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Bellwether Culture and UZO Media Productions Partner to Launch a New NFT Community Grounds, UNREVEALED, at Miami Art Week 2021 | News

NEW YORK, Nov. 19, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — Bellwether Culture and UZO Media Productions today announced the launch of UNREVEALED (NRVLD.CO), a multi-day gathering during Miami Art Week. Enhanced by a dreamy oceanfront setting, unrivaled hospitality, and cutting-edge events, UNREVEALED provides the ultimate mecca for creators, brands, and investors to discuss, activate, and collaborate on NFT projects. 

Poised for groundbreaking events, UNREVEALED has joined forces with Art Basel preferred South Beach hotel, Kimpton Surfcomber, to serve as the host venue for the inaugural event on December 1-5, 2021.

“With NFT technology exploding in 2021 and Miami

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New Arts Complex Aims to Build Community in Detroit

DETROIT — “If we knew how the gallery world worked, I don’t know that we would have jumped into it,” said JJ Curis, who, with her husband, Anthony Curis, founded an art gallery, the Library Street Collective, in 2012, in a once-derelict alleyway. But she feels their naïveté going into that first venture may have allowed them to conduct future business with an unconventional mind-set.

Now, hoping to contribute to the city’s artistic renaissance, the Curises have bought and restored the Good Shepherd Catholic Church and rectory from 1912 and are self-funding the redevelopment of the structures and surrounding

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Art center hosts hybrid community day to explore ‘Art of Disability Culture’ show | News

“The Art of Disability Culture,” features works in a variety of media celebrating the “infinitely varied disability experience.” Seen here is “Self Portrait,” a digital print by Michaela Oteri. Courtesy Palo Alto Art Center

The Palo Alto Art Center hosts an online and in-person community day highlighting its current exhibition, “The Art of Disability Culture: Artists with disabilities dispelling myths, dissolving barriers and disrupting prejudice,” which is a celebration of disability experience.

The event, which takes place Sunday, Oct. 10, noon – 4p.m., both at the center and virtually, includes exhibition tours with curator Fran Osborne and performances by “Northern

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Biden’s Pick to Lead N.E.A. Sees Culture as a Community Building Tool

President Joseph R. Biden Jr.’s new nominee to lead the National Endowment for the Arts is a veteran arts administrator and tenured professor at Arizona State University with a background in urban planning and a history of embracing the importance of the arts at the neighborhood level.

The nominee, Maria Rosario Jackson, is a recognized expert in creative placemaking, a process that leverages arts, culture and design to spur economic development in communities and promote social change. Colleagues said she will bring a public policy lens to one of the nation’s top arts jobs.

“She is one of our nation’s

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