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  Art Kendal retires   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
Art decided to pursue a Ph.D. at the Scripps Institution of Oceanography, where he was the first graduate student of Elbert Ahlstrom, the father of larval fish taxonomy.
In 1982, Art was invited to join an elite group of larval fish taxonomists as a member of the steering and editorial committee for the 1983 E. Ahlstrom Memorial Symposium.
Art designed and led a series of ichthyoplankton surveys from 1981 to 1985 to locate the early life history stages of walleye pollock and describe their distribution and abundance patterns.
www.afsc.noaa.gov /Quarterly/ond2000/items.htm   (1804 words)

 Age and Arts Participation, 1982-1997
While many interested in arts policy echoed the fears of aging, the findings were hotly contested by some arts presenters who said that they did not perceive their audiences as aging.
Looking at all the art forms together (as seen in Table 2.15), we find that arts attendees in their twenties get quite involved in the art forms of their choice and attend often, while attendees in their thirties and forties do not go as often, perhaps because of the competing demands of family and work.
The alternative prediction is that the lower level of arts participation is a consequence of their early liberal experience and will persist over the coming decades, while post-boomer cohorts, raised in a more conservative atmosphere, will enjoy levels of arts participation comparable to pre-boomers.
www.arts.gov /pub/Researcharts/Summary42.html   (3187 words)

 Welcome to PS1 Museum
By reaching beyond the usual parameters of visual art and incorporating political posters, philosophical texts, musical scores, imagery from pop culture, and transcripts of informal conversations into their work, the group asks viewers to re-evaluate the categories of contemporary art and the role of the contemporary artist.
Art and Language are "out of work" because they disregard the modernist ideal of the artist who originates and then perfects a single skill or style.
The Artist Out of Work: Art and Language 1971 - 1982 is made possible through the support of Staffordshire University (Stoke-on-Trent), University College Northampton (Northampton), ALESCO AG, The British Council, the Clarté Foundation, and the Lisson Gallery, London.
www.ps1.org /cut/press/artandlang.html   (605 words)

 Art Periods in France: ART NOUVEAU
Art Nouveau {ahr noo-voh'}, a French term meaning new art, refers to a style of architecture, of commercial and decorative art, and, to some extent, a style of painting and sculpture that was popular about 1900.
Art Nouveau was a rich, voluptuous style that appealed to an enlightened elite, to personalities such as Sarah Bernhardt and Loie Fuller, and to the nouveaux riches, whose tastes, uninhibited by tradition, encouraged designers to stylistic excesses.
Art Nouveau was incorporated in the rebellious psychedelic style of the 1960s and finally achieved its place as a significant style in the history of modern art.
www.discoverfrance.net /France/Art/nouveau.shtml   (1493 words)

 The Art of Computer Game Design   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
Art is made possible only by the richness of the fantasy world we share.
Art is nevertheless difficult, because there are so many practical problems associated with stimulating fantasies deep inside another person’s mind.
Art can be starchily elitist, but good art can also be a foot stomping blast.
www.vancouver.wsu.edu /fac/peabody/game-book/Coverpage.html   (1845 words)

 Philadelphia Museum of Art
This rare early example of the Thai goldsmith's art was probably made for a princess by court craftsmen and dates to the fifteenth century, when Ayudhya was the capital of the country.
The art of jewelry-making in Thailand reached great sophistication during this period, as demonstrated by this crown with its intricate design inlaid with rubies and pearls.
The prestige of gold among the Thai ruling class was such that its usage and ornamentation were strictly prescribed by sumptuary regulations, and gold jewelry was often buried with its wearer in the tombs of members of the royal family.
www.philamuseum.org /collections/asian_art/1982-105-1.shtml   (126 words)

 Music Inspired by Art
Art: Max Ernst: The Celebes Elephant, The Robing of the Bride, The Nymphaea, The Angle of the Hearth, Petrified City
Art: Joan Miro: Dragonfly with Red-Tipped Wings in Pursuit of a Snake Spiraling Toward a Comet; Dancer Listening to the Organ in a Gothic Cathedral; Dog, Barking at Moon; Personages in the Presence of a Metamorphosis; Women Encircled by the Flight of a Bird
Art: Marc Chagall: stained-glass windows in the synagogue of the Hadassah Hospital, Hebrew University, Jerusalem
www.angelfire.com /tx2/kdjagoe/inspired.html   (896 words)

