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The Musee de Caravalho in Review by Miranda Seaver Caravalho

The Musee de Caravalho In Review

VISUAL: These days, it’s vital to think about perspective. It’s been about a year since the start of the COVID-19 lockdown and - if I’m being completely honest - I’m sick of talking about it.

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The Edwardian World’s Faire in Review by Miranda Seaver

Revellers at Edwardian World's Faire

Article by Miranda Seaver Venue: The Regency Ballroom Featuring: The Edwardian World’s Faire 2020 I was a weird kid. If you know me, even tangentially, this probably doesn’t come as much of a surprise. I spent a majority of my formative years dressed in ill-fitting thrift store suits, making campfires at the park and carving …

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Beta Space: Pae White in Review by Miranda Seaver

Beta Space: Pae White - Third Thursday - Opening

ARTICLE | I am a child. I must be six, maybe seven, and my parents have dragged me along with them to the hardware store.

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Visit the Old Town and Workshops of Culture in Review by Małgorzata Stanek

Julian Fałat

Article by Małgorzata Stanek Lublin’s Old Town, a bustling historic centre, is home to many outdoor events and festivals, such as the Jagiellonian Fair in mid-August. The Old Town is lined up with ancient tenements, each with its own story to tell, they show that Lublin has always been a city of writers, poets, and …

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California Dreamin’ in Review by Miranda Caravalho

Won Ju Lim: California Dreamin'

Article by Miranda Caravalho I don’t dream well. It’s a side effect, I think, of one of six medications I take. When I go to sleep my dreams are usually loud and fast and vaguely upsetting. To put it kindly, a dream journal was never something that interested me. But my close friend has spent …

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The House Imaginary by Miranda Caravalho

I still live in the house I grew up in. It’s a simple house on the corner in the suburbs, a mile away from both my elementary, middle and high school. It’s a single-family home that at one point held more than twice that. Now it stands, changed in many ways but still the same …

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500 Capp Street – David Ireland House

article & photos by Meaghan Alfonso for ArtsEarth The late conceptual artist, David Ireland, was born in Bellingham, Washington. He graduated with his BFA at the California College of Arts and Crafts in 1953. He didn’t decide to dedicate himself as a full-time artist until his 40s, and returned to school in San Francisco. This was …

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REVIEW: Resolution: An Artspan Exhibit

The Arc Gallery & Studios held many artists that were all uniquely different from one another. As I stepped into the gallery I was greeted by two friendly ladies who told me about other exhibits that were going to go on in the future. There were many large oil and acrylic paintings, photography, a couple …

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