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    Indianapolis’ Bottleworks Hotel, nearby arts district art deco gem

    Indianapolis — The art deco era was a time of beautiful and lavish — some might even say indulgent — architectural design, extending from icons such as the Chrysler Building in New York City to the largest soda pop bottling plant in the world, the Coca-Cola Bottling Co. of Indianapolis. Although the bottling plant relocated 50 years ago, the building, restored to its gleaming, art deco glory, reopened this year as the Bottleworks Hotel, anchoring the Bottleworks arts and entertainment district (www.bottleworksdistrict.com). The hotel is a great place for travelers to indulge themselves for an evening or two  

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    2021 Bay Area art could have just said, ‘I’m back.’ Instead, its ambitions soared

    “Dear San Francisco: A High-Flying Love Story,” the new circus show from creators of the 7 Fingers in Montreal, at Club Fugazi in San Francisco. Photo: Scott Strazzante / The Chronicle This year, art could have given us anything, really. Artists owe us nothing. Just existing — surviving — would have been plenty. Back in January, we were still dreaming of peeking inside a playhouse again or overhearing a few bars of a full orchestra performing, unmediated by machine. Starved of the concerts and plays that we love, that define us, that help us understand the rest of our messy  

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    AEIVA has you covered for art entertainment in early 2022 – News

    Join AEIVA this winter to see unique representations of art that highlight societal themes of personal relationships, human experience and therapeutics. Written by: Tehreem Khan Media contact: Savannah Koplon Sonya Yong James, “ONE HUNDRED BLOSSOMS AND THE SWEETEST SCENT,” 2018 (detail). Hand dyed cotton bedsheets, cotton, wool felt, silk flowers, pigment, and mixed media. 16 feet width x 18 feet length. Courtesy of the artist.In early 2022, the University of Alabama at Birmingham’s Abroms-Engel Institute for the Visual Arts will present three new free exhibitions to the public, touching on topics of gender roles, vulnerability, human experience and emotional  

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    Downtown Phoenix art space Alwun House celebrates its 50th anniversary

    Few people can say they run an art gallery. Fewer can say they live in the one they run. Kim Moody and Dana Johnson can. It was fifty years ago that Moody noticed the white, shabby house at Roosevelt and 12 streets in Phoenix’s Garfield neighborhood and decided to transform it from the dull, artless place it used to be. That house became known as Alwun House and it was one of the first art galleries in the downtown area. Johnson came on board 14 years later and for the past 37 years, the partners have run the Alwun House  

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    Telluride Art Walk tonight | Arts & Entertainment

    By definition, Telluride Art Walk — the monthly event at which galleries and venues stay open late — is a celebration of the new. There are new exhibits, for starters. And new works by established artists. What’s more, a few of the venues themselves are new to Art Walk. That’s so for Bella Fine Goods: The high-end home furnishings and jewelry purveyor is no stranger to gorgeous locales (additional shops are located in Jackson Hole, Scottsdale and Sedona), but Bella’s Telluride locale has not participated in Art Walk before, said Evan Tueller, the event’s communications and programs manager. That changes  

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