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"museum fine arts" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

Pat Gray Unleashed

06:26 min | Last month

"museum fine arts" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

"Nile. Okay that's that's just genius. 'cause so we're gonna dig 'em all up and transport him to mar-a-lago and then buried them there in donald trump's yard okay. Well we'll probably find a par-five fright i mean. There's a lot of space between the tee box and green right. Yeah that's probably the most of them. Yeah yeah so. That's how we can honor more than the half million americans who lost their lives while marking president. Trump's shameless failure to preserve protect and defend. Okay this small measure of justice. He writes would have an obvious. Historical precedent arlington the former home of robert e lee. That is now arlington. National cemetery became a final resting place for union soldiers in spring eighteen. Sixty four after eighty. Two thousand soldiers died in one month of fighting. Who could argue. This wasn't just a punishment. Lee had abandoned his post in the us. Army to lead the army of what frederick douglass called. The slaveholders rebellion lease treachery was obvious. Trump's crimes against his country however are for more devious and continue as he remains. Dedicated do undermining our democracy. Yeah you don't have to undermine something isn't there. We're not a democracy so undermining it. The ex-president tried to refuse to give up his power. Even after he was defeated fair election and you cannot dissect the ex-president's incitement against congress his vice president and our constitutional order from his monstrous approach to the pandemic man to these people. Hate trump i. I don't even understand where that seething hatred comes from. They loved him before first presidency. They loved him and are even scarborough. The morning cup of post them people are all over him member. How the fond all over him they during the campaign they were prepping him during commercial breaks. Yeah yeah. I'm telling you the magic arm and magic archer your name. Yeah it It it brings forth the hate from the left. But i think democrats need probably want a republican president every now and then at least they could have somebody to blame. The last administration obama did it with bush yep and now they're doing it with trump. Eso they need that because because they don't know how to govern they know how to blame and that's what they're doing and then they you know they. They've unveiled their almost two trillion dollar economic stimulus package with with all the pork in it. We just heard from kevin mccarthy. Here's kevin mccarthy says about this new kovic. Bill was this. Bill is too expensive too expansive. You've listed a lot of things in there and think about this. This is supposed to be a cova bill. Only nine percent of it goes to cove. It is telling you the back everything you have warned your viewers about before the election is coming true in this bill. Yes so the covid relief. Nine percent of it goes to covid relief and a lot of that. I think two thirds of it doesn't even get deposited this year. It's in two thousand twenty two and twenty twenty three my gosh. So we got nine percent of the covert. Bill goes dacoven related and they're slipping in the fifteen dollar minimum wage to the fifteen dollar minimum wage. They've got animal studies. The bill advocate a allocates. Three hundred million dollars of taxpayer money for the agricultural department to conduct monitoring and surveillance of susceptible animals for incidents of sars covy to okay as guided by the world health organization of for animal health k. Now that's important. Three hundred million dollars for animals. You know their animals right. That's kinda contained in the whole animal thing. So why are we allocating three hundred million dollars for animals if you remember one fact from this bill to discuss at the water cooler with your brain dead co workers today Just tell him why. Out of two trillion dollars is only nine percent going to fight. Covert if this is a covert bill yeah period and then you've got to extrapolate that out and say what else are they doing to us in this society that has nothing to do with kovin. It's control. it's the mask lockdown. That's all this is. It's control this. Bill is a vessel for big government period. They're also addressing farm loan. Okay good all right bill states. The agriculture department shall provide a payment in an amount equal to a hundred and twenty percent of the outstanding indebtedness of each socially disadvantaged farmer or rancher as of january twenty twenty one code to pay off the loan directly or to the socially disadvantaged farmer or rancher. Okay what is the federal definition of overstaying sting socially disadvantaged. That's an interesting term student outreach. Student loan outreach. The bill allocates another ninety one million for the department of education to prevent prepare for and respond to the virus domestically or internationally including direct outreach to students and borrowers about financial aid economic impact payments means tested benefits tax benefits for which they might be eligible. There's fine arts you don't want forget about fine arts museums. Fine arts museums has to be an every. Bill doesn't matter what the bill is for We have to include the fine arts in it. The bill allocates one hundred and thirty five million dollars to the national endowment for the arts and another hundred and thirty five million to the national endowment of the humanities is the kennedy center specifically sure can't have a federal spending bill without the kennedy center mentioned. There's the do mention another allocation of two hundred million more to the institute of museum and library services. I love them. You.

