Art Basel highlights its show in Miami Beach

The 2021 edition of Art Basel Miami Beach, December 2 –4, 2021 – Art Basel’s first in-person fair in Miami Beach since 2019 – will feature 253 leading galleries from around the globe presenting the highest quality of works across all media, from rare and historical masterpieces to new pieces by today’s emerging artistic voices. In addition to showcasing exceptional art within its Galleries, Positions, … Continue reading Art Basel highlights its show in Miami Beach

Squirrel Me Bad A Rock band For Today and Their Music Video “The World’s Gone Nutz” Review

By Vernon Nickerson Animator Daniel Robert Cohn who thrives when expressing through creativity has brought together the most famous metaphor of and for the Twenty-first Century, The World’s Gone Nutz to technicolor life on the silver screen. Cohn’s creative mind went into overdrive, writing and recording an anthem song for 2020 called “The World’s Gone Nutz” and creating an epic music video to go with it. … Continue reading Squirrel Me Bad A Rock band For Today and Their Music Video “The World’s Gone Nutz” Review

Happy Hanukkah

Hanukkah is the celebration of eight beautiful nights sparkling with love and joy. The team at Dreamweaverarts would like wish you warmest wishes during the festival of lights to you and your family. Let us celebrate the Festival of lights by letting go of all those things which has devastated, hurt and saddened us and embracing those which inspire us with love, peace, joy and … Continue reading Happy Hanukkah

“Through These Brown Eyes” Book Reveiw

By Vernon Nickerson “Attention, all lovers of edge-of-your-seat, hair-raising, triumphant, tragic, and triumphantly heart-wrenching romance dramas currently live-streaming in 2021! Have I got the perfect low-tech/high-heart string tugging memoir for you. Angelica Robles debut as an author to watch, Through These Brown Eyes, is the perfect getaway book for your reading pleasure. I highly recommend it as well earned respite from way too much electronic … Continue reading “Through These Brown Eyes” Book Reveiw

Ray Johnson c/o

Dubbed “New York’s most famous unknown artist,” Ray Johnson was a pioneer of mail art, a groundbreaking figure in the worlds of Fluxus and Conceptual Art, and an early Pop artist whose use of celebrity imagery heralded Andy Warhol’s own appropriation in the 1960s. Indefinable and prolific, he circulated much of his work outside official channels, questioning the boundaries of where and when art occurred. … Continue reading Ray Johnson c/o

The Wisdom Of Saving Vegetable Seeds

By Jannie Vaught I would like to recommend a book for those of you who seriously save seeds, beginners or those of us who have saved for generations. Many rules have changed from my Grandparents day. They just grew with experienced know how this wisdom passed along from gardener to gardener often in one family and they simply saved seeds, but we are much more … Continue reading The Wisdom Of Saving Vegetable Seeds

Getty Museum Exhibition Brings Together Works by Watteau in Los Angeles Collections

On view November 23, 2021–February 20, 2022, La Surprise: Watteau in Los Angeles explores the work by the greatest French painter and draftsman Jean Antoine Watteau Scenes of courtship, music and dance, strolling lovers, and characters from the commedia dell’arte (the Italian comic theater) were favorite subjects of French painter Jean Antoine Watteau (1684–1721). His paintings do not so much tell a story as they … Continue reading Getty Museum Exhibition Brings Together Works by Watteau in Los Angeles Collections

Symposium Presented in Partnership with the World Health Organization and The Metropolitan Museum of Art is a “Cultural Call to Action” to Invest in the Arts to Improve Physical, Mental, and Social Health

The leading policy advocates, artists, and researchers from cultural organizations, healthcare centers, government, and the United Nations will convene at The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York in a call to action to acknowledge and act on the evidence base for the health benefits of the arts. The day-long Healing Arts Symposium, presented in partnership with the World Health Organization, and produced by CULTURUNNERS … Continue reading Symposium Presented in Partnership with the World Health Organization and The Metropolitan Museum of Art is a “Cultural Call to Action” to Invest in the Arts to Improve Physical, Mental, and Social Health

“American morning” Speaks To America’s Tragedy

By Monteque Pope-Le Beau The story of “American Morning” takes place in the present as it take us on a on a journey through Connor Mathis (Stephen Dexter) tragic experience. A small-town elementary school music teacher who survived a mass shooting at his elementary school that killed 27 children which happened two years ago. In today’s continuing debate about the gun control of assault rifles … Continue reading “American morning” Speaks To America’s Tragedy

