Museum art – La Prairie SHLM http://laprairie-shlm.com/ Tue, 05 Jul 2022 23:35:02 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://laprairie-shlm.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/12/icon-2-150x150.png Museum art – La Prairie SHLM http://laprairie-shlm.com/ 32 32 Sauce Magazine – The Saint Louis Art Museum’s Art Hill film series returns in July after a 2-year hiatus due to the pandemic https://laprairie-shlm.com/sauce-magazine-the-saint-louis-art-museums-art-hill-film-series-returns-in-july-after-a-2-year-hiatus-due-to-the-pandemic-2/ Tue, 05 Jul 2022 21:44:16 +0000 https://laprairie-shlm.com/sauce-magazine-the-saint-louis-art-museums-art-hill-film-series-returns-in-july-after-a-2-year-hiatus-due-to-the-pandemic-2/ The Saint Louis Art Museum’s Art Hill film series returns in July after a 2-year hiatus related to the pandemic Partner Content By Sophia Liu // July 5, 2022 The Saint Louis Art Museum kicks off the 11th Art Hill Film Series Friday, July 8, after a two-year hiatus due to the pandemic. Each series […]]]>

The Saint Louis Art Museum’s Art Hill film series returns in July after a 2-year hiatus related to the pandemic

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The Saint Louis Art Museum kicks off the 11th Art Hill Film Series Friday, July 8, after a two-year hiatus due to the pandemic. Each series of films presents a new theme in which the selected films fit. This year’s theme is “Game On!” and serves a double meaning: It marks the return of the event after the pandemic pushbacks and nods to the art museum’s new summer exhibition ‘Catching The Moment’, which celebrates the acquisition of more than 800 contemporary art collected by Cardinals Hall of Famer Ted L. Simmons and his wife, fine art printer and publisher Maryanne Ellison Simmons. The free movie series will also host dozens of food trucks and live music, as well as games and prizes.

“The first series of Art Hill films was in 2010 and it was really a small occasion [but] it’s become a big, well-attended event,” said Amanda Thompson Rundahl, Director of Learning and Engagement. “We are delighted to be back after two years of absence. The film series is difficult to reproduce in a virtual environment.

Starting at 6 p.m., visitors can grab a bite to eat at their favorite food trucks; then, from 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m., there will be live music with artists based in Saint-Louis; and to top off the evening, a selected film will begin screening at 9 p.m. There will also be a cash bar under the tent on the esplanade. Centered around the Art Hill Plaza, the event will take place on July 8, 15, 22 and 29. Participants are encouraged to bring lawn chairs, picnic blankets, baskets, etc.

“[As for] the film itself, the screen is set up at the bottom of the hill,” said Thompson Rundahl. “While you’re standing on [the] Plaza looking towards the basin, the bottom of [Art Hill] becomes a natural amphitheater. People sit on the hill and [and] everyone has a great view – there are no obstructions.

The schedule is as follows:

July 8

Movie: A League of Their Own
Music: Sarah Jane & the Blue Notes
Street Trucks: Cha Cha Chow, Duchess Rose, Grace Meat + Three, Jaaise Grubb, Juicemasters, Mission Taco Joint, Poptimism, This N That, Scoops & More, Tuk Tuk Thai, Wok & Roll, Zacchi

July 15th

Movie: Love and Basketball
Music: DJ Chris Brown, DJ Nico Marie
Food Trucks: Buzz’s Hawaiian Grill, Cajun Seduction, Cha Cha Chow, Destination D, Farmtruk, Fire & Ice Cream, Juicemasters, Mission Taco Joint, Pappy’s Smokehouse, Poptimism, Spud Shack, Seoul Taco, Tuk Tuk Thai

22nd of July

Movie: Bend It Like Beckham
Music: DJ Mark Lewis
Food Trucks: Angie Burger, Cluck Oink Moo, Duchess Rose, G Burrito, Grace Meat + Three, Juicemasters, Mission Taco Joint, Pete’s Pops, Scoops & More, The Sweet Side, Supersmokers BBQ, Wayno’s International Cuisine, Wok & Roll, Zacchi

July 29

Movie: The Sandlot
Music: Charles Glenn Duo
Food Trucks: Buzz’s Hawaiian Grill, Cajun Seduction, Cha Cha Chow, Destination D, Farmtruk, G Burrito, Fire & Ice Cream, Juicemasters, Mission Taco Joint, Pappy’s Smokehouse, Pete’s Pops, Seoul Taco, Tuk Tuk Thai

In addition to food, music and cinema, there will also be a photo booth, as well as a prize wheel for a chance to win art museum prizes.

