strips, and parks. A brochure maps out the route and the trees along each route, as well as educating visitors about the trees. http: www.treesatlanta.org NeighborhoodArboreta.aspx Festivals References
School''' is one of five high schools (public high school) in the Edmonds School District in Edmonds (Edmonds, Washington), Washington (Washington (U.S. state)), USA. It serves students in grade (Educational stages#United States and Canada)s 9-12. The '''Edmonds Arts Festival''' is held in Edmonds, Washington during Father's Day weekend annually in June. The Festival first opened in 1957, and is one of the oldest and largest art festival
Creek Arts Festival''' is held each July in Uptown Normal. The combination of high-quality art, live music and food has kept the streets of Normal full of color and activity for over 22 years. The festival has a unique trait- only original pieces of artwork are shown; not copies of prints or items purchased overseas. The Sugar Creek Arts Festival, hosted by the McLean Country Arts Center, is one of the largest art festivals in Central Illinois and continues to grow.
The conference serves as a platform for many underground and indie artists from over 70 different countries who spend the conference at events and panels; it is also a medium used by several entrepreneurs and consumer electronic (consumer electronics) companies to present their businesses and technological developments. thumb right 220px The island of Manhattan (Image:Panorama clip3.jpg), from which the term is derived. thumb right Manhattanization took place in Miami, Florida Miami (File:Miamimanhattanizationdowntown.jpg)'s Downtown (Downtown Miami) and Brickell neighborhoods, during the building boom of the mid-2000s that ended in 2007 with the subprime mortgage crisis. thumb right Skyscrapers along Market Street (San Francisco) Market Street (Image:San Francisco Financial District.jpg) in San Francisco, built during the 1960s through the 1980s.
of the Raymond F. Kravis Center for the Performing Arts thumb Harriet Himmel Theater in CityPlace (File:CityPlace Live Stage 2.JPG) '''Raymond F. Kravis Center for the Performing Arts''': Built in 1992, the Kravis Center hosts performances of music, dance, opera and theatre. '''Florida Stage''': A professional theater company in residence at the Kravis Center. (Out of business) '''Norton Museum of Art''': is the largest art museum in Florida and also organizes traveling exhibits. The permanent collection features 19th and 20th century European and American art, Chinese, contemporary art and photography. '''The Carefree Theatre''': Built in 1940, in the historic Flamingo Park district, it was variously an art house cinema and alternative music performance venue until severely damaged by Hurricane Wilma. The venue has re-opened at a renovated church located nearby and under a new name, The Theater. '''Meyer Amphitheater''': An abandoned Holiday Inn, demolished in 1993 and transformed into an amphitheater. '''Palm Beach County Convention Center''': A complex with '''CityPlace''' is an upscale lifestyle center (lifestyle center (retail)) in downtown West Palm Beach (West Palm Beach, Florida), Florida along South Rosemary Avenue. Besides shops, the center also includes rental apartments, condos, and offices. '''WXEL-TV''' is the Public Broadcasting Service (PBS) member public television station serving South Florida, and is licensed to West Palm Beach (West Palm Beach, Florida). WXEL is owned by Barry University, a Catholic (Roman Catholic Church) university based in Miami (Miami, Florida); despite the Catholic-based ownership, WXEL shows no religious programming (other than documentaries provided by PBS). The station reaches viewers from the Treasure Coast all the way down to Miami-Dade County. Once you get a chance to talk to West Palm Beach, Florida (w:West Palm Beach, Florida) native Whitney Cunningham, who placed seventh on the eighth cycle (w:America's Next Top Model, Cycle 8) of the popular reality TV series ''America's Next Top Model (w:America's Next Top Model)'', you begin to understand what host Tyra Banks (w:Tyra Banks) meant when she described her as the "full package." Sub-freezing temperatures are also expected for a shorter time in West Palm Beach (w:West Palm Beach, Florida), Fort Lauderdale (w:Fort Lauderdale, Florida), and Miami (w:Miami, Florida). In south Florida, temperatures are expected to flirt with all-time record lows before sunrise.
