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How to make a salt and pepper cellar from one wheel-thrown cylinder

Salt and pepper shakers are a popular project for ceramic artists and they can be a lot of fun too because of the challenge of making the two pieces relate  … The post How to make a salt and pepper cellar from one wheel-thrown cylinder appeared first on Ceramic Arts Network.

MTV VMAs 2017: The Full Nominations List

55 minutes agoMusic / Rock & Pop : Pitchfork: News

Find out who’s up for Video of the Year, Artist of the Year, Best New Artist, and more

'Temple' To Oscar Wilde To Open In Greenwich Village Church

"[In September,] the artist duo McDermott & McGough will unveil the Oscar Wilde Temple, a public installation at the Church of the Village in New York's West Village neighborhood.... Forced to repress his homosexuality for the majority of his life, Wilde is presented in McDermott & McGough's piece as a martyr of sorts - […]

16 Essential Summer Bops From LGBTQ Artists

1 hour agoLGBT / Gay : Out.com

A queer soundtrack for the final stretch of sunny, carefree fun.

Annie Leibovitz’s New Photo Book Celebrates Her Most Iconic Portraits

Coming later this year, Phaidon will be publishing Annie Leibovitz: Portraits 2005-2016, a new book celebrating the iconic photographer’s most memorable portraits of artists, performers, thinkers, athletes, politicians and more. TheShow More Summary

What Music Publishers Look For In An Artist [INTERVIEW]

In this interview, CEO and co-owner of the indie publishing/artist development company Big Yellow Dog Music, discusses how she got involved with music publishing and how the industry has changed, as well as offering some advice on sync writing and become a career songwriter. __________________________________ Guest post by Rick Goetz...

You know you'd love to see Disney princesses in 'Game of Thrones'

In a strange way, Game of Thrones has the same magical feel as the Disney universe, just with, you know... WAY more sex and violence. That might be why Greek artist Gregory Masouras dedicated a new project to reimagining the show's characters...Show More Summary

Solving affordable housing: Creative solutions around the U.S.

Artist homes, green buildings, and other ways cities and nonprofits are opening doors to attainable homes Walk through the downtown of any major U.S. city today and it may seem counterintuitive, in the midst of today’s building boom, that we have a housing shortage. Show More Summary

Great Job, Internet!: Read This: Remaking the music canon around women

NPR has put together a list of 150 records that orient the established pop music canon around records made by women. The criteria were kept intentionally loose, with the 50 voters considering any “albums by artists who identify as female”...Show More Summary

How Artist Affinity Targeting Works On AMP, Pandora's Free Music Marketing Platform

Here we explore a new feature from Pandora which allows artists to connect with fans via Artist Affinity Targeting. This article explores how the new feature benefits both artist and listener, how it was tested and perfected. _____________________________ Guest post by Katrina Glaeser data scientist at Pandora The Creator Services...

Calper x Ayelle – Without Me

London based artists Ayelle and Calper have linked up yet again to release the lead single off their Feels EP “Without Me,” which comes out August 4th. The two have covered Kanye West’s “Real Friends,” DJ Snake’s “Middle” and Skrillex and Diplo’s “Mind,” accumulating thousands of plays, and the co-sign from the Bipolar Sunshine. I […]

T.J. Miller Comes Across as Massive Douche in Bizarre Interview

T.J. Miller is one of the stars of the upcoming Emoji Movie, and he's got some thoughts to share the on the role artists play in the prevailing zeitgeist of Western capitalist societies. Okay, Miller is also a standup who's probablyShow More Summary

Julia Michaels Is Exactly What Pop Music Needs Right Now

She has more than 10 billion streams worldwide under her belt through writing songs for other artists–now she’s ready to break out on her own. At just 23 years old, Julia Michaels has established herself in the music industry as one of its most preeminent songwriters. Show More Summary

Charity Navigator Talks 5 Top-Rated Charities Started by Celebrities

We recognize celebrities for their dramatic, musical, and artistic talents, but we rarely think that on the other side of that Oscar-nominated film or that Billboard-topping album is another person, just like us. A person who sees injustice...Show More Summary

The Feministing Five: Vivek Shraya

Indo-Canadian multidisciplinary artist Vivek Shraya lives at the crossroads of many worlds as a queer trans girl with immigrant parents. For Vivek, art has always been a way to explore her identity, learn where her heart is, and own her experiences. Her multidimensional and genre-bending art, which includes everything from photography to poetry, delves deep […]

Book review: We Can’t Stop Thinking About The Future

Artist Aleksandra Mir interviews scientists about technological innovations, politics of outer space, the place of the humanities in research and imagined futures that already affect our lives

9 Techniques For Getting More Fans On Your Mailing List

Email remains one of the most successful and reliable ways for artists to communicate with their fans as it provides a direct channel through which to share information about new music and upcoming events. Here we look at nine ways artists can grow their fan subscriber lists. ___________________ In this...

Country Artist, Jamey Johnson, Cancels House Of Blues Concert after Venue Ban Guns

"We did not come to House of Blues to be treated like we are going to kill the fans. If someone came backstage to harm anybody you better pray there is a Jamey Johnson type individual around.” This post Country Artist, Jamey Johnson, Cancels House Of Blues Concert after Venue Ban Guns appeared first on AmmoLand.com Shooting Sports News.

5 must-see Chicago concerts this week: JEFF the Brotherhood, Temples, Kopano

With Chicago’s biggest music festival just around the corner, it's easy not to judge those who want to take it easy before the chaos. Street fests, cheap tickets and local artists galore—this week brings a bevy of great shows for those looking to unwind while also satisfying their music fix. Saturday,...

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