• Todd Davis Awarded a Solo Art Exhibition
    Light Space & Time Online Art Gallery is extremely pleased to announce that Todd Davis has been awarded a month-long solo art exhibition on their website. Todd Davis and his award winning figurative photography will be featured on the gallery’s front page and in the “Solo Art Series” section of their website. Todd Davis will also be promoted in 550+ press releases and throughout the gallery’s social media networks. In addition, his photography will be displayed on the gallery’s Artsy.net page, highlighted on their YouTube channel and with an event postcard. At the conclusion of the...
  • Alexandro Pelaez: “Londoners and their Environments” A New Solo Show Opens in Mayfair Late Spring
    Alexandro Pelaez, a Venezuelan photographer based in London, has developed two new series of work based on Londoners: be it as their professional environments surrounded by the tools used on their trade; be it as locations they may cross on their way to work as landmarks. Alexandro, within the Magic Realism narrative, like the Literature Nobel prize winner Gabriel Garcia Marquez, invites the viewer to discover the magic, the unique, the unparalleled beauty, that reveals itself on our daily lives when we pause and look closer. A cornucopia of nationalities, and talent, unravels a journey that...
  • DCAD seeking part-time instructors in three disciplines
    The Delaware College of Art and Design is seeking applicants for the following adjunct faculty positions: -- English ("Modern Literature," "Composition" and "Developmental English") -- Interior Design -- Photography ("Digital Photography Editing") Each position is for the Fall 2018 semester, which begins August 27. Visit www.dcad.edu/jobs to view postings for each and learn how to apply.
  • Two Temple Place Gone Over the Law: Jazz Exhibition and Hanky Pankies
    Two Temple Place is one of the hidden gems of London. It is an area where many barristers and lawyers are based and a building of the utmost beauty. Of Neo-Gothic style, completed in 1895, this stunning mansion was built for William Waldorf Astor, one of the richest man in the world by that time, as his London Estate Office. Events programmed to complement an art exhibition can sometimes be rather dry – not in this case. The amusing Hanky Panky Cocktail Class run by the food Historian Tasha Marks was a highlight in a very cold London night. Of course, you are encouraged to drink the...
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