Art prices

A tech startup wants people to ditch IKEA and rent their furniture instead. Is this a good deal?

A San Francisco furniture startup called Oliver Space has set up warehouses in a handful of cities full of sleek sofas, dining tables, and other trendy furniture. The company has modernized the process of buying – and renting – furniture, promising delivery in as little as three days. The quality …

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Artistic registrations for the Wellington region from June 7 to 10

The Kia Mau festival continues in Wellington this week with theater and dance performances. Today you can head to Wrights Hill Fortress to explore the holidays, and the curtain falls on Jersey Boys with its final performance on Monday. Kia Mau Festival, opening this week … Peter Paka Paratene Te …

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Victoria Art League gears up for summer | Local News

Last month I wrote about how in April Susan and I enjoyed the open road on our motorbike. In May, we took a three week vacation to Smugglers Notch, Vermont via New Bern, NC, and returned home via Ohio to visit my cousins. Over 5,000 miles and 20 states. Talk …

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How to choose the best prints for your home

I was introduced to printing when I was a student working part-time with my old friend, then an art student, now a print artist, studio technician and mentor Michael Timmins. His early descriptions of printing techniques have sparked a fascination with the medium ever since. This year, I bought more …

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Local artists gather behind a picture frame shop serving as a gallery

EL PASO, TX (KTSM) – El Paso Frame Co. is a new custom frame store with a mission to uplift the artistic community of Chuco Town. Brother and sister Michael and Lauren White along with their friend Michael Moncibaiz opened their store earlier in May of this year, but the …

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Can anyone control the price of carbon? – EURACTIV.com

Carbon prices on the EU Emissions Trading System are currently increasing too rapidly, making the market extremely volatile, but it appears that the European Commission does not have any effective stabilization tool to do so. remedy, write Robert Jeszke and Sebastian Lizak. Robert Jeszke heads the strategy, analysis and auctions …

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Summer programs kick off in Marion as COVID-19 restrictions lifted

With children out of school for the summer and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention relax mask guidelines for the summer camps, the youth programming is in full swing. The same can be said in Marion, where some camps have already started for the season. Programming ranges from recreational activities, …

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Airtasker (ASX: ART) share price fell 11% in one month

Image source: Getty Images Despite the announcement of what appears to be nothing but good news over the past 30 days, the Airtasker Ltd (ASX: ART) the share price fell 11.24%. A month ago Airtasker’s shares would have cost an investor $ 1.29. Now the Airtasker share price is trading …

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Billionaires’ Row homeless shelter returns, portal appears in Vilnius, Lithuania, etc.

Welcome to the start of another work week (if you’re in the US and just finished a long Memorial Day weekend). There is a lot of art, architecture and town planning news to catch up on, and A usefully rounded it off to bring readers back into the picture. Here’s …

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CCN appoints students from Dean’s List

May 19, 2021 Longtime Mount Airy News reporter and former Lifestyles editor-in-chief Eleanor Powell will be laid to rest today in a service scheduled for 2 p.m. in Mount Airy. Powell died last week at the age of 90. Powell, known affectionately to her former colleagues at The News as …

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