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Festivals Extra: Denver Group Announces An Alt-Show Called DINK For March 2016

People are drooling over photos of the Sherman Street Event Center, the space being used for a new indie/alt show launching in March 2016: DINK (Denver Independent Comic And Art Expo). The first version is set for March 25-26 in that...Show More Summary

Handpicked gems meet gold vermeil at Tummino’s Trunk Show

1 hour agoArts / Museums : Beyond Bones

Native Texan Mirta Tummino discovered her talent for jewelry design while working for a Fortune 500 company in Chicago. Her part-time design and metalsmithing studies at the Lillstreet Art Center quickly became a passion when she started selling her one-of-a-kind designs … Continue reading ?

Now That's a Black Widow Action Figure! Play Arts Kai Meets Demand

2 hours agoHumor : Topless Robot

This may be a first - an anime-styled version of an American-created comic-book heroine who's less objectified than the original. Fully zipped up so as not to show cleavage, Natasha comes with m...

exhibition-ism: Loving the energetic paintings of Oakland based...

6 hours agoArts / Art History : Old Paint

exhibition-ism: Loving the energetic paintings of Oakland based artist Anna Valdez Her upcoming solo show opens August 8th at En Em Art Space in Sacramento!  In the meantime, check out her Instagram for daily goodness

Create Retro Art for Your Tiki Bar in a Weekend

13 hours agoHobbies : Make: Workshop

Philip Bradley shows how he created two mixed media works inspired by the mid-century WITCO furnishing designs of the '60s. Read more on MAKE The post Create Retro Art for Your Tiki Bar in a Weekend appeared first on Make: DIY Projects, How-Tos, Electronics, Crafts and Ideas for Makers.

Tommy Tune still dancing to those fascinating rhythms

Ten-time Tony Award-winner Tommy Tune will perform "Taps, Tunes and Tall Tales," his one-man show, as the headliner at Chicago Human Rhythm Project's 25th anniversary Jubalee Gala to be held July 30 at the Museum of Contemporary Art. The post Tommy Tune still dancing to those fascinating rhythms appeared first on Chicago Entertainment - Chicago Sun-Times.

Exclusive: Felipe Martins Captivates in Black Fashions for Ganzaro Shoot

Felipe Martins (Elo Management) is our latest editorial star as he embraces black fashions and shows off his six-pack for a shoot with photographer Ganzaro (Godiva Art Studio). The Brazilian swimmer and model also stars in an accompanying short video as he rocks contemporary staples from Diesel, Colcci, Calvin Klein and other brands. Show More Summary

Federal humanities grants aim to put scholars on best seller lists

Aiming to show that scholarly research in literature, history and the arts remains lively and relevant in an era dominated by science, engineering and technology, the National Endowment for the Humanities has embarked on a "Public Scholars" campaign to generate books that embody excellent scholarship...

VOTD: How Hot Toys Makes Their Stupendous, Incredibly Detailed Collectible Figures

Obviously we’re big movie fans here at SlashFilm. And some of us like to show our passion by having cool stuff on our shelves. Whether it’s prop replicas, LEGO sets, action figures or a piece of art on the wall, we like to show how much we love what we love. Show More Summary

5 Free Art Shows You Should See in L.A. This Week

This week, a 73-year-old artist sings her life story and a Mid-City garage becomes a bar with ashtrays made of PBR cans. Out of line Artist Henry Taylor often is quoted as saying that painting is like "having a carton of milk in the fridge. It's just going to happen."...

How to Properly Wrassle Roasted Brussels Sprouts on Episode 12 of You Suck at Cooking

yesterdayHumor / odd : Laughing Squid

Episode 11 of You Suck at Cooking shows how to properly wrassle roasted brussels sprouts. Unfairly maligned, often antagonized, openly judged; performance art has had a bad rap for decades. Unrelated, brussels sprouts are delicious.

Federal humanities grants aim to put scholars on best seller lists

Aiming to show that scholarly research in literature, history and the arts remains lively and relevant in an era dominated by science, engineering and technology, the National Endowment for the Humanities has embarked on a "Public Scholars" campaign to generate books that embody excellent scholarship...

Whoa, Pentagon Influences TV Shows Like 'American Idol'? New Documents Show Scary Collaboration

The military is everywhere in our arts and entertainment looking for a way to promote its public relations agenda. It's a little-known fact that the Pentagon has for years directly influenced the production of a wide variety of television programming. Show More Summary

Boyd Holbrook, Wagner Moura + More Get Serious for ‘Narcos’ Poster Art

Netflix gears up for the release of its new original series Narcos. Character artwork is unveiled featuring the show’s stars, Pedro Pascal, Wagner Moura, Boyd Holbrook and Juan Pablo Raba. The official synopsis reads: “The Medellin cartel–the most violent, ruthless and wealthy criminal organization in the history of modern crime. Show More Summary

Inaugural Seattle Art Fair opens with over 60 exhibitors and installations throughout the city

yesterdayArts : Artdaily

When the inaugural Seattle Art Fair, co-produced by Art Market Productions and Vulcan Inc., launches on July 30, 2015, the show will present an unprecedented program in the Pacific Northwest with international galleries including Gagosian,...Show More Summary

From jail to MTV, Pyongyang: 30 years of provocative Slovenia art

yesterdayArts : Artdaily

Hitler sporting a Karl Marx beard and a swastika formed with axes are just some of the provocative pieces starring at the first show ever by Slovenia's shock art collective, NSK. The show launches as the now cult Slovenian art project again ruffles establishment feathers by staging a pair of unlikely summer concerts in pariah nation North Korea. Show More Summary

First Look: Tangled: The Musical Concept Art

In April, we told you that Disney would be producing a stage production of Tangled for their Disney Cruise ships. Tangled: The Musical will premiere onboard the Disney Magic in November, and Disney has started to show the public what its going to look like. Show More Summary

Doodle in Wet Cement at an Experimental Art Exhibit

JACK GREER La Seine Behind the Trees in the Spring of 2015, 2015, Oil on Canvas, 42 x 180 inches, all images courtesy of the artist. Artist Jack Greer conducts an anthropologic study in his new show at the Howard St Gallery in New York. Show More Summary

At Last an Art Fair

The last art fair I did was 12 years ago, the now defunct Maine Festival. A few months before that I did the ACC Baltimore wholesale/retail show - the year the city got three feet of snow. It sucked, as you can imagine, and I ate out of vending machines for three days. Show More Summary

Metropolitan Museum Breaks Attendance Record

“Buoyed by strong international tourism, a spate of well-attended shows and a seven-day-a-week schedule, the Metropolitan Museum of Art drew 6.3 million visitors in the last year, the most since it began tracking these statistics more than 40 years ago.”

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