Electronic artist Neon Indian discusses the creation of his visualizer and "Slumlord Rising" music video for his new album VEGA INTL. Night School. Read more... More about Music, Performance, Concert, Music Video, and Neon Indian
I had a conversation with a professor from the School of Art yesterday that ended up someplace fun for me. The focus was on how technology might help art educators reflect on their work in a visual way. It took me a while to get that she really wanted something outside the norm but we got there eventually. Show More Summary
An English release of Clannad is coming to Steam on November 23, Sekai Project has announced. The ultra-sad visual novel tells the story of a high school delinquent whose life turns around after meeting a strange older girl. It was first...Show More Summary
1. Depression can make you feel left out, of your family or school. Feeling like you’re alone even when in... The post Pictures To Help You Visualize What Depression Is Really Like appeared first on Lifehack.
Foxcroft School to use part of $40 million gift to begin new scholarships for students who want to pursue the performance and visual arts.
Every Child Is An Artist is a nationally ground breaking programme led by Coventry-based Mercurial Arts that aims to develop the artistic skills abilities of all the children in Oasis Academy Hobmoor primary school in Yardley. They are...Show More Summary
The art world is not a market, it’s a conversation. MFA Art Practice at the School of Visual Arts is a low-residency, interdisciplinary graduate program that aims to create a global community and conversation within the arts.
Sonocent launched version 4 of its Audio Notetaker tool, enabling users to work more effectively with information in text, audio, and visual formats.
For his directorial debut, Claudio Salas took on an ambitious challenge: a 2-minute visual essay for the philosopher Alain de Botton’s School of Life project. What began as a simple Twitter exchange snowballed into a massive collaborative effort involving over 70 people. Show More Summary
A goth-looking, tall-haired fairy in a blood-red dress might not be how you visualized "A Midsummer Night's Dream" when you read it in high school. In its original form, Shakespeare's play about the sway of magic over a pair of lovers and the stormy spell-casters who control them takes place in, well, midsummer -- not an eerie October woodland. Show More Summary
Michael Bierut is popping off right now. The School of Visual Arts recently honored him with their Masters Series Award, which includes an exhibition of his work that runs until early November. And he's also out with a new book withShow More Summary
Neon Indian is streaming his wonderful new album, Vega Intl. Night School, in its entirety. You can hit play below and appreciate the visual accompaniment by artist Sabrina Ratté. Ahead of the stream, Alan Palomo shared the Night School singles “Slumlord”, “Annie”, and, most recently,... Continue reading
From now through October 15th, you can see artwork by Rikers Island inmates on display at the School of Visual Arts' gallery in Chelsea. [ more › ]
Jennifer & Family's Art-Filled San Francisco Home Pin it Despite what any of your playground foes may have told you in grade school, being odd is actually a good thing. Odd numbers – and the number three, specifically – have long been...Show More Summary
School of Visual Arts will honor designer, critic and educator Michael Bierut with the 27th annual Masters Series Award and Exhibition. ?The Masters Series: Michael Bierut? will be the first comprehensive retrospective of the designer?s...Show More Summary
These were the watchwords of the first contest launched by the International Olympic Committee in partnership with the School of Applied Arts, Visual Merchandising Design Section, in Vevey (Switzerland). Open to the school’s first-year...Show More Summary
According to new visual data pulled from a U.K.-based research group called SchoolDash, inner city schools in London are outperforming schools in other regions of England despite having more low-income students, larger class sizes and a high percentage of students whose first language isn't English. Show More Summary
Picture an art school. Visualize the hallways of a university dedicated to the arts, the classrooms lined with paint tubes, charcoal sticks and nude models. Imagine the galleries where outgoing seniors present their final projects. Consider...Show More Summary
Since the beginning of my freshman year, I have been working on ThirdEye, a product that empowers visually impaired persons by telling them what they are looking at (see a demo here). Within nine months, even while being “full-time students” at Penn, our team was able to build a full [...]
Turning to the Phoenix. Kutztown, PA in 2007 Lydia Panas (b. 1958, USA) has degrees from Boston College, School of Visual Arts, New York University and ICP. Her work has won numerous awards and has been featured in the New York Times Magazine, Photo District News, Popular Photography and is held in numerous public and private collections including the Brooklyn […]