Monthly Archives: May 2015

Summer viewing opportunities

Summer is almost here and local museums and galleries will use these this time as an opportunity to show new and exciting work from young artists or take chances on curated group shows. In the next couple of days, we … Continue reading

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Octobasse: Monstrosity or Muse?

Cool little video explaining how the octobasse is constructed (art), works (science), and sounds (music).  Love the intersection of the three disciplines! http://twistedsifter.com/videos/octobasse-makes-cello-look-like-violin/

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The Death of Awe…

Betsy Vanoot sent on this is lovely, heartfelt read that explores one of the essential, art-experiential questions of the modern age:  can magic exist if we have unlimited access to what goes on behind the curtain? The Death of Awe…

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Does anyone have $35.00 in quarters?

  Brilliant young potter, Hans Chew from the School of the Arts Singapore, created a vending machine to dispense his pottery, thus creating an overlap between craft and commerce.  Senior project, anyone? Vending Machine

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Female and Male Creativity…

In light of the excellent Nobles magazine that has just been published, highlighting some of the wonderful stories of coeducation at our school in the last 40 years, here is a review of Margaret Mead and her interpretation of Female/Male … Continue reading

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