“Pride of Yokosuka”: The museum explores the history of the United States and Japan through the “Sukajan” fashion – 71Bait

Numerous souvenir jackets called “Sukajan” are carefully draped on the walls of the Yokosuka Museum of Art this month, ranging from vintage clothing from the 1950s to modern designer fashions. (Akifumi Ishikawa/Stars and Stripes) Embroidered images of imposing dragons and fearsome tigers, often accented by falling cherry blossoms or images of Mount Fuji, await at … Read more

A History of Generative Art’ – 71Bait

Phillips has announced the Ex-Machina: A History of Generative Art exhibition and online auction. Curated by Georg Bak, Ex-Machina illustrates the history of generative art, beginning in the 1950s with the pioneers of computer art through to today’s Nonfungible Token (NFT) generative artists. Featuring unreleased work by pioneers Vera Molnar, Hebert Franke, and Gottfried Jäger, … Read more

The University of Pennsylvania Libraries acquires archives from the Philadelphia Orchestra and the Academy of Music – 71Bait

Two prominent Philadelphia institutions join forces to bring the public access to an extraordinary historical collection. The University of Pennsylvania Libraries has acquired the Philadelphia Orchestra and Academy of Music archives under an agreement that will facilitate research and access to more than a century of Philadelphia’s rich musical history. “These archives are an invaluable … Read more

Alumni Profile: Piya (Mazumdar) Samant MS ’05, MBA ’14, Visual Artist | Announcements | news – 71Bait

WPI graduate and local artist Piya Samant MS ’05, MBA ’14 has an upcoming exhibition at the JMAC in Worcester December 7-21 with an opening reception on Friday December 16. Saffron Notes features oil paintings of South Asian women, depicting them in their fleeting moments of loneliness, beauty and self-esteem, free from societal encumbrances. Learn … Read more

History and art meet at the Colorful Jerusalem Drawing Biennale – 71Bait

To read more articles from The Media Line, click here. Abandoned Arab houses, stately Ottoman buildings and centuries-old printing presses – history, memory and art go hand in hand in the ancient city of Jerusalem. Since 2001, the Biennale for Drawing in Israel has celebrated the medium of drawing, showing how deeply intertwined the past … Read more

Tradition and Triumph: A breathtaking look at Japanese women artists – 71Bait

From November 13, 2022 to May 13, 2023, the Denver Art Museum is hosting the exhibition Her Brush: Japanese Women Artists from the Fong-Johnstone Collection. Many of these works will never have been shown before. In September 2021, the Denver Art Museum published Tradition and Triumph: Japanese Women Artists from the John Fong and Colin … Read more

First-year medical students recognize those who have donated their bodies to science – 71Bait

View larger image An ensemble of first-year medical students sings “Over the Rainbow” while their classmates listen. December 8, 2022 | First-year medical students at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences (UAMS) gathered Nov. 14 at the Fred Smith Auditorium for a ceremony honoring those who have donated their bodies to medical science. Thanks … Read more