TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD to Participate in Panel Discussion on Criminal Justice Reform

Aaron Sorkin joins original cast members of the current Broadway production TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD to take an unflinching look at today's criminal justice system. [Author: BWW News Desk]
Tags: Aaron Sorkin, Theatre, Broadway, BWW News Desk

Sony and Netflix In Talks for MATILDA Movie Musical Distribution Deal

Matilda the Musical is headed to the big screen [Author: BWW News Desk]
Tags: Theatre, Netflix, Sony, BWW News Desk

Layer's New Vehicle Concept Aims to Make Ridesharing More Appealing

Layer is banking on the future of rideshare with their latest concept, . The project envisions a "near-future" ridesharing platform centered around an autonomous vehicle that people will actually want to share. The design features eight S-shaped seats that create two private rows. Riders would use an accompanying app to hail a nearby ride and reserve a specific seat. The emphasis of the design is on privacy but the seats have "dynamic wings that can be either kept closed or opened out to create...
Tags: Design, Cars, Benjamin Hubert, The interior

The Missing CAD Link for Furniture Designers Working With Wood and Composites: Woodwork for Inventor

"The furniture industry is quickly evolving, fashion trends are changing almost daily, and customers are demanding evermore complex solutions. Meanwhile, project implementation deadlines are shortening. To keep pace with these trends, design tools must be highly tailored to meet the needs of the designer." --Celi Automated Design SystemsIf you design furniture, case goods or interiors, chances are you're working with wood. Whether it's for a home, hotel, hospital, office, shop or retail chain, c...
Tags: Design, Germany, Tech, Software, Materials, Canada, Switzerland, Romania, Autodesk, Inventor, Sap, Furniture Design, Woodwork, MDF, CNC, Celi

Incredible Architectural Shots: Built Environment Photography Award Winners Announced

Each year the Chartered Institute of Building, a global organization representing construction and property professionals, hosts a photography competition called The Art of Building. Photographers from over 100 countries send in their best shots celebrating the built environment. Here are 2019's winners, who've just been announced: Public Choice Award Alexandr Bormotin"The new Moscow metro station is made in a futuristic style." Judge's Award Pedro Luis Ajuriaguerra Saiz"Due to the reflection of...
Tags: Photography, Design, London, New York City, Architecture, Hungary, Moscow, Kiev, Peter Murrell, Berlin Germany, Verona Italy, Kiev Ukraine, Baker Street, Noida India, Chartered Institute of Building, Westfield World Trade Center


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Seasoned Fundraising Leader Sought to Help Open World-Class New Orange County Museum of Art

Orange County Museum of Art seeks a highly skilled and effective fundraiser to oversee completion of its $73M capital campaign ($50M secured to date) and build a development team in preparation for the museum’s opening of its new home as part of Segerstrom Center for the Arts in 2021. Director of Development – Orange County Museum of Art – Help open a world-class museum! The Orange County Museum of Art (OCMA) is seeking a highly skilled and effective fundraiser to oversee the comple...
Tags: Art, Jobs, Orange County, Southern California, Segerstrom Center, Segerstrom Center for the Arts, Director of Development, Orange County Museum of Art, Development Orange County Museum of Art, Orange County Museum of Art OCMA, OCMA, Arts Orange County, Richard Stein, Resume Curriculum Vitae

A Demonstration of Hyundai's Automatic Parking Feature, With Thick Boston Accents

To market their Remote Smart Parking Assist technology on their 2020 Sonata, Hyundai hired a certain office worker, a certain Captain and SNL alum Rachel Dratch for a commercial to air during the Super Bowl. All three hail from Massachusetts, as quickly becomes obvious: You'd think they'd have done this commercial for the Hyundai...Accent.
Tags: Design, Massachusetts, Cars, Hyundai, Rachel Dratch, Sonata Hyundai, Thick Boston Accents

The Longhouse: Living, Working and Entertaining under the Same Roof in Rural Australia

Sitting atop a low hill amid vast plains and bushland in central Victoria, Australia, the “Longhouse” is the brainchild of co-founder of Studio Ongarato, Ronnen Goren, and Trace Streeter who fell in love with the 20-acre property for its captivating views of Daylesford, Hepburn Springs and Mt Franklin.
Tags: Art, Australia, Victoria Australia, Streeter, Ronnen Goren, Daylesford Hepburn Springs

Photo Flash: Laura Osnes, Kyle Selig, and Tommy Bracco Host Broadway Workshop Master Classes

