Month: October 2021

GAME ON | SB19 addresses critics on arcade-inspired music video for ‘Bazinga’

Filipino Pop Supergroup SB19 officially dropped the music video for “Bazinga, The third single from their critically acclaimed EP, Pagsibol. Set in an underground battle zone, the clip shows the multi-award winning quintet defeating their enemies in an arcade fighting game. Like SB19, this is also a statement against the unwarranted criticism leveled at the […]

Toronto’s Love Park just received an augmented reality art installation

Toronto’s next Love Park may be under construction, but the perimeter of the site is already looking better thanks to a new art installation. Colorful letters spelling out “Love” are mounted along the fence alongside a number of matching geometric shapes. The installation, created by the Black Speculative Arts Movement (BSAM) Canada, is not only […]

Okaidja Afroso launches the POAC performing arts series

The Pend Oreille Arts Council presents the first show of its 2021-22 performing arts season, Okaidja Afroso, on Friday. The concert will start at 7:30 p.m. on Friday, October 29 at the Panida Theater. POAC will also host a pre-concert reception in its gallery featuring artistic treasurers donated by local art collector and filmmaker Erik […]

‘Brilliant Ideas’: Student mural depicts Johnstown’s past, present and future | New

JOHNSTOWN, PA – When Hiromi Katayama and four students from Greater Johnstown High School started working together to create a mural, she asked them a question – “What is Johnstown?” “ Katayama, a native of Japan who lives in Washington, PA, was unfamiliar with the city, so student artists Nichole Harrity, Brice Mroczka, Korei Donitzen […]

5 historically rich sounds of Detroit at the city’s best concert halls

Traditional vacation reunions with family and friends are just around the corner. Even though people are more used to not-so-ordinary interactions these days due to the spread of viruses that have changed everyone’s idea of ​​meaningful contact. However, traditions aren’t just for dinner parties and family events. The act of going back to the origins […]

First Steps in Congress to Honor Pop Superstar Prince | Music

NEW YORK – The Minnesota congressional delegation on Monday introduced a resolution to posthumously award the Congressional Gold Medal to pop superstar Prince, citing his “indelible mark on Minnesota and American culture,” he said. learned from the Associated Press. The medal is one of the highest civilian honors in the country and past recipients include […]

Free you! New music festival to “hug, dance freely” – The Free Weekly

BECCA MARTIN-BROWN [email protected] The pandemic has been tough on everyone in one way or another, but arguably no one more than the performers. Rochelle Bradshaw and Hypnotion will star at the Live Free Music and Arts Festival on October 23 at Prairie Street Live in Fayetteville. (Courtesy photo) “Not touring or performing in the country […]

Lightspeed Commerce: 13 restaurant design and decor ideas to inspire you in 2021

Choosing an aesthetic for your business can be overwhelming, and with so many restaurant design and decorating ideas, it’s hard to know where to start. When opening your new restaurant, you will have many decisions to make: from choosing your POS restaurantto select the best towels and everything in between. To help you narrow down […]

David Shrigley talks about art, sustainability and his collaboration with Ruinart

“Sustainability is a conversation we all need to tackle right now, whether it’s champagne or whatever,” he continues. “Ruinart, as a company, has done a tremendous amount to try to solve this problem. The packaging is really quite innovative and the house has done everything one can reasonably expect to do. Shrigley refers to the […]

Weekend Pig and Whiskey Party returns to Ferndale with music from Laith Al-Saadi, Goober and the Peas, Tart and more

Photo by Dontae Rockymore Pig & Whiskey will take place on Halloween weekend. What could be more spooky than a celebration of grilled meat, premium whiskey, and live local music on Halloween weekend? We could discuss not witnessing a celebration of grilled meat, premium whiskey, and local live music is damn scary. Don’t be afraid […]

“Existing is an act of resistance”: Syrian refugees create design from displacement | Architecture

When the world’s largest Syrian refugee camp began to overflow in 2013, it was so large that it had become Jordan’s fourth largest city. Za’atari camp housed an impressive 150,000 people, and the influx of new arrivals forced another camp to be built a few kilometers away. Za’atari had been plagued by design flaws associated […]

Zion National Park needs major upgrades. Here are some ideas, from the editorial board

The jewel of Utah’s national parks is in danger of being overwhelmed by visitors. (Leah Hogsten | The Salt Lake Tribune) In September 2021, with 4.05 million+ visitors, Zion National Park is on course to have its busiest year ever, surpassing 4.5 million visitors in 2019. By the Salt Lake Tribune Editorial Board | October […]

John Prine’s Brother Comes to Madison to Celebrate Singer’s Life with Music and Stories | Music

When John recorded the song in Memphis, it was also a moving experience, said Billy. The original violin part was recorded by a Memphis Symphony violinist who “had no feeling for it,” he said. Then, when John played the tape for their father, he suggested that John’s brother, Dave, play the violin. “They took Dave […]

Harris County to Spend $ 50 Million to Tackle Crime Through ‘Environmental Design’

Austin, Texas, October 13, 2021 – Harris County Commissioners unanimously approved an amended proposal to spend $ 50 million to fight crime by planting trees, clearing vacant lots, adding street lights and building sidewalks. County Judge Lina Hidalgo (D) and Commissioner Adrian Garcia (D-Pct. 2) announced the proposal at a press conference on Tuesday morning […]

