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  • 'Dotted Dialogues': Indigineous Australian Art At UConn

    'Dotted Dialogues': Indigineous Australian Art At UConn

    Australian Aboriginal artists have a different idea of landscapes than Western artists. Tribespeople see the world in an aerial view: mountains are concentric circles, rivers are lines leading from one place to another, animals skitter as wavy lines indicate movement. Images are made from hundreds...

      • Real Art Ways Puts Out Strongly Worded Plea For Funding

        Real Art Ways Puts Out Strongly Worded Plea For Funding

        Real Art Ways sent out Wednesday a strongly worded call for funding, pointing out shortfalls in its expected contributions and stating that "longevity is not a guarantee," implying that the Hartford art space might not last long without a quick infusion of cash.

      • 'Sodalicious' Pop Art Show At Dirt Salon

        'Sodalicious' Pop Art Show At Dirt Salon

        In the '80s, after graduating from Hartford Art School and Rhode Island School of Design, Beth Phillips worked as a photographer in New York. She documented artworks for gallerists, curators and artists, including Andy Warhol and Jean-Michel Basquiat. Phillips worked with them when they were alive,...

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          • 'How To Change the World,' Greenpeace Doc, At Area Theaters

            'How To Change the World,' Greenpeace Doc, At Area Theaters

            Greenpeace is one of the most well-respected and longstanding of the world's great environmental organizations, and a documentary playing in theaters nationwide tells the story of the organization and its origins.

              • Dance Documentary At Avon Theater

                Dance Documentary At Avon Theater

                Paul Taylor is one of the most influential, innovative and outside-the-box choreographers of the 20th century, and a new documentary follows him from beginning to end in the creation of one of his pieces.

                  • Film Shot In CT To Debut On Lifetime

                    Film Shot In CT To Debut On Lifetime

                    A film by Rocky Hill-based Synthetic Cinema International has been picked up by A&E Networks and will make its nationwide premiere on the Lifetime channel on Saturday, Sept. 12, at 8 p.m., according to the film’s producer, Andrew Gernhard.

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