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Seven inmates at the Iowa Medical and Classification Center, who sing in the Oakdale Community Choir (composed of incarcerated and non-incarcerated singers), have written songs we will perform at our upcoming concerts themed "My Voice Has Wings."
Mid-20th-century textiles, although often dismissed as poor relatives of abstract paintings, are headed for gallery walls and fair booths in quantities not seen since the 1970s. They are coming to light partly because two major weavers, Lenore Tawney
And one of the first in a string of surprises in this delightful French town. In the heart of Anjou, astride the river Maine, the city is filled with ancient buildings, superb gardens, restaurants and fine local wines. Within minutes of arriving, I
Ansin, founder and artistic director of The PlayGround Theatre in Miami Shores, had been looking for ideas to embellish into a new production. Inspired by her dreamland vision, she decided to bring it to the stage...Working with Calzadilla, The
Continuing through April 26, Chagall for Children features 15 reproductions of the artists best-known pieces, including At the Circus, The Birthday, and American Windows, as well as several original works on special loan. Organizers said the hands-on
From Julie March 24, 2011 Samuel Sparrow studied at the Glasgow School of Art and worked for Ikea and Habitat; he recently struck out on his own with Sparrow & Co. , a collection of handmade products from around the globeMorocco, Uzbekistan, Asia,
One reception Sunday will tie together common threads in three exhibitions in the University of Southern Indiana's McCutchan Art Center...Sunday, will showcase a trio of fabric art exhibitions running through March 18 in the center's Pace Galleries: "
What happened to your astute observations, your subtle wit, your understated skewering of all things pompous? I loved your last book, Hearts and Minds , but The Tapestry of Love kind of left me cold. \n\n The book is about a middle-aged divorced
Intricate and idiosyncratic, employing subtle colours and washes The artist Elizabeth Cramp's most considerable work was a tapestry inspired by a rather absurd footnote to history: the invasion of Fishguard by the French. On 22 February 1797 the
A complete list of charities that have submitted information can be found at www.centredaily.com. State College Area Meals on Wheels Who it helps: Meals on Wheels helps the elderly and homebound in need of nutritious meals. Wheels prepares and