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  • Visual art calendar

    OCTOBER To Oct. 12 -- Jack King. Mixed media sculptures. Portraits of the Golden Age of Jazz. Photographs by William P. Gottlieb. Eissey. To Oct. 14 -- Alterego. Artwork by the most recent crop of Artists-in-Residence: Trisha Brookbank, Monica Hernandez, Eurydice, Barbara Rivera, Jen Stark, Agustina Woodgate and David Zalben. ArtCenter. To Oct. 14 -- Shock Treatment. A site-specific installation by local artist Pepe Mar. Culture. To Oct. 15 -- Eduardo Lacayo. Works by the Nicaraguan artist. Not Pop-ups: The other illustrated books, ephemera and graphic designs of Vojtech Kubasta. Library (Main). To Oct. 27 -- FAU Biennial Art Faculty Exhibition. Schmidt. To Oct. 19 -- Nauticals. Photographs. Schot. To Oct. 20 -- Annual Faculty Exhibition at the Colaciello & Greenfield Galleries. Armory. To Oct. 20 -- What a Fun Guy: The Mushroom Show. Original art and vintage mushroom memorabilia from local and national artists. Bear. To Oct. 20 -- Contemporary Latin American Art X. BCC. To Oct. 26 -- ArtBravo. Works in all mediums. ArtServe. To Oct. 28 -- Positions in Context: 2007 Cifo Grants Program Exhibition. Ten Latin-American artists and grant recipients display works. Cifo. To Oct. 28 -- Artist Quest. Works by guild members. Coral. To Oct. 28 -- National Collage Society 23rd Annual Juried Exhibit. More than 100 diverse collages and assemblages. Metrotextural: Art Quilts by the Manhattan Quilters Guild. A touring show of 21 quilts celebrating New York City's architecture and urban scenes. Cornell. To Oct. 31 -- Architecture and Colombia and the Sense of Place. Photos and graphics show the relationship of architecture with the landscapes of Colombia. Library (North Regional/BCC). To Nov. 1 -- 30th Annual Faculty Show. AIFL. To Nov. 4 -- Conflicting Currents: Aspects of American Art. American painting and printmaking between 1920 and 1950. Guillermo Trujillo: Panamanian Master. Primordial and mythical landscapes and narratives by the 20th century painter. Boca. To Nov. 12 -- Karen Kilimnik. 15 years of painting, drawing, photography, sculptural installations and objects and theatrical spaces. MoCA. To Nov. 17 -- Scherer & Ouporov: One Voice. Icons, mixed media and photography. Coral Springs. To Nov. 19 -- Landscapes. Photographs. Schot. To Nov. 8 -- Artists Guild of the Palm Beaches: Fall exhibit and sale. Northwood. To Nov. 10 -- FAU Faculty Biennial Exhibition. Ritter. To Nov. 10 -- Surfing the International Print World. Prints from Australia, The Netherlands, Japan and the United States. Williams. To Nov. 11 -- Maria Magdalena Campos-Pons: Everything Is Separated By Water. Major works by the Afro-Cuban artist. Bass. To Dec. 2 -- Art Student League of New York: Highlights of the Permanent Collection. More than 70 works reflect art movements of the past 125 years. Afro-Cuba Works on Paper, 1968-2003. Prints and drawings by Afro-Cuban artists from the island. Lowe. To Dec. 2 -- The Culture of Tea: Shared Experiences, Individual Expressions. Installation artist Mari Omori leads workshops and produces an exhibit of writings, fiber arts and film that reflect community and nature. The Whimsical World of Banko Ware Teapots. Sculptural shapes and molded features depict flowers, birds, sea creatures, mammals and human figures. Morikami. To Dec. 9 -- California as Muse: The Art of Arthur & Lucia Mathews. A major retrospective of artworks, furniture and decorative objects by two 20th century California artists. Norton. To Dec. 16 -- Craig Kucia: many sundays were spent talking of rockets. The Miami-based artist shows complex and vividly colored paintings. Culture. To Dec. 16 -- Autumn Splendor. An installation of Chinese brush paintings featuring the moon and other symbols of the fall season. Norton. To Dec. 19 -- Eloquent Vistas: The Art of Nineteenth-Century American Landscape Photography from the George Eastman House Collection. More than 70 images culled from across America beginning in the 1850s to the turn of the 20th century. Flagler. To Dec. 31 -- Boom Shaka Laka Laka: The