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Arts Access Aotearoa Announces Scholarship Recipients

Wednesday, November 23, 2022, 3:10 p.m.Press release: Access to Aotearoa Arts Artists, creative space and projects built around access, inclusion and participation in the arts are the recipients of the 2022 Ngā Toi Rangatira o Aotearoa Arts Access Scholarships, announced today by Arts Access Aotearoa. The scholarship initiative is Arts …

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Tokyo is expanding its footprint in the global art market. Here are 7 power players leading the way

While economic growth forecasts have faded and the yen likely weakening, Japan’s disproportionate art market may still be finding its way. Data from the Artnet Price Database shows total annual sales by domestic auction houses in Japan have more than doubled over the past decade, from $92.9 million in 2012 …

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EMEA Industry News Brief (November 14, 2022)

LONDON – Public relations and travel marketing agency Lotus has been appointed to handle all UK public relations activities for the Malaysian luxury resort Shangri-La Rasa Ria (pictured) which opened in 1996 with 499 rooms and suites, a spa, a wildlife discovery centre, community initiatives, 10 restaurants and an 18-hole …

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Soundscaper Strawberry Hospital Reclaims A Genre Pariah And Herself: Rate Your Favorite Music Producer Plays At The Chess Club This Friday – Music

Keep Swimming: Strawberry Hospital at Austin Aqua-Dome (Photo by Jana Birchum) Totally hypothetical survey: Suppose you asked every musician in Texas how old they were when their sonic aspirations first arose. On a theoretical average, if 9 years is right on the mark, Neptune Gomez had the misfortune to grow …

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Kanye paid compensation to an ex-employee who accused him of anti-Semitism

Kanye WestThe anti-Semitic remarks of put a considerable dent in his portfolio. According to documents reviewed by BNC News, the polarizing entertainer has paid a settlement to a former employee who accused him of using bigoted speech in the workplace. The accuser spoke on condition of anonymity, as they had …

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The player’s accessory we bet on the Broncos against the Jaguars

Credit: Aaron Ontiveroz/MediaNews Group/The Denver Post via Getty Images. Pictured: Russell Wilson. Updated: October 30, 2022, 7:34 a.m. EDT After missing last week’s game, Russell Wilson is expected to start Broncos vs. Jaguars. The Action Labs Player Props tool identified this pick on the Denver QB. Russell Wilson has been …

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12 LGBTQ+ fashion and business moguls

Like his website states, “Andrew Christian is not only an iconic company, but also backed by a true designer!” The company is named after its founder, a pioneering gay Latino who started his men’s underwear business in 1997. Christian truly revolutionized the underwear industry by being one of the first …

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‘The Voice’ coaches praise Columbus frontman Ian Harrison in Battle Rounds preview

COLUMBUS, Ohio (WCMH) — Monday on NBC’s “The Voice,” Columbus singer Ian Harrison will take part in the Battle Rounds. Previously, Harrison did it through the show’s blind auditions with her moving rendition of Lord Huron’s “The Night We Met,” joining Gwen Stefani’s team when Season 22 premieres in September. …

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New This Week: Horror Movies, Lainey Wilson, “Call of Duty”

Here’s a curated collection from the Associated Press’ entertainment journalists of what’s coming to TV, streaming services, and music and video game platforms this week. MOVIES In the new Netflix movie “The Good Nurse” Jessica Chastain plays an overworked intensive care nurse and single mother who, after a patient dies, …

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Ventriloquist Jeff Dunham stops in Reading, Trenton this weekend – thereportonline

The man Time calls “a dressed up, more digestible version of Don Rickles with multiple personality disorder” brings his “Jeff Dunham Seriously?!” tour Santander Arena, Reading, Saturday at 5 p.m. and Cure Insurance Arena, Trenton, Sunday at 3 p.m. With sold-out concert world tours, smashing TV specials, a best-selling autobiography, …

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We are now hiring in Pittsburgh: Accountant, Web Director, Lighting Technician, etc.

