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“What Forever Feels Like,” at the MoFA

The Museum of Fine Arts at Florida State University recently opened a new exhibition in the lower gallery titled “What Forever Feels Like.” This exhibit is composed entirely of original artwork by artists that fall somewhere on the broad Autism spectrum. 388 more words

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Ghost Bustin' Gals

Ghostbusters 3 now has a confirmed writer and director. Katie Dippold of The Heat will write the script and Paul Feig of The Heat and Bridesmaids will direct it. 319 more words

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The Nevada Museum of Art: Breaking new ground in the genre of Art and Environment

By Anna Critchley

“Art and Environment” is an artistic genre of its own with several subcategories, including eco-art and taxidermy. The Nevada Museum of Art… 604 more words


Exploring human relationships with the environment through Aboriginal eyes

By Zoe Wentzel

Moving beyond the subject of human relation to animals, Saturday’s conversation at the Nevada Museum of Art’s Art + Environment conference, held October 9 – 11, 2014, made a natural shift into the exploration of the human relation to the land. 418 more words


Juxtaposing Art + Environment at the Nevada Museum of Art

by Zoe Wentzel

One may find it difficult to comprehend how the creative world of art can be blended with the factual world of science. How can the subjective be blended with the objective without doing a disservice to either end of the spectrum? 507 more words


University Wind Orchestra Performance

Looking at the program for the University Wind Orchestras’ concert on Tuesday, I knew it would be a good one. Rachmaninoff, Bernstein, along with names and compositions I didn’t recognize, but was wholly eager to hear. 535 more words

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