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Elementary School Art Teacher Named ExCel Winner in Clark Co.

(WHAS11)--Art teacher Cathy Gruninger, who teaches 750 students in two elementary schools, has been named the ExCel Award winner and teacher of the year in the Greater Clark County School system. Gruninger splits her teaching time between Bridgepoint Elementary and Thomas Jefferson Elementary, where she has two full classrooms and teaches every student in both schools. Gruninger said that in a ...

Tennessee man breaks into civil rights museum, then falls asleep

A man looks at the Lorraine Motel, which is now a part of the National Civil Rights Museum, where Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was assassinated in Memphis A Tennessee man looking for a place to sleep found a bed at the Lorraine Motel in Memphis, where the Rev. Martin Luther King was shot and killed in 1968. But the motel is now part of the National Civil Rights Museum, and Dexter Anderson, 33, was arrested as he slept Tuesday night in room 308 after a security officer called police to report a break in. Rooms 306 and 308 of the Lorraine Motel were booked by King's group at the time of his assassination, and have since been preserved behind glass as permanent exhibits in the museum, which traces the movement from slavery through the late 20th century. Anderson, of Memphis, was charged with vandalism and criminal trespass, Memphis police Sergeant Alyssa Macon-Moore said.


Sotheby's says strong art sales boosted 1Q revenue

Sotheby's, the auction house engaged in a dispute with its largest shareholder, says strong art sales helped boost its first-quarter revenue. The company is trying to shake off criticism launched last ...

Three-day elementary students art show in Burlington

Students will be showcasing their artistic prowess to the public next week. The Halton District School Board is presenting its 11th annual Halton Elementary Art Show, Elements and Expressions, from Wednesday, April 30–Friday, May 2.

Sotheby's Reports Preliminary First Quarter 2014 Results

NEW YORK -- Sotheby's today reported preliminary, unaudited financial results for the first quarter ended 31 March 2014.

Jodie Foster weds artist Alexandra Hedison

FILE - In this Aug. 7, 2013 file photo, Jodie Foster arrives at the world premiere of "Elysium" at the Regency Village Theater, in Los Angeles. A representative for the Oscar-winning actress confirms that Foster wed girlfriend Alexandra Hedison over the weekend. Publicist Jennifer Allen offered no other details Wednesday, April 23, 2014. (Photo by Matt Sayles/Invision/AP, file) LOS ANGELES (AP) — Jodie Foster is a married woman.


32nd Ann Boyd Wade Fine Art and Photography Show

The Willcox Art League will be holding its 32nd annual Ann Boyd Wade Fine Art and Photography Show on Friday, April 25 (10 a.m. - 7 p.m.); Saturday, April 26 (10 a.m. - 5 p.m.) and Sunday, April 27 (1

39th Mobridge Area Art Show opens Saturday

By Travis Svihovec The 39th Annual Mobridge Area Art Show is April 26 and 27 at Scherr-Howe Event Center in Mobridge. The show is open from noon to 5 p.m. both days. Adult and student work will be judged, and special exhibitors will have non-judged display booths. There is no admission charge but donations will […]

Broadway Bummer: The Play’s Not the Thing

Three end-of-the-season disappointments: The Velocity of Autumn , Act One and Casa Valentina

Clive Davis Reveals Why He's Reviving 'My Fair Lady' on Broadway (Guest Column)

The legendary music executive explains how his "frustration" with "The Producers," "Hairspray" and "The Book of Mormon" led to his renewed interest in "the greatest musical of all time." read more

Art Cashin warns: S&P could drop 2% soon

Art Cashin of UBS Financial Services tells CNBC's Mary Thompson why the S&P could fall all the way back to 1840.

Forgery case rattles modern art world

Spanish art dealer Jose Carlos Bergantiños Diaz helped persuade wealthy buyers to shell out millions of dollars for works he claimed famous masters of modern art had painted.

PRG's Fred Gallo Receives the Third Annual 'Backstage Legends and Masters' Award

NEW YORK, April 23, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Production Resource Group, LLC. (PRG) extended warmest congratulations this week to Fred Gallo, President of PRG's scenic services division on receipt of the Backstage Legends and Masters Award. The Broadway Technical Theatre History Project at Purchase College–SUNY honored the industry renowned technical supervisor on Monday evening, April 21st in a ...

