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EMERGING ARTIST RESIDENCIES Each year Open Studio awards two residencies to emerging artists of merit. Don Phillips Scholarship Deadline for Submissions: 11:59 EST May 1, 2017 This scholarship was founded in 1988 in memory of printmaker Don Phillips who helped establish printmaking as a fine art practice in Canada. The Don Phillips Scholarship is for [&hellip
The National Gallery unveiled ‘The Caged Bird’s Song’, a new tapestry by Turner Prize-winning artist Chris Ofili. The exhibition marks the first time the artist has worked in the medium of tapestry and includes a series of preparatory works on paper in an installation conceived by the artist for the Gallery’s Sunley Room. Ofili is returning to the National Gallery following the exhibition Titian: Metamorphosis 2012. In this he was one of three contemporary artists asked to respond to Titian’s great mythological paintings, Diana and Actaeon, The Death of Actaeon, and Diana and Callisto, which depict stories from the Roman poet Ovid’s ‘Metamorphoses’. Ofili produced new paintings in which the classical world was transposed to Trinidad, where he lives and works. He also designed a related series of costumes and sets for a new ballet performed by the Royal Ballet at the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden. The imagery
Ox-Box Fall Artist in Residence Program Saugatuck, MI, United States Deadline for Applications: May 1, 2017 Fall residents are given the time, solitude, and focus often unavailable to so many working artists. Each fall between 25 and 30 artists participate in the residency creating a community of engaged peers. At Ox-Bow, artists can enjoy 24-hour [&hellip
A painting that had been in the same family for generations and was only recently credited to Spain’s famed artist Diego Velazquez was sold Tuesday in Madrid for eight million euros, auction house Abalarte said. The “Portrait of a girl,” which portrays a young girl with large, sad eyes, her hands held together as if in prayer, is believed to be an early work by the Sevillian artist best known for his masterpiece “Las Meninas”, on display in Madrid’s Prado Museum. It is believed to have been painted by Velazquez around 1616 or 1617, when the artist was only 17 or 18 years old and still living in the southern Spanish city of Seville, the auction house said. It had been in the same family for several generations but had never been properly analysed until the owner decided to sell it. Richard de Willermin, a specialist on 17th century Spanish art who collaborates with the auction house, examined the small oil on canvas painting and concluded it was by Velazquez.
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DATA STORYTELLING VS. DATA VISUALIZATION
Spread over the two sites, it opens at the Art Gallery of Alberta in Edmonton on May 27, 2017 and Walter Phillips Gallery in Banff on June 24, 2017, with public programming at both sites throughout the exhibition’s duration.