The intersection between literature and other creative arts is at the center of two new exhibitions in London and Hampshire. Until September 11, 2022, Inspired: Art inspired by theatre, literature and music is a new free exhibition at London’s Guildhall Art Gallery on the site of the capital’s Roman amphitheater.
By Gina Gotsill Bay City News Foundation The astronaut costume at the entrance to David Huffman’s “Terra Incognita” show, on view through September 18 at the African Diaspora Museum, is the first clue that we are no longer in San Francisco. We’re in the land of the Traumanauts, Huffman’s iconic
Based in Connecticut, Studio Art Quilt Associates, Inc. (SAQA) is a national, nonprofit arts association dedicated to the elevation and promotion of art quilt, that is, designs sewn that work as visual art, not just the this ‘n’ that of grandma’s patchwork quilts (not that there’s anything wrong with that!)
Since 2014, the Scan the World community project has been on a mission to make 3D printable art accessible to people around the world. Hosted on the Google Arts & Culture platform, it provides access to artifacts from around the world, making culture more accessible. Recently, Scan the World signed
NoHi will showcase the culinary and artistic talents of Akron public school students with a showcase of creative and culinary arts students from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. Wednesday at 778 S. Main St. in the North Hill neighborhood of Akron. Students from the Buchtel Community Learning Center’s Culinary Program
I clipped an interesting article from the St. Louis Post Dispatch a few months ago that referenced the Poster House museum in New York and was shocked to find that it’s the only museum in the United States dedicated to the poster art. Courtney Lichterman, special editor for The Washington