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Ambato, Ecuador

in a wide variety of media including painting, drawing, printmaking and mosaics. He began his education as a student of architecture at the Central University (Central University of Ecuador) of Quito in 1951. He worked in the workshop of Oswaldo Guayasamín and in 1959 Viteri assisted him on a mural commission for the Ministry of Public Works. During the 1960s he focused on painting and studying anthropology and folklore, In 1966, he finished his degree in architecture and Viteri was appointed director of the Ecuadorian Institute of Folklore. He began to explore more experimental techniques of art making incorporating collage and objects into his canvases. He made his first assemblage works in 1968 and appeared in his first "Happening" that same year in Quito. He began to exhibit his work internationally in the 1960s including the 1964 Bienale of Córdoba (Córdoba (Argentina)), Argentina, and the 1969 São Paulo Bienal for which he received honorable mention. His work became more sculptural in the 1970s such as his Multiples series of assemblage works that used rag dolls and other found objects. He has been twice candidate to the Prince of Asturias Awards. caption ''Lady of the Leaf'' (2011), Courtesy of Woodward Gallery birth_place Ambato (Ambato, Ecuador), Ecuador field Painter (Painting), Muralist, Graffiti '''Lady Pink''' (born '''Sandra Fabara''', Ambato (Ambato, Ecuador), Ecuador, 1964) is a graffiti artist. She was raised in Queens, New York, and started her graffiti writing career in 1979 following the loss of a boyfriend who had been sent to live in Puerto Rico after he had been arrested. She exorcised her grief by tagging her boyfriend's name across the city. Soon after she started tagging the name '''Lady Pink''', derived from her love of historical romances, England, the Victorian period, and the aristocracy. Lady Pink studied at the High School of Art & Design in Manhattan. While a student there she was introduced to graffiti and began writing at age fifteen. http: woodwardgallery.net pink pink-resume.pdf Within a few years LADY PINK began running with TC5 (The Cool 5) and TPA (The Public Animals) crews and was soon well known as the only female capable of competing with the boys in the graffiti subculture. '''Lady Pink''' painted subway trains from the years 1979-1985. Boston Globe, '''Lady Pink''' and the Graffiti Capers by Christine Temin, ca. 1983 http: woodwardgallery.net pink bostonglobe_pink.pdf In 1980, she was included in the landmark New York show “GAS: Graffiti Art Success” at Fashion Moda, which traveled in a modified form downtown to The New Museum of Contemporary Art. Young, approachable, quick-witted, and one of the only female graffiti writers, '''Lady Pink''' became among the most photographed and interviewed graffiti artist of her time. fullname location Ambato (Ambato, Ecuador), Ecuador coordinates '''Estadio Bellavista''' is a multi-use stadium in Ambato (Ambato, Ecuador), Ecuador. It is currently used mostly for football (football (soccer)) matches and is the home stadium of Macará (Club Social y Deportivo Macará) and Técnico Universitario (Club Deportivo Técnico Universitario). The stadium holds 20,000 spectators and is located on Bolivariana Avenue, a main thoroughfare through the city of Ambato. History The stadium was built in 1945 and inaugurated in July of the same year. Four years later however, the stadium was significantly damaged by the earthquake that hit Ambato on August 5, 1949 (1949 Ambato earthquake). The stadium underwent a renovation and was reopened the next year. In 1993, Estadio Bellavista was one of the locations for Copa America (Copa America 1993) games. Ambato (Ambato, Ecuador) played host to Venezuela (Venezuela national football team), United States (United States men's national soccer team), and Uruguay (Uruguay national football team). Though set inland, Quevedo's geographic location makes it an important logistics link between the Pacific coastal area's main population centers like Guayaquil, Santo Domingo and Manta and cities in the Andes highlands such as Ambato (Ambato, Ecuador) and Quito ''http: www.quevedo.gov.ec Site Fijos ciudad.aspx'', "La Cuidad" Gobierno Municipal de Quevedo 10 August 2010 . Because of its location west of the Andes mountains and right next to the Vinces River (a major waterway and tributary to the Pacific Ocean), the city is vulnerable to flooding ''http: www.columbiagazetteer.org main ViewPlace 0 115386'' Columbia Gazetteer of the World, Quevedo 10 August 2010 . Quevedo has a tropical wet climate, which, coupled with rich volcanic soils, produces excellent conditions for agriculture.


