Archive for January, 2012

Unity College Seeks Submissions for Nature Art and Photography Show

Unity College is seeking submissions from artists for a nature art and photography show slated for April 22.A The show and sale seeks to showcase the wide range of art and photography produced by Maine’s artist and environmental communities.

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Charlie Chaplin heads to Broadway in musical form

LOS ANGELES, Jan 30 (TheWrap.com) – Silent-film star Charlie Chaplin might seem like an unlikely candidate as the subject of a Broadway musical, but it will soon be a reality.

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Photography, landscapes open TAL February exhibits

Tennessee Art League offers a small sample of treasures available for viewing during February.

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A shot for those in need

Gene Alvear, who teaches Advertising and Still Life Photography, said his students’ first foray into shooting for not-for-profits worked out well for both students and recipients, and he said he would like to do more of that type of work.

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Old Masters auctions total more than $120 million

NEW YORK (Reuters) – Old Masters paintings brought in more than $120 million at auction sales this week, with several works selling for more than $5 million each and records set for some artists.

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