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ART AND THE NEW URBANISM: A Conversation with Leon Krier

“One day I went to a lecture by Leon Krier, the man who designed the English model town of Poundbury for the Prince of Wales. Krier gave a […]

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FROM 30A TO SOHO AND BACK

Anne Hunter has been involved with the 30A arts, events, and business scene for 10 years. She moved to 30A in the spring of 2004 when hired by […]

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ANNE HUNTER RETURNS TO THE ‘A’ WITH A NEW GALLERY

Anne Hunter, an iconic mover and shaker on 30A for more than a decade, has returned to do it again. Hunter moved to 30A and opened Fonville Press […]

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MOVED BY WATER EXHIBIT OPENS IN SEASIDE

In 2012, Richie Gudzan was a corporate executive who set out on a side venture that has now become his passion. Gudzan started a rootsy little clothing brand […]

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Aranka Israni Captures A New Perspective

For its eighth consecutive year covering NYC Fashion Week, VIE has invited fine art photographer Aranka Israni to create a special feature by contributing her unique perspective on fashion. Born in Seattle, […]

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The Art In Fishing

While doodling during a church sermon or in class at school might be frowned upon as a sign of disrespect, for 32 year-old Richie Gudzan, doodling was an […]

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Tucker Robbins: Passion for Primitive

Though he may not have made his official piece until 1986, Tucker Robbins has always been an artist; and the Connecticut native grew up with a deep appreciation […]

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Andres Duany: Vintage Seaside

  “Grayton Beach is the just the setting to illustrate an article on Seaside as it was meant to be. Thirty five years ago, it was on this […]

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Antoine Verglas: Picturing The Past

“Seaside m a surpris par son accueil chaleureux sa population si acceuillante  et sa formidable et paisible  tranquilite.  Quel plaisir de passer un’ peu de temps au sein […]

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Gallery Girl

As a child standing in front of Georgia O’Keefe paintings in museums or squirming in her seat during an opera, Anne Hunter may not have realized that the […]

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