Monthly Archives: January 2016

“FRIDA” comes to the MFA!

The Museum of Fine Arts in Boston has acquired a recent feather in its cap!   Frida Kahlo’s “Dos Mujeres (Salvadora y Herminia),” will be on view starting today, at the MFA!
Read more from the New York Times about the work’s special significance to the Museum’s permanent collection and to New England as well:  NYTimes.com

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NHIA’s Verge Gallery – Calls for Entries

The Verge Gallery welcomes current NHIA MFA, BFA, and CE students as well as NHIA alumni to enter their self-portraits in Verge’s 4th Annual Juried Self-Portrait exhibition.  Works are due by Sunday, February 1st by 11:59 PM.  Get that mirror out and enter soon! Read the fine print here: Verge Gallery

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NY Times gives us examples of “Why Handmade Ceramics are White Hot”

NYTimes – Fashion and Style

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Are you a “Poetry Person”?

Are you a “Poetry Person?” – See this recent article in the Huffpost Arts & Culture I Don’t Like Poetry. I’m Not a Poetry Person.

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“Is Ai Weiwei the Andy Warhol of Our Time?”

Read more in Smithsonian.com’s latest article on the artist: Smithsonian.com

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Guerrilla Girls Make Another Appearance

The Late Show with Stephen Colbert recently featured the Guerrilla Girls to speak about gender inequalities in the art world.  See more here from ARTNEWS

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HuffPost – Arts & Culture explores the “The Real Forest That Inspired Winnie-The-Pooh’s Hundred Acre Wood”

HuffPost Arts & Culture gives us a glimpse of what inspired A. A. Milne to write about  the ‘Hundred Acre Wood’ from his own experience.  See Katherine Brooks’ article, with images, here: HuffPost Arts & Culture.

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