On Monday, January 20th,Broadwaystars Laura Osnes, Kyle Selig, and Tommy Bracco, all taught a one-day master classatBroadwayWorkshop in New York City. Students in the master class had the opportunity to work with Tony Nominee Laura Osnes on song interpretation and audition technique, withMean GirlsstarKyle Selig on improvisation, and withNewsiesandPretty Womanstar Tommy Bracco on dance. [Author: BWW News Desk]
Tags: New York City, Theatre, BWW News Desk, Tommy Bracco, Laura Osnes Kyle Selig, Tommy Bracco Host Broadway Workshop, Broadwaystars Laura Osnes Kyle Selig, Tony Nominee Laura Osnes

VIDEO: Sting and the Cast of THE LAST SHIP Perform on THE LATE LATE SHOW

Late Late Show guest Sting moves from the couch to the stage area to perform 'The Last Ship' with the cast of his show by the same name. [Author: Stage Tube]
Tags: Theatre, Stage Tube

Magway's Underground System is Like Hyperloop for Packages

Since moving from New York City down to the rural South, I've learned a lot. In general service is slow, and unlike in New York, people waiting in line will talk to each other. Recently, at the DMV I was in line with a young man who had just earned his CDL (Commercial Driver's License), and an older man who had had his CDL for years, and I got pieces of their stories.For lots of young men (and increasingly women) without much education, earning a CDL is a path to a better life. The hours are lon...
Tags: UK, New York, Design, New York City, Tech, Walmart, DMV, Hyperloop, South, CDL

Knives, Entrepreneurial Design and Nike - The James Brand Founder Ryan Coulter Speaks with Michael DiTullo

We are proud to announce a seven episode series featuring long-time Core77 contributor Michael DiTullo, speaking "1:1" with designers about their work and professional journeys.The series kicks off with Ryan Coulter of The James Brand. Ryan and Michael dive deep on subjects including time at Nike, getting started in the profession, being a manager, made-to-order manufacturing and "carving" out room for a brand in a competitive space. We hope you follow along on Youtube, you can subscribe here.
Tags: Podcast, Design, Interviews, Nike, Michael, Michael DiTullo, Industrial Design Tips, Ryan Coulter, 1to1, James Brand Founder Ryan Coulter Speaks, James Brand Ryan

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Beautiful Paper Embroidery Kits from Joone

Ohhh, do I have something nice for you! Joone Creative, maker of fine craft kits, will be sending a Deluxe Embroidery Kit of choice to one lucky commenter on this post and one on the @allthingspaper... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]] [Author: Ann Martin]
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The Survivor of Auschwitz Who Painted a Forgotten Genocide

Philosophers said the Holocaust defied representation, that art could not render its horrors. But Ceija Stojka made more than 1,000 incredible images of her ordeal, and the effort to exterminate the Roma.
Tags: Art, News, Poland, Auschwitz, Holocaust and the Nazi Era, Auschwitz Concentration Camp, Madrid (Spain, Museo Reina Sofia, Ceija Stojka, Romani People, Stojka, Ceija (1933-2013

Cynthia Erivo Remembers Oscar Winner Kobe Bryant, Talks Oscars Diversity Controversy

Cynthia Ervio sat down with aoeExtra's' Renee Bargh at the annual Oscar nominees luncheon, where she reflected on Oscar winner Kobe Bryant's sudden death. [Author: TV News Desk]
Tags: Theatre, Kobe Bryant, Cynthia Erivo, Renee Bargh, TV News Desk, Cynthia Ervio

Lin-Manuel Miranda, Anthony Ramos & More Announced as OSCARS Presenters

Show producers Lynette Howell Taylor and Stephanie Allain today announced additional presenters for the 92nd Oscars telecast. The Oscars will air live Sunday, Feb. 9, on ABC. [Author: TV News Desk]
Tags: Abc, Theatre, TV News Desk, Stephanie Allain, Lynette Howell Taylor, Lin Manuel Miranda Anthony Ramos

Grovemade’s logo-esque keyring is also a carabiner clip and a bottle-opener

Crafted from a single high-strength 7075 aluminum billet, Grovemade’s keyring has a distinct appeal. The circular keyring comes with an incomplete circular form that lets you slide it right into belt-loops without requiring spring-loaded moving parts, and also a keyring loop, well, for your keys.The Grovemade Aluminum Keyring is a reimagination of carabiners, with its robust, circular, confident form. A slit in the circle helps bring drama to the design and also helps it slide easily into belt-l...
Tags: Design, Bottle Opener, Aluminum, Everyday Carry, Product Design, Edc, Grovemade, Carabiner, EveryDayCarry, Keyring

Duo imagines a world where the smartphone is made up of a modular computer + detachable displays

