Museum art – Expo Monet http://expo-monet.com/ Tue, 04 Oct 2022 06:00:00 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://expo-monet.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/icon-63-120x120.png Museum art – Expo Monet http://expo-monet.com/ 32 32 Major Raymond Briggs Art Exhibition at the Bowes Museum – Arts & Entertainment https://expo-monet.com/major-raymond-briggs-art-exhibition-at-the-bowes-museum-arts-entertainment/ Tue, 04 Oct 2022 06:00:00 +0000 https://expo-monet.com/major-raymond-briggs-art-exhibition-at-the-bowes-museum-arts-entertainment/ The Snowman THE first major exhibit on graphic novelist and picture book maker Raymond Briggs is coming to the Bowes Museum this fall.Raymond Briggs: A Retrospective delves into the work of the author-illustrator behind some of the UK’s most influential children’s books and graphic novels.Briggs, who died earlier this year, is best known for his […]]]>
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THE first major exhibit on graphic novelist and picture book maker Raymond Briggs is coming to the Bowes Museum this fall.
Raymond Briggs: A Retrospective delves into the work of the author-illustrator behind some of the UK’s most influential children’s books and graphic novels.
Briggs, who died earlier this year, is best known for his silent picture book The Snowman. But over a 60-year career, Briggs has created illustrated books on themes ranging from family relationships and grief to social mobility and political satire.
This exhibition includes works from Briggs’ pioneering titles, including The Snowman, Father Christmas, Fungus the Bogeyman, and the autobiographical novel Ethel and Ernest. On display are his drawings, handwritten typography and page designs from his first commissions to his 2004 book The Puddleman.
“[To be an illustrator] you must be a mini actor. If the character is to walk casually with his nose in the air, you have to imagine what that feels like. You have to be the person and watch the person, and do both of those things,” Briggs said.
Co-curated by Nicolette Jones and Katie McCurrach, the exhibit features original artwork courtesy of Raymond Briggs’s Archive and Penguin Random House.
The exhibition runs from November 12 to February 26.

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Philadelphia Museum Art workers are on strike ‘until we get the contract we deserve’ https://expo-monet.com/philadelphia-museum-art-workers-are-on-strike-until-we-get-the-contract-we-deserve/ Mon, 26 Sep 2022 20:58:52 +0000 https://expo-monet.com/philadelphia-museum-art-workers-are-on-strike-until-we-get-the-contract-we-deserve/ Unionized workers at the Philadelphia Museum of Art (PMA) began a strike against the museum today (September 26). This is the latest action taken by the museum union since contract negotiations began in the fall of 2020. More than 100 members of the union, which includes people from almost every department in the museum, have […]]]>

Unionized workers at the Philadelphia Museum of Art (PMA) began a strike against the museum today (September 26). This is the latest action taken by the museum union since contract negotiations began in the fall of 2020. More than 100 members of the union, which includes people from almost every department in the museum, have formed the line of picketing. They were joined by representatives of other unions, locals and officials.

The union is ready to strike “until we get the contract we deserve,” says Adam Rizzo, president of Local 397, which represents PMA workers, although he hopes a contractual agreement could be reached by the end of the week if the administration of the museum is willing to return to the negotiating table. However, union members are “ready to stay out longer if we need to,” Rizzo says.

The start of the strike coincides with the first day of work for the museum’s new director and general manager, Sasha Suda. “I really hope that [Sasha Suda’s] the arrival will change the culture of senior management around these negotiations,” Rizzo said. “But I think at the end of the day it really comes down to [board chair] Leslie Ann Miller and the Board of Directors. Because I feel like they’re the ones saying, ‘No, we can’t move forward on any of these issues.’ »

The museum’s union, which is part of the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees (AFSCME), had previously staged a one-day strike on September 16. The last negotiation sessions took place on September 22 and 23. Following Friday’s bargaining meeting, the union issued a press release announcing its plan to strike and outlining some of the unresolved issues in the negotiations, including wages, health care and paternity leave.

