121st Annual Exhibition of The Pastel Society

I visited the The Pastel Society's 121st Annual Exhibition earlier this week for the Private View. It is currently on display in all the galleries at the Mall Galleries,  The Mall, London SW1 It's... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]] [Author: Making A Mark]
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Here are the Five Need-to-Know Keys for Art Marketing Success

 Use these tips to know how to boost your art marketing success. Galleries are not the answer. They can help, but there are not enough to go around. You cannot rely on galleries to make your career... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
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Edible Ghostbusters Marshmallow Man

Giant candy shaped to look like Stay Puft Marshmallow Man large humanoid monster in a sailor cap from 1984 Ghostbusters movie. Edible Marshmallow Man created out of marshmallows and coated in sugar icing. Made for Ghostbusters fans. Time to play with your food! Also check out: Marshmallow Cats
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CATS Will Be Available on DVD, Blu-ray, and Digital Download on April 7

The Cats film will be available to own this spring The film will be available on DVD and Blu-ray, as well as digital download, on April 7, 2020. [Author: BWW News Desk]
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VIDEO: Marianne Elliott, Patti LuPone, Katrina Lenk, and More Preview COMPANY at the Guggenheim

Works Process, the performing arts series at the Guggenheim, presented a preview and panel for Company with Marianne Elliott on Monday, February 3, 2020 at 730pm. [Author: BWW News Desk]
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Nathan Lane and Laurie Metcalf Will Lead a DEATH OF A SALESMAN Revival in 2021

The rumors are true Nathan Lane and Laurie Metcalf will lead a revival of Death of a Salesman. While not officially announced, The Hollywood Reporter has confirmed that the long-rumored production will come to Broadway in spring 2021. [Author: Stephi Wild]
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From Stage to Screen: Adam Driver Caps Off an Epic Year at the Oscars

2019 was a great year for AdamDriver. Just a year ago, he was getting ready to return to Broadway for the third time in Burn This- a performance for which he earned a 2019 Tony nomination. Now his name is back in the spotlight for one of the four films that hit the big screen thisseason. [Author: BWW News Desk]
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The URÆD wristwatch pays tribute to the creator of the world’s first closed lifeboat

If you haven’t heard of the story of Mr. Ole Brude, sit down and grab a cup of hot chocolate, because it’s pretty incredible. Back in August 1904, a Norwegian by the name of Ole Brude designed a lifeboat no larger than the size of a minivan. The unique feature about this lifeboat, however, was that unlike most boats in 1904, this one was enclosed, and shaped like an egg. Brude, perhaps fueled by eccentricity and hope, decided to take this van-sized boat on its maiden journey from Norway to Ame...
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This packaging design for spaghetti comes with a built-in portion controller!

Do you love pasta, or more specifically spaghetti? Well obviously you do, we all do. In fact, I believe spaghetti might just be the reigning queen of all the different kinds of pasta! However, have you ever tried to cook it? For yourself, or for a party of four or more? If you have, you may have realized it’s almost always impossible to dish out the perfect portion of spaghetti per person. Sometimes you’re left with a heap of leftovers, or sometimes the quantity is just not enough! Designer Ales...
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Which Broadway Shows Are On Tour in 2020? The Full List!

Theatre fans need not travel all the way to New York City to get a taste of Broadway. Though the Big Apple boasts perhaps the freshest productions and greatest talents in the world, many of the most successful shows on Broadway will eventually hit the road- bringing and equally magical though sometimes slightly updated version of their production to cities across the country. [Author: BWW News Desk]
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If you're not an artist, Design Wizard Pro does the heavy lifting for you

Design Wizard Pro helps create eye-catching marketing materials in minutes.Templates with high quality elements create ads, social media posts, sales materials and more.Regularly almost $600, Design Wizard Pro is now just $39.If you were born a skilled entrepreneur or a talented resource manager or a persuasive sales professional, that doesn't mean you were also gifted with graphic design talent. In fact, there's a decent chance that visual and artistic gene just completely passed you by.Hey, we...
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Stage and Screen Actor Orson Bean Dies at 91

