Tucson Meet Yourself Organizer Wins 2021 Shelley Award For Advancing Arizona Art And Culture | Arts: Feature
For thousands of years, humans in the Southwest have created art to express their experiences and imaginations. These practices were developed and passed down for generations, and they still persist today. These include weaving, pottery making, Native American songs, storytelling. But traditional artists are often overlooked in the modern art world.
“The traditional arts tend to fly under the radar, yet they are the foundation of entire communities,” said Maribel Alvarez, a local anthropologist, folklorist and program director of the Tucson Meet Yourself festival.
Alvarez will receive the 2021 Shelley Award this year for her life’s work elevating the
A piece in the Denver Art Museum’s (DAM) Asian collection is causing controversy amongst art historians and concerned citizens of Nepal. The object in question is a 30-and-three-quarter-inch-tall tablet depicting Shiva, a revered Hindu deity, and his wife Parvati, along with their children and other attendants. Nepalese Hindus refer to images of
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The 1935 sculpture by Alexander Phimister Proctor was among several Lee monuments around the U.S. that were removed from public view
A statue of Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee that the city of Dallas removed from a park and later sold in an online auction is now on display at a golf resort in West Texas.
The bronze sculpture, which was removed from the Dallas park in September 2017, is now at the Lajitas Golf Resort in Terlingua, Texas, the Houston Chronicle reported.
The 27,000-acre resort, which is privately owned by Dallas billionaire and pipeline mogul Kelcy Warren and