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Do This: SeaGlass Carousel at Battery Park

Do This: SeaGlass Carousel at Battery Park

junkyardarts August 23, 2015 Comments Off on Do This: SeaGlass Carousel at Battery Park

New York is no stranger to exciting public art installations and permanent structures.  The absolutely gorgeous SeaGlass Carousel at Battery Park is just another example of the city’s dedication to enhancing public spaces and

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Exhibition Alert: Joan Miro Exhibition at Rijksmuseum

Exhibition Alert: Joan Miro Exhibition at Rijksmuseum

junkyardarts June 22, 2015 Comments Off on Exhibition Alert: Joan Miro Exhibition at Rijksmuseum

News that lifts my heart to say: Joan Miro’s sculptures are coming to the Netherlands.  The Rijksmuseum will feature a total of 21 sculptures outside in the gardens and 2 in the museum atrium.

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Call For Art: Creative Salem 3×5 Show

Call For Art: Creative Salem 3×5 Show

junkyardarts April 4, 2015 Comments Off on Call For Art: Creative Salem 3×5 Show

I am loving the rise of the small works shows.  They not only allow a larger number of artists to participate but the works themselves are priced to sell which allows normal art-loving folks

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Call For Art: Creative Salem Pop Up Exhibition

Call For Art: Creative Salem Pop Up Exhibition

junkyardarts February 5, 2015 Comments Off on Call For Art: Creative Salem Pop Up Exhibition

  SALEM, MA – here’s your chance to do something worth while this miserable New England winter: Creative Salem and Salem Theatre are hosting a pop up gallery exhibition of 2 and 3D works

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Major Exhibition of Bruce Davidson & Paul Caponigro Heads to West Coast

Major Exhibition of Bruce Davidson & Paul Caponigro Heads to West Coast

junkyardarts December 1, 2014 Comments Off on Major Exhibition of Bruce Davidson & Paul Caponigro Heads to West Coast

Two of the most prolific photographers of the last 40-50 years comes to The Huntington in San Marino, California with the exclusive West Coast exhibition Bruce Davidson/Paul Caponigro: Two American Photographers in Britain and Ireland.

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The Art of Funeral Fashion: Death Becomes Her

The Art of Funeral Fashion: Death Becomes Her

junkyardarts October 21, 2014 Comments Off on The Art of Funeral Fashion: Death Becomes Her

The perfect museum exhibit to kick off your Halloween festivities is at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York. Death Becomes Her: A Century of Mourning Attire explores the evolution of funeral attire

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All That Glitters At The Boston MFA’s Hollywood Glamour Exhibit

All That Glitters At The Boston MFA’s Hollywood Glamour Exhibit

junkyardarts September 15, 2014 Comments Off on All That Glitters At The Boston MFA’s Hollywood Glamour Exhibit

Get ready for your close-up: The Boston Museum of Fine Arts opens their latest fashion-focused exhibition with Hollywood Glamour: Fashion and Jewelry from the Silver Screen this Fall and it’s bringing out a twinkle

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The PEM Does It Again with Exclusive Calder Exhibition

The PEM Does It Again with Exclusive Calder Exhibition

junkyardarts September 10, 2014 Comments Off on The PEM Does It Again with Exclusive Calder Exhibition

Madonna.  Beyonce.  Prince.  Calder. This revolutionary artist is in the one-name-club in and out of the art world.  Show anyone a classic Calder mobile and they will know who made it by name.  His

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To Do: Throwback Game Night at the Peabody Essex

To Do: Throwback Game Night at the Peabody Essex

junkyardarts August 14, 2014 Comments Off on To Do: Throwback Game Night at the Peabody Essex

Looking to get weird on a giant Twister mat in a public space with a bunch of strangers who are also artistically inclined? Well the Peabody Essex Museum (PEM) has the night for you!

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Last Minute Plans: Artist Book Signing

Last Minute Plans: Artist Book Signing

junkyardarts June 12, 2014 Comments Off on Last Minute Plans: Artist Book Signing

The wonderful thing about poetry is that despite the original intent, a reader often finds their own meaning in it. Love poems are particularly vulnerable to varied interpretations, changing meaning depending on the reader’s

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