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"museum fine arts" Discussed on Pop Culture Affidavit

Pop Culture Affidavit

03:33 min | 4 months ago

"museum fine arts" Discussed on Pop Culture Affidavit

"This month is kate. Moss and so Edward standard of fantastic job with that with that location in. I think If you're gonna read a vogue british personally This is good here especially considering participant dying for so long so magazines themselves have to reinvent themselves that they're going to stay alive in bozeman around as has been around for about one hundred thirty years but yeah but that's really good and then and then fashion you're talking on the style just it's also becoming Becoming has become even more and more just art exhibit worthy. We went now. This goes back two or three years now but we went to the regime museum fine arts because they had a travelling exhibit with on respective Wrong and so it was just i mean again like was just amazing and then when we were in we miss the mclean exhibit the map in new york but when we were in back a couple of years ago they had that whole exhibit so they had on display a couple of mcqueen dresses. And then i think some mary qantas's things like that. So the idea that. Like you know the that for saatchi elizabeth hurley chances on display the matt at the mac in in new york city. So we're back on a whole section about like the cultural Up the doussa usa inaugurate. Yeah so so it's become it's cool to see respected as an art form as well as consumable. I guess i guess. I'm trying to think of wrapping up really job. I would recommend going in the documentaries. That we've mentioned what was the one about the met. Gala first in may first. Monday may okay that the september issue unzipped and i can never venture there enough. Yeah and then. I would say as a companion truth or dare. The documentary watched about the male dancer. Mall in in the truth dare movies alike. you know everybody got the dancers as well as donna. and so they did a It's on netflix. Documentary about what happened to them after the tools. Oh yeah and then i michaels concerned just kinda bring it back to the beginning in. Wrap up faith still out in the halls of really really. Well what. I remember hearing off list of the volume. One which is basically the tour results at charted. Mainly this one. This should be somewhere your music collection this song as it is and then their stuff off of stuff like older and some of his later albums that are still really really good even though it never really he never really achieved the height that he did in his kind of tabloid his arrests for marijuana and cook it out what to do that tended to clips his career at sadly he passed away. was twenty fifteen twenty s Recently like twenty. I think was twenty seventeen twenty eighteen because i think he carrie fisher died within a day of each other around the same day. So which is which is sad because his he was at a mentally talented performer. His life performance of somebody to love the Three concert is still just absolutely amazing. Any had this amazing cover live. Cover a duet with elton john. Don don't let the sun go down on me. Yeah so if you only knew. George michael from lamb and the people. I don't like last christmas. Who tried to avoid.

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"museum fine arts" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