Over the summer, the museum’s union began crowdfunding via social media for a strike fund in anticipation of the bargaining stalemate. The fund was created in case workers forgo compensation to strike. The fund allows workers to still be paid and not lose wages due to the picket line, which will remain in place until a contract is reached.

Striking Philadelphia Museum of Art workers and their supporters form a picket line outside the nearby Rodin Museum, which the Philadelphia Museum of Art operates Photo by Tim Tiebout

“I was trading Thursday and Friday as part of the table team. We put a lot of effort into coming up with sincere compromises, which we weren’t all happy with. However, even then, the management team did not show the same interest in genuine compromise,” said Nicole Cook, manager of the graduate university partnership program at the museum and a member of the team of union negotiation. “They posted misleading percentages on their offers right now. Their proposal amounts to around 11% wage increases spread over 3 years, or just over 3% per year, with no movement on soaring healthcare costs. This is not enough for our members, who have been working without a raise for over 2 years, as inflation is soaring.

Despite the strike, the museum remains open to the public. “The museum remains committed to reaching a collective bargaining agreement that is both fair to our staff and responsible for the long-term sustainability of this important Philadelphia institution,” a museum spokesperson said in a statement. “We worked hard to achieve this and reached agreements in principle on more than 25 substantive issues during the negotiations. We remain committed to the collective bargaining process and hope the union is ready to find a collaborative way forward.

The strike also comes after the union filed an unfair labor practice complaint with the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) in August. In the complaint, the union alleged that the administration of the museum had engaged in anti-union actions.

“We will be here on the picket line until management sees what we are all seeing, that workers are part of the PMA community and we are trying to make things better for visitors and workers,” Cook said. . “To fellow arts colleagues and all potential visitors to PMA: Please do not cross the picket line. You cannot stay neutral in a fight.

On Monday, elected officials expressed their support for the striking trade unionists, in particular John Fettermanthe Lieutenant Governor of Pennsylvania who is currently running for the US Senate, and State Senator Nikil Saval, who has joined the picket line with his son.

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THE ART OF BOURBON FROM THE SPEED ART MUSEUM IN LOUISVILLE UNVEILS A RARE https://expo-monet.com/the-art-of-bourbon-from-the-speed-art-museum-in-louisville-unveils-a-rare/ Wed, 14 Sep 2022 11:00:00 +0000 https://expo-monet.com/the-art-of-bourbon-from-the-speed-art-museum-in-louisville-unveils-a-rare/ Louisville, Ky. This year’s ‘Art of Bourbon’ shelves are lined with a historically significant 8-year-old Booker’s bottled in 1987; the unobtainable and highly collectible Blanton’s 1992; the enviable King Of Kentucky 2020 bottle; a 7-year-old Gold Vein Old Weller from the 1970s; a 14-year-old Dowling Deluxe bottled in the 1970s; as well as several exclusive […]]]>

Louisville, Ky.

This year’s ‘Art of Bourbon’ shelves are lined with a historically significant 8-year-old Booker’s bottled in 1987; the unobtainable and highly collectible Blanton’s 1992; the enviable King Of Kentucky 2020 bottle; a 7-year-old Gold Vein Old Weller from the 1970s; a 14-year-old Dowling Deluxe bottled in the 1970s; as well as several exclusive experiences that allow winning bidders to get their custom barrel straight from the source.

The live auction will take place from 7:15 p.m. to 8:45 p.m. EST. The online portion of the auction is free, but registration is required at artofbourbon.org. Tickets to the in-person Art of Bourbon event, which cost $300, include a cocktail reception, bourbon tastings, and a sit-down dinner with a bourbon-inspired menu. In-person seating is limited, and organizers encourage guests to purchase tickets well in advance.

2022’s jaw-dropping lineup — comprised of rare bourbons, “dusts,” and VIP experiences — may be the best yet. These bottles illustrate how sought after many of these brands have become because they represent a once forgotten era of American whiskey that is making a comeback.

