Waterlow Art Park – Foundation Fine Art

Waterlow Art Park – Foundation Fine Art

We started off the project with a lecture at Lordsdale house and students were told about the history of Lord Dale house and Sydney Waterlow who set up this park. There was one overall brief

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We started off the project with a lecture at Lordsdale house and students were told about the history of Lord Dale house and Sydney Waterlow who set up this park. There was one overall brief

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Harlem Renaissance & The Hidden Facts Of @African Americans!

Harlem Renaissance & The Hidden Facts Of @African Americans!

Interesting things you should know about Harlem Renaissance in 1914 only about 50,000 African Americans called Harlem their home by 1930 Harlem had grown to a population of 200,000 African Americans this migration is referred

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Interesting things you should know about Harlem Renaissance in 1914 only about 50,000 African Americans called Harlem their home by 1930 Harlem had grown to a population of 200,000 African Americans this migration is referred

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“Great Force” at The Institute for Contemporary Art

“Great Force” at The Institute for Contemporary Art

>>ICA is a unique place for several reasons. It allows us to bring contemporary art to Richmond in a way that is based in research, it’s based in inquiry, it allows us to be open

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>>ICA is a unique place for several reasons. It allows us to bring contemporary art to Richmond in a way that is based in research, it’s based in inquiry, it allows us to be open

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Artist Interview—Wangechi Mutu: The NewOnes, will free Us | Met Exhibitions

Artist Interview—Wangechi Mutu: The NewOnes, will free Us | Met Exhibitions

My name is Wangechi Mutu. I’m a visual artist, born in Kenya, Nairobi. I feel like this particular commission of asking a contemporary artist to place something in these niches in the facade of The

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My name is Wangechi Mutu. I’m a visual artist, born in Kenya, Nairobi. I feel like this particular commission of asking a contemporary artist to place something in these niches in the facade of The

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Kinetic Sculpture – Art-O-Motion – Lesson Plan

Kinetic Sculpture – Art-O-Motion – Lesson Plan

JULIE: Hi, I’m Julie Davis with Blick Art Materials. Kinetic art is designed to incorporate motion. In 1913, Marcel Duchamp mounted a spinning bicycle wheel onto a stool to make what we consider to be

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JULIE: Hi, I’m Julie Davis with Blick Art Materials. Kinetic art is designed to incorporate motion. In 1913, Marcel Duchamp mounted a spinning bicycle wheel onto a stool to make what we consider to be

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Tony Cragg – ‘Be There, See It, Respond to It’ | TateShots

Tony Cragg – ‘Be There, See It, Respond to It’ | TateShots

This was the very first one, this was actually found by my brother Nigel. You won’t believe how beautiful this is by the way, look at that. And that’s the very first fossil we found

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This was the very first one, this was actually found by my brother Nigel. You won’t believe how beautiful this is by the way, look at that. And that’s the very first fossil we found

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Maggi Hambling – ‘Every Portrait is Like a Love Affair’ | Artist Interview | TateShots

Maggi Hambling – ‘Every Portrait is Like a Love Affair’ | Artist Interview | TateShots

Art came into my life as quite a shock. There was an art exam at school when I was 14 and I did nothing but flick paint at people and generally draw attention to myself,

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Art came into my life as quite a shock. There was an art exam at school when I was 14 and I did nothing but flick paint at people and generally draw attention to myself,

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