Harvest of the Arts brings visitors and traders back to Carlisle – The Sentinel | Candle Made Easy

Harvest of the Arts brings visitors and traders back to Carlisle - The Sentinel

Tammie Gitt for The Sentinel Autumn came to downtown Carlisle on Saturday as the 40th edition of Harvest of the Arts filled West High Street with stalls displaying the work of artists and craftspeople, highlighted produce from downtown shops and heaps of food and entertainment showed. “I’m happy with the turnout we had today. I … Read more

Event Almanac – Arizona Daily Sun | Candle Made Easy

2022 Festival of Science Program | | azdailysun.com - Arizona Daily Sun

September 24th Arizona Central Credit Union Cancer Awareness Fundraiser September 24 – 2521 NW St., 2521 NW St., Flagstaff. 09:00-25/09, 17:00 The American Cancer Society estimates that nearly 16,000 children and adolescents in the United States will be diagnosed with cancer in 2022. An estimated 1,600 will die from the disease that same year. Despite … Read more

Black women artists speak out on Madison – Wisconsin Public Radio about what they call a lack of support | Candle Made Easy

Black women artists speak out on Madison - Wisconsin Public Radio about what they call a lack of support

Artist Mary Gill is still learning how ingrained racism is in America. She immigrated to the United States decades ago from Trinidad and Tobago. Her art reflects her heritage – paintings depicting ordinary scenes of black people. “As a foreigner in a country that was foreign to me, I personalized it. I said, ‘Maybe there’s … Read more

Photos, videos: Malaika Favorite in her studio in Geismar – The Advocate | Candle Made Easy

Malaika Favorite tells her artistic story through an explosion of color - The Advocate

Artist Malaika Favorite’s work is known for her use of colour. Her work is both figurative and abstract and has been featured in exhibitions throughout the Baton Rouge area. Her most recent exhibition, I am Everything, Everything is Me, ran at the Baton Rouge Gallery until September. Next up are October shows at Southern University … Read more

South Africa: Heritage Day – ‘I want to name their names one by one’ – AllAfrica – Top Africa News | Candle Made Easy

South Africa: Heritage Day - 'I want to name their names one by one' - AllAfrica - Top Africa News

“I want to mention their names one by one so we don’t forget them,” said art curator Nontobeko Ntombela of the 45 black women artists on display at the Norval Foundation gallery. Ntombela and Dr. Portia Malatjie’s co-curated exhibition is a milestone in a largely marginalized legacy. Some have never been exhibited, their stories never … Read more

Best things to do in St. Louis this weekend September 23-25 ​​- Riverfront Times | Candle Made Easy

Best things to do in St. Louis this weekend September 23-25 ​​- Riverfront Times

click to enlarge EGAN O’KEEFE Taste of St. Louis will feature approximately 30 local food vendors. This could be the busiest weekend of the year so far in the St. Louis area. If leather competitions aren’t your thing, check out Shakespeare, Tower Grove Pride, walking tours of the city’s hotspots, or the Greater St. Louis … Read more

Spokane’s arts funding mechanism has taken a hit during the pandemic but is still making important contributions to the local cultural scene – domesticer.com | Candle Made Easy

Spokane's arts funding mechanism has taken a hit during the pandemic but is still making important contributions to the local cultural scene - domesticer.com

click to enlarge courtesy photo Lisa Soranaka and Mallory Battista will use SAGA funding to build a mosaic sculpture in the Emerson-Garfield neighborhood. As we are approaching the National Arts and Humanities There is much to celebrate this month in October. Since the pandemic, an impressive array of arts and culture events … Read more

“A game changer.” This Miami alternative arts non-profit is moving to Little River – Miami Herald | Candle Made Easy

Lorie Mertes, the executive director at arts organization Locust Projects, outside the group’s new location in Little River.

Lorie Mertes, executive director of arts organization Locust Projects, in front of the group’s new Little River location. Pedro Wazzan Courtesy of Locust Projects Locust Projects’ Design District site has seen it all over the past two decades: indoor pools with synchronized swimmers; earth dump truck; jackhammer floors; working kilns and a hanging garden. Miami’s … Read more

Open the door to Denver’s Spaces | Westminsterwindow.com – The Westminster Window | Candle Made Easy

Open the door to Denver's Spaces |  Canyoncourier.com - Canyon Courier

Many of us don’t know exactly what makes a piece of architecture or interior design attractive. There is only something we react to. Fortunately, there are organizations like that Denver Architecture Foundation and its annual Doors open Denver Event that not only offers the opportunity to take a look inside some exclusive spaces, but also … Read more

Open the door to Denver’s Spaces | Castlerocknewspress.net – Castle Rock Newspress | Candle Made Easy

Open the door to Denver's Spaces |  Canyoncourier.com - Canyon Courier

Many of us don’t know exactly what makes a piece of architecture or interior design attractive. There is only something we react to. Fortunately, there are organizations like that Denver Architecture Foundation and its annual Doors open Denver Event that not only offers the opportunity to take a look inside some exclusive spaces, but also … Read more