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Mississippi Capital Gets $1M For Art Focusing On Food Access

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JACKSON, Miss. (AP) - Mississippi's capital city is receiving a $1 million grant for public art focusing on access to fresh food.The money comes from Bloomberg Philanthropies, run by billionaire busin...

Art Teacher Wears Same Dress To Promote Sustainability

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MOORESTOWN, N.J. (AP) - A New Jersey art teacher has pledged to wear the same outfit for 100 days to teach students about sustainability.William W. Allen Middle School teacher Julia Mooney tells WPVI-...

Art Gallery Owner Buys Storage Locker, Finds Art Treasures

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NEW YORK (AP) - A New York City art dealer who bought the contents of a storage locker filled with paintings for $15,000 says he got more than he bargained for.He found half a dozen paintings he belie...

Work Set To Begin On New Performing Arts Center In Nashville

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NASHVILLE, Ind. (AP) – A southern Indiana tourist mecca is moving ahead with plans for an indoor performing Arts center that local officials hope will lure visitors back to its once thriving Arts-and-...

Outdoor Art Project To Get New Headquarters In Detroit

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DETROIT (AP) - When Jenenne Whitfield talks about the unassuming three-story brick building on Detroit's east side, her speech, typically sonorous and deliberate, rises with excitement."We've never ha...

Western State Art Studio Provides Therapeutic Asylum

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HOPKINSVILLE, Ky. (AP) - Windows stained with sheer smears of purple, gold, green and cerulean capture sunlight that shines in on an unexpected floor at Western State Hospital.Positive mantras and mur...

St. Joseph Group Suspends Its Annual Art Festival

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ST. JOSEPH, Mo. (AP) - An Arts festival that has been operating in St. Joseph for 26 years is coming to an end.The Allied Arts Council announced Friday that it is suspending the Trails West! Festival....

In Chicago, Can Art Unite A Deeply Divided Neighborhood?

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CHICAGO (AP) - Charlie Branda is not an artist. When she opened an art studio on a stretch of asphalt known as Sedgwick Street, the 53-year-old mom and former commercial banker simply wanted to get to...

Thieves Steal Indiana Arts Center's Bronze 1920S Lampposts

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LAFAYETTE, Ind. (AP) - Police are investigating the theft of a pair of bronze lampposts dating to the 1920s that were unbolted and hauled away from outside an Arts and cultural center in Lafayette.The...


'the Voice' Runner-Up Agen To Perform At Arts Awards Event


INDIANAPOLIS (AP) - An Indiana teenager who was last year's runner-up on NBC's "The Voice" talent competition will perform at an October event honoring the latest winners of Indiana's Governor's Arts...

Exchange: Ballistics License Required For Art Piece

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OTTAWA, Ill. (AP) - Necessary tools for creating artwork generally include pencils and paintbrushes but a rarer necessity for Mary "Kathy" Zehr was an explosive ballistics license.The Chenoa resident...

Indianapolis Art Institute Among 18 Campuses Set For Closure


INDIANAPOLIS (AP) - The Art Institute of Indianapolis is set to close by the year's end, months after school officials had halted new enrollment.Dream Center Education Holdings says the Indianapolis c...

Construction Begins On Arts Center On Pine Ridge Reservation

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KYLE, S.D. (AP) - Construction is underway on an Arts center on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation. The Rapid City Journal reports that artists, project financiers and tribal officials...

Arts And Science Medal Ceremonies Absent Under Trump


NEW YORK (AP) - White House ceremonies for Arts and science medal winners, a tradition dating back to the 1980s, have been absent so far in the Trump administration.Eighteen months into President Dona...

Mixed Martial Arts Star Conor Mcgregor Pleads Guilty To Disorderly Conduct In Exchange For Community Service


NEW YORK (AP) - Mixed martial Arts star Conor McGregor pleads guilty to disorderly conduct in exchange for community service .

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