36 Simple Ways to Find Art Collectors on the Cheap

There are many ways to find art collectors. Conditions Make This the Best Time to Act. Home buying, home loan refi rates, consumer confidence, and the stock market are the best in years. Now is the... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
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Top 10 Best Video Editing Software Tools for Designers & Content Creators

This article has been contributed by Rithesh Raghavan. As a designer or content creator, your choice of video editing software can make or break your career. This is especially true in the face of the increasing demand for video in the marketing world. More content creators and internet marketers, in general, are creating more video content because it is one of the best ways to promote any product or service. With high-quality video, you can make your video content viral and take your marketing ...
Tags: Facebook, Video, Tools, Design, Adobe, Software, Sony, Hdr, Guest Articles, Premiere Pro, Guest Article, MagiX, Pinnacle Studio, Adobe Premiere Rush, Rithesh Raghavan, VSDC VSDC

Man vs Nature

Creative artworks illustrate classic narrative conflict of man against nature. “Man vs Nature” – boxers from the early 20th century versus giant insects. Clever illustrations of “man against nature” conflict by Eugenia Loli. Also check out: The Museum of Nature
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Everyting's Changed

And here we are at another year's end. The cable news networks are looking back on the top news stories of the year -- and the decade! (Yes, I know the decade isn't over for another year, but I fear we've lost that argument.) It's very funny to me that the vast majority of the pundits and experts still seem genuinely baffled at what's happening in our politics and our culture.They shouldn't be.I've been thinking and writing about this for a while now. We are in the middle of massive, fundamenta...
Tags: Politics, Obama, White House, Theatre, America, Nano, Broadway, Fear, Theater, Finn, Broadway Musicals, Trump, Rodgers, Gordon, Hammerstein, New World

VIDEO: Michael Mott and Nathan Wright Discuss The Song 'Her Embrace' From New Musical IN THE LIGHT With Jeremy Jordan

It was recently announced that composer Michael Mott and book writer Nathan Wright plan to create a full-length concept recording for their new musical, In The Light, A Faustian Tale, inspired by the classic Faust legend. The show's 11 o'clock number, Her Embrace, was recorded by Jeremy Jordan. Now, the show's writers are bringing you behind the song in an all new video. [Author: Stage Tube]
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VIDEO: Star of ALADDIN in the UK Proposes to Co-Star On Stage

Something truly magical happened on stage after a performance of Aladdin at De Montfort Hall in the UK. Matthew Pomeroy, who plays the title role in the production, got down on one knee in front of the surprised audience and proposed to his Princess Jasmine, Natasha Lamb. [Author: BWW News Desk]
Tags: UK, Theatre, De Montfort Hall, BWW News Desk, Matthew Pomeroy, Jasmine Natasha Lamb

Words to Live By in 2020: The Stars Give Their Best Piece of Advice

As 2019 comes to a close, BroadwayWorld is bringing you the stars' best advice, to give you a bit of inspiration for the new year. We've got all of the answers from 2019's interviewees. Read the words of wisdom from Kelli O'Hara, Laura Benanti, Brian d'Arcy James, and many more [Author: Stephi Wild]
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Something's Coming... What Does 2020 Have in Store For Broadway?

2019 has come and gone, which means it's time to get for the new shows coming in 2020 This year will bring anticipated revivals of Company, West Side Story, and The Music Man, fan favorite Six, brand new musicals Diana, Mrs. Doubtfire, and MJ, and many more. [Author: Stephi Wild]
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Carlos Schwabe

Though some of his literary subject matter and style characteristics have much in common with Art Nouveau and Pre-Raphaelite artists, German-Swiss painter and printmaker Carlos Schwabe is considered to be a Symbolist. Schwabe was active in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, and his work presented a variety of themes and approaches. [Note: some of the images on the sites linked to below contain nudity and should be considered NSFW.]  
Tags: Art, Illustration, Gallery And Museum Art, Art Nouveau, Schwabe, Carlos Schwabe

50% Off Select Cricut Accessories!

