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Viewing The Greatness of Studio Art Glass, the group show currently on view at Gallery 72, one has the sense of a beautifully designed art history textbook come to life.

Cat calls at Real Art Ways are part of the show

HARTFORD–Part social sculpture and part performance piece, Real Art Ways in Hartford has gone to the cats. The latest exhibit is called “Cats-in-Residence,” and it combines the works and sculptures of various artists and architects. But the real mission? Finding new homes for the cats that roam a giant cage on the gallery floor. “It’s a way […]

Art exhibition celebrates latest creations from Utah contemporary artists

Walking around looking at museum art might not be the first thing on kids' list of fun things to do. But what if, instead of...

Watch Art Cashin: Stocks get a Halloween treat

Art Cashin of UBS says stocks are surging after Japan delivers a double whammy of good news.

Behind the Brown Paper, Andrew Carmellini's Little Park Is All Contemporary Art and Cream Tones

Behind the Brown Paper, Andrew Carmellini's Little Park Is All Contemporary Art and Cream Tones A glimpse inside the very mid-century modern restaurant Carmellini will be opening at the Smyth Hotel next week. Andrew Carmellini has been very tight lipped about his new project in the Smyth Hotel, Little Park.


Local Graffiti Artist Filmed While Creating Stunning Mural for Saint Arnold

Local Graffiti Artist Filmed While Creating Stunning Mural for Saint Arnold Watch the making of a Saint Arnold mural from start to finish.


Art agenda: 'Modern Times' at the Rijksmusem, El Greco at the Met

View of "Toledo" by El Greco, part of the Met's exhibition of painter's works The Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, selects 400 historic images from its collection of over 20,000 20th century photographs, the New York Met prepares a nine-painting retrospective on Spanish Renaissance artist El Greco, and the De Young in San Francisco accommodates the Keith Haring show "A Political Line."


Art agenda: 'Modern Times' at the Rijksmusem, El Greco at the Met

The Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, selects 400 historic images from its collection of over 20,000 20th century photographs, the New York Met prepares a nine-painting retrospective on Spanish Renaissance artist El Greco, and the De Young in San Francisco accommodates the Keith Haring show "A Political Line."

Off-Broadway? There's an app for that

New York's theater industry embraces mobile technology to offer audiences richer interactive experiences on and off Broadway.

Off-Broadway's mobile act: How app upends theater

New York City's theater industry is embracing mobile technology as a way to offer audiences richer interactive experiences on and off Broadway.

Expectations high for record spending at New York art auctions

With a global pool of collectors competing for more than $1.5 billion worth of fine art, the city's top auction houses are expecting record values for trophy works at sales over the next two weeks. Sotheby's has the season's top lot, Alberto Giacometti's "Chariot," a 1951 bronze sculpture, which could set a record for the artist. "Given the $104.3 million achieved at Sotheby’s by Giacometti’s ...

Expectations high for record spending at New York art auctions

With a global pool of collectors competing for more than $1.5 billion worth of fine art, the city's top auction houses are expecting record values for trophy works at sales over the next two weeks. Sotheby's has the season's top lot, Alberto Giacometti's "Chariot," a 1951 bronze sculpture, which could set a record for the artist. "Given the $104.3 million achieved at Sotheby’s by Giacometti’s ...

Art auction for rehabilitating orphans across the country

Catalysts for Social Action (CSA) to host an art auction for rehabilitating orphans across the country

Artist Tracey Moffatt discusses new 'chat show' art work for Queensland Art Gallery/Gallery of Modern Art

In a rare interview, acclaimed artist Tracey Moffatt talks about a major exhibition exploring place and meaning.

Traveling art show set to open in Laramie in November

An art show commemorating Wyoming wilderness is scheduled to come to Laramie next month.

Sharing the View: Information Morning makes its final visit

After four years of travelling art exhibits and remote broadcasts, CBC Radio’s Information Morning is in Arisaig enjoying its last community visit. The Sharing the View Calendar and Art Auction in support of Feed Nova Scotia kicked off five years ago with 12 original paintings featuring the CBC studio on Sackville Street. Each year since then, Information Morning has invited four people to ...

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All weekend – “CITY BLOX” – Ends Nov. 9; Artworks the Galleria of Fine Art, Jefferson Pointe Shopping Center, 4110 W. Jefferson Blvd.; hours, 387-6943.

Deming art show donates money to Southwest New Mexico Transition Center, Wounded Warrior Project

Not all military veterans get a welcome home parade. Many return home scarred by the ravages of war and suffer from post traumatic stress disorder, finding it difficult to readjust to civilian life.

Detroit’s unexpected — and unexpectedly moving — outdoor art scene

Outdoor art installations are a window to a seldom-seen side of the Motor City: one full of hope.

Emily Carr, Lawren Harris works to go up for auction in Toronto

The Heffel Fine Art Auction House has revealed a collection of 142 lots for its live fall auction. Conservative estimates expect it will fetch $8 million to $11 million.  The highlights include five works by Emily Carr, including Totem Poles. The collection will also include five works from Jean Paul Riopelle and three works from Group of Seven artist Lawren Harris.

