25JUN 2016
November Clip Art

November Clip Art

Bring life and color to your newsletters with Education World s library of free clipart. Clipart is offered for each month of the school year. Public or private school educators can simply copy and past the clipart into school newsletters, flyers, or Web pages. For school use only! Want to use one of these pieces of art in your next school newsletter? Just follow the instructions…

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23JUN 2016
Mirrored Wall Art

Mirrored Wall Art

Discover World Market’s assortment of affordable wall art and decor from around the world. We offer an array of hanging mirrors, clocks, wall storage units, chalkboards, photo frames, vintage-inspired posters, metal signs, paintings and more. Express your personal style and create a living space that is uniquely you with our hand-picked selection. Spruce up your bedroom, living…

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21JUN 2016
Childrens Museum of the Arts

Childrens Museum of the Arts

A nonprofit arts facility that brings hands-on art programming to children throughout New York City. Our staff of practicing teaching artists guide and mentor young artists ages 10 months to 15 years through fun and advanced art projects, ranging in a variety of techniques and mediums. General Admission Ages 1-65: $12 Seniors (65+): Pay As You Wish Ages Under 1: FREE Members:…

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19JUN 2016
Higley Center for the Performing Arts

Higley Center for the Performing Arts

The Higley Center for the Performing Arts offers a complete season of touring national and international acts of interest to all age groups. We have two performance spaces; a 1235 seat Concert Hall and a 186 seat Little Theater. Currently we present 3 different series including the Main Stage Series, the World of Music Series and the Family Series. We also have a very active…

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17JUN 2016
Luckman Fine Arts Complex

Luckman Fine Arts Complex

The Luckman Fine Arts Complex at Cal State L.A. stands at the gateway to the San Gabriel Valley. Patrons experience music, dance, theatre, visual arts, and film in a lovely, relaxed setting. Easily accessible from the 10 and 710 freeways, or from the Pasadena area via surface streets. The Luckman Theatre seats 1, 152 patrons and features one of the largest stages in Los Angeles…

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15JUN 2016
Line Design Art

Line Design Art

The materials you need for this project are good drawing paper(9x12but could be done any size), Sharpie Marker, and your choice of media(see the bottom of this post for some ideas). Start with a gentle curve line across the paper. Don t go too crazy hilly with the lineit will make it difficult in the steps that are to come! Place eight dots on the line spaced at different distances…

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13JUN 2016
Haunted House Clip Art

Haunted House Clip Art

In the October issue of Martha Stewart Living, I found these DIY Haunted House treat bags that can be also used as party decor. We are having a few of our son’s friends over soon, and I made around 10 of the bags to be used as part of the centerpiece around our table. When it’s time to go, each guest will get a bag filled with candy as a party favor. So easy and sure to be…

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11JUN 2016
Calendar Clip Art

Calendar Clip Art

Daily Doodles also look perfect displayed on Clipart (see below) for ease of swapping month to month. Months White Stickers CLIPART Introducing Clipart, the newest trend in showcasing and highlighting your monthly calendars, scrapbook pages, and more! Standard office products just got a cheery new makeover with our over-sized clipboards in 8 brilliant colors and finishes, designed…

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09JUN 2016
Institute of Contemporary Art, Philadelphia

Institute of Contemporary Art, Philadelphia

The Experience Ever since Andy Warhol and his entourage caused a near-riot here in 1965, the ICA has been shaking up the city with shows revealing the hottest and coolest trends in contemporary art. The ICA has led the way with the first-ever museum shows of Warhol, Laurie Anderson, Agnes Martin, Robert Indiana and other influential artists. The wide-open spaces and ultra-high…

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07JUN 2016
Real Fine Arts

Real Fine Arts

Venue: Real Fine Arts, New York Full gallery of images, press release and link available after the jump. Images: Images courtesy of Real Fine Arts, New York. Press Release: Real Fine Arts is pleased to present an exhibition of a new work by Yuji Agematsu. This is Agematsu’s second solo project at the gallery. The exhibition’s single, multi-part sculpture is comprised of 365…

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05JUN 2016
Art Clips

Art Clips

When? I don’t know. The blog post makes it sounds as if it’s already gone, but I’m still seeing all of the clip art — both photos and line art. How about you? Also, the post says, “Customers can still add images to their documents, presentations, and other files that they have saved to their devices.” Maybe the Clip Art gallery will continue on as long as you use an existing…

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03JUN 2016
New York Clip Art

New York Clip Art

The New York ClipArt gallery includes 362 illustrations in 6 galleries related to the Empire State. Illustrations include the Capitol at Albany, scenic views, buildings, and famous landmarks. The Buildings and Monuments of New York ClipArt gallery includes 117 views of buildings, bridges, monuments, and other man-made structures in New York state. The Events in New York History…

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01JUN 2016
Arts and Crafts Projects

Arts and Crafts Projects

Happy weekend! When s the last time you had a craft night with your friends? It s been a while for us, and this list has left us feeling super inspired and excited to have one. So gather up your girlfriends, get some refreshments, and make something fun! This list is extra awesome because each project can be completed for under $10. Let s start with these cute fabric-lined…

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30MAY 2016
Seattle Academy of Arts and Sciences

Seattle Academy of Arts and Sciences

SAAS consists of six main buildings: the Temple building (the school still shares the same building with the Temple De Hirsch-Sinai), which houses the middle school; the Vanderbilt Building, the core of the Upper School; the Arts Center, which houses all math and art classes; the Gym, complete with a weight room, multiple exercise machines, and a basketball court (SAAS s gym…

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28MAY 2016
Darien Lake Performing Arts Center

Darien Lake Performing Arts Center

From the NY State Thruway (I-90) take Exit 48A. Turn right onto Route 77. Continue on Route 77 for five miles. Parking The cost of general admission parking is included in the price of your concert ticket. Please show your concert ticket as you enter the Theme Park parking lot (entrance located off Route 77). Parking for guests with disabilities near the main entrance gate…

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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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