Click to enlarge Non-profit Director of Operations. Local environmental association pittsburgh tree is recruiting a full-time Operations Manager to provide administrative support. Responsibilities include office management, human resources, management duties and board liaison. The salary is $50,000. Click here for more details Education and Community Engagement Coordinator. …

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Women’s writing celebrated on Saturday at the ‘Café Macabre’ in Milan

MILAN – Macabre writing and feminine art will be celebrated on Saturday in Milan. Adventure, Ink is hosting “Cafe Macabre,” a book reading and signing, from 3-6 p.m. at the store, 108 E. Main St. Admission is free. Toledo-based author Leah McNaughton Lederman has released two volumes of the short …

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Warner Music acquires stake in Serbian label Mascom Records

Warner Music has acquired a stake in Serbian label Mascom Records. Warner claims to have had a successful relationship with Mascom for more than two decades, with the latter company acting as Warner Music’s local distributor. According to the announcement, the new development will see the two companies work together …

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‘I’ve been waiting for this for six months’: Hoosier Hysteria sparks anticipation for Indiana basketball season

Colby Knerr arrived at Assembly Hall with a sleeping bag, a folding chair and enough food for two meals. It was 7 p.m. Thursday. Hoosier Hysteria notified within 24 hours. “It’s amazing,” Knerr, a 72 IU graduate, said from his folding chair at the front of the Hoosier Hysteria line …

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Analysis: ‘Hocus Pocus 2’ will cast a spell on you

A version of this story appeared in Pop Life Chronicles, CNN’s weekly entertainment bulletin. To receive it in your inbox, Register for free here. CNN — Why do I already see Thanksgiving decorations everywhere? Halloween themed decor I can understand, but Thanksgiving is still months away and a stone’s throw …

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Spotlight: Günther Förg’s Experimental Approach to Abstraction Investigated in Munich

Every month hundreds of galleries add newly available works by thousands of artists to the Artnet gallery network – and every week we shine the spotlight on an artist or exhibition you should know about. See what we have in store and inquire for more with just a click. About …

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FARM AID 2022 DEMONSTRATES THE CLIMATE RESILIENCE OF FAMILY FARMERS

The annual festival brings together farmers, advocates and artists working to build a resilient and sustainable food system RALEIGH, North Carolina, September 24, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Against the backdrop of an urgent climate crisis, Farm Aid 2022 highlighted both the ways family farmers North Carolinathe Southeast and the whole country …

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Local Baking Artist Brings Terrifying Talent To Food Network’s ‘Halloween Baking Championship’

San Antonio-based baking artist Justin Dominguez has none of those childhood memories where he watched his mom bake cookies on Christmas morning, then asked for a mixing bowl and rolling pin for his birthday the following year. He said he came from a family of great cooks, but baking was …

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Obituary: Margaret Cassens | The Independent Green

Marguerite Cassens 1933 – 2022 Longtime resident of Cottonwood, Arizona, Margaret Cassens (Peot) died in late August 2022. Margaret was born on a snowy day in January 1933, at the family ranch in Washtucna, Washington. She was the third child of six children born to Catherine Peot (Harder) and Leo …

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Artist and TV creator featured in September 21 conference | Nebraska today

Artist and TV creator Ric Heitzman will present the next Hixson-Lied Guest Artist Talk at 5:30 p.m. on September 21 at Richards Hall, Room 15. The conference is free and open to the public. The University of Nebraska-Lincoln School of Art, Art History and Design’s Hixson-Lied Visiting Artist and Scholar …

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Lakeshore leaders are part of the ArtPrize Leadership on Canvas 2022 exhibition

Steve Rusticus, chief operating officer of Gateway Mission, says he’s learned a lot about leadership over the years, both as a pastor and in leadership positions in the industry. Formerly Holland Rescue Mission, Gateway Mission is dedicated to working with homeless people and addicts in Ottawa and Allegan counties. The …

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The Rise and Fall of a Virtual Rapper Reignites Old Questions About Art – With a New Twist :: WRAL.com

By Harmeet Kaur, CNN CNN — At first glance, the FN Meka saga seemed like a cautionary tale about the pitfalls of AI-powered music. The digital avatar of a black man with green braids, face tattoos and a sound reminiscent of 6ix9ine was billed as an “AI-powered rapping robot”. Although …

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Incarcerated youth ‘fight back’ with Catskill art exhibit

It’s one of the few bright spots in an otherwise bleak environment, according to Maggie Hazen, founder of the Columbia Collective, a media arts group of incarcerated female and transgender artists named after the former Columbia Secure Center. for Girls, which closed abruptly last year along with three other juvenile …

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National non-profit organization Little Kids Rock adopts new branding with the aim of reaching one million more children over the next five years