04:02 min | 9 months ago

"museum fine arts" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"No, that that was the gimmick with the Padres, right? I think there needed to be some divine inspiration with the uniformed design disagree. Alright, Well, Bridget your phone call Rogers. Check it in for the road Leaves Line. Open 312332 ESPN Czar. Phone with baseball Show with Jonathan. Presented by Goose Island Beer Company on ESPN 1000. The Royals lead the Cubs now three, nothing as Chatwood surrenders. A two run homer to Merrifield. So three Nothing. Kansas City in the bottom of the second. Tim is in Munster, Indiana, on throwback Thursday on the baseball show on ESPN 1000 Timmy. They would have fun, fun topic. You guys some fun topic that this is one because I can visualize every one of these. Jersey's when he talked about the five grades that all that was one, I believe I have to agree with the with the best. I've always loved the vest. Talk about perverted For many, That's what I think of that. And the White Sox. That's a lot of fans Love event. Fatima why they went away from it, but that was my favorite like Doc's Jersey. And if I had, Teo Look at a 2nd 1 I would say would probably be the Oakland A's or the Kansas City A's I go back that far, but they used to have a white with the with the A on it, And then they wore the green sleeves underneath that long, please. Was a great look. I remember that. Remember that uniform? I appreciate your phone call Tim. That's it's a really good one throwback Thursday. I do recall that so what do we owe so? Anthony checked in and says that he was an expose guy. He liked the Expos jerseys. I will admit to you, Eric, just to you as a kid when I saw Montreal, right, and they had, like the Curl of the of the M was red going upto a white. It was blue, and it was like a weird Weird. Look for him. I thought it was L B. That's fair. No, like I can totally picture how you could like as you were describing the Logan picture in it, and I can see eggs like with a little curl the bottom. It looks like the baseballs in it. I see it. No, I couldn't see how you make that mistake a lot as a kid. I had no idea what that what That was. Suppose we know, you know something I've never known. And I still don't know is what were the Expos. Why? Wars? What? Like, Why expose like, what is that? I've never I guess it's a Google away and I've just never looked it up. The exhibition. They would have been Montreal. It was always a big event if I can remember that. Except they had like this big exhibition in Montreal. Like the world's Fair type thing. Yeah, yeah, yeah, like for museum, Fine Arts World Fair stuff. So it was it was. It was named after the Big 67 Expo world's fair that was held in Montreal. Yes, that s so it was something like that that they were named after their big events on so they're Montreal Expos. People speak. So finally the Expos back in the day, and it just It's so funny. You hear it now. Like, but I remember when the team was good and no one came to see the team who won. Who wouldn't want to see Randy Johnson, who wouldn't want to see those quality players, but no one would come and now Now 2020 like Oh, you know much we all would be a great spot to have a basic baseball team. Yeah, but nobody supported it right. It's like their team got stolen. People act like that. Bee fans didn't support it, and they eventually closed the doors. On it Throwback Thursday on the baseball show presented by Goose Island Beer Companies Act, Michael says he likes to cardinals from the Like I would say from 80 for the two cardinals on a bat. They still have that Don't they To card you have bad with cardinals. That's always been a nice jersey. I like the Cardinals that are the baby blue ones on early, had a runner at third,.

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"museum fine arts" Discussed on What Got You There with Sean DeLaney

What Got You There with Sean DeLaney

05:03 min | 9 months ago

"museum fine arts" Discussed on What Got You There with Sean DeLaney

"Of course when you have a few Tuffy Swin, you perform, or you've made some mistakes and yet. Not as good results. That can be challenging because you'll. Know Rethink the way you look at things and see if you were not mistaken or if there's something you didn't do right. Sometimes you underperformed for no reason because you just. For some reason, you're stock just out of favor. And it does happen, and sometimes there's good reasons for the performance. You made mistakes. You made bad judgment of either management of the solidarity of the business. So, probably a tough part is really to distinguish. Is it the right time to be patient, or is it the right time to accept? You've made mistakes. Sell and buy something else. That's very tough and of course when you have if you're tough quarters while. Clients not all them. A some can get little impatient and you know you don't WanNa. Disappoint them so this the some pressure for performance that you WANNA be able to to go beyond that than just focus on the long term process, and the long term results of the companies, and a thing goes back to what I said earlier is really to focus on what's happening to the company's not the stock. But when you have a few tough quarters. So tougher to be as emotionless as you'd like to be. Certain easier said. Yeah about. If you WANNA be a money manager. You have to accept that you'll have periods underperformance because it's inevitable. So Francois. We're going to wrap appear with with two questions that I always love hearing different people's Perspective on the first one is going to be if you could sit down for an evening, an interview with anyone dead or alive, but it just can't be a member or friend. Who would you want to sit down to spend the evening with? Well as many great people admire. Many great artists and Writers and philosophers. But, if had just pick one to spend the evening, and just ask questions about their life, and you would be warren, Buffett. Maybe you should place a bid for one of his his lunches one year. I'd like to. Somehow too much of a value investor exactly. So the final one here, we we've. Friends did that then. They were very very happy, did so perhaps today I should rethink. Bidding for that auction. So we talked a lot about art and I would love to know if you could own one painting. What would it be? Any painting. Well the first painting I saw. Something at thirty three years ago, that really struck me as being a masterpiece really ignited. My interest in Paris was a painting by cold Monday. A KC of Hawas. Did a series of about twenty paintings. Cataldo one so if I had to pick just one. It would be probably the one that is at the sense, sudden set I think it's at the Boston. Museum fine, arts. So if I had to pick one, that would be the one. That's a great place to end Francois this has been to informative for me and absolute pleasure. Spend this hour with you. I can't thank you enough for the time if you went to. Listeners stay more connected with you and you want them heading anywhere. Just turn to read more about you. Yeah probably. A website that can read the Anna letters I mean. What I think about investments and the stock market, and it's really in their. Fantastic will will have all that linked up shuts once again. I highly recommend. Those they're fantastic reads, but Francois Roshan's cannot appreciate and thank you enough for joining us on. What got you there?.

