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  1963 Ad Art Bulletin, The - Find Articles   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
It is my contention that both time and place--the late spring and summer of 1963 and Los Angeles, respectively--played pivotal roles in the conception, installation, and intended meaning of the series.
The coupling of two famous individuals intimates that a cliched gender binary was also part of Warhol's intention in showing the Elvis series with the Taylors, a binary that certainly owed a large debt to Hollywood convention.
What opened on September 30, 1963, was not the same exhibition envisioned earlier in the year, and the final preparation of individual canvases was somewhat unusual.
www.findarticles.com /p/articles/mi_m0422/is_2_88/ai_n16726188   (825 words)

 Art in the Park, Clinton, Iowa, USA
Art in the Park was a small affair when it began in 1963.
Art in the Park is a non-profit organization, managed by an all-volunteer staff.
Art in the Park is run completely by the hard work of area volunteers.
www.clintonartinthepark.com /about.html   (393 words)

 Yale University School of Art: History
In 1963 the Art and Architecture Building, designed by Paul Rudolph, was opened, funded by many friends of the arts at Yale under the chairmanship of Ward Cheney.
The arts at Yale—architecture, art, the Art Gallery, the Yale Center for British Art, the history of art, the School of Drama, and the Repertory Theatre—thus occupy a group of buildings stretching along and near Chapel Street for almost three blocks.
The new art buildings house all the departments of the School of Art except sculpture, which remains at 14 Mansfield Street in Hammond Hall, as well as a new experimental theater for the School of Drama.
art.yale.edu /History   (772 words)

 Essay: Concept Art
Incidentally, there is another, less important kind of art which when straightened out becomes concept art: art involving play with the concepts of the art such as, in music, "the score," "performer vs. listener," "playing a work." The second criticism of structure art applies, with the necessary changes, to this art.
Since concept art includes almost everything ever said to be "music," at least, which is not music for the emotions, perhaps it would be better to restrict `art' to apply to art for the emotions, and recognize my activity as an independent, new activity, irrelevant to art (and knowledge).
The 1963 printing may have had the word ‘intesion’ which was a misspelling of ‘intension’.
www.henryflynt.org /aesthetics/conart.html   (804 words)

 Art Clark   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
Art’s racing resume includes 19 track championships, over three hundred career wins, forty nine feature wins in 1966 at Perry, Holland, and North Collins Speedways, several NASCAR titles, induction into the FOAR Score Hall of Fame, and the 2002 Wall of Fame induction at Wyoming County International Speedway.
At the end of the 1966 season, Art was the Late Model champion at Perry, Holland, and North Collins.
Art has been known to win races on tires that were seven years old.
www.wyomingcountyinternationalspeedway.com /art_clark.html   (1202 words)

 Performance Art: 1950- Present
All performance art shares two elements: the various clashing parts of the performance function, and it must be performed live.
To better define performance art, artists were asked for their feedback on what they perceived performance art to be.
Performance art can involve the audience with taste, smell, and sounds not available with electronic media and not practical with conventional theater (This is due to the usually small audience).
www.richeast.org /htwm/artists/RW/performance.html   (714 words)

 Detailed Profile of V. S. Gaitonde
Vasudeo S. Gaitonde calls his work "non-objective" and believes that "there is no such thing as abstract art." His work is known for its spiritual quality and characteristic silence that is as meditative as it is eternal and momentous.
Gaitonde was born in Maharashtra in 1924 and received his diploma from the Sir J. School of Art in 1948.
Art, for Gaitonde, is a process complete in itself and in exploring his inner spaces and transient realities it helps him move towards himself.
saffronart.com /artistdetails.asp?ArtistId=63   (343 words)

 Art Center Sarasota
The result of a merger of two long-standing galleries and studios, along with their associated memberships, Art Center Sarasota continues a tradition of art education and exhibits that has spanned more than 60 years.
Incorporated as the Sarasota Art Association in 1928, the Center itself was built after the war, a building typical of the then-popular Sarasota School of Architecture.
It is a member-supported, non-profit art association whose mission is to support visual arts by providing quality art education and focusing interest on the considerable quality of art done by local artists.
www.artsarasota.org /history.htm   (339 words)

