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Terrebonne Fine Arts Guild on upcoming Christmas show after Ida

Like much of the community, the Terrebonne Fine Arts Guild suffered a one-two punch from the COVID-19 pandemic and Hurricane Ida. 

The guild was organized in 1963 to promote art and art culture in Terrebonne Parish and is located at 630 Belanger Street in Houma. Since then, it has provided artists in the area a space to come together, as well as something that reflects the bayou community, according to the guild’s president, Margaret Chouest.

“It’s a place for people to talk, look and critique work that’s not tied to a school or museum,” Chouest said. “Being in a guild,

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COP26 Event to Show How Artists Can Drive Climate-Change Action

  • Artists and creatives can be key resources to getting people to act on climate change.
  • The “Culture: The missing link” event at COP26 will explore how artists can communicate the message.
  • Artists embedded within their communities are well-positioned to drive local action.

Alison Tickell, founder and CEO of Julie’s Bicycle, said that we must pay attention to how we’re damaging the planet, and she thinks artists can help communicate that message in powerful ways. Her UK-based nonprofit mobilizes the arts and culture sector to take action on the climate crisis.

“No amount of data,

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In Berlin, a street art show before it’s ‘game over’ for site

From an image of Hulk who suddenly leaps over your head to a painting that changes its colours, one Berlin street art exhibition offers visitors a chance to experience paintings in 3D.



Works like 'Imagine You Could See All the Colours' by Berlin-based illustrator and street artist Herr von Bias are enhanced with augmented reality


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Works like ‘Imagine You Could See All the Colours’ by Berlin-based illustrator and street artist Herr von Bias are enhanced with augmented reality



Many works are inspired by videogames, like this one from the 'Drink and Draw Berlin' art collective


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Many works are inspired by videogames, like this one from the ‘Drink and Draw Berlin’ art collective

Called “Game Over”, the exhibition inspired by videogames is housed in a former casino stretching over 2,000 square metres (21,500 square feet)

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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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