–Major artists lend their support by responding to what the music will do– MONTCLAIR, NJ, September 7, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Little Kids Rock, America’s largest public school nonprofit music program, today unveiled a bold new brand, Music Will, featuring support from artists in a wide variety of genres. , from …

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Classic entertainment trends that have disappeared thanks to streaming

Lower payments for musical artists Music Awards on August 28, 2022.”/> Taylor Swift at the MTV Video Music Awards on August 28, 2022. Dia Dipasupil/Getty Images It’s no secret that many musical artists aren’t Spotify’s biggest fans. Taylor Swift ripped her entire catalog from the music streamer. David Byrne wrote …

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AI won an art contest and the artists are furious

By Rachel Metz, CNN Business Jason M. Allen was almost too nervous to enter his first art contest. Now his award-winning image is sparking controversy over whether art can be computer generated and what exactly it means to be an artist. In August, Allen, a game designer who lives in …

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Astronomers build the first-ever 3D view of the star-planet binary system

It all started with a bang. Some 20 light-years from Earth, which is pretty close on a cosmic scale, scientists noticed a star behaving a bit oddly. Something almost imperceptibly small seemed to tug at it, forcing it to “wobble” in its stellar neighborhood, as astronomers would whimsically put it. …

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Stephanie LaCava with Adele Bertei – The Brooklyn Rail

Stephanie LaCavaI’m afraid my pain interests you(Verso-Fiction, 2022) Each of LaCava’s three books has its own framing device, the styles changing in the tradition of 1950s and 1960s Nouveau Roman novels and films (Robbe-Grillet, Duras, Calvino). First, An Extraordinary Theory of Objects: Memoir of a Stranger in Paris, the titular …

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September 2022: Washington’s Style Makers

On the cover photo by Tayo Kuku; scenography by Alame Awoyemi and Arthur Ndoumbe; styling assistance by Brian Robinson at THE Artist Agency; grooming help by Anita Bahramy at THE Artist Agency. FEATURES Tanned beauty: This home, with its weathered bronze and mahogany exterior, could be yours for a whopping …

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Dove Cameron Reflects on the 2022 VMAs, ‘Roe v Wade’ and ‘Breakfast’

Dove Cameron is a force to be reckoned with. The singer/actress/musical theater star/Emmy winner apparently keeps twelve irons burning at all times, and the steady cadence of the projects hasn’t clouded her perspective at all. The entertainer is gearing up for the 2022 VMAs tomorrow — where she’ll headline the …

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Is building the K-pop “universe” still worth it?

August 25, 2022 SEOUL – In recent years, K-pop idols have competed to create unique concepts with distinctive background stories. To help their acts stand out from the ever-growing crowd of K-pop groups, local entertainment agencies racked their brains to create overarching concepts, creating so-called “universes.” Under such concepts, bands …

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Rapper Fetty Wap pleads guilty to cocaine conspiracy, federal prosecutor says

By Sonia Moghe, CNN Rapper Fetty Wap pleaded guilty in federal court to conspiracy to possess and distribute 500 grams or more of cocaine, according to the prosecutor’s office. No sentencing date has been set. but an attorney for the rapper has requested an expedited sentencing date, a spokesperson for …

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Hawk’s Tattoos Galesburg IL celebrates 43 years with second location

GALESBURG — James Hawk had to lay low in 1979. His newly opened tattoo shop had come to the attention of the Galesburg Decency Committee, police were watching his customers closely and he said people would walk past his shop assuming ‘bad things’ were happening inside. interior. But on Thursday, …

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Houdini is claimed by both Appleton and Milwaukee; Who is right?

An advertisement in the Milwaukee Sentinel promoted Harry Houdini’s series of performances at the Majestic Theater in April 1912 as “Homecoming of a Milwaukee Boy”. Another newspaper ad touted the appearances as “Milwaukee’s very own Houdini – The Justly World Famous Self Liberator”. The Milwaukee one? Such hype, even 110 …

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Tom Holland quits social media for mental health

Spider-Man actor Tom Holland recently announced via his Instagram account that he will sadly be giving up social media for mental health. In the world of show business, for some, having many followers is an indicator of success, which gives social recognition. But for others, this virtual world can bring …

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THE ROYAL CANADIAN MINT HONORS LEGENDARY CANADIAN PIANIST AND JAZZ GIANT OSCAR PETERSON ON NEW $1 CIRCULATION COIN