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"museum fine arts" Discussed on The Digital Story

The Digital Story

02:08 min | 11 months ago

"museum fine arts" Discussed on The Digital Story

"Speaking of the online courses. I just want to mention to you. That digitizing family members course is available on the number photographer workshops page all you gotta do is go to. I'm a photographer DOT COM. You'll see it right at the top or you can just click on workshops and we'll be right there. The course has really been popular. People seem to really like it. I enjoy doing it. If you're thinking about dealing with those shoe boxes of memories that you have stuffed under the bed and he just finally WanNa get them onto your computer check out this course it will help you and I think you will enjoy it as such just a quick note to our inner circle members make sure keep an eye on the Patriots site especially when we have things ready to release like the new video conferencing title. I really try to keep you guys posted on what's going on. And especially if there's stuff for you there make sure you don't miss out. I know on digitizing family memories. Some folks weren't able to join the course right away because they didn't find out about it to a couple of weeks in That's okay I mean you know I got caught up and all that sort of stuff but it did. Make me aware that if you don't check the page every week or so then you might be missing out on something. That's their way for you and a big. Thanks for supporting the show. I so appreciate it and finally I wanNA give a very big shout out to our friends at Red River paper. They are the ink jet specialists. That makes the best paper in the world. They have a terrific site that has to Toros reviews inkjet supplies and of course paper ranging from four by six Glossy Snapshot Paper. All the way up to large size sixteen by Twenty Museum. Fine Art archival paper. That's good for a hundred years and everything in between if you want to get your printing on in create some artwork make sure you click on the tile that's on all the pages of the digital story go over and see what they're up to and a big thanks to. Red.