 Awards | College Art Association
The Frank Jewett Mather Award, first presented in 1963 for art journalism, is named in honor of the art critic, teacher, and scholar who was affiliated with Princeton University until his death in 1953.
It is awarded for published art criticism that has appeared in publication during the penultimate year beginning September 1, 2005 and ending August 31, 2006.
The College Art Association supports all practitioners and interpreters of visual art and culture, including artists and scholars, who join together to cultivate the ongoing understanding of art as a fundamental form of human expression.
www.collegeart.org /awards/info-mather.html   (293 words)

 Opinion #7179   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
Const 1963, art 9, § 17 requires that no money be paid out of the State treasury except in pursuance of appropriations "made by law." No distinction is made for supplemental appropriations.
Const 1963, art 4, § 26 requires that no bill may become law without the concurrence of a majority of the members elected to and serving in each house.
Thus, under Const 1963, art 4, § 25, where an amendatory statute or appropriation act substantively alters or amends provisions of another statute or appropriation act, the affected provisions of the amended or altered statute or appropriation act must be reenacted and published at length.
www.ag.state.mi.us /opinion/datafiles/2000s/op10255.htm   (2677 words)

 Opinion #6862   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
A county sheriff is a constitutional public officer elected by the people of the county under Const 1963, art 7, Sec.
Although the sheriff and a subcommittee of the Board continued discussions from 1992 to 1994, no authorization by the Board to increase compensation for the sheriff's position was adopted by the Board until late 1994.
3, the predecessor provision to art 11, Sec.
www.ag.state.mi.us /opinion/datafiles/1990s/op06862.htm   (1062 words)

 Icons, 1961 - 1963 - Dan Flavin Art Institute - Absolutearts.com
The Dan Flavin Art Institute, in Bridgehampton, New York, opens its summer 2003 season on May 22 with the exhibition "icons, 1961-1963," which continues from last year, and the Institute's permanent installation of nine fluorescent light works.
Planned by Flavin for the second-floor gallery of the Bridgehampton space, the permanent installation of nine of his works traces the artist's practice from 1963-when he decided to work solely with standard fluorescent fixtures and tubes-to 1981, when the presentation was realized.
A nonprofit institution, Dia plays a vital role among visual arts organizations nationally and internationally by initiating, supporting, presenting, and preserving art projects, and by serving as a primary locus for interdisciplinary art and criticism.
www.absolutearts.com /artsnews/2003/05/23/31058.html   (791 words)

 NATIONAL MUSEUM of NAVAL AVIATION - Aviation Art Juried Exhibition
The National Museum of Naval Aviation, one of the world’s foremost aviation museums, preserves the proud legacy of the Navy, Marine Corps and Coast Guard, displaying biplanes from a bygone era, vintagewarbirdsthat led the U.S. to victory during World War II and the thundering jets of the modern era.
It is on canvas that aircraft on display, their engines long silenced, and the people who flew them into the pages of history come to life, the skilled hands of the artists capturing the magic of flight.
This year marks the museum’s Fifth Aviation Art Contest, presenting an opportunity for the foremost aviation artists in the world to display their works in the galleries of the museum, which is located on board historic Naval Air Station Pensacola, Florida, the famed Cradle of Naval Aviation.
naval.aviation.museum /visit/art_contest.html   (503 words)

 Art:21 . Kerry James Marshall . Biography . Documentary Film | PBS
Kerry James Marshall was born in 1955 in Birmingham, Alabama, and was educated at the Otis Art Institute in Los Angeles, from which he received a BFA, and an honorary doctorate in 1999.
A striking aspect of his paintings is the emphatically fl skin tone of his figures, a development the artist says emerged from an investigation into the invisibility of fls in America and the unnecessarily negative connotations associated with darkness.
Marshall believes “you still have to earn your audience’s attention every time you make something.” The sheer beauty of his work speaks to an art that is simultaneously formally rigorous and socially engaged.
www.pbs.org /art21/artists/marshall/index.html   (253 words)