TORONTO, August 12, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — The Royal Canadian Mint pays tribute to one of the greatest musicians the world has ever seen with a new $1 commemorative circulation celebrating the life and artistic legacy of from Canada own Oscar Peterson. Nicknamed “the man with four hands” by the great …

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‘Looking for Lesbians’ at ONE Archives delves into lesbian pulp fiction

Sarah-Joy Ford, left, is the artist behind the “Looking for Lesbians” exhibit. It was inspired by the ONE Archives lesbian pulp collection. Alexis Bard Johnson, right, hosted the show. Photos: Alexis Bard Johnson. In a new exhibition, “Looking for Lesbians”, created for A Archive at the University of Southern California …

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A sculpture of Vladimir Putin has appeared in a playground in New York’s Central Park

By Zoe Sottile, CNN Russian President Vladimir Poutine showed up at a playground in New York’s Central Park on Monday night. Well, not exactly – a bright red sculpture of Putin was erected there by French artist James Colomina. Colomina took credit for the sculpture, which depicts Putin sitting atop …

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Eau Gallie Artist Derek Gores to Launch Highland Avenue Art Center

Support local journalism. Unlock unlimited digital access to floridatoday.com Click here and subscribe today. When Derek Gores owned his art studio on West Eau Gallie Boulevard from 2014 to 2018, he remembers creating collages by day, pushing objects aside so Not Quite Right Improv could come in at night and …

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Call for artists for the 22nd edition – Announcements

From August 1 to September 2, 2022, the 22nd Biennial Sesc_Videobrasil launches an open call for artists. This edition will be held in October 2023, in São Paulo, after being postponed for two years due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The Biennale will receive submissions of works in any format and …

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Laredoan has designs featured by an international fashion company

A Laredoan native has reached a milestone in his fashion career as his work is featured in a Famous Footwear fashion campaign thanks to a partnership with his university and British footwear and clothing brand Dr. Martens. Jude Hinojosa is a fashion designer and artist from the Laredo area. Recently, …

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Diversity, inclusion and overflowing dance in Renaissance, Beyoncé’s new album

NEW YORK, NY – AUGUST 28: Beyonce performs onstage during the 2016 MTV Video Music Awards at … [+] Madison Square Garden on August 28, 2016 in New York City. (Photo by Larry Busacca/MTV1617/Getty Images for MTV) Getty Images for MTV Renaissance, Beyoncé’s seventh solo album, was released today. Its …

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SPIN Announces First SPIN Music News

NEW YORK, July 27 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — SPIN Magazine is rocking Lollapalooza this year by announcing its first-ever team of SPIN Music News correspondents. The creative trio will attend the festival with Creative Director Danny Klein, providing a first-person, music-loving perspective on all of this year’s Lolla events via …

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MSU has the largest publicly available comic book collection in the world

In recent years, comic book-inspired superhero movies have become a staple of pop culture. But at Michigan State University, librarians have been collecting and cataloging comics and graphic novels for more than five decades. Each comic is kept separately to ensure that the acidity of its paper does not break …

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Meet Horace: Ithacan artist creates viral TikTok filter

ITHACA, NY—With hundreds of thousands of videos and millions of views, Jackson Gray’s #Horace filter has taken TikTok by storm, allowing app users to dance with the friendly augmented reality (AR) character in the backdrop of their choice. Gray, originally from Ithaca, has been drawing for as long as he …

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Soulbound Tokens: Moving away from the hyper-financialization of digital assets | Pillsbury – Internet and Social Media Law Blog

[co-author: Nathan Lewko] Earlier this year, Ethereum co-founder Vitalik Buterin, in cooperation with economist Glen Meyl and researcher Puja Ohlhaver, published a research paper on soul-bound tokens (SBT). SBTs are publicly visible, non-transferable (but optionally revocable by the issuer) digital assets representing “pledges, credentials, and affiliations.” Buterin et al. said …

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Spotlight: Revisit the early works of Italian artist Armando Marrocco, who elevated woven cardboard to the sublime, in Paris

Every month hundreds of galleries add newly available works by thousands of artists to the Artnet gallery network – and every week we shine the spotlight on an artist or exhibition you should know about. See what we have in store and inquire for more with just a click. About …

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Court battles by artist Peter Max are a clash between the children of Holocaust survivors

