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Bring your digital content to the next level with this amazing deal from Scopio

Scopio provides a massive library of royalty-free images for use.Photographs can be used anywhere from websites to social media accounts to ads.New images are added daily. None Singer Ariana Grande posted two pictures of herself to her Instagram account earlier this year. Unfortunately, she didn’t take the photos. They were actually snapped by a paparazzo, who turned around and sued the pop star for their unauthorized use -- to the tune of $50,000.Image ownership and copyright law are huge con...
Tags: Art, Photography, Entertainment, Law, Internet, Advertising, Creativity, Ariana Grande, Innovation, Scopio Authentic Stock Photography, Scopio


The journey of a coma through digital art

The journey of a coma through digital art AoiroStudioNov 26, 2019 I wouldn't start imagining what it feels like to be in a 'coma', a deep state of prolonged unconsciousness is a scary feeling. I never met anyone who lived this kind of experience before but artist Abdulrahman Alhusainey has created an incredible series through art simply titled: 'Coma'. I really love the fact his visual approach is inspired by a journey, be ready to scroll! Make sure to scroll...
Tags: Design, Cairo Egypt, Abdulrahman Alhusainey, Abdulrahman Alhusainey Abdulrahman


‘Rushing Waters,’ the Valley’s latest mural, brings together artists to inject pride into a community

The completed, 10,000-square-foot mural depicting the northeast San Fernando Valley’s history, culture and landmarks — known as “Rushing Waters” — was unveiled during a ceremony hosted Monday by local Los Angeles Councilwoman Monica Rodriguez. And Levi Ponce, the Pacoima-native and muralist who first dreamed up the public artwork about five years ago, described it as a moment for feeling proud of their community. “We can’t wait for visitors to come down, see it and feel the pride that we have,” ...
Tags: Art, Los Angeles, Sport, Friend, Soccer, Community, Pasadena, Local News, Costco, Levi, Mural, Ponce, Valley, Torrance, Javier, San Fernando Valley


Podcast Exclusive: The Theatre Podcast With Alan Seales Hosts FREESTYLE LOVE SUPREME's Chris Sullivan And Aneesa Folds

Chris Shockwave Sullivan and Aneesa Young Nees Folds will have you laughing along with them in this interview, as they talk about their start in the world of Freestyle and their show Freestyle Love Supreme, which is now on Broadway. [Author: BWW News Desk]
Tags: Theatre, Broadway, Chris Sullivan, BWW News Desk, Aneesa, Alan Seales, Chris Shockwave Sullivan, Aneesa Young Nees Folds


Photo Flash: John Cameron Mitchell and Glenn Close Host HOMUNCULUS Listening Party

John Cameron Mitchell and Glenn Close hosted the ANTHEM HOMUNCULUS Marathon listening party in celebration of their hit musical podcast ANTHEM HOMUNCULUS [Author: BWW News Desk]
Tags: Theatre, John Cameron Mitchell, Glenn Close, BWW News Desk, Glenn Close Host HOMUNCULUS Listening Party


Photo Flash: Tony-Winning Revival Of August Wilson's JITNEY Opens At Center Theater Group

August Wilson's Jitney,opened this week atCenter Theatre Group at the Mark Taper Forum, running now throughDecember 29. [Author: BWW News Desk]
Tags: Theatre, Wilson, Tony, Jitney, BWW News Desk, Center Theater Group


Executive Director – Arts Council of Princeton

The Arts Council of Princeton (ACP) seeks a visionary and dynamic Executive Director to lead the organization’s strategic planning, programming, administration, fundraising and community outreach. Candidates should have a minimum of 10 years experience. For over a half century, the ACP has presented a range of studio-based classes, workshops, exhibitions, performances, and community events for audiences of all ages and backgrounds. Reporting to the President of the Board of Trustees, ...
Tags: Art, Jobs, Princeton, ACP, Works Progress Administration, Arts Council of Princeton, Board of Trustees the Executive Director, Arts Council of Princeton ACP, The Arts Council of Princeton, Management Consultants for the Arts, The Arts Council of Princeton ACP, Paul Robeson Center for the Arts


