How can artists explore new technologies while fighting sustainability?

Clearly, technological innovations are changing the way art is created and shared, allowing artists to reach new audiences beyond the conventional boundaries of the art world. To know: Facebook Open Arts has partnered with the Helsinki Biennale, the world’s first sustainability-focused art biennial, making its program available not only to …

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L’Chaim cocktails you can prepare for the sukkah

Michel hayes, the Director and Beverage Manager of Gruit Garden + Eatery in Prospect Lefferts Gardens, Brooklyn, provides a quick guide on how to make mixed drinks and offers 2 specific drinks that can be made at home and enjoyed for a the chaim in the sukkah. Whole story By …

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Artist paints harsh emotions – The Daily Evergreen

Pandemic and loss of graduation lead artist to create artwork depicting anxiety and depression A former WSU student turned her anxiety and frustration over the pandemic into jaw-dropping works of art. Class 2021 graduate Jobana Leon said she started doing art in middle school, which eventually led her to develop …

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Bar review: The other room | L Magazine

Guests order cocktails from the bar and staff members follow up on service. Taylor said bartenders would work with patrons, asking them about their likes and dislikes for alcohol, to create a personal cocktail made to their preferences. He hopes patrons enjoy the mix and creative expertise of The Other …

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Wildlife photographer caught passing composites off as real photos

A wildlife photographer is in hot water this week after other photographers noticed that many of his photos were in fact composites in which animals were digitally inserted into beautiful landscapes captured by other photographers. Photo thieves, the online ‘wall of shame’ dedicated to exposing photographers sharing other people’s work …

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Contemporary French artist Auguste partners with Metaverse Blockchain Company Coinllectibles ™ ️ to create Fusion NFT ™ ️

SINGAPORE, September 22, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Coinllectibles ™ ️, a metaverse blockchain company and a wholly owned subsidiary of Cosmos Group Holdings Inc. (OTC: COSG), is pleased to announce the collaboration with contemporary French artist Auguste to create a genre “Auguste x Coinllectibles ™ ️ Crossover Fusion NFT …

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Non-structures & palimpsest: photography as a register of urban regeneration and real estate speculation

Non-structures & palimpsest: photography as a register of urban regeneration and real estate speculation “Unsustainable structures”, 3. Image © Francisco Ibáñez Hantke To share To share Facebook Twitter Pinterest WhatsApp Mail Or https://www.archdaily.com/968713/non-structures-and-palimpsest-photography-as-a-register-for-urban-regeneration-and-real-estate-speculation In honor of World Photography Day (August 19), Chilean architect Francisco Ibáñez Hantke offers a perspective of …

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Meet the two candidates for mayor of Carrboro

Carrboro voters will vote to elect a new mayor in November, choosing between business owner and artist Mike Benson and city council member Damon Seils. Lydia Lavelle, the current mayor of Carrboro, has served for the past eight years and will not be running for re-election. However, she is happy …

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Carol Ann Longtine | News, Sports, Jobs

CHOCOLAY TOWNSHIP, MI – Carol Ann Longtine, 72, of Chocolay Township, came into eternal life on Thursday, September 16, 2021 at UP Health System – Marquette. Born December 12, 1948 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, daughter of John A. “Pops” and Cécelia M. “Baba” (Gmuca) Schultz, Carol grew up in Pittsburgh and …

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How Victoria Police Pepper Sprayed An Aged Photographer

Anti-lockdown protests turned violent in Melbourne over the weekend when police clashed with more than 700 protesters on the streets of Richmond in the city center. More than 230 people were arrested and ten police officers injured as the initially peaceful march turned into violent clashes, with projectiles thrown at …

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Inside Janet Wolery’s latest exhibition

A sparkling glass plate with a seahorse motif created by Janet Wolery, on display during her exhibition at the Glass Axis Gallery. Credit: Morgan Gibbs | Journalist Lantern As a child, Dr Janet Wolery melted her first works of glass art in her father’s oven. Now she works as a …

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Artist Oscar Wang on Collaboration, Cartoons, and Chinese Gen Z

This exclusive interview with Oscar Wang is part of Jing Daily’s bi-weekly Collabs and Drops newsletter – your 360-degree glimpse into the world of collaboration. Subscribe here. You might expect cartoon animal characters to be reserved for children’s TV shows and movies, but Stella McCartney and Fendi made them the …

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Start tackling that big goal you pushed back

We’re all busy, and when a goal seems expensive or the path to it isn’t clear, it’s often easier to just sit back and put it off until another day. The author offers three strategies to help us achieve our goals, even when the process may be frustrating or difficult: …

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10 most expensive paintings in the world

They claim that there is no must have in art since art is free. Paintings are the most beautiful artefacts because they show how painters can use their creativity and talents to transform a simple object into something remarkable. Artists strive to represent not only the outward appearance but also …

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ArtPrize artist seeks help after entry disappears

GRAND RAPIDS, Michigan – A Art Award the artist asks the community for help after one of his pieces disappears overnight. Kenn Vidro, an artist from Grandville, has been participating in the competition for nine years. His latest entry is titled “Pop Goes Grand Rapids”. The pop art piece features …

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How a century-old classic cocktail still makes a splash

You can almost taste it before it arrives. and can certainly visualize it – a sparkling rock crystal glass with a striking ruby-colored liquid, a slice of orange or orange peel floating above it. It’s the weekend and if you’re a cocktail fanatic, we’re sure you already have a glass …

