26MAY 2016
Plains Art Museum

Plains Art Museum

Mission Plains Art Museum connects art, artists, and audiences to foster creative, resilient, and welcoming communities. Vision We envision communities where people are engaged in the creative process, and value and support the contribution of art and artists. Values Learning We respect the knowledge and experiences that visitors bring to the museum, providing an environment…

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24MAY 2016
Question Mark Clip Art

Question Mark Clip Art

Royalty Free Illustration of an orange man holding a giant question mark. My favorite illustrations are ones like these…symbols of inquiry and pursuit of knowledge, exploration of mysteries and puzzles, consideration of concepts and ideas. Children are known for asking the most questions. They question everything. No stone is left unturned as they understand the great world…

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22MAY 2016
Fine Arts Building Chicago

Fine Arts Building Chicago

Frank Lloyd Wright once had an office in the Fine Arts Building. Did You Know The building sits next to the Auditorium Theatre in the South Loop and is home to many music and piano stores from the late 19th century. The Fine Arts building is home to some of the last remaining manually operated passenger elevators in the city. In 1883, the Studebaker Carriage Company planned…

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20MAY 2016
Religious Wall Art

Religious Wall Art

Graham & Brown Metallic Forest Canvas Art 5 stars Very pretty picture! Pros: great value Cons: none - Michelle in North Royalton, OH Another Keuka Sunrise by Steve Ainsworth Canvas Art 5 stars It was shipped very quickly and I was very happy with it. It doesn t come with any hardware, so you will have to do it yourself. I bought the largest size and it looks great…

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18MAY 2016
Fine Arts Museums

Fine Arts Museums

Colin Bailey resigns after less than two years in the city. Photo: Lacy Atkins / SFC Colin Bailey and Willie Brown at the 2015 Mid-Winter Gala presented by Dior on March 27, 2015 at the Legion of Honor. Photo: Drew Altizer Photography/SF Wire, Drew Altizer Photography Alan Wintermute (left) and his partner, Fine Arts Museums Director Colin Bailey. Photo: Catherine Bigelow Blossom…

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16MAY 2016
Easter Arts and Crafts

Easter Arts and Crafts

Easter Game: Egg Bocce In this version of the classic Italian lawn-bowling game, the object is to see which player can get his egg closest to the pallino,or in this case, a plain white egg. Each kid should get two hard-boiled eggs that are the same color. To begin the game, one player throws the pallino underhand across the yard. Then that same player rolls or tosses one of…

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14MAY 2016
White House Clip Art

White House Clip Art

“The White House isn’t simply a home to First Families or meeting space for world leaders, it’s also known as ‘The People’s House, ’ a place that should be open to everyone… Thousands of people have walked these halls and gazed at the artwork. They’ve examined the portraits of Washington, Lincoln, and Kennedy. They’ve imagined the history that’s unfolded here. And now you can…

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12MAY 2016
Butler Institute of American Art

Butler Institute of American Art

Host Your Next Event at the Butler Institute of American Art! Are you looking for that perfect place to hold an elegant reception, a cocktail party, an important dinner, a retirement party, or any other event in which an impressive location is of supreme importance? The beautiful Butler Institute of American Art in Youngstown, Ohio, is a location that will make any event memorable…

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10MAY 2016
Arts and Crafts style Homes

Arts and Crafts style Homes

The term Arts and Crafts refers to the early 19th-century British and American movement to revive handicrafts. The movement was also the inspiration behind the Craftsman and bungalow styles. English reformer William Morris was one of the founders of the Arts and Crafts Movement in the late 1880s. Tired of excessive Victorian architecture and the machine-driven Industrial…

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08MAY 2016
Pasadena Art Center

Pasadena Art Center

(stylized as ArtCenter) is a nonprofit, private college located in Pasadena, California. History [edit] Art Center College of Design was founded in 1930 in downtown Los Angeles as the Art Center School. In 1935, Fred R. Archer founded the photography department, and Ansel Adams was a guest instructor in the late 1930s. During and after World War II, Art Center ran a technical…

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06MAY 2016
Sandler Center for the Performing Arts

Sandler Center for the Performing Arts

Established in 2007. In recent years, Virginia Beach has developed a strong and growing market for the performing arts, and the demand has increased tremendously as more visitors, residents, and businesses are drawn to the area. In 2001, existing regional facilities were limited, lacking the optimal size, quality, and functionality to meet the needs of current and potential…

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04MAY 2016
Lawndale Art Center

Lawndale Art Center

The Lawndale Artist Studio Program is generously supported by the John P. McGovern Foundation, The Cullen Foundation, The Brown Foundation, Inc., Houston Endowment, Inc. and Texas Commission on the Arts. The Lawndale Artist Studio Program is part of Lawndale’s ongoing commitment to support the creation of contemporary art by Gulf Coast area artists. With an emphasis on emerging…

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02MAY 2016
Modell Performing Arts Center

Modell Performing Arts Center

4/18/14 comedy show featuring Gabriel Iglesias. Quickly on the show.FABULOUS.it opened with 3 other comedians and all were funny. IF.you see FLUFFY live know that he is family friendly but the other comedians **NOT** so much. With that being said, there were more then a handful of kids at the show well behaved from what I can see but I am certain some of the topics were awkward…

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30APR 2016
Museum of Arts and Design NYC

Museum of Arts and Design NYC

General: $16 Seniors: $14 Students: $12 Members: FREE 18 and under: FREE. This does not include groups Group Rate (8 or more): $12 All groups must make reservations, including during Pay-What-You-Wish hours. KLM Thursdays from 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm: Pay-What-You-Wish Guided Gallery Tours MAD s volunteer docent corps lead lively discussion-based visits to museum highlights; available…

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28APR 2016
Appleton Museum of Art

Appleton Museum of Art

Organized by the Appleton Museum of Art, this exhibition focuses on three artists currently creating exquisite expressions in wood or about wood. Chuck Sharbaugh is a master artisan who creates beautifully-crafted cabinets with marquetry inlay in the Arts and Crafts style, a tradition that stretches back to the Renaissance. Eric Serritella is an award-winning ceramicist who…

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26APR 2016
Michaels Arts and Crafts Hours

Michaels Arts and Crafts Hours

Michaels - 19 Photos - Arts Crafts - Emeryville, CA - Reviews - Yelp

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24APR 2016
Cleveland Art Institute

Cleveland Art Institute

The Cleveland Institute of Art Cinematheque is one of the country’s best repertory movie theaters, proclaimed by The New York Times. Founded in 1986, the alternative film theater shows art, independent, and foreign films as well as revived classics. The Cinematheque offers discounted tickets to all CIA students and contributes to the richness of the college’s public programming…

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