Art

The Saint John Sculpture Symposium has its final first day

New Brunswick will soon be home to eight new public works of art since the fifth and final Saint John Sculpture Symposium began Thursday. The symposium brings together eight artists from Canada and beyond to create sculptures that will become public works of art. When the event concludes on September 10, the symposium will have …

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“It’s all a scam”: Woman applies for 76 jobs in 8 weeks and receives zero answers, starts online debate

On paper, finding a job seems easy enough. You put together a resume, draft the cover letter, and just land an interview. Done correctly? Well, anyone who has ever gone through this process will tell you that this is just the tip of the iceberg. The whole job hunt is a frustrating, overwhelming, and seriously …

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Lost Banksy piece sprayed in Palestine resurfaces at Tel Aviv gallery | Israel

A lost Banksy piece, originally sprayed in protest at Israel’s West Bank separation barrier, has resurfaced in a Tel Aviv gallery, sparking debate about the role of public art and the legality of removing cultural artifacts from occupied countries. Slingshot Rat, a stencil painting, appeared on a concrete block in an abandoned Israeli army position …

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The Most In-Demand Design and Architectural Styles in the USA | Architecture Digest

Whether in fashion, art or design, trends come and go by definition. Though sometimes received with bad connotations, there is both a genuine beauty and an inherent necessity in the phenomenon that fashions are: they define epochs, illustrate values, and help catalog human history. When it comes to architecture and design, it’s difficult to separate …

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The Raptors teamed up for an Afro-Futurist art show

Sport can isolate. Because of their setting, timelines, and storylines, they offer a completely separate space that the real world doesn’t always get into. Some fans embrace the detachment, treating sport as a willful escape. Where this approach becomes problematic is when it tries to forcefully separate real-world problems from the real people whose day …

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Arts Industry News: Hedge Fund Ken Griffin Reveals Why He Spent $43M to Stop a DAO From Buying the US Constitution + Other Stories

Art Industry News is a daily round-up of the most momentous developments in the art world and art market. Here’s what you need to know this Thursday, August 11th. DEFINITELY READ Tehran Museum Shows Western Art – Despite the Islamic Republic’s condemnation of Western culture, the Tehran Museum of Contemporary Art has pulled from storage …

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CO*LAB Gallery / RPK Architects

CO*LAB Gallery / RPK Architects © Adam Borman + 25 Split Split Facebook Twitter post Pinterest Whatsapp or https://www.archdaily.com/987062/co-star-lab-gallery-rpk-architects © Adam Borman Text description of the architects. Located in a currently underserved neighborhood, the CO*LAB (Community Arts Laboratory) adapts a modest existing building into an important piece of infrastructure for the local arts community. With …

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