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Culture notes: ‘Exhibition’ series onscreen; steamrolling at Print Big 2013; vintage marketplace

International art exhibits onscreen
The High Museum of Art has imported masterworks in exhibits including “Frida & Diego: Passion, Politics and Painting” (through May 12) and “Girl With a Pearl Earring: Dutch Paintings from the Mauritshuis” (opening June 23). Now Atlantans can get further exposure to international art riches through a film series, “Exhibition,” that opens with a tour of an Edouard Manet exhibit at London’s Royal Academy of Arts at 7:30 p.m. April 11  at seven metro theaters. Future cinematic tours, hosted by art historian Tim Marlow, visit exhibits of Edvard Munch (June 27) and “Girl With a Pearl” creator Johannes Vermeer (Oct. 10). Theater list, tickets ($12.50): HOWARD POUSNER

Steamrolling at Printmakers Studio
How big are the prints being created at Print Big 2013, the fourth annual event presented by the Atlanta Printmakers Studio from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. April 13. So big that it will take a steamroller to print the 4-feet-by-8-feet woodblocks carved by 10 participating groups. Festivities at the free gathering include hands-on printmaking activities, studio tours, music, food and the chance to view and purchase irreverent work by the Mississippi printmaker who goes by the name Sean Starwars. The studio is in the Metropolitan Business and Arts District complex at 675 Metropolitan Parkway, Atlanta. HOWARD POUSNER

Old is new at this marketplace

If you like “upcycled” crafts and furniture in the vein of the trendy goods sold on, the Revival’s Vintage Marketplace will likely appeal. To be held 9 a.m.-5 p.m. April 13 and 10 a.m.-5 p.m. April 14 at the Goat Farm Arts Center in west Midtown, the marketplace will feature more than 75 vendors of vintage merchandise, folk art, design workshops, music and food. $5; free under age 12. 1200 Foster St. N.W., Atlanta. HOWARD POUSNER

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