Daily Archive: September 20, 2021

A Fresh Face in the Gallery: New Director of Art Exhibition and Outreach Welcomed to USM

Kat Zagaria Buckley, new Director of Art Exhibition and Outreach outside of the Art Gallery on the Gorham Campus. Cassandra Regner / Staff Photographer

By: Lydia Simmons, Arts & Culture Editor

For Kat Zagaria Buckley growing up she always had an idea of what she wanted to do in life. Her strong passion for art provided her with direction when it came to her schooling and then later on in the developing of her career. 

Her passion for art was fostered by her mother, a graphic designer. Growing up just outside of New York City in New Jersey, Buckley’s mother

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Travel

Art & Entertainment,Art & Visual,Art & Culture,Art & Design,Digital Art PhotographyDigital Artwork Images menggunakan Facebook. Avid artwork collector Stephen Schwartz makes a point of purchasing artworks particularly to be hung around the workplace areas of his firm, Criterion Management LLC. He has expressed the significance of getting art in the office because the starting of his career almost 40 years in the past, and now says, Artwork humanizes a enterprise, softens the perimeters, and supplies a stimulating work setting for our employees and clients alike.” Whether or not it’s in a restaurant, a house or an workplace space, the concept is identical: the art is setting the tone of that … Read More

Arts groups gather at Philly’s Kimmel Center with message: We’re back

It was a kind of coming-out party after 18 months of staying in. A reconnection between Philadelphia’s artists and the culture mavens who have missed them. An affirmation that Philadelphia’s arts sector is back.

This was the hopeful messaging Saturday at the Kimmel Center, where the doors were thrown open for a day of Beethoven, hip-hop, opera, poetry readings, and more. About 50 arts groups were represented, and the event, dubbed “Arts Launch 2021,” marked the first fully public event for the city’s largest arts presenter since it shut down for the pandemic in March 2020.

Of course, the public

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Fiesta on Wells to celebrate Latino culture, art and businesses

The Fiesta on Wells — an annual celebration of the arts, culture and contributions made by Latinos — is back this weekend following a year hiatus due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

The event will feature music, dance performances and various Latin-American foods in celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month, from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday on Wells Avenue between Arroyo and Burns streets.

According to Reno Councilman Oscar Delgado, who helped sponsor the event, it’s a chance for families disconnected from relatives, friends and other loved ones last year to come together.

Roughly 85 vendors are expected to participate,

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