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Stefana McClure

Stefana McClure was born in Lisburn, Northern Ireland, in 1959. She grew up in Belfast during "the Troubles". and it influences her work. She went to art college in London where she graduated in 1984 with BA in Sculpture from Hornsey College of A ...

                                               

Gregory de la Haba

Gregory de la Haba is an American interdisciplinary artist, writer, curator and cultural producer. His work explores themes of addiction, contemporary notions of masculinity and Duende.

                                               

Janet Mullarney

Mullarney was born in Dublin in 1952 and grew up in Rathfarnham. She spent most of her life living in Ireland and Italy, where her final home was, back in Florence. She was one of eleven children. Her mother was Maire Mullarney, a founding member ...

                                               

List of accolades received by Us (2019 film)

Us is a 2019 American horror film written and directed by Jordan Peele, starring Lupita Nyongo, Winston Duke, Shahadi Wright Joseph, Evan Alex, Elisabeth Moss, and Tim Heidecker. The film follows Adelaide Wilson and her family, who are attacked b ...

                                               

Magdalena Aotearoa

Magdalena Aotearoa is a network of women in performing arts based in New Zealand. Founded in 1997 to encourage and promote womens ability to express their political and cultural realities through performing arts, it is a registered charitable tru ...

                                               

Lu Qing

She was born in 1964, in Shenyang, the Capital of Liaoning province in the Northeast. She arrived in Beijing when she was 16 to enroll in art school. Both of her parents had background in the arts, she was warned not to follow in their footsteps ...

                                               

The Prince with the Red Mask

The Prince with the Red Mask is a 1955 Italian historical adventure film directed by Leopoldo Savona and starring Frank Latimore, Maria Fiore and Yvonne Furneaux. The films sets were designed by the art director Ottavio Scotti.

                                               

Aoi

Aoi may refer to: Ao color, a Japanese color word noun Aoi name, a Japanese given name and a Japanese surname Aoi Matsuri, a hollyhock festival that takes place annually on 15 May in Kyoto, Japan Aoi, the Japanese name for various plants used in ...

                                               

Nebuta Museum Wa Rasse

The Nebuta Museum Wa Rasse is a city-owned museum located near Aomori Station in the capital city of Aomori Prefecture, Aomori, in northern Japan. It displays a revolving selection of four Nebuta floats from the most recent Aomori Nebuta Matsuri ...

                                               

State Museum

State Museum may refer to: Azerbaijan State Museum of Musical Culture Pushkin Museum Maine State Museum Illinois State Museum T. T. Wentworth, Jr. Florida State Museum University of Nebraska State Museum Connecticut State Museum of Natural Histor ...

                                               

National School of Arts

National School of Arts may refer to: Danish National School of Performing Arts, Copenhagen National School of Arts UNAM, in Mexico National Taiwan University of Arts in Taiwan National Art Schools Cuba Escuela Nacional de Artes Plasticas "Rafael ...

                                               

Signe Margaret Stuart

Signe Margaret Stuart is an American artist best known for her abstract paintings and works on paper that are informed by Minimalism, quantum physics and the study of consciousness.

                                               

Braulio Caballero Figueroa

Braulio Caballero Figueroa, is a Mexican organist, harpsichordist and orchestral conductor. He began his studies at the National Conservatory of Music of Mexico under the guidance of pianist Ana Eugenia Gonzalez Gallo at the same time began his o ...

                                               

Lincoln School

by state, then city Lincoln School Madison, Wisconsin, listed on the NRHP in Wisconsin Lincoln School Davenport, Iowa, listed on the NRHP Lincoln School Twin Falls, Idaho, listed on the NRHP in Idaho Lincoln School La Junta, Colorado, listed on t ...

                                               

BICC

BICC is an abbreviation or acronym with a number of meanings: Business Intelligence Competency Center, a cross-functional organizational team that has defined tasks, roles, responsibilities and processes for supporting and promoting the effective ...

                                               

Charles Knight

Charles Knight may refer to: Charles F. Knight 1936–2017, American businessman, former chairman of Emerson Electric Charles Knight civil servant 1863–1941, British civil servant Charles Joseph Knight born 1931, Canadian Surgeon General Charles Pa ...

                                               

Claudia Kogachi

Claudia Kogachi is a Japanese-born New Zealand artist. Kogachi was born in Awaji-Shima, Japan, in 1995. Her mother was born and raised in Wahiawa, Hawaii, and moved to New Zealand to be with Kogachis Pākehā father. She graduated from Elam School ...