BroadwayWorld is saddened to report that stage and screen actor Orson Bean has died at age 91. According to The New York Times, his cause of death was a 'traffic accident' in Venice, CA. Capt. Brian Wendling of the Los Angeles Police Department said that Bean was struck and killed by a car on Friday while crossing the street. [Author: BWW News Desk]
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Matt Stawski Will Direct New Musical Film MONSTER MASH From Universal Pictures

A new musical film is coming from Universal Pictures, titled Monster Mash [Author: BWW News Desk]
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CATS Film and More Nominated For 'Razzie Awards' For Cinema's Worst of the Worst

TheGolden Raspberry Awardsalso known in short terms asRazziesandRazzie Awards is a parody award show honoring the worst of cinematic under-achievements. This year's nominations have been announced, and the cast of the Cats film hasmade the list in many categories. [Author: BWW News Desk]
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Link About It: This Week’s Picks

Belgium's beautiful bike route, Australia's guerilla environmental group, Sweden's floating hotel and more from the web Record-Setting NASA Astronaut Returns to Earth Record-setting NASA astronaut Christina Koch has returned to her home planet after an incredible 328 days in orbit—the second-longest single trip into space by an American astronaut. During those 11 months among the stars, Koch took part in the first three all-woman spacewalks, …
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From Stage to Screen: Robert Lopez and Kristen Anderson-Lopez Look for an Oscars Hat-Trick

Between them, married couplecreative partners Robert Lopez and Kristen Anderson-Lopez have quite a few awards to keep polished. On Sunday night, they could earn one more [Author: BWW News Desk]
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Artist Arranges Stones In Stunning Patterns On The Beach, Finds It Very Therapeutic

Jon Foreman discovered land art while in college and immediately fell in love with it. He felt that the natural world had more in it to be explored, particularly where he lives, Pembrokeshire, Wales. More: Jon Foreman, Instagram, Facebook h/t: boredpanda Since the area has an extensive coastline, a huge part of Foreman’s work revolves around the stones he finds near the sea. Source
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Japanese Student Makes A Bouncy Line Of Rubber Band Clothing

Japanese art student Rie Sakamoto has created an incredible line of clothing made out of rubber bands that are knitted together. Sakamoto presented this bouncy line as part of her graduating thesis from the Integrated Design department at Tama Art University. More: Twitter h/t: laughingsquid 立体造形演習の展示やっているのでよろしければ見にきてください! 輪ゴムでジャケットを編みました。 膨らませに来てください。 上野毛キャンパスの地下一階ギャラリーにて! Source
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Snowfall Makes Cars Happy: Someone Drew Eyes And Smiles On The Snow That Fell On The Cars

It had been snowing in St. Petersburg, Russia all night long, and early in the morning owners of cars found their vehicles very happy. They were looking from below in the windows smiling at people. Source
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20 Amazing Photos Of A Young And Hot Axl Rose In The 1980s

It’s hard to believe it now, but there was a time when Axl Rose was on top of the world. Axl Rose was born William Bruce Rose Jr. on February 6, 1962, in Lafayette, Indiana. He eventually moved to California, working odd jobs and playing in bands until the formation of Guns N’ Roses in the mid-1980s. Rose was frequently in trouble with the police and spent time in jail on charges of public... Source
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The Mystery of the Painting in Gallery 634

New evidence suggests a 17th-century work, on view for years at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, was once owned by a Jewish art dealer who fled the Nazis.
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Sheila Atim: ‘I had impostor syndrome until I picked up my MBE

The actor has channelled Bob Dylan and received an honour at just 29. Now she’s finally ready for primetimeSheila Atim would not call it a shrine, exactly, but in her London flat, there is a mantelpiece on which she has placed a few commemorative bits and bobs. There’s an Olivier award here, an MBE there. “My friend did say it looked like a shrine,” she admits, laughing. “But it’s not because I want people to walk into the flat and be blinded by the lights of Sheila’s achievements. These things ...
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