Using Theatre To Provoke Debate

“Wise Fool, founded in Santa Fe almost 20 years ago as both a performing arts and social justice advocacy organization, combines clowning and circus artistry with storytelling in its popular productions, some of which have become holiday traditions — such as the Circus Luminous show held at the Lensic Performing Arts Center each year on the weekend after Thanksgiving.” – Santa Fe New Mexican
Tags: Art, Uncategorized, Santa Fe, SJ, 12.29.18, Lensic Performing Arts Center

Music For Social Action? Let’s Help Students Acquire The Tools For Music, Says Rapper

Through the Voice For Change workshops, Australian hip hop artists such as Melbourne-based rapper Mantra, will be taking to schools around Australia to not only equip young people with skills in making music, but to challenge them to find and pursue their passions. “I’ve seen the impact music and art can have when it connects with people on an issue they relate to,” says Mantra. – Beat
Tags: Art, Australia, Uncategorized, Melbourne, SJM, 12.29.18, Voice For Change


[Author: Kjell Varvin]
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[Author: Kjell Varvin]
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3D Block Memo Pad

Creative note pad with integrated hidden three-dimensional paper sculptures. 3D objects are slowly revealed when you use the Omoshiroi Block memo pad designed by Japanese company Triad. Also check out: Creative Sticky Notes
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London – Chiharu Shiota: “Me Somewhere Else” at Blain|Southern Through January 19th, 2018

Chiharu Shiota, Me Somewhere Else (2018), via Blain Southern Japanese-born, Berlin-based artist Chiharu Shiota brings her signature techniques in environmental installation to bear at Blain|Southern this fall for her first exhibition at the gallery’s London space. Compiling a selection of new works that include a new site-specific installation, along with sculpture and works on canvas, […]
Tags: Art, London, Berlin, Show, Art News, Featured Post, Blain, Blain Southern, Chiharu Shiota

These Carbon-fiber Spectacles are Unbreakable and Unshakeable

As a person who’s worn prescription glasses since I was 6 years old, I can safely say that it’s an absolute pain in my rear to A. wear sunglasses, B. wear protective eyewear like goggles or masks, and C. wear VR headsets. Prescription eyewear can be somewhat of a hindrance, often coming in the way of goggles or headsets (I couldn’t try on half the headsets I saw at CES), and this is slowly becoming a disability problem, given that roughly 60% of the world has less than 20/20 vision.The glasses...
Tags: Deals, Design, Eyewear, Popular, Product Design, Random, Carbon Fiber Composite frames, Nuke Optics

Best of CH 2018: Link About It

Our take on the best thoughtful, eccentric and inspiring stories from the internet this year Beyond what we create ourselves at CH, we’re always reading, watching and viewing content from publishers we admire. Each day we share some of the internet’s best in our Link section. This year, we were enthralled by stories about space, climate change, cultural phenomenons, empowering displays of art, ghost stories and …
Tags: Food, Space, Science, Design, Internet, Climate Change, Film, Environment, Tech, Nasa, Culture, Pollution, Food Waste, Lgbtq, Ai, Linkaboutit

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