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For some of Cordova’s Indigenous artists, creating fish skin earrings is about family, culture and connection

CORDOVA — Salmon are often recognized by their bright orange flesh and flashy silver skin. When tanned and made into earrings, however, the salmon skin takes on a new life — it has the feel of leather but a more delicate appearance, encircled in a frame of tiny, colorful beads.

The market for salmon skin earrings continues to grow, especially on Instagram. Over the past few years, Indigenous creators have used the popular social media platform to share their art and culture with people around the world.

For the women of Alutiiq Angels, a Cordova-based family business that sells hand-crafted

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Museum of Crypto Art will raise money to support NFT community artists

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The Museum of Crypto Art (MOCA) will raise money through sales of cryptocurrency tokens to help the budding community of cryptocurrency artists, including those who have embraced nonfungible tokens (NFTs).

The museum is virtual art gallery, and it first opened in April 2020. It is dedicated to the preservation of the foundational moments and artifacts for a decentralized community. The museum is announcing it will sell a $MOCA cryptocurrency token (live today) to those who want to be the owners and curators of the museum. It will also reward

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Total Artists Entertainment

It has opened the way to enhanced technical cooperation between the varied national expertise councils within the performing arts and audiovisual sectors, but additionally on the degree of European social dialogue. Sherlock’s Mystery Dinner Theatre® is a non-profit theatre company in Columbus, Georgia, and throughout the years has turn out to be a favourite entertainment attraction for the southeast. The Norman Shannon and Emmy Lou P. Illges Gallery is located in the Art And Entertainment Corn Center for the Visual Arts at Columbus State University, a instructing facility with 3250 square toes and 20-foot ceilings. The gallery has been designed … Read More

Pamplin Media Group – Art in Oregon founder: Solidify a place for artists

Tammy Jo Wilson: Nonprofit group faces challenge of continuing to connect communities

COURTESY PHOTO - Tammy Jo Wilson, visual arts program manager at Lewis & Clark College, poses along the McLoughlin Promenade in Oregon City.Art in Oregon, a visual art nonprofit based in Oregon City has been navigating the challenges of the COVID crisis. With the widespread loss of art events and exhibitions in 2020 and into 2021, Art in Oregon faces the challenge of continuing to connect artists and communities.

Over the past year, we have been able to pivot to the virtual format when necessary and in person when possible, hosting two online exhibitions and two artist residencies since the beginning of the pandemic. Art in Oregon attributes our ability

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