Ronald Lauder’s house has been faithfully reproduced in the Neue Galerie along with his extensive private art holdings – 71Bait

What is it like to see Gustav Klimt’s icon? Portrait of Adele Bloch Bauer personally? For many, the answer exists only in their imagination. However, from November 11, 2022 to February 13, 2023, philanthropist Ronald Lauder is giving the public just that opportunity by showing his personal collection as it appears in his home – … Read more

Ronald Lauder’s house has been faithfully reproduced in the Neue Galerie along with his extensive private art holdings – 71Bait

What is it like to see Gustav Klimt’s icon? Portrait of Adele Bloch Bauer personally? For many, the answer exists only in their imagination. However, from November 11, 2022 to February 13, 2023, philanthropist Ronald Lauder is giving the public just that opportunity by showing his personal collection as it appears in his home – … Read more

Art in Qatar: New museums and exhibitions celebrate the region’s rich and diverse history – 71Bait

The arrival of the FIFA World Cup has prompted Qatar to produce an entirely new arts and culture programme, with brand new museums and exhibitions springing up across the country. All of this comes under the motto “Qatar Creates”, which clearly expresses the country’s intention: to solidify its role as a cultural hub in the … Read more

Art in Qatar: New museums and exhibitions celebrate the region’s rich and diverse history – 71Bait

The arrival of the FIFA World Cup has prompted Qatar to produce an entirely new arts and culture programme, with brand new museums and exhibitions springing up across the country. All of this comes under the motto “Qatar Creates”, which clearly expresses the country’s intention: to solidify its role as a cultural hub in the … Read more

The National Gallery gets caught up in controversy over decolonization – 71Bait

National Gallery of Canadahandouts What does a decolonized art museum look like? That was the kind of question indigenous curator Greg Hill asked at the National Gallery of Canada when he lost his job last week. He wanted to know what the gallery’s new Indigenous Ways and Decolonization department was doing to actually take Indigenous … Read more

The latest exhibits from the Bloomington Normal range – 71Bait

Bloomington-Normal galleries, museums Some cultural institutions are open or planning to reopen under the current COVID restrictions. Check with each facility for indoor, online, or outdoor programs. Face coverings, distancing and other guidelines apply in open facilities; see websites or call for more information. Angel Ambrose Fine Art Studio; 101 W. Monroe St. Suite 201, … Read more

Friday calendar 11/25/22 | Make – 71Bait

Cheyenne and Laramie counties Taylor Scott’s Turkey Jam @ The Lincoln – Nov. 25, 8 p.m. – 11 p.m. $20. Cheyenne native Taylor Scott returns with some friends for a weekend holiday party. Turkey Jam brings together the Taylor Scott Band, Float Like A Buffalo and the Josh Gonzales Band for a community event benefiting … Read more

The latest exhibits from the Bloomington Normal range – 71Bait

Bloomington-Normal galleries, museums Some cultural institutions are open or planning to reopen under the current COVID restrictions. Check with each facility for indoor, online, or outdoor programs. Face coverings, distancing and other guidelines apply in open facilities; see websites or call for more information. Angel Ambrose Fine Art Studio; 101 W. Monroe St. Suite 201, … Read more

Community Calendar Nov 25 – Dec 4, 2022 | – 71Bait

Calendar entries should be submitted for inclusion on the community calendar at least two weeks prior to an event. Wednesday 23 Nov Cooperstown Food Pantry, 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., 25 Church St., Cooperstown. Call 607-547-8902 in advance to pick up the order. Serving the residents of northern Otsego County. Food Pantry, 10 a.m. to … Read more

MSSU Division Receives $10,000 Grant for African Art Collection | local news – 71Bait

Missouri Southern State University’s African art collection, which includes more than 300 works by various tribes from across Central Africa, will be maintained with a recent grant to the Department of Art and Design. The $10,000 grant from the National Endowment for Humanities will be used for equipment purchases, disaster supplies, safety upgrades, a consultation … Read more