Fakes! Forgeries stun art world

MADRID — Spanish art dealer Jose Carlos Bergantiños Diaz helped persuade wealthy buyers to shell out millions of dollars for works he claimed famous masters of modern art had painted. But in reality, U.S. authorities allege, the works he sold …

Art teachers exhibit work at Bamboozle Cafe

SOUTH TAMPA — Area art educators are sharing their creativity, expressed through pen and ink, pointillism, watercolors and oils, during a Hillsborough Art Education Association Member’s Show.

Art teachers exhibit work at Bamboozle Cafe

SOUTH TAMPA — Area art educators are sharing their creativity, expressed through pen and ink, pointillism, watercolors and oils, during a Hillsborough Art Education Association Member’s Show.

Memorial Art Show Planned For Late Gwar Frontman Dave Brockie

MF Gallery in Brooklyn, NY has announced that they will be hosting a special memorial art show in honor of the late frontman of Gwar Dave Brockie, a.k.a. Oderus Urungus

Frieze art fair 2013: 10 things to see

From a retrospective by art's king of pop, Jeff Koons, to a video laying bare the porn industry, via a collection of Matisse masterpieces, here's what to seek out at Frieze 1) Shiny happy people No one sums up big-money art-fair glamour like Jeff Koons . The pop-art superstar and master of shiny surfaces shows key works from the last two decades here. Expect his Sacred Heart , wrapped in blue ...

Kinky Boots Touring Shows Bring the Award Winning Musical from Broadway in New York to 23 Cities in 2014 and 2015

Kinky Boots tickets for both their New York Broadway run as well as the new national tour may be purchased at KinkyBootsTouring.com from Financial Firebird Corporation. New road shows include touring performances in Las Vegas, Tempe, San Diego, Portland, Denver, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Costa Mesa, Detroit, Des Moines, Houston, Durham, Charlotte, Cleveland, Buffalo, Philadelphia, Rochester ...

Harris channels 'Hedwig' when audience acts unruly

NEW YORK (AP) — Neil Patrick Harris knows that his character Hedwig speaks directly to the audience throughout his Broadway show, "Hedwig and the Angry Inch." So he understands how things can sometimes get unruly.

27th Annual Plaquemine Bank Art Alert Art Show winners announced

PLAQUEMINE - The Plaquemine Bank and Trust Company hosted the 27th annual "Art Alert" Art Show open to all natives and current residents of Iberville and West Baton Rouge Parishes on Thursday, April 10.

Warhol’s Riots to Calder’s Fish Fuel $500 Million Auction

Major works by Francis Bacon, Andy Warhol and Mark Rothko are set to fuel Christie's auction of postwar and contemporary art in New York next month with a target of $500 million. The 72-lot evening sale on May 13 has at least 10 works estimated at $20 million or more, according to the privately held auction house. It will also feature 14 pieces from the estate of major Chicago art collectors ...

Civic Duty Supports Art Show/Fundraiser – Featuring Performance Artist David Garibaldi – for Leukemia Society

Civic Duty, cofounded by Julian Omidi and Dr. Michael Omidi, is donating to the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society’s Man and Woman of the Year campaigns. Those in the Sacramento area are invited to also support this worthy charity by attending a special art auction and show with performance painter David Garibaldi on April 24, 2014, with all proceeds going to help fund new research in hopes of curing ...

Mila Kunis Shows Off Growing Baby Bump, Kourtney Kardashian Wears Bootylicious Swimsuit: Top Stories

Pregnant Mila Kunis shows off her growing baby bump while exploring New Orleans with fiance Ashton Kutcher . Plus, Kourtney Kardashian struts her stuff in a bootylicious swimsuit in Las Vegas: See Us Weekly 's top stories from Tuesday, April 22, in the daily roundup.

Budget Las Vegas: how to save on Sin City fun

As countless amateur gamblers and weekend partiers have learned the hard way, the cash we spend in Vegas stays in Vegas. But even as Sin City increasingly caters to high rollers with plush new rooms, top-notch entertainment and gourmet restaurants, a trip to Las Vegas can still be surprisingly inexpensive — if you play your cards right.

Japanese tattoo art show explores the craft and its future

The Japanese as a culture has long been noted for its appreciation of beauty, but that does not necessarily extend to the art of tattoo. While tattoo is considered an art form almost everywhere around the globe, it is associated with organized crime by the Japanese and is illegal in many places in Japan.

