Month: May 2021

TOKYO — With the decision to extend the coronavirus state of emergency, local authorities including the Tokyo Metropolitan Government have eased their request for department stores to temporarily close down, and from June 1, the request will be limited to Saturdays and Sundays, compared to daily before. However, even before the announcement of eased measures,
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Winners of a cross-Channel competition for amateur artists to shake off the Brexit blues have gone on display in Paris. I Love You, Moi Non Plus drew more than 400 submissions including paintings, illustrations, photography, music and writing aimed at exploring the new British-French relationship. Many entries featured the union flag and tricolore, while others
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Janhvi Kapoor showed off her hidden talent today as she shared a couple of her paintings on Instagram. This multi-faceted proved her abundant creativity in art with her colourful paintings today. The paintings exhibit some highlights that have been meticulously blended like a pro and Janhvi built up shadows with more layers which left fans surprised. As
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                                 Coming to Evanston in June – a large, new abstract piece of public art, called “Inclusiva,” will be installed on the east side of the new Robert Crown Center, just north of the main entrance. Commissioned by the City and managed by Woodhouse Tinucci Architects, the building’s designers, the stainless steel sculpture will stand
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La Frangine Residence / Bourgeois / Lechasseur architectes © Maxime Brouillet + 14 Share Share Facebook Twitter Pinterest Whatsapp Mail Or https://www.archdaily.com/962572/la-frangine-residence-bourgeois-lechasseur-architectes © Maxime Brouillet Text description provided by the architects. Located next to the slopes at Stoneham Resort, La Frangine is the result of the expansion and conversion of a former ski chalet into
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The Nebraska-born artist Sheila Hicks started out in the 1950s as a painter, but today she is celebrated for her textile sculptures – ranging from small wall hangings to towering, room-filling installations. Inspired by ancient and contemporary weaving cultures from around the world, Hicks often collaborates with local craftspeople to create these sculptural explorations of
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House Recast / Studio Ben Allen © French + Tye + 30 Share Share Facebook Twitter Pinterest Whatsapp Mail Or https://www.archdaily.com/962501/house-recast-studio-ben-allen © French + Tye Text description provided by the architects. The architects were keen to consider how the extension could demonstrate exemplarily the use of pigmented patterned concrete as both structure and architectural finish.
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The ACT Health ‘Cultural Walls’ artworks launch: Indigenous community representatives joined ACT Director-General Rebecca Cross (left), ACT Minister for Health Rachel Stephen-Smith (third from right), and artist Lynnice Church (third from left). Photo: Michelle Kroll. Three striking artworks will be a constant reminder to ACT Health staff and visitors to their Woden offices of the
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Monday, May 31 FAMILY: Butterflies of Bali, 10 a.m.-8 p.m. daily, Krohn Conservatory, 1501 Eden Park Drive, Mount Adams. Timed ticket entry. Runs May 8-Sept. 6. Reservations: krohn.ticketspice.com/butterflyshow. MEMORIAL DAY: Memorial Day Ceremony, 9 a.m., Newport City Building, 998 Monmouth St., Newport. The Lawler-Hanlon VFW Post honor the fallen with 21-gun salute. Free. MEMORIAL DAY:
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The initials of three students who died in the last year were left outside their former residence halls. by Kyle Mullins | 5/30/21 8:32pm The substances used to leave the letters have not been determined. Three additional graffiti incidents occurred early Friday morning — and unlike the red paint left on Parkhurst Hall and in
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