(New York Jewish Week) – The latest chapter in the surreal saga about who makes the decisions for elderly pop artist Peter Max pits two children of Holocaust survivors against each other. One is Libra Max, the daughter of Peter Max. The other is Barbara Lissner, an attorney who represents …

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Lea Michele to replace Beanie Feldstein in ‘Funny Girl’

By Scottie Andrew, CNN Broadway’s Next “Funny Girl” will be Lea Michele, who replaces Beanie Feldstein after the “Booksmart” star announced she would be leaving the show earlier than expected. The production revealed On Monday the “Glee” star would succeed Feldstein, whose run ends July 31, in the lead role …

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The Weeknd postpones Toronto tour halt due to national network outage

The Weeknd has postponed the opening show of his stadium tour to 2022. The Grammy-winning artist was set to kick off the opening Friday night at the Roger Centre, the largest venue in his hometown of Toronto; but shortly before the Weeknd took the stage, Roger Center announced that they …

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Hey, ‘Australian Idol’ – it’s a different world than the one you left

“Australian Idol” is back, but something is wrong. Here, Dr. Brendan Magee looks at the return of the iconic show and the resulting discontent in a music industry that is currently reflecting on its culture and trying to address a range of behaviors within the industry. It has been widely …

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Dior makes folklore in Parisian couture on the theme of Ukraine

PARIS (AP) — Images of traditional embroidery and floral paintings adorned the walls of Dior’s celebrity-laden runway tribute to Ukraine as the four-day Paris Couture Week kicked off Monday. The set, by Ukrainian artist Olesia Trofymenko, was the starting point for designer Maria Grazia Chiuri, who returned this season to …

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UFC 276 start time – Israel Adesanya vs. Jared Cannonier: Live stream, fight card, PPV awards, prelims, TV

Getty Images Two of the UFC’s most dominant champions are in action on Saturday when Israel Adesanya and Alexander Volkanovski defend their world titles in featured bouts at UFC 276. Adesanya will defend his middleweight title against top contender Jared Cannonier. Adesanya holds an undefeated record at middleweight while Cannonier …

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Two new evocative sculptures by David Breuer-Weil are on display in London – see photos here

Every month hundreds of galleries add newly available works by thousands of artists to the Artnet gallery network – and every week we shine the spotlight on an artist or exhibition you should know about. See what we have in store and inquire for more with just a click. What …

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Art and activism go hand in hand for Tom Young

For years, British artist Tom Young has lived and worked in Lebanon, exploring the country’s rich history in his works. The painter has recently turned to capture the multiple crises Lebanon has experienced, from scenes of the October 2019 protests to the aftermath of the 2020 port explosion. A recent …

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Pokémon Scarlet and Violet Starter evolution predictions, illustrated by a professional artist

Image: Nintendo Life A new generation of Pokémon is on the horizon, and with it comes speculation and anticipation as rampant as a horde of Tauros. Meanwhile, a new generation’s Starter Pokemon take center stage, especially their final forms. With Pokémon Scarlet and Violet releasing November 18, fans are already …

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11 Amazing Elvis Covers, From Frank Sinatra to Kacey Musgraves

Television series about musicians and the music industry are almost as old as television. The first season of network television aired in the United States seven decades ago, and within a few years, musicians had played a pivotal role in the story. When “I Love Lucy” debuted in 1951, Lucille …

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‘Milwaukee’s Biggest Gig’ Exhibit Celebrates Summerfest, Bob Babisch

Summerfest kicks off this week, and this year there’s a new memorabilia exhibit dedicated to the Big Gig. The Milwaukee Artist Resource Network in the Third Ward has memorabilia from different artists over the years, and a special tribute to Bob Babisch, who is stepping down as Vice President of …

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Ellen Baranowski | Obituaries | news-gazette.com

URBANA – Ellen Baranowski, exceptional teacher, incredible artist and nature lover, died Saturday, February 19, 2022, at her home in Urbana. Ellen was born October 18, 1956 in Oak Park, the daughter of George and Irene Betlinski Baranowski. She will be sadly missed by her father, George (Irene — deceased); …

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E ! The entertainment founder is shaking up self-storage

StorageBlue is heading to Ironbound in Newark, settling on Ferry Street at the more than 1 million square foot former site of the Ballantine Beer Brewery. Scheduled to open in five to six months, the 90,000-square-foot location will be the brand’s second in the city — it has 15 in …

