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  1997 in art - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
See also: 1996 in art, other events of 1997, 1998 in art, list of years in art
Puppy by Jeff Koons is moved from Sydney Harbour to the Guggenheim Museum Bilbao.
Sensation opens at the Royal Academy of Art in London.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/1997_in_art   (132 words)

  
 African-American Art - Sloane Art Library - University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
By the first African-American art historian, the "father of Black art history," this is the classic work on the subject, the "first to denote and define the African impulse in the visual arts in the U.S." Porter also arranged the first exhibition of contemporary African art in the U.S. (1951, Howard University).
ART READY REF. Listing Black artists from the colonial period to the present, this source is useful as a biographical work; it cites reproductions that have appeared in books, periodicals and catalogs through 1990, including most media as well as folk art.
ART REF. Ethnicity is indicated in the artist entries; since a large proportion of folk artists are African-American this is an important source.
www.lib.unc.edu /art/africanamerican.html   (3616 words)

  
 UNCG 1996-1997 UGB: Art Department
ART 498 and 499 to be taken in the senior year.
Art Education II All studio art students who seek teacher licensure in art must take a BFA under one of two concentrations: Art Education I offers academic breadth, Art Education II offers concentration in a studio discipline.
Art Education methods courses 363 and 365 are prerequisites to student teaching and are taken in the fall semester of the senior year.
www.uncg.edu /reg/Catalog/9697/art.html   (2838 words)

  
 1997 Ad Art in America - Find Articles
The show is reminiscent of the '70s art world and is thoroughly in tune with the current '70s revival in art and fashion (Neri is also a contributing editor to Harper's Bazaar); yet in its measured, halting, Sling Blade-like tempo, it also insists on making its points in its own good time and pace.
This is a Biennial in which you have to sit through the films and videos to get any real sense of the show: an exhibition in which you are repeatedly putting on earphones, not to tune out, but to tune into the show's vital pulse.
The 1997 Biennial also seems subliminally sparked by what might be termed a "post-PC" attitude of laissez-faire fluidity toward issues of sex, gender, race and nationality.
www.findarticles.com /p/articles/mi_m1248/is_n6_v85/ai_19488675   (808 words)

  
 1997 RLG's Art & Architecture Group Annual Meeting   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
The REACH project (Records Export for Art and CulturalHeritage) will mount a testbed database of museum object records to explore issues relating to the exporting of data from heterogeneous museum collection management systems and use of the resulting database by librarians and scholars.
After introducing members of the committee, she reviewed the report dated March 1997 which was distributed to members at the meeting.
Nancy Allen stated that her institution, the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, is committed to marketing the photograph collection; Max Marmor, Yale University, stated that Yale Art and Architecture Library is also committed to marketing the collection and would participate in the project independently of Yale's ILL department.
www.rlg.org /en/page.php?Page_ID=42   (3046 words)

  
 Harvard University Art Museums - Press releases, 1997
The exhibition, drawn from the Art Museums' recently acquired comprehensive collection of the work of Joseph Beuys (1921-1986), is organized by Peter Nisbet, Daimler-Benz Curator, Busch-Reisinger Museum, and curated by students in his spring semester seminar at Harvard College.
The goal of figure painting was never the celebration of the human form, as in Western art, but the presentation of paragons of wisdom and virtue whose noble deeds and lofty attainments might inspire emulation.
The Art of Identity is organized by Suzanne Blier, professor of African art and architecture, Harvard University, and James Cuno, director of the Harvard University Art Museums.
www.artmuseums.harvard.edu /press/released1997/advanced.html   (3070 words)

  
 Art in 2 Worlds: The Native American Fine Art Invitational 1983-1997 - Montclair Art Museum - Absolutearts.com
Art in 2 Worlds: The Native American Fine Art Invitational 1983-1997 was organized by the Heard Museum in Phoenix, Arizona.
Art in 2 Worlds celebrates the creativity and innovation of Native American artists by bringing together 52 works from the Heardís seven invitational exhibitions between 1983 and 1997.
Art in 2 Worlds is a powerful showcase of the extraordinary traditions in Native American art which have found equally potent expression in the works of contemporary Native American artists.
www.absolutearts.com /artsnews/2002/02/25/29684.html   (471 words)

