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Post image for Work by Women Abstract Expressionists Goes on Display at the Anita Shapolsky Gallery

The Anita Shapolsky Gallery is pleased to present Women! Women! (of the ‘50s), a comprehensive collection of works by women abstract expressionists who exhibited in the 1950s.

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Post image for Exploring Ana Mendieta’s Legacy in the Work of Five Contemporary Artists

This fall, Arizona State University Art Museum is taking a different perspective and looking not only at Mendieta’s art but also at how her artistic practice has influenced contemporary artists in Energy Charge: Connecting to Ana Mendieta.

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Post image for ‘In Real Life,’ 100 Days of Film and Performance at the Hammer Museum

The Hammer Museum’s In Real Life includes four monthlong, curated film and video exhibitions, 15 weekends of performances and durational, immersive works, as well as weekday rehearsals by a select group of performers including theater, dance, music, and experimental recitation.

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Post image for Seven Reasons to Attend the 2016 Common Field Convening, a National Gathering of Alt Art Spaces in Miami

350+ arts organizers will come together in Miami, Florida October 20–23 for the 2016 Common Field Convening. This year’s annual gathering of alternative organizations, spaces, and projects will focus on arts organizing in a time of accelerated capitalism.

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Post image for Can Design Enrich Human Experience? Discover Innovative Graduate Programs at Parsons

Students at Parsons School of Design challenge conventional design to explore disruptive ideas from a human-centered perspective. Through focused training, experimentation, and exploration, they draw on all disciplines, harnessing innovation and creativity to design for a world that doesn’t exist yet.

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Post image for New Installation by Brian Bress Has World Premiere at Chrysler Museum of Art

A new installation by artist Brian Bress will have its world premiere at the Chrysler Museum of Art, located in his hometown of Norfolk, Va.

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Meet the Newest Class of UConn’s MFA Studio Art Program

by Sponsor on September 15, 2016

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Meet the newest class of the “best kept secret” MFA Studio Art program in the country, UConn’s graduate studio art program.

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Post image for “Conversations at Moore” Opens 2016–17 Series with Sculptor Garth Evans and Artist Julia Klein

Always insightful, “Conversations at Moore” will open its 2016-17 series on Tuesday, September 20 with “On Sculpture with Garth Evans and Julia Klein.”

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Post image for The Art Students League of New York Offers New Classes, Continues Tradition of Supporting Artists

Artists who have studied and taught at the Art Students League have set the course of American art for more than 140 years. This fall, 20 new League classes range from a series of anatomy lectures to lively “Art Workouts” exploring perception and imagination.

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Post image for Visit Pratt Institute’s Brooklyn Campus for Alumni Exhibitions and a Creative Conversation with Kadir Nelson

On Saturday, September 17, Pratt Institute invites you to enjoy a day of festivities that will include an Alumni Exhibition showcasing the work of more than 65 graduates in galleries across Pratt’s Brooklyn campus. The day will also feature a conversation with alumnus and acclaimed artist and author Kadir Nelson, followed by a book signing.

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