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Alice Walker Pens Moving Essay on THE COLOR PURPLE, Celie as a Character and Oluwaseyi Omooba

On Facebook this week, producer Scott Sanders shared the below letter from the Pulitzer Prize winning writer of The Color Purple, Alice Walker... [Author: BWW News Desk]
Tags: Facebook, Theatre, Alice Walker, Celie, Scott Sanders, BWW News Desk, Oluwaseyi Omooba, Alice Walker Pens Moving Essay


Rialto Chatter: Will MRS. DOUBTFIRE Musical Land on Broadway Next Year?

As BroadwayWorld reported last month, Tony-nominated actor, Rob McClure, will star in the title role of the world premiere production of Mrs. Doubtfire this holiday season at Seattle's5th Avenue Theatre. It might not be much longer until the new musical lands on Broadway, however. A recent Facebook post from Miranda Hillard, the character played by Sally Field in the 1993 film, suggests that the announcement of a Broadway transfer is imminent. [Author: Rialto Chatter]
Tags: Facebook, Theatre, Broadway, Seattle, Tony, BroadwayWorld, Sally Field, Rob McClure, Rialto Chatter, Miranda Hillard


Twitch Has Become The Most-Popular Live-Streaming Platform, And… There Are Problems

More people watch live streams on Twitch than on any other digital platform, including YouTube and Facebook, according to a report from StreamElements. But the platform has struggled to police content . – The New York Times
Tags: Art, Facebook, Media, Audience, 10.10.19


Facebook Would Pay $40 Million For Falsely Inflating Video Metrics

The suit accused Facebook of acknowledging miscalculations in metrics upon press reports, but still not taking responsibility for the breadth of the problem. “The average viewership metrics were not inflated by only 60%-80%; they were inflated by some 150 to 900%,” stated an amended complaint. – The Hollywood Reporter
Tags: Art, Facebook, Media, Audience, 10.08.19


How Susan Kare applied embroidery skills to create the iconic Macintosh icons

In the early 1980s, Susan Kare joined Apple Computer to design fonts and user interface graphics. A legend of pixel art, Kare created the look of the original Macintosh, from the Chicago typeface to the Trash Can to the Happy Mac icon. She's currently creative director at Pinterest. David Kindy profiles Kare in Smithsonian: Pioneering designer Susan Kare was taught by her mother how to do counted-thread embroidery, which gave her the basic knowledge she needed to create the first icons for t...
Tags: Apple, Art, Facebook, Post, Design, News, Microsoft, Steve Jobs, Ui, Computers, Chicago, Illustration, Ux, Apple Computer, 8-bit, Interface Design


Talking Heads Songs Become Midcentury Pulp Novels, Magazines & Advertisements: “Burning Down the House,” “Once in a Lifetime,” and More

Do you like Talking Heads? Writer and visual artist Douglas Coupland once proposed that question as the truest test of whether you belong to the cohort named by his novel Generation X. Coupland's contemporary colleague in letters Jonathan Lethem summed up his own early Talking Heads mania thus: "At the peak, in 1980 or 1981, my identification was so complete that I might have wished to wear the album Fear of Music in place of my head so as to be more clearly seen by those around me." What makes...
Tags: Google, Art, Facebook, Music, Design, College, America, Radiohead, House, David Bowie, Joni Mitchell, Seoul, Lucy, David Byrne, Facebook Twitter, Byrne


Addicted To Your Screens? It’s Your Own Fault!

“We talk about addiction, but when it comes to Candy Crush, really? Facebook? We’re not freebasing Facebook. We’re not injecting Instagram here,” Mr. Eyal said one morning over croissants at New York’s Bryant Park. “These are things we can do something about, but we love to think the technology is doing it to us.” – The New York Times
Tags: Art, Facebook, New York, Instagram, Ideas, Bryant Park, Eyal, 10.06.19


Vans sneakers boycotted in Hong Kong after they pulled a protest-themed shoe design from public competition

In Hong Kong, a boycott has begun of skateboard lifestyle brand Vans after the company pulled the above design from their annual Vans Custom Culture competition. In the contest, the public is invited to submit their designs in competition for a cash prize and having their shoe design manufactured. This particular design is themed around the current anti-government protests in Hong Kong and it was apparently doing quite well in the competition. From CNN: The design, attributed to a Canada-base...
Tags: Facebook, Hong Kong, Post, Fashion, Design, News, Shoes, Cnn, Canada, Protests, Apparel, Contests, Sneakers


