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Ron Eady’s enigmatic encaustics: March 1 to 4

Encaustic artist (and SCOPE contributor) Ron Eady will be exhibiting in Toronto from Thursday to Sunday (March 1 to 4) as part of the 200-artist extravaganza that is The Artist Project, held in the Queen Elizabeth Building at Exhibition Place.

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Before corporations were people

The protection of corporate “speech” has been a contentious subject in the United States, most recently so in the Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission decision of 2010, in which the U.S. Supreme Court used the First Amendment to prohibit

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Marguerita + ping pong

SCOPE readers in the NYC area will want to mark their calendars for next Friday the 24th, 7.00-10.00pm, which is the opening reception for a solo exhibition by renowned illustrator, artist, and sculptor Marguerita Bornstein. The exhibition is hosted by

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Gettin’ across

New Zealand is getting closer to building the final link in a regional walking and cycling network that has been split by the lack of a route across Auckland’s Harbour Bridge. Copeland Associates Architects were commissioned last year to design

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North Korea’s opportunity, South Korea’s long moment

Although most eyes are focused on Iran and Syria as the highest-risk areas for military conflict in the near term, North Korea remains worryingly close to the center of war planners’ desks. While the possession (and feared proliferation) of nuclear

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Our hopes, in limpid pastel

It is hard to pin down a mental image of what the intangible world of aspirations might look like for any one person — much less for a whole class or a country — but the airy and blossomed sky-houses

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