Week Ahead: Turner Prize, University Strike, and Film Awards Ceremonies

Jo Grady. Artists will line up in hopes of winning the Turner Prize on Wednesday at the annual ceremony. Register now to our daily newsletter Newsletter cut through the noise One of the world’s best-known prizes for the visual arts, the Turner Prize aims to promote public debate around new …

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Tring Natural History Museum features images of Wildlife Photographer of the Year

Wildlife photographer of the year 2021, winner of the Grand Title of France with his image “Creation” was Laurent Ballesta CREDIT: Laurent Ballesta Submitted by the Natural History Museum The highlights of the world’s most prestigious nature photography exhibition have opened at the Natural History Museum in Tring, Hertfordshire and …

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Karen Bordok, a Houma artist, uses the technique of acrylic painting to

Imagine lying in the grass behind your grandparents’ house on a fall afternoon, gazing up at the sky and determining the shape of the clouds passing overhead. Is this cloud a turtle or a dragon? A flower or a crayfish? The sun is starting to set and clouds are now …

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Discovery Star credits Whoopi Goldberg for success

Sonequa Martin-Green, who plays Michael Burnham in Star Trek: Discovery, credits Whoopi Goldberg for paving the way for black women in the series. Star Trek: Discovery star Sonequa Martin-Green paid tribute to black women of Star Trek while speaking with Whoopi Goldberg. From Discovery season 4, Green became the first …

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Stephen Sondheim, legend of musical theater, has died at 91

No one has instilled words and music with more wit, wisdom and warmth than Stephen Sondheim. The composer and lyricist died at his home in Roxbury, Connecticut on Friday at the age of 91. Rick Miramontez, a publicist for the current Broadway production of Sondheim’s musical “Company”, confirmed the news …

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Sean Rayford, SC photographer for The State, is on the Time list

Sean Rayford. Provided by Sean Rayford. A Columbia-based photojournalist took one of the most memorable photos of the year, according to TIME magazine. A photo of Sean Rayford was featured in TIME’s 2021 Top 100 Photos. The photo shows a person visiting the Waynesboro, Ga. Grave of Ahmaud Arbery, a …

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Pilar Corrias now represents Oslo artist Ragna Bley.

Ragna Bley in her studio. Photo: Lars Petter Pettersen Courtesy of the artist and Pilar Corrias, London Pilar Corrias announced the portrayal of Oslo artist Ragna Bley. Working through paint, sculpture, text, and performance, the colors of Bley’s artwork flicker across the surface and seep into the canvas, blending together …

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Seasonal Spirits: Welcome winter with these eight bartender-approved bottles

As we keep our rosé by the pool and our Aperol ready for the spritz until next summer, it’s time to bring out more seasonal bottles: spirits and homemade liqueurs to thaw our chilly souls and transport us. until spring. Think of them as the alcoholic equivalent of a cable-knit …

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A student “too poor” for a mortar trades his graduation gown for a BIN BAG in a university stunt

A STUDENT wore a trash bag for his graduation ceremony after claiming he was “too poor” to afford a mortar, cape and robe. Will Radford, 23, graduated in photography from the University of Gloucestershire. 5 Will had garbage bags covering his entire body except for his face and hands He …

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Rodney Nombekana: How the love of big cats and the leopard “myth” sparked the career of this wildlife photographer

(CNN) – People travel across oceans and across the world for the chance to see the wonders of Kruger National Park. The South African Game Reserve was established over 120 years ago and ranks among the best national parks in the world. Bucket List Adventurers visit in the hopes of …

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