Punta del Este

for a variety of shows, a restaurant, a didactic room where sculpture, painting, drawing and ceramic classes are held, and a last space which holds the permanent collection and the work of the founder. A 30-hectare sculpture park surrounds the compound. Punta del Este Lighthouse The lighthouse is 45 metres tall, and the crystal panels which are part of its illumination system were brought from France. It works by electricity, with acetylene gas as emergency backup. It is possible


San Miguel de Allende

and cultural center, and offers classes and workshops in painting, drawing, sculpture, textiles, and ceramics. *


Quito

variety of media including painting, drawing, printmaking and mosaics. He began his education as a student of architecture at the Central University (Central University of Ecuador) of Quito in 1951. He worked in the workshop of Oswaldo Guayasamín and in 1959 Viteri assisted him on a mural commission for the Ministry of Public Works. During the 1960s he focused on painting and studying anthropology and folklore, In 1966, he finished his degree in architecture and Viteri was appointed director of the Ecuadorian Institute of Folklore. He began to explore more experimental techniques of art making incorporating collage and objects into his canvases. He made his first assemblage works in 1968 and appeared in his first "Happening" that same year in Quito. He began to exhibit his work internationally in the 1960s including the 1964 Bienale of Córdoba (Córdoba (Argentina)), Argentina, and the 1969 São Paulo Bienal for which he received honorable mention. His work became more sculptural in the 1970s such as his Multiples series of assemblage works that used rag dolls and other found objects. He has been twice candidate to the Prince of Asturias Awards. '''Oswaldo Viteri''' (born Ambato (Ambato, Ecuador), Ecuador, 1931) is a neo-figurative artist. Viteri gained recognition for his assemblage work but has worked in a wide variety of media including painting, drawing, printmaking and mosaics. He began his education as a student of architecture at the Central University (Central University of Ecuador) of Quito in 1951. He worked in the workshop of Oswaldo Guayasamín and in 1959 Viteri assisted him on a mural commission for the Ministry of Public Works. During the 1960s he focused on painting and studying anthropology and folklore, In 1966, he finished his degree in architecture and Viteri was appointed director of the Ecuadorian Institute of Folklore. He began to explore more experimental techniques of art making incorporating collage and objects into his canvases. He made his first assemblage works in 1968 and appeared in his first "Happening" that same year in Quito. He began to exhibit his work internationally in the 1960s including the 1964 Bienale of Córdoba (Córdoba (Argentina)), Argentina, and the 1969 São Paulo Bienal for which he received honorable mention. His work became more sculptural in the 1970s such as his Multiples series of assemblage works that used rag dolls and other found objects. He has been twice candidate to the Prince of Asturias Awards. *'''Ecuador''' **Quito - Mariscal Sucre International Airport - Aircraft: Airbus A319 (Airbus A320 family) *'''Peru''' Host city election and organization Santiago (Santiago, Chile), Chile, was originally named the host of the 10th Pan American Games, but it withdrew in 1984 due to the political and financial problems. Quito, Ecuador, was named to replace Santiago, but it also withdrew, in late 1984. Desperate, PASO held a new election. Indianapolis was planning to bid on the 1991 Games, but, at the request of the United States Olympic Committee, submitted a bid for 1987. Since many sports facilities were already in place, PASO announced on December 18, 1985 that Indianapolis would be the host. Havana, Cuba, was also interested, but PASO appeased Fidel Castro by agreeing to give Havana the 1991 games provided that Cuba participated at Indianapolis. Missionaries Jim Elliot first heard of the Huaorani in 1950 from a former missionary to Ecuador, and afterwards indicated that God had called him to Ecuador to evangelize the Huaorani. He began corresponding with his friend Pete Fleming about his desire to minister in Ecuador, and in 1952 the two men set sail for Guayaquil as missionaries with the Plymouth Brethren. Elliot, 19–21, 24. Stoll (1982), 282–83. For six months they lived in