Curious arts


See also: Curious

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
References in classic literature ?
Pena, that the Queen Mother, who was given to curious arts, caused the King her husband's nativity to be calculated, under a false name; and the astrologer gave a judgment, that he should be killed in a duel; at which the Queen laughed, thinking her husband to be above challenges and duels: but he was slain upon a course at tilt, the splinters of the staff of Montgomery going in at his beaver.
The brooch itself is of most curious art, Cellini never made a fairer thing To please the great Lorenzo.
CURIOUS Arts Festival is coming to Arc in Stockton.
The Curious Festival is run each year by local not-for-profit organisation Curious Arts and is now it its fourth year.
ARTS COUNCIL AWARD Curious Arts Festival The third annual festival again gave LGBTQ artists a platform, providing workshops, events and discussions.
A special programme of entertainment is to be hosted for the first time by Curious Arts organisation, which will take over stage slots in the festival's Community Village over its three-day run in Newcastle.
Curious Festival is run each year by local not-for-profit organisation Curious Arts with the aim of celebrating and exploring LGBTQ culture through the arts.
Trollope spoke to promote her appearance at the Curious Arts Festival in Hampshire in July.
Tomorrow, the launch of a book called Curious Arts No.6 by Susan Brind and Jim Harold will be a highlight, with newly commissioned performances all day.
As Hutton put it, although Birmingham "had held a considerable degree of eminence before this, yet at this period the curious arts began to take root and were cultivated by the hand of genius".
He would be a hafiz and osuo both, that Asoka, because at 15 he was already acquainted with the arcane charms of the Ekpe cults in the Cameroons and the curious arts of the Konkombe tribes of the Oti Plain.
Darren Henley, chief executive of Arts Council England, also gave a speech before presenting the Arts Council Award to organisers of the Curious Arts Festival.