"museum fine arts" Discussed on The Amateur Traveler Podcast

The Amateur Traveler Podcast

08:30 min | 2 years ago

"museum fine arts" Discussed on The Amateur Traveler Podcast

"For both adults and for children in the area. You're talking about here is an era where they want to pending on how you how you look at this. They're the one side would say they wanted to include the native Americans in American culture, and therefore they wanted to inculturated them. And the other side would say that they wanted them to lose their identity as native Americans and inculturated them. But it was definitely at a very intentional move to bring them in to have the move away from their families to go to these boarding schools and two tournament white people would be the crude way of saying that. Yeah, it's very complicated history, and it's very painful history. And although it's mixed for some people that experience as much as it was it had some negative sides. Also, brought good things to them others found it just devastating. And they try to deal with all that in a really meaningful, and I think respectful way at the herd. The herd has it's mostly native curator's in. So they do a really nice job at dealing with those complicated issues. The other thing the heard is is a arts museum contemporary or more historic pieces of art, usually all native arts. The most recent show featured Yupik masks from Alaska combined with works by Matisse because he had used some of these masses inspiration in his work. Generally, though, the shows are focused on native arts native artists, the shows are always splendid really high high quality works. If you're at all interested in native art and the contemporary native art seeing the heard will have something spectacular. They have the finest collection. Definitely in the west and probably some of their collection is probably equal to some of the pieces the collection at the national museum of the American Indian. They really do a nice job with their show. Does depending how long you heard you have a couple other options for the day. You are right downtown at the heard you're in an old historic neighborhood. You're just north of the Phoenix art museum. The phoenix. Art museum has a lovely collection. They are pretty much the standard big city museum. They have a lovely collection. But it's it's not Phoenix specific for the most part, the exception to that is their photo exhibit draws from the Zona state university collection, and usually has some really interesting things in it. And they do spectacular spectacular special exhibits. So if you're an art person, you might just want to walk down the street and spend the rest of the day at Pam. I did forget to mention that at the heard have lunch before you leave the herd. They have a fabulous cafeteria then head onto whatever else. The Pam would be one of them the Phoenix art museum the other action. If you kind of had enough art for the day, or what a little smaller museum is to get in. Your car and head over to the smaller museum at the state capitals. The state capitalism. It's the old capitol building. They've preserved a few rooms in the building. But they have some really interesting exhibits in there. It's not very big. But they have a exhibit on the Zona the worship which was sunk in Pearl Harbor and some memorabilia from some of the survivors as well as this was news to me that all these ships have find China and silver and fancy settings like you get some Victorian dinner party, and they have all that unto splayed there as well. They also have some very interesting displays on the beginnings of AirAsia as a state in the establishment of the of the state, including the fact that Arizona kind of played a trick to get into the US as a state. They were required to change something in their provision for how they will how the handled their judges and resulted didn't like with the federal government wanted them to. Do. So they went ahead and did it to become a state. And then as soon as they were state, they went and undid it and did it the way they want it to. And the whole section on it. It's really quite interesting. So those are my day to number one my action number two is to go back up. If you haven't been discussed to go to Scottsdale and do western spirit. I don't know. Have you been to western spirit in Scottsdale? Chris I do not know where you speak of with western. Still. But well, this isn't relatively new museum. It's maybe five years old at the most they're trying to capture the full extent of the the life and population changes in the west, and it has several components that it's a fine art museum more than a history museum. Although it does have historic pieces. One piece of the museum is a cowboy collection or western collection that has things like Spurs and saddles and all the things you'd expect in like a cowboy museum or an old west museum except most of the pieces were collected because of their artistic value more so than as artifacts of the old west that's a fun place for kids. But it's it's kind of cool for everybody because they have all this stuff. And you start looking at it. And you're like, wow, I never knew Spurs could be that interesting. But they can be part of museums fine. Art, mostly they've been expanding what they've been showing. They usually always have a big section by a prominent bronze artists who does away art in features native Americans, although he's not native American himself. They've added now a western movie poster collection that they acquired so there's usually some sort of western movie themed exhibit. They've also added a collection of Hopi classic historic and contemporary, but mostly historic Hopi pottery that they always have some of undisposed, and then they have some other traveling exhibits they've had western cartoons. They've had the towels painters different things very much art based most of the first floor is very much art based except for the movie posters in the western cowboy things the second floor has to Perm semi permanent exhibits one of which saved Alaska's. It's kind of. Zossen? It's a fine. It's interesting. He's laughing. It's a fine art exhibit. That tells the story of the settlement of the west and meeting of the natives and the Anglos as they started settling the west, it's a big Zabit. And it's interesting, but more interesting as the other half, which has mostly has some fine art, but it mostly has more what we would consider artifacts and objects. So it has some artifacts and things from the Lewis and Clark exhibition. It has collection of spectacular chief's blankets. It has a bunch of Curtis. And they've changed this since I was there. The first time of Curtis original Curtis images of native Americans and showing all the different printing presses he used which was something. I had never seen the goal tones in some of that before. And so that was really interesting. It's got a fabulous mix of items and again, very large exhibit. So this is a museum that if you wanna see everything will take most of the day to take a break here and here from a sponsor with all the recent news of online security breaches is hard not to worry about where your data goes making it online purchase or simply accessing your Email could put your private information at risk. I hope he knew the danger of connecting to the WI fi in the airport or in a local coffee shop. But did you just see AT and T has been selling your data and other companies have been as well your browser history? So that they can target you. You can protect your data and your privacy by using VPN. I have installed express VPN. They have an easy to use app. That runs seamlessly in the background on your computer, your phone, or your tablet. You could turn on protection with one click. 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"museum fine arts" Discussed on The Amateur Traveler Podcast

