a motion-picture theater specializing in the exhibition of art films.
But all the studios like Paramount that do art house films passed on it.
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There was an art house in the town way upstate in New York where I was teaching and I went to every movie that opened there.
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If you are lucky enough to live close to an art house theater that has picked up Still Bill, go now.
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a cinema which specializes in showing films which are not part of the commercial mainstream
of or relating to such films or a cinema which specializes in showing them
(as modifier): the surprise art-house hit of the season
- Art installation
noun a large sculpture-like artwork which alters the way a space is experienced, as a gallery; an exhibition of such artworks Examples An art installation means taking a large interior and loading it with disparate items that evoke complex and multiple associations and thoughts, longings, and moods. Word Origin c 1960
plural of . a unit of weight used in Islamic countries, varying widely in value, but of the order of the pound. a varying unit of dry measure, used in the same areas. noun a plural of rotl noun (pl) rotls, artal (ˈɑːtɑːl) a unit of weight used in Muslim countries, varying in value between […]
a unit of weight used in Islamic countries, varying widely in value, but of the order of the pound. a varying unit of dry measure, used in the same areas. noun (pl) rotls, artal (ˈɑːtɑːl) a unit of weight used in Muslim countries, varying in value between about one and five pounds
(“Longimanus”) died 424 b.c, king of Persia 464–24. (“Mnemon”) died 359? b.c, king of Persia 404?–359?. Historical Examples He was cupbearer to artaxerxes, a position of much ease and wealth. Training the Teacher A. F. Schauffler artaxerxes married two of his daughters.1688 The Ptolemies adopted this practice. Folkways William Graham Sumner Of the internal administration […]