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  • AXA Art Insurance Corporation (AXA Art) was founded in 1987 to address an urgent need for discerning, affordable insurance for fine art and collectibles. AXA Art art insurance and art professionals devoted to the treasures of our culture – to protecting their owners against financial loss and preserving these objects for future generations.
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  • NYU Steinhardt includes undergraduate, graduate and PhD programs oriented toward advancing knowledge, creativity, and innovation at the crossroads of human learning, culture, development and well-being. NYU Steinhardt opened Part II of their 2011 MFA Thesis Exhibition on April 26; the show will run through May 7 at 80WSE Gallery.
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  • Tyler School of Art at Temple University hosts Summer intensive painting and sculpture courses, 7-week immersion programs for artists interested in developing their work in a challenging and supportive environment. The application deadline is Friday, May 7.

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