Monthly Archive: June 2021

Memphis museums highlight Bluff City history, culture, and art

MEMPHIS, Tenn. (WMC) – The Bluff City is home to more than two museums, each with its own draw.

Local history, culture, and art are enshrined in the halls and galleries of Bluff City museums, preserving treasures that give Memphis its identity.

And what better way to explore that uniqueness than to take a seat and let the conductor punch your ticket on a whistle stop tour through Memphis’ Railroad and Trolley Museum.

”Our whole focus is telling the Memphis railroad history story. We’re unique in that we focus locally because there’s so much detail,” said Mike Fleming, president of

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‘Gele I’ Giclee Print

Art & Entertainment,Art & Visual,Art & Culture,Art & Design,Digital Art PhotographyDigital Artwork Photography menggunakan Facebook. In The Origin of the Work of Artwork , Martin Heidegger, a German thinker and a seminal thinker, describes the essence of art by way of the concepts of being and reality. He argues that art is not solely a approach of expressing the component of reality in a culture, however the means of making it and providing a springboard from which “that which is” might be revealed. Artistic endeavors usually are not merely representations of the best way things are, but truly produce a group’s shared understanding. Each time a brand new art work … Read More

ARTS AND Culture: Corduroy Brown – The Tribune

Alan Brown – Guitar/Vocals; Chris Barker – Bass; Jeffrey McClelland – Drums /Vocals; Tyler Cooper – Guitar/Vocals 

Genre Style: Pop, Rock

Location: Huntington, West Virginia

How did the project start?
Really, over the pandemic was when it came together as a group. We’ve all played in several bands over the last several years, but something about this group sparked a little extra something when the pieces came together. We’re all old friends first.

What are three adjectives to describe your style?
Fun, Introspective and jovial.

Walk us through your creative process. Does it vary, if so, how?
Some of the

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Seattle arts luminaries Marcie Sillman and Vivian Phillips’ new podcast advocates for art, by and for everyone

Marcie Sillman retired after 35 years as an arts and culture reporter at radio station KUOW in December 2020, as artists and performers struggled to pay bills without work, galleries and museums sat empty and the art world wondered if things would ever return to normal. 

She says her last year at KUOW was sad because the artists she loved were struggling. And she felt a responsibility, even though she was retiring, to keep focusing on the arts community because it was “disproportionately hit by the pandemic in a way that’s not really recognized.”

Sillman reached out to her friend

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