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The Best Procreate Brushes for iPad (Free & Premium Packs)

Procreate for iPad is a creative application for artists that makes use of the iPad’s sensitive display to draw directly on-screen. It’s becoming an increasingly popular tool with illustrator’s and letterers who enjoy being able to use traditional art techniques with handheld tools, without the disconnect between a graphics tablet and computer monitor. As with established software like Photoshop, Procreate incorporates brushes to simulate various media, such as paints, inks and pencils. There’s ...
Tags: Design, Free, Roundup, Articles, Design Resources, Brushes, Georg, Abbie, Jamie Bartlett, Ian Barnard, ProCreate, Trailhead Design Co, Matthew Baldwin, Best Procreate Brushes, Free Procreate Brushes, Procreate Brush Pack

As Soft and as Pink as a Nursery -- 13 Really Sexist Musicals

In this moment in our cultural history, in which we're finally calling out expressions of sexism, racism, and other bias, it's worth looking closer at the shows we produce. Maybe the Era of Trump has made it necessary.A while back, I wrote a blog post about musicals that are much darker than most people think. Now we're having debates about problematic content in older musicals, and whether or not some older shows should be largely retired.Sometimes people tell me -- apologetically, but not rea...
Tags: Musicals, Sexism, Theatre, America, Broadway, Adelaide, Alps, Theater, Annie, Jfk, Pink, Kate, Shakespeare, Times, Pacific, Andrew Lloyd Webber

In London, a Frenzied Frieze Week in the Shadow of Brexit

The city was teeming with foreign visitors for the art fairs, auctions and exhibitions. But Britain’s exit from the European Union was weighing on many minds.
Tags: Art, London, News, European Union, Britain, Gallery, Brexit, Calif, Baselitz, Josef, Kusama, Albers, Georg, Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, Yayoi, Frieze art fair

Painting Wagner: Celebrated Artists’ New Work for the Opera Stage

Some of Germany’s most noted artists are lending their talents to two high-profile productions at prestigious music festivals.
Tags: Art, News, Germany, Opera, Audi, Richard, Neo, Rosa, Wagner, Rauch, Pierre, Baselitz, Sharon, Loy, Georg, Bavarian State Opera

Jimmys Roundup: Meet the Nominees of the 2016 National High School Musical Theatre Awards!

Tonight's the night After months of exclusive coverage by BroadwayWorld, including written and video blogs, interviews of nominees and winners, plus tons of other features, dozens of kids from across the country will gather to compete for the ultimate prize- Best Performance by an Actor and Actress at the National High School Musical Theatre Awards, also known as the Jimmy Awards, tonight, Monday, June 27, 2016 at the Minskoff Theatre. This year's awards ceremony is hosted by Zachary Levi who is...
Tags: Theatre, Georg, Zachary Levi, BWW Special Coverage

Tony Awards Close-Up: Zachary Levi Opens Up About His Dream Realized in SHE LOVES ME

Georg earns the love of Amalia in She Loves Me, just as Zachary Levi steals the hearts of audiences nightly at Studio 54. This marks film and television star's first Tony nomination in second Broadway role he made his debut in FIRST DATE, and he's still in awe of his dreams being realized. Watch below as he explains why he loves SHE LOVES ME [Author: BroadwayWorld TV]
Tags: Theatre, Broadway, Tony, Georg, Amalia, BroadwayWorld TV, Zachary Levi

10 Musical Theatre Titles We Take for Granted

Because I was practically singing show tunes coming out of my mother's uterus, I never really stopped to think about a lot of things in classic musicals. Because I first encountered them, got to know them, then memorized them while I was too young to really think about them in any serious way, it didn't occur to me until much later that there were things there worth thinking about...For instance... My Fair Lady I grew up thinking this was kind of a dumb title for a show, if we're being honest...
Tags: Musicals, Abc, Wikipedia, Berlin, Theatre, America, Spain, Chicago, New York Times, Amsterdam, Broadway, Jesus, Theater, Shakespeare, Othello, St Louis

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