Vans boycotted in Hong Kong after they pulled a protest-themed shoe design from public competition

In Hong Kong, a boycott has begun of skateboard lifestyle brand Vans after the company pulled the above design from their annual Vans Custom Culture competition. In the contest, the public is invited to submit their designs in competition for a cash prize and having their shoe design manufactured. This particular design is themed around the current anti-government protests in Hong Kong and it was apparently doing quite well in the competition. From CNN: The design, attributed to a Canada-base...
Tags: Facebook, Hong Kong, Post, Fashion, Design, News, Shoes, Cnn, Canada, Protests, Apparel, Contests, Sneakers


The Secret To A Life Well-Lived

If you’re tired of other people’s “Month of Gratitude” posts on Facebook, sorry to tell you this, but that’s the secret – gratitude. Wildly, if you want to save for retirement or something, gratitude is also the way to go: “We’ve repeatedly been able to show the close link between gratitude and self-control. In 2014, we demonstrated that people induced to feel grateful, compared with those induced to feel happiness or no emotion at all, became much more willing to wait for a larger financial re...
Tags: Art, Facebook, Ideas, 10.04.19


Are You Sitting Down?

If you’re not sitting down, you might want to do that now. I’ve decided to start posting to my blog again, at least on an experimental basis. For the past year almost, I’ve entertained the thought that art blogs may be a thing of the past. After all, there’s Facebook and Instagram now, and people have acquired new habits of connecting. But this medium has called to me again, because when I want to find content from my artist friends, I still want to read their blogs. So why not provide that same...
Tags: Art, Facebook, Instagram, Martha Marshall, Deibert Park Watercolor


FRUSTRATION

I have been seeing your work and trying to comment but, once again, blogger says, no.  My post just goes away and never gets there.  But know I am looking and enjoying your work.  And congratulations, Jennifer, on finishing your dissertation!! Loved the last two little village homes you painted, Bruce.  And always love what you are doing, Chris, with charcoal now :) and you, Lisa and Laura, with your seaside beauties. I never know why I cannot get through - hope it doesn’t continue, as it makes ...
Tags: Art, Facebook, Chris, Rh Carpenter, Laura, Jennifer, Lisa


SKETCHBOOK STUFF 1

Not inspired right now.  No enthusiasm for painting so... Just opened up my sketchbook (thin paper so have to be light with the pigments and water) and came up with a couple of sketches that might become paintings later - or they might just remain as is.   Burn 8 x 11 sketch Sometimes it's hard to keep going when there's no road to follow - but, I know, that is what makes it fun (when it's fun).   Run 8 x 11 sketch Need to stay off the news and Facebook - both are de...
Tags: Amazon, Art, Facebook, Nasa, Rh Carpenter, Sketchbook/Watercolor Sketches


Has the world (or time) gone to the dogs?

There are things in life that never change regardless of modern societal trends. Especially when I’m referring to the human senses. Walking in the forest during the peak of the Autumn season or the fragrance of the food from the local market. The simple pleasures of life still hold value because it is part of our most important currency, which is time. What to do with your time is entirely up to you. We all get 24 hours a day to choose how to fill our lives up. Would we appreciate our ...
Tags: Art, Facebook, Dogs, Pets, North America 2019, Petportraits


12 Steps to Make Awesome Video Content

This article was contibuted by Roman Daneghyan. We live in a fast-paced world. Everything around us is becoming more bold, vivid and dynamic. Videos are becoming more embedded in society- they are part of most people’s everyday lives. In fact, videos have become vital in today’s media industry. Whether it’s entertainment, news, advertisements or reality shows- videos are an integral part of the global media landscape. More and more, videos are on the rise, with over 50% of viewers watching their...
Tags: Google, Facebook, Video, Design, Wordpress, Marketing, Social Media, Guest Articles, YouTube Facebook, Carlos Perez, Blogging & Content Marketing, Despacito, Renderforest, Roman Daneghyan, SEO Social Media Marketing, Power Of Music Music


Judge Orders Removal of Online Posts Alleging Sexual Harassment by Subodh Gupta

A Delhi judge has ordered Facebook and Google to remove posts related to allegations of sexual harassment against artist Subodh Gupta, Art News reports. Judge Rajiv Sahai Endlaw called the posts “defamatory,” and ruled they “cannot be permitted to be made in public domain.” Read more at Art Newspaper  
Tags: Google, Art, Facebook, News, Delhi, Art News, Minipost, Subodh Gupta, Rajiv Sahai Endlaw