Lagoon Series. Paintings and signed and numbered lithographs by Tom Everhart. Jack. To Jan. 5 -- Royo: Ingravidos. Large-scale spiritual and figurative paintings. Coral Springs. To Jan. 7 -- The Quilts of Gee's Bend. Four generations of African-American women from Alabama display 70 original quilts. MusArt. To Jan. 20 -- Water Stories. Explores interaction with water in South Florida during the past 10,000 years with interactive displays. SoFla. To Jan. 26 -- Facades: Expression and Architecture in American Society. Twentieth century photographs by Mitch Epstein, Lewis Hine, Annie Leibovitz, Jerome Liebling, Mary Ellen Mark, Jewel Stern, Andy Sweet and Marcia Walkenstein. Bass. To Jan. 26 -- Robo Bugs! Invasion of the Giant Insects. Robotic insects 40 to 600 times bigger than real ones. MusDis. To Jan. 28 -- Rob Storter: Art of the Everglades. Thirty original drawings and three-dimensional carvings by the folk artist and fisherman. SoFla. To Feb. 10 -- Agitated Images: John Heartfield & German Photomontage, 1920-1938. Wolfsonian. To April 13 -- The Other Half: Women Artists in the Collection. Works by 20th century and mid-career women artists, such as Jennifer Bartlett, Isabel Bishop, Rosemarie Castoro, Emily Cheng, Elaine De Kooning, Janet Fish, Nancy Graves, Louise Nevelson, Miriam Schapiro, Kiki Smith and Anne Tabachnick. Boca. Oct. 11-14 -- Southern Handcraft Society Craft Show. Davie. Oct. 11-Jan. 9 -- Delray Art League exhibit. A multi-media show featuring works by regional artists. Cornell. Oct. 12-Dec. 9 -- Florida Artist Series: Pip Brant -- The Flying Carpet and Other Reusables. Solo exhibition presents the artist's most recent fiber-based, socio-political work. FIU. Oct. 13-Nov. 10 -- Brian Reedy: Things to Come. New drawings and mixed media. Andy Gambrell: Deleted Scenes. New paintings. Dorsch. Oct. 13-Nov. 9 -- Emil Chendea. Lawrence. Oct. 19-Nov. 25 -- Reverie+Revolt. Collage works made by contemporary artists. ArtCenter. Oct. 19-Nov. 24 -- Seminoles Look Back: Our People in Postcards. A traveling exhibit from the Ah-Tah-Thi-Ki Museum. Davie. Oct. 19-Nov. 2 -- Art Knows No Disabilities. Works by disabled individuals. Expo. Oct. 19-Jan. 4 - Going Green. 9Muses. Oct. 20-Nov. 18 -- Christiaan Lopez-Miro: Smoke and Mirrors. The Cuban-American photographer shows eerie portraits of magicians from Hollywood's famed Magic Castle. Culture. Oct. 20-Dec. 29 -- Pablo Cano: Viva Vaudeville. The artist's 10th annual musical marionette production and exhibit is inspired by turn-of-the-century vaudeville and features puppets made with found objects. MoCA. Oct. 21-Jan. 20 -- Janet Cardiff and George Bures Miller: The Killing Machine and Other Stories. The Canadian artists use sound and voice, opera, film, literature, B-movies, rock music and radio broadcasts to make 10 audio installations. MAM. Oct. 22-May 23 -- Boomtime Boca: Boca Raton in the 1920s. Photos, graphics, artifacts and furniture that depict the city in the early 20th century. Historical. Oct. 24-Jan. 6 -- Medieval and Renaissance Treasures from the V&A. Medieval and Renaissance works dating from the late Roman Empire to about 1600, in ivory, wood, bronze, metalwork and stained glass, as well as manuscripts. Norton. Oct. 25-Jan. 8 -- Americana Series: An Exhibition of Books and related items from the collection of Carol Fitzgerald. Library. Oct. 27-Nov. 17 -- Custom painted skulls of all types and original skull-related artwork by a large group of South Florida artists. Bear.
  • '2012' and the making of the end of the world

     
    HOLLYWOOD BACKLOT The end of the world begins on Nov. 13. That's the release date of "2012," the disaster film from director Roland Emmerich, the German filmmaker who apparently likes to pluck his movie titles from the calendar ("Independence Day,"...

    'Hobbit' casts cloud over New Zealand's 'filmmaker's paradise'

     
    When “The Lord of the Rings” debuted in theaters in 2001, it not only introduced to the big screen the fantastical world of wizards, hobbits and orcs, it also put New Zealand on the world stage. The Academy Award-winning film...