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- James Harrison, Music Professor and Piano Lover, Dies at 84
Mr. Harrison was a longtime teacher of music theory and a dean of fine arts
and humanities at Hunter College in New York City. He has died of complications of Covid-19.
New York Times. Thursday, 9 Jul 2020.
- Chicago principal resigns over claims of unprofessional behavior
Kurt Jones, 46, on Friday stepped down as principal at Chicago's prestigious Franklin Elementary Fine Arts
Center following the release of a damning Chicago Public Schools report about his conduct.
Daily Mail. Thursday, 25 Jun 2020.
- Boston's Museum of Fine Arts to buy work from 24 artists
BOSTON (AP) - Even as Boston's Museum of Fine Arts
remains closed, curators remain at work on building out its contemporary art collection. The museum made a pledge Thursday to purchase works by 24 artists living in the country. ...
Washington Times. Friday, 29 May 2020.
- U.S. Museums Are Reopening: To See Monet, Don a Mask
As museums around the country prepare to reopen, the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, is going first with safety protocols in place.
New York Times. Monday, 25 May 2020.
- Keller ISD Fine Arts Dept. Holds Online Concert
The fine arts
students and teachers of Keller ISD put on a virtual talent show.
NBC. Wednesday, Mar 25 2020.
- Tasting Notes From San Francisco's First Craft Chocolate Experience
San Francisco's inaugural Craft Chocolate Experience took over the Palace of Fine Arts, with 93 exhibitors from 23 countries.
Forbes. Monday, 16 Mar 2020.
- Cedar Falls studios are 'like an office for fine arts'
CEDAR FALLS, Iowa (AP) - Carving out space for creative pursuits while juggling work demands can be difficult - even if being an artist is part of the job. ...
Washington Times. Sunday, 8 Mar 2020.
- Peek Into The Most Grandiose Booths At TEFAF Maastricht Before The World-Leading Art Fair Opens To The Public
While fine art
is the star of world-leading fair TEFAF Maastricht, several extravagant booths took months to build and weeks to install, making them masterpieces in their own right.
Forbes. Friday, 6 Mar 2020.
- Never-before-seen manuscript of Hitler's OPERA goes on display in Austria
The Vienna Academy of Fine Arts
exam book, showing Hitler was rejected twice in 1907 and 1908, will also go on display this weekend in Sankt Poelten, outside Austria, for an exhibition.
Daily Mail. Friday, 28 Feb 2020.
- The financials every entrepreneur needs to know so the doors stay open for business
Your core business is baking or motorcycle repair or fine arts
consulting. But you still need to know business and money.
CNBC. Tuesday, 4 Feb 2020.
- Thanks to the Hopper Hotel Experience, You Can Now Spend a Night at the Museum
The Virginia Museum of Fine Arts
will host guests in a 3-D recreation of Edward Hopper's 1957 painting, 'Western Motel'
Smithsonian. Friday, 16 Aug 2019.
- Macquarie Bank hiring those with fine arts degrees to help thwart cybercrime
The bank's CEO says it's also important for the industry, regulators, and government to combine powers to successfully counter cyber risks.
ZDNet. Friday, 17 May 2019.
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