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Spotlight: German artist Christa Filser uses collage-inspired techniques to create productive chaos

Every month hundreds of galleries add newly available works by thousands of artists to the Artnet gallery network – and every week we shine the spotlight on an artist you should know. See what we have in store and inquire for more with just a click. About the artist: Christa …

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Action Tank is accepting applications for NKY’s City Council Bootcamp; application deadline June 29

City Council Bootcamp, a free, nonpartisan, arts-focused program for engaged members of the community who want to become better local policymakers, as advocates or legislators, is now accepting applications. This year’s Bootcamp will run from September 2022 to March 2023 and will give students the opportunity to network with other …

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Johanna Mirabel wins the Ritzau Art Prize 2022 – Announcements

The International Studio & Curatorial Program (ISCP) and 1-54 Contemporary African Art Fair are pleased to announce the winner of the Ritzau Art Prize 2022, Johanna Mirabel (b. 1991), a painter and sculptor whose work explores contradictions and the complexities of cultural identity. The Ritzau Art Prize provides global exposure, …

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Art industry news: Museums scale back global ambitions to refocus on well-being and local communities + Other stories

Art Industry News is a daily summary of the most important developments in the art world and the art market. Here’s what you need to know this Friday, June 3. NEED TO READ Museums are still closed in Shanghai – The city‘s tough two-month lockdown was officially lifted on June …

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Parts for the Arts returns as a networking opportunity

Award-winning author and artist Aaron Paquette performs at the second annual Parts for the Arts at the EA Rawlinson Center on Saturday. –Jason Kerr/Daily Herald Parts for the Arts will return to the EA Rawlinson Center in June as the Prince Albert Arts Board returns to the 2020 format where …

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Perceive You opens June 5, 2022 at Shoebox Projects Online

Bryn Williams Leonard Greco Shoe box arts logo Artist, curator and cultural producer Kristine Schomaker asked the artists how they see themselves for this open exhibition. Perceive You” is a platform for empowerment, for owning who you are, for being unique and authentic… “Perceive You” is for everyone. — Kristine …

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The ArtsHub, a one-of-a-kind initiative for years, seeks to serve as a central online location for the creative community to find jobs, resources and collaborate

The call went out for actors who were good at Shakespeare. A white-haired man, dressed in a black overcoat and a low-brimmed hat, quickly replied, “Hasn’t a Jew eyes? pleads Joe Vincent in a hoarse voice. “If you sting us, won’t we bleed?” If you tickle us, don’t we laugh? …

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Chipotle crossed the ice in the Stanley Cup quarterfinals

Do you remember when players battling and fans jumping onto the ice were the most disruptive things you saw at NHL games? Well, that’s nothing compared to a stunt Chipotle unleashed on May 19 during TNT’s broadcast of a Stanley Cup quarterfinal game between the Colorado Avalanche and the St. …

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Pantone launches LNQ ‘Wearable Internet’

world color authority Pantone announced a strategic partnership with Space laboratories (sLABS) for their first wearable hardware product, LNQ. The blockchain-based technology, coined by sLABS as “the portable internet”, was founded by digital architect Iddris Sandu and is backed by investment firm Marcy Venture Partners (MVP), co-founded by Shawn Carter …

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Rare 1939 Detective Comics issue that introduced Batman nears record $1.5 million as auction ends

(CNN)- A rare copy of Detective Comics #27 – the issue that introduced Batman to the world in 1939 – is expected to fetch more than $1 million at auction this weekend and could flirt with a record for this edition. The copy, auctioned for more than two weeks in …

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Mirabaud supports the new exhibition of world renowned Swiss artist Nicolas Party at the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts | Your money

MONTREAL–(BUSINESS WIRE)–May 19, 2022– The Swiss banking and financial group Mirabaud is proud to announce its support for the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts (MMFA) through its collaboration with the exhibition Nicolas Party: The purple hour. To create this exhibition, visible until October 16, 2022, the Swiss artist was inspired …

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Fort McKay Artists Council Art Reflects Reconciliation and Hopes for Healing, But Demands Injustices Be Confronted

Content of the article Artwork in the new Jubilee Center council chambers reflects the hopes and beliefs that local Indigenous and Métis peoples have for reconciliation. Content of the article But Frederick McDonald, a Fort McKay First Nation artist commissioned for the paintings, made sure people at an April 25 …