Seeking Principal Ballet Instructor

The Ballet Academy at Suzanne’s School of Dance, located in College Station, TX is seeking a Principal Ballet Instructor beginning August 2020. The Ballet Academy is a pre-professional Ballet program designed for ages 7 to 18, giving dancers the opportunity to train exclusively in Ballet. Full time, salaried position (starting at $30,000). The Ballet Academy at Suzanne’s School of Dance is seeking a Principal Ballet Instructor beginning August 2020. The Ballet Academy is a pre-profe...
Tags: Art, Jobs, College Station TX, Pointe, Ballet Academy, Suzanne 's School of Dance, Principal Ballet Instructor, Choreograph Winter, Christi Varvel


MEAN GIRLS To Perform At The CBS THANKSGIVING DAY PARADE!

It has been confirmed that the cast of Broadway's Mean Girls will be featured as part ofThe 59th annualThanksgiving Day Parade on CBS. [Author: BWW News Desk]
Tags: Theatre, Broadway, Cbs, BWW News Desk


Photo Coverage: Meet The Cast of ANYTHING CAN HAPPEN IN THE THEATER: THE MUSICAL WORLD OF MAURY YESTON

Join The York for the Off-Broadway premiere of Anything Can Happen in the Theater The Musical World of Maury Yeston, an unforgettable evening in the theater featuring a collection of songs from the two-time Tony Award-winning composer and lyricist. The genius of Yeston's songs -- intricate yet emotional, cerebral yet romantic, clever yet unendingly melodic -- is coupled with an outstanding cast to be announced soon for a memorable evening showcasing the myriad sides of the writer's repertoire. S...
Tags: Theatre, Broadway, Maury Yeston, Genevieve Rafter Keddy, Yeston


The Shift Red Drone reinvents the drone-controller UI with a one-handed joy-con

With a slew of new features that really show that the designers revamped the concept of the drone from ground up, this is the Shift Red, from TIE (This Is Engineering). It weighs a mere 93 grams (less than half of the Mavic Mini), which means you can own one without getting it registered with the FAA, and comes with a camera that records at 1080p (30fps) that uses an innovative virtual gimbal to digitally stabilize your videos in a way that makes them look incredibly crisp. The base of the dro...
Tags: Design, Drone, Faa, Product Design, Robots/Drones, Shift Red, This Is Engineering, Lezero


Huawei + Devialet join forces to create the Sound X, a smart speaker to rival the HomePod

Before we dwell on the Sound X’s familiar design, let’s just address that this speaker might just be the best smart speaker on the market. Let’s ignore the fact that it’s only slated for a China release and focus on Huawei’s partnership with Devialet, the most awarded audio company in the world. Devialet’s Phantom speaker remains one of my favorite speakers of all time, and I still remember it giving me literal goosebumps when I heard the demo. Its art-deco inspired styling and the internal anal...
Tags: Music, Design, Youtube, Audio, Speakers, China, Huawei, Devialet, Product Design, Xiaoyi, Sound X, Huawei Devialet


Buzzbar’s SAD Lamp Serves Shoreditch

Meant to alleviate Seasonal Affective Disorder, a luminescent lamp for visitors and passers-by One in three people suffer from Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD), and women are 70% more likely to suffer than men. In London, Buzzbar (the walk-in digital and marketing production service) has responded to these statistics by creating the world’s largest SAD lamp for passers-by to up their serotonin levels on the way …
Tags: Design, London, Winter, Sad, Marketing, Tech, Seasonal Affective Disorder, Shoreditch, Lamps, Lumie, Buzzbar, SAD Lamps


