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Museum of Baseball’s Art

Baseball is equally epic and modest. It’s neighborhood and youth and summertime all wrapped into one. It’s its own time period, it is not over’til it is finished. Additionally, it has its very own distinctive area, as no other match is played with a diamond. For decades, the sport has challenged musicians to catch a […]

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From Traditional Art To Digital Art

Mobile phones, whether refurbished or not (see www.refurbishediphones.ie), has changed the way art is made and exhibit. Not only does the artistic interest in the technology of mobile phones rest in the production and generation of artworks for handheld electronic devices, but also in the capacity of phone techs to design works that could be […]

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Archaeological Site in Angouleme, France Yields Prehistoric Stone Art Archaeological excavations in Angouleme, France recently yielded another example of prehistoric art engraved in stone by hunter-gatherers of the prehistoric Azilian custom. This newest discovery is said to date back around 14,000 years ago. The Angouleme finds include a number of sandstones engraved with depiction of […]

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