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Adobe announces huge update to its Lightroom Ecosystem

Adobe announces huge update to its Lightroom Ecosystem AoiroStudioFeb 20, 2019 It's been a longtime coming and it's nice to see an from Lightroom, they have introduced huge updates including the all-new Sensei-powered feature called Enhance Details. Combining the power of machine learning and computational photograph that takes a brand new approach to RAW photos. This feature is now available in Adobe Camera Raw, Lightroom Classic CC, and Lightroom CC for Mac...
Tags: Design, Nikon, Bayer, Lightroom Cc, Pano, Lightroom Ecosystem, Lightroom Ecosystem AoiroStudioFeb, Lightroom CC for Mac


SendCutSend: A Speedy Outsourcing Service for Laser Cutting Metal

For prototyping parts in metal, a laser cutter comes in dang handy…if you can afford one. For those of you who can't yet justify the cost, yet would like to make prototypes out of metal, an outsourcing service called SendCutSend offers an affordable alternative with speedy delivery times. They stock a variety of metals--aluminum, brass, copper, stainless steel, cold rolled carbon steel and hot rolled carbon steel--in at least two different thicknesses. Brass and copper max out at a 4'x4' shee...
Tags: Design, Digital Fabrication


Call for Entries: Society of Women Artists Annual Exhibition 2019

The Society of Women Artists (SWA) published its brand new website today - just prior to the start of the digital submissions to its 2019 Annual Exhibition The website is a huge improvement and... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]] [Author: Making A Mark]
Tags: Art, Making A Mark, Society of Women Artists SWA


Two Presenters are Better than One

I recently spent time taking part in a show where the presenters were delivering an academic presentation in a fun and engaging way. When I stopped to think about what it was they did that made the presentation so impactful, I realized it had less to do with the content and more to do with the tag-team effort of the two presenters. You see, at Ethos3, we work with presenters on more than just the creation of their content. We have created a proven method to take even the least exciting presentat...
Tags: Design, Deliver, Public Speaking, Presentation, Develop, Speaking, Presenters, Presenter, Presentation Hacks, Two Is Better Than One, Two Presenters


Stephanie Gabriel to Head Up Marianne Boesky

Stephanie Gabriel, previously a partner at Lehmann Maupin Gallery, will take over as director of Marianne Boesky Art News reports.  “Stephanie brings with her an incredible record of gallery leadership and wide range of long-standing relationships with artists and curators that will prove invaluable to our growing operations,” Boesky said in a statement.” Read more at […]
Tags: Art, News, Art News, Minipost, Stephanie, Marianne Boesky, Boesky, Lehmann Maupin Gallery, Stephanie Gabriel


Sphero's BB-8 Rolled into Robot Fame. Their RVR Prototypes Open Up a Much Wider Universe of Possibilities.

Sphero's RVR prototypes expand on the functionality that made their BB-8 bot a household name. Late one night in 2015, the Sphero team gathered in their Boulder, Colorado, offices to watch Star Wars Celebration Live, a 30-hour live stream hyping the first new Star Wars movie to come out in 10 years. The team knew something other fans didn't: this would be fans' first look at BB-8, a lovable new droid character. Disney had licensed their team to make it, but no one had spoken publicly about it...
Tags: Apple, Design, Microsoft, Crowdfunding, Disney, Nintendo, Boulder, Roomba, Sphero, Wilson, Kathleen Kennedy, Kalman, BURNETT, J J Abrams, Boulder Colorado, Ryan Burnett


Graduate Assistantships in Arts Administration

Two open positions for the 19-20 academic year, including hourly pay and tuition benefits. Jump-start your career in arts administration by earning a Master’s in 15 months at Le Moyne College in Syracuse, NY. Two Graduate Assistant positions are devoted to our program, providing students with hands-on marketing, fundraising, and management experience while completing our program. MORE INFORMATION
Tags: Art, Education, Syracuse NY, Le Moyne College


Jasper Johns Profiled in NYT

Jasper Johns gets a NYT profile this week, as he embarks on several busy months, leading up to a maj0r retrospective of his work at The Whitney.   The expansive piece charts the artist’s life and work, and his encounters in the post-war art scene in New York. Read more at NYT
Tags: Art, News, Art News, Jasper Johns, Minipost, New York Read, Jasper Johns Profiled


Your Furniture Design Moodboard: Winning Furniture Projects from A’ Design 2018

The purpose of this post is twofold. Not only is it a roundup of ten award-winning works that are worthy of your design inspiration mood board (go ahead and bookmark the page for use later!), it’s also a reminder that this is the last call for entries for the A’ Design Award and Competition, a competition that covers almost all categories of design. Furniture consistently ranks in the top 3 of A’ Design’s award categories, and we’ve pulled 10 noteworthy design from a hefty bunch.We look at the t...
Tags: Design, Living, Awards, Furniture, Best Of, Product Design, Exo, Urdu, Stainless Steel, Nick Baker, A' Design Award and Competition, Moodboard, Svilen Gamolov, Timmy Kwok, Cintia Miyahira, Romulo Teixeira


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The Use of Behavioral Science Has Moved Beyond Marketing

Marketers have been using behavioral economics to understand and exploit the irrationality of consumers long before the Golden Age of Advertising. By employing simple marketing tactics such as “buy now, pay later,” inflated value pricing, or decoy alternatives, marketers have been able to effectively steer or in some cases, manipulate customers to buy products or […]
Tags: Ecommerce, Design, Customer Experience, Behavioral Economics, Design Thinking, B2C Marketing


What If We’re Trying To Find The Theory Of Everything In The Wrong Places?