Miriam Carpenter exhibition at the Michener Art Museum

“FEATHERS”: Works by Miriam Carpenter are featured in “Shaping the Ethereal,” her first solo show at the Michener Art Museum in Doylestown, Pennsylvania. The exhibition is visible until March 20. The Michener Art Museum in Doylestown, Pennsylvania, now presents “Miriam Carpenter: Shaping the Ethereal”, an exhibition featuring sculptures, furniture, prints and drawings by cabinet maker, […]

Social Media “Brings Antisemitic Ideas to the New Generation” | Social media

A new generation of users of “younger” social media platforms such as TikTok are being introduced to anti-Semitic ideas that would be unlikely to be encountered elsewhere, according to a report. The research comes amid warnings that those embroiled in conspiracy theories around Covid-19 risk adopting anti-Semitic views. He revealed that Google searches the UK […]

Introducing Lederrick, aka Paintingwithpoison, Egyptian-American Producer Taking Music Production to the Next Level

American singer, artist and producer of Egyptian origin, Sheriff Lederrick, also known by his stage name, Paintingwithpoison, has taken the music production world by storm with his talent for producing hits upon hits. Born in Cairo but raised in Pittsburgh, the talented 26-year-old producer has worked with emerging artists such as GothBoiClique, Lil Peep (whom […]

Latinx designers share the best design lessons from their home country

Janelle Thon, Carlos Quintero, Britto Charette Latinx culture comprises a richly diverse range. It is therefore not surprising that Latinx interior design styles vary widely by country and region. Imagine a look inspired by the Amazon jungle versus the chilly vibes of a Caribbean waterfront. Three Latinx designers claim that small design and decor adjustments […]

Free Music, Street Art, Live Theater, River Cleanup & More at St. Tammany | News from the community of St. Tammany

COLDNESS: The City of Covington’s Chillin ‘at the River Concert Series continues on October 14 with Lost in the’ 60s on the Bogue Falaya Park stage, 213 Park Drive, in downtown Covington. The free concert is scheduled from 5:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Bring chairs and blankets; food and drink will be available for purchase. […]

Two exhibitions at the Meadows Museum bring the art of fashion to life

TThe Meadows Museum exhibition “Canvas & Silk: Historic Fashion from Madrid’s Museo del Traje” marks the first major collaboration between the Museo del Traje de Madrid, the Centro de Investigación del Patrimonio Etnológico (the Spanish National Fashion Museum) and a American museum, as well as the first time its collection of historic Spanish clothing and […]

Cyril Kongo A220 bizjet and other new interiors ask design questions – Runway Girl

In a refreshing change from the all-the-rage beige, gray and wood tones of private and business jet interiors, Airbus has collaborated with French graffiti artist Cyril Kongo to bring a pop of color to its latest ACJ aircraft. TwoTwenty, the bizav version of the Airbus A220, born Bombardier C Series. With the hand painting of […]

Delhi overflights turn into canvases with social messages

Outlook 03 October 2021 19:33 IST Delhi overflights turn into canvases with social messages 1970-01-01T05: 30: 00 + 0530 New Delhi, October 3 (PTI) From flyovers to metro pillars, many of Delhi’s urban infrastructures have been adorned with colorful murals and paintings, transforming them into vibrant canvases carrying social messages. A side wall from […]

Opening of a new exhibition at the Center d’art – Sentier du Parc des Estes-Gazette

Opening of a new exhibition “Bill Fritz and his Daughter Sandy” featuring member artist Bill Fritz and his oil paintings sharing the exhibit with the acrylic works of his daughter Sandy. Bill Fritz, originally from Mitchell, South Dakota, and his wife, Dana, moved to Estes Park 24 years ago when he retired from a career […]

Rainbow pub reverts to live music venue with vegan food and beer garden

One of Birmingham’s oldest pubs is set to become the city’s newest concert hall with a spectacular graffiti-style entrance. There has been a pub on the corner of High Street, Deritend and Adderley Street since 1767 and the current building is said to date from the 1880s. Today The Rainbow is brought back to life […]

Haines First Friday Features Historic Exhibits, New Artwork, Art Auction For A Local Family | Radio KHNS

The “Bid for Willow” art auction runs until 7 pm on Friday October 1st. All proceeds will go towards Willow Bryant’s medical expenses (Corinne Smith / KHNS) The first Friday is back in Haines, after some took a month-long hiatus due to the COVID outbreak in the community. Events on October 1 will include historical […]

The Attic Gallery has packed in Technicolor of Art for 50 years in Vicksburg

“Come for the unusual,” a pointing hand sign says, just inside the door of the Attic Gallery on the corner of Washington and Grove. A well-worn and historic wooden staircase leads to the second floor of this more than a century old building, offering a trickle of artwork on the walls and upstairs window. Signs […]

Red Rock Street Fest offers live music, art sales: Street fest ends arts festival on Saturday October 9 | Go out and go

The Red Rock Street Fest will return this year on Saturday, October 9 with a block party featuring live music, art vendors, food trucks, a kids tent, crafts and a cafe. outside. Street Fest will run from 12 p.m. to 7 p.m. outside of the Moab Arts and Recreation Center. The street festival will close […]

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