This turntable-inspired mini speaker will give you a pocketful of nostalgia

The Mini Speaker is a speaker that promises to take you to a place where the past and present collide! Not only do they collide, but they merge together to create one incredible audio experience. Unlike your regular Bluetooth speakers with their sleek futuristic forms, the Mini Speaker takes inspiration from the retro vinyl record players!Shaped after a vinyl record player, the speaker features a little platform and a turntable as well! And here’s where it gets even more interesting, this speake...
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New Jersey Symphony Orchestra seeks Chief Financial Officer

The New Jersey Symphony Orchestra seeks a dynamic, data-oriented, and business-minded leader with a strong record of financial planning, analysis, and accounting to serve as CFO. This person will be responsible for all aspects of financial and fiscal management of the NJSO and will be a strategic partner to the President & CEO, providing research and analysis to guide business decisions. COMPANY DESCRIPTION As an integral part of the musical landscape in the country’s most vibrant cu...
Tags: Art, Board of Directors, Jobs, New Jersey, The New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Core, Zhang, Finance Committee, New Jersey Symphony Orchestra, NJSO, ECE, New Jersey Performing Arts Center, Xian Zhang, Finance Department, New Jersey Symphony Orchestra NJSO

TADA! 35th Anniversary Gala Honors Jason Robert Brown And Georgia Stitt, Hosted by Tituss Burgess

TADA Youth Theater will celebrate its 35th Anniversary Gala. This year's honorees are Jason Robert Brown and Georgia Stitt, and the TADA Gala will be hosted by Tituss Burgess. [Author: BWW News Desk]
Tags: Theatre, Tada, Tituss Burgess, Jason Robert Brown, Georgia Stitt, BWW News Desk, TADA Youth Theater

Do You Want More Audiences and Donors? 2 Arts Marketing, Development & Ticketing Conferences to Choose From!

New York, March 16-17; Los Angeles, April 14-15. Rocket Boost Your Marketing and Fundraising Into the Next Decade and Beyond! Sign up by Jan. 31 and bring 2 colleagues for FREE! (3-for-1). Digital Marketing Skill-Building Track included! Do You Want More Audiences and Donors? 2 Arts Marketing, Development & Ticketing Conferences to Choose From! New York, March 16-17; Los Angeles, April 14-15. Rocket Boost Your Marketing and Fundraising Into the Next Decade and Beyond!. Sign up by Jan...
Tags: Art, New York, Jobs, Los Angeles, North America, New York Philharmonic, Wallace Foundation, Arts Marketing Development amp, Arts Marketing Development Ticketing Conferences, Capacity Interactive Blue Man Group

Looking for My Inner Child

The holidays came and went just like that, didn’t they? For the first time ever, I didn’t put up my tree, and it felt so good. I still draped the top of my china cabinet and the mantel with lights and some garland, and that was that. Then a quick trip to Florida over New Year’s to celebrate with some of my kids, grands, and greats. And here is where it gets especially fun. One of the moms shipped watercolors, brushes, and paper ahead so we could have some art time, and we did it all at a table o...
Tags: Art, Florida, Uncategorized, Kids Art, Art Classes, Martha Marshall


Rose of Ultramarine Quinacridone Red French Ultramarine Blue [Author: RH Carpenter]
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How Woodworker Chris Salomone Turned His Son's Drawing Into a Functional Piece of Furniture 

We've featured the work of self-taught woodworker Chris Salomone quite extensively over the years. One of his recent projects began as a drawing made by his six-year-old son that Salomone decided to turn into a real piece of furniture. The result reminds us of Gianluca Gimini's drawings of bikes from memory—off-kilter but inspired. "The trick with this build is that I didn't want to just do a really quick and bad job," Salomone explains. "Even though in the end it has to look kind of weird and m...
Tags: Design, Furniture Design, Salomone, Gianluca Gimini, Chris Salomone

When Stores Have to Compensate for a Failure of Package Design

If there's one failure of package design that seems to be consistent across brands, it's the microscopic fonts used on medicine labels. They provide crucial information on products often being purchased by elderly folk with less-than-stellar eyesight, but the brand name is always given way more real estate than the active ingredients.Smart stores compensate. This Rite-Aid's solution: A shelf-mounted magnifying glass on a retractable line.Image credit: DooughnutAnd this pharmacy in Germany featur...
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How to Create Your First Campaign Design?

