Wakinyan Chief has joined the Cheyenne River Youth Project as full-time artistic director. In this role, Chief is responsible for overseeing programming at the non-profit community development organization’s Waniyetu Wowapi (Winter Count) Art Park and Institute. According to General Manager Julie Garreau, the timing was perfect for Chief to joinRead More →

Placeholder while loading article actions Long before ragas, chicken tikka or Bollywood films were exported from India, international demand for textiles from the subcontinent was strong. These items did not simply move from local bazaars to distant markets involuntarily. Many decorative fabrics were made expressly for customers in places asRead More →

Placeholder while loading article actions The kind of person depicted in the National Portrait Gallery’s “The Outwin 2022: American Portraiture Today” is quite different from those typically depicted in such institutions. The subjects of the show’s 42 portraits are not rich, famous or politically powerful, and are less likely toRead More →

Click to enlarge Google Street View The Hammer and Sickle bike rack was located in front of the old Propaganda Bar. “Missing art installation,” reads the subject of a tip RFT received this week. “The hammer and sickle sculpture is missing at 2732 Cherokee Street,” the email continued, concluding, “SolveRead More →

Earth Day is April 22, and Disneyland Resort is celebrating with limited-time activities through the end of the month. Cast Members created environmental artwork inspired by different Disney scenes and attractions. Above is a piece inspired by “Encanto”. This room is designed to look like the “it’s a small world”Read More →

By Charles Giuliano Strict beauty: prints by Sol LeWitt is an irresistible opportunity to immerse yourself in an important aspect of the artist’s work Strict beauty: prints by Sol LeWittat the Williams College Museum of Art, Williamstown, until June 11. “In conceptual art, the idea or concept is the mostRead More →

Sideshow has been killing it since last year with critical role collectibles. Between statues and artwork, Sideshow has made some incredible collectibles for fans. But now Sideshow is releasing a very cool and fun piece of art. And it’s one that all Critical Role fans will appreciate. Essek Thelyss FineRead More →

Choose your favorite BI public artwork By Staff Report • March 19, 2022 1:30 a.m. The five works of public art up for voting for the People’s Choice Award. Courtesy picture Online voting is underway for the People’s Choice Award for Something New IV on Bainbridge Island. There are fiveRead More →

The new Burrell collection will be open to the public on March 29. The Burrell Collection, Glasgow **** On March 29, the Burrell Collection reopens after a £68.25million refurbishment and six years of closure. The operators of Glasgow Life hope the new Burrell, repaired, relocated and fitted out for theRead More →

A number of artists are opening a new exhibition at 431 Ellicott Street – the gallery space next to Fitz Books and Waffles. Called Project 431, artists featuring their work include Jonathan Bishop, DJ Carr, Robert Harris, Kyla Kegler, Phillip Kuznicki and Sufana Wajed. This new space, adjoining Fitz, hasRead More →

I can’t remember what social media platform I was on when I first saw Pat Boas’ installation of wallpapers and paintings. The work is at Oregon Contemporary as part of the exhibition “Hallie Ford Fellows in the Visual Arts 2017 -2019”. Yet the moment I saw the abstract patterned wallpaperRead More →

Artist Terry Bradley said it was an “incredible honour” to have one of his iconic Dockers pieces featured in Sir Kenneth Branagh’s seven-time Oscar-nominated film Belfast. a huge mural depicting the North Belfast man’s Docker’s Rest at Hickson’s Point, Titanic Belfast, appears at the start of the film, recreated inRead More →

By Claire Crittendon & Rachel Shepard – Co-editor and editor-in-chief Less than 10 minutes from Lasell is Frida Kahlo’s sketchbook in the Rose Art Museum at Brandeis University. With free entry, a simple online reservation system, and the presentation of a vaccination card, visitors can access each wing and seeRead More →

Kurt Cobain at MTV’s Live and Loud, Pier 63, Seattle WA, December 13, 19931993 printed 2010color photographyAlice WheelerAmerican, born in 196127 x 40.5 in.Gift of Clinton T. Willour in honor of Greg Kucera and Larry Yocom.Courtesy of Greg Kucera Gallery, Seattle.© Alice Wheeler Before leaving for the opening of kurtRead More →

Urban construction sites have a longstanding (and often ignored) ban on affixing advertisements and leaflets to the temporary construction barriers and plywood barricades surrounding them. This ban usually boils down to the simple directive, POST NO BILLS. In his latest exhibition at the Peggy R. McConnell Arts Center in Worthington,Read More →

DANCE: Drawn from within, ‘Unveiled’ touches the soul Katakali Jana | Published on 19.02.22, 00:36 As dancer-choreographer Srijaini Ghosh (pictured, left) chose to assert her individuality while forging connections between epic, legend and her own classical training, one experienced the exquisite joy of watching a visceral performance which looked likeRead More →

IN 2020, as an in-demand muralist, Lakwena Maciver (Features, August 28, 2020) created large-scale paintings on two public basketball courts in Martin Luther King Jr. Park, Pine Bluff, Arkansas. Working with the main forms of the components of the court, its bold and vibrant design combines geometric patterns with acidRead More →

COLORADO SPRINGS – The Department of Parks, Recreation and Cultural Services is seeking an artist to create a permanent outdoor art installation in Panorama Park. Panorama is currently undergoing the largest neighborhood park renovation in the city’s history, and the desired artwork would be incorporated into the park’s new design.Read More →

The Department of Parks, Recreation and Cultural Services is seeking an artist to create a permanent outdoor art installation at Panorama Park, located in southeast Colorado Springs. The artwork will be integrated into the new design of the park. “Through a collaborative design process with the community, we seek toRead More →

Kevin Lambson’s artwork is on display at the Dolores Public Library Kevin Lambson’s art is on display at the Dolores Public Library until the end of the month. (Kala Parkinson/The Journal) “Wow, this art is amazing,” Kevin Lambson joked as he strolled through the glass-enclosed gallery of the Dolores PublicRead More →

Kevin Lambson’s artwork is on display at the Dolores Public Library Kevin Lambson’s art is on display at the Dolores Public Library until the end of the month. (Kala Parkinson/The Journal) “Wow, this art is amazing,” Kevin Lambson joked as he strolled through the glass-enclosed gallery of the Dolores PublicRead More →

By day, Matthew Martelli is the water facilities administrator for the Revere Water and Sewer Department. But when he returns home, he becomes award-winning artist and oil painter Matthew Martelli. Residents and historians can view Martelli’s latest creation at Revere City Hall: a stunning oil painting of Abraham Lincoln, 16thRead More →

“The task of perception is to pulverize the world, but also to spiritualize its dust.” -Gilles Deleuze, The Fold: Leibniz and the Baroque This passage, highlighted in the gallery notes accompanying Catalina Ouyang’s current exhibition three betrayalsserves as an excellent point of reference for navigating Ouyang’s rich and fragmentary works.Read More →