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Album performer Björk, UH music teacher named Pulitzer finalist

Anne Leilehua Lanzilotti The Pulitzer Prize for Music finalist is the latest major accolade for a university in Hawaii to music teacher Mānoa. Kanaka Maoli (Native Hawaiian) musician, composer and scholar Anne Leilehua Lanzilotti was named one of two Pulitzer finalists for a composition titled “With Eyes the Color of …

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InvestorNewsBreaks – Friendable Inc. (FDBL) Fan Pass Live, 360 Artist Offer Praised by Music Artist Bigga$tate

User-friendly (OTC: FDBL), a mobile technology and marketing company, shares the impact its Fan Pass platform has had on the careers of its artists. Specifically, the company noted that, since 2020, Bigga$tate has started a relationship with Friendable and Fan Pass, and this partnership has elevated his career. Bigga himself …

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Tyler Braden could help Tennessee win ‘American Song Contest’

Suppose country music artist Tyler Braden doesn’t win the season one finale of “American Song Contest” airs Monday night on NBC. In that case, he’s still spent the past six weeks hanging out with hosts like Snoop Dogg and Kelly Clarkson and the contestants, including 90s pop superstars Michael Bolton …

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Gabriel Chaile’s colossal clay sculptures are alive with ancestral history

Art, as Chaile described it, allows “utopias of change to exist in a world that is not only thought by and for humans”. His installation of five sculptures is the result of his research process, which he calls The Forma Genealogy or “genealogy of form”. For this corpus, Chaile focused …

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Supporting Victorian Performing Arts Producers

Independent performing arts producers will receive support to develop their careers and practices with added benefits for artists and the wider Victorian performing arts sector. Reference material from Alisdair Macindoe. Photo: Gregory Lorenzutti As part of the Victorian Independent Producers Initiative, the latest round of Unlocking Capacity grants is helping …

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An Open Canvas: Creativity Takes Center Stage at County-Wide Art Trail | News, Sports, Jobs

Editor’s note: This is the first of four articles highlighting the Chautauqua Lake Erie Art Trail Hub Crawl, which takes place in late May. As artists, we do personal work. The annual Chautauqua Lake Erie Art Trail Studio and Gallery Tour is an opportunity to visit places where we live …

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The Black Beauty Roster tries to solve the diversity problem on the Hollywood set

This kind of education is one of BBR’s core tenets, but at its helm, the organization is working overtime to provide jobs and access to black beauty professionals who want to work on major productions and sets. . This is precisely why WarnerMedia has in partnership with BBR to advance …

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Kim Kardashian testifies and causes a stir at the trial of “Blac Chyna”

LOS ANGELES – Kim Kardashian said on Tuesday that she had no recollection of trying to kill the reality show starring her brother Rob Kardashian and then-fiancée Blac Chyna. But she admitted to demanding that Chyna be kept away from “Keeping Up With the Kardashians” after hearing that Chyna abused …

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Sensational moments from the first week of Kardashian and Blac Chyna’s trial

Kris Jenner sought to cancel “Rob & Chyna” and even messaged E! Network execs need to ‘drop the bitch,’ Chyna’s attorney says Kris Jenner stands with, from left, Kylie Jenner and Khloe Kardashian at the NBCUniversal Cable Entertainment event in 2015. The three are being sued by Rob Kardashian’s former …

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Female artists dominate the Venice Biennale for the first time

VENICE, Italy (AP) — For the first time in the 127-year history of the Venice Biennale, the world’s oldest and largest contemporary art fair features a majority of female and gender-nonconforming artists, under the curatorial direction of Cecilia Alemani. The result is a Biennale that spotlights artists long overlooked despite …

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Art Day 2022: Today is Mississippi Arts Day – The Oxford Eagle

At a time when technology, mobility, and mass communication have tended to create a composite national culture, Mississippi’s enduring sense of place is rooted in the arts. Mississippi has played a vital role in the flourishing of Southern literature since the turn of the 20th century. William Faulkner’s famous series …

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Local ad shop seeks customers who resonate: Bushwick Daily

When Kat Llyod and Hayley Blatte Anton lost their jobs before the pandemic began, they saw a community of small artists and businesses begin to fade as the city seemed to go silent. Their response was to start a small ad shop called KB Agency, headquartered on Cypress Avenue. They …