For a campaign to become successful, you need to invest a lot of time into it. Planning and patience are the two crucial factors that a person needs to look for while marketing campaign design. In case if you are someone who Read more… The post How to Create Your First Campaign Design? appeared first on Guest Post, Telecom Media, Tech, Guest Blogging, SEO Tips.
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Check Out the Cardboard Beds Tokyo 2020 Athletes Will Sleep On

The Athletes Village at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics will be furnished with 18,000 single bed frames made out of cardboard. They're made by Japanese mattress company Airweave and can withstand a load up to 440 pounds. The lightweight frames can easily be moved around and will be topped off with a three-layer mattress that athletes can customize to achieve their preferred firmness. The initiative is part of the committee's goal to "reuse or recycle 99% of procured items and goods." The beds will be ...
Tags: Design, Sports, Tokyo, Sustainable Design, Furniture Design, Airweave

Obituary: Producer Rich Affannato Dies

BroadwayWorld is sad to report that producer Rich Affannato died on January 11, 2019. According to his husband, Hamilton's Gregory Treco - 'The world lost a great light on Saturday the 11th at 721pm. My brave, talented, creative, giving husband of 16 years, left this earth surrounded by his closest friends and family. The pain is unbearable and I am just trying to pick up the pieces at this time.' [Author: BWW News Desk]
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Third series of The Great Pottery Throw Down on Channel 4

Last week there must have been a lot of people who were very pleased to find out that Series 3 of The Great Pottery Throw Down has started - this time on Channel 4. I'm not intending to write about... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]] [Author: Making A Mark]
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Rita Moreno-Led ONE DAY AT A TIME Sets Season Premiere Date

Deadline reports that the fourth season of 'One Day At A Time' will premiere on Pop TV starting Tuesday, March 24. [Author: TV News Desk]
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Rachel Bloom Pilot MOTHER MARY in the Works at Pop TV

Deadline reports that Rachel Bloom will executive produce a new comedy at Pop TV. [Author: TV News Desk]
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Bernadette Peters, Kristin Chenoweth, Sutton Foster & More Will Gather to Remember Jerry Herman Next Month

As BroadwayWorld reported last month, Tony Award winning composer and lyricist Jerry Herman passed away at 88 years old. Next month, Broadway will unite to remember the legend. [Author: BWW News Desk]
Tags: Theatre, Broadway, BWW News Desk, Jerry Herman, Bernadette Peters Kristin Chenoweth Sutton Foster, Jerry Herman Next Month

Lisbon 2049 series by Max Bedulenko

Lisbon 2049 series by Max Bedulenko AoiroStudioJan 13, 2020 As currently living in Europe, it totally brings some sense of quirkiness when you start envisioning 'cinematic scenes' from popular cult movies like 1982's Blade Runner movie for example. It's hard not good and it's at the same time a fun photo challenge. This is the feeling I get when I am looking at the 'Lisbon' series by Max Bedulenko. Seriously there is some resemblance shown in both worlds so t...
Tags: Europe, Design, Lisbon, Minsk Belarus, Max Bedulenko, Max Bedulenko AoiroStudioJan, Max Bedulenko Max

3D Latte Coffee Art

Adorable three-dimensional creatures made out of frothed milk in hot coffee. 3D Latte Coffee Art created by Singapore based coffee artist Daphne Tan. Also check out: Coffee Stain Art
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Is Fiction Lying?

Is fiction more like the covert violation of the liar, or like the overt violation of the ironical speaker? Unlike the liar, the fiction author doesn’t hide her untruthful intentions: they’re on the book’s cover, or announced by a library classification sticker. However, unlike in the case of irony, the fiction author’s words have their regular meaning. The apparent flouting doesn’t trigger the expected nonliteral reinterpretation of the author’s words in order to restore adherence to th...
Tags: Art, Words, 01.13.20

This boat-mounted action-camera focuses on the surfer while they’re busy focusing on the waves

The Wave Catcher was designed to combine the best parts of a drone and a GoPro. The action camera basically packs a drone’s mechanical gimbal and object-tracking capabilities in a grounded, water-proof format that can be strapped to a speedboat’s Bimini top, or even to the side of the boat via suction. Wave Catcher’s innovation doesn’t, however, lie in its camera, but rather, lies in its wearable. Designed to be strapped around the wrist of the subject, the wearable acts as a beacon for the came...
Tags: Design, Cameras, Outdoor, Action Camera, Product Design, Bimini, Water-Sports, Dylan Fealtman, Wave Catcher

Critic Roger Scruton, 75

Scruton, who died after a short battle with cancer, was a controversial figure throughout his career as a right-wing philosopher. Author of The Aesthetics of Architecture and The Classical Vernacular: Architectural Principles in an Age of Nihilism, he delivered lectures and wrote extensively on his contempt for the work of modern architects and his passion for traditional architecture. – Dezeen
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Is Our Theatre Training System Broken?