Here is a taste of what awaits you among the 38 prizes:

  • Booker’s 8 year old bottled in 1987 – Widely considered and heralded as a bourbon game-changer when it was made, this rare, small-batch Booker’s bottle is one of those bottles that Booker Noe himself – Master Distiller and a sixth-generation Beam – gave away to special friends before the whiskey was launched in 1988. It is hand signed by Noe and numbered #832. Barreled in 1979 and aged seven years, the bourbon is uncut and bottled straight from the barrel.
  • Blanton’s 1992 – The Original Single Barrel Bourbon. Dropped 07/14/1992 from barrel no. 90, warehouse H, on rick no. 11 and bottled at 93 proof. Has the famous bronze topper. Highly collectible, it is considered one of the best bourbons made in the 20th century.
  • 2020 King of Kentucky Cannon 6 – This bottle of brown water magic happens to be included with several other premium bottles alongside the Hermitage Farm VIP experience. The entire package includes thoroughbred tours, VIP bourbon tastings, an evening at Barn8 Restaurant, and a night at the historic smokehouse on a famous property.
  • A 7 Year Old Gold Vein Old Weller from the 1970s, 107 proof – The predecessor to what we now call Weller Antique, is a 7 year old bourbon that comes in the iconic gold vein bottle. It was produced at the legendary Stitzel-Weller distillery in the 1970s and remains one of the most sought after bourbons in the world. Each bottle is individually numbered and is a one-of-a-kind collectible.
  • Dowling Deluxe, a 14 year old (bottled in the 1970s) – From a name that was once as powerful as any in American whiskey, the Dowlings backed the bad pony when they started making Mexican bourbon during Prohibition. This bottle represents a time when their name still meant something to the whiskey drinker and the family was looking to rebrand, of sorts, in the 1970s. Now an almost forgotten family, the Dowlings were excellent makers of whiskey and this bottle represents the gift of what they had to offer at the time. A piece of whiskey history.
  • 1905 Overholt Rye from the Richard & Andrew Mellon estate – So elusive it’s considered the unicorn of whiskeys and has enough power to appeal to the most serious collectors. It remains today one of the highest rated, most sought after whiskeys known. “A 1.5 ounce pour will cost you $1,000, and that’s even if you can get it,” Minnick said. In many ways, the provenance of Overholt Rye rivals the contents of the bottle:
    • Andrew Mellon purchased one-third of the Overholt Distillery from Henry Clay Frick, the founder’s grandson. Frick and Mellon, two wealthy Golden Age industrialists, were lifelong friends. On his death in 1919, Frick bequeathed his shares to Mellon who became the majority owner of the distillery.
    • Before Prohibition in 1920, Mellon and his brothers stored the best barrels of rye from the previous 15 years. Later, Mellon was forced to sell his share in the distillery after being appointed US Treasury Secretary.
    • During Prohibition, the Mellon brothers bottled some for personal use, eventually bottling the remaining casks when Prohibition ended.
    • Richard Mellon Scaife, billionaire publisher of the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, inherited from rye. In 2014, after Scaife’s death, a wine cellar was discovered containing around 60 cases of Overholt Rye from 1904-1912.
  • Old Forester Bourbon Anniversary 2015 and 2016. Sold at auction in pairs – The 2015 vintage had an unusually long fermentation of 6 days; the resulting alcohol once casked matured in the same warehouse location, near a window and near a thermal cycle duct, exposing the casks to very high temperatures. This resulted in extremely robust and intense wood-derived characteristics. The 2016 Anniversary Bourbon Cask Selection commemorates the 15th anniversary of the very first release. Unlike various previous selections, where barrels came from different warehouses and/or floors/locations within a warehouse, the 2016 version uniquely matured together on the same floor in the same warehouse, giving it a deep, rich oak personality. .
  • BPR Rye Bottled in Bond, bottled in 1942 – AKA Baltimore Pure Rye, is a blast from the past. Marketed as the biggest independent brand of the 1940s and 1950s, BPR often chastised competitors in the marketplace for sourcing whiskey instead of distilling it themselves. This bottle, however, is a tie to the days when people cared about authenticity and good Maryland rye. It’s a piece of history, a connection to when Maryland’s historic distilling culture was still very much alive.
  • Van Winkle 12 years, batch B, gifted and signed by Julian Van Winkle. It’s Grandpa. Enough said.
  • Bourbon experiences, including the highly anticipated Maker’s Mark Private Selection Experience, – The winner and 4 friends will travel to the Maker’s Mark Distillery for a private tour and ultimately the group will create an entire barrel of their own Maker’s Mark expression. When the barrel matures nine weeks later, their bourbon will be bottled, with labels bearing their name and a select stave recipe, and they will receive the full bottling. This bundle features a one-of-a-kind stained glass artwork by artist Neile Cooper.

