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Prize of the BottcherstraSe in Bremen

The" Prize of the BottcherstraSe in Bremen” is a German award in the field of contemporary art that was first presented in 1954, making it one of the oldest awards of its kind. According to the Prize’s rules, the award is" intended to honour visu ...

Waldemar Otto

Otto was born in Petrikau, Poland and fled in 1945 with his parents to Halle Saale in Germany. In 1948 Otto started a sculpture study at the Berlin University of the Arts. In 1952 he graduated as "Meisterschuler" under Alexander Gonda. His first ...

Wilhelm Scholkmann

Wilhelm Ludwig Adolph Scholkmann was a German painter. His works were predominantly scenes of peasant life.

Alphonse Grieder

Alphonse Grieder was a Swiss rudimental drummer who helped popularize the Basel Drumming style in America during the mid to late 20th century through his traveling, teaching, and publications.

Susumu Shingu

Shingu, a prolific artist, has participated in numerous group and solo exhibitions internationally. Additionally, he has collaborated in theatre projects including variations on tradition Japanese No performance and published a number of children ...

Burkhard Schittny

Schittny first studied fashion design at the University of the Arts in Bremen, then he shifted the focus of his studies to photography. He graduated in 1997 with a photographic work inspired by the painter Francis Bacon. Three years later, a scho ...

Arada (film)

Arada is a 2018 Turkish teen drama film written and directed by Mu Tunc in his feature film debut. The film tells the story of a young punk kid who wants to leave Istanbul in pursuit of a successful music career in California. The movie is depict ...

Variant

Variant cover, an issue of comic books printed with multiple cover art Variant novel, a young adult novel by Robison Wells Variant magazine, British cultural magazine since 1984

ZG

ZG, Zg, or zg may refer to: Arts and entertainment: ZOEgirl, a pop rock band Z-G, a collectible action figure game Places: Canton of Zug, one of the 26 cantons of Switzerland Aspen and Pitkin County, Colorado former vehicle plate code ZG Zagreb, ...

NX

Samsung NX-mount, used by Samsungs NX series cameras NX, the pre-release codename of the Nintendo Switch video game console Nox unit nx, a unit of illuminance, equal to 1/1000 lux Samsung NX series, a series of digital cameras Non-small cell lung ...

MGM (disambiguation)

MGM TV channel, MGMs cable and satellite network MGM Records, a record label MGM Distribution, a record label Sony Pictures Studios, formerly MGMs studio facility in Culver City, California, US Militargeschichtliche Mitteilungen, a German magazin ...

Wharton

Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania Paul R. Wharton High School Wharton County Junior College Wharton Center for Performing Arts, at Michigan State University

Viewpoint

Viewpoint Corporation, a digital media company known for its subsidiary Fotomat Viewpoint Media Player, a software product made by Viewpoint Corporation, and the associated file format Viewpoint model, a computer science technique for making comp ...

Westmont

Westmont High School disambiguation Westmont College, a private interdenominational Christian liberal arts college in Santa Barbara, California, USA Westmont Community Unit School District 201, Westmont, Illinois, USA; school district

Randall

Randall, a community in the town of New Tecumseth, Ontario, Canada Randall Rocks, Graham Land, Antarctica Mount Randall, Victoria Land, Antarctica

Labyrinth (disambiguation)

Labyrinth artwork, a 2013 series of artworks by Mark Wallinger Labyrinth Miro, Joan, the set of sculptures and ceramics by the artist Joan Miro Labyrinth, a ballet by Tim Rushton

Walton

Walton, Lahore, Pakistan, a cantonment area outside Lahore Walton Airport Walton, New Zealand, a settlement on the North Island Walton Mountains, Antarctica

Plenty

Plenty may refer to: Places: Plenty, Tasmania, a small locality and river in Australia Plenty, Saskatchewan, a village in Canada Bay of Plenty, in New Zealand Plenty River Northern Territory, a river in the Northern Territory of Australia Plenty ...

