Month: May 2014

NASA – National Aeronautics and Space Administration NASA did not always have an art program. Thanks to one administrator,  an art program was launched in 1962 to help “tell the agency’s story of adventure.” With varied points of view, emotion, and styles ranging from abstract to realistic, artists render their perspective of space launches. Its […]

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  We all know about Aghanistan: where it is, what has happened since 911, about the Taliban, about suicide bombings, about the loss of life. Do we know how Art is helping to shape Afghanistan’s future? How we can plug in, enjoy, buy, and celebrate? Its worth some investigation I think. So what is happening […]

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Ose Manheim, Storyland Birches

Rain on the outside, color inside is an apt description of  a weekend that gathered 42 artists and samplings of their work for the annual Melrose Arts Festival. In one Friday afternoon, Memorial Hall is transformed. From a big blank space emerges displays of blown glass in every color imaginable, collages that combine bone, photography, […]

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