Photo Flash: Betty Buckley Visits Jason Robert Brown at SubCulture

This past weekend, Betty Buckley joined Jason Robert Brown as his special guestfor his artist-in-residence concerts atSubCulture. [Author: BWW News Desk]
Tags: Theatre, Jason Robert Brown, Betty Buckley, BWW News Desk


BAT OUT OF HELL Will Launch Australian Arena Tour in 2020

Bat Out Of Hell - The Musical, which concluded at run at New York City Center in September,is heading down under. BroadwayWorld has just learned that the musical will launch an Australian arena tour from Sydney in 2020. Tour stops will include [Author: BWW News Desk]
Tags: Theatre, Sydney, BroadwayWorld, New York City Center, BWW News Desk


Photo Flash: EINSTEIN'S DREAMS Celebrates Opening Night

The cast and creative team of EINSTEIN'S DREAMS celebrated the opening with friends and family at Sarabeth's on Central Park South on Wednesday, November 20 hosted by EINSTEIN'S DREAMS producer Prospect Theater Company. [Author: BWW News Desk]
Tags: Theatre, Einstein, Sarabeth, BWW News Desk, Central Park South, Prospect Theater Company, EINSTEIN S DREAMS


Netflix Buys Manhattan’s Last Single-Screen Movie Theatre

On Monday, Netflix announced that it has reached an agreement to continue leasing the Paris Theater space and keep it open for special events, screenings, and theatrical releases. “After 71 years, the Paris Theatre has an enduring legacy, and remains the destination for a one-of-a kind movie-going experience.” – New York Magazine
Tags: Art, Media, Netflix, Paris, Manhattan, 11.25.19


New York – Nathalie Djurberg & Hans Berg: “One Last Trip To The Underworld” at Tanya Bonakdar Through December 20th, 2019

Nathalie Djurberg & Hans Berg, One Last Trip To The Underworld (Installlation View), via Tanya Bonakdar Marking their first exhibition in New York in over 5 years, the artist duo of Nathalie Djurberg and Hans Berg have touched down in New York City for an expansive solo exhibition at Tanya Bonakdar’s expansive Chelsea exhibition space. […]
Tags: Art, New York, New York City, Chelsea, Art News, Featured Post, Tanya Bonakdar, Go See, Hans Berg, Nathalie Djurberg, Nathalie Djurberg Hans Berg


Kanye West Popped-Up An Opera – So How Was It?

Mark Swed: “Typically, a new opera is a multiyear project, so the very notion of this pop-up one, which seems to have been in the works for a couple of weeks at most, is extraordinary. But if you go back to the 18th and 19th centuries, operas were popular entertainment put on with the regularity and immediacy that television shows are today.” – Los Angeles Times
Tags: Art, Music, Mark Swed, 11.24.19


AirPods Stickers

Realistic two-dimensional AirPods stickers placed all over New York City. Apple AirPods 2D stickers designed for creative pranks by Pablo Rochat. Also check out: AirPods Holders
Tags: Design, Tech, New York City Apple, Pablo Rochat, AirPods Stickers


How Can Technology Help Fix the World's Broken Food Systems?

Did you miss out on the festivities at this years Core77 Conference, "The Third Wave"? Don't sweat it, as we are rolling out many of our presenters' presentations over the next few weeks. In this video, Farmshelf CEO Suma Reddy discusses the urgent need for food systems to drastically change, and how her indoor hydroponic farm system has been designed to grow food at much faster rates using 90% less water than typical farming systems: Watch more from the 2019 Core77 Conference: What is Third ...
Tags: Food, Videos, Design, John Maeda, Don, Allan Chochinov, Core77 Conference, Suma Reddy, Joe Meersman Marijke Jorritsma


Women Writers Still Don’t Get Respect For Their Work

“Ten years ago I went to a speed-dating event in Belfast where I told a succession of potential dates I was a writer and was met with a unanimous sense of disappointment. “I thought you might be a nurse,” one man said, his face falling.” – Irish Times
Tags: Art, Belfast, Words, 11.24.19


