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13 Sep 16 - Arts Archives News

Latino S.A. artists donate items to Smithsonian archive
It's at the Archives of American Art, the Smithsonian Institution research center, that such treasures are kept - treasures that now include the papers of three more San Antonio artists: photographer Kathy Vargas, sculptor and installation artist Jesse ...

Lost archives of Soviet design to be exhibited in London
A.S.: Many people abroad think that Russia first had avant-garde art, and then a blank period, just copying of Western designs, and that right after the 1990s it was flooded by Western brands.

Preview: Revolutionary Archivists' “Still Raising Hell” at the Robert W. Woodruff Library
An exhibition of materials from the Billops-Hatch Collection - Still Raising Hell: The Art, Activism, and Archives of Camille Billops and James V. Hatch - on view in the Robert W. Woodruff Library at Emory, from September 15, 2016 through May 14 ...

3 more Latino S.A. artists donate to Smithsonian archive of paper treasures
San Antonio artist Jesse Amado donated his personal papers to send to the Smithsonian, where they will become part of the Archive of American Art. San Antonio artist Jesse Amado donated his personal papers to send to the Smithsonian, where they will ...

Art Notes: Hood Museum Acquires Photojournalist's Archives
The fighting took place at close quarters -- from house-to-house, room-to-room, neighbor against neighbor. Photojournalist James Nachtwey's complete archive of photographs has been acquired by Dartmouth College's Hood Museum of Art in Hanover, N.H. ...

Charleston Performing Arts Center announces 2016-'17 season
The Charleston Performing Arts Center (CPAC) just announced its 2016-2017 season, with shows that feature a variety of musical genres and decades.

Why the Hammer Museum's new free digital archives are a game changer
This will include the creation of an archive devoted to “Take It Or Leave It: Institution, Image, Ideology,” a 2014 exhibition about institutional critique co-curated by the Hammer Museum, and the upcoming “Radical Women: Latin American Art, 1960-1985 ...

Some things change, summer things remain the same
“It's not just art for art,” said Hélène Samson, McCord Museum's curator of the Notman Photographic Archives. “The McCord is not a fine arts museum—it is in fact the museum of Montreal's social history.” For the past 11 years, the museum has showcased ...

Ford faithful's fight to keep Australian archive
In a statement to Wheels, The Department of Communications and the Arts says it has” contacted Ford Australia regarding its Australian archive to advise the company that under the Protection of Movable Cultural Heritage Act 1986 (PMCH Act) it may need ...

What's on in Canberra arts scene from September 9
Retired professor Peggy Bang from Iowa and an expert on Prairie School architecture, and will be speaking about Melson House on Wednesday September 14, 7.30pm in the Menzies Room at the National Archives. Tickets: $10/$5. Bookings essential on ...

Rapid City Arts Council
Pierre,South Dakota (PR MediaRelease) September 1, 2016 - As a part of a competitive selection process, the South Dakota Community Foundation (SDCF) has selected five South Dakota organizations to be part of its Nonprofit Savings Account program.

Breaking News: MOCA GA receives $1 million from Elkin Goddard Alston
In its 16 years, it has celebrated and supported Atlanta and Georgia artists with exhibitions, programs, permanent art collection and historical archives. Its Working Artist Project is truly amazing and impacts local artists (both emerging and ...

City of Orlando to install decorative fence around Pulse
The city of Orlando is replacing the temporary security fence around the Pulse nightclub with a decorative fence that will feature a screen wrap displaying art pieces created by local residents in response to the June 12 massacre that killed 49 people ...

The 2016 Taipei Biennial Examines Gestures and Archives of the Present, Genealogies of the Future
Gestures and Archives of the Present, Genealogies of the Future aims to explore the museum's catalytic role in navigating between knowledge systems and in the experience of trans-artistic practices and research in societal configurations that take into ...

Where to next for arts philanthropy in Australia?
An example is The Fashion Archives project, where two people who wanted to create an online and print archive of past and present fashion style in Queensland raised $8,000.

Remembering MS Subbulakshmi
M.F. Husain stands in front of the great Carnatic Singer M.S. Subbulakshmi's portrait at Lakshana Museum of Arts in Chennai on December 15, 2004.

Mayoral candidate wants to see 'arts hub' in Ballina
Chris Murphy is considering establishing a permanent collection of the band's archives in Ballina and says he knows 'many industry movers and shakers' who are also considering a move north.

Tbilisi's Art Palace Hosts Shakespeare Theater Exhibition
The exhibition also features an impressive collection of works from the Art Palace's archives as well as works by young Georgian artists featured in the ongoing “Shakespeare meets Rustaveli in Georgia” initiative. The project is a collaboration between ...

Former director of Rose Art Museum remembered as gifted teacher and visionary
Carl Belz's former students and colleagues at Brandeis remember the longtime director of the Rose Art Museum as a tradition-defying innovator, an inspiring teacher and a visionary who helped establish the Rose as the area's leading museum of modern and ...

Fine Arts Gallery exhibition examines era when 'Vandy woke up'
The Vanderbilt University Fine Arts Gallery presents “Race, Sports and Vanderbilt: 1966–1970,” which will showcase photographs, front pages from The Tennessean, and related artifacts from this time period, beginning Friday, Sept.



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