hall and a cinema. The Warwick Art Centre is the largest art centre in the Midlands (Midlands (England)), and it is the second largest arts centre in the UK, after London's Barbican (Barbican Arts Centre). WikiPedia:Coventry Dmoz:Regional Europe United Kingdom England West Midlands Coventry Commons:Coventry
as the tenth best Big City Arts Destination in the U.S. The Portland Art Museum owns the city's largest art collection and presents a variety of touring exhibitions each year. With the recent addition of the Modern and Contemporary Art wing it became one of the United States' twenty-five largest museums. Art galleries abound downtown and in the Pearl District (Pearl District, Portland, Oregon), as well as in the Alberta Arts District (Alberta Street, Portland, Oregon) and other
technologically advanced planetarium in the Pacific Northwest. OMSI is located at 1945 SE Water Ave. OMSI is built right up next to the river and is also conveniently located near the entrance to the Springwater Corridor and Eastbank Esplanade pedestrian and bike trails. The Portland Art Museum owns the city's largest art collection
http: portlandartmuseum.org about history accessdate 2011-04-13 Upon completion of the most recent renovations, the Portland Art Museum became one of the twenty-five largest art museums in the United States, at a total of 240,000 square feet (22,000 m²). The permanent collection has more than 42,000 works of art, and at least one major traveling exhibition is presented most of the time. The Portland Art Museum features a center for Native American art, a center for Northwest
- Diliff.jpg thumb 450px left A panoramic view of the Old Town of Vilnius looking south from Gediminas Tower The Vilnius Castle Complex, a group of defensive, cultural, and religious buildings that includes Gediminas Tower (Gediminas' Tower), Cathedral Square (Cathedral Square, Vilnius), the Royal Palace of Lithuania, and the remains of several medieval castles, is part of the National Museum of Lithuania. Lithuania's largest art collection is housed in the Lithuanian Art Museum. The House of the Signatories, where the 1918 Act of Independence of Lithuania was signed, is now a historic landmark. The Museum of Genocide Victims is dedicated to the victims of the Soviet era. On the other side of the Neris, the National Art Gallery holds a permanent exhibition on Lithuanian 20th-century art, as well as numerous exhibitions on modern art. The Martynas Mažvydas National Library of Lithuania, named for the author of the first book printed in the Lithuanian language, holds 6,912,266 physical items. The biggest book fair (Vilnius book fair) in Baltic States is annually held in Vilnius at LITEXPO, the Baltic's biggest exhibition centre. Vilnius Book Fair. Retried in 2009-02-14 On 10 November 2007, the Jonas Mekas Visual Arts Center was opened by avant-garde filmmaker Jonas Mekas. Its premiere exhibition was entitled ''The Avant-Garde: From Futurism to Fluxus''. There are plans to build the Guggenheim-Hermitage museum (Vilnius Guggenheim Hermitage Museum), designed by Zaha Hadid. The museum would host exhibitions featuring works from Saint Petersburg's Hermitage Museum and the Guggenheim Museum (Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum)s, along with non-commercial avant-garde cinema, a library, a museum of Lithuanian Jewish culture (Lithuanian Jews), and collections of works by Jonas Mekas and Jurgis Mačiūnas (George Maciunas). The Užupis district near the Old Town (Old Town of Vilnius), which used to be one of the most run down districts of Vilnius during the Soviet Union, is home to a movement of bohemian artists, who operate numerous art galleries and workshops. Užupis declared itself an independent republic on April Fool's Day 1997. In the main square, the statue of an angel blowing a trumpet stands as a symbol of artistic freedom. The district is also the home of Vilnius' mayor Artūras Zuokas. Economy thumb right 300px The modern skyline of Vilnius' Financial Centre at night (File:Vilnius Modern Skyline At Dusk, Lithuania - Diliff.jpg) Vilnius is the major economic centre of Lithuania and one of the largest financial centres of the Baltic states. Even though it is home to only 15% of Lithuania's population, it generates approximately 40% of Lithuania's GDP. WikiPedia:Vilnius Dmoz:Regional Europe Lithuania Localities Vilnius Commons:Category:Vilnius