Think of the Duo as an all-in-one PC that just needs a display to work. This separation means you can attach your all-in-one PC to a handheld screen, a large 4K monitor, or even a projector, alternating between them while still having all your data in the same place. Scale that down to something handheld and you’ve got the Duo, a Phonebloks-style concept that has two simple parts… The display, and everything else.The ‘everything else’ or as designer Roc H Biel calls it, the ‘electronics module’ ...
Tags: Gadgets, Design, Smartphone, Cellphones, Duo, Product Design, Smart Device, Modular Electronics, Roc H Biel

This modern-meets-rustic tiny home opens up like a magic trick

The Joshua Tree is a 231-SF timber-framed tiny house on wheels – and has the cutest interior.
Tags: Design, News, Joshua Tree

Newspaper Animals

Realistic sculptures of animals made out of layers of recycled newspapers. Newspaper Animals – paper sculptures created by Hitotsuyama Studio. Also check out: Newspaper Battleships
Tags: Design, Inspiration

Why We Should End Tourism. But We Won’t

A 2018 study published in the journal Nature Climate Change announced tourism alone—that’s nonessential pleasure travel—is responsible for 8 percent of global greenhouse gas emissions. The traveling public is freaking out. It knows about flight shaming; it loves Greta Thunberg; and it’s ready to bid au revoir to Volvic, Dasani, and plastic straws. But it still wants to sit on a beach in Aruba. – The New Republic
Tags: Art, Ideas, Aruba, Audience, Nature Climate Change, Greta Thunberg, 01.24.20, Volvic Dasani

Why Do We Define Success As Growth? Success Might Actually Mean “De-Growing”

On this midsummer morning, 40 thinkers and activists have come together to challenge the core economic orthodoxy of our time: that growth is the most critical measure of human flourishing, an axiom that seems increasingly untenable in the age of accelerating climate change. The Hotel Belvédère du Rayon Vert symbolizes the very empire these adherents of “degrowth,” as the movement is known, wish to overthrow: consumption, wealth, inequality, travel, and cement, the whole modern industria...
Tags: Art, Ideas, 01.27.20

New Museum’s NEW INC + Ruinart’s “Forever First” Mixed Reality Pop-Up

Navigate the fragility of nature through virtual and augmented reality projects open to the public Set in New Museum‘s often-private and appropriately named Sky Room, the art institution’s incubation unit, NEW INC, presents two virtual reality artworks with historic Champagne house Ruinart. The limited run, open-to-the-public exhibition, Forever First, debuts the augmented reality experience “Dawn Chorus,” by current NEW INC member Reese Donohue, who collaborated with artist …
Tags: Design, Exhibits, NYC, Culture, Museums, Vr, Virtual Reality, Exhibitions, Ar, Augmented Reality, Galleries, Mixed Reality, New Museum, Ruinart, New Inc, Immersive Art

Bob Avian Memoir, DANCING MAN, Will be Released This Spring

Tony and Olivier Awardawinning Bob Avian's dazzling life story, Dancing Man A Broadway Choreographer's Journey, is a memoir told in three acts. [Author: BWW News Desk]
Tags: Theatre, Tony, BWW News Desk, Bob Avian Memoir, Olivier Awardawinning Bob Avian

Halo Edition Creates Glorious Spectrums of Color

Project sunset-like color art in your home or office Designed to produce optical works of art, Mandalaki’s Halo Edition comprises a collection of patented lighting instruments—for use in homes, offices or even galleries—that produce varying auras of red, yellow, gold, purple, and blue light. The sunset-like presentation is possible due to thousands of hours of research into the process of isolating frequencies of white light …
Tags: Art, Design, Milan, Home Decor, Colors, Lights, Lighting, Lenses, James Turrell, Mandalaki, Color Spectrums, Halo Edition, Optical Instruments, Spectrums

RIVERDALE to Stage HEDWIG AND THE ANGRY INCH For Season Four Musical Episode

Riverdale has setHedwig and the Angry Inchfor season four's musical episode, according to Entertainment Weekly. [Author: TV News Desk]
Tags: Theatre, Riverdale, TV News Desk

Poetry Written By AI Is Getting Much Better (Stylistically)

GPT-2’s writing is grammatically correct. It all more or less sounds true to its source, if all you heard was the tone. But what those sequences mean, therein lies the rub. GPT-2’s poetry prizes style over substance. Which is understandable, because it doesn’t know what substance is. – LitHub
Tags: Art, Words, GPT, 01.27.20

Peter Handke’s Nobel Prize Shows Why Aesthetics Alone Should Not Be The Criterion

The controversy has spurred long-standing debates about where stories come from, who is responsible for them and what it means as a writer to bear witness to truth — and also, which persons or institutions have the authority to do so. These events unfolded at a time of rising ethnonationalism across Europe. – The Conversation
Tags: Art, Europe, Words, Peter Handke, 01.27.20

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