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Feel Space: Poets 4 Orlando

All the way from Myrtle Broadway to Broadway Lafayette to 72nd Street and from Strawberry Fields to Sheep’s Meadow, I hoped I’d run into anyone looking like me who might be headed to Poets 4 Orlando, a reading and gathering held in vigil for the victims of the shooting at Pulse. Two days earlier, Brenda […]

25 Best Photoshop Actions With Creative Photo Effects

You can achieve very high-quality photo effects without it having to take you days, hours, or your whole work week creating them from scratch. In this article, we showcase a selection of our best photo effect Photoshop actions from Envato...Show More Summary

Romanian speed folk brass band music—via a Prince fan from Guelph

Guelph, Ont.'s Adrian Raso and his Romanian jazz collaborators are finally taking their prize-winning, European chart-topping album on tour in Canada The post Romanian speed folk brass band music—via a Prince fan from Guelph appeared first on Macleans.ca.

Experience Miami Through an Augmented Reality App Experience

Lapse enables users to re-examine local murals, parks, and city transport through augmented reality.

Art, mathematics and a spider crab at the D’Arcy Thompson Zoology Museum

In spite of the loss of a large part of its collection, the museum remains a wonderful place to visit. For the historical specimens of course but also for a number of artefacts that are interesting from an artistic point of view

We Went to Philly Part 2: ICA

yesterdayArts : Art Fag City

Four shows: many tiny paintings, one huge painting, art with moms, and TOO MANY VIDEOS.

The Artificially-Intelligent Apocalypse Looks Better in 360°

Digital artist Michael Green and experimental musician Jónó Mí Ló launch the first chapter of a five-part series about a world consumed by super-intelligent AI.

Time Lapse of Urban Life

The Lion City II - Majulah from Keith Loutit on Vimeo.This video combines a lot of sophisticated time lapse techniques to provide a dynamic vision of life in the city.

Berlin warms up for techno and visuals in a Portuguese castle

Techno lineups don’t have to be scraped off of the top of DJ charts and Google searches. And visuals don’t have to look like a screensaver that got drunk. Festival Forte, set for the end of August at the castle of Montemor-o-Velho, between Porto and Lisbon on the Portuguese coast, is a glimpse of something different. Show More Summary

M1 and Joey Bada$$ Draw 'The Message' Out of Today’s Hip-Hop [Premiere]

Joey Bada$$ links up with M1, of Dead Prez fame, to meditate and paint a wall piece in the pilot episode of new series called 'M1's The Message.'

A composition you can only hear by moving your head

“It’s almost like there’s an echo of the original music in the space.” After years of music being centered on stereo space and fixed timelines, sound seems ripe for reimagination as open and relative. Tim Murray-Browne sends us a fascinating idea for how to do that, in a composition in sound that transforms as you change your point of view. Show More Summary

New and Old Hollywood

With credits ranging from Captain Phillips to The Hunger Games, plus several stints in WGA contract negotiations, Billy Ray knows as much as any screenwriter about the realities of working writers and the turmoil in the industry. He joins us to talk about his new Amazon pilot, The Last Tycoon, which charts the behind-the-scenes drama at a 1930s Hollywood studio.

Our Instant Gratification Obsession Gets a Group Show

'Temporary Highs,' the newest show at New York’s bitforms gallery, tackles our need to relentlessly share and receive online validation.

Why Audiences Love The Acoustics In Some Concert Halls And Hate Them In Others

“Nicholas Edwards has provided acoustic design for some of the most loved music and theatrical venues in the world. In this video, Nick shares what makes concert hall acoustics vary widely – even when they are of similar shape – and the key to making a hall loved by audiences.” (video)

Art that Exposes the Theater of Politics

3 days agoArts : Hyperallergic

CLEVELAND — In a drawing by cartoonist Edward Freska, the bald eagle that represents the United States on the country’s Great Seal is injured.

Scriptnotes, Ep 254: The One with the Kates — Transcript

The original post for this episode can be found here. John August: Hey, this is John. So, today’s episode has a little bit of swearing, not a lot. But if you’re driving in the car with your kids, this is your warning. Thanks. Kate: Previously on Scriptnotes: John: My One Cool Thing is The Katering […]

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