Arts and Culture

Intersections: The Art of Architects, Rose Niland’s Review

Intersections: The Art of Architects, Rose Niland’s Review

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In Intersections: The Art of Architects, reports Rose Niland, three trained architects investigate that barely perceptible divide between art and architecture

The Music Trust 2015 – Advocacy for Knowledge and Education

The Music Trust 2015 – Advocacy for Knowledge and Education

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The Music Trust in Australia are working with energy, imagination and authority establishing a deep information source and advocates for school music education

Eti in Arcadia Ego by Nicolas Poussin

Claude Lorrain – At the Beginning of a Modern Romantic Idyll

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French artist Claude Lorrain presented nature and antiquity as more beautiful than it was and the countryside around Rome inspired his poetic rendering of light

Melbourne Antiques Fair 2014 – Showcases International Style

Melbourne Antiques Fair 2014 – Showcases International Style

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AA&ADA Melbourne Antiques Fair 2014 offers a range of antiques and art from around the world for interiors personal or professional, traditional or contemporary

Muse~News Editorial June 2013 Musing on Love & Week that Was

Muse~News Editorial June 2013 Musing on Love & Week that Was

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To close off the week many would believe is one to forget I received a jolt which made me change my thinking that perhaps it was one we really need to remember.

Thursday’s Top Ten

Thursday’s Top Ten

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Our Thursday’s Top Ten posts this week reveal a wide range of arts and culture interest. For quick access > Andy Warhol Pop Art Prince – King of People’s Perceptions | King James Bible – Celebrating 400 Years Conserving The Word | First Impressions – Monet, Pisarro, Sisley & Renoir…