If you got a Cricut for Christmas then this is the sale for you! Cricut is having 50% Off Select Cricut Accessories! Free Shipping $50+ Some of the deals:     For Even More Awesome Online Deals Read more about 50% Off Select Cricut Accessories!
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A full shower experience with 75% less water, the Altered Shower is changing how humans shower

Three years after developing the Altered:Nozzle and after saving over a billion liters of water in that time, the guys at Altered are back with a shower-head that uses an advanced form the very nozzle that they developed for faucets years ago.The Altered:Shower focuses on nailing down three aspects that make a ‘good shower’ – coverage, temperature, and pressure. The shower’s state-of-the-art nozzle allows lesser water to pass through, but focuses the stream into a dome, turning small drops int...
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Artist reception for “Between Waters” and “lover / no reason”

Saturday, January 18, 6-8pm FiveMyles, 558 Saint Johns Place, Brooklyn, NY 11238 | 718.783.4438 “Between Waters” features paintings by Heather Holden and Francks Deceus, in an exhibition curated by Vladimir Cybil Charlier. From the personal to the societal, these artists explore in their own ways how our shared history...Read more »
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Open Source Soup Kitchen

December 1-31, 2019 Enjoy a free meal every day in December between 7-9pm! Each year the Open Source Soup Kitchen brings together artists, cooks, friends, and neighbors for a month of cooking, eating, sharing and celebrating! For as many nights of the month as we have volunteers, we will provide...Read more »
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Phoebe Berglund Residency

We are thrilled to welcome Phoebe Berglund to Wythe Hotel as artist in residence. Throughout the four day residency, a number of spaces throughout the hotel will be utilized for movement research and project development, with a few opportunities for public attendants at open rehearsals and one presentation. We hope...Read more »
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Photo Flashback: Rita Hayworth Attends Opening Night of SUGAR BABIES in 1979

Today, we're taking a look back into our archives with a flashback photo of Rita Hayworth [Author: Walter McBride]
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BWW TV: A Year in Review- Relive the Musicals of 2019!

How do you measure a year In overtures In dance breaks Standing ovations Today, we measure 2019 in musicals. Eleven show-stopping musicals have taken opening night bows in 2019. Before we get wrapped up in the theatre season ahead, BroadwayWorld wants to stop and salute the shows that made this year great. Check out our 2019 wrap up below [Author: BroadwayWorld TV]
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Best of CH 2019: Link About It

Scientific breakthroughs, surprising design collaborations and beyond As we publish our own original articles throughout the year, we also share insightful stories and videos from publications we respect. Crucial for our growth as writers, these pieces inform us as readers, listeners and learners. From the inspiring and interesting to the challenging and counterpointing, we promote these stories in our ever-growing Link About It section. There, …
Tags: Health, Wellness, Art, Space, Science, Design, Technology, News, Links, Nasa, Innovation, Pornhub, Year In Review, Deep Sea, Linkaboutit, Link About It

Broadway Will Dim its Lights For Jerry Herman on January 7

Yesterday, BroadwayWorld was saddened to report the loss of composer and lyricist Jerry Herman, who passed away on December 26, 2019 at age 88. To commemorate his life and work, the Committee of Theatre Owners will dim the lights of Broadway theatres in New York for one minute on Tuesday, January 7that exactly645pm. [Author: BWW News Desk]
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Sofa designs so good, they’re impossible to resist: Part 3

A good sofa can really make your life better. Simply plunge into its soft goodness, and let it soak up all your worries. Lay your head back, and lounge about for a while. Whether it’s your home or office space, we all need some super comfy and super plush sofas. So we’ve rounded up some of the best for you!The Capsule Sofa by Kateryna Sokolova for PALAU is an elongated oval safe haven. Its cocoon-like design allows for complete privacy no matter where you are. Hop into it, and tune out the world...
Tags: Home, Design, Office, Lego, Furniture, Product Design, Tobia, Palau, Afra, Sofas, Verpan, Evan Fay, Ihor Havrylenko, Poritz, Kateryna Sokolova, Christian Vivanco

Cool Kids Guide of Things to Do in Seattle with Kids (adult’s love these too!)

