The Campbell River Art Gallery announces that Vicky Chainey Gagnon has been appointed Executive Director.
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Over the course of three decades, beginning in the late 1940s, the Bay Area psychologist and nursery school director Rhoda Kellogg collected more than one million pieces of art made by children living all around the world. Last winter, the … Read More
VAA/CARFAC Project Space presents In Dreams Awake The exhibition In Dreams Awake features art works drawn from the collection of the Alberta Foundation for the Arts. Inspired by the triptych The Garden of Earthly Delights, this eclectic exhibition examines the ‘earthly garden’ as investigated by artists in Alberta and explores the influence of the past on contemporary [&hellip
Today for the podcast, we are very excited to bring you the second a few mini-episodes from the 2017 CARFAC National Conference/AGM that was held early June 2017 at the MacEwan University in…[[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
The highlight of 20th Century Week at Christie’s in London, the Impressionist and Modern Art Evening Sale was 94 per cent sold by lot and 87 per cent sold by value, realising a total of £149,500,000 (including premium), with three works selling for more than £20 million. The top lot of the night was Max Beckmann’s Hölle der Vögel (Birds’ Hell). Completed over the course of 1937 and 1938 and depicting mankind’s descent into darkness and terror, the painting is the artist’s visceral response to the rise of the Nazi regime in his native Germany. There was keen bidding before the painting was hammered down for £36,005,000 / $45,834,365 (with premium), setting a new world auction record for the artist, as well as the highest price realised for an Expressionist work. The previous world auction record for Beckmann was $22,555,750, set in 2001. ‘The sale of such a historically significant painting as Beckmann
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There are many tools you can use to tell your brand story, and each have their own advantages. We’ve covered many of them, especially data visualization and infographics. These data storytelling formats are useful, but there is another format that is often forgotten: interactive stories. This format brings data to life in exciting and dynamic ways, which is why we love it.
If you haven’t experimented with interactive stories—or even heard of them—here’s what you should know.
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Call to Artists: Blooom Award by Warsteiner Deadline for Entries: July 31, 2017 No entry fee only 1 work per artist Open to artists & artist groups 18+ years of age BLOOOM Award by WARSTEINER, Germany’s biggest international competition for emerging artists, is now open for entries for 2017. The competition funded by Warsteiner [&hellip