The Amateur Traveler Podcast

07:50 min | 2 years ago

"museum fine arts" Discussed on The Amateur Traveler Podcast

"That. Yeah, it's a very complicated history. And it's a very painful history. And although it's mixed for some people that experience as much as it was it had some negative sides. It also brought good things to them others found it just devastating. And they try to deal with all that in a really meaningful, and I think respectful way at the herd. The herd has it's mostly native curator's in. So they do a really nice job at dealing with those complicated issues. The other thing the heard is is a arts museum contemporary or more historic pieces of art, usually all native arts. The most recent show featured Yupik masks from Alaska combined with works by Matisse because he had used some of these masses and Spiratou in his work, generally, though, the shows are focused on native arts native artists, those shows are always splendid really high high quality works. If you're at all interested in native art and the contemporary native art seeing the heard will have something spectacular. They have the finest collection. Definitely in the west and probably some of their collection is probably will to some of the pieces the collection at the national museum of the American Indian. They really do a nice job with their show. Depending on how long you heard you have a couple other options for the day. You are right downtown at the heard you're in an old historic neighborhood. You're just north of the Phoenix art museum. The phoenix. Art museum has a lovely collection. They are pretty much the standard big city museum. They have a lovely collection. But it's it's not Phoenix specific for the most part, the exception to that is their photo exhibit draws from the Zona state university collection. Unusually has some really interesting things in it. And they do spectacular spectacular special exhibits. So if you're an art person, you might just want to walk down the street and spend the rest of the day at Pam. I did forget to mention that at the heard have lunch before you leave the herd. They have a fabulous cafeteria than head onto whatever else. The Pam would be one of them the Phoenix art museum the option if you kind of had enough art for the day, or what little smaller museum is to get in. A car and head over to the smaller museum with the a state capitals the state capitalism. It's the old capitol building. They've preserved a few rooms in the building. But they have some really interesting exhibits in there. It's not very big. But they have a exhibit on the Zona the worship which was sunk in Pearl Harbor and some memorabilia from some of the survivors as well as this was news to me that all these ships have find China and silver and fancy settings like you get some Victorian dinner party, and they have all that on display there as well. They also have some very interesting displays on the beginnings of AirAsia as a state in the establishment of the of the state, including the fact that Arizona kind of played a dirty trick to get into the US as a state. They were required to change something in their provision for how they will how the handled their judges and didn't like with the federal government wanted them to. Do. So they went ahead and did it to become a state. And then as soon as they were state, they went and undid it and did it the way they want it to. Whole section on it. It's really quite interesting. So those are my day to option number one my action number two is to go back up. If you haven't been discussed to go to Scottsdale and do western spirit. I don't know. Have you been to western spirit in Scottsdale? Chris I do not know where you speak of with westerns. Still, but this is relatively new museum. It's maybe five years old at the most trying to capture the full extent of the the life and population changes in the west, and it has several components that it's a fine art museum more than a history museum. Although it does have historic pieces. One piece of the museum is a cowboy collection or western collection that has things like Spurs and saddles and all the things you'd expect in like a cowboy museum or an old west museum except most of the pieces were collected because of their artistic value more so than as artifacts of the old west that's a fun place for kids. But it's it's kind of cool for everybody because they have all this stuff. And you start looking at it. And you're like, wow, I never knew Spurs could be that interesting. But they can be part of museums fine. Art, mostly they've been expanding what they've been showing. They usually always have a big section by a prominent bronze artist who does away art in features native Americans, although he's not native American himself. They've added now a western movie poster collection that they acquired so there's usually some sort of western movie themed exhibit. They've also added a collection of Hopi classic historic and contemporary, but mostly historic Hopi pottery that they always have some of undisposed, and then they have some other traveling exhibits they've had western cartoons. They've had the towel Spain tres different things, but very much art based most of the first floor is very much art based except for the movie posters in the western cowboy things the second floor has to Perm semi permanent exhibits one of which saved Alaska. It's kind of. Exhausting. It's a fine. It's interesting. He's laughing. It's a fine art exhibit. That tells the story of the settlement of the west and meeting of the natives and the Anglos as they started settling the west, it's a big Zabit. And it's interesting, but more interesting is the other half, which has mostly has some fine art, but it mostly has more what we would consider artifacts and objects. So it has some artifacts and things from the Lewis and Clark exhibition. It has collection of spectacular chief's blankets. It has a bunch of Curtis. And they've changed this since I was there. The first time of Curtis original Curtis images of native Americans and showing all the different printing presses he used which was something. I had never seen the goal tones in some of that before. And so that was really interesting. It's got a fabulous mix of items and again, very large exhibit. So this is a museum that if you wanna see everything it will take most of the day to take a break here. And here from sponsor with all the recent news of online security breaches is hard not to worry about where your data goes making it online purchase or simply accessing your Email could put your private information at risk. I hope he knew the danger of connecting to the WI fi in the airport or in a local coffee shop. But did you just see AT and T has been selling your data and other companies have been as well your browser history? So that they can target you. You can protect your data and your privacy by using a VPN. I have installed express VPN. They have an easy to use app. That runs seamlessly in the background on your computer, your phone, or your tablet. You could turn on protection with one click. It's occurs. An anonymous as your internet, browsing encrypting your data it cost less than seven dollars a month. And it's the number one rated VPN service by tech radar. Protect your online today and find out. How you can get three months free at express VPN dot com slash travel. 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"museum fine arts" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"museum fine arts" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