Seattle is cool. Uniquely cool. And there is a great balance of things to do in Seattle with kids AND for us adults too! Starbucks. Amazon. Microsoft. Costco. Boeing. Pearl Jam. Nirvana. Just a few things Seattle, Washington is famous for producing. How can one city produce so many great things? It’s a city that has been high on my radar since Seattle grunge became a played out thing on my walkman. I just had to go to the place that birthed some of my favorite music ever. And then while we were...
Tags: Travel, Amazon, Art, Usa, Minneapolis, Washington, New York City, US, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Wings, Sydney, Portland, San Diego, Howard Schultz, Nashville

The Dead City Of Pripyat Now Has A Christmas Tree!

The dead city of Pripyat now has a Christmas tree! Some former citizens of the city joined the small celebration. They willingly came to decorate the tree installed next to the Palace of Culture “Energetik”. Some photos of their childhood years are hanging now on the tree together with decorations. In July 2019, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyi lifted the ban on visiting the 30-kilometer... Source
Tags: Photography, Design, Disaster, Christmas, Nuclear, Chernobyl, Tree, Pripyat, Volodymyr Zelenskyi

New York City By Martin Lewis: In The 1930s An Australian Emigree Captured The Essence Of The City

Martin Lewis (7 June 1881 – 1962), the Australian-born American printmakers and artist, is best known for his etchings of New York City. Martin captured the city’s human bustle and brooding architectural menace. We see busy people in sullen places dressed in light and shade. h/t: flashbak The air tingles at the sense of acute urban loneliness in his etching of a woman darting down into an... Source
Tags: Design, NYC, New York City, 1930s, Drawings, Inspirations, Martin Lewis, New York City Martin

Beautiful Female Portrait Photography By Caio Borém

Gorgeous female portraits by Caio Borém, a talented self-taught photographer, and retoucher currently based in London, England. Caio focuses mainly on portraiture, beauty, and lifestyle photography. More: Instagram h/t: Source
Tags: Photography, Design, Beautiful, Female, Surreal, Caio Borém, London England Caio

Minimalist And Colorful Fine Art Photography By Valentina Loffredo

Creative photographic creations by Valentina Loffredo, a talented photographer, and contemporary artist who was born in 1978 in Napoli, Italy and currently lives and works in Hong Kong. Valentina specializes in fine art and geometry photography. She is known for her fascination with bright colors and minimalism. In 2013, Loffredo approached photography as a tool to visualize her ideas and started... Source
Tags: Photography, Design, Colorful, Minimalist, Napoli Italy, Valentina Loffredo, Hong Kong Valentina, Loffredo

Hilarious Sculptures Inspired By Tom And Jerry’s Most Unfortunate Moments

Tom and Jerry has to be one of the most iconic cartoons ever created and if you’re anything like me, you probably remember watching it on TV during weekend mornings back when you were a kid. The two always seemed to get into all sorts of hilarious situations, typically resulting in Tom getting hurt in some ridiculous way, and we could spend hours watching them go at it. Inspired by the antics of... Source
Tags: Design, Cartoons, 3D, Inspirations, Sculptures, Tom, Jerry, Tom And Jerry

BWW Blog: Royal Central School of Speech and Drama's Joel Anderson on What Dramaturgy Is and How it is Taught

Dr Joel Anderson is an author, reviewer, researcher and a Senior Lecturer and Course Leader in MA Theatre Criticism and Dramaturgy at London's Royal Central School of Speech and Drama. Through his academic work, Joel has given doctoral seminars, lectures and talks around the world including in Australia, Canada, Chile, China, the Czech Republic, France, Germany, Korea and the United States of America. He has served as Visiting Professor at the University of London Institute in Paris and is curre...
Tags: London, Theatre, Paris, Lisbon, United States of America, Joel, BWW News Desk, Joel Anderson, Royal Central School of Speech, Australia Canada Chile China, Czech Republic France Germany Korea, University of London Institute, Centre de Estudos Teatros

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