Month: May 2022

Annual Estes Park Art Market Returns, Boulder Creative Collective Final Weekend, and More Art News – Boulder Daily Camera

week in art Ana’s Art Gallery is celebrating a move to downtown 1100 Spruce St., Boulder, with an opening reception from 5-8 p.m. on May 27. The black-owned gallery, owned by Ana Weir, specializes in Caribbean and African art and features a variety of African masks. , sculptures, prints and paintings; Estes Park Art […]

An iconic Vancouver motel transformed into a 75-room art studio

The Vancouver Mural Festival (VMF) has laid its eyes and paintbrushes on an iconic Vancouver motel for its biggest project yet. Mount Pleasant’s City Center Motel is transforming into a low-cost, 75-room artists’ studio for underrepresented and marginalized artists, with the city’s largest mural to date (30,000 square feet!) surrounding the exterior of the building. […]

Assisted Reproductive Technology (ART) Market Growth, Revenue Share Analysis, Company Profiles and Forecast to 2028

Emerging research logo Market Trends – Technological Advancements Market size – USD 25.95 billion in 2020, market growth – at a CAGR of 9.7%, market trends – technological advancements » — Emerging research VANCOUVER, BC, USA, May 23, 2022 / — The global assisted reproductive technologies market size is expected to reach USD 54.75 billion […]

Virtuos expands in Vietnam with the acquisition of art studio Glass Egg

Virtuos has acquired Vietnam-based 3D and 2D art production studio Glass Egg for an undisclosed amount. The global development company said the purchase would “significantly boost” its art production and game development capabilities. Glass Egg currently employs over 400 workers at its base in Ho Chi Minh City and has contributed to notable triple-A projects […]

Progressive Art Studio Collective brings the arts to adults with disabilities in Detroit » WDET 101.9 FM

Ryan-Patrick Hooper Alsendoe Owens, “Red Face” (2021), watercolor and marker on paper Progressive Art Studio Collective (PASC) program director Anthony Marcellini says isolation is just one of many issues his arts-focused program hopes to address for adults with developmental disabilities and health issues. mental. “For the disability community, programs are often more isolated. It’s a […]

Warhol’s $200 Million ‘Marilyn’ Could Test Health of Art Market

In 1985, dealer Tony Shafrazi designed a poster promote its exhibition of paintings produced jointly by Andy Warhol and Jean-Michel Basquiat. The image showed the two performers wearing boxing gloves as if preparing to practice. Although playful, the poster alluded to the complicated relationship between Warhol and Basquiat; they were competitors as well as collaborators […]

Now Hiring in Pittsburgh: Event Director, Art Studio Assistant, Digital Organizer, and More | Hire now | Pittsburgh

We’ve searched the web to find some of the best jobs in Pittsburgh this week. If your company is hiring, send information including a job title, description, and salary range to [email protected] Non-profit digital organizer. Nonprofit Community Coalition Pittsburgh United is looking for a full-time digital organizer to develop online strategies that strengthen […]

Wall Art Market Size and Forecast

New Jersey, United States – Comprehensive analyzes of the fastest growing companies Wall art market provide information that helps stakeholders identify opportunities and challenges. The 2022 markets could be another big year for Wall Art. This report provides an overview of the company’s activities and financial situation (a company profile is required if you want […]

Rock while you shop! Staten Island Food and Art Market is hosting a Mother’s Day showcase — complete with entertainment.

STATEN ISLAND, NY — Momma D’s meatballs and mac and cheese are the star food items at Staten Island Food and Art Market in Tompkinsville this weekend. Customers can also sample Caribbean dishes and sprinkled cupcakes from several artisans in the space at 20 Cebra Ave. On Saturday, the market will feature the music of […]

Art Studio Launches Eco-Friendly Print

The new Risograph printer consumes 95% less energy than a photocopier. Photo provided The Print and Book Arts Studio at George Mason University is repositioning its practices and program toward an environmentally conscious and sustainable future. Christopher Kardambikis, assistant professor and director of printmaking and book arts at Mason’s School of Art, was determined to […]

Meet 5 young collectors shaping the future of the Indian art market, from interior designer to cosmetics industry mogul

As the India Art Fair returned to New Delhi last week for the first time since the pandemic, it confirmed a changing trend in the Indian art market. Where collecting was previously the preserve of wealthy collectors in search of blue-chip names, the pandemic has given fledgling enthusiasts the opportunity to virtually explore the art […]

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