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Strokes of fortune: Record-breaking prices and rising valuations are catapulting Indian art to new highs

Financial Express 23 Sep 2023
And though the government started putting in place infrastructure such as the National Gallery of Modern Art and Lalit Kala Akademi from the mid-1950s, it wasn’t till economic liberalisation in 1991 that platforms for the art fraternity came to be,” says Kishore Singh, senior vice president at Delhi Art Gallery.

Gulabi Meenakari craftsman, Bhadohi carpet weaver, terracotta manufacturer: For artisans from across UP, a common stage at International Trade Show

Indian Express 23 Sep 2023
In this art form, the metal surface is coloured or decorated by attaching or fusing pieces of different mineral substances over it ... My father was in the government service, but I learnt the art from the tools my grandfather left behind.\u201d For carpet weaver and Jaunpur resident Mohd.

PAIS unveiled to train international students as leaders in and out of Africa

B & FT Online 23 Sep 2023
Furthermore, she underscored the importance of civic participation and the need for Christians to assume responsibilities in governance and other sectors of society ... As Christians, we have a responsibility to make sure that we live out our faith in our families, in the church, in education, in media, in business, in arts and in government,” Dr.

Valletta Local Food Festival 2023 to showcase Malta’s finest flavours

The Malta Independent 23 Sep 2023
Minister for the National Heritage, the Arts and Local Government Owen Bonnici explained that this annual celebration of Malta’s rich culinary heritage promises to be a feast for the senses, offering locals and visitors alike an unforgettable experience of Maltese cuisine and culture ... .

KINSELLA: Don't be surprised when decent politicians decide enough is enough

Toronto Sun 23 Sep 2023
Ford — whose government my firm lobbies, full disclosure, and whose caucus has in the past used us for media training — this week said ... Politicians offer up carefully-crafted, focus-grouped apologies often — the aforementioned Trudeau has elevated apologies to an art form, almost always about the long-forgotten misdeeds of previous governments.

UK Issues Urgent Warning on AI Risk, Calls for Global Action

Cryptopolitan 23 Sep 2023
... AI-driven strategies, the cunning machinations of cybercriminals who artfully deploy deep-fakes and sophisticated bots to perpetrate deception on a grand scale, and, even more disconcerting, the deployment of AI by authoritarian states to ruthlessly suppress their own citizens.

Letter from Paducah Chamber Board Chair Brent Housman

The Paducah Sun 23 Sep 2023
Chambers of Commerce in general were built on a foundation of advocacy and the Paducah Chamber is certainly no different ... Twenty years represents quite the legacy of advocacy ... In 2023, we had 66 individuals representing business and industry, government, education and arts and culture who joined the Chamber for this two-day DC Fly-In ... This year Cong ... .

Latter-day Saint fiction writers: Who are Latter-day Saint authors?

Deseret News 23 Sep 2023
“We will yet have Miltons and Shakespeares of our own,” Whitney said , as he encouraged Latter-day Saints to write and cultivate a library full of religious books as well as “history, poetry, philosophy, art and science, languages, government — all truth in fact.” This speech is a key moment in the history of Latter-day Saint literature ... Related ... .

Dark Mofo festival cancelled for 2024: Hobart event will return 2025

The Daily Mail 22 Sep 2023
The drawcard winter feast and nude solstice swim will still go ahead in 2024 as part of an agreement with the Tasmanian government ... Twite said the state government had been proactive in offering solutions to proceed with the festival in 2024 ... 'Dark Mofo has always been dedicated to enriching and transforming lives through ambitious art and ideas.

Can’t have a common approach: A regulatory quest for standards doesn’t factor in the wide on-ground differences

Financial Express 22 Sep 2023
While so many authorities and entities are demanding higher and better standards, corporate governance is an art. Capturing the quality of corporate governance is a higher-order art ... Corporate governance as a performing art needs greater clarity and agility.

Coquitlam councillor Trish Mandewo named new UBCM president

North Shore News 22 Sep 2023
Local governments have sent a clear message this week about the need for improved treatment options for substance users, more action from the federal and provincial governments on purpose-built rental housing, and stronger measures to protect communities from the increasing threat of wildfire due to climate change.

National Music Museum To Host Recital For New Performance Piano

Vermillion Plain Talk 22 Sep 2023
The free recital will feature performances by USD College of Fine Arts faculty (current and emeritus) and students from the Department of Music and the Department of Theater ... NMM Live! is brought to you, in part, by the USD Student Government Association, and by the South Dakota Arts Council.

Police Exhume Mohbad’s Body for Autopsy

This Day 22 Sep 2023
This was as the Senate Committee Chairman on Creative Arts and Entertainment, Senator Ishaku Elisha Abbo, has assured MohBad’s mother that the federal government would ensure that justice was done over her son’s death ... “The government will never abandoned her citizen.

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