Jeff Koons Creates New Sculpture For Project Perpetual Benefit Auction

Paris-based art collector and philanthropist Svetlana Kuzmicheva-Uspenskaya founded the initiative Project Perpetual with the belief that creativity can motivate new ways of giving. “It’s the only power that’s capable of change,” said Kuzmicheva-Uspenskaya.

Why Las Vegas Sands’ position is unshakable in Macau

Las Vegas Sands’ main growth drivers include more efficient and affordable transportation infrastructure, a greater number of hotel rooms in Macao, and a rapidly expanding middle-class with growing disposable ...

Now The Arts District Has a New Coffee Shop with a Latin Bend

Now The Arts District Has a New Coffee Shop with a Latin Bend Makers & Finders uses seven methods of coffee prep, plus some Latin comfort foods.


A gallery so small it fits in a box: Annetta Kapon's Proxy

Over the decades, it seems that the art world has found ever more inventive places to stage shows. In the 1950s, L.A. curator Walter Hopps staged an exhibition on the Santa Monica Pier. In the early '90s, Swiss curator Hans Ulrich Obrist held a show in his northeast Switzerland kitchen. Italian...

Suge Knight to stay in Vegas jail through weekend

Rap music figure Marion "Suge" Knight had a Las Vegas traffic warrant reduced to a parking ticket on Thursday, but was returned in custody to the Clark County jail to await a Monday extradition hearing in a California...

Funeral museum rises again in death-fixated Vienna

Casts of people's body parts are on display at the Funeral Museum at Vienna's Central Cemetery on October 21, 2014 Just in time for Halloween on Friday and a weekend devoted to the dead, Vienna's unashamedly morbid Funeral Museum is now closer to the action: the Austrian capital's huge Central Cemetery. The stepped entrance to the subterranean museum takes people literally down into the underworld of undertakers from centuries past, "into the realm of the dead," museum director Helga Bock told AFP.


Music Review: Neil Young breaks out the orchestra

This CD cover image released by Reprise Records shows "Storytone," by Neil Young. (AP Photo/Reprise Records) Neil Young, "Storytone" (Reprise Records)


Suge Knight due in Vegas court on driving warrant

This Oct. 29, 2014 photo provided by the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department shows Marion "Suge" Knight. Knight and comedian Katt Williams were arrested and charged with robbery Wednesday, Oct. 29, 2014, after a celebrity photographer reported the men stole her camera last month.

Asian malls shore up Las Vegas Sands’ position

Las Vegas Sands Corp.'s (LVS) retail malls segment continued to reflect strong revenue growth in Q3 2014. Operating profit derived from these retail mall assets increased 19.6% year-over-year, to $131.9 ...

Film tells horrifying tale behind Louvre painting

In this photo taken Saturday, May 3, 2014, French actor Nathan Gabily, performing in the role of Theodore Gericault, left, makes a sketch of a model performing the role of Eugene Delacroix for the Raft of the Medusa in his studio, during the filming of The Raft of the Medusa documentary, in Rochefort, western France. It’s one of the most viewed works in the Louvre, yet few visitors know the horrifying real-life story behind “The Raft of the Medusa.” Now, a French documentary is to explore for the first time the little-known story behind the masterpiece that’s been hanging in the Louvre for nearly two centuries. (AP Photo/Francois Mori) PARIS (AP) — It's one of the most viewed works in the Louvre, yet few visitors know the horrifying real-life story behind "The Raft of the Medusa."


Jeff Koons Creates New Sculpture For Project Perptual Benefit Auction

Paris-based art collector and philanthropist Svetlana Kuzmicheva-Uspenskaya founded the initiative Project Perpetual with the belief that creativity can motivate new ways of giving. “It’s the only power that’s capable of change,” said Kuzmicheva-Uspenskaya.

Rare Jefferson letters go on display at NYC museum

NEW YORK (AP) — Twenty-one rarely seen letters by Thomas Jefferson have gone on display at the Museum of the City of New York.

COMMUNITY NEWS FOR THURSDAY, OCT. 30, 2014

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Las Vegas Sands’ solid performance in hotel segment

RevPAR is the most important of all the performance metrics used in the hotel industry. It captures both room rates and occupancy levels, giving information about how well a company fills its rooms, and ...

Spectrum Miami, ArtSpot International return to Wynwood for Art Week Miami

Redwood Media Group announced on Oct. 16 the return of its celebrated fine art show, Spectrum Miami featuring ArtSpot International Art Fair, from Wednesday, Dec. 3, to Sunday, Dec. 7, in the heart of the Wynwood Art District during Art Week Miami.

N.H. Art Association hold auction fundraiser and celebration

A fundraiser and prequel to the New Hampshire Art Association’s actual three-quarter-decade anniversary, "Celebrate 75 Years in the Arts," will end Nov. 1 with a gala event and lots of happy bidders.

Art in the Barn event will benefit equine rescue group

Equines, appetizers and artwork will entertain all during the annual Art in the Barn fundraiser for the Equine Rescue and Adoption Foundation.

