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Jaune Quick-to-See Smith is an enrolled Salish member of the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Nation who grew up on the Flathead Reservation in Montana. She holds a BA in art education from Framingham State College (now Framingham State University) in Massachusetts, and an MA in visual arts from the University of New Mexico. In addition, Smith has been awarded honorary doctorates from the Minneapolis College of Art and Design, Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, Massachusetts College of Art, and the University of New Mexico for her work and outreach to a wide spectrum of audiences. Smith's roles as artist, teacher, curator, and activist have resulted in hundreds of exhibitions over the course of 40 years, featuring both her work and that of other artists, across the United States and in Europe. A prolific artist, Smith's works often include imagery and objects from everyday life, past and present, and invite close reading to challenge received notions and cultural signs referencing Native Americans.
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Music's biggest night heads to Los Angeles for the 2023 Grammys. The world's top musical artists will converge under one roof to celebrate the best songs, recordings, and compositions. The Recording Academy will bestow coveted awards on the broadcast, such as Album of the Year, Song of the Year, and Record of the Year.
Unlike most awards show that center around the actual prizes, the Grammys focus on live performances from some of the most popular artists in the world. Some of artists scheduled to perform include Harry Styles, Bad Bunny, and Lizzo.When are the 2023 Grammys?The 2023 Grammys will air live at 8 p.m. ET on Sunday, February 5. The ceremony will be held at the Crypto.com Arena in Los Angeles, California.Where to watch the 2023 GrammysHow Is A GRAMMY Made? Watch Behind-The-Scenes Footage Of Process
Ramirez was commissioned by Metro Creative Services to create the artwork for the poster series, Through the Eyes of Artists. The program commissions local artists to create original artworks that express the uniqueness of Los Angeles County neighborhoods, as a way of encouraging people to take Metro to explore destinations served by the agency.
As seen through the eyes of Ramirez, Pico Rivera is depicted with palm trees in silhouette against a glowing sunset sky. A native of the area, the artist has fond boyhood memories of uncomplicated adventure, when the horizon was wide and anything was possible. Keep reading after the jump to see what the artist has to say about his work. A longer interview with the artist is also available on The Source.
In the tradition of celebrating transportation through colorful travel destination posters, Metro commissions a diverse range of Los Angeles artists to create original artworks. The purpose of the series is to express the distinctive character of neighborhoods and destinations served by Metro. The posters are displayed throughout the Metro system, including on trains and buses, in stations and various other locations.
It was really a delight to watch and hear them. Surely with the young artists, who are receiving an opportunity to develop their art on NYA, and the older ones on WPA,, who have an opportunity to bring music to more and more people in the country, we shall gradually develop into a music-loving people. We cannot all be artists, but we can all be familiar with music. We can join in community singing, can enjoy music together as part of our community activities, which we develop for our joint participation. In doing this, we will certainly be a happier and better nation. 041b061a72