The exhibition at the Arizona Museum marks the end of de Kooning’s painting saga people / world – 71Bait

PHOENIX (AP) – After a multi-million dollar painting by Willem de Kooning was brazenly stolen from an Arizona museum in 1985, staff clung to hope that it would someday turn up. But no one could have foreseen that “Woman Ocher” would find its way back through the kindness of strangers in a neighboring state. “I … Read more

The exhibition at the Arizona Museum marks the end of de Kooning’s painting saga – 71Bait

PHOENIX — After a multi-million dollar painting by Willem de Kooning was brazenly stolen from an Arizona museum in 1985, staff clung to the hope that it would someday turn up. But no one could have foreseen that “Woman Ocher” would find its way back through the kindness of strangers in a neighboring state. “I … Read more

The exhibition at the Arizona Museum marks the end of de Kooning’s painting saga – 71Bait

PHOENIX (AP) – After a multi-million dollar painting by Willem de Kooning was brazenly stolen from an Arizona museum in 1985, staff clung to hope that it would someday turn up. But no one could have foreseen that “Woman Ocher” would find its way back through the kindness of strangers in a neighboring state. “I … Read more

Gustavus Adolphus exhibits combine with conference theme | local news – 71Bait

Current exhibitions in the two gallery rooms of the Gustavus Adolphus College tie in with the theme of the Nobel Conference 58 on Wednesday and Thursday: mental health, (in)justice and young people.” The Shepherd Gallery“Are You Alright? I’m Not, And That’s Alright” features work by Gustavus students enrolled in the Critical Questions in Art course … Read more

Ucross opens art gallery with alumni show | local news – 71Bait

UCROSS – Ucross, the artist-in-residence program in northern Wyoming, announced Monday that it will reopen Ucross Art Gallery on November 4 with a new exhibition titled Time, Mark, Memory: Ucross at 40. The public is invited to the opening reception on November 4 at 6 p.m The gallery, which was closed for 12 months to … Read more

Samantha Fast talks about favorite artworks, dream museums and all that UAHA has to offer – 71Bait

Samantha Fast is a senior at Florida State University (FSU) with a major in art history and museology. Outside of her classes, she practices at the FSU Museum of Fine Arts and is co-president of the Undergraduate Art History Association (UAHA). This week I got to sit down with her and talk about art, museology … Read more

Smithsonian National Museum of Asian Art Announces “Freer’s Global Network: Artists, Collectors, and Dealers.” – 71Bait

The National Museum of Asian Art presents Freer’s Global Network: Artists, Collectors, and Dealers, a groundbreaking exhibition that sheds new light on Freer Gallery of Art founder Charles Lang Freer. The exhibition opens on October 15 – just before the start of the museum’s centenary celebrations – and is still ongoing. An innovative … Read more

Members-only art collectors club launching in Detroit with “mystery work” by local artists | Art Stories & Interviews | Detroit – 71Bait

click to enlarge Bre’ann White/ Photo courtesy Left to right: Amna Asghar, Dejha Carrington, Judy Bowman and Darryl DeAngelo Terrell at a pre-launch for Commissioner Detroit. Would you be willing to spend $1,000 on an art collection you couldn’t see before if it meant supporting local artists? This is how the commissioner of the art … Read more

Community Calendar: 24th-27th September 2022 | community – 71Bait

Saturday Bainbridge The Monarchs, 7 p.m., Town Hall Theatre, 15 N. Main St. For information: www.jerichoarts.com Bloomville Penny Social, 2 p.m., St. Paul’s Church, 464 River St. Door prizes, gift baskets, goodie bags. Proceeds benefit the Bloomville Food Pantry. Those bringing non-perishable groceries will receive a free gift basket ticket. Cherry Valley Kite Festival, 9am, … Read more

Community Calendar: December 23-26 September 2022 | community – 71Bait

Friday Cherry Valley Kite Festival, 6 p.m., Old School Gym, Genesee Street. Info: www.cvartworks.org/kite-festival Red Cross Blood Drive, 12pm-6.30pm, Bassett Hall, 1 Atwell Road. For appointments and information: 800-733-2767, redcrossblood.org cobblestones High School Day, 9 a.m. to 12 p.m., SUNY Cobleskill. For information: www.cobleskill.edu Delhi Kirk Thrift Shoppe, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., First Presbyterian … Read more