Monet to Picasso at Utah Museum of Fine Arts

Miami, FL ( — Art lovers have been crowding the Utah Museum Fine Arts for its first ever runaway success exhibition. The officials say that the show has changed and energized the institution. Through ticket revenues and foot traffic, the exhibition ‘Monet to Picasso’ seems to be on the right track to hit the goal […]

Need money? Take out a loan on art collection

Des Moines, Iowa ( — With the housing market in a slump and the stock market in a volatile drag, a large number of wealthy individuals have been looking to find another type of equity. Specialists at auction houses and banks say that many of their clients have recently become interested in taking a loan […]

Comedian Birbiglia shares sleepwalking stories on stage

Savannah, Georgia ( — Mike Birbiglia, an American comedian, intends to sleepwalk his way during the Just for Laughs festival in Montreal. He will perform this feat while connecting with the audience through a one-man show called ‘Sleepwalk with Me’ where he tells a story about his sleeping disorder. This is a strong personal story […]

Vibrant Edge exhibition at Oceanside

San Francisco, California ( — The Oceanside Museum of Art situated in Oceanside, California will be presenting the radiant works of Karl Benjamin during the upcoming Vibrant Edge exhibition featuring paintings of Karl Benjamin from the 60s, 70s and 80s. The exhibition opened up with a preview reception on Saturday, July 19th. The exhibition will […]

New Chief Curator appointed by Cleveland Museum of Art

Chicago, Illinois ( — A new chief curator has been appointed by the Cleveland Museum of Art aimed at strengthening its artistic side, complementing a renovation and expansion worth $350 million scheduled to be completed in 2012. The museum has announced that C. Griffith Mann, previously the director of the curatorial division at the Walters […]

School of Art in Chicago selects novel leader

Chicago, Illinois ( — Recently, the School of Art in Chicago named an urban architect designer as its next president, an alternative imitating the broadened range of its discipline. After judging volunteers for a very long time, the school picked Wellington Reiter, Dean of the College of Design and the architecture lecturer at the Arizona […]