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EWU’s Get Lit! goes virtual from April 12-18

UPDATED: Thu., April 8, 2021

EWU’s annual Get Lit! Festival is going virtual this year, but audiences at home will still be able to access a wide range of author readings, Q&A sessions, craft classes and panel discussions.

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Robot artist sells art for $688,888, now eyeing music career

UPDATED: Sat., April 3, 2021

HONG KONG — Sophia is a robot of many talents — she speaks, jokes, sings and even makes art. In March, she caused a stir in the art world when a digital work she created as part of a collaboration was sold at an auction for $688,888 in the form of a non-fungible token (NFT).
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Terrain Gallery presents ‘Rising Above’

UPDATED: Thu., April 1, 2021

Local artists Rosemary Barile, Karen Mobley and Deb Sheldon will present “Rising Above” at Terrain Gallery from Friday through May 1. To celebrate the opening, organizers will host a reception on Friday.
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Terrain is working to alter the landscape for local artists

UPDATED: Thu., Feb. 18, 2021

For nearly a year, masks have been ubiquitous. It seems as if the protective coverings are everywhere. Yes, that is a reminder to sport a mask on the Riverfront Park Clock Tower and the Fox Theater. That familiar visual is courtesy of Terrain.
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Water Cooler: Explore African American art history on YouTube

UPDATED: Mon., Feb. 15, 2021

If you want to learn more about African American art history for Black History Month, YouTube is the place to go. It’s free, accessible from home and many of the videos combine visuals of artworks with discussion providing important context. Here are 11 videos to start with:
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Heart-shaped art brings love, hope to virus-ravaged spots

UPDATED: Fri., Feb. 12, 2021

FALMOUTH, Maine – Donald Verger has been putting heart into his art during the pandemic. And images of those intricate hearts made from vibrant sea glass are flowing back to schools and hospitals that have been hard hit by COVID-19 during the pandemic.