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ARTS & CULTURE

Best Face Forward

February 9, 2021

An interior designer/stager by trade, Linda Schwartz’s interest in fine art goes back to her childhood, as does her fascination with…

Not Actual Size

February 9, 2021

At 6 inches by 6 inches, Heidi Malott’s “Snow Streets Downtown” is smaller than our reproduction. Yet large ideas conveyed in that…

TIME For Change

July 30, 2020

This compelling photo from the early days of the demonstrations in Fort Wayne captured the attention of editors from national magazines…

A Winning Combo

June 23, 2020

Inspired by a desire to combine three of his favorite things, artist Matt Hakey’s illustrations pair his talent as a…

#ArtStartsHere

June 23, 2020

Time for a big admission. I am not an artist — at least, not in the professional sense. But like most members of…

Convergence by Linda Howard

May 29, 2020

FORM & FLOW: By their very nature, sculptures command space with their 3D presence. Situated at the entrance of Promenade Park is the…

April is National Poetry Month

April 1, 2020

Purdue University Fort Wayne (PFW) English professor and nationally-recognized poet George Kalamaras knows you can’t make a living from writing

Viewpoint

February 5, 2020

WEARABLE ART: With beautiful stones, unique designs and incredible craftsmanship, there is no doubt that pieces of jewelry are works

Clearly Stated

February 3, 2020

The museum has several contemporary glass pieces from well-known glass sculptors including Tim Tate, Peter Bremers, Sally Rogers, Alex Bernstein and Dale Chihuly.

Viewpoint – FrankenFuzzies

October 4, 2019

Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein tells the story of scientist Victor Frankenstein and the creature he makes using scientific experimentation. But in

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