 D-Art vs. The Bath House, 1982
A well-run art business not only works, however, but it is mutually beneficial to artists, patrons and administration.
Texas is known as an art haven of private support, despite its reluctance, or ignorance, in soliciting money from such federal sources as the National Endowment for the Arts.
The CETA Arts Festival last summer was the first rattle out of the Bath House box and community response has been trickling in since fliers were sent out in January.
www.dallasartsrevue.com /ArtSpaces/D-Art/D-Art-v-Bath.shtml   (1685 words)

 The Dream of the Audience: Theresa Hak Kyung Cha (1951-1982) - Henry Art Gallery, University of Washington - ...
Theresa Hak Kyung Cha’s extremely varied work, ranging from performance art, works in film and video, ceramics, textiles, works on paper, and artist’s books, to stamp and mail art is distinguished by its richness of cultural references and use of multiple languages.
In her short life and career, she made an important contribution to late twentieth-century American art, and the influences of her pioneering work in film and video, performance, mail art and artist books continues to grow.
Organized for the Henry Art Gallery by Associate Curator Robin Held, The Dream of the Audience: Theresa Hak Kyung Cha is supported at the Henry by the Simpson Center for the Humanities at the University of Washington, and co-sponsored by Wing Luke Asian Museum.
www.absolutearts.com /artsnews/2002/12/06/30545.html   (1077 words)

 Art History | second
Bachelor of Arts, Art and Perception, University of Michigan at Ann Arbor, 1979.
Art of the Andes from Chavín to Inca, (World of Art series), Thames and Hudson Ltd., London, 1995, New York, 1996.
Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Boston, 1992 (reprinted by Thames and Hudson, London and New York, under the title To Weave for the Sun: Ancient Andean Textiles, 1994).
www.arthistory.emory.edu /faculty/stonemillercv.htm   (3306 words)

 Subject Research Guides: Art History: Sources For Study of Iconography (Rutgers University Libraries)
Cites images and themes covered in art between the 14th and 18th centuries, making the title somewhat misleading.
The Gothic Idol: Ideology and Image-Making in Medieval Art.
It is indexed by RAA (Repertoire d'art et d'archeologie) until 1990, by BHA (Bibliography of the History of Art) after 1990, and is included in Art Index.
www.libraries.rutgers.edu /rul/rr_gateway/research_guides/art/art_lib/iconography.shtml   (885 words)

 Changing Houston, Changing Women's Lives: The Houston Women's Caucus for Art, 1978 - 1988, by MaryRoss Taylor
In the summer of 1982, with sculptor Toby Topek as president for 1982 - 1983, the chapter raised funds for and pitched in on the renovation of the Firehouse.
The Cultural Arts Council of Houston, which was formed in the mid-1970s to support the arts with hotel and motel tax revenues, began funding Artist-in-Residence programs in 1979.
A juried exhibition organized in November 1982 was shown at the Philadelphia Art Alliance during the national CAA and WCA conference in February 1983.
www.artwomen.org /houston/p9.shtml   (422 words)

 National Council on the Arts Members - James Ballinger
James Ballinger has been director of the Phoenix Art Museum since 1982, having started his career at the museum in December 1974 as curator of collections.
He has been a member of the board of directors of the Association of Art Museum Directors since 2002, currently serves on the board for the Phoenix Community Alliance, and the advisory board for the Spencer Museum of Art at the University of Kansas, Lawrence.
During 2003, he served as a member of the Maricopa Regional Arts and Cultural Task Force, and in 2004 he was named Nonprofit Director of the Year by the Organization of Nonprofit Executives of Arizona.
arts.endow.gov /about/NCA/Ballinger.html   (191 words)