Quito with the goal of learning Spanish (Spanish language). They then moved to Shandia, a Quechua mission station (mission (station)) deep in the Ecuadorian jungle. There they worked under the supervision of a Mission Aviation Fellowship missionary, Wilfred Tidmarsh, and began exposing themselves to the culture and studying the Quechua language. Elliot, 25–26, 28–32. Search Not receiving word from Saint at 4:30 p.m. immediately caused his wife Marj to worry, but she did not tell anyone about the lack of communication until that evening. The next morning, January 9, Johnny Keenan flew to the camp site, and at 9:30 a.m. he reported via radio to the wives that the plane was stripped of its fabric, and that the men were not there. The Commander in Chief of the Caribbean Command (Unified Combatant Command#History), Lieutenant General William K. Harrison, was contacted, and Quito-based radio station HCJB released a news bulletin saying that five men were missing in Huaorani territory. Soon, aircraft from the United States Air Rescue Service in Panama were flying over the jungle, and a ground search party consisting of missionaries and military personnel was organized. The first two of the bodies were found on January 11, and on Thursday, Ed McCully's body was identified by a group of Quechuas. They took his watch as evidence of the finding but did not move his body from its location on the bank of the Curaray; it later washed away. Two more bodies were found on January 12. The searchers hoped that one of the unidentified bodies would be McCully, thinking that perhaps one of the men had escaped. However, on January 13, all four of the bodies found were positively identified by watches and wedding rings, and McCully's body was not among them, confirming that all five were dead. In the midst of a tropical storm (tropical cyclone), they were buried in a common grave at Palm Beach on January 14 by members of the ground search party. Elliot, 195–200, 233–39. ''New York Times'' articles Gutierrez held numerous individual exhibitions and is represented in many galleries and museums in New York (New York City), Los Angeles (Los Angeles, California), Chicago, Pasadena (Pasadena, California), Washington (Washington, D.C.), Great Britain, Osaka, Guayaquil, Quito, Mexico City, Munich, Havana, Guadalajara (Guadalajara, Jalisco), Monterrey, Panamá (Panama), and São Paulo. Early life '''Camilo Alejandro Egas Silva''' was born in Quito, Ecuador in 1889 and grew up in the San Blas neighborhood. He studied at the College of San Gabriel y Mejia before enrolling, Egas studied at the Escuela de Bellas Artes in Quito in 1905. Ades, Dawn. ''Art in Latin America: The Modern Era 1820-1980.'' New Haven: Yale University Press, 2006: 343. ISBN 0-300-04561-1. He stayed at the school until 1911 and studied under Paul Bar and Víctor Puiz.In 1919, Egas studied at the Real Academia de Bellas Artes de San Fernando in Madrid on a second government grant. Born in Píntag, in the Quito district of Ecuador, Maldonado left home at a young age in order to observe and learn from nature. Both nature and the indigenous themes have been a fundamental inspiration for much of his work. Maldonado studied art at the School of Fine Arts in Guayaquil. By 1953, Maldonado was teaching drawing and art history at the American School of Guayaquil. In 1955, Maldonado traveled the Ecuadorian coast painting the people of the coast and landscapes. The statistics for '''Islam in Ecuador''' estimate a total Muslim population of about 275. commons:Quito


Allentown, Pennsylvania

. The Allentown Art Museum, located on North Fifth Street in Center City (Center City, Allentown, Pennsylvania), is home to a collection of more than 13,000 pieces of art, along with an associated library. The Baum School of Art, located in downtown Allentown at 5th and Linden Streets, offers credit and non-credit classes in painting, drawing, ceramics, fashion design, jewelry making and more. Nineteenth Street Theater has an 80-plus year history of producing theater in the Lehigh Valley


Florence

death_place Florence, Italy nationality Italian field Fresco, oil painting, portrait painting, drawing, sculpture training Accademia di Belle Arti Florence, Italy movement Realism (visual arts) DATE OF DEATH October 28, 1988 PLACE OF DEATH Florence, Italy Early years Thompson was born in the booming maritime city of Belfast, Ireland, the eldest son of a linen