“What I like about Saint-Louis is that, even though it’s hot and humid in the summer, [people] get out and enjoy these wonderful amenities that we have,” said Thompson Rundahl. “I am delighted that people can get together again after the break. We like to put [the Film Series] every year, so we just want people to come out and know we’re looking forward to hosting [them].”

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Sauce Magazine – The Saint Louis Art Museum’s Art Hill film series returns in July after a 2-year hiatus due to the pandemic https://laprairie-shlm.com/sauce-magazine-the-saint-louis-art-museums-art-hill-film-series-returns-in-july-after-a-2-year-hiatus-due-to-the-pandemic/ Wed, 29 Jun 2022 20:11:55 +0000 https://laprairie-shlm.com/sauce-magazine-the-saint-louis-art-museums-art-hill-film-series-returns-in-july-after-a-2-year-hiatus-due-to-the-pandemic/ The Saint Louis Art Museum’s Art Hill film series returns in July after a 2-year hiatus related to the pandemic Partner content By Sophia Liu // June 29, 2022 The Saint Louis Art Museum kicks off the 11th Art Hill Film Series Friday, July 8, after a two-year hiatus due to the pandemic. Each series […]]]>

The Saint Louis Art Museum’s Art Hill film series returns in July after a 2-year hiatus related to the pandemic

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The Saint Louis Art Museum kicks off the 11th Art Hill Film Series Friday, July 8, after a two-year hiatus due to the pandemic. Each series of films presents a new theme in which the selected films fit. This year’s theme is “Game On!” and serves a double meaning: It marks the return of the event after the pandemic pushbacks and nods to the art museum’s new summer exhibition ‘Catching The Moment’, which celebrates the acquisition of more than 800 contemporary art collected by Cardinals Hall of Famer Ted L. Simmons and his wife, fine art printer and publisher Maryanne Ellison Simmons. The free movie series will also host dozens of food trucks and live music, as well as games and prizes.

“The first series of Art Hill films was in 2010 and it was really a small occasion [but] it’s become a big, well-attended event,” said Amanda Thompson Rundahl, Director of Learning and Engagement. “We are delighted to be back after two years of absence. The film series is difficult to reproduce in a virtual environment.

Starting at 6 p.m., visitors can grab a bite to eat at their favorite food trucks; then, from 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m., there will be live music with artists based in Saint-Louis; and to top off the evening, a selected film will begin screening at 9 p.m. There will also be a cash bar under the tent on the esplanade. Centered around the Art Hill Plaza, the event will take place on July 8, 15, 22 and 29. Participants are encouraged to bring lawn chairs, picnic blankets, baskets, etc.

“[As for] the film itself, the screen is set up at the bottom of the hill,” said Thompson Rundahl. “While you’re standing on [the] Plaza looking towards the basin, the bottom of [Art Hill] becomes a natural amphitheater. People sit on the hill and [and] everyone has a great view – there are no obstructions.

The schedule is as follows:

July 8

Movie: A League of Their Own
Music: Sarah Jane & the Blue Notes
Street Trucks: Cha Cha Chow, Duchess Rose, Grace Meat + Three, Jaaise Grubb, Juicemasters, Mission Taco Joint, Poptimism, This N That, Scoops & More, Tuk Tuk Thai, Wok & Roll, Zacchi

July 15th

Movie: Love and Basketball
Music: DJ Chris Brown, DJ Nico Marie
Food Trucks: Buzz’s Hawaiian Grill, Cajun Seduction, Cha Cha Chow, Destination D, Farmtruk, Fire & Ice Cream, Juicemasters, Mission Taco Joint, Pappy’s Smokehouse, Poptimism, Spud Shack, Seoul Taco, Tuk Tuk Thai

