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Dallas’ Art Month Has Arrived

What used to be an art week in April in Dallas has turned into an art month! The entire month of April is now an art month in Dallas which will include the ninth edition of the Dallas Art Fair and many other amazing opportunities. Here is the entire list of the activities for the month. Jennifer Scripps, the director… (more…)

New Hire for Pioneer Works

It’s always interesting to keep up with museums and the new hires that they bring on. Pioneer Works, a center for research in contemporary culture in Brooklyn, has hired Sheetal Prajapati as their director of Public engagement. She will work on education and art programs. From 2008 until 2016, she was the assistant director of learning and artists initiatives at… (more…)

Hippo Ballerina Comes to NYC

Certainly, there is always something to do in New York City, and right now there might be even more than usual to see. Here, you’ll find 12 amazing outdoor art installations that are worth seeing in the New York area. Here is one that is certainly worth seeing – because, after all, who doesn’t love a hippo? Starting on February… (more…)

The Work of Henry Ascencio

It’s always a joy to find talented artists – and even more of a joy to see how they integrate their art with other mediums. Here is a video that showcases the exceptional work of artist Henry Ascencio as he painted two live models while Concert Rock Violinist Aaron Meyer plays in the background. Ascencio received his artistic training at… (more…)

Art Palm Beach

If you’re in Palm Beach, you’ll want to be part of the Art Palm Beach event that is taking place tomorrow, Thursday January 21 through Sunday, January 24. It will take place at the Palm Beach County Convention Center in West Palm Beach, Florida. Exhibitors include artists from Argentina, Australia, Belgium, Canada, Chile, Colombia, Finland, Germany, Hungary, Israel, Italy, Korea,… (more…)

Interactive Exhibit for Kids in New York

This is a lovely idea for anyone who is near Owasco, New York. Stop by the Ward W. O’Hara Agricultural and Country Living Museum and Dr. Joseph F. Karpinski Sr. Educational Center and you’ll find an exhibit called “Through a Child’s Eyes” which is displaying antique toys and an interactive station for toys for children to enjoy. It includes circus… (more…)

Spotlight on One Silversmith: Dennison Tsosie

If you haven’t heard of Dennison Tsosie, and don’t know about his beautiful silver art, you’ll want to check him out. The New York Times recently interviewed him about his craft, and it’s an article well worth reading. Tsosie hails from Alpine, Arizona. He was born on a Navajo reservation in northeastern Arizona and he learned the jewelry trade from… (more…)

The Grove Holiday Arts and Craft Faire in Chicago

The Grove Holiday Arts and Craft Faire, co-sponsored by The Grove Heritage Association and the Glenview Park District, is marking its 30th anniversary with an eight day event. The event will support the Grove, a 143 acre nature and historic landmark site and outdoor history musuem. As Grove Program Supervisor Kris Van Voorhis said, “Coming to The Grove Arts and… (more…)

PAD London Exhibits a Treasure Trove of Fine and Decorative Art

The Pavilion of Art and Design, more often referred to as PAD, has been thrilling art collectors and interior designers with its eclectic mix of fine art and decorative art since its founding in 2007. This popular art fair takes place each year in the month of October in Berkeley Square, in the heart of London’s Mayfair district. This year… (more…)

Stowe Foliage Arts Festival

If you’ve never been to Stowe, Vermont, this just might be the time to go. Right now, as the leaves change and the air grows crisp it’s a glorious time to be in the State. And the 31st Annual Stowe Foliage Arts Festival will be taking place from October 9-11 at the Stowe Events Field. Over 190 exhibitors will be… (more…)