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The Wisconsin State JournalMadison-area artists Thomas Loeser and Lynda Barry have been chosen to receive the Wisconsin Visual Art Lifetime Achievement Award, joining what is considered the state's "hall of fame" for visual artists. The Madison-based Wisconsin Historical...
Associated PressNEW YORK (AP) — Decades before New York's Central Park was created, Green-Wood Cemetery's ponds, hills and winding paths provided not only a pastoral final resting place for the nation's elite but also a recreational spot for picnics and horse-drawn...
NEW YORK (AP) — A rare painting by American artist John Singer Sargent is coming to a New York City auction. "Marionettes," painted in 1903, could bring between $5 million and $7 million at Sotheby's May 22 sale. Sargent kept the work until his...
New Milford"All About Hue II," a new exhibit opening May 4th at the Gregory James Gallery, New Milford, is a celebration of color - and the 90th birthday of featured artist Ralph Della-Volpe. Known primarily for his work as a colorist, Della-Volpe, whose birthday...
Pugnacious as always, William Donahue visited DeSales University on Wednesday night and delivered a sober assessment of American culture from a Catholic perspective. The headline? "I think we're winning on abortion but the [same-sex] marriage issue...
NEW YORK — Sorry, but I've heard that Brooklyn is over. You can get your hipster mustache waxed; just don't do it in Brooklyn. You wouldn't go to Seattle now, would you? If you wanted to visit the American community of the moment, you would visit,...
The Hartford CourantDeb Gaudet, film curator at Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art, saw a movie recently at the Sundance Film Festival, "Question Bridge." As soon as she got out, she immediately called Olivia White, director of the Amistad Center for Art & Culture. "She told...
An exhibit of artworks by George Henry Story (1835-1922), who is most famous for painting President Lincoln 12 times, is on view now at Wood Memorial Library and Museum, 783 Main St. in South Windsor. The exhibit, called “A Lincoln Portrait,”...
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Liz Smith"Here's a cautionary word from me to you, dear reader: I hope it is without any offending ideologies of either persuasion. "Some of you have already voted; others are about to vote on Nov. 6. Think of it this way. It's your great privilege as an...
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It's entirely possible that one of the august and influential guest curators for "Public Property," the summer exhibit opening Sunday at the Walters Art Museum, was none other than your plumber. Ditto for your postal carrier and your daughter's softball...
Ellen Slaby has things to do. She is a director of marketing for a publisher, cares for her elderly parents, sits on a charity board and has season tickets for the Red Sox. Yet, she throws several dinner parties each month. "People are afraid to have a...
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