 Awards | College Art Association
The Frank Jewett Mather Award, first presented in 1963 for art journalism, is awarded for published art criticism that has appeared in whole or in part in North American publications.
Organized in 1985 to combat sexism and racism in the art world, the group has successfully carried out their unconventional and highly effective art and cultural criticism.
The group also targeted the traditions of oppressive and dehumanizing imagery in art as well as the omission from art history of the contributions of women and artists of color, yet they always rely on a spirit of fun to deliver their message.
www.collegeart.org /awards/04winners-mather.html   (635 words)

 Paris Voice April 2001 Art News   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
However fun the style and design installations may be, the real heart of the exhibition lies in the actual art expressions that do a fine job of covering trends from both sides of the Atlantic.
Although the term Pop Art coined by the English critic Lawrence Alloway originally described a cultural movement based in London, by 1963 it was being used to cover a large spectrum of work, notably from New York.
The underlying concept pleased many of the artists who were upsetting patrons of the ever serious art world by their outrageous manipulation of popular imagery.
parisvoice.com /01/apr/html/art.cfm   (389 words)

 Woldscapes: The Art of Erró
Working in series and deploying a kaleidoscope of cartoon characters, art icons, and public figures, he comments on pressing political issues, references art history, and delights in wreaking visual havoc.
His early tempera-and-ink paintings depicting ghoulish figures firmly situate him in the postwar European figurative art scene.
In 1963, his encounter with American Pop art on his first trip to New York proved decisive, and he began employing mass-culture imagery to explore social and cultural contradictions inherent in a world of never-ending consumption.
www.nyu.edu /greyart/exhibits/erro/worldscapes.htm   (252 words)

 James Rosenquist Online
James Rosenquist at the Smithsonian American Art Museum, Washington D.C. Spencer Museum of Art at the University of Kansas
Weisman Art Museum at the University of Minnesota, Minneapolis
Fine art posters are a huge, huge bargain, so don't worry about spending more for the frame than the poster.
www.artcyclopedia.com /artists/rosenquist_james.html   (317 words)

 Navajo Rock Art: An Annotated Bibliography
1963  Rock Art in the Navajo Reservoir District.  The
religious and mythical rock art.  One of the greatest differences between the two is the much greater complexity and dynamic qualities in the Navajo material.  According to Schaafsma, the Navajo pictographs in the Reservoir are believed to date from the Gobernador Phase of Navajo occupation from A.D. 1698 to 1775. 
Laura Gilpin does not speak about rock art, but she gives a great depiction of the Navajo people both with explanatory text and many visual images.  She worked among the Navajo and was able to gather a multitude of information about their culture and present day conditions.
jan.ucc.nau.edu /swpottery/rockartbiblio/Navajo3.htm   (510 words)

 Eugen Neuhaus (1879-1963) - Fine Art Dealers Association   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
Karl Eugen Neuhaus was born in Germany in 1879, where he studied at the Royal Art Institutes in Kassel and Berlin.
Neuhaus’ greatest impact on California art was as a lecturer, author and teacher.
Neuhaus taught at the University of California, Berkeley, for over 40 years, and was that school’s first head of their art department.
www.fada.com /browse_by_essay.html?essay=577   (122 words)

 Patrick Caulfield   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
Between 1956 and 1960 he studied at the Chelsea School of Art, and from 1960 to 1963 at the Royal College of Art, London.
In 1963 he was included in the Young Contemporaries exhibition, London.
From 1963 to 1971 he taught at the Chelsea School of Art.
www.real-art.com /caulf.htm   (203 words)

