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Gorgeous California Cabins Designed To Help Writers Push Through A Creative Block

The 280-square-foot cabins impart a monastic sensibility. Four compact, cedar-clad cabins are perched in the Santa Cruz Mountains overlooking the Pacific Ocean. Designed by Cass Calder Smith for the Djerassi Resident Artists Program—a...Show More Summary

Souvenir Stories: An Artist Goes 'Wild' With Illustrations of the Pacific Crest Trail

Souvenirs aren't just mementos from a trip; they tell a story about the people, place, and time in which we're traveling. Learn the stories behind some of our favorite keepsakes.

Major exhibition of contemporary Asian and Pacific art on view in Brisbane

2 months agoArts : Artdaily

With highlights including a major installation of salvaged Queensland timber by Indian artist Asim Waqif, and a major new work by South Korean artist Haegue Yang consisting of 1000 venetian blinds suspended elegantly in the iconic Watermall,...Show More Summary

As Digital Art, Contaminated Water Looks Beautiful

Crossing their practices, pacific coast-located digital media artists Rick Silva and Nicolas Sassoon reflect how human beings and new technologies affect natural landscapes.

Orange County Museum of Art presents the first U.S. solo exhibition of Cambodian artist Khvay Samnang

2 months agoArts : Artdaily

The Orange County Museum of Art presents the second installment of The Pacific Project video art series. The museum is showcasing the work of Cambodian artist Khvay Samnang in his first U.S. solo exhibition. The presentation, which includes...Show More Summary

Miami City Ballet Turns 30, And Here’s How It Has Grown

2 months agoArts : Modern Art Notes

“Today it’s one of America’s leading companies: together with San Francisco, Pacific Northwest and Boston—Houston, some would say—it ranks in artistic success and national recognition right behind The Big Two: New York City Ballet and American Ballet Theatre. In other words, it’s a miracle.”

Newswire: Exclusive Image preview: A climate change thriller begins in Snowfall #1

With their last Image Comics series, Great Pacific, writer Joe Harris and artist Martín Morazzo revealed their fascination with climate change and political intrigue by telling the story of a fugitive oil heir that settles the Great Pacific Garbage Patch. Show More Summary

The Getty gives an assist to a Hieronymus Bosch blockbuster in the artist's hometown

The J. Paul Getty Trust, whose grant-making wing has been the catalyst for the ongoing Pacific Standard Time series of region-wide, multi-exhibition looks at art in Southern California, dialed back the clock a bit and jumped a continent to play a part in a blockbuster art show of 2016: “Hieronymus...

Composer Tarek Atoui's BAMPFA residency concludes in early November with series of concerts

4 months agoArts : Artdaily

The UC Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive presents MATRIX 258, featuring the work of artist and electroacoustic composer Tarek Atoui (b. 1980). Born in Lebanon and based in Paris, Atoui initiates and curates multidisciplinary interventions, concerts, performances, and workshops. Show More Summary

BAMPFA introduces Art Wall, which will display a rotation of large-scale commissioned murals

4 months agoArts : Artdaily

An ambitious mural project by renowned Chinese artist Qiu Zhijie will be the first work that visitors and passersby see at the new UC Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive, designed by Diller Scofidio + Renfro and opening to the public on January 31, 2016. Show More Summary

National Gallery in London displays Australian art for the first time ever

5 months agoArts : Artdaily

The National Gallery announced today 10th September that ?Blue Pacific? by Sir Arthur Streeton is on long-term loan to the Gallery, the first time ever a painting by an Australian artist has been featured in the collection. The acclaimed 1890 work by the prolific landscape painter from Victoria, Australia has never before been seen in the UK. Show More Summary

From Beach Sandals to Ghost Nets, Artists Confront the Plastic Pollution of the Oceans

5 months agoArts : Hyperallergic

The rotating current of the North Pacific Gyre contains in its ocean vortex a cloud of plastic debris constantly moving below the surface, a marine hazard nicknamed the Great Pacific Garbage Patch.

Curbed NY: Check Out 10 Murals Set to Enliven a NYC Megaproject

The massive Atlantic Yards megaproject in Brooklyn, now called Pacific Park, got a little prettier this weekend, as 10 local artists painted 820 feet of murals along Dean Street between Vanderbilt and Carlton avenues. Mike Perry, the artist behind...

'Broad City' Artist Curates 10 New Brooklyn Murals

Images courtesy of Pacific Park Arts This weekend, Mike Perry, the Brooklyn street artist behind Broad City's awesome animated intros selected nine artists to paint large-scale murals at Pacific Park Arts in Prospect Heights. Supported...Show More Summary

Seattle Art Fair Receives a Boost From Tech’s Big Spenders

Dealers at the inaugural fair wanted to harness the newfound wealth of the tech class, and curators hoped to highlight a connection between Pacific Northwest and Pacific Rim culture and artists.

Mating Ritual - I Wear Glasses

Sounds like: Big Data, Joywave, Pacific Air Song: Mating Ritual - I Wear Glasses What's so good? Turns out releasing a new single isn't all rainbows and puppies. Artists spend months fine-tuning a product, often-times detaching themselves...Show More Summary

Inside Seattle Art Fair: 'Thinking Currents' Will Feature More Than 25 Artists from Across the Pacific Rim

7 months agoUnited States / Seattle : Slog

VIETNAMESE FISHERMEN ON CYCLOS UNDERWATER This is a still from the 13-minute 2001 video by Jun Nguyen-Hatsushiba, an artist based in Ho Chi Minh City. Two of the artist's works will be part of Seattle Art Fair in the exhibition Thinking Currents, organized by Leeza Ahmady. Show More Summary

Newswire: With “Paranoid Much,” Aqueduct plays on that universal feeling of anxiety

For an artist described as “Seattle’s king of mouth trumpet,” Aqueduct (real name David Terry) seems like a fairly normal dude. At least, that’s the vibe on his upcoming album, Wild Knights. Out July 14, Wild Knights is Pacific Northwest-style bedroom pop written by Aqueduct in an attempt to memorialize his past few years. Show More Summary

Carla Körbes Joins L.A. Dance Project

Ms. Körbes, who retired last year as a principal dancer at the Pacific Northwest Ballet, will become the associate artistic director in Los Angeles.

Muppets, Murder And Mayhem: Our 13 Best Road Trip Movies

9 months agoVehicles / Cars : Motor Authority

The United States is an amazing piece of real estate. The sprawling landscapes between the Atlantic and Pacific have always proved inspirational for artists, and our homegrown autos have generally been designed with road trips in mind. Presently, Memorial Day—created to honor the men and women who died serving in our armed forces—is...

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