22nd of July

Movie: Bend It Like Beckham
Music: DJ Mark Lewis
Food Trucks: Angie Burger, Cluck Oink Moo, Duchess Rose, G Burrito, Grace Meat + Three, Juicemasters, Mission Taco Joint, Pete’s Pops, Scoops & More, The Sweet Side, Supersmokers BBQ, Wayno’s International Cuisine, Wok & Roll, Zacchi

July 29

Movie: The Sandlot
Music: Charles Glenn Duo
Food Trucks: Buzz’s Hawaiian Grill, Cajun Seduction, Cha Cha Chow, Destination D, Farmtruk, G Burrito, Fire & Ice Cream, Juicemasters, Mission Taco Joint, Pappy’s Smokehouse, Pete’s Pops, Seoul Taco, Tuk Tuk Thai

In addition to food, music and cinema, there will also be a photo booth, as well as a prize wheel for a chance to win art museum prizes.

“What I like about Saint-Louis is that, even though it’s hot and humid in the summer, [people] get out and enjoy these wonderful amenities that we have,” said Thompson Rundahl. “I am delighted that people can get together again after the break. We like to put [the Film Series] every year, so we just want people to come out and know we’re looking forward to hosting [them].”

Sauce Magazine is a sponsor of this event.

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Future Growth Opportunities in the Global Museum Art Delivery Market 2022-2029 Sinotrans, Deppon, Globaliner, Michelle – Designer Women https://laprairie-shlm.com/future-growth-opportunities-in-the-global-museum-art-delivery-market-2022-2029-sinotrans-deppon-globaliner-michelle-designer-women/ Wed, 29 Jun 2022 11:17:33 +0000 https://laprairie-shlm.com/future-growth-opportunities-in-the-global-museum-art-delivery-market-2022-2029-sinotrans-deppon-globaliner-michelle-designer-women/ The detailed analysis of the world situation Market for the return of works of art from the museum provides key insights on changing industry dynamics, value chain analysis, major investment pockets, competitive scenarios, regional landscape and crucial segments. It also offers an in-depth inspection related to driving and restraining ingredients for the global Museum Art […]]]>

The detailed analysis of the world situation Market for the return of works of art from the museum provides key insights on changing industry dynamics, value chain analysis, major investment pockets, competitive scenarios, regional landscape and crucial segments. It also offers an in-depth inspection related to driving and restraining ingredients for the global Museum Art Discount market. Additionally, explains the superior data on working strategies and growth prospects of the global Museum Art Handing Market. It will help industry players, decision makers, stakeholders, investors and new aspirants to seize innovative opportunities, discover important strategies and gain a competitive edge in the global Work Delivery industry. of art in museums.

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The report provides a comprehensive assessment of the global Museum Art Handover Market for the forecast period to 2022-2029. The global Museum Art Furnishing market report comprises different marketing components and future trends that play a significant role in the Museum Art Furnishing industry. Factors such as drivers, opportunities, challenges, and restraints will impact the growth of the museum art delivery market across the globe. Moreover, the Museum Art Discount Market report gives an in-depth view of the implementation of the Museum Art Discount Market in terms of revenue throughout the projected period.

The study focuses on the most revenue-generating and fastest-growing segments of the market for the return of works of art to museums. All this information helps to explore strategies and achieve sustainable growth in the museum art handing market. This makes the research document organized and systematic with precision while encouraging a simpler understanding of each facet covered in this report.

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Agility
DHL
DB Schenker
Iron Mountain (Crozier)
Crown
MTAB
Freight systems
Etna
fine arts logistics
Workshop 4
Grace
Helu-Trans
USAArt
Yamato
Katolec
Mithals
Sinotrans
Deppon
Globalize
Michelle

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Transportation
Packaging
Storage
Other

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public museum
Private museum
Museum exhibition

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North American market (United States, Canada, North American countries and Mexico),
European market (Germany, Museum Art Handing France, United Kingdom, Russia and Italy),
Asia-Pacific Market (China, Museum Art Handing Japan and Korea, Asian Nation, India and Southeast Asia),
South America market (Brazil, Argentina, Republic of Colombia, etc.),
Middle East and Africa Market (Saudi Peninsula, UAE, Egypt, Nigeria and South Africa)

