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  • "Our college is centered on a performance-based curriculum," Mr. Erwin said, and Robert Zappalordi, chairman of Paier College's fine-art department, noted that "we are very career-oriented."

    The Business of Teaching Art

  • But as the search for alternative assets continues to heat up, it is only a matter of time before an enterprising banker looks to create the first listed fine-art fund.

    Mastering the Fine Art of Finance

  • The fine-art volume by writer Heather Steinberger, landscape photographer Richard Steinberger and portraitist Matt Normann will include tales from tribal elders who've visited the youth center under the auspices of its Circle of Storytellers program, as well as text from teenagers writing about life on the reservation.

    Stephanie Woodard: Photography Book to Offer Innovative Look at Indian Reservation

  • Jörg Colberg's weblog about fine-art photography (and more)

    Conscientious: Politics: April 2009 Archives

  • The print looks like something that might be sold on 20x200, a popular program run by New York's Jen Bekman Gallery, which sells fine-art prints in large editions at low costs.

    D.C. artists showcase looks in the wrong direction

  • After repairing his first paintings in Texas, he received a master's degree in fine-art conservation from Oberlin College in Ohio in 1974, then led the conservation department at the Cleveland Museum of Art.

    A Local Life: Ross Merrill, 67: Painter and National Gallery's chief of conservation

  • I'm not sure what it means about the state of fine-art photography but it is the pictures made without inflated aspirations that will likely intrigue today's young artists.

    From the Shadows of Giants

  • The third show, "A Night in India," is up through Wednesday at Nirvana International, a jewelry and fine-art boutique on West Broadway in TriBeCa, where gemologist Amit Sharma designs contemporary pieces and sells them alongside colorful, gem-studded vintage jewelry.

    A Long Path to a Belated Introduction

  • The actress Jessica Chastain "The Help," "Tree of Life" was there, too, as were a few socialites and fine-art photographers.

    The Art of Location

  • "A few photographers want to shoot with me and want to do some fine-art nude work."

    All for the Sake of Art

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