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art in our new home

When we were in Salt Spring Island, we went to the Saturday Market, and I instantly fell in love with this man's work.  Salt Spring artist Lorne Tippett uses wine-barrel stays to create a hanging frame, and carves the designs from reclaimed wood. We splurged and bought one. It's not like we're spending money on anything else this year! It's now hanging on our covered deck. We hung it where you can also see it from inside the house. I love the shape of the wooden base; it echoes t...
Tags: Travel, Art, Personal, Indigenous Peoples, Pacific, Chris, Julie, Vancouver Island, Laura K, Cluxewe Waterfront Bistro, Lorne Tippett, Cluxewe


VIDEO: The Stars of JULIE AND THE PHANTOMS Perform 'Edge of Great'

Check out the stars of the new musical series Julie and the Phantoms from Director Kenny Ortegain action as they tease the song, 'Edge of Great' [Author: Stage Tube]
Tags: Theatre, Julie, Stage Tube, Kenny Ortegain


VIDEO: Netflix Announces Official Cast for Musical Series JULIE AND THE PHANTOMS

Netflix has announced the offiical cast and premiere date for the new musical seriesJulie and the Phantoms from Director Kenny Ortega [Author: Stage Tube]
Tags: Theatre, Netflix, Julie, Kenny Ortega, Stage Tube


Cheyenne Jackson & More Will Star in Kenny Ortega's New Netflix Musical Series, JULIE AND THE PHANTOMS

Netflix has announced the offiical cast and premiere date for the new musical seriesJulie and the Phantoms from Director Kenny Ortega [Author: Stage Tube]
Tags: Theatre, Netflix, Julie, Cheyenne Jackson, Kenny Ortega, Stage Tube


First Inklings of Fame

The class of 2020 has no idea what the future holds — and neither do we. Here’s a look back at some icons starting on their paths to renown.
Tags: Art, Photography, News, Obama, David, Theater, Smith, Eddie, Jones, Barack, Maya, Lee, Murphy, Glenn, Spike, Ginsburg


Broadway Rewind: THE WEDDING SINGER Says 'I Do' on Broadway!

But first, the episode starts off with a look at The Wedding Singer, based on the popular Adam Sandler film. It starred newcomer Stephen Lynch and joining him in the role of Julie, the waitress with a heart of gold, was one Broadway's loveliest leading ladies, Laura Benanti. The musical features a score by Matthew Sklar and Chad Beguelin and a book by Begluin and Tim Herlihy. Rounding out the cast was Kevin Cahoon, Matthew Saldivar, Amy Spanger, Rita Gardner, Felicia Finley and Richard H. Blake....
Tags: Theatre, Broadway, Adam Sandler, Julie, Laura Benanti, Ridge, Stephen Lynch, Matthew Sklar, Chad Beguelin, BroadwayWorld TV, Tim Herlihy, Begluin, Richard H Blake Benanti


Great Read: The Making of a Manager: What to Do When Everyone Looks to You

Great Read: The Making of a Manager: What to Do When Everyone Looks to You abduzeedoJan 03, 2020 I have been working in the design field since 1998, that is 22 years in the field.  Throughout all these years I have had the opportunity to play different roles. From intern, to founder; from simply the lone designer on a team to owning my own design studio and finally working on a massive company like Google. At Google for the past 4 years I have bee...
Tags: Google, Design, Julie, Julie Zhuo, Facebook Book Description Congratulations


VIDEO: Julie Andrews Shares the Highs and Lows of Shooting THE SOUND OF MUSIC

Dame Julie Andrews sat down with The Late Late Show with James Corden on Wednesday night to talk about her memoir and her storied career. After host James Cordengives Julie a look at how he approached the roles of Maria Von Trapp and Mary Poppins for Crosswalk The Musical, he asks Julie about her memories of filming 'The Sound of Music' in Austria, and how the local farmers in the Alps were both a headache and a blessing. [Author: Stage Tube]
Tags: Theatre, Austria, Alps, James Corden, Julie Andrews, Julie, Mary Poppins, Maria von Trapp, Dame Julie Andrews, Stage Tube, James Cordengives Julie


Meet The Paper Year!

