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Posted on : August 20, 2014
The Seattle Art Museum (SAM) is a world-class visual arts center established in 1933. The museum is very much a part of Seattle’s city landscape, thus making it a must-visit landmark for any artist, hobbyist, or even plain art lover. Its collection includes American, African, Asian, Ancient, and Australian Aboriginal arts, among others. Location The […]
Posted on : December 19, 2013
The relationship between Jewish Art owners and Nazi's during World War 2 is a complicated affair. History tells us that Hitler destroyed many art works for being considered deviant. Much art was hidden or sold. The sale of art saved the fate of the Jewish owners from the concentration camps. But what happened to the art once the war was over?
Posted on : June 15, 2013
Our Congratulations goes to Michael Knapstein, winner of the 1st Edition of the Romantic Landscape and author of this image. The remaining winners and Honourable Mentions may be seen at www.theworldfamily.net/Announcements.rnrnWe are delighted to be able to present the 2nd Edition of the Romantic Landscape which is currently accepting early bird entries with an EB discount code.
Posted on : April 11, 2013
Opening Friday 12th April 2013 6-9pmrnrnExhibition from 12th April - 4th May 2013rnrnFuture Relic.rnrnThe future isn't shiny and virtual.rnrnThe future is industrial, mechanical and broken.rnrnFuture technologies are built out of recycled parts from other outmoded machinery and equipment. Decay in these objects is a part of the daily experience.rnrnFuture Relic is a collection of some of these objects and these are their stories.
Posted on : June 19, 2012
A one Woman Show by Artist Maritza Jauregui Neely.rnWith some of the most beautiful scenes that reflect on the things we love about El Paso, "hopefully the people that go to see this exhibit would be able to relate to the way I love my life in El Paso, as much as they do too"- MaritzarnrnOn exhibit June 1 through June 27, 2012rnAt The El Paso City Hall
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