Big name shows for Broadway in Richmond season

The 2014-2015 Broadway In Richmond Season will include a season of popular shows including 'The Book of Mormon," which will open the season. It will run for a limited one-week engagement November 4-9. The season also will include, "Million Dollar Quartet," "Sister Act,", "Chicago the Musical," and "Memphis."All productions will be held at the Altria Theater (formerly the Landmark Theater.)

Morphy Auctions Brings Iconic American Advertising and Antique Toys to The Finest in Two Exceptional Auctions

OMAHA, Neb., April 22, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- The Finest (www.thefinest.com), a sophisticated online Marketplace for fine art and rare memorabilia, has partnered with Morphy Auctions to provide live online bidding for two fantastic auctions. Morphy Auctions' May 3 Spring Toy Auction will highlight more than 900 antique toys including seldom-seen marbles and rare banks.

Watch Art Cashin: Why stocks may reach new highs

Art Cashin of UBS Financial Services tells CNBC's Mary Thompson why today's rally could put the S&P into record territory.

Daniel Loeb keeps up pressure on Sotheby's

Daniel Loeb, the lightening-rod hedge-fund manager, continued his assault on Sotheby's this week with a letter to the art auction house's shareholders asking them to vote for a new slate of board members that would include Loeb himself.

Cosmopolitan taps MIA, Keith Urban for summer shows

The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas announced separate shows featuring M.I.A. on May 31 and Keith Urban on Aug. 31.

10 things to know about Vegas

Not many cities evoke as many instant associations as Las Vegas.

Art Festival ready to go for Mother’s Day weekend

Artisan treasures on display for show and sale during the upcoming Dunwoody Art Festival will cover two city blocks. This year’s event will also feature craft stations, food and activities including the popular “Chairs for Charity” auction.

Colonial School District to make its mark with annual art show

As they planned 2014’s Colonial School District Art Show, organizers decided to emphasize how CSD’s art curriculum “allows students to use their artistic abilities, their critical thinking and problem-solving skills to make their personal mark on the world.”

St. Edmond hosts elementary art show

St. Edmond Catholic School launched its Elementary Art Show Monday. The school's elementary gymnasium was filled with works in multiple media from its students from pre-kindergarten to fifth grade.

Woman showcases artists with disabilities

Escondido resident Marty Tiedeman has presented 'DreamAbility' art show for 17 years

Art Van buying rest of World of Floors

Art Van Furniture is purchasing the remaining half of World of Floors and moving the company headquarters into its own in Warren.

Growing Sales for ‘Beautiful’ and ‘Rocky’ on Broadway

Both new musicals grossed more than $1 million for the first time last week.

Boy sneaks onto Vegas flight

A flight to America's adult playground, Las Vegas, had an unusual passenger last week: a 9-year-old boy traveling on his own, apparently without a ticket.

Exhibit recreates Warhol's 1964 World's Fair mural

This April 1964 photo provided by The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, Inc. shows a 20x20 foot mural depicting mug shots of the NYPD’s 13 most-wanted criminals by Andy Warhol, mounted on the curved facade of the New York State Pavilion at the 1964 New York World’s Fair in the Queens borough of New York. The fair celebrated “The World of Tomorrow,” but Warhol may have been ahead of his time. His monumental piece commissioned specifically for the fair was deemed too edgy for the family-friendly event and painted over just before opening day. Now, 50 years later, the work is the focus of a museum exhibition being staged on the very fairgrounds where the pop-art provocateur was infamously censored. (AP Photo/The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, Inc./Artists Rights Society) NEW YORK (AP) — Even for a 1964 New York World's Fair that celebrated "The World of Tomorrow," Andy Warhol may have been ahead of his time.


How Jewish artists built Broadway

A US documentary asserts that the Broadway musical is almost an exclusively Jewish creation. But is it useful to look at art in this way? A US documentary shown in Britain last week advanced the fascinating – and potentially sensitive – argument that the Broadway musical is almost exclusively a Jewish creation. Broadway Musicals: A Jewish Legacy , a 90-minute film made by Michael Kantor for the ...

Art Center College of Design students showcase their work

With annual graduation exhibit, designer Tim Flattery offers Art Center College of Design seniors a chance to impress top employers. Jonathan Lee stood by the large prints of Ein Liz, a female action figure he'd spent the better part of a year creating. The Art Center College of Design senior hoped his pieces would catch the eye of one of the hundreds of possible employers who would inspect ...