I am so excited to once again be teaming up with Helen Hiebert to share her latest creative project! I introduce to you – The Paper Year. While last year Helen offered The Twelve Months of Paper calendar, this year she’s upped her game with a planner.  Although I love technology, I’ve never transitioned to using my phone as my planner. Paper planners and I are life partners (sorry phone). Here’s a description of this little piece of awesomeness: The Paper Year is a wire bound how-to book & mon...
Tags: Art, Instagram, Paper, Way Cool Stuff, Helen, Elissa, Julie, Julia, Helen Hiebert, Thepaperyear, The Paper Year


Doris Day, Film Star And Animal Rights Activist, Has Died At 97

Day was a star who reinvented herself several times. She “achieved indelible fame in big-screen bedroom farces and put a sunny face on the working woman in postwar America,” and walked away from the industry when she could. “In 1981, she moved to Carmel, the Monterey Bay community she fell for while making the 1956 film Julie, and devoted much of her life to animal welfare.” – Los Angeles Times
Tags: Art, America, Los Angeles, People, Carmel, Monterey Bay, Julie, 05.13.19


The story of RAY + JULIE, one of Liverpool’s most iconic public artworks

The ballad of RAY + JULIE Alan Dunn & Brigitte Jurack The story of Liverpool’s mythical public artwork. Named by The Guardian as one of Britain’s top ten secret public artworks, the RAY + JULIE sculpture was created by artists Alan Dunn and Brigitte Jurack in November 1995. Millions have seen RAY + JULIE – […] The post The story of RAY + JULIE, one of Liverpool’s most iconic public artworks appeared first on Artinliverpool.com.
Tags: Art, News, Top, Britain, Liverpool, Alan Dunn, Julie, London Road, Fabric District, Brigitte Jurack, RAY JULIE, JULIE Alan Dunn Brigitte Jurack


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


LEED Gold home celebrates Utah's brilliant light and beauty

Designed to “celebrate Utah’s brilliant light and raw beauty,” this LEED Gold-certified family home in Utah embraces indoor-outdoor living. Salt Lake City-based Sparano + Mooney Architecture crafted the home for clients who sought the perfect mountain home in Park City, Utah. Working in step with interior designer Julie Chahine of J Squared interior design and clients who had a clear idea of what they wanted, the architects pulled together a sustainable and contemporary dwelling that works in c...
Tags: Utah, Design, Salt Lake City, Park City, Park City Utah, Julie, Sparano Mooney Architecture, Sparano Mooney, Julie Chahine, Park City Modern Residence


The Art of the Fold: The Accordion, part 1

Last week I mentioned that I was contacted by Laurence King Publishing, the folks putting out Hedi Kyle and Ulla Warchol‘s new book, The Art of the Fold: How to Make Innovative Books and Paper Structures. I was asked if I would help spread the word about the book – no brainer. So, just like the story of Julie and Julia (but with books and not recipes), I’ve been working my way through Hedi’s book, one structure per day. My last book will be completed on October 2nd, the release date for Hedi’s b...
Tags: Art, Instagram, Bookbinding, Book Arts, Elissa, Julie, Julia, Laurence King, Hedi, Folding, Hedi Kyle, Ulla Warchol, Accordion Book




This couple converted an old school bus into a stunning tiny home

When couple Kai and Julie went to grab a cup of coffee in Berlin, their home city, they had no idea how that beverage break would change their lives. The couple saw an old school bus offered for sale and decided it would be ideal to transform it into a tiny home on wheels. They’d been mulling tiny home options for a while, but the aspect of being able to change locations at will was paramount. Kai and Julie also agreed that cooking and comfortable sleeping were high priorities. Free-flowing ai...
Tags: Design, Youtube, Berlin, Kia, Julie, Kai


