Associate Director of Artistic Planning

Seattle Opera is seeking a personable, detail oriented, well organized person with excellent financial skills. Must have great communication skills to work with a variety of personalities. This is your chance to work with excellent people in a wonderful work environment! This position supports the artistic and administrative work of the department by generating, maintaining and tracking all Artistic planning and project documents; managing Collective Bargaining Agreements; contrac...
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AO Auction Recap – New York: Post-War and Contemporary Evening Sales, November 13th – 14th, 2019

Ed Ruscha, Hurting the Word Radio #2 (1964), final price: $52,485,000, via Christie’s With the closing of sales last night in New York, the major auction houses have drawn the curtain on a busy year on the secondary market, capping a trio of strong outings for Post-War and Contemporary Art that have once again underscored the state of the […]
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Can Movies Help Preserve Indigenous Languages?

For decades, elders, activists, and linguists have sought to save North America’s indigenous languages, of which about a hundred and sixty-five remain. (There were around three hundred spoken on the continent when Europeans first arrived.) In recent years, film has proved especially fertile ground for this work. – The New Yorker
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Call for Applications: Master of Science in Leadership for Creative Enterprises at Northwestern University

The MS in Leadership for Creative Enterprises program develops leaders in business, innovation, and entrepreneurship across Entertainment, Media and the Arts. Earn your Master’s in One Year. Northwestern University’s MS in Leadership for Creative Enterprises program develops leaders in business, innovation, and entrepreneurship across Entertainment, Media and the Arts. Earn your Master’s in One Year. Our one-year cohort program fosters direct engagement with thought leaders sh...
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United Arts of Central Florida – President and CEO

United Arts of Central Florida (UA) collaborates with more than 60 arts and cultural organizations, individuals, businesses, local governments, and foundations to enhance the quality and variety of cultural experiences throughout Central Florida. Organization United Arts of Central Florida (UA) collaborates with more than 60 arts and cultural organizations, individuals, businesses, local governments, and foundations to enhance the quality and variety of cultural experiences throughou...
Tags: Art, Florida, Jobs, Seaworld, Orange County, Orlando, Boston MA, Seminole, Central Florida, UA, Phillips Center, Walt Disney Theater, Newbury Street Suite, Steinmetz Hall, Ms Wyona Lynch McWhite, Board Governance Committee

8 Branding Tips to Help Create A Rock-Solid Brand

When creating your brand, it’s so important that you think about everything, from your logo to the colour scheme and even the tag line too. As if that wasn’t enough, you also need to make sure that you have a strong message and a good support system. Here are 8 branding tips to help you create a rock-solid brand. 1. Customer Perception You may understand your brand and everything that it stands for, but do your customers? Ask your family and friends to give their opinion on any potential logo ...
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That's no stack of rocks, it's an osmosis between man and nature

Quebec architects propose a 48-storey tower in a forest, "a new relationship between humans and their natural habitat."
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Borbify Your Threads

Looking to fly-up your wardrobe? Have Your Threads Borbified! How? Easy. Email me for the physical mailing address. Respond by email with the article of clothing you will be sending, and the color palette you desire based on my paintings. Mail the duds to Borbay Studios, with a check and return address. When completed in …
Tags: Art, Clothing, Color, Fly, Contemporary Art, General Action, Borbay, Color Theory, Custom, Custom Clothing, Freshness, Great Gift, Unusual Gifts, Artistic Clothing, Borbified, Contemporary Art Clothing

Venice's worst flood in 50 years blamed on climate change

Venice is inundated with floodwaters, with more than 85 percent of the city, including its historic basilica and centuries-old buildings, experiencing floods. Both residents and tourists are forced to navigate streets in waist-high waters, prompting the Venetian mayor, Luigi Brugnaro, to issue a state of emergency for the city. Nearly a third of Venice’s 1,100 raised walkways are now overwhelmed by high water. While exceptionally high tides, called acqua alta, have occurred here every five years...
Tags: Design, Bbc, Npr, Venice, Adriatic, Luigi Brugnaro, Mose, Brugnaro, Punta della Salute, Apennines Mountains Similarly Venice

Waterstudio unveils the world's first floating timber tower

Amsterdam-based design firm Waterstudio is already well-known for its incredible floating architecture, but it continues to break ground in the world of innovative design. Now, the firm, which is led by Koen Olthuis, has unveiled the world’s first floating timber tower. Slated for the waters of Rotterdam, the tower is made out of CLT and will house office space, a public green park and a restaurant with a terrace. Waterstudio’s most recent project is a contemporary take on floating architecture...
Tags: Design, Architecture, Amsterdam, Solar Power, Rotterdam, Floating Houses, CLT, Waterstudio, Koen Olthuis, Olthuis, Floating Buildings, Timber Buildings, Wooden Towers, Clt Towers, Floating Timber Tower

Fukushima on track to become a renewable energy hub

In hopes of reinventing its image, new life is breathing into Fukushima, the Japanese northeastern prefecture that was devastated by a 2011 tsunami and consequent nuclear power plant meltdown. Fukushima, which is Japan’s third largest prefecture, is revitalizing and transforming into a renewable energy hub. Eight years ago, in March 2011, a magnitude-9.0 earthquake triggered a massive tsunami, overwhelming the Fukushima reactors and causing the worst nuclear disaster since the 1986 Chernobyl inc...
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SunUp is a solar panel system perfect for hikers and adventurers

Hikers and outdoor enthusiasts can finally enjoy a solar panel that combines efficiency and durability with the added ability to fit snugly on top of a backpack. Rather than having to decide between a power source that is either efficient or durable, the SunUp is both, meaning it can power explorers through nearly any adventure. Invented by Bradley Brister in collaboration with The North Face, SunUp was designed as a final-year project for his Product Design Engineering bachelor’s course at Bru...
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Moon Coins

Limited edition silver and brass coins designed to look like Earth’s full moon. Geographically correct 136,794,240:1 scale design of the surface texture of both near and far side of the moon. Coins minted by Shire Post Mint. Also check out: Stacked Coins
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BIGs LEED Gold-seeking school in Arlington features a cascade of green terraces

After five years in the making, BIG has completed The Heights, a new public school building in Arlington, Virginia that not only offers a unique and energy-efficient take on school architecture, but also helps maximize density and open space. Located along the Rosslyn-Ballston corridor, The Heights combines two existing secondary schools into a new 180,000-square-foot building that opens like a fan with a cascade of green-roofed terraces to provide an indoor-outdoor learning landscape. An emphas...
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PosterMyWall Graphic Design Tool [Review]

PosterMyWall is an online tool that enables non-designers to create, edit, print, and share professional-looking graphics and videos. Here is our review.   PosterMyWall: What Is It? PosterMyWall allows people with no specific background in design to create graphics and videos for promotional purposes. Their target markets are small and medium businesses (restaurants, event planners, […] The post PosterMyWall Graphic Design Tool [Review] by EventMB Studio Team appeared first on https://www.eventm...
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