Listening Clubs Bring Audiences Of NPR’s Spanish-Language Podcast Together In Real Life

Radio Ambulante has a Facebook group with thousands of members in more than 19 countries. Editors there decided, “Let’s go back to the first place and do this but offline. We don’t want to have Facebook in between you and other listeners.” So they’ve organized listening clubs (the podcast equivalent of book clubs) for people to meet in person, listen to Radio Ambulante, and discuss what they’ve heard. – Nieman Lab
Tags: Art, Facebook, Media, Npr, Audience, Radio Ambulante, 09.30.19


How to Get Clients: 15 Ways to Help Clients Find & Hire You

In a perfect world, we would never run out of clients and we would never have to go looking for work. Unfortunately, we don’t live in a perfect world and for many of us, prospecting clients is part of the job, even when we would rather be working on projects professional or personal in nature. What if we told you that you could have potential clients fill up your inbox or call you to work with you? If you’re not asking, “Yes, how can I do that?” Then thank you for your time. For everyon...
Tags: Freelancing, Facebook, Business, Design, Marketing, Linkedin, Gary Vaynerchuk, Dribbble, Willy Wonka, Blogging & Content Marketing, Small Business Owners Tip, Disney World Getting


12 Free Sources of Creativity For Logo & Brand Designers

This is a guest article contributed by Usman Raza. Creating a logo is easier said than done. No online marketing or advertising campaign can succeed without resting on a powerful logo to identify the brand. The creative designer has a rather difficult job of summarizing what the entire company represents in a tiny mark. To help with this job, searching for inspiration is a good place to start. See our list of the best logo design inspiration resources below. Also check out our 101+ top logo desi...
Tags: Facebook, Design, Creativity, Reddit, Branding, Logo Design, Guest Articles, Guest Article, Reddit Reddit, Twitter Twitter, YouTube YouTube, Instagram Twitter, Behance Behance, Usman Raza, Facebook Instagram Instagram, Dribbble Dribbble


All You Need to Know About Colors in Your Logo Design

Now, more than ever, we, humans, are visual beings. Our eyes scroll through thousands of information every day, and we keep being hungry for great visuals to get us inspired, productive, entertained, excited. Right now, telling a perfect story with visual digital tools is the most important part of getting your message across and attracting more people. Every color is a story - what role colors play in this game and how can they help you speak to your audience?   White   White is known as...
Tags: Apple, Facebook, Design, Yahoo, Wikipedia, Switzerland, Starbucks, Color Theory, Brown, Mc Donald, White White, Skype Twitter, Green Green, Pink Pink, PRIMARY-CHANNELS, CHANNEL-DIGITAL-ART


The Loudest One is Ours

We close our St. Louis production of Be More Chill just as the Broadway production has posted its closing notice for a little over a month from now. It's another reminder, as if we needed one, that this miraculous thing we create, this piece of deeply felt art that we all pour ourselves into, exists only for a while and then it's gone.I often hear people say that's why theatre is so special. Call me a cynic, but I look forward to the day when we have real-life holodecks and we can literally rel...
Tags: Facebook, Science Fiction, New York, Theatre, Broadway, New Line, St Louis, Grace, Hamilton, Bmc, Broadway Musicals, John Waters, Kevin, St Louis Post Dispatch, Scott Miller, Calvin Wilson


Andy Warhol Demystified: Four Videos Explain His Groundbreaking Art and Its Cultural Impact

We all have a few images to associate with Andy Warhol — Campbell's soup cans, colorized Marilyns and duplicated Elvises, that wig — and also a few words, usually something to the effect of everyone in the future being famous for fifteen minutes. Now that we seem nearly to have arrived in that future, we might well wonder what else Warhol understood about our world. But we can't know that until we have a clearer sense of just what he was up to, and these four short primers offer a solid ...
Tags: Google, Art, Facebook, New York, College, America, History, Green, Andy Warhol, Warhol, Khan, Seoul, Coca Cola, Khan Academy, Stanford University, Campbell


The Shifting Dynamics of Boys and Girls’ Decision to Share their Creative Programming Projects

Informal online learning communities are one of the most exciting and successful ways to engage young people in technology. As the most successful example of the approach, over 40 million children from around the world have created accounts on the Scratch online community where they learn to code by creating interactive art, games, and stories. However, despite its enormous reach and its focus on inclusiveness, participation in Scratch is not as broad as one would hope. For example, reflecting a...
Tags: Facebook, Design, Learning, Research, Blogging, Scratch, Benjamin Mako Hill, Wide Walls, Natural Experiment, Emilia Gan, Shifting Dynamics of Boys, Community Data Science Collective