Projet étudiant : Désir d’eau, les carafes de Julie Cocatrix

Julie Cocatrix, jeune architecte d’intérieur et designer de 24 ans, présente Désir d’eau, son projet de fin d’études divisé en deux séries naturelles destinées à l’art de la table et dont la fonction est de contenir et servir de l’eau. A l’origine de sa démarche, Julie s’est intéressée, dans un premier temps, à un territoire de la création africaine, la production céramique, initiée par les femmes depuis plus de mille ans dans les villages du Rif marocain ou des hauts plateaux Algérien. Julie...
Tags: Books, Design, France, Service, Nature, Terre, Carafe, Silicone, Julie, Deco, Etudiants, Minimaliste, Objet, Vaisselle, Urbaine, Etudiant


How *Lady Bird* Made A Star Out Of Its Main Character’s Best Friend

Beanie Feldstein played the titular character’s best friend Julie – and she stole most of the scenes she was in, with people tweeting “I want a movie about Julie!” Instead, Feldstein landed her first lead role. “As soon as we saw her in Lady Bird, we knew we’d both found Johanna and seen someone who was going to be a superstar. … From the moment you see her, you root for her.”
Tags: Art, Media, Beanie Feldstein, Julie, Johanna, 07.01.18, Julie Instead Feldstein


Fight Breaks Out In Audience At UK's National Theatre

As an eyewitness tweeted after the incident at a performance of Polly Stenham's modern adaptation of Strindberg's Miss Julie, "As if there wasn't enough onstage drama ... as the play ended tonight, a fight broke out in the circle between a couple of middle-aged blokes, held back by their respective crews."
Tags: Art, UK, Theatre, Julie, Strindberg, 06.04.18, Polly Stenham


Exit Lines: MeToo Musicals

To review the Tony-nominated musicals of the recent past is a reminder of how small the number of Tony-nominated musicals that can profitably be revived on Broadway is. Shows as diverse as Bright Star, Nice Work If You Can Get It, and Memphis (the 2009 winner) can go on to half lives on tour and as theatre group favorites, but a second Broadway run is all but out of the question, as it is for the umpteenth movies-into-musicals that crowd a typical season. If Broadway revivals is one element that...
Tags: Music, New York, London, Downton Abbey, Theatre, Spain, Broadway, South Pacific, Lincoln Center, Oklahoma, Memphis, George Bernard Shaw, New England, Thompson, Carousel, Diana Rigg


New pay-what-you-can restaurant opens in Fort Worth, Texas

A Texas couple have opened a new restaurant that offers a pay-what-you-can model. Taste Community Restaurant targets middle class people struggling to get by with excellent food at an affordable price. “Specifically,” Taste Community chef and co-founder Julie Williams told Dallas Morning News, “the missing middle 90 percent of the hungry who are not homeless and don’t qualify for government assistance. They might be choosing between food and medical bills or medication, be a single parent tryin...
Tags: Food, Texas, Design, News, Sustainable Business, Hunger, Restaurant, United States, Dallas, Fort Worth, Jeff Williams, Dallas Morning News, Social Responsibility, Local Businesses, Eat & Drink, Helping People


Interview : Julie Hong signe la Lofe Coffee Table

Julie Hong, étudiante coréenne en design industriel basée en Californie, présente Lofe Coffee Table, une table basse en bois de cerisier et tissu de laine pensée pour prendre le café.  BED a pris contact avec Julie afin qu’elle puisse nous développer son projet, de façon personnelle : Julie, peux-tu te présenter en quelques mots ?  Je suis née à Séoul et je suis actuellement en Californie pour étudier le design industriel. Je vais obtenir un diplôme de bachelière en sciences au Collège de design...
Tags: Books, Design, Seoul, Table, Etats-unis, Californie, Julie, CNC, Scandinave, Deco, Laine, Etudiants, Mobilier, Coree, Minimaliste, Urbaine


London Design Festival 2017: Gallery Galore and More

As with any design week, the tentpole tradeshows and group exhibitions of London Design Festival can be a mixed bag of brands, manufacturers, collectives, independent designers, and sponsored pavilions. While the disparate exhibitors cater to different albeit overlapping audiences, the jarring juxtapositions can be chaotic if not altogether unfortunate.Thankfully, galleries offer a rather more curated experience, while student exhibitions remain as timely and relevant as ever, and LDF did not di...
Tags: Design, Milan, London, Events, Exhibitions, Mayfair, Lars von Trier, Stockholm, Design Festivals, Christie, Julie, Carpenter, Alvarez, Li Edelkoort, Breda, LDF