Las Vegas Monorail Carries 60 Millionth Passenger

LAS VEGAS, April 18, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- The Las Vegas Monorail Company transported its 60 millionth rider yesterday, with the lucky rider receiving a Las Vegas gift package including a weekend stay, souvenirs and tickets to iconic Las Vegas shows and attractions. Steve Riley from San Diego, CA had the good fortune to be the 60 millionth rider through the fare gates Thursday afternoon, while ...

Christie's holds first art auction in India

Works by six Indian 'national treasures' among 83 lots in Mumbai auction, as Christie's tries to tap into growing market Christie's is holding its first art auction in India on Thursday, aiming to tap into the budding market for prestige purchasing among the country's fast-growing ranks of millionaires. The inaugural sale of 83 lots in Mumbai features paintings from the private collection of one ...

Manuscript of Rachmaninoff's Symphony No. 2 set for London sale

By Michael Roddy LONDON (Reuters) - An autograph manuscript score of Sergei Rachmaninoff's Symphony No. 2 that had been presumed lost for half a century will be sold at auction in May, Sotheby's said on Thursday. The pre-sale estimate for the manuscript of one of the most important compositions in the Russian romantic repertoire is between 1 million and 1.5 million pounds ($1.68-2.52 million), the auction house said in a press release. The manuscript of the symphony, which had its premiere in 1908 in St Petersburg with the composer conducting, had been on loan to the British Museum for the past 10 years from the Tabor Foundation, which is also a sponsor of the Leeds International Piano Competition. Sotheby's, in an emailed statement, would not comment on whether the manuscript was being placed for auction by the foundation, saying only it was being sold by "an anonymous consignor".

Artist in profile: TÃLÃ

TÃLÃ Producer and singer TÃLÃ was heard on the T.Williams track "On My Own," sparking interest for her first solo tracks. Those have come out in quick succession -- the more recent, "Serbia," came out this past week -- and she'll soon be releasing a debut EP of her eclectic electronica. What we know about TÃLÃ: she is a London-based producer of Iranian descent who grew up in the 90s to the sounds of classical music, hip hop, R&B and computer game soundtracks. She was first heard last year when she lent vocals to T.Williams's "On My Own." After recently signing to Aesop, she now has an EP on the way.


Nigerian museum 'X-rays' Anatsui at 70

Ghanian born renowned sculptor Professor El Anatsui To mark the 70th birthday of one of Africa's most accomplished living artists, a Lagos museum chose to focus on pretty much anything but El Anatsui's globally renowned work. Instead, three decades of payslips from the University of Nigeria, where Anatsui has taught since 1975, are collected in a binder that hangs by a string in the centre of the room. "The objective was to X-ray the man" whose massive influence on African art is impossible to quantify, said Jude Anogwih, a curator at the Centre for Contemporary Art (CCA) in Lagos, where "El Anatsui: Playing with Chance". That was the year Anatsui first began working with the twist-off tops of liquor bottles, which, at his barn-sized workshop in southeast Nigeria, he flattens and manipulates into vast, brilliant tapestries, several of which have sold for nearly $1 million (720,000 euros).


Art is not a justification for discrimination

It is not a justification for discrimination. Recently, The Week's Matt Lewis argued that photographers, being artists, should have the right to not work at same-sex weddings based on freedom of expression grounds. The argument, essentially, is that while bakers may be subject to anti-discrimination laws, and thus barred from refusing service to same-sex weddings, artists like photographers ...

AAP takes art auction route to raise money

A handful of Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) sympathizers have helped the party mop up around Rs 18 lakh in just two days.

A gay artist will get his images on stamps in Finland

Finland's postal service will honor "Tom of Finland" with stamps taken from his work - homoerotic drawings of muscular men wearing tight, black leather uniforms, when they wear anything at all. The stamps, which will be issued in September, are based on the drawings of Touko Laaksonen, better known by the pseudonym "Tom of Finland," who split his time between Finland and California. "Tom of Finland is considered one of the most well-known Finnish artists around the world," Finnish postal service Itella said in a statement issued this week regarding Laaksonen, who died in 1991. "His emphatically masculine homoerotic drawings have attained iconic status in their genre and had an influence on, for instance, pop culture and fashion." Graphic artist Timo Berry, who designed the sheet of three stamps, said they portray a sensual life force and being proud of oneself.
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