Jane Dickson’s Paintings Show the Sleazy Glory of Times Square in the ’80s

From indoor gambling environments to the squalid streets of Times Square in the 1980s, Jane Dickson is known for her nostalgic paintings of interior and exterior scenes reflecting a unique view of everyday American life. The artist is currently showcasing a series of paintings at STEMS Gallery in Brussels as part of an exhibition titled “Lucky Food.” The show marks Dickson’s first exhibition with the…

The American Academy of Arts and Letters Presents the 2020 Invitational Exhibition of Visual Arts

This year’s exhibiting artists are Diana Al-Hadid, Amy Bennett, Mike Cloud, Janiva Ellis, Barbara Ess, Erik Foss, Nicholas Galanin, Elliott Green, Trenton Doyle Hancock, Sheila Hicks, Lonnie Holley, Ridley Howard, David Huffman, Jessica Jackson Hutchins, Arthur Jafa, Yun-Fei Ji, Cheyenne Julien, Siobhan Liddell, Medrie MacPhee, Karyn Olivier, Rona Pondick, Nathlie Provosty,…

Lowell students participate in inventors fair

About 75 third- and fourth-graders at Lowell Elementary School took part in an inventors fair Friday, Jan. 31. The students were tasked with solving a problem through the creation of a new invention. Superintendent Laine Larson, Assistant Superintendent Heidi Hahn, Principal Todd Sauer and Director of Technology Sarah Porisch served as judges.

Independent Study

Three area patrons share their collections and personal approaches to navigating the Dallas Art Fair.

Seth Cameron to Lead New York’s Children’s Museum of the Arts

The Children’s Museum of the Arts (CMA) in the SoHo neighborhood of Manhattan has hired artist, curator, and educator Seth Cameron, who cofounded the Bruce High Quality Foundation (BHQF), as its new executive director. The institution has operated without a director since June 2019, when Barbara Hunt-McLanahan, who helmed the museum for nearly six years, passed away after battling pancreatic…