Whitworth

Whitworth may refer to: Places: Whitworth Hall, County Durham Whitworth, County Durham, a former civil parish in England Whitworth, Lancashire, a town in England Whitworth Street, Manchester Whitworth Art Gallery, an art gallery in Manchester, En ...

Lied (disambiguation)

Lied or Lieder may refer to: Past tense and past participle of lie, a deliberate untruth Lied, the German word for "song", usually used for the setting of romantic German poems to music

Brooks

Antarctica Cape Brooks Canada Brooks, Alberta United States Brooks, Oregon Brooks, Alabama Brooks, Kentucky Brooks, Wisconsin Brooks, Maine Brooks, Iowa Brooks, California Brooks City-Base, former United States Air Force base near San Antonio, Te ...

Spit

Spitting, the act of forcibly expelling saliva from the mouth Spit archaeology, a term for a unit of archaeological excavation Spit or rotisserie, a rotating device used for cooking by roasting over an open fire Spit, another word for saliva Spit ...

Mural (disambiguation)

MURAL Festival, an annual international street art festival in Montreal, Quebec, Canada El mural, a 2010 Argentine film Mural Guadalajara, newspaper in Guadalajara, Mexico Mural film, 2011 Chinese film directed by Gordon Chan Mural 1943, a painti ...

South Bank (disambiguation)

Southbank Jacksonville, a neighborhood of Jacksonville, Florida, US Southbank Riverwalk South Bank PAT station, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, US Southbank development, a planned development in Chicago

Melanie Keen

Melanie Keen is an arts professional and the director of the Wellcome Collection. She has worked extensively in promoting the Black Arts Movement in the UK.

Kiev Art Institute

Kiev Art Institute Ukrainian: Київський художній інститут, Russian: Киевский художественный институт was the Ukrainian state art and technical high school which is the historical inheritor of Ukrainian Academy of Arts which was founded at Decembe ...

Regina Pilawuk Wilson

Regina Pilawuk Wilson is an Australian Aboriginal artist known for her paintings, printmaking and woven fiber-artworks. She paints syaws, warrgarri, and message sticks. Her work has been shown in many Australian and international museums, collect ...

Paul Vincent Davis (puppeteer)

Paul Vincent Davis is an American puppeteer. For over 30 years, he served as Artist in Residence at Puppet Showplace Theater in Brookline, Massachusetts. In the 1980s, UNIMA-USA awarded Davis five Citations of Excellence for his work.

Qi (disambiguation)

"Q.I" song, a song by Mylene Farmer from Avant que lombre. QI: The Quest for Intelligence, a book by Kevin Warwick

Fangyi

A fangyi is a type of Chinese ritual bronze container typical of the Shang and early to middle Zhou periods of Bronze Age China. It takes the shape of a square or rectangular casket with a cover that resembles a hip roof, surmounted by a knob of ...

Ellesmere

Ellesmere Rural, a civil parish to the west Ellesmere Castle Ellesmere, Shropshire, a market town in Shropshire, England Ellesmere Park, area of Eccles, Greater Manchester, England Ellesmere Port and Neston, a former district and borough in Chesh ...

Second wave

The Second Wave Khoma album, a 2006 album by Khoma Second wave ska, or 2 Tone, music genre created in England in the late 1970s The Second Wave: 25 Years of NWOBHM, a 2003 album by British indie label Communique Records 2nd Wave album, a 1988 alb ...

Garland bearers

The garland-bearer design was extremely popular in the Mediterranean. It first appeared at the end of the Hellenistic period, and its popularity expanded during the Roman period. The design reached a peak of popularity in the 2nd century CE, ador ...

John Drummond

John Drummond may refer to: John Fraser Drummond 1918–1940, WW2 fighter pilot John Drummond, 1st Earl of Melfort 1649–1714, Earl of Melfort John Drummond Manitoba politician 1847–1913, politician in Manitoba, Canada John Drummond 1723–1774, banke ...

