fun and educational Art Games teach through updated versions of
classic games. A special set of art cards are used to play "Go
Fish" and "Concentration" while the companion book
explains the story behind each painting featured. The book also
includes fun facts about the artists. Winner of the Parents' Choice
Gold Medal. Impressionist Art Game, Renaissance Art Game, and Van
Gogh and Friends Art Game available.
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Tile Wall Murals
Printing Lithography - a printmaking experience for Elementary Students
in Clay - a lesson in sculpture for Elementary Students
This! - a relief sculpture of dinosaur bones for Elementary Students
Passion of Pots - a lesson in glaze decorations for students of
Beads - a lesson in making beads
Animation - an interdisciplinary lesson
Cast Paper Sculpture - a simple lesson in papermaking and moldmaking
Fascinating World of Insects - a lesson in bug making with clay
Art Revisited - a lesson in recreating prehistoric art
Intricate Art of Persian Tiles
Relief Sculpture - a lesson in sculpture and moldmaking
Chinese Bronze Vessels
New Approach to Developing Images on Clay
Heads - a lesson in creating life-size heads
Casa es Tu Casa - a lesson in creating small animated houses with
Glass Renaissance - modern technology brings back an ancient glass
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Is For Ambrotype: An Introduction to Photographic Processes
Location: Museum of Fine Arts, St. Petersburg
Museum All-Florida Fine Art Exhibition
Location: Cornell Museum of Art & History, Delray Beach
Location: Seaside Musical Theater, Daytona Beach
Peloquin - Renderings of faces and figures in acrylic and charcoal
Location: Lake Eustis Museum of Art
Yunta Lopesino: A Spaniard in Paris
Location: Leepa-Rattner Museum of Art, Tarpon Springs
Location: Mad Cow Theatre, Orlando
Orthodox by Daniel Goldfard
Caldwell Theatre Company, Boca Raton
of this World
Location: Heneger Center for the Arts, Melbourne
& Flowers: Abstractions of Nature Art Exhibit
Location: Historic Bok Sanctuary, Lake Wales
in the Manor
Location: Professor Plums Playhouse, Jacksonville
Aria Found in Cards from 1700s
BERLIN -- A previously unknown work by Johann Sebastian Bach has
been discovered in a crate of 18th century birthday cards removed
from a German library shortly before it was gutted by fire. Experts
say the aria for soprano and string or keyboard accompaniment composed
for a German duke's birthday is the first new music from the renowned
composer to surface in three decades.
Pianist Wins Van Cliburn Contest
FORT WORTH, TX -- Russia's Alexander Kobrin, 25, won the gold medal
at the Van Cliburn International Piano Competition, a prestigious
17-day contest known for launching classical music careers.
may have painted path to missing da Vinci
ROME -- "Cerca trova" seek and you shall find
says a tantalizing 500-year-old message painted on a fresco in the
council hall of Florence's Palazzo Vecchio. Researchers now think
these cryptic words could be a clue to the location of a long-lost
Leonardo da Vinci painting and are pressing local authorities to
allow them to search for the masterpiece of Renaissance art. Maurizio
Seracini, an Italian art researcher, first noticed the message during
a survey of the hall 30 years ago, but his team lacked the technology
then to see what lay behind Giorgio Vasari's 16th-century fresco,
Battle of Marciano in the Chiana Valley.
Lucas and San Francisco Celebrate the Digital Arts With the Inauguration
of the Letterman Digital Arts Center
SAN FRANCISCO-- Opening the door to the future of digital arts,
filmmaker George Lucas and nearly 2,000 guests celebrated the unveiling
of the Letterman Digital Arts Center, a 23-acre, 860,000-square-foot
production campus in the heart of city's historic Presidio. The
Letterman Digital Arts Center is devoted to the production of digital
cinema and videogames and the creative exploration and innovation
of new digital tools that allow artists to bring anything they can
imagine to life.
splits 3-2 on arts group deal
ISLAMORADA, FL -- The amphitheater at Founders Park in Islamorada
got a new lease on life Thursday, as Islamorada Village Council
members agreed to a pact with a local arts group. The council approved
a contract with Islamorada Community Entertainment on a 3-2 vote.
Under the agreement, ICE members would raise $250,000 toward completing
the partially finished project. Islamorada would contribute another
$104,000, plus previously pledged money from the Tourist Development
Council, TIB Bank of the Keys and the Islamorada Friends of the
Arts. ICE volunteers then would manage and book the outdoor performance
venue for 90 days a year. The council can schedule events at the
amphitheater on 270 days a year, which include major holidays and
special events. ICE would cover production costs, but Islamorada
would pay routine maintenance, utilities and insurance for the amphitheater.
month's featured artists is Jonathan Charles Vaughan. Jonathan
was born in London and immigrated to Florida for what was planned
to be only one year. Now twenty years later, he has established
himself in Longwood, Florida as a teacher and as a painter.
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