“If we don’t reinvent drama training to reflect the different needs of students from much more diverse backgrounds – and that includes those from disadvantaged socio-economic backgrounds – it’s like holding the door open so that they can get in the room, then blaming them when they leave quickly because they feel uncomfortable or can’t afford to stay.” – The Stage
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BWW Flashback: Look Back at Erika Henningsen's MEAN GIRLS Journey!

This is SO not grool As BroadwayWorld previously reported,Erika Henningsenhas set her departure date fromMean Girlson Broadway. The actress announced on Instagram that she will be departing on February 22.To celebrate her incredible run, we're looking back at her journey at North Shore High, from the casting announcement to the D.C. run to Broadway opening and beyond. Check it all out [Author: BWW News Desk]
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Photo Flash: Sam Rockwell Stops By OKLAHOMA! On Broadway

Academy Award-winner Sam Rockwell and wife, Leslie Bibb and actordirector Chris Messina were recent visitors to the Tony Award winning revival of Oklahoma [Author: BWW News Desk]
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BWW Readers Name The TV Shows That Should Get Stage Adaptations!

We asked, and you answered The classic television showThe Nanny is being developed asa musical with the help ofFran Drescher, Peter Marc Jacobson, and Rachel Bloom.To celebrate we asked BroadwayWorld readers to name the other TV shows that they'd like to see come to the stage. Now we've gathered some of the most popular answers for you to enjoy, fromclassics like The Golden Girls and Bewitched to more recent favorites like Smash and The Good Place. [Author: Linnae Medeiros]
Tags: Theatre, Rachel Bloom, Linnae Medeiros, Drescher Peter Marc Jacobson

Dandelion Chocolate’s Two-Ingredient Peanut Butter Cup

Perhaps the newest and purest way to enjoy an old favorite Dandelion Chocolate, one of our favorite collaborators and bean-to-bar makers, continues to inspire us with their dedication to crafting chocolate that’s simple to understand though oftentimes complicated to create. Their new Two-Ingredient Peanut Butter Cup (which could very well be the world’s first) is made of just 100% Ecuadorian Camino Verde cocoa beans and …
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Photo Flash: First Look At MY NAME IS LUCY BARTON Starring Laura Linney

Get a first look at four-time Tony Award nomineeLaura Linneyas she returns to Broadway in My Name Is Lucy Barton. [Author: BWW News Desk]
Tags: Theatre, Broadway, Laura Linney, Tony, Lucy Barton, BWW News Desk

New York – Sophie Calle, Bruce Conner, Paul Pfeiffer: “Documents & Recitations” at Paula Cooper Through February 8th, 2020

Sophie Calle, Exquisite Pain (Count Down – 22) (2000), via Paula Cooper Exploring divergent concepts and bodies of work in exchange over the course of a show currently on view at Paula Cooper Gallery in New York, photographers Sophie Calle, Bruce Conner and Paul Pfeiffer have gathered together under the title “Documents & Recitations.”  The show, which features […]
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Photo Flash: Original Olaf, Josh Gad, Visits FROZEN on Tour!

Josh Gad, Olaf in the original Frozen film and Frozen 2, dropped by the North American tour of the Broadway production of FROZEN at the Hollywood Pantages Theatre in LA over the weekend and was photographed with F. Michael Haynie, who plays the role on tour. Check a photo from backstage below [Author: BWW News Desk]
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Americans Spent $25 Billion On Home Entertainment Last Year

The key point: Home entertainment has evolved into a true multiplatform business. Universal found that consumers are using around three platforms on average, the most common bundle being disc purchase, disc rental and subscription streaming. – Variety
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Photo Flash: See Thom Sesma, Ann Harada and More At The Lucille Lortel Theatre Presentation Of SOLANA, A NEW MUSICAL

Take an exclusive look at The Lucille Lortel Theatre presentation of the new musical SOLANA from December 9th, 2019 at the Lucille Lortel Theatre. The cast was led by Thom Sesma Sweeny Todd, Superhero, Ann Harada Cinderella, Avenue Q, Judy McLane Mamma Mia, Steve Blanchard Beauty and the Beast, Jonah Platt Wicked, Kay Trinidad Hadestown, Megumi Nakamura and joined by Chad Burris, Jordan Grubb Groundhog Day, Albert Guerzon Escape to Margaritaville, Sam Hamashima, Madeline Hamlet, Kendyl Ito Soft ...
Tags: Theatre, Josh Rhodes, Lucille Lortel, BWW News Desk, Thom Sesma Ann Harada, Judy McLane Mamma Mia Steve Blanchard Beauty, Chad Burris Jordan, Albert Guerzon Escape, Joanne Javien Lisa Helmi Johanson Rebecca Larkin, David Holcenberg Groundhog Day Matilda, Michael Heitzman Ilene Reid

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