Ecuador

variety of media including painting, drawing, printmaking and mosaics. He began his education as a student of architecture at the Central University (Central University of Ecuador) of Quito in 1951. He worked in the workshop of Oswaldo Guayasamín and in 1959 Viteri assisted him on a mural commission for the Ministry of Public Works. During the 1960s he focused on painting and studying anthropology and folklore, In 1966, he finished his degree in architecture and Viteri was appointed director of the Ecuadorian Institute of Folklore. He began to explore more experimental techniques of art making incorporating collage and objects into his canvases. He made his first assemblage works in 1968 and appeared in his first "Happening" that same year in Quito. He began to exhibit his work internationally in the 1960s including the 1964 Bienale of Córdoba (Córdoba (Argentina)), Argentina, and the 1969 São Paulo Bienal for which he received honorable mention. His work became more sculptural in the 1970s such as his Multiples series of assemblage works that used rag dolls and other found objects. He has been twice candidate to the Prince of Asturias Awards. International student presence at the University has been steady. In recent years, students from Bolivia, Colombia, Ecuador, Paraguay, Panama, France, Ghana, Japan, Taiwan, Thailand, Nicaragua and the United States have attended the school.


Slovakia

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Switzerland

SWIFT date 6 June 2008 right thumb 240px ''Portrait of a Young Man'', 1518, oil on wood, 43 x 32 cm, Hermitage Museum, St Petersburg. (Image:Ambrosius Holbein 002.jpg) '''Ambrosius Holbein''' (c. 1494 – c. 1519) was a German (Germany) and Swiss (Switzerland) artist in painting, drawing and printmaking. __NOTOC__ * February – Julian (Julian the Apostate), Roman Caesar (Caesar (title)), is proclaimed emperor by the Gallic (Gaul) legions in Lutetia

of Istanbul , but dropped out to devote himself to painting, drawing and writing. His articles and cartoons were soon being published in newspapers and magazines, and in 1933 he and five other young innovative painters founded the “Group D (List of Turkish painters)”, which held several exhibitions of their work. At around the same time, he illustrated Nazım Hikmet (Nazim Hikmet)’s books of poetry thumb right 200px Johann Jakob Grynaeus. (Image:Grynaeus.jpg) '''Johann Jakob Grynaeus


Argentina

; Satmex maintains its own satellite fleet with most of the fleet being Mexican designed and built. '''Oswaldo Viteri''' (born Ambato (Ambato, Ecuador), Ecuador, 1931) is a neo-figurative artist. Viteri gained recognition for his assemblage work but has worked in a wide variety of media including painting, drawing, printmaking and mosaics. He began his education as a student of architecture at the Central University (Central University of Ecuador) of Quito in 1951. He worked in the workshop of Oswaldo Guayasamín and in 1959 Viteri assisted him on a mural commission for the Ministry of Public Works. During the 1960s he focused on painting and studying anthropology and folklore, In 1966, he finished his degree in architecture and Viteri was appointed director of the Ecuadorian Institute of Folklore. He began to explore more experimental techniques of art making incorporating collage and objects into his canvases. He made his first assemblage works in 1968 and appeared in his first "Happening" that same year in Quito. He began to exhibit his work internationally in the 1960s including the 1964 Bienale of Córdoba (Córdoba (Argentina)), Argentina, and the 1969 São Paulo Bienal for which he received honorable mention. His work became more sculptural in the 1970s such as his Multiples series of assemblage works that used rag dolls and other found objects. He has been twice candidate to the Prince of Asturias Awards. Cover versions The song has been covered by numerous bands over the years, including Blaggers ITA, Arcade Fire, Unwritten Law, Dropkick Murphys, Rancid (Rancid (band)), Jeff Klein, The Bandits, Nouvelle Vague (Nouvelle Vague (band)), Calexico (Calexico (band)), Commons:Category:Argentina Wikipedia:Argentina Dmoz:Regional South America Argentina


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