                                               

Els Noordhof

Elisabeth Johanna Noordhof, known as Els Noordhof or Els Noordhof-Smith, was a Dutch-born portrait artist and book illustrator.

                                               

Julie Paama-Pengally

It was in 2003 that Paama-Pengally graduated with a Masters of Māori Visual Arts degree with honours from Massey University, Palmerston North. Prior to that she graduated with a diploma in teaching 1989, and a Master of Philosophy in third-world ...

                                               

The Cloud

The Cloud may refer to: The Cloud, Auckland is a multi-purpose venue built for the Rugby World Cup 2011 in Auckland, New Zealand "The Cloud" Star Trek: Voyager, the sixth episode of Star Trek: Voyager The Cloud painting, a 1985 painting by Odd Ne ...

                                               

Anne Hamblett

Anne McCahon was a New Zealand artist who emerged as part of a lively South Island art scene in the 1930s, often taking trips into the countryside on painting excursions with fellow artists Doris Lusk, Toss Woollaston and Edith Woollaston, and he ...

                                               

Scenic

Scenic may refer to: Scenic railroad disambiguation Scenic painting Scenic design Scenic overlook Scenic, South Dakota, United States Scenic horse, a Thoroughbred racehorse Scenic route

                                               

Wahine

Keakealaniwahine, a High Chiefess and ruler Alii Nui of the Island of Hawaii Alapaiwahine, a Princess of the Island of Hawaii, great-grandmother of King David Kalākaua and Queen Lydia Liliuokalani, and a Naha chiefess Kamauliwahine, a queen regna ...

                                               

Newsboy

Newsboy or news boy may refer to: Paperboy or papergirl, youngsters who distributed newspapers to subscribers Newspaper hawker, a street vendor of newspapers

                                               

Gillian Chaplin

Gillian Chaplin is a New Zealand photographic artist and curator. Her works are held in the collections of Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa and Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki.

                                               

Glendora

Glendora High School, in Glendora, Los Angeles County, California, United States Glendora Curve, an American road interchange between State Route 57 and the Foothill Freeway in California Glendora, California, an American city near Los Angeles Gl ...

                                               

Gry Molvær Hivju

Gry Molvær Hivju is a Norwegian journalist, director, producer and screenwriter. She was employed in NRK from 1994 to 2014. As a member of NRK, she worked as a program manager in the popular science program Schrodingers katt and in NRK News.

                                               

Khyber

Khyber District, a district of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, a province of Pakistan Khyber Pass, a mountain pass that links Pakistan and Afghanistan

                                               

Nain

Nain, Israel, a village in Galilee, mentioned in the New Testament miraculous raising of the son of the widow of Nain Nain, Virginia, an unincorporated community in Frederick County, Virginia, United States Nain, Newfoundland and Labrador, a vill ...

                                               

Government College

Lalmonirhat Government College Jamalpur Government College Begum Badrunnesa Government Girls College Government Hazi Mohammad Mohshin College, Chittagong Govt. Edward College, Pabna Government Tolaram College, Narayanganj Government Unani and Ayu ...

                                               

Lal (disambiguation)

Lakeland Linder International Airport, Florida, U.S., FAA airport code LAL Lal Lal, Victoria, Australia Lal wa Sarjangal, also simply Lal, a town in Ghor Province, Afghanistan Lal, Iran disambiguation, the name of two places Lal Masjid, Islamabad ...

                                               

HP Slate 21

The HP Slate 21 is a computer developed by Hewlett-Packard that runs the Android operating system. It was announced on June 24, 2013, via HPs blog The Next Bench with a price of 9.00, and released in September that year. It is described as either ...

                                               

Ruben Dario (disambiguation)

Ruben Dario primarily refers to the Nicaraguan poet Ruben Dario. Named after him are Ruben Dario Middle School, Miami National Library of Nicaragua Ruben Dario Ruben Dario National Theatre Ruben Dario Madrid Metro, a station on Line 5 Other simil ...

                                               

Antonina Vallentin

Antonina Vallentin was the pseudonym of Antonina Vallentin Luchaire, nee Silberstein, a Polish-born biographer, art critic, editor and translator.