“The ascension to the tenth level of intellectual heaven would be if we find the question to which the universe is the answer, and the nature of that question in and of itself explains why it was possible to describe it in so many different ways.” It’s as though physics has been turned inside out. It now appears that the answers already surround us. It’s the question we don’t know. – The New Yorker
Tags: Art, Ideas, 02.19.19


Louvre Aims to Loan Salvator Mundi for Da Vinci Show

The Louvre is aiming to request a loan for Salvator Mundi, the Da Vinci work sold for $450 million in 2017, for a major retrospective on the artist’s work. “I confirm the Musée du Louvre has asked for the loan of the Salvator Mundi for its October exhibition and truly wishes to exhibit the artwork,” a […]
Tags: Art, News, Louvre, Art News, Minipost, Da Vinci, Salvator Mundi


Whimsy + Indulgence at Art Los Angeles Contemporary’s 10th Annual Art Fair

Santa Monica's ALAC celebrates the playfulness of art on show Away from the hubbub of Frieze Los Angeles and the intimacy of the Felix Art Fair, Art Los Angeles Contemporary (ALAC) celebrated its 10th anniversary this past weekend. Occupying the Barker Hangar in Santa Monica Airport, the fair felt comfortable in its own Olson Kundig-designed skin. Some 100 exhibitors—drawn from 19 countries—presented thoughtful, diverse and provocative pieces. Highlights were found everywhere. And …
Tags: Design, Los Angeles, Culture, Art Fairs, Santa Monica, Barker Hangar, Olson Kundig, Art Los Angeles Contemporary, Santa Monica Airport, Alac, Frieze Los Angeles, Felix Art Fair Art Los Angeles Contemporary ALAC


The M-Wall is probably the first wall with a user experience

The M-Wall combines technology, beauty, and a user experience. Taking wall paneling and turning them into products/experiences, the M-Wall actually makes the wall a series of services, rather than a blank canvas. The soft, rounded paneling looks incredibly friendly, and hosts everything from clocks, thermostats, televisions, cabinets, lighting, speakers, and soft-boards, helping the wall transition from space to form.The M-Wall conceptually isn’t completely new. Kitchens have for a long time com...
Tags: Home, Design, Interiors, Product Design, Marie Kondo, Red Dot Awards: Design Concept, Red Dot Concept 2018, Lin Chengyou, M-Wall, Tong Zhiqiang, Wang Fuyang


6 eco-friendly ways to incorporate hemp into your daily routine

After decades of “reefer madness”, the misinformation about Cannabis is finally starting to disappear, and the truth is coming out about the many benefits of the magical plant. However, many still don’t know the difference between cannabis, marijuana and hemp, and continue to believe they are one and the same — but, they are not. So, what are the many uses of hemp? Read on to find out. In a nutshell, cannabis is a family of plants that have two major classifications: Cannabis Indica and Cannabi...
Tags: Design, Clothing, Environment, Features, United States, Pesticides, Porsche, Fiber, Paper, Hemp, Plant, Green Products, Omega, Eco-friendly, Trump, Natural Products


MacDowell Colony Gets A New Director

Himberg is joining the 112-year-old MacDowell Colony from the Sundance Institute, where he served as the artistic director of Sundance’s theater program for the past 23 years. He will be based at the organization’s New York office and will work closely with David Macy, MacDowell’s resident director at the organization’s facility in Peterborough, N.H. – The New York Times
Tags: Art, New York, Issues, Peterborough, Sundance, Sundance Institute, MacDowell Colony, 02.18.19, Himberg, David Macy MacDowell


Nan Goldin Threatens Boycott of National Portrait Gallery Over Sackler Family Support

Nan Goldin will turn down a retrospective of her work at Britain’s National Portrait Gallery if it accepts a gift of £1 million from the Sackler family, threatening to boycott the gallery over its involvement in the manufacture of OxyContin.  “I will not do the show,” Goldin says. “I have been invited to have a retrospective at […]
Tags: Art, News, Britain, National Portrait Gallery, Art News, Minipost, Nan Goldin, Goldin, Sackler, Nan Goldin Threatens Boycott


What are Our Writing Tools Doing To Writing? (And Reading?)