Online auctions are attracting interest from serious bourbon enthusiasts and connoisseurs around the world. Bourbon experts say it’s a toss-up on which lot will command the most and steal the show. The event is organized with the support of the wall street journal-Bestselling author and renowned bourbon critic Fred Minnick.

“Since 2018, I have worked closely with the Speed ​​to auction the rarest whiskey bottles and experiences ever, raising over $1 million for this institution,” Minnick said. All proceeds support educational programs and exhibits at Speed.

Minnick, widely regarded as the world’s foremost authority on bourbon, watches many of these batches closely, knowing that these offerings can make a difference. “These rare whiskeys can have a huge impact on one of our country’s top art museums. We have the vintage and the rare, and the new and the unique. These kind of well-known bourbons don’t come around very often,” he said.

Collectors particularly turn to the Art of Bourbon for dusts, which are old bottles of whiskey that have not been produced for years. “It’s not every day you can get your hands on it. You’re buying a piece of history in a bottle,” said Marc Abrams, a Louisville-based bourbon collector and co-founder of BourbonX, who also donated much of his prized brown water for sale to the auction.

“On September 22, collectors have the opportunity to buy and taste history, and this auction creates those opportunities,” said Abrams, one of several bourbon experts hosting the auction.

Speed ​​takes its share of angel

In addition to bourbon, the Speed ​​Art Museum will serve another rarity, and it has nothing to do with “dusty bottles.” The biggest heavyweights in the industry will participate in the Art of Bourbon.

Guests will gather under the museum’s Beaux-Arts roof and mingle with master distillers, members of old-guard bourbon families, distillery executives, and founders of new distilleries that have sprung up on and off Kentucky. Bourbon Trail. Prominent collectors from across the country show their support by attending or donating bottles from their stash to this event.

“The Speed ​​Art Museum, Kentucky’s largest and oldest art museum, is proud to host this first national nonprofit bourbon auction,” said museum director Raphaela Platow. . “For one night only, Speed ​​will rival the best bourbon bars in the country so that year-round we can share the best art in the world with all Kentucky people.”

Proceeds from the event support the arts institution’s education programs and exhibitions. Bill Menish will be the evening’s auctioneer. To view the auction catalog and purchase event tickets: artofbourbon.org.

About the Speed ​​Art Museum

The Speed ​​Art Museum, in Louisville, Kentucky, is an independent encyclopedic museum, and the oldest and largest art museum in the state, where our mission is to invite everyone to celebrate art for all time. Established in 1927 by philanthropist Hattie Bishop Speed, the museum has undergone several renovations and expansions, now occupying more than 200,000 square feet on the University of Louisville campus. The Speed ​​serves as a cultural hub where people can connect with each other and the work of artists from around the world in new and unexpected ways. Learn more at www.speedmuseum.org.

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  • Booker’s 8 Year Old, bottled in 1987, is one of 38 lots in the September 22 Art of Bourbon auction

  • Blanton’s 1992 is a highlight of this year’s Art of Bourbon

        
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2022 Museum Guide for the Houston Area: Many Galleries, Museums, and Art Exhibits Are Worth Visiting https://expo-monet.com/2022-museum-guide-for-the-houston-area-many-galleries-museums-and-art-exhibits-are-worth-visiting/ Mon, 12 Sep 2022 15:24:00 +0000 https://expo-monet.com/2022-museum-guide-for-the-houston-area-many-galleries-museums-and-art-exhibits-are-worth-visiting/ The Houston area is home to a number of museums and galleries. The lists in this guide are not exhaustive. Art Galeries A variety of art galleries can be found in Montrose and River Oaks, many of which are owned by artists. 1. Moody Gallery 713-526-9911 www.moodygallery.com 2. Laura Rathe Fine Arts 713-527-7700 www.laurarathe.com 3. […]]]>

The Houston area is home to a number of museums and galleries. The lists in this guide are not exhaustive.