 Art in America: Art Services - Directory
Art Dealers Association of America, Art Institute of Chicago, AXA Gallery, AXA Art Insurance, Berry-Hill Galleries, Mary Boone, C&M Arts, Guggenheim Museum, Japan Society, MoCA Los Angeles, Monacelli Press, Municipal Art Society, Philadelphia Museum, Warhol Foundation, Michael Werner, Zwirner & Wirth.
Certified fine art appraisals of American and European works of arts for insurance, charitable contributions, sale, dissolution of marriage, equitable distribution, estate tax and expert witness services.
Atlas has established a reputation for quality and competitive pricing in serving the needs of the art community throughout the U.S. by supplying specialty alloys in a variety of shapes and forms required by bronze sculptors, fabricators, foundries, flsmiths, artists and craftsmen.
www.findarticles.com /p/articles/mi_m1248/is_8_90/ai_90251623   (4153 words)

 Ana Mendieta (Cuban/American), 1948-1985: Featured artist works, exhibitions and biography from Galerie Lelong   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
Inside the Visible, Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston, MA, traveled to the National Museum of Women in Arts, Washington, D.C.; the Whitechapel Art Gallery, London, England; the Art Gallery of Western Australia, Perth.
Laura Carpenter Fine Art Santa Fe Ana Mendieta: The Silueta Series, Galerie Lelong, New York City; with catalogue, exhibition traveled to University of Massachusetts, Dartmouth; Wexner Center for the Arts, Columbus, Ohio.
Ana Mendieta, Centro Galego de Arte Contemporanea, Santiago de Compestela, published in conjunction with the traveling retrospective exhibition, with essays by: Donald Kuspit, Raquelin Mendieta, Charles Merewether, Gloria Moure, Mary Sabbatino.
www.artnet.com /ag/fineartthumbnails.asp?gid=652&aid=11662   (1214 words)

 Encyclopedia Smithsonian: Art of Japan
Art of Edo Japan: The Artist and the City 1615-1868.
Enlightenment Embodied: The Art of the Japanese Buddhist Sculptor (7th-14th centuries).
The Splendour of Urushi: The Lacquer Art Collection at the Museum of East Asian Art, Cologne: Inventory Catalogue with Reflections on Cultural History.
www.si.edu /resource/faq/freersac/japanart.htm   (665 words)

 Terra Foundation for American Art: Collection
His portrayal of the urban social mix, which acknowledges glaring disparities of wealth and status while sidestepping a frank engagement with issues of social justice, ultimately stamps Hassam’s urban imagery with the reticent gentility that characterizes the work of many American impressionist painters.
Hassam’s first major painting of Paris, this large, ambitious work scored a coup for the young artist when it was included in the prestigious annual exhibition at Paris’s Salon des Beaux Arts of 1887 and met with high praise from both French and American reviewers.
Venues: The Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C., April 30-August 1, 1965; Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Massachusetts, August 17-September 19, 1965; The Currier Gallery of Art, Manchester, New Hampshire, September 28-October 31, 1965; The Gallery of Modern Art, New York, New York, November 16-December 19, 1965 (as Une Averse, Rue Bonaparte).
www.terraamericanart.org /collections/code/emuseum.asp?newaction=advsearch&rawsearch=id/,/is/,/305/,/false/,/false&newstyle=single   (1666 words)

 Fine-Art.com - Community - 1982 Holmes VS Cooney Poster
I have a 1982 Holmes vs Cooney poster.
This particular poster is unique in that the date listed on it was canceled and rescheduled.
On a side note, I have a ticket for the actual fight with the correct date.
dart.fine-art.com /aqd-asp-im_71498-buy-m.htm   (64 words)

 MSN Encarta - Archive Article - 1982: Art
MSN Encarta - Archive Article - 1982: Art
Hampered by the international recession and the stronger position of the U.S. dollar in relation to other currencies, the market for artworks slowed during 1982, but it did not grind to a halt.
The high quality and numbers of exhibitions continued during the year.
encarta.msn.com /sidebar_1741584398/1982_Art.html   (162 words)

 Digital Art Worlds: Technology and Productions of Value in Art Education
(e.g., the capitalist free market creates equal opportunity for all), are both vocalized and re-produced through this open performance.  As the discussion proceeds, however, the students begin to exhibit a degree of critical self-reflexivity about their extended art world.
What I mean is, is that all these people who are established in their art forms are scared of us, because we can self-generate.
It should be accessible to everyone, cheap, and dirty, and the more accessible it is, the more crap there’s going to be.
torinmonahan.com /papers/Digital_Art_Worlds.htm   (570 words)