  
 Art Libraries Society of North America - George Wittenborn Award: Past Winners
Award: The Museum of Modern Art for distinguished museum publishing, as exemplified in 1977 by The Architecture of the École des Beaux-Arts edited by Arthur Drexler (distributed by MIT Press, 1977).
J.B. Speed Art Museum in association with Indiana University Press for the scholarly publication entitled Ingres: in Pursuit of Perfection: the Art of J.-A.-D. Ingres by Patricia Condon with Marjorie B. Cohn and Agnes Mongan (1983).
Museum of Fine Arts, Boston in association with Little, Brown and Company, an award of excellence for The Art That is Life: the Arts and Crafts Movement in America, 1875-1920 by Wendy Kaplan, with contributions by Eileen Boris...
www.arlisna.org /about/awards/wittenborn_winners.html   (6120 words)

  
 Art Chicago
modern and contemporary art, Art Chicago will be the centerpiece of world-class, citywide arts festival designed to attract an elite group of collectors, curators and guests from around the world.
Art Chicago is a spring tradition in Chicago.
With an array of culturally enriching events citywide, Art Chicago 2007 will be better than ever at the world-famous Merchandise Mart.
www.artchicago.com   (139 words)

  
 artnet.com - 1997 people index   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
Summer in L.A. The 3rd Los Angeles International Biennial Art Invitational was kicked off with a lively reception at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art.
The gala opening on Feb. 19, 1997 of the 9th annual Art Show, hosted by the Art Dealers Association of America to benefit the Henry Street Settlement.
The Winter Antiques Show Jan. 17-26, 1997, at the Seventh Regiment Armory, an astonishing bounty of beautiful objects and a host of knowledgeable and gracious dealers.
www.artnet.com /Magazine/people/People97.asp   (317 words)

  
 1996 in art - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
See also: 1995 in art, other events of 1996, 1997 in art, List_of_years in art.
Sol LeWitt Prints: 1970-1995 - travelling exhibition by the Museum of Modern Art, New York.
Vermeer - nearly complete exhibition of 25 works, The Hague and Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/1996_in_art   (194 words)

  
 LU Art Department 1997 Newsletter
The LU art and art history courses have prepared them to take advantage of existing possibilities and to create their own opportunities with confidence in their ability to succeed.
It is important for art and art history students to know what paths our alumnae/alumni have followed and we all love to hear from you.
Dan Barry, studio art '94 and collagist/artist, was featured in The Milwaukee Journal in an article written by James Auer, theatre '50 and art critic for The Milwaukee Journal, covering a group exhibit at the Judy A. Saslow Gallery in Chicago in August, 1996.
www.lawrence.edu /dept/art/newsletter/newsletter97.html   (4861 words)

  
 UF Faculty Art Exhibition 1996-1997   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
John Catterall is a painter and printmaker and Professor of Art.
He joined the department as chairman in 1988, after serving on the art faculties at New Mexico State University, Montana State University, the University of South Florida and Clarke College (Iowa).
Gauguin could have just said his painting was a product of the focus of his program of creative inquiry in which he manifested his intellectual curiosity in meeting his research obligation - and named it Untitled, 1897.
www.arts.ufl.edu /art/catalog9697/catterallj.html   (164 words)

  
 UF Faculty Art Exhibition 1996-1997   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
Roland's research interests have led to studies of preservice teachers' conceptions of art and art education; applications of newer technologies in art(s) education; and stategies for developing students' thinking skills through art.
Roland is currently exploring ways that art educators can utilize telecommunications technologies and Internet resources in advancing the goals of art education.
In addition to his involvement with telecommunications technologies, Roland serves as Higher Education Division Director for the Florida Art Education Association and is currently editing an FAEA document titled Becoming an Art Teacher in Florida which will be published in the Summer of 1997.
www.arts.ufl.edu /art/catalog9697/roland.html   (182 words)

