A Grove City Middle School student turns her 13th birthday gift into a project that will last for years to come. Instead of gifts, Sarah Hazy asked her friends and family to help raise money for an art project she’s designing for college. The seventh grader’s tentative plans feature a metal sculpture that will be …

One of the giveaways of digital editions of literature festivals during the pandemic was the chance to listen to writers who might not have been able to make the long trip to India otherwise. That said, for those who missed the buzz of participating in a conversation with some of the world’s best writers in …

The junior artists of STAG (South Tipperary Art Group) have started their second six-week session, which will run until Saturday, December 18 inclusive. Membership is now closed for new members but a waiting list is in place. Contact organizer Maureen Purcell at 086-8096823 for more details. Both sections (elementary and senior) are now in the …

Timothy Mowl has chosen The Altarpiece of Brera by Piero della Francesca, a piece he calls “The Beginning of the Renaissance at its Most Captivating”. Professor Timothy Mowl on the Brera altarpiece by Piero della Francesca “My son introduced me to this magnificent painting, so it has a common resonance. I was drawn to his …

Studio Y. and placeformspace have transformed an abandoned cigarette factory into a sturdy and welcoming multi-purpose hospitality space that houses the Stomping Ground Brewery, located in Moorabbin in south-eastern Melbourne. Set in a unique space that intersects industrial and residential contexts, the firm felt it was imperative to create an inclusive and energetic gathering place …

The theoretical basis of this world is that of Jean Baudrillard Simulators and simulation, a book which theorizes the saturation of signs and symbols in our society, which leads to a life full of simulacra which do not hide the truth but the absence of reality, symbols which no longer have a reference. All of …

Sat November 20 – Thu December 23 2021 Marioni is famous for ongoing concept art and the book The Act of Drinking Beer with Friends is the highest art form that began in the 1970s and which he continued to perform regularly in his studio before the COVID pandemic. The works of Sculpture, Drawings and …

New Mexico native David Zaintz’s “End of the Journey” is one of his works on display at the “Abstract Show” at Sumner & Dene in downtown Albuquerque. (Courtesy of Max Woltman) Originally from Albuquerque, David Zaintz uses his hands to tell a story in his art. During his career as an artist, Zaintz has evolved. …

For anyone with an academic or amateur interest in Bangladeshi writings in English, this must be a long overdue book. The publication of Mohammad A Quayum and Md. Mahmudul Hasan – edited Bangladeshi literature in English: A Critical Anthology (July 2021), perhaps the first of its kind, therefore came as welcome news, and I commend …

Provided Shane Hansen (Tainui, Ngāti Mahanga, Ngāti Hine, of Chinese, Danish and Scottish descent) presents Te Tūi Kaitiaki, inspired by his guardian, the tūī. In his weekly column on art, Nadine Rubin Nathan traces the topography of the artistic scene of Aotearoa. This week, she discovers sculptures that have found a digital platform, for a …