Fine Arts

Arts & Culture
Chihuly called the suit, brought by a former handyman, "baseless."
Arts & Culture
So, things have been getting a little stale in the studio lately, right? If you answered “yes,” here are 10 recommendations
The World Post
The self-imposed isolation of the Shrine bore considerable fruit. Fela was able to define his music on his own terms. This
Culture & Arts
The exhibition runs through February 28. Orange County, Calif., is notorious for being the site of a hate-filled, xenophobic
Culture & Arts
Artists are not a monolithic group. Many throughout history have courted celebrity. In the days when all art was commissioned, the more famous (or notorious) you were, the more likely it was that you could become the court painter, or get commissions for portraits.
Travel
After living in the Midwest for about 30 years I really didn't know too much about Indiana -- it seemed like a nice state but my sense was that the state was pretty limited, culturally.
Culture & Arts
Before you apply to graduate school for fine arts, you have to honestly ask yourself what your long-term goals are. It may seem premature to think that far ahead, but it's important to think through and answer these questions before you leap into applying to graduate schools.
Culture & Arts
You may have heard this story before: classical music is in decline, music education is so important, but why should you care? Failing orchestras create severe economic, social, and cultural repercussions for our nation as a whole. This is very much your problem.
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Imagine an organization whose sole focus is the creative well-being of seniors. The National Center for Creative Aging recently celebrated its 10th anniversary by holding its first Leadership Exchange and Conference.
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Believe it or not, this is a sculpture carved from a single piece of natural stone. The stone is quarried about 150 miles
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JoAnneh Nagler is an abstract painter living in the San Francisco Bay Area. She works with mixed media on canvas, paper and
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Ebullience, uncluttered Androgyny At the deep end of the pool Whimsy Unfettered and naif Slinking, sliding Floating, gliding
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Barbara Shallue, 54, writes and blogs from her empty nest in the hills outside of Austin, Texas. While raising three children
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The rules: You must be 50 or older to participate. You can submit only one poem per year. Please send your original poem
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Hand-Held presents a beautiful collection of these early Manga cartoon books. Their graceful and accessible style has a surprisingly contemporary feel. Times and technology may change, but great art looks familiar to the inhabitants of any age.