Art Galeries

A variety of art galleries can be found in Montrose and River Oaks, many of which are owned by artists.

1. Moody Gallery

713-526-9911

www.moodygallery.com

2. Laura Rathe Fine Arts

713-527-7700

www.laurarathe.com

3. Christophe Martin Gallery

346-330-9832

www.christophermartingallery.com

4. Factory colors

347-378-4071

www.colorfactory.co

5. McClain Gallery*

713-520-9988

www.mcclaingallery.com

6. World Art

713-526-1201

www.artoftheworldgallery.com

7. Foltz Fine Arts**

713-521-7500

www.foltzgallery.com

8. Arcade Gallery

713-522-2409

www.archwaygallery.com

9. Barbara Davis Gallery

713-520-9200

www.barbaradavisgallery.com

10. Anya Tish Gallery

713-524-2299

www.anyatishgallery.com

Featured Gallery: Archway Gallery

Archway Gallery, located on Dunlavy Street, has been owned and operated by Houston-area artists for 34 years. Media styles include sculpture, pottery, and paintings, among others.

* appointments encouraged but not required

**open by appointment only

Local Spotlight: Rienzi

The historic house-museum presents a collection of European decorative arts, paintings and furniture.

1406 Kirby Drive, Houston

713-639-7800

www.mfah.org/visit/rienzi

Cost: $10 (adults), $8 (65 and over), $5 (college students and 13-18), free (12 and under)

The local area

Bellaire, Meyerland and West University is home to some of the city’s best-known museums, including those in the official Museum Quarter.

1. DeBakey Library and Museum

6450 E. Cullen St., Houston

713-798-4710

www.bcm.edu/about-us/our-campus/debakey-museum

No cost

2. Southern History Museum

7502 Fondren Road, Houston

281-649-3287

www.hbu.edu/museums/museum-of-southern-history

Cost: $4 (children), $5 (group tours), $6 (adults)

3. Museum of American Architecture and Decorative Arts

7502 Fondren Road, Houston

281-649-3287

www.hbu.edu/museums/museum-of-american-architecture-and-decorative-arts

Cost: $4 (children), $5 (group tours), $6 (adults)

4. Dunham Bible Museum

7502 Fondren Road, Houston

281-649-3287

www.hbu.edu/museums/dunham-bible-museum

No cost

Featured Museum: Houston Baptist University Museums

Houston Baptist University’s Sharpstown campus is home to several of its own museums, including the Museum of Southern History, which traces Southern history to the mid-1800s.

Worth a visit: National Museum of Funeral History

The museum offers exhibits of historical burial service items, including memorabilia from various cultures and time periods.

415 Barren Springs Drive, Houston

281-876-3063

www.nmfh.org

Cost: $7 (6-11), $9 (55+), $10 (adults)

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Houston Museum District

The Houston Museum District includes 19 museums in an area north of Hermann Park and east of Rice University. Highlights include the Museum of Fine Arts, the Houston Museum of Natural Science, and the Houston Zoo.

Art museums

1.Asia Society Texas Center

2. Houston Museum of Contemporary Art

3. Miscellaneous works

4. Houston Contemporary Craft Center

5. Houston Photography Center

6. Lawndale Art Center

7. Moody Center for the Arts

8. Rothko Chapel

9. The Jung Center

10. The Menil Collection

11. The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston

Historical museums

12. Buffalo Soldiers National History Museum

13. Czech Center Museum

14. Houston Holocaust Museum

15. Houston Museum of African American Culture

Science museums

16. Houston Children’s Museum

17. Houston Museum of Natural Science

18. Houston Zoo

19. The Museum of Health

Featured Museum: The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, Cullen Sculpture Garden

The garden features works by sculptors from the 20th and 21st centuries. Sculptor Isamu Noguchi created the garden, which is framed by concrete walls and dotted with native trees, bamboo and crape myrtle.

