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The Art of Worldly Wisdom By Balthasar Gracian & Joseph Jacobs
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The Art of Worldly Wisdom is a book by Baltasar Gracián y Morales (a.k.a. Baltasar Gracián). It is a collection of maxims. Oráculo manual y arte de prudencia was written in 1637,... More > and became popular throughout Europe. The book is a collection of 300 maxims, each with a commentary, on various topics giving advice and guidance on how to live fully, advance socially, and be a better person.< Less
Art, Kids, and Institutions By Richard Olsen
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Framed by stories of young artists and teaching art, Richard Olsen’s memoir, Art, Kids, and Institutions, dares to ask: Who are these beings called kids and how do we engage them? What role... More > can art have in their lives? What is the nature of the institutions they find themselves in? Why can’t learning (and teaching) be liberating and filled with joy? Art, Kids, and Institutions goes beyond a reminiscence of the past. It becomes a polemic for the present. “Poised between sharp social commentary and tender teacher wisdom, Art, Kids, and Institutions embodies its artful subject. In language that is rich and spare, it speaks to the simple artistry of great teachers—their commitment, caring, resilience, and courage.” –-Jessica Hoffmann Davis, EdD Founder of the Arts in Education Program, Harvard Graduate School of Education< Less
Art, Kids, and Institutions By Richard Olsen
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Framed by stories of young artists and teaching art, Richard Olsen’s memoir, Art, Kids, and Institutions, dares to ask: Who are these beings called kids and how do we engage them? What role... More > can art have in their lives? What is the nature of the institutions they find themselves in? Why can’t learning (and teaching) be liberating and filled with joy? Art, Kids, and Institutions goes beyond a reminiscence of the past. It becomes a polemic for the present. “Poised between sharp social commentary and tender teacher wisdom, Art, Kids, and Institutions embodies its artful subject. In language that is rich and spare, it speaks to the simple artistry of great teachers—their commitment, caring, resilience, and courage.” –-Jessica Hoffmann Davis, EdD Founder of the Arts in Education Program, Harvard Graduate School of Education< Less
Art In Odd Places: Sign By Ed Woodham et al.
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In October 2009, over sixty artists and performers created public art interventions on 14th Street in New York as part of the Art in Odd Places festival. This catalogue is its record. For several... More > years, this grassroots initiative has presented art and performance to stretch the possibilities of the public realm. AiOP challenges the increasing circumscription of daily public life by finding ways around traditional public space regulations. Inventive and ingenious, its artists find the odd and ordinary spaces that are still open to the imagination. Including maps, tours, sound walks, installations, projections, posters, campaigns, and performances among its projects, this richly photographed catalogue features both established and emerging artists, unafraid to take on the challenge of the street. This volume also includes commentary by AiOP director, Ed Woodham and co-curators, Erin Donnelly and Radhika Subramaniam. Of interest to anyone concerned with urban public space and public art interventions.< Less
Art in Odd Places: Endicott By Ed Woodham & Michael Kilburn
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In April 2012, Endicott College hosted the world famous New York City public arts festival, "Art in Odd Places" (AiOP) on its scenic oceanfront Beverly, MA campus. While AiOP is well... More > established on the New York cultural calendar, each October turning the length of 14th Street in Manhattan into an open air gallery and performance space, this was the first time the event had taken place on a college campus. The aim was to encourage students, faculty, staff, and the greater local community to interact with their environment and each other in thoughtful and thought provoking ways; to disrupt the deadening habits of routine, reveal unnoticed spaces and patterns, and foster a sense of appreciation of the privilege of place. Guy DeBord’s term for this interaction of physical and human context was psychogeography, and for 3 springtime weeks, Endicott College was the site of this Situationist experiment. This catalogue documents the exercise, with images of the various installations and commentary by the curators.< Less
The Art of David Ayala By David Ayala
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David Ayala’s career began in Las Vegas during the early 90s. He designed collectible, themed gaming tokens for most of the casino gaming industry. His experience with computer graphics led... More > him to the sign industry for several years. The 2000s found David briefly doing editorial cartoons for the Ottumwa Courier, in Ottumwa, Iowa. Through it all, David has worked on numerous pen and ink drawings, t-shirt designs, and done live caricature art for events. Currently he works on his comic strip, “Pineapple Street” and a series of novellas entitled “Insanity”. This edition focuses on David's black and white artwork back to the late 1980s up to now; readers can track a career over a 20 year time span. Features in this volume include the very first Pineapple Street strips, dozens of celebrity caricatures, 40 editorial from the Ottumwa Courier, some extremely detailed pen & ink illustrations, and individual "behind the scenes" commentary on each work of art.< Less
Response to Fear By Lexington Art League
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With this exhibition, 21 artists present their very personal responses to fear, some more universal than one might think. Respone to Fear's sophisticated pieces present art as therapeutic remedy,... More > art as protection and works that serve as social commentary on cultural fears.< Less
Response to Fear By Lexington Art League
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With this exhibition, 21 artists present their very personal responses to fear, some more universal than one might think. Respone to Fear's sophisticated pieces present art as therapeutic remedy,... More > art as protection and works that serve as social commentary on cultural fears.< Less
Obedience To The Call Of Art/God By Red Jordan Arobateau
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Notes of an Artist/Author, with religios commentary, in the form of a daily journal.
Obedience To The Call Of Art/God By Red Jordan Arobateau
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Notes of an Artist/Author, with religios commentary, in the form of a daily journal.

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