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- Preserving the Past, Preparing for the FUTURE. Watkins, Carolyn // Food Management;Apr2000, Vol. 35 Issue 4, p46
Reports on the conversion of a historic art studio into a centralized foodservice facility and student center by Scripps College in Southern California. Goal to reinforce a strong campus community through the creation of a dedicated student center; Financing for the renovation project; Menus of...
- Got hunger. Fredrickson, Erika // Missoula Independent;10/22/2015, Vol. 26 Issue 43, p20
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- Martina Zwolfer. Lehner, Monika // Ceramics Monthly;Nov96, Vol. 44 Issue 9, p52
Presents the Martina Zwolfer studio in Vienna, Austria where elegant vases, bowls and plates can be found. Influences and inspirations of Zwolfer; Design principles of the Bauhaus; Construction of cylindrical forms; Description of Zwolfer's glazes.
- Warwick artists open studios to visitors. // Hudson Valley Business Journal;9/4/95, Vol. 6 Issue 35, p39
Focuses on the 1995 Warwick Valley Artists' Open Studio Weekend when they will open their studios for the public. Programs and activities; Admission price.
- New art and frame company opens in Salt Lake. // Enterprise/Salt Lake City;7/8/2002, Vol. 32 Issue 2, p7
Reports on the relaunching of Axiom Art and Frame in Salt Lake City, Utah.
- ROBERT LANGE STUDIOS. // Art Galleries & Artists of the South;2010, Vol. 7 Issue 1, p22
The article presents information on Robert Lange Studios located in Charleston, South Carolina, which represents painters and photographers who exemplify the best in contemporary American Realism and Abstraction.
- changing PERSPECTIVES. Blinn, Linda // Cloth Paper Scissors;Winter2012 Special Issue - Studios, p86
The article looks at the author's art studio in an industrial complex in Los Angeles, California that features huge areas of flexible space which may function as a woodshop or a metal shop.
- Opening your studio to visitors. Grant, Daniel // American Artist;Jan1994, Vol. 58 Issue 618, p68
Discusses the merits of setting up studio tours for promoting the sale of artworks. Reasons for setting up studio tours; Forms; Purposes; Potential problems to be encountered; Examples of how some artists manage their studio tours.
- Looking at your studio as a place of business. Del Priore, Michael // American Artist;May1995, Vol. 59 Issue 634, p46
Discusses the importance of a well organized and furnished studio, in projecting a professional image of the artist and the impact such a studio can have on the work created by the artist. Author's efforts to create a professional studio for himself; Advise to other artists on the subject.