This watercolor "Rainbirds" is on the large water tank which will deluge the launch pad through a system of nozzles, called "Rainbirds." The water will suppress the sound of launch and help prevent damage to the spacecraft and payload caused by acoustical energy.
The Space Shuttle Orbiter "Challenger" landing on the runway at DFRC at California is met by a NASA chase plane and a flock of red-wing flbirds that live in the reeds alongside the airstrip, STS-6 April 9, 1983.
Dodd was present at JPL for the Saturn encounter by the Voyager spacecraft, August 24-26, 1981.
www.hq.nasa.gov /copernica/cadb/indexD.htm   (1526 words)

 Neil Hellman Library
Art Index, available through the Library's database list at http://www.strose.edu/Library/elecres/alphalist.htm, is a bibliographic database which cites articles from more than 300 periodicals published throughout the world.
Reproductions of works of art appearing in periodicals are also indexed.
Since many worthy scholarly articles on the history of photography were published before 1984, you will need to use the print volumes of Art Index, located in the Reference Room on the first floor of the Library.
www.strose.edu /Library/webpacks/art366.htm   (370 words)

 Fine Art Exhibit
The City of SeaTac is presenting this exhibit to show quality artwork of regional fine artists and to purchase work for their permanent collection.
To be eligible for the Art Purchase Award, a piece must be for sale at a price not to exceed $500.
Annette says her personal art work emphasizes conceptual art in painting and pottery.
www.ci.seatac.wa.us /park/sefineartexhibit.htm   (168 words)

 Gilbert and George Online
Gilbert and George at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York City
Wexner Center for the Arts at Ohio State University
Text is clearly readable and art reproductions vary from so-so to excellent.
www.artcyclopedia.com /artists/gilbert_and_george.html   (289 words)

 Rock Art Bibliography
1996 Rock Art of the Eastern Woodlands: Proceedings from the Eastern States Rock Art Conference.
1989 The Green Pictograph Shelter: a recent rock art discovery in the Arkansas River Valley.
1986 The Arts of the North American Indians: Native Traditions in Evolution.
rockart.uark.edu /bibliog.html   (432 words)

 Joachim Frank Mail Art Archive: Box A
BOX D contains materials and art related to international mail art shows, as well as zines.
BOX E contains miscellaneous mail art and materials related to mail art shows and events.
Contains invitations to mail art shows, copies of works created, and subsequently received documentation.
www.infomuse.net /mailart/jfrankarchive/a.html   (715 words)

 Hanes Art Center Tour Stop
Completed in 1982, the Hanes Art Center features a Palladian-style portico that welcomes all to the Department of Art.
The building contains classrooms; a 300-seat lecture hall; painting, drawing, printmaking and design teaching studios; faculty, administrative, and staff offices; faculty and graduate student studios; a photography studio; slide and photograph collection rooms; a library; and a beginning sculpture studio.
In 1985, the center was dedicated to Frank Borden Hanes and Barbara Lasater Hanes of Winston-Salem, longtime supporters of the arts and sciences at Carolina.
www.unc.edu /tour/LEVEL_2/hanesart.htm   (110 words)

 Prato - Contemporary Art - Celle's Farm
Inaugurated in 1982,the "art spaces"(60 installations of environmental art) constitute a collection of international great value.
The works were conceived and carried out in open space by artists.
During 1999 a reproduction scale of Celle's Park and its sculptures have been set in three important Museums in Japan: Modern Art Museum in Kamakura, Contemporary Art Museum in Sapporo and Mie Prefectural Art Museum.
www.po-net.prato.it /artestoria/contemp/eng/celle.htm   (267 words)

 Amazon.com: Budo: The Art of Killing: DVD   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
Filmed entirely in Japan, BUDO:THE ART OF KILLING is a highly acclaimed docu-drama and a favorite of martial arts practitioners and fans alike.
Highlighting the various techniques of "Budo" (Karate, Judo, Aikido, etc.), this action-packed film is a visual feast exploring the spiritual and historical traditions, training and techniques of this specialized form of martial arts.
Athough the traditional Jappanese martial arts are given fair treatment, it focuses on the ideals and philosophy of the Samurai Warrior (Budo).
www.amazon.com /exec/obidos/tg/detail/-/B0006SSQNE?v=glance   (833 words)

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