‘Lion King’ cast members to donate talents to help raise money for AIDS

The touring Broadway cast of The Lion King usually takes Mondays off to rest. The coming Monday will be an exception. Although the musical blockbuster won’t be presented that evening, about 20 of the 50 Lion King cast members will nonetheless sing and dance — as part of a cabaret show to assist in the fight against AIDS.

A new life in art

Do you have items you would rather not throw away and perhaps a crafty side of yourself just waiting to be discovered?

Pulitzer Prize-winning poet Galway Kinnell dies

FILE - In this Feb. 16, 2003 file photo, Pulitzer Prize-winning poet Galway Kinnell, center, speaks out during a poetry reading at the First Congrational Church in Manchester, Vt. Kinnell, the Pulitzer Prize-winning poet who opened up American verse in the 1960s and beyond through his forceful, spiritual takes on the outsiders and underside of contemporary life, died of leukemia,Tuesday, Oct. 28, 2014 at his home in Sheffield, Vt. He was 87. (AP Photo/Alden Pellett, File) MONTPELIER, Vt. (AP) — Galway Kinnell, the Pulitzer Prize-winning poet who opened up American verse in the 1960s and beyond through his forceful, spiritual takes on the outsiders and underside of contemporary life, has died at age 87.


Video shows FBI impersonating repairmen in ruse

WASHINGTON (AP) — Dramatic new video obtained by The Associated Press, filmed through the lapel camera carried by an undercover government agent, shows how the FBI tricked its way inside a luxury villa at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas as part of a major international gambling bust.

Torrance Marriott South Bay Inspires Art Lovers To Bid On Unique Painting To Benefit Children's Hospital Los Angeles

TORRANCE, Calif., Oct. 29, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Blending the love of art and philanthropy, the Torrance Marriott South Bay is proud to announce an upcoming silent auction facilitated by OMG GLOBAL, LLC ...

Las Vegas Sands’ major sources of revenue

Tables contribute only 6% to the total number of slot machines and tables combined in the U.S. Clearly, table games are more popular in Asia than in the U.S.

Pulitzer Prize-winning poet Galway Kinnell dies in Vermont

(Reuters) - Pulitzer Prize-winning poet Galway Kinnell died on Tuesday at his home in Vermont after battling leukemia, his wife said on Wednesday. His wife, Barbara Bristol, said on Wednesday that one of Kinnell's greatest honors was being named the poet laureate of Vermont in 1989, making him the successor to Robert Frost. Former Vermont governor Madeleine Kunin, who named Kinnell poet laureate, told Vermont Public Radio in August that he resembled Frost "in that he also appears accessible on the surface, yet mysterious when we probe underneath." Kinnell was born in Providence, Rhode Island, the son of a Scottish immigrant father and an Irish immigrant mother. For much of his life, Kinnell divided his time between Vermont and New York City, where he was the director of the creative writing program at New York University, according to an obituary in the New York Times.

Why Las Vegas Sands is buying back its own shares

The Las Vegas Sands board of directors authorized an additional $2.0 billion stock repurchase program—worth ~4% of its market capitalization—with a commitment to purchase at least $75 million of stock ...

Why Las Vegas Sands is committed to creating shareholder value

Las Vegas Sands paid a recurring quarterly dividend of $401.2 million, or $0.50 per common share during Q3 2014, up 42.9% year-over-year.

A prelude to Las Vegas Sands’ Q3 2014 results

Revenues were positively impacted by strong performance in the casino segment. Operating income was positively driven by stronger operating results across Las Vegas Sands’ Macao properties.

Heffel Fine Art Auction House Brings Museum Quality Canadian Masterworks to Light for its Fall 2014 Live Auction

Among the highlights: five works from Jean Paul Riopelle together estimated at $1.3 - $1.9M, five works by Emily Carr with a combined estimate of $750,000 - $1.4M, four works from Clarence Gagnon together estimated at $647,000 - $906,000 and three works from Group of Seven artist Lawren Harris estimated at $600,000 - $770,000 combined Cross-Canada previews to be held in Vancouver, Montreal and ...

Local Playhouse Keeps Theater Alive And Well

Founded in 1995 by owner Bruce Grossman, the Cultural Arts Playhouse of Plainview is a year round, regional, off-off Broadway-style theater that has produced over 500 productions including educational and touring shows. It is also located in Roslyn Heights and Wantagh. Named as one of Long Island’s Best Live Theaters, the theater serves more than 20,000 people each year with its professional ...

Atari's buried trash is now an Italian museum's treasure

Atari's buried trash is now an Italian museum's treasure Unearthed with great fanfare (and its very own documentary) earlier this year, some of the long-buried collection of E.T. and other Atari game cartridges are getting their first public outing this week at the The Video Game Museum of Rome, a member tells Polygon. The VIGAMUS, The Video Game Museum of Rome, is the first museum to feature the exhibit pulled from the, some feared, radioactive dump site in Alamogordo, New Mexico. The exhibit, entitled "E.T. The Fall: Atari Buried Treasures," features items found inside the "Atari Tomb" including E.T., Asteroids, Centipede and Defender cartridges, hardware parts for the Atari VCS console, photos of the dig and a certificate of authenticity provided by the city of Alamogordo.


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