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By Central Coast Community College
Central Coast Community College has teamed up with local Residential Aged Care Facilities to run a project funded by the Australian Government’s Productive Ageing through Community Education (PAtCE) Program.

By John W. Coker Auctions
1865 Presidential pardon of Georgia man adds historical interest to well-rounded sale

By Museum of International Folk Art
Taking flight starting June 9 at the Museum of International Folk Art isTako Kichi: Kite Crazy in Japan, an exhibition of more than 200 Japanese kites.

By Museum of International Folk Art
Explores the origins and aesthetics of a tradition that has evolved in a changing world and the influence of religious proscriptions, westward migration, and interaction with "English" neighbors. Through Sept 2, 2013.

By Museum of New Mexico
Taking flight this summer at the Museum of International Folk Art is Tako Kichi: Kite Crazy in Japan, an exhibition of more than 200 Japanese kites. The exhibition opens June 9, 2013 and runs through March 23, 2014.

By John Williams Fine Art
John M. Williams, a Winchester, MA artist who specializes in fine art collage, has won first prize at this year’s Art Ability Exhibition and Sale for his collage entitled Billy Yank.

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By Central Coast Community College
Central Coast Community College has teamed up with local Residential Aged Care Facilities to run a project funded by the Australian Government’s Productive Ageing through Community Education (PAtCE) Program.

By John W. Coker Auctions
1865 Presidential pardon of Georgia man adds historical interest to well-rounded sale

By Front Porch Art
Front Porch Art is a laid-back art market helping artists share their passion with the world and making art accessible to everyone through an online gallery.

By Museum of International Folk Art
Taking flight starting June 9 at the Museum of International Folk Art isTako Kichi: Kite Crazy in Japan, an exhibition of more than 200 Japanese kites.

By Museum of International Folk Art
Explores the origins and aesthetics of a tradition that has evolved in a changing world and the influence of religious proscriptions, westward migration, and interaction with "English" neighbors. Through Sept 2, 2013.

By Museum of New Mexico
Taking flight this summer at the Museum of International Folk Art is Tako Kichi: Kite Crazy in Japan, an exhibition of more than 200 Japanese kites. The exhibition opens June 9, 2013 and runs through March 23, 2014.

By John Williams Fine Art
John M. Williams, a Winchester, MA artist who specializes in fine art collage, has won first prize at this year’s Art Ability Exhibition and Sale for his collage entitled Billy Yank.

By Noonmark Antiques
Noonmark Antiques returns to one of the top antiques shows in the U.S. The Semi-Annual Original York Antiques Show runs Labor Day Weekend from August 31 through September 2.

By Palestine Art Center
"Finding the right combination of materials to create a fun or funky friend has grown into a passion and I have been known to dumpster dive on occasion. “

By Fiber Artist
Nestle and Soar website launched - Each and every handmade fiber art piece is totally unique, one-of-a-kind treasure, inspired by nature themed. It's grate opportunity for nature, tree and bird lovers.

By Eric Miller
AmericanaWeek.com announces plans to cover the major antiques weeks in the United States with destination websites.

By Jeffrey Cartwright
Island Heat Products secures The lost art collection 2011, a 30 to 50 year old art treasures boxed and warehoused for the last 15 years.

By steve cantrell
The Museum of International Folk Art opens "Folk Art of the Andes," April 17, 2011- the first exhibit in the US featuring a broad range of folk art from the Andean region of South America-more than 850 works dating from the 19th and 20th centuries.

By John Schnefke
Come celebrate the holiday season at, "An American Classic Holiday Open House." Featuring: 18th and 19th century holiday inspired American Folk Art, holiday decorations, American period style furniture, holiday furnishings and accessories.

By C&T Publishing
Popular Finnish designer, Kajsa Wikman presents Scandinavian Stitches—21 Playful Projects with Seasonal Flair, is a how-to book that celebrates two big trends for 2010: Scandinavian style and the handmade movement.

By C&T Publishing
C&T Publishing is pleased to announce a new series of iPhone apps filled with beautiful how-to illustrations from Judith Baker Montano’s embroidery & crazy quilt stitch tool, combined with video clips from her popular crazy quilting DVD.

By Catherine Highfll
Presented by the Tennessee Arts Commission, Tradition—Tennessee Lives and Legacies project honors Tennessee folk artists in a full color book of 25 subjects with accompanying photographic tour that will travel the state of Tennessee through 2013.

By steve cantrell
The joy in visiting New Mexico is getting to know us. There’s no better way to get acquainted than to explore our exceptional museums and historic monuments than with the New Mexico CulturePass-opens the doors to 14 museums and historic monuments.

By Noonmark Antiques
Noonmark Antiques, specializing in Americana and folk art, will be joining the Semi-Annual Original York Antiques Show this month. The show is popular with collectors and dealers of Americana, especially from Pennsylvania and south.

By American Visionary Art Museum
The quest for human rights and the search for personal fulfillment, as proposed in the 1776 American Declaration of Independence, provide the starting point for this international exhibition of visionary art curated by Roger Manley.

By Jerry Montoya Art Studio
Jerry Montoya, a Santero or "Saint Maker", has launched his new web site to expand the reach of this beautiful art form. His devotional works or "Santos" as they are commonly called continue a tradition which dates back to the 1700s in New Mexico.

By Haitian Art Society
Haitian art master Hector Hippolite exhibit at OAS museum in Washington DC GARDEN PARTY on June 11, 2009

By Steve Cantrell
Writing with Thread: Traditional Textiles of Southwest Chinese Minorities, features a rare collection of women's, men's and children's ceremonial dress, religious vestments, silver jewelry, embroideredery, and more.

By Lee Joseph Publicity
A two person art exhibition featuring Robert Pasternak and Martha Rich to be held at La Luz de Jesus Gallery from April 3, 2009 to April 26, 2009.

By Crocker Farm Stoneware Auction
Stoneware auction to offer important Albany, New York, stoneware water cooler dated 1818.

By Rosemary McKittrick
Rosemary McKittrick’s website is a collectibles price guide. There's info on auctions, repairs & restoration, directories for collectors, appraisal service listings and much more.

By Gina Sliney
Middlefield, CT July 2008– The Keeping Room has relocated from its original location on Main St in Durham to it’s new location on 3 Lyman Road in Middlefield, CT, on the grounds of Lyman Orchards.



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