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"museum fine arts" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"museum fine arts" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"We will then insert them into film canisters in seal the canisters well then placed them into a bowl stir them around and pull out the winner all draw the first canister than vicechair wheeler will withdraw the second canister all opened the first hand stir pull out the name show it and i will we will declare that person has the winner by sture wheeler will then open hurricane sturt and show the other name we draw book cancers and show both names to display that both teams were equally available for the drawing there's also been a fair amount of interest in what bull we would use for this drawing now we had been using a glass wall for many years and most recently a cardboard box i want something that was a little bit more appropriate for the importance of today's drawing so i did ask the virginia museum of fine arts to find us a ball that was made by a virginia artist and celeste fateh from the virginia museum fine arts can tell us a little bit about people can't thank you mr cameron see be here today on this mementos occasion in bring the ball on the ball is by stephen glass who is a virginia artist he has been resident potter at the fragility museum of fine art studio school since 1982 the glass is a stemware vessel at in the exterior of the glass we have a wax resists process which shows off the uber white colour on the blue background the interior is a red oxide on mr glass says that this represents the sky on the outside and the earth on the inside i'd also like to read a quote from i'm stephen kibe number very long time he's very delighted by the way that the ball is in selected on it was actually selected from um the studio we have an operating studio as ceramic studio at the studio school and this is a wheel frail investel we also.

