A naked and terrified Vietnamese girl runs out of a cloud of napalm. A suited man falls head-first from the collapsing World Trade Center. A hooded figure hangs lifelessly in an Abu Ghraib prison cell.

Photographs have a way of sticking with us long after we first see them. Images linger in a much more visceral way than words do.

Images saturate the contemporary world in a way that was never imagined back when photography involved heavy cameras on tripods and unsmiling subjects standing immobile for minutes on end.

Once trusted to capture reality and truth, photographs now stir debate

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Green giraffes danced, fat birds skipped and happy cats flew. They did so against backdrops of forests, mountains and cities.

During Glynn Visual Arts summer camp this week, young artists have allowed their imaginations to run wild, putting crayon, pencil and paint to paper to create whatever fantasies they could dream up.

Catherine Durrett, the camp’s instructor, has urged her campers to break boundaries and expand their creative minds to make art unlike anything they’ve seen before.

“The goal is to have fun,” Durrett said Wednesday. “… I’m going to sneak in some lessons, but the whole thing is just

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Ellensburg has its small-town lifestyle where neighbors know one another and some families date back generations. But dayton seo service the art galleries, Western Heritage Cultural Center, the museums, the music and the world-class rodeo gives it a big-time feel.

It’s not exactly Mayberry, but it’s been home to Scott and Robin Mayberry for a long, long time and the two local artists will be involved in Saturday’s “A Day of Art,” sponsored by Gallery One Visual Arts Center.

VIRTUAL DAY OF ART

The virtual “Day of Art” will showcase interviews, mini confabs, demos and 360-degree views of over 30

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UB professor and transdisciplinary artist Shasti O’Leary Soudant’s high-concept, large-scale exhibits are known for getting people talking.

Her latest project, bound for two lakeside locations in Erie, Pennsylvania, is bound to get people listening, as well.

O’Leary Soudant, visiting assistant professor in the Department of Art, College of Arts and Sciences, is one of seven artists selected by Erie Arts & Culture to be partnered with less-established Erie-area artisans to create works for the Creating with Community Artist Residency Program. The project was designed to empower local artists from underrepresented backgrounds, and to create opportunities for them to engage

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