Daily Archive: August 19, 2021

Art, theatre and more to check out from August 19 to 21



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Have a great culture-filled weekend!

Sorting out your list of fun things to do over the upcoming weekend? Does it include trying out a new summery meal, catching a must-see movie or catching a Premier League game?

Why not add a dash of culture to the mix that includes checking out some art, watching a local theatre show or checking out a cultural event.

Here’s a list of 5 cool cultural things to do in Dubai this weekend 

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Encaustic Colorado’ brings hot art form to Loveland Museum

Aug. 18—Encaustic painting — the method of heating wax to create layered and captivating works of art — dates back as far as the fifth century B.C.

While the innovative style can be seen in ancient Greek and Roman paintings, creatives today still practice the time-honored method and use metal tools, spatulas and special brushes to mold and shape the medium as it cools — creating pieces that are filled with depth, texture and plenty of intrigue.

“Light Affects: Encaustic Colorado” opened at Loveland Museum last month and features work from four artists that beautifully bring this ancient practice into

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Art Pictures

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‘Sing Our Rivers Red’ exhibit raises awareness about the epidemic of missing and murdered Indigenous people

Aug. 18—The staggering number of crimes committed against Indigenous women and girls within America and Canada continues to rise and thousands of cases are sadly left cold.

“Sing Our Rivers Red,” an exhibit that opened this spring at the Dairy Arts Center, aims to bring awareness to the mass injustices that occur year after year.

A sea of multi-hued earrings — some beaded, others woven and all without a corresponding match — literally encase the exhibition as they wrap around the gallery wall. Gathered and donated by individuals who have personally felt the pain of losing a loved one or

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