Meg Froelich

Meg Froelich is an American politician, currently serving as a member of the Colorado House of Representatives from the 3rd district, which includes Greenwood Village, Colorado. Froelich took office on January 14, 2019.

Strathcona

Strathcona is a 19th-century variation of "Glen Coe", a river valley in Scotland. The word was invented for use in the title Baron Strathcona and Mount Royal, first used for Donald Smith, a Canadian railway financier, in order to avoid associatio ...

Hotel de Guenegaud (rue des Archives)

Hotel de Guenegaud is a 17th-century hotel particulier, or large townhouse, in Paris. At 60, rue des Archives in the 3rd arrondissement of Paris, this Hotel de Guenegaud was built between 1651 and 1655 for Jean-François de Guenegaud des Brosses, ...

Bellator

Bellator, warrior in Latin, may refer to: Bishop Bellator of Sufetula 5th century Bellator MMA, a mixed martial arts promotion based in the United States

Sarbari

Purulia district forms the lowest step of the Chota Nagpur Plateau. The general scenario is undulating land with scattered hills.Raghunathpur subdivision occupies the northern part of the district. 83.80% of the population of the subdivision live ...

Georgian-Zan languages

Georgian-Zan languages, also known as Karto-Zan languages is a branch of Kartvelian language family that contains Georgian and Zan languages. Svan language forms the other branch of the Kartvelian family, showing characteristic differences from K ...

Sardar Patel Memorial College

Sardar Patel Memorial College is a degree college in Bihar, India. It is a constituent unit of Patliputra University. The college offers Senior secondary education and Undergraduate degree in arts and science.

Hakkenden

Hakkenden, and variations, may refer to: Nansō Satomi Hakkenden, an epic 19th century serial novel by Kyokutei Bakin Or adaptations of the story, including: Idol Hakkenden 1989, a Japanese text adventure video game Satomi Hakkenden 1983, known as ...

Usir

Purulia district forms the lowest step of the Chota Nagpur Plateau. The general scenario is undulating land with scattered hills.Raghunathpur subdivision occupies the northern part of the district. 83.80% of the population of the subdivision live ...

Kata (disambiguation)

Kata is a martial arts term referring to a pattern of defense-and-attack. Kata may also mean: People: Kata name Solomone Kata, Tongan rugby league player Kata people or Katirs, alternative name for a tribal group of Afghanistan Kata, Georgian roy ...

Braschi family

The Braschi family is an Italian noble family established in Cesena in the 12th century. The family achieved great notoriety with the election of one of its members, Giannangelo Braschi as Pope of the Catholic Church

Zeytun Gospels

The Zeytun Gospels is an Armenian illuminated manuscript gospel book produced in 1256 at Hromklay for Katholikos Constantine I. It is signed by the artist Toros Roslin. Most of the manuscript is now in the Matenadaran in Yerevan, Armenia; however ...

Sweet briar

Sweet briar can refer to: Sweet Briar College, a liberal arts womens college in Sweet Briar, Virginia, United States The sweet briar rose, Rosa rubiginosa Sweetbriar band. A country band formed in Los Angeles California made up of two members: An ...

Tollbooth

Tollbooth or tolbooth may refer to: Tolbooth, a traditional Scottish town hall for the administration of burghs, usually providing a council meeting chamber, a court house and a jail Toll house, a building where a toll collector historically live ...

Craftsman

Artisan, a skilled manual worker who makes items that may be functional or strictly decorative Craftsman, a military rank within the Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers and, equivalent to a private Master craftsman, an artisan who has achie ...

Hanne Vedel

Hanne Elisabet Vedel is a Danish weaver who has created her own textiles since 1955, using natural raw materials such as silk, wool and cotton. In 1979, after acquiring Spindegården from Paula Trock, she moved the establishment to Aabenraa, makin ...