Before The Kremlin Could Stop It, Rap Spread All Over Russia

It was the Web, and especially V Kontakte (Russia’s Facebook), that made it possible, and, as always in such cases, the old fogeys in charge didn’t catch on until it was too late to stop or co-opt it. So now the Kremlin is nervous. – The New York Times
Tags: Art, Facebook, Music, Russia, Kremlin, Audience, 05.21.19, Kontakte Russia


Banksy Strikes Again in Venice

Juxtapoz writes: "Never invited to be the part of Venice Biennale, Banksy once again invited himself to showcase his work. Using a typical pop-up stand that usually sells tacky paintings and souvenirs, he assembled a selection of 9 works that collectively built an image of a massive cruise ship blocking the city." In recent years, the flood of massive cruise ships into Venice has created tensions between Venetians and tourism companies. It's pretty clear on what side the street artist co...
Tags: Google, Art, Facebook, College, Current Affairs, Venice, William Shatner, Facebook Twitter, Forces the Mayor City Council, Juxtapoz, Venice Time Machine, Big Data Pink Floyd Plays, Banksy Strikes Again, Venice Biennale Banksy


The Bauhaus Bookshelf: Download Original Bauhaus Books, Journals, Manifestos & Ads That Still Inspire Designers Worldwide

The Bauhaus, Barry Bergdoll writes in the New York Times of the German design school founded a century ago last month, "lasted just 14 years before the Nazis shut it down. And yet in that time it proved a magnet for much that was new and experimental in art, design and architecture — and for decades after, its legacy played an outsize role in changing the physical appearance of the daily world, in everything from book design to household lighting to lightweight furniture." Celebrations of the B...
Tags: Google, Art, Facebook, Design, College, Nazis, History, New York Times, Paul Klee, Seoul, Facebook Twitter, Laszlo Moholy Nagy, Walter Gropius, Colin Marshall, New York s Museum of Modern Art, Riegel


The Best Pens & Pencils for Designers, Artists & Creatives in 2019

Despite what we may think, for someone who works in a creative space, no piece of tech will replace a quality pen for quick sketches of ideas and projects.  The problem is, like many other product landscapes, the options that are available when it comes to a good pen  are almost endless and can cause headaches and confusion trying to find the best one for your type of work. With that in mind, we wanted to build a guide for designers, artists & illustrators to the best pens available, includ...
Tags: Facebook, Japan, Tools, Design, California, Best, Graphic Design, Edward, Pens, Pencils, Faber Castell, Moma, Pentel, Sakura, John Steinbeck, Chuck Jones


Revolutionize VR! Oculus is looking to hire an Industrial Designer

VR existed before Oculus, but Oculus put VR on the map and in homes. When the company first announced its product, the first Rift, it made waves with how much it promised. Two screens in front of each eye, 360° tracking so you can look around, with absolutely zero latency between both screens. A seamless experience that up until then, seemed unbelievable. The company raised $2.5 million on Kickstarter, and was finally acquired by Facebook, which propelled Oculus to newer heights. Oculus has rece...
Tags: Facebook, Design, Oculus, Seattle, Rift, Job Board, Product Design, Yanko, Quest, AR / VR, YD Job Board, Industrial Designer, YD Job Alert, Seattle Washington The Opportunity Facebook, Facebook 's AR VR, Oculus Portal Facebook


Cincinnati Ballet Runs Classes For Children With Range Of (Dis)Abilities

“Ballet Moves began in 2014 when the father of a young girl with Down syndrome asked if any of the classes suited her needs. The answer was no. But Julie Sunderland, who trained with Boston Ballet’s adaptive dance program before coming to the Cincinnati Ballet 11 years ago, said she would start one. … Two years later, the class expanded to children with other disabilities after Sunderland saw a Facebook post about a man with cerebral palsy who used dance to create new neurological pathways and ...
Tags: Art, Facebook, Dance, Sunderland, Boston Ballet, SJ, Cincinnati Ballet, Julie Sunderland, 05.16.19


The Internet Is Fragmenting And Information Is Being Balkanized. Here’s How

A separate internet for some, Facebook-mediated sovereignty for others: whether the information borders are drawn up by individual countries, coalitions, or global internet platforms, one thing is clear – the open internet that its early creators dreamed of is already gone. – BBC
Tags: Art, Facebook, Media, 05.15.19



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