 FINA A101 1963 Ancient to Medieval Art   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
During the semester we will examine significant monuments and art objects dating from around 4000 B.C. to 1400 A.D. The primary objective of the course is to understand the civilizations of the important periods of antiquity and the Middle Ages by means of an examination of their visual material remains.
For example, we will learn what the pyramids and colossal sphinx tell us about ancient Egyptian civilization, what the Acropolis and Parthenon of Athens tell us about the Greek civilization, and what Gothic cathedrals with their sculptures and stained glass windows tell us about the late Middle Ages and Christianity.
We will be taking a look not only at actual works of art but also archaeology, religions, society, and literature and other salient remains of culture.
www.indiana.edu /~deanfac/blspr99/fina/fina_a101_1963.html   (141 words)

 azcentral.com | Scottsdale Art Scene
Scottsdale is host to more than 25 art and music festivals throughout the year.
The gallery is hosting three of the most celebrated Spanish masters of fine art from the twentieth century through Aug. 31: Pablo Picasso, Joan Miró and Salvador Dali.
Situated on 600 acres of rugged Sonoran Desert, Frank Lloyd Wright's Taliesin West is a National Historic Landmark and one of Wright's greatest achievements.
www.azcentral.com /community/scottsdale/articles/scottsdale-artscene.html   (615 words)

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November 9 - 1963 Miike coal-mine explosion: In Japan, a coal mine explosion kills 458 and sends 839 carbon monoxide poisoning victims to the hospital.
The divorce case of the Duke and Duchess of Argyll causes scandal in the United Kingdom
www.brainyencyclopedia.com /encyclopedia/1/19/1963.html   (1421 words)

 Salvador Dali Posters - Vintage Posters from Enjoy Art   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
It is a quality reproduction of a work of art by surrealism Spanish artist, Salvador Dali.
It is a beautiful reproduction of a gorgeous work of art by acclaimed artist, Michael Parkes.
This is a fine art print on a thick, satin finish stock.
www.enjoyart.com /surrealism.htm   (841 words)

 Manu Parekh
Manu Parekh, a modernist of the third generation, was born in Ahmedabad in 1939 in Gujrat.
His initiation in the art of drawing and painting was under Mukund Shroff After he got the Diploma in Drawing and Painting from Sir J. School of art, Bombay, in 1962, Manu started as a stage actor in Bombay and designed stage-sets in Ahmedabad.
As an art designer and consultant for Indian handicrafts he travelled in France, Italy, Belgium, Holland and Gemiany in 1976, and took an exhibition of Indian handierafts to Mongolia and went on a cultural tour in the USSR in 1980.
www.contemporaryindianart.com /manu_parekh.htm   (544 words)

 The American Soldier, 1963
Whereas in World War II a variety of parachute colors were used to identify personnel and the various major classes of supplies being furnished, the 1963 practice called for the colors to be used to identify the various organizations employed in a given operation.
In the right and left foreground are a first lieutenant and a private, first class, and in the left background is a first sergeant, all of the 82d Airborne Division on maneuvers about 1963.
They are dressed in the olive green field uniforms introduced during the 1950's and are carrying the M14 rifle.
www.army.mil /CMH/art/P-P/AS-2/1963.htm   (381 words)

 1963 - LearnThis.Info Enclyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
1960 1961 1962 - 1963 - 1964 1965 1966
November 7 - Wunder von Lengede: In Germany, 11 miners are rescued from a collapsed mine after 14 days.
February 11 - The Beatles tape 10 tracks for their 1st album, including Please, Please Me (released on March 2).
encyclopedia.learnthis.info /1/19/1963.html   (1386 words)

 Eve by Mati Klarwein - Surrealist and Visionary Art   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
Eve by Mati Klarwein - Surrealist and Visionary Art
What I'm usually trying to say is, what could be more 'spiritual' than the evanescent erotic beauty of, say, stockings or lacy underwear as floral like decoration surrounding the profound mating dance which leads to us being here.
Thinking of things this way cultivates an appreciation of art in which false (read: 'verbal') contradictions are resolved.
www.matiklarweinart.com /en/gallery/eve-1963.htm   (109 words)

 1963 - Open Encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
March 1 - First appearance of John Rockerduck (a character in the Scrooge McDuck Universe) in Italian story Zio Paperone e il kiwi volante ("Uncle Scrooge and the flying kiwi") by Giampaolo Barosso and Giorgio Bordini
1963 is the year dubbed "Annus Mirabilis" by British poet Philip Larkin.
April 26 - Jet Li, martial arts fighter, actor
open-encyclopedia.com /1963   (1906 words)

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