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Jim Gatchell Memorial Museum Art Museum Mondays may stretch due to overwhelming popularity – Sheridan Media https://laprairie-shlm.com/jim-gatchell-memorial-museum-art-museum-mondays-may-stretch-due-to-overwhelming-popularity-sheridan-media/ Mon, 27 Jun 2022 21:59:37 +0000 https://laprairie-shlm.com/jim-gatchell-memorial-museum-art-museum-mondays-may-stretch-due-to-overwhelming-popularity-sheridan-media/ According to the Jim Gatchell Memorial Museum, in the spring of 1900 pharmacist Theodore James Gatchell opened Johnson County’s first pharmacy. The Buffalo Pharmacy became a popular stopover for cowboys, lawyers, settlers, cattle barons and famous army scouts. Gatchell became a trusted friend to area Native Americans, local residents, and those passing through town. Gatchell […]]]>

According to the Jim Gatchell Memorial Museum, in the spring of 1900 pharmacist Theodore James Gatchell opened Johnson County’s first pharmacy. The Buffalo Pharmacy became a popular stopover for cowboys, lawyers, settlers, cattle barons and famous army scouts. Gatchell became a trusted friend to area Native Americans, local residents, and those passing through town. Gatchell made many friends and these friends brought the pharmacist many gifts. From firearms to medicine kits, bows and arrows to clothing, these gifts now help tell the story of Gatchell and Johnson County inside the Jim Gatchell Memorial Museum.

But with a little help from staff and donors, the museum also brings art to the community, especially children. Museum assistant Kelsey McDonnell is an accomplished artist. In collaboration with museum educator Jennifer Romanoski and museum director Sylvia Bruner, the Art Museum Mondays program was born.

This incredibly successful program gets kids ages 7-12 to learn techniques and artistic skills that will fuel their creativity.

While appearing on Sheridan Media’s Public Pulse, Bruner said Art Museum Mondays currently have a waiting list of children. But thanks to public interest and generous sponsors, they plan to expand the program to include more sophisticated art techniques and older children.

Bruner said to watch for more information as it becomes available as space fills up quickly. Bruner told listeners that the tentative age for participation in the program expansion is currently 13 to 15 and could happen as early as next year. For more information on the Jim Gatchell Memorial Museum, click here.

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Parkside student wins first place in Holocaust Museum art competition | Securities https://laprairie-shlm.com/parkside-student-wins-first-place-in-holocaust-museum-art-competition-securities/ Fri, 24 Jun 2022 21:19:00 +0000 https://laprairie-shlm.com/parkside-student-wins-first-place-in-holocaust-museum-art-competition-securities/ Amira Sadieva, who is finishing her seventh year at Parkside Middle School, won first place in the junior division of the Virginia Holocaust Museum’s 2022 visual arts competition. Amira Sadieva, a student at Parkside Middle School, won first place in the Virginia Holocaust Museum’s 2022 Visual Arts Competition. Sadieva’s creation, titled “Forget Me Nots,” received […]]]>

Amira Sadieva, who is finishing her seventh year at Parkside Middle School, won first place in the junior division of the Virginia Holocaust Museum’s 2022 visual arts competition.






Amira Sadieva, a student at Parkside Middle School, won first place in the Virginia Holocaust Museum’s 2022 Visual Arts Competition.


Sadieva’s creation, titled “Forget Me Nots,” received the 2022 Carole Weinstein Award for Tolerance and Justice in the Visual Arts during a ceremony at the Richmond Museum. In addition to the prize, Sadieva received $500 and the winning artwork will be displayed in the Virginia Holocaust Museum exhibit. Sadeiva was competing against other sixth, seventh and eighth graders.

Students participating in the contest were tasked with submitting artwork that expresses how they have been impacted by learning about the Holocaust and that supports the contest’s theme, “Never Again.” In the written description accompanying the submission, Sadieva indicated that the numbers displayed on the arm of the older pair of hands represent those tattooed on prisoners in concentration camps for identification.

