New Zealand- Munich series

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I am sharing my photographs today and then will start sharing the stories over the next three days. Art object by Sharon Fitness – New Zealand

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Munich Art?

Hello! Munich is a winter wonderland but I’m not sharing photos of the beautiful scenery or of our Trefu Challenge. Today, I’m sharing photos of my evening at Good Transfer Photo Book Gallery located in Schwabing at Clemensstraße 61 D-80803. As an artist who uses photography in her artwork, I was excited to meet […]

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Making a Book with SpunkHaus — Munich Artists

Ling does all kinds of workshops and she is always looking for artists who want to work with her in creating a workshop. Her space is absolutely lovely and I enjoyed being there on a Friday evening. Ling speaks German and English but the course is taught in German. Ling will talk to you in English if your German sucks or Malay if you happen to know her mother tongue.

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Contemporary Art Galleries and Creative Spaces

Gallery Spaces Run by Artists Friday Gallery – The Talk Installation by Ines Seidel and Allun Turner The Friday Gallery – The Friday Gallery exhibition space is run by Emmy Horstkamp and is being u…

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14 Day Quote Challenge Begins November 16, 2016 (WED) — Munich Artists

Here are the quotes/Inspirations for the next 14 day Munich Artists Challenge. I altered them from quotes or took very standardized quotes. you are welcome to make them better but please do not use other people’s words without giving them credit in your artwork. For this challenge, please incorporate the words into your artwork. I […]

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November 2016 Supermoon — Photos by Donna

Each year, November’s full moon is called the Beaver Moon. Algonquin Native American tribes as well as American colonists called it the Beaver Moon because “this was the time to set beaver traps before the swamps froze, to ensure a supply of warm winter furs,” according to the Old Farmer’s Almanac. Tonight’s Beaver Moon was […]

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