Montrose Boulevard and Bissonnet Street, Houston

713-639-7300

www.mfah.org

No cost

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State Museum Art Exhibit Includes Local Artists https://expo-monet.com/state-museum-art-exhibit-includes-local-artists/ Thu, 01 Sep 2022 04:04:00 +0000 https://expo-monet.com/state-museum-art-exhibit-includes-local-artists/ INDIANAPOLIS — Local artists Mary Gretsinger of Columbus, Rick D. Wilson of Edinburgh and Teresa Schultz of Nashville are among nearly 130 artists from across Indiana who now have their work on display at the Indiana State Museum through Oct. 23 in part of the 98th Annual Hoosier Arts Fair Exhibition. Gretsinger twice won Best […]]]>

INDIANAPOLIS — Local artists Mary Gretsinger of Columbus, Rick D. Wilson of Edinburgh and Teresa Schultz of Nashville are among nearly 130 artists from across Indiana who now have their work on display at the Indiana State Museum through Oct. 23 in part of the 98th Annual Hoosier Arts Fair Exhibition.

Gretsinger twice won Best Show honors at the annual show.

This year’s exhibition presents 155 works by 129 artists in eight categories: figure, still life, abstract, three-dimensional work, watercolour, portrait, landscape and original work or print on paper.

Twenty-two artists are featured for the first time and seven former Best of Show winners have worked in the exhibition.

“The Indiana State Museum is once again honored to host this important exhibit,” said Mark Ruschman, senior curator of art and culture at Indiana State Museum and Historic Sites. “This is a great opportunity for our visitors to see incredible artistry from across the state, showcasing a wide variety of media, techniques and subject matter.”

To be eligible for the contest, an artist must be a member of the Hoosier Salon and must have lived in Indiana for at least one year at any point in their life.

All works in the exhibition are available for sale through October 23 online at hoosiersalon.org.

“You might think you’ve seen it all after 98 years of the annual Hoosier Salon, but that’s not true,” said Michael Quinn, chairman of the Hoosier Art Salon board. “Indiana artists continue to amaze us with new ways to truly see and appreciate nature, objects, people, and experiences. This is the perfect opportunity to discover new artists and experience a wide range of works by Indiana artists in one place.

The legacy of the Hoosier Salon began in 1925 when the Indiana Girls opened the doors to the first exhibition of contemporary Indiana artists at the Marshall Field and Company Galleries in Chicago. In 1942 the exhibit moved to downtown Indianapolis – first to William H. Block Co. (until 1977), then LS Ayres and Company (1978-89). In 1990, the Hoosier Salon exhibit came to the Indiana State Museum, where it has remained ever since, except for a stint at the Indiana Historical Society from 2005 to 2010.

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Global Industry Growth, Share, Size, Trends and Segmentation Report https://expo-monet.com/global-industry-growth-share-size-trends-and-segmentation-report/ Thu, 25 Aug 2022 09:27:06 +0000 https://expo-monet.com/global-industry-growth-share-size-trends-and-segmentation-report/ The report on Museum Art Handing market provides a bird’s eye view of the current proceeding within Museum Art Handing market. Further, the report also takes into account the impact of the novel COVID-19 pandemic on Museum Art Handing market and offers a clear assessment of the projected market fluctuations during the […]]]>




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How to Enter the Trefin Museum Art Competition https://expo-monet.com/how-to-enter-the-trefin-museum-art-competition/ Thu, 11 Aug 2022 05:00:00 +0000 https://expo-monet.com/how-to-enter-the-trefin-museum-art-competition/ A SPECIAL open art competition has been launched in Pembrokeshire. The competition sees local artists and visitors of all ages create works of art to vote for. It is based at the Trefin Museum opposite The Ship Inn and aims to capture and create the spirit, atmosphere, interior and exterior and/or location of the chapel […]]]>

A SPECIAL open art competition has been launched in Pembrokeshire.