“I generally knew what the Holocaust was, but doing the project at school allowed me to learn more about the different stories of victims and introduced me to the concept of never forgetting,” Sadieva said.

Describing the piece, Sadieva explained that “15-20mv” stands for “15-20 million victims”. The symbols on the butterflies are in Hebrew for life, peace and freedom. “The flowers in the painting are called forget-me-nots, and the pot in which they are kept is passed from the older pair of hands to the younger pair, symbolizing older generations teaching history to newer ones so that their memories are not forgotten, are not extinguished and do not lead to the repetition of history.

Sadieva’s art project was done as homework for teacher Marc Larochelle’s seventh-grade social studies class. Twenty-eight classmates also submitted artwork for the contest. Judging was based on the interpretation of the topic and how well the student’s submission communicated the theme of the contest.

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Buxton Museum art exhibition paints prehistoric Derbyshire in a new light https://laprairie-shlm.com/buxton-museum-art-exhibition-paints-prehistoric-derbyshire-in-a-new-light/ Tue, 21 Jun 2022 07:42:00 +0000 https://laprairie-shlm.com/buxton-museum-art-exhibition-paints-prehistoric-derbyshire-in-a-new-light/ In ‘Tipping Points: Explorations in Liminal Landscapes’, Scottish artist Sarah Keast combines mixed media print, paint and collage into works of art that integrate landscape, geology, archeology and the natural world. All of the pieces were created especially for the exhibition, with Sarah working intermittently for four years on a study of wild places in […]]]>

In ‘Tipping Points: Explorations in Liminal Landscapes’, Scottish artist Sarah Keast combines mixed media print, paint and collage into works of art that integrate landscape, geology, archeology and the natural world.

All of the pieces were created especially for the exhibition, with Sarah working intermittently for four years on a study of wild places in Derbyshire and the artefacts held in the museum’s collection.

Sarah, 53, said: ‘I had never been to Derbyshire before, most of my life has been further north, but it was an absolute joy to find out.

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Sarah Keast’s exhibition at the Buxton Museum and Art Gallery allowed her to work on a larger scale than ever before.

“The exhibition was supposed to take place in 2020, then it was pushed back because of Covid. It was the biggest challenge I faced, but it gave me time to dig deeper. I found myself producing so many new pieces. It was a very wealthy workplace.

Sarah’s creative practice stems from her early career as a geologist. When family life took over, she retrained at a local college in Dumfries and Galloway, then went on to study at the Glasgow School of Art and the Slade School in London.

She said: “There are still a lot of links with natural history and archeology but I don’t just make reproductions of what I see on the landscape. I work with how it makes me feel, a sense of history and also what’s going on in the world at the time.

“For this exhibition, I worked a lot on the stone circles of Arbor Low and Barbrook, thinking of hens and prehistoric ceremonial landscapes. Derbyshire is covered in sites created by people as rituals for the stages of life. How do we do now? Where is our love for the land and what do we do to mark it?

Some pieces were inspired by the rock formations of the Peak District.

“I spent a day at the museum sketching some of the collection which is full of Blue John and other stones. Then I spent some time driving around the county to get an eye on the scenery. I loved riding the edges like Stanage and Froggatt. The stones you find up there are like sculptures.

In keeping with the period scale of peaks and valleys, the gallery space also allowed Sarah to expand her vision.

She said: “The museum has high walls and large spaces and it was new and exciting to work on such a large scale. It’s really liberating. They did a fantastic job hanging the exhibit.

“When I first walked around, it struck me that it was such a colorful phase. Everything is bright, exuberant and joyful. It’s such a beautiful thing to be out of the period. of pandemic.

Sarah’s work combines a variety of mixed media approaches to forms in the natural world.

She added: “The gallery says people have spent a lot of time looking at it, quite a few pieces have been sold and two will go into the permanent collection.

“I hope people will see different layers in it, that it will take them on a journey, stimulate their imagination and make them see the archeology cases in a different light.”

Tipping Points is active until Sunday, July 17: Tuesday to Saturday, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., and Sunday from noon to 4 p.m. For more information, visit https://bit.ly/3zQLkvD.

The exhibition made the visitors of the museum think.

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