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September 02, 2014 A Generation Not Lost

Edge e-mag writes on POBA’s added focus on the generation of artists lost to AIDS and POBA seeks nominations for showcasing more onsite. Read full article.

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July 25, 2014 Breaking New Ground

POBA | Where the Arts Live has partnered with the Provincetown Art Association and Museum (PAAM) to posthumously celebrate artists from America’s oldest active arts colony, beginning today with the first-ever online exhibition of work by abstract expressionists Lillian Orlowsky (1914-2008) and William Freed (1928 – 1984). a title=”Partner Selects” href=””>See full details.

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July 17, 2014 Born to Dance: Clark Tippet

Ballet is the mother of all modern dance known today. While ballet emerged as a dance form almost 500 years ago, Clark Tippet brought it to new heights in his short, stunning career as Principal Dancer for the American Ballet Theatre and as a choreographer for ABT and other ballet companies. Take a look at […]

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July 16, 2014 POBA Selects: The Inaugural Artists

POBA began with a feature on three artists ranging in age from 16 to 90 years of age. While all painted, two also created furniture, clay and ceramic works. Several also were writers. POBA features the paintings and illustrations of these three exceptional talents: Blake Van Hoof Packard, Jamie Bernard and Nancy Whorf. Blake Van […]

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July 15, 2014 It’s Official! POBA launches full site today. Bye-bye Beta.

Giving new life to creative legacies, online service empowers families and reps to preserve, display and promote under-recognized works of art. Founded by family of young deceased artist, POBA | Where the Arts Live launches with collection of rare works. Read full story.

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July 11, 2014 Artists Behind The Artists

While great talent is born, it is also made. The artistry of Carol Carlisle and Leopold Allen, working in two very different realms, shows how great artists performances and creations rely upon and spring from the artistry of others. In an era when photography was still suspect as an art form, Carol Carlisle was the […]

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