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Biden White House is making plans for the return of the Egg Roll

By Betsy Klein, CNN The plans are hatched, the wooden spoons are purchased, and 50,000 hard-boiled eggs have been cooked and transported to Washington in a refrigerated truck. It’s the Easter egg roll time at home White House again. President Joe Biden and first lady Jill Biden are taking their …

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Create Music Group buys majority stake in YouTube Curator The Nations

Photo credit: Javier Miranda Create Music Group, which bills itself as “one of the fastest growing music technology companies in the entertainment industry”, has acquired a majority stake in The Nations, a collection of popular YouTube channels including Trap Nation . Seven-year-old Create Music Group, which also claims to be …

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Young artist draws ‘perfect’ pencil portraits, says anyone can do it with practice – and shows you how

Pencil drawing by Emma Towers-Evans (cropped) / SWNS His stunning, hyper-realistic pencil drawings can take up to 100 hours to complete, but the artist insists anyone can master the skill if they put their mind to it. Emma Towers-Evans first picked up a pencil when she was just two years …

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Today in History: April 8, Hank Aaron hits the 715th home run

Today in History Today is Friday, April 8, the 98th day of 2022. There are 267 days left in the year. Today’s highlight in the story: On April 8, 1974, Hank Aaron of the Atlanta Braves hit his 715th career home run in a game against the Los Angeles Dodgers, …

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Kanye West is leaving the 2022 Coachella festival headliner

Ye, formerly known as Kanye West, has pulled out of the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival, according to reports from the Los Angeles Times and Billboard. TMZ first reported on Monday that Ye had decided to withdraw from her headlining performances on April 17 and 24. Representatives for Ye …

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Billie Eilish and Olivia Rodrigo could score big at the Grammys

LAS VEGAS (AP) — Several Grammy-winning performers such as Billie Eilish, Olivia Rodrigo and Jon Batiste get the chance to etch their names in the show’s history books on Sunday. Thanks to her song “Happier Than Ever”, Eilish could become the first artist to win the record of the year …

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Maxon Congratulates VFX Supervisor Paul Lambert On His Oscar Win

Maxon, developer of premium creative tools for visual effects artists, is delighted to congratulate Paul Lambert on his win at the 2022 Best Visual Effects Oscars for the film. Dunesdefeating a host of impressive contenders including Spider-Man: No Coming Home and free guy. The award was the last for Lambert, …

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How LA-based artist Punkmetender is taking over the art world

Art is the artillery used by artists to convey a message. It is a powerful communication tool that can be used to change and impact society. For some artists like Punkmetender, art is more than just a communication tool, but an avenue that opens up the world for others to …

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The Oscar stars played make-believe in wartime. Not anymore

Opinion of Bill Carter for CNN Business Perspectives At some point during the Academy Awards on Sunday night, someone will no doubt be praising the nominated films as superb additions to the art of cinema. But more importantly, someone – probably lots of people, including hosts, presenters and winners – …

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Pioneering Net Artist and Critic Dies – ARTnews.com

Tom Moody, an internet artist, musician, blogger and art critic, died Saturday morning from complications and pneumonia related to Covid, according to his gallery, And/Or in Pasadena, California. Moody was in his sixties. Moody’s committed to the lo-fi internet aesthetic through the use of older software, sometimes referred to as …

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who are we? Secret Sounds are one of Australia’s largest and fastest growing music groups, spanning multiple segments of the music industry. With a full-time team of over 60 people, we produce the country’s most prominent music and arts festivals, including Splendor in the Grass and Falls festivals, manage venues …

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Colby Covington takes aim at Israel Adesanya │ GMA News Online

Former UFC interim welterweight champion Colby Covington has turned to reigning UFC middleweight world champion Israel Adesanya. Covington, who just won a lopsided unanimous decision over his ex-best friend Jorge Masvidal at UFC 272 earlier this month, said he was ready to put on the weight if it meant pulling …

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Pointers nominated for 2022 Detroit Music Awards

Courtesy picturesRJ Spangler has won eight Detroit Music Awards and is expecting four more this year. The RJ Spangler Band is nominated for Outstanding Blues Recording for “A Tribute to Louis Jordan.” Supporting metro Detroit musicians since 1988 — and rewarding them since 1992 — is just part of the …

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