Nearly all of these were constructed as competition venues and therefore have seating facilities for several hundred people. There are two golf courses (golf) just to the east of Sofia — in Elin Pelin (St Sofia club) and in Ihtiman (Air Sofia club), and a horseriding club (St George club). Sofia was set to bid for the 2016 Winter Youth Olympics but didn't submit a bid citing they filled the requirements set by the IOC. The Bulgarian Olympic Committee have expressed interest in potentially bidding for the 2020 Winter Youth Olympics 2020 Winter Youth Olympics#Bra.C8.99ov.2C Romania Demographics ImageSize width:750 height:280 PlotArea left:50 right:20 top:25 bottom:30 TimeAxis orientation:vertical AlignBars late Colors id:linegrey2 value:gray(0.9) id:linegrey value:gray(0.7) id:cobar value:rgb(0.2,0.7,0.8) id:cobar2 value:rgb(0.6,0.9,0.6) DateFormat yyyy Period from:0 till:1250 ScaleMajor unit:year increment:100 start:0 gridcolor:linegrey ScaleMinor unit:year increment:50 start:0 gridcolor:linegrey2 PlotData color:cobar width:19 align:left bar:1870 from:0 till:19 bar:1880 from:0 till:20 bar:1887 from:0 till:30 bar:1892 from:0 till:46 bar:1900 from:0 till:68 bar:1905 from:0 till:82 bar:1910 from:0 till:102 bar:1920 from:0 till:154 bar:1926 from:0 till:213 bar:1934 from:0 till:287 bar:1939 from:0 till:401 bar:1946
in U.S. history publisher The Birmingham News on al.com date November 10, 2011 accessdate November 10, 2011 Culture Birmingham is the cultural and entertainment capital of Alabama with numerous art galleries in the area including the Birmingham Museum of Art, the largest art museum in the Southeast. Downtown Birmingham is currently experiencing a cultural and economic rejuvenation, with several new independent shops and restaurants opening in the area. Birmingham is also home to the state's major ballet, opera, and symphony orchestra companies such the Alabama Ballet, alabamaballet.org Alabama Symphony Orchestra, Birmingham Ballet, Birmingham Concert Chorale, and Opera Birmingham. thumb The Alabama Theatre (File:Alabama Theatre.jpg) in 2010 * The historic Alabama Theatre hosts film screenings, concerts and performances. * The Alys Stephens Center for the Performing Arts is home to Alabama Symphony Orchestra and Opera Birmingham as well as several series of concerts and lectures. It is located on the campus of the University of Alabama at Birmingham. * The Birmingham-Jefferson Convention Complex (BJCC), houses a theater, concert hall, exhibition halls, and a sports and concert arena. The BJCC is home to the Birmingham Children's Theatre, He entered the Army on September 1, 1942, and was a member of the 2nd Battalion, 29th Quartermaster Regiment. He was a passenger aboard the Dutch (Netherlands) steamer USAT ''s'Jacob'' (SS s'Jacob) on March 8, 1943, which was near Porlock Harbor (Porlock Bay, Papua New Guinea), New Guinea, when the ship was hit by Japanese bombers. 125px right thumb City plan of Birmingham, Alabama drawn by Warren Manning. (Image:Birmingham District copy.jpg) In 1919, Manning’s talents took him to Birmingham, Alabama, where he worked on a new design for the city. He recommended a radical resource-based plan which included “multiple neighborhood-based centers determined by available resources” (Karson, 2001). He also makes note of the importance of parks throughout the city stating that “the cities that are best designed have about one-eight of their area in parks and about one acre to 75 people” (Manning, 1919). This approach was in direct contrast to the then popular City Beautiful movement which emphasized monumental civic centers and Beaux Arts architecture style public buildings (Karson, 2001). The architectural design of the Chicago Columbian Exposition was based in the City Beautiful movement, but now, on his own, Manning decided on a different course following his own landscape theories which were based on the natural available resources. This idea was the basis for his creation of the “wild garden” which he applied to many of his landscape designs.