Recommended Website Links

The Internet is such a great resource that we want to occasionally share some websites that docents may find useful for research.

American Craft Council

The website describes itself well below:
"American Craft is a wish book that helps creative people to see the world with fresh eyes. Its memorable stories and images inspire readers to craft a conscientious, expressive life they feel good about. The magazine celebrates the age-old human impulse to make things by hand, in order to communicate, learn, heal, and connect. Our core audience values community, sustainability, quality and authenticity."

Aperture Magazine

Aperture is a non-profit foundation that strives to connect the photo community not only through its website but through print resources. It is a good resource on photography. Many articles and past magazines can be viewed without a subscription.

Art Daily

Art Daily advertises itself as the first daily art newspaper on the web. It keeps you abreast on current news in the art world. It has a searchable database of artists, museums, and galleries and even provides daily games.

Art History Resources 

Current art history news, comments, updates, pictures, videos, reviews, & information posted on Facebook by Dr. Christopher L.C.E. Witcombe Dr. Witcombe is a professor of Art History at Sweet Briar College. This has numerous links to information about artists, periods of art, art blogs and art news across the Internet.

Art in America Magazine

This is a good resource on information on American Art especially current artists and exhibitions.

Artcyclopedia

Artcyclopedia is a form of Internet search engine. It has links to over 9000 artists. It also has information on art museums worldwide and a wide-ranging wealth of articles on artists and art.

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We are happy to announce that non- registered persons accompanying delegates will have the possibility of attending two of our evening dinners. However space is limited. Please see our website for details at www.nds2017.com

 

Social walk/run for NDS Symposium Delegates

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The Sheraton Centre will host a special edition for the NDS guests in the morning (7:00am-8:00am) on October 12th and October 13th. See our website for details www.nds2017.com under What’s new.

 

La Balade Pour La Paix: An Open-Air Museum

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A public art exhibition along one kilometre of Sherbrooke Street West created by the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts for Montreal’s 375th anniversary.
The route features 67 stations (30 sculptures and 42 photographs) by Canadian and international artists. It is lined with the flags of the close to 200 member countries of the United Nations, along with those of Canada’s 13 provinces and territories.
See www.375mtl.com/en

 

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