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"museum fine arts" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

01:44 min | 4 years ago

"museum fine arts" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

"And like to pull them out and then like one kid grabbed your ass in school and she like she smacked but she called the mother and the mother said i don't know what's going on i give the tomb in the morning i give to midnight i don't know why he needs at a school are you carrying nuts and exact quote and my mom was just like it it was just like you're telling satis crazies addis instore weirdest yeah strange so my mom had like crazy no but she was very you know she was a music teacher and they want a forty she started painting on serbian artists inserted whence museum fine art school in boston so she was painting would have chosen boston this is a kind of all through junior high and than high school so i had like the artist mom is skies what were you expect me it was a lot of pressure on you to be like i mean your dad's from went to harvard your moms us pain or psychiatrist psychoanalyst freudian the caddy at eu i mean we your aspirations real like oh my god i got a lot to live up to their not at all because i had no interest in being a painter and had no interest in being a doctor i was like i wanna make chainsaw movies i really was like i'm gonna make texas chainsaw as my pera and my parents were like great you can do it but it was it's weird because they were new yorkers and they grown up in my dad went to high school performing arts and was going to be an actor until he was like a senior in high school and college and switch to premed but my dad have been cast in national shows my dad was like an amazing actor as a teenager and performing arts that was right down the street from the actor studios to my dad in high school would like be out would like leave class nc james dina marlon brando literally down the street it was a block away from where the actor studio was my dad told me his all since you knows even better think you know similar out my dad told me he was in a very very very first group of scientologists.

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"museum fine arts" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

02:09 min | 4 years ago

"museum fine arts" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"Rotting tree trunks of just strewn pebbles nothing really growing here but a few flowers a few weeds in then the three trunks of this tree coming up totally bear with the raven looking down on allies one of the routes coming up out of the ground this is the painting that could have influenced the movie sleepy hollow from the 90s that star gica johnny depp in christopher lee i think of any number of short stories by po and you could have this this image in remind also is sciencefiction also of that of the twentieth century he can think of this of this image rocky mountain coming down again there's nothing of life in this pain except a you pine trees in the left distance and you have a wider who's being kept alive by the ravens beautiful painting by the washington allston he will serve end is days somewhat disappointed in cambridge massachusetts unable to have completed what he really set about to make his masterpiece and that was a biblical painting bell shas ours feast it was so massive there were so much emotion there was so much biblical reference at the artist was trying to put into that at mammoth painting he could never quite get it right he could never finished a bell shas ours feast by washington allston this was going to be his magnum opus of everything that he everything from the american landscape to the new world combining with his knowledge of the old and then referencing like rembrandt before him the bible in making those stories come alive in our contemporary environments more or less romanticised environments which is too much for uh the painting was never completed but the greatest in first of america's of romantic painters of the early nineteen th century why washington allston wonderful works of his at the national gallery of art the metropolitan museum of art and others philadelphia museum of art baltimore others and the the wonderful museum fine arts boston probably number one for his work so i urge.

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"museum fine arts" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

02:17 min | 4 years ago

"museum fine arts" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"And all that actually encourage that but both actually wanted their sons to continue the family banking businesses so there are very prosperous you know people so the people your sane are middle class upper middle class you know at that time but what would you really take away from it so is how they look like we did today their faces how this is real flesh and blood what is different for the time is the color that the god brings into everything from the jackets from the fir from the dresses he easy utilize it and i'm looking at them at today's more belly in the pena from eighteen sixty five this could be the pain in the contest also via at the for collection in new york it could it could also by john dominique hang it's almost like it's her dress being put on this one so from the neal classical style to the modern art impression asked really something other than impression is an that we're looking at right here in the team's sixties with with this up portrait double portrait by dig ah he's taking from the past and he is modern rising that you get the feeling that these are real flesh and blood people incredible colors the flesh tones really jumping out that even the background colors are incredible so you know we have a timeless artist here in again if he got had not lived in nineteen century if he had lived in the fifteenth of the sixteen centuries we would know him because he is in that curt of artistic genius he would've been in that whatever school of artists that we care to it to look at this is a very timeless partners another work of art that is in the i museum fine arts show through january sixteenth is the little dancer every every single one in own in different museums or private collections around the world is known by a difference different title i think the the one at the national gallery is called a little dancer this one as called the little fourteen you're all dancer that eighteen eighty this is that marvelous slightly smaller than life size braun's add that to cobb was a fabulous braun's and and why acts sculpture he would do has his sculptures first in wax many of those happy to say survive.

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