NEW YORK (AP) — A federal judge in New York has approved the forfeiture of a 3,500-year-old clay tablet bearing a portion of the Epic of Gilgamesh that was looted from Iraq and sold for $1.6 million to Hobby Lobby for display in the Museum of the Bible, prosecutors announced.
“It Takes A Village,” at the Missoula Art Park, where it will be on display until October.
Beth Lo read a story in her local paper about how hard the nurses have been working under COVID-19 without extra hazard pay, often under stressful conditions, and sometimes with inadequate protection or enough down time to recuperate.
A show at the Radius Gallery pairs two artists and two mediums — skyward landscapes and abstractly decorated ceramics — in a complementary joint show.
Taken in at once, Stephen Braun's exhibition, "Hindsight and Foresight are 20/20," poses "a pretty hard look at humanity," said Brandon Reintjes, the MAM's senior curator.
Family, food, traditional and contemporary forms, and differing Mexican and American views of death all play their part in the work of Andrew Rivera.
Stephanie Dishno thinks her ceramic sculptures' larger-than-life scale "gives them more of a presence" and makes them feel more weighty, important, substantial.
Candi Adams and a group of ranchers repeated the mantra ‘paint, dry’ three times on a December afternoon in the vocational warehouse at the Special K Ranch.
Steve Saroff, a software entrepreneur who’s started six companies, says that in business, the message should be honed and simple.
Almost three years ago, Amanda Krolczyk was teaching art classes for disabled clients at Opportunity Resources when she branched out from her …
Motor oil, polish cleaner, insect repellent, batteries.
Whether you’re hosting a big family Easter party this year, or you’re just looking for an excuse to have a spring-themed dinner party, pretty nature-inspired dinnerware is a must. These gorgeous handmade ceramics by Dorotea, designed by Seattle-based artist Carolina Silva, will steal the show at any party.
"Do you see yourself as some kind of animal?" Alessandro Gallo asked.
Two white Windsor-style rocking chairs sit next to a pink-and-white stool, atop which rests a potted plant with red flowers next to a small as…
Kirk Jackson wants his art to be accessible — so accessible one doesn’t have to leave the house or even kitchen table to enjoy his work.
The cup glowed orange when they pulled it out of the anagama kiln, firing at around 2,200 degrees Fahrenheit.
It's difficult to discuss Cori Crumrine's ceramics without talking about food.
Ceramic artists at the University of Montana went big this year.
An expert on the work of ceramic artist Peter Voulkos will give a talk in Missoula on Thursday.
In a year's span, Crista Ann Ames lost two uncles, one on each side of her family.