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There Is No Money In American Theatre. So How Is It Going To Continue?

3 minutes agoArts : Modern Art Notes

"At a time when funding for the arts is in absolute peril, how will we inspire the next generation of theater artists to still see the theater as an art form worth dedicating their lives to? How can theaters keep the focus of not only their audiences, but now their artists too? Perhaps playwrights could […]

Pitchfork Announces Talks With Solange, Vince Staples, Chance

10 minutes agoMusic / Rock & Pop : Pitchfork: News

The next “In Sight Out” conversations take place at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Chicago

Viewpoint Diversity

Jacques Berlinerblau on why there are so few Republicans in the humanities. An excerpt: This imbalance is insanely pronounced in the humanities. It is really, really hard to find a Republican art historian, or a pro-life women’s studies...Show More Summary

Saving the Art and Home of Mary Nohl, Whose Neighbors Called Her a Witch

26 minutes agoArts : Hyperallergic

The John Michael Kohler Arts Center is restoring the Wisconsin art environment of Mary Nohl to what it looked like around 1998, when it was filled with art from floor to ceiling. The post Saving the Art and Home of Mary Nohl, Whose Neighbors Called Her a Witch appeared first on Hyperallergic.

The Five Worst Works of Public Art in Miami

Our least-favorite sculptures and murals in Metro Miami.

Transform Photos into Art with Deep Learning

Life is like a camera. If things don’t work out, you can take another shot. But if you get that perfect picture, you will want to capture the moment and, perhaps, transform it into a work of art. Have you ever seen art so beautiful and resonating that you wish you could transform your favorite […]

A Potterhead Shares 5 Things You Must Do When Visiting Harry Potter World In Orlando

35 minutes agoLifestyle / Travel : foXnoMad

This is a guest post by 16 year old writer and #1 Potterhead Brian Selcik, a student at the Metropolitan School of the Arts. Brian has previously been a guest here before, writing how you can plan your very own Harry Potter tour in London. Show More Summary

Never Buy Drawing Paper Again With This Endlessly Reusable Art Notebook

43 minutes agoHumor / odd : mental_floss

The Rocketbook Color lets your kids color all they want, then erases back to white in the microwave.

5 Free Art Shows to See in L.A. This Week

This week, an artist introduces a new "neuroscientifically driven" car, and 120 children exhibit their artwork in 10-by-15-foot museum. Goddess ghosts A face painted on plastic hangs at the top of the carpeted stairs leading up to Abode Gallery. You have to push past it or duck under it to enter...

18 Pretty Cuticle Tattoos That Are Even Better Than Nail Art

There's dressing up your hands with nail art, and then there's really committing to decorating your hands with full-on tattoos. You could go the route of a finger tattoo or you could be more subtle with a simple cuticle tattoo. A design...Show More Summary

Carlton Cuse Inks Big Overall Deal With ABC Studios

Seven years after the end of Lost, former executive producer/co-showrunner Carlton Cuse is returning to the studio behind the Emmy-winning ABC drama with a four-year overall deal. Through his company, Genre Arts, Cuse will develop new...Show More Summary

'Newfields': Indianapolis Museum Of Art Rebrands Its Grounds And The Many Things On Them (Because People Don't Know They're With The Museum)

54 minutes agoArts : Modern Art Notes

"During springtime, the Indianapolis Museum of Art welcomed you to friendlier weather with thousands of color-drenched blooms on its outdoor campus. A beer garden and, later on, 18 holes of mini-golf designed by artists kept you coming back. Starting in mid-November,... the museum's gardens will be illuminated by millions of lights that dance along […]

A Performance vs Potential 9-Box From a Portion of Our Company...

Here's a 9-box from a department in our company - performance on the horizontal, potential on the vertical. Not bad at all. Some like Picasso. Some like Warhol. I think this is art. If you want to order this as...

Wasteland puzzler Peregrin won't stop talking over itself

A terrible force stalks the wilds of Peregrin, unseen but inescapable, its shadow falling across every beautifully weathered nugget of wasteland art. No, I'm not talking about the demonic Guardians you'll face as you sift through the wreckage of yet another extinguished civilisation. Show More Summary


> Video Game Description: At Thors Military Academy, Erebonia’s best learn everything from the art of war to liberal arts. First year Rean Schwarzer learns he’s been... For more, visit our blog !

Rock Rings in Bellingham, Washington

Western Washington University is about as far northwest as you can go and still be in the United States. The liberal arts college in Bellingham boasts an ever-growing Public Sculpture Collection and currently features over 30 works.Show More Summary

In This Art Show, Every Letter Of The Alphabet Gets A Hilarious Pop Culture Print

Two artists have teamed up for a 52-piece art show that gives each letter of the alphabet a pop culture twist. Figuring out what's depicted in each piece is only half the fun. More »      

"Black Code Studies is Queer + Femme + Fugitive + Radical" -- The Black Scholar Presents 'Black Code'

Cover Art by John Ira Jennings The Black Scholar is proud to announce the release of “Black Code,” by guest editors Jessica Marie Johnson and Mark Anthony Neal. Johnson and Neal have assembled a collective of digital soothsayers working on the margins of Black Studies, Afrofuturism, radical media, and the digital humanities. Show More Summary

Remember that Donald Trump destroyed sculptures.

"In 1979, when he was a relatively unknown New York real estate developer (the mind boggles), a 33-year-old Trump acquired the historic Art Deco Bonwit Teller building, only to demolish it a year later to build what would become Trump Tower. Show More Summary

Dolly Parton “I Believe In You” Tracklist & Cover Art

1 hour agoMusic / Country : Rough Stock

Country music icon delivers news of her first Children’s album inspired by The Imagination Library, which began in Sevierville, TN in 1996.

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