In an Unused Harlem Church, a Towering Work of a ‘Genius’

Julie Mehretu, a MacArthur Foundation “genius,” is executing a monumental new commission for the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art.
Tags: Art, News, MacArthur Foundation, Julie, Moran, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, Julie Mehretu, Jason (1975-, Mehretu, Harlem Church


Julie Mehretu Reaches for New Heights

With a former Harlem church as her studio, Ms. Mehretu is executing a monumental new commission for the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art.
Tags: Art, News, Harlem, Julie, Moran, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, New Heights, Julie Mehretu, Jason (1975-, Mehretu


Interview with Julie Anixter, Executive Director of AIGA

Below is an interview with Julie Anixter, Executive Director of AIGA, on the topic of career development, which is the topic of the this year’s annual AIGA Design Conference in Minneapolis, Minnesota on October 12-14, 2017. Enjoy! 1. Why is career development so important to AIGA? Careers in design are morphing constantly alongside an evolving industry, which presents a challenge for all designers, new and established. The AIGA community draws from a wealth of experience to help provide foresi...
Tags: Freelancing, Design, Advice, US, Aiga, Design For Students, Julie, Minneapolis Minnesota, Julie Anixter, Tom Peters Seth Godin, Joseph Dyer, Gyongy Laky


10 tactics for better interaction when the webinar audience is “listen only”

Many webinar and webcast softwares default to participants joining in “listen only” mode, and this makes sense – controlling audio is a critical part of managing a great virtual event, and a presentation is a different communication style than a conversation (like in a meeting). Sometimes, too, live audio interaction isn’t either possible or preferable, but it doesn’t mean that interaction needs to be missing or even wait until the end. If your objective is to raise the engagement quotient of y...
Tags: Design, Skype, Speaking, Jules, Kyle, Julie, Roger, Deanna, Presentation Planning, Presentation Design, Diversions, Presentation Delivery


The Whirligig - Too many coincidences

Reviewed by Judd Hollander A subtitle for The Whirligig,   the new drama by Hamish Linklater, could very well be "Six Degrees of Separation Lite". Presented by The New Group and currently having its world premiere at the   Pershing   Square   Signature   Center , the work   offers some fine acting and a rather intriguing narrative, but ultimately fails to deliver the necessary impact. In a hospital in the Berkshires, a 23-year old woman named Julie (Grace Van Patten) is ...
Tags: Theatre, Michael, Greg, Patrick, Julie, Wells, Kristina, Berkshires, Derrick, Butz, Trish, Linklater, New Group, Mamet, Van Patten, Orsini


Georgia Couple Convert Old Blue Bird School Bus Into A Cozy Home On Wheels

Working under the motto of “Minimal, Mobile, Modern,” Julie and Andrew Puckett shunned their landlord’s attempt at raising their apartment rent and opted to convert a 1990 Blue Bird school bus into a sweet little home on wheels they’ve named House Bus. Currently parked in a green pine forest in Stone Mountain, Georgia, the couple’s beloved bus has all of the comforts of home. More info: House Bus (h/t: inhabitat, apartmenttherapy) Once the couple decided to make the leap into tiny home livin...
Tags: Design, House, Julie, Stone Mountain Georgia, Andrew Puckett, Georgia Couple Convert Old Blue Bird School


Georgia couple convert old Blue Bird school bus into a cozy home on wheels

Working under the motto of “Minimal, Mobile, Modern,” Julie and Andrew Puckett shunned their landlord’s attempt at raising their apartment rent and opted to convert a 1990 Blue Bird school bus into a sweet little home on wheels they’ve named House Bus. Currently parked in a green pine forest in Stone Mountain, Georgia, the couple’s beloved bus has all of the comforts of home. Once the couple decided to make the leap into tiny home living, they drove six hours to check out an old bus that was t...
Tags: Design, Georgia, House, Julie, Stone Mountain Georgia, Apartment Therapy, Andrew Puckett, Selena Kirchhoff



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