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  • Maryland Hall getting record funding

    Maryland Hall getting record funding
    When it comes to state money, there are the haves and the have-nots. Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts is a have, pulling in a record $2 million of state funding in fiscal year 2016 for renovations that will improve handicap access and add freight...
  • CCSU Presents "Through the Years: African Americans in New Britain"

    CCSU Presents "Through the Years: African Americans in New Britain"
    NEW BRITAIN - The New Britain African American Oral History Project will present “Through the Years: African Americans in New Britain” on April 16 at Central Connecticut State University. The free audio-visual presentation with live music is...
  • Roundup: Drought shaming, Gehry's Facebook campus, an art flame war

    Museum patrons who don’t pay up, an art critical flame war, learning from the Björk debacle and inhabiting Frank Gehry’s new Facebook campus. Plus: missing works of art, the growing L.A. gallery scene, architecture that filters water, and...
  • Century High artist Emily Heintz participates in National Gallery of Art seminar

    Century High artist Emily Heintz participates in National Gallery of Art seminar
    Century High School senior Emily Heintz was one of 17 students from Maryland, Virginia and Washington, D.C., selected to participate in the 2014-2015 High School Seminar at the National Gallery of Art in the nation's capital. In the seminar, students...
  • Marco Rubio, intolerance and terrorism: Letters

    Marco Rubio, intolerance and terrorism: Letters
    Rubio's consolation? In the event that Marco Rubio does not advance in the Republican primary season to the nomination for his party, he should be on a short list of prospective ambassadors to Cuba. Whether it is a President Rand Paul or Hillary...
  • Hartford's Trashion Fashion Show Marks Fifth Year

    Hartford's Trashion Fashion Show Marks Fifth Year
    Amy Merli founded Trashion Fashion in 2010. This weekend will mark the fifth celebration of couture made from garbage. She likes everything about the annual event, but is particularly fond of what she calls "the wow." "There's this amazement that...
  • Florida travel calendar for June

    Florida travel calendar for June
    Check out festivals and events in June across the state. This list is organized by region. Central Florida (including Orlando, Kissimmee, Daytona Beach, Sanford, the Space Coast, Lakeland/Polk and Lake County) May 15 - June 14: Disney Star Wars...
  • Behind the greatness of LACMA stand many great women

    Behind the greatness of LACMA stand many great women
    For more than 30 years, a plaque near the entranceway to the Los Angeles County Museum of Art's Ahmanson Building greeted visitors. "This museum was conceived by Norton Simon and Richard F. Brown, director …" the inscription began. A list of...
  • Family-friendly Napa Valley: Beyond the wine

     Family-friendly Napa Valley: Beyond the wine
    Legendary for its more than 400 wineries and numerous Michelin-starred restaurants, Napa Valley also is welcoming to families. "It's not just about the wines or an adult-only destination," said Mike St. Jovite, a Bay Area travel adviser with Protravel...
  • The art of Corita Kent still has relevance

    Artist Corita Kent was a cultural progressive who epitomized the spirit of the 1960s, turning heads when she appeared in the full habit of a Catholic nun at exhibitions and events. A sister of the Immaculate Heart of Mary who questioned religious...
  • List of architects for Chicago Biennial begins to take shape

    List of architects for Chicago Biennial begins to take shape
    Emphasizing fresh faces and ideas instead of star architects and their familiar styles, organizers of the fledgling Chicago Architecture Biennial on Tuesday announced their first list of participating architects and artists as well as a $1 million gift...