original story

    Thursday Feb 22 | Shelter Island Reporter

    REPORTER FILE PHOTO Happy times at a past Gift of Life celebration at the Ram's head Inn, one of the most festive and important annual Island events. ANNUAL 'CELEBRATION OF LIFE' The 18th annual Cheryl Hannabury Memorial "Celebration of Life" community cocktail party will be held on Saturday, March 3 from 6 to 9 p.m. at the Ram's Head Inn.


  8. Landmarking Arts District lofts ignores Japanese American history, artists sayRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 21 | Curbed

    Sound artist Alan Nakagawa graduated from Otis College of Art and Design in 1984, but a large part of his education came from outside of school. At 800 Traction Avenue, he spent hours huddled around Matsumi "Mike" Kanemitsu 's dining room table, listening to him talk.


  9. This week's picks for LA architecture and design eventsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 19 | Archinect School Blog

    Planning ahead for another busy week in Los Angeles? Bustler put together a snappy list of architecture and design events happening around town. This week's picks include lectures by Bryony Roberts, Howeler + Yoon, and Jonathan Ward of NBBJ.


  10. Top writing conferences for writers of color and LGBTQ writersRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 16, 2018 | Writer

    A good writers' conference or retreat can teach you about craft and business, connect you with industry professionals, and introduce you to colleagues in your particular genre. While it's a given that you'll meet other writers at any such gathering, maybe you'd like to refine your network even further.


  11. What's Happening: February 15, 2018Read the original story w/Photo

    Feb 15, 2018 | Shelter Island Reporter

    "Negative Space," a stop-motion animated short, will be screened at Bay Street Theater on February 24 . The film will be screened in partnership with the Hamptons International Film Festival and is about a father and son bonding over the shared ritual of packing for his frequent business trips.


  12. Arts Connection Appointed Jennifer Kane as New Executive DirectorRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 15, 2018 | Inland Empire California

    San Bernardino, CA - Arts Connection has appointed Jennifer Kane as the new Executive Director. Ms. Kane brings 10 years of arts, education, and community leadership experience to her new role.


  13. This Artist Tells the Stories of People of Color in Black and WhiteRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 13, 2018 | Artist's Magazine

    "People of color have to live with the burden of past and present discriminations and injustices every day," says artist Kohshin Finley . "The subjects I paint have only become stronger because of this burden, and have not become weakened by it."


  14. What's Happening: February 8, 2018Read the original story w/Photo

    Feb 8, 2018 | Shelter Island Reporter

    BEVERLEA WALZ PHOTO The January 27 Celebrity Chef dinner featured the talents of Susan Binder and was held in the Presbyterian Church's Fellowship Hall. Shown from left, helpers Ellen Gove, Lindsey Gallagher, German exchange student Vincent Stuck, and his host Cass Egan of Mercy High School, Emma Gallagher, Abby Kotula, chef Susan Binder and Reverend Stephen Fearing.


  15. 'Susan King: Chronicles of a Southern Feminist' on display at the Eleanor D. Wilson MuseumRead the original story

    Feb 2, 2018 | Art Daily

    Susan King is known both for her writing and her skillful bookmaking. She began making books after she moved to Southern California in the 1970s to be part of the experimental Feminist Studio Workshop.


  16. LACMA opens an exhibition at the museum's satellite gallery within Charles White Elementary SchoolRead the original story

    Jan 28, 2018 | Art Daily

    As part of the multisite exhibition A Universal History of Infamy, the Los Angeles County Museum of Art presents an exhibition curated by artist and educator Vincent Ramos at the museum's satellite gallery within Charles White Elementary School. By displaying works by contemporary Latino artists, writers, and activists exploring loss, resilience, and the political potential of poetic expression alongside several pieces from LACMA's collection, Ramos exposes a shared impulse across generations to use art as a powerful method of resistance.


  17. MoreRead the original story

    Jan 22, 2018 | Art Daily

    The Fahey/Klein Gallery is presenting Future Feminine, a group exhibition focused on the evolution of the feminine perspective in an otherwise male dominated medium. This exhibition presents the visions of a group of distinctly 21st century female photographers with their eyes toward the future.


  18. LACMA and the Autry Museum announce new partnership to share their artRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 9, 2018 | Los Angeles Times

    Chris Burden's "Urban Light" at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art. The museum announced a new partnership with the Autry Museum of the American West.


  19. Cardboard comfortRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 23, 2017 | Victorville Daily Press

    Each chair was unique its own way, from heights to widths, arms to bases, but they all had two things distinctly in common: they were made from recycled cardboard and they were built by Victor Valley College students. The Cardboard Chair exhibit, a collection of projects from students in Chris Rowland's design/art class at VVC, was on display Thursday through Saturday at Midway Home Solutions.


  20. California artist weaves faith into acclaimed works, showRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 22, 2017 | The Gazette

    LOS ANGELES - Lorenzo Hurtado Segovia had a full scholarship to study engineering and was more than halfway to his degree when he took an art class. It changed his life.