The competition sees local artists and visitors of all ages create works of art to vote for.

It is based at the Trefin Museum opposite The Ship Inn and aims to capture and create the spirit, atmosphere, interior and exterior and/or location of the chapel – where the museum is located – through the drawing.

Artists are encouraged to visit the chapel for inspiration and leave their works on a bench, with visitors encouraged to vote for their favorite photos.

The idea is to create drawings and illustrations on paper using any medium except oil and acrylic with a maximum size of 32x42cm.

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The chapel is open every day and the competition runs until Friday October 7th. All works are uploaded to the museum’s Instagram @trefinmuseum.

The competition is a collaboration between independent St Davids shop Basalt & Dune and the museum and will be judged by Mark Raggett de Solva, senior vice-president of the Royal Watercolor Society and artistic director of The Crown.

The prizes offered include an exhibition in the spring of 2023 in the St Davids room at Oriel y Parc, St Davids for two artists and assistance with framing costs with Kadinsky Art in Narberth.

The Harbor Lights Gallery in Porthgain also offers the opportunity for an emerging artist to have their work framed and hung in the gallery.

The artist with the most votes from visitors to the chapel will win a night for two at the Twr y Felin hotel.

There are also prices for children in the age groups 5-11 and 12-18.

Full details can be downloaded at https://www.basaltdune.co.uk/basalt-x-trefin

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Analysis of the investments of the art delivery market in museums https://expo-monet.com/analysis-of-the-investments-of-the-art-delivery-market-in-museums/ Mon, 08 Aug 2022 16:54:56 +0000 https://expo-monet.com/analysis-of-the-investments-of-the-art-delivery-market-in-museums/ A new research study from JCMR with the title Global Delivery of works of art to the museum Market Research Report 2022 provides an in-depth assessment of Museum Art Handing, including key market trends, upcoming technologies, industry drivers, challenges, regulatory policies and strategies. The research study provides forecasts for the investments in the handing over […]]]>

A new research study from JCMR with the title Global Delivery of works of art to the museum Market Research Report 2022 provides an in-depth assessment of Museum Art Handing, including key market trends, upcoming technologies, industry drivers, challenges, regulatory policies and strategies. The research study provides forecasts for the investments in the handing over of works of art from museums until 2030.

The report includes the latest post-pandemic market research on the museum art handover market.

Competitor analysis: Agility, Atelier 4, DHL, Iron Mountain (Crozier), Crown, DB Schenker, Aetna, MTAB, Fine Art Logistics, Freight Systems, Mithals, Deppon, Sinotrans, Grace, Yamato, USArt, Michelle, Katolec, Helu-Trans, Globaliner

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• Museum Art Handing North America industry: United States, Canada and Mexico.

• Industry of returning works of art to museums South and Central America: Argentina, Chile and Brazil.

• Museum Art Handing Middle East and Africa industry: Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, Turkey, Egypt and South Africa.

• Industry for returning works of art to museums Europe: United Kingdom, France, Italy, Germany, Spain and Russia.

• Industrie Museum Art Handing Asia-Pacific: India, China, Japan, South Korea, Indonesia, Singapore and Australia.

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By type
– Transportation
– Packaging
– Storage
– Other

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– Public museum
– Private museum
– Museum exhibition

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Chapter 1: Global Museum Art Handover Market Overview (2015-2030)
• Definition of the return of works of art to a museum
• Museum Art Handover Specifications
• Classification of the delivery of works of art to museums
• Museum artwork discount apps
• Museum Art Delivery Regions

Chapter 2: Delivery of works of art to the museum Market competition by players/vendors 2015 and 2022
• Structure of manufacturing costs of the handing over of works of art of the museum
Art museum handing over raw materials and suppliers
• Process of making museum artwork discount
• Industry chain structure of the remittance of works of art to museums

Chapter 3: Delivery of works of art to the museum Sales (Volume) and Revenue (Value) by Region (2015-2022)
• Museum Art Sales
• Museum Art Handing revenue and market share