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Artist renderings of the new Clippers arena: The Intuit Dome

The Clippers announced Friday morning that their new arena in Inglewood, slated to open before the 2024-25 season, will be The Intuit Dome. Then they organized a revolutionary celebration. The 18,000-seat arena features unique architecture, roaring acoustics, cutting-edge technology and over a thousand toilets. Inside the new Clippers arena, there …

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Artist combines figures, flowers – Times-Standard

Watercolourist Joyce Jonte and ceramic artist Loryn White are featured this month at the Arcata Craftsmen Cooperative Gallery, 883 H St., Arcata. The gallery consists of 24 local artists who cooperate to run the business while exhibiting their work, all made in Humboldt County. The gallery offers unique artwork and …

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Lesser Known Facts about the ‘Picasso of India’

One of the most enigmatic and internationally recognized Indian artists, Maqbool Fida Husain is also known as MF Husain. Born September 17, 1915, Husain portrayed human circumstances with vivid, vibrant colors and performed various subjects in series. Popularly nicknamed the “Picasso of India”, he treated his paintings in a modified …

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Salud, sip and sing along with Canción

By Christina Fuoco-Karasinski When Roger and Alisa Clyne nicknamed their tequila Mexican Moonshine, they thought it was a funny nickname that played one of his Peacemakers songs well. When moonshine corn whiskey first appeared in the United States, it had a negative impact on Mexican Moonshine. “It was very confusing …

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Raising a negroni – Hindu

It’s Negroni Week, and while experiences are welcome, let’s not make the Italian cocktail unrecognizable In 2014, about a year before the negroni became such a cult following in the American craft bar and cocktail circuit, I found myself alone in Florence, a city I had never visited before. It …

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Photographer reveals twist in 9/11 Falling Man story

The September 11 attacks changed America and the world forever. On the 20th anniversary of the attacks, thousands of people will come together to pay tribute to the nearly 3,000 lives lost. Video / National Geographic DISCLAIMER: RELAXING CONTENT The photographer behind one of the most iconic images of September …

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Artist asks city of Santa Monica to save his artwork

SANTA MONICA, Calif .– Santa Monica Pier is where Route 66 meets the ocean, but few people think of the world under the pier, with the possible exception of artist Manfred Müller, who in the 1980s was struck by the quality of the cathedral-like space. , where man-made pillars of …

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John J. Bonoyer Jr., of Burrillville, dies at 53

Tuesday 07 September 2021 Boucher funeral home Enlarge + John J. Bonoyer Jr., 53, of Burrillville, passed away suddenly on Saturday, September 4, 2021 at Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston, MA. He was the loving husband of Angela B. (Poudrier) Bonoyer. They were married for 33 years. Born in …

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5 Investments New Wedding Photographers Should Make

Wedding photography is a very competitive genre that requires a lot of people looking to make it their career. And so, when you are getting started, it is important to do everything you can to give yourself the best chance for success. This great video tutorial features a seasoned wedding …

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Don Everly obituary | Pop and rock

The death of Don Everly at the age of 84 brings the curtain down on the Everly Brothers, the vocal duo that defined the rock ‘n’ roll duo and the sound of teenage angst. Their unmistakable harmonies are inspired by 700 years of Scottish Borders misery, taken via the Appalachians …

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Meet Phenom Kaito Photography – LA Weekly

From candid to conceptual and staged, editorial and documentary and from intimate to glamorous, from timeless to fashion, photographer Carlos “Kaito” Araujo works with some of pop culture’s most intriguing icons. The photographer and filmmaker arrived in Los Angeles at the age of 19 to work with Sean Combs as …

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Jeano Edwards returns home to shoot another face of Jamaica

Last year we booked Jeano Edwards as a Young Photographer to Watch as part of our Vision 2020 series. Over the following months he has been very busy collaborating with Adidas Originals and Wales Bonner and finished ‘EverWonderful’, her first photo book. Here, as this fully self-published project becomes available …

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This Mixology Bartender Kit from Amazon is on sale now

The products in this story are independently selected and presented in an editorial manner. If you make a purchase using these links, we may earn a commission. If you’re interested in mixology, or want to brush up on your bartending skills, now is the time. Summer is always here and …

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Country artist Clay Walker to perform in Minden on August 15

Drawing Heart and Experience Country artist Clay Walker is set to bring his rowdy honky-tonk performance to TJ Corral on Sunday, August 15 for the tour from Texas to Tennessee. The Texas to Tennessee album was released on July 30 and reflects Walker’s life and musical journey from Vidor, Texas …

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Jacolby Satterwhite’s Grub Street Diet

Jacolby Satterwhite and her bagel. Illustration: Maanvi Kapur On August 14, the Miller Institute for Contemporary Art at Carnegie Mellon University will debut Jacolby Satterwhite‘s “Spirits wandering the Earth”, The first solo investigation into the artist‘s work. This is one of the many projects that Satterwhite – which incorporates animation, …

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Featured photographer, painter in August

Photograph “West Pitch Winter” by Richard Plourde Submitted photo Sarah Martin’s “Bear” Submitted photo Richard Plourde’s photographs and Sarah Martin’s art are on display throughout August in the Woman’s Hospital Association’s rotating art gallery at Central Maine Medical Center in Lewiston. A resident of Lewiston, Plourde has always had a …

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