Arts/Culture

‘Sea No Evil Art Show’ To Benefit The Sea Shepherd Conservation Society

by Daelyn Fortney

Sea No Evil Art Show 2010 benefiting the Sea Shepherd Conservation Society is slated for Saturday, July 31 at the Riverside Municipal Auditorium in Riverside, Calif.  The art show will

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Ansel Adams Negatives Found At Garage Sale Worth $200 Million

by Michael dEstries

The next time I see signs for a garage sale, I may just be tempted to stop. A California painter has scored a dreamy estimated value for 65 glass negatives

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2010 CoolClimate Art Contest Calling On YOU To Share Your Eco-Vision

by Elizah Leigh

Eco-culture hounds who are in touch with their inner artiste may be noticing a trend emerging – the proliferation of green-themed art contests. From the ‘Save My Oceans Upcycle Contest’

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Animal-Loving Artists Team Up For ‘Art For Pitties’ Project

by MPD

Pit bulls get a pretty bad rap and, sadly, are often the first to be euthanized in shelters. To help raise awareness for this generally lovable breed, long-time NY-based activist Jenith Mateja

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Neil Young’s ‘Greendale’ Graphic Novel Explores Eco-Rocked World

by Elizah Leigh

With his humanesque Grinch-like face and a voice that could send one thousand felines into cat scratch fever, rock music legend Neil Young has never been a typical poster child

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Old School Music Gets Modern Day Groove With Artful Eco-Makeover

by Elizah Leigh

Got a collection of dusty old cassette tapes cluttering a corner of your garage? Then chances are pretty good that you’re of…um…a certain generation, or at the very least you’re

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French Artist Creates Laundry Mound To Show Randomness Of Existence

by Daelyn Fortney

Thirty tons of used clothing piled high on the floor of Manhattan’s Park Avenue Armory is the latest artistic installment from French artist Christian Boltanski. Titled “No Man’s Land” the

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