Writing is so influenced by the machines we write with. The process of creating something is shaped by the tools. Ergo, what we write is also shaped? And how about readers? With constant demands on their attention, with screens and email and notifications, the process of reading has changed. What’s a writer to do? – The New Yorker
Tags: Art, Words, 02.19.19


How Your Body And Your Brain Work Together To Perceive The World

If you pay attention to your heart and bodily responses, they can tell you how you are feeling, and allow you to share in the emotions of others. Interoception can enhance the depth of our own emotions, emotionally bind us to those around us, and guide our intuitive instincts. We are now learning just how much the way we think and feel is shaped by this dynamic interaction between body and brain. – Aeon
Tags: Art, Uncategorized, World, 02.15.19


Environmental activists to take legal action against US Steel for polluting

Environmentalists are taking legal action against United States Steel Corporation (U.S. Steel) because of pollution in Pittsburg’s Mon Valley. The Clean Air Council and PennEnvironment are suing the steel manufacturer for violating the Clean Air Act after a fire broke out at a facility in Clairton, Pennsylvania. “We cannot expect families to sustain this kind of health burden and trauma, and we cannot expect kids to learn, grow and flourish when they are confined to their homes, unable to breat...
Tags: Design, News, California, Environment, Pollution, Air Quality, Clean Air Act, Pittsburg, U.S. Steel, Clairton, US Steel, Mon Valley, Clairton Pennsylvania, Deemer, Clean Air Council, PennEnvironment


Beckett’s ‘Rockaby’ Set by William Osborne

In Rockaby we hear the whispered thoughts of an old woman during the last twenty-five minutes of her life accompanied by the dirge of four distant trombones. “Those arms at last…”Abbie Conant, actress, singer, all four trombones– Jan Herman
Tags: Art, Ajblogs, Beckett, William Osborne, Abbie Conant, 02.19.19, Rockaby


Recent Listening: Dave Young And Friends

Dave Young, Lotus Blossom (Modica Music)Young, the bassist praised by Oscar Peterson for his “harmonic simpatico and unerring sense of time” when he was a member of Peterson’s trio, leads seven gifted fellow Canadians. – Doug Ramsey
Tags: Art, Ajblogs, Peterson, Oscar Peterson, Dave Young, 02.19.19, Dave Young Lotus Blossom Modica


Creative Placemaking

Recently I had the pleasure of reconnecting with a friend and colleague. The Community Engagement Network hosted a conversation with Lyz Crane addressing the topic of creative placemaking and community engagement. – Doug Borwick
Tags: Art, Ajblogs, 02.19.19, Community Engagement Network, Lyz Crane


Ai Weiwei And Frank Gehry, Sitting Around And Talking

Ai: “When I see your earlier work, the models that look like you crumpled up a piece of paper that you were going to throw out, I think that’s a breakthrough.” Gehry: “You know, I grew up in the art world — this was the way I wanted to work, more hands-on, sort of like the way you work.” – T — The New York Times Style Magazine
Tags: Art, People, Frank Gehry, Gehry, 02.12.19


Faces in Books

Creative sculptures feature realistic human faces on pages of metal books. Faces in Books – bronze sculptures by talented Italian artist Paola Grizi. Also check out: Shoes with Faces
Tags: Design, Inspiration, Paola Grizi


Here’s A Good Primer On The Challenges (And Accomplishments So Far) Of Artificial Intelligence

In his masterpiece, “The Lady of Shalott”, Alfred Tennyson describes a character from the Arthurian legend who is cursed to remain in a tower, looking at the world only through a mirror, and weaving the “mirror’s magic sights” into her web. AI today is, it seems, in its Lady of Shalott stage, trying to weave four-dimensional reality into a two-dimensional web by looking into the dim, distorting, and often deceptive mirror of data. – 3 Quarks Daily
Tags: Art, Ideas, Alfred Tennyson, 02.18.19


Frank Stella To Sell Part of Collection at Christie’s

Frank Stella is profiled in the NYT this week, showcasing his art collection and the group of works he will sell from it at Christie’s later this year.  “It’s nice to come home and look at paintings. I don’t have to look at my own paintings. To me, it’s a relief,” he says. “I like seeing them […]
Tags: Art, News, Art News, Minipost, Christie, Frank Stella


Met Hands Over Looted Egyptian Coffin

The Metropolitan Museum of Art has announced that it has handed over a first-century BC gilded coffin to the Manhattan district attorney for return to the Egyptian government upon discovering the item was looted in 2011. “I can tell you that the provenance file we provided to the Metropolitan Museum, to my best knowledge, was absolutely correct,” […]
Tags: Art, News, Manhattan, Art News, Metropolitan Museum Of Art, Minipost


Hilton Als Writes on James Baldwin for Paris Review

Writer Hilton Als has a piece this week in The Paris Review, discussing the exhibition he curated around the life James Baldwin at David Zwirner. “The first part of the exhibition is rooted in biography, and the second part is about metaphor: artists making the art Baldwin could not make himself,” Als writes.  Read more at […]
Tags: Art, News, Art News, Minipost, James Baldwin, Paris Review, Baldwin, David Zwirner, Hilton Als



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