  
 Savannah College of Art and Design > Alumni > 1997
Ginger Gregg (M.A., art history, 1997) is the assistant director of programming and community outreach and projects gallery curator for the Museum of Art in Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. Gregg is responsible for coordinating programs that involve demographic groups that do not typically visit the museum, and she is curator of an alternative media exhibition space.
Kerwin Siy (B.F.A., computer art, 1997) is a Web designer/producer for IDG Books Worldwide (frommers.com dept.) and is responsible for all design work (both internal and for partnered companies), the creation of ads and building and maintenance of the site's pages.
Scott Swenson (M.Arch., 1997) is an intern architect with the Orlando, Fla., firm of Harvard, Jolly, Clees, Toppe.
www.scad.edu /alumni/where/years/1997.cfm   (9772 words)

  
 Student Art Competition 1997-1998
The winners of the 1997-98 Student Art competition, hosted by Lane Community College, and coordinated by Craig Spilman, were announced in the spring.
George Johanson, an internationally recognized artist/painter, who taught painting, drawing, and printmaking at the Pacific Northwest College of Art from 1955 until 1980 where he retired as a teacher, judged this year’s competition.
His work has been shown both nationally and internationally and is represented in public collections including the Art Institute of Chicago; The National Collection, Smithsonian Institute, Washington, D.C.; and the Victoria and Albert Museum, London, England.
www.league.org /league/competitions/student_art/student_art9798.htm   (197 words)

  
 Xmas 1997 - Art Scene
Cathy Ross and Mireille Galinou, the Modern and Art Curators, invited Ken to speak on 'Technology as Catalyst', illustrating it with examples from his own music.
This was also another good opportunity for the Arts world to complain about the Funding Situation, as well as presenting innovative initiatives.
He reported back to Chris Smith, reminding him that the Dole was the best subsidy most practising artists have had, before the nonsense of the 'Job seeker's Allowance' broke the NI contract.
www.art-science.com /Xmas1997/artscene.html   (384 words)

  
 Writer's Block, Feature, You Gotta Have Art - Fall 1997
Whatever the label, writers must call on the power of charts, tables, maps, and diagrams to tell their stories.
The copy becomes shorter, and the new art elements give the designer more freedom to create an attractive page.
Many readers are first attracted into a page by art—photos, illustrations, graphics, or type used as art.
www.writersblock.ca /fall1997/feature.htm   (902 words)

  
 Not Still Art Festival: 1997 Workshop   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
The panel will be videotaped for exhibition to a group of Arts Presenters sponsoredthe New York State Council on the Arts on May 12, 1997.
She is organizing an exhibition at the National Gallery of Art inWashington, DC this summer.
CAROL GOSS, WALTER WRIGHT and EUGENE MARTYNEC will be setting up their respective studios for the evening performance of "Live Blue Light" in the same space as the panel and so will be available to participate in the discussion.
www.improvart.com /NSA/nsa_pan.htm   (389 words)

  
 Rice Course Schedule, Spring 1997: Art (ARTS)
001 TBA TBA TBA ARTS 690 Credits Spring 97 The intention of this course is to suggest to students, particularly architecture students, that art can be an integral part of their everyday professional lives.
Students will be exposed to art museums, local galleries, and art magazines, and they will be encouraged to see the world in new ways through making art -- i.e., through oil painting, watercolor, pencil and charcoal drawing, and photography.
Students will also keep a journal to record the way in which art begins to implicate itself in everyday life.
www.rice.edu /projects/courses/spring97/ARTS.html   (900 words)

  
 Not Still Art Video Festival 1997
The evolution of video art, its relevance and importance to our culture and its processes will be discussed in an open forum with the audience.
The performance will be held at Gallery A of the Cooperstown Art Association, 22 Main Street, Cooperstown, NY in the Library buillding across the street from the Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, New York.
The "NOT STILL ART FESTIVAL" is sponsored by the Boswell Museum, Gallery 53, and The Cooperstown Art Association.
www.improvart.com /nsa/nsa97.htm   (384 words)

  
 Burning Man 1997: Art Cars
This year it's got red and white flag stripes painted on the starboard and flames on the port side.
It's just amazing to see the sheer number of items glued to this art car and its trailer.
A completely different kind of art car style, with the Max car in the background.
www.geektimes.com /michael/travel/1997/burningMan/artcars.html   (130 words)