Newcomer Jo Ellen Pellman to Star as Emma in Netflix's Adaptation of THE PROM

Jo Ellen Pellman has been cast as the lead inthe Netflix feature adaptation of the award-winning stage musical The Prom from Ryan Murphy. [Author: TV News Desk]
Tags: Theatre, Netflix, Ryan Murphy, Emma, TV News Desk, Jo Ellen Pellman


Thieves Start Fire to Disarm Security in Billion-Dollar Heist at German Castle

Thieves swiped hundreds of artifacts from some of the largest collections of art in Europe early Monday morning.Read more...
Tags: Art, Europe, Science, Germany, Art Crimes, Art Heist


Fan-Made Tesla Cybertruck Mods are Coming in Fast & Furious

So, this is a bit frustrating. For every person who manipulates an image of the Tesla Cybertruck with their desired design changes and posts their creation… ...there are more folks just Tweeting modded images of the truck without crediting who created them: It's a pity, as some of the images look pretty cool and I'd love to know who did them:In the shots above I recognize riffs on Blade Runner's spinner, Akira's bike, Halo's Warthog, Back to the Future's Delorean and The Dark Knight'...
Tags: Design, Cars, Delorean, Akira, Pat Labor


Jeremy Corbyn Pledges New UK Charter For The Arts And Funding Of £1 Billion

Corbyn said: “The arts are a common inheritance that make our society culturally richer and put a smile on all our faces. We must cherish them and protect them. “Labour’s national strategy for the arts will embrace our rich cultural heritage from William Shakespeare to Ben Okri, Mary Quant to Tim Berners-Lee, delivering a national cultural renaissance.” – The Stage
Tags: Art, UK, Labour, William Shakespeare, Issues, Jeremy Corbyn, Corbyn, Tim Berners Lee, 11.25.19, Ben Okri Mary Quant


Here's What Happens When You Don't Design for Disassembly

In terms of design and construction, what's the most sophisticated object you possess and regularly use? If you're a motorist, it's undoubtedly a car. The average vehicle has about 30,000 parts (according to Toyota, the world's largest car manufacturer), if you count every nut and bolt. A bunch of those parts are made out of valuable materials that could be recycled--if they could be extracted from the damn thing.However, the precision with which automotive factories assemble cars does not lead ...
Tags: Design, Toyota, Hyundai, VRS, Sustainable Design


Longtime Theatre Critic John Simon, 94

He was to theatre criticism as pigeons are to statues, William F. Buckley once observed. “In a style that danced with literary allusions and arch rhetoric — and composed with pen and ink (he hated computers) — he produced thousands of critiques and a dozen books, mostly anthologies of his own work.” – The New York Times
Tags: Art, People, William F Buckley, John Simon, 11.25.19


The Sociologist and Space Engineers Behind Orba, Artiphon's New Instrument for Everyone

Mike Butera is in an L.A. charter school classroom, showing teenage music students a small, spherical synth he's has been working on quietly for the last two years. Until now, Butera has wanted to fly under the radar with this new product. Fans of his Artiphon Instrument 1—Time magazine and T-Pain among them—are zealous. And this latest release packs even more complicated tech—including spacecraft-inspired hardware—into what's set to be a more streamlined, simplified product. Butera wanted to be...
Tags: Music, Spacex, Design, Crowdfunding, Time, Nike, Kickstarter, Garageband, Artiphon, ORBA, Butera, Mike Butera, Artiphon Instrument


Research: Extraordinary People Are More Likely To Be Polymaths

Studies have found that Nobel Prize-winning scientists are about 25 times more likely to sing, dance or act than the average scientist. They are also 17 times more likely to create visual art, 12 times more likely to write poetry and four times more likely to be a musician. – BBC
Tags: Art, Ideas, 11.18.19



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