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Art and Science Come Together with Chuck Close’s “My Life as a Rolling Neurological Clinic” Lecture

Art and Science Come Together with Chuck Close’s “My Life as a Rolling Neurological Clinic” Lecture

Art and science will make a pretty good pair when Neuroscience 2012, the annual meeting of the Society for Neuroscience, kicks off with its annual “Dialogues between Neuroscience and Society” public lecture, being delivered by artist Chuck Close. While the focus for Neuroscience 2012 obviously trends toward the science side of things, the annual Dialogues […]

Celebrate Your Inner Child with Dr. Seuss and Disney

Celebrate Your Inner Child with Dr. Seuss and Disney

You’re never too old for Dr. Seuss or Disney. So if you’re an art fan or a kid-art-heart in the Stone Harbor, New Jersey area, throw your inner child a bone and visit Ocean Galleries’ The Art of Dr. Seuss and Disney exhibit, kicking off tomorrow, October 5th, with a cocktail reception from 6-10 PM. The […]

Vincent Castiglia Sheds Blood for His Art–Literally

Vincent Castiglia Sheds Blood for His Art–Literally

Some use oils. Some use acrylics. World-renowned surrealist Vincent Castiglia uses blood. His blood, to be precise. The first ever American artist to receive a solo exhibition invitation from H.R. Giger, the Oscar-winning artist behind the design of Alien, to his H.R. Giger Museum Gallery, Castiglia is bringing his work to his native city of […]

Class Up Your Career, Courtesy of The Capital Grille’s Wine Label Design Competition

Class Up Your Career, Courtesy of The Capital Grille’s Wine Label Design Competition

Attention, artists. Are you, by any chance, a fan of wine? Even if you’re not, I’m guessing you like the idea of your artwork appearing in front of diners at the high-end, nationally acclaimed The Capital Grille, right? Well, you lucky artist you, that reality is now within your grasp, thanks to The Capital Grille’s […]