  
 5 Star Guide To Oriental Rug Books K
Khan, F.A.: Architecture and Art Treasures in Pakistan; Prehistorical, Protohistoric, Buddhist and Hindu Period ; Karachi: 1969.
Beyond the Oxus, Archaeology, Art and Architecture of Central Asia ; London: 1972.
Kuhnel, Ernst: The Minor Arts of Islam ; Ithaca: 1971.
www.spongobongo.com /starbibk.htm   (1473 words)

  
 Locus: 1997 Nonfiction and Art Books
Infinite Worlds: The Fantastic Visions of Science Fiction Art, Vincent Di Fate (Penguin Studio 10/97, $45.00, hc) Gloriously illustrated history of SF art and its artists, particularly in the last 40 years or so.
Children's picture book with text by Gaiman and full-color illustrations by McKean; humorous fantasy where the title trade is just the start of a series of juvenile swaps, and things get very strange indeed.
Myth, Magic, and Mystery: One Hundred Years of American Children's Book Illustration, Hearn, Clark, and Clark (Roberts Rinehart 1/97, $29.95, tp) Not just an art book (with numerous bandw and full-color illustrations), but also a history of the past century in the field, examining the literature as well as its illustrators.
www.locusmag.com /1997/Books/NonfictionArt.html   (669 words)

  
 Geometric Sculpture of George W. Hart, mathematical sculptor   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
Art and Mathematics 2000, The Cooper Union, NY, Nov.
paper polyhedron models which are more at the mathematics end of the scale than the art end.
Finally, you might also like to look at some of my 2D computer-generated images, which are concepts for sculptures too difficult to realize physically, or some of my early plotter drawings.
www.georgehart.com /sculpture/sculpture.html   (1169 words)

  
 Links • Tierra Wools • Hand-dyed Yarn • Rio   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
Founded to encourage and promote Spanish colonial arts and crafts and to inform and educate the public about traditional art forms, designs and techniques.
In Santa Fé, NM next to the Museum of Indian Arts and Culture and the Wheelwright Museum of the American Indian.
Art McGathy's Loom Construction References - an extensive list of loom building resources, including books and web pages with reviews.
www.handweavers.com /links.htm   (901 words)

  
 GEN ART Film
Gen Art's Film Program began in 1996 with the launch of the The Gen Art Film Festival, a carefully curated week of exciting and provocative North American independent films by today’s most talented emerging directors.
The Gen Art Film Festival was established to showcase the work of emerging North American Independent filmmakers and is curated with an emphasis on highlighting the diversity of their visions and talents.
Our goal is to create a festival where filmmakers, audiences and film industry professionals can interact together in a fun and inviting atmosphere.
www.genart.org /film.event.htm?itemid=59   (315 words)

  
 Brainsnack Tours: Links--Chicago's Art and History
Created in 1997, Art*o*mat machines are retired cigarette vending machines that have been converted to vend art.
The Gallery 27 arts jobs training program was started in 1991, on the empty city block labeled block number 37.
From the Gallery 37 Website: "Learning and creating alongside Chicago’s top arts professionals, who serve as teaching artists, Chicago teens learn valuable life lessons while earning a wage and polishing their creative skills.
brainsnack.net /links/art_hist_links.html   (493 words)

  
 Political and Editorial Cartoons - Art Faux   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
Political cartoons and humor with a fine art twist are the main theme at the Art Faux Gallery web site.
The editorial cartoons and political humor art work is updated frequently, so please visit the site often for the latest updates.
Historical works of art are the setting for modern day political humor and editorial cartoons, featuring current events and scandals that are popular in the news.
www.artfaux.com /index.shtml   (260 words)

  
 July 11, 1997. Art Conservation and Restoration   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
THIS WEEK ON Science Friday > Archives > 1997 > July > July 11, 1997
But from cave art to tupperware, time takes its toll on the world's historic and artistic works.
Environmental pollutants, temperature and humidity fluctuations, and mistreatment all can damage potentially priceless artworks or objects.
www.sciencefriday.com /pages/1997/Jul/hour2_071197.html   (219 words)

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