Art Southwest Florida (www.artswfl.com) Sat, Aug 23, 2014

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Here’s the news that’s trending on Art Southwest Florida during the week of April 15-21, 2014:
Artists in the News
  • Founding Female artist Tracey Owen Cullimore exhibiting in Alliance Member Gallery in September (08-18-14)
  • Abuse Counseling and Treatment names ’4 Artists of ACT’ and date for Robb & Stucky live auction preview (08-16-14)
  • Robert Rauschenberg Foundation appeals lower court’s decision awarding artist’s trustees $24.6 million in fees (08-16-14)
  • Award of $24.6 million to Rauschenberg trustees not just reasonable, but a bargain (08-05-14)
  • Parker and Dilich September artists featured by Harbour View Gallery (08-15-14)
At the Bob Rauschenberg Gallery

 

At Florida Gulf Coast University

  • FGCU Art Lab’s ‘Death of a River’ expresses concerns about impact of Okeechobee water releases (08-15-14)

At the Alliance for the Arts

  • Alliance Book Club discusses ‘Painted Girls’ on September 16 (08-19-14)
  • Alliance ‘aMUSEd’ fundraiser coming September 27 (08-19-14)
  • Founding Female artist Tracey Owen Cullimore exhibiting in Alliance Member Gallery in September (08-18-14)
  • Alliance exhibiting ‘Modern Atelier’ art to reflect the process of Atelier training in classical art (08-17-14)

At the Southwest Florida Museum of History

  • SWFL Museum of History hosting Florida Highwaymen exhibition opening September 5 (08-17-14)

At Arts for ACT

  • Abuse Counseling and Treatment names ’4 Artists of ACT’ and date for Robb & Stucky live auction preview (08-16-14)

At the Theater

At the Fort Myers Film Festival

Art Fairs and Festivals

  • ArtFest’s Heidi Taulman recognized by Florida Festival & Events Association as ‘Volunteer of the Year’ (08-18-14)

 

On this Day in Fort Myers’ History

  • Today is the 100th anniversary of the completion of the First National Bank building in downtown Fort Myers (08-17-14)
To read the article(s) that interest you, please visit Art Southwest Florida and scroll down to the stories, which appear in reverse chronological order.
And also grab a copy of Bonita & Estero magazine, which features two of my stories:
1.  FGCU’s art scene goes hi tech: An App for Art (pp. 15-17); and
2.  Discover the Artsy Side of Bonita Springs: Where Cultural is the Catalyst for Change (pp.22-24).
The cover photo and full-length photo of Albert Paley’s Cross Currents in the back are mine as well.

 

Stay cool.
Best,
Tom Hall
Art Southwest Florida (www.artswfl.com)
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