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Things Are Good: Underwater Art Gallery

Art galleries are great cultural institutions and seeing one underwater is magnificent. With each installation to the underwater gallery it gets better to explore and better for life. One of the key aspects of this gallery is that it is home to a whole ecosystem. For sculptor Jason deCaires Taylor, the ocean is more than […]

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Things Are Good: From Mafia Home to Art Gallery

Italy is home to the oldest operating museum, the Uffizi, and the country is (probably) home to the oldest operating mafia. But it may come as a bit of a surprise to find out that an old mafia home is being converted to a new museum.

In an ongoing and complicated effort to stop the . . . → Read More: Things Are Good: From Mafia Home to Art Gallery

Art Threat: Wild At Heart: Keep Wildlife In The Wild – New Contemporary artists paint the endangered and beloved

Animals inspire, intrigue, and move people in a way nothing else can. Andrew Hosner and Amanda Erlandson gathered together a group of incredible ‘new contemporary’ artists for “Wild at Heart – Keep Wildlife in the Wild”, to touch on that connection while raising awareness about wild creatures around the world.

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things I’m making, glasses I’m fixing and books I’m not reading

Made new art work made from felt

(now if only I could figure out how to not write an exhibition submission)

Carefully scoured down my old plum coloured metal glasses into foxy silver specs.

And the lovely Kenny Fries gave me one of his books, which I would very much like to read. . . . → Read More: things I’m making, glasses I’m fixing and books I’m not reading