Chapter 4, 5 and 6: Global Museum Art Delivery Market by Type, Application and Player/Supplier Profiles (2015-2022)
• Museum Art Delivery Market Share by Type and Application
• Growth rate of delivery of works of art to museums by type and application
• Factors and opportunities related to the return of works of art to museums
• Basic information about the museum’s fine art remittance company

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Punk artifacts are on display at the Neon Museum’s ‘Art/Rock/Revelry’ exhibit https://expo-monet.com/punk-artifacts-are-on-display-at-the-neon-museums-art-rock-revelry-exhibit/ Fri, 05 Aug 2022 07:00:00 +0000 https://expo-monet.com/punk-artifacts-are-on-display-at-the-neon-museums-art-rock-revelry-exhibit/ Philadelphia is a city steeped in history. Every street, every house, every building has a story. While the Liberty Bell and the Rocky stages can take center stage, the vast history of Philadelphia’s underground is equally fascinating. The Philadelphia Neon Museum hosts Art/Rock/Festivitiesan exhibition highlighting artifacts from the city’s independent music culture, particularly from the […]]]>

Philadelphia is a city steeped in history. Every street, every house, every building has a story. While the Liberty Bell and the Rocky stages can take center stage, the vast history of Philadelphia’s underground is equally fascinating. The Philadelphia Neon Museum hosts Art/Rock/Festivitiesan exhibition highlighting artifacts from the city’s independent music culture, particularly from the 70s and 80s.

Various concert posters, video/audio recordings, photos, zines and oral histories from people who were part of the emerging punk and counterculture scenes are on display. The exhibit comes from personal collections and visitors are encouraged to add their own pieces to the mix.

Art/Rock/Festivities opened July 29 and will run until September 18, with a special opening reception on Saturday August 6 from noon to 5:00 p.m.; the exhibit and reception are free with the museum‘s $10 admission fee.

The extent of the material on display shows how this era had a significant impact on music in Philadelphia and on music in general. Although there is a lot of exhibits, it begs the question of how much material was lost during this pre-internet era. Maybe in 40 years there will be an underground DIY exhibition from the years 2010 to 2020.

But even for young people in the contemporary counterculture, this exhibit should be something on your radar; because without our predecessors, there would be no blueprint or sage advice to pass on to the next generation.

More details can be found at the Neon Museum in Philadelphia website.

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Dutch Museum Art Pavilion M floats on water https://expo-monet.com/dutch-museum-art-pavilion-m-floats-on-water/ Wed, 06 Jul 2022 14:31:44 +0000 https://expo-monet.com/dutch-museum-art-pavilion-m-floats-on-water/ Photography: Riccardo de Vecchi Photography: Riccardo de Vecchi Photography: Riccardo de Vecchi Photography: Riccardo de Vecchi A series of floating circles make up Art Pavilion M – a new museum designed by Studio Ossidiana for the Dutch city of Almere. The Rotterdam Architecture Agency envisioned the art center as a sequence of three experiences? the […]]]>

A series of floating circles make up Art Pavilion M – a new museum designed by Studio Ossidiana for the Dutch city of Almere.

The Rotterdam Architecture Agency envisioned the art center as a sequence of three experiences? the port, the stage and the observatory. Visitors enter through the ring-shaped walkway, arrive at the museum’s outdoor terrace (which can be moved to accommodate events and performances) and then enjoy the art collection within the polycarbonate shell of the central building.

Art Pavilion M is located in Almere, a Dutch town in the province of Flevoland, created by reclaiming land from the Zuider Inland Sea in the 1920s. Weerwater, where the museum floats, is an artificial lake dug for the project.

The art museum is rooted in its surroundings, with the polycarbonate walls filtering natural light and water reflections and local seashells used as roofing material and for the terrazzo countertops inside. Studio Ossidiana also located the museum’s windows to align them with the winter and summer solstices.

The M art pavilion currently hosts Naturally; Future savages – an exhibition of international works of art exploring the future of nature.

Photography: Riccardo de Vecchi

Photography: Riccardo de Vecchi

Photography: Riccardo de Vecchi

Photography: Riccardo de Vecchi

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