                                               

Stefan Wesolowski

Stefan Wesolowski is a Polish composer, producer. He is currently working with an American record label Important Records, French label Ici, dailleurs. and a British publisher Mute Song. His work combines classical instruments with modified elect ...

                                               

Ettore Perosio

Ettore Perosio was an Italian composer and conductor. Perosio was a native of Genoa, the son of art critic and amateur musician Giuseppe Perosio, who had been a friend of Giuseppe Verdi. The younger Perosio studied at the Niccolo Paganini Institu ...

                                               

Paul Herman Rohland

Paul Herman Rohland was an American artist, printmaker, watercolorist, and muralist. He exhibited in the Armory Show of 1913 in New York City along with many independent artists who rejected the artistic dominance of the National Academy of Desig ...

                                               

Quebrada

Quebrada, Camuy, Puerto Rico, a barrio Quebrada Arriba, Cayey, Puerto Rico, a barrio Torre Quebrada, one of the three towers on the coast of the municipality of Benalmadena, Spain La Quebrada, Venezuela, a Venezuelan city, the capital of the muni ...

                                               

Roman Widow (Rossetti)

Roman Widow or Dis Manibus is an oil on canvas painting executed in 1874 by the English Pre-Raphaelite artist Dante Gabriel Rossetti. It is in the collection of the Museo de Arte de Ponce in Puerto Rico. It depicts a young Roman widow, modelled b ...

                                               

Roman Greco

Roman Greco is a French painter of Romanian origin. He is a Montmartrois painter, from the School of Paris, active during the years 1930 to 1970, he found a large part of his inspiration in the landscapes of the Montmartre hill.

                                               

Ciocarlia

Ciocarlia, in the past sometimes spelled ciocirlia, may refer to: Ciocarlia ensemble, a Romanian folk music and dance ensemble that belonged to the Ministry of the Interior Ciocarlia film, a 2002 Romanian TV film Ciocarlia lautaresc tune, a Roman ...

                                               

Op. 8

In music, Op. 8 stands for Opus number 8. Some compositions assigned this number: Paul Hindemiths Three Pieces for cello and piano, Op. 8 Brahms Piano Trio No. 1 in B major Vivaldis Il cimento dellarmonia e dellinventione The Virgin Martyrs Helen ...

                                               

Imperial Theater

Imperial Theatres of Russian Empire, existed in Saint Petersburg and Moscow till 1917. Imperial Theatre, at the former Royal Aquarium, London Imperial Theater, Copenhagen, Denmark

                                               

Carl Weber

Carl Weber may refer to: Max Carl Wilhelm Weber 1852–1937, German zoologist and biogeographer Carl Albert Weber 1856–1931, German botanist Carl Weber theatre director 1925–2016, theatre director and professor of drama Carl Weber artist, 1851–1921 ...

                                               

Visceral (Book)

Visceral, full title Visceral: The Poetry of Blood, is a collection of poems by the Welsh poet RJ Arkhipov, first published by Zuleika on World Blood Donor Day in 2018 when Arkhipov was 26 years old. A miscellany of verse, essays, and photographs ...

                                               

Charles Williamson

Charlie or Charles Williamson may refer to: Charlie Williamson footballer, born 1962, English left-back Charles Williamson rapper born 1977, American performer, stage name Guerilla Black Charles Norris Williamson 1859–1920, English writer and mot ...

                                               

Duncan MacMillan

Duncan MacMillan or Duncan Macmillan may refer to: Duncan Bruce MacMillan, former Alberta politician Duncan Macmillan Canadian politician 1837–1903, Canadian lawyer and Member of Parliament Duncan MacMillan Bloomberg, co-founder of Bloomberg L.P. ...

                                               

Robert Adamson

Robert Adamson may refer to: Robert Adamson software pioneer born 1947, American computer scientist Robert Adamson philosopher 1852–1902, Scottish philosopher Robert Adamson actor born 1985, American actor Robert Adamson MP 1753–1817, member of P ...

                                               

Mackie (disambiguation)

Mackie Lake, Wisconsin, United States - see List of lakes in Wisconsin Mackie River, Western Australia Mackie Lake Ontario, Canada, north of Plevna, Ontario Mackie Lake Manitoba, Canada

                                               

Academy of Music

Academy of Music may refer to: Academy of Music, a defunct theater in Charleston, South Carolina; see Academy of Music/Riviera Theatre Academy of Music Baltimore, Maryland Academy of Music New York City in Manhattan A second Academy of Music in M ...