Artist Diego Marcial Rios An Artist On A Quest For Social Justice

Diego Marcial Rios lives in the San Francisco Bay Area and paints in acrylics. He graduated with honors with an M.A./M.F.A. from the University of Wisconsin at Madison, Department of Fine Arts Graduate School and a B.F.A. from University of California at Berkeley. Diego has a C.L.P. from the University of San Francisco. He received a number of fellowships for his Academic study. His artwork … Continue reading Artist Diego Marcial Rios An Artist On A Quest For Social Justice

Jerusalem Cinematheque’s Israel Film Archive Launches New Digital Film Archive – Making Israel’s Audiovisual History More Accessible Than Ever

Opens the cinematic treasures to the public worldwide, allowing a rare glimpse into tens of thousands of titles, from 1896 to present day Israel’s Audiovisual Heritage is Now Accessible to All [Here] The institution, home to one of the world’s great arthouse cinemas and annual Jerusalem Film Festival, invested $10 million in a digital revolution to bring massive archive of artistic and historical films – narrative &  … Continue reading Jerusalem Cinematheque’s Israel Film Archive Launches New Digital Film Archive – Making Israel’s Audiovisual History More Accessible Than Ever

At Long Last, STEEL SONG

By Vernon Nickerson Fans of Game of Thrones and or cosplay enthusiasts will be enthralled by the behind-the-scenes documentary “Steel Song” by Director Adrian Cicerone. Be advised, the film resembles a medieval jostling contest where the combatants attemp. It beat the snot out of each other. The objective: to be th. Last person (male or female) standing. To the filmmakers’credit, the story is apologetic an … Continue reading At Long Last, STEEL SONG

‘Look Away, Look Away’ Doesn’t Look Away from Both Sides of the Confederate Flag Controversy

By Mike Szymanski It starts off ugly. This documentary starts off with the ugly rantings of a guy who brought a gun in with a Confederate flag and murdered nine innocent people at the Emmanuel AME Church in South Carolina. Then, the filmmaker, writer and director Patrick O’Connor talks about the flag of his home state of Mississippi that has the Confederate flag as a … Continue reading ‘Look Away, Look Away’ Doesn’t Look Away from Both Sides of the Confederate Flag Controversy

A Change Is Coming To The Art Of Monteque

The Art Of Monteque team would like to take this moment to thank our wonderful supportive audience. You have watched as we have grown and become more versatile in what we do. It has always been our aim to support artists and their expression while showcasing those unique voices. Now the time has come for us to take the next step in opening a brand … Continue reading A Change Is Coming To The Art Of Monteque

WIA VANCOUVER’S ACE PROGRAM SHORT FILM, PIVOT, TO PREMIERE AT SPARK ANIMATION FESTIVAL

Round Two of Women in Animation Vancouver’s Animation Career EXCELerator Program (ACE) will have their film, Pivot, premiere at Spark Animation Festival, starting October 28th, and streaming throughout the festival.  Growing up isn’t easy, and it’s no exception for 12-year-old Ashley whose well-meaning Mom has her own ideas about who Ashley should be. Finding herself in an impossible situation, Ashley must decide whether to wear … Continue reading WIA VANCOUVER’S ACE PROGRAM SHORT FILM, PIVOT, TO PREMIERE AT SPARK ANIMATION FESTIVAL

JFI’s Applications Are Now Open

JFI’s national, year-long Filmmaker-in-Residence program provides creative, marketing, and production support for filmmakers exploring and expanding thoughtful consideration of Jewish history, life, culture and identity. What the Residency Offers: Monthly cohort support meetings Skill-building trainings with industry leaders Annual expense-paid convening at JFI’s Summer Film Festival (SFJFF), health guidelines permitting Pitch Training and Forum Passes to JFI programming Promotion through JFI channels for the life … Continue reading JFI’s Applications Are Now Open

Gun Violence & Documentary Film:Sundance Institute Names Kendeda Fund Grantees in Collaboration with TIME Studios, Publishes New Field Report

Highlights need for closer collaborations between filmmakers, funders and advocacy organizations The Sundance Institute announced recipients of the Sundance Institute | Kendeda Short Film Fund in partnership with TIME Studios, aimed at elevating stories that underline gun violence in popular discourse. This new initiative, which is an extension of the work The Kendeda Fund has been supporting at Sundance for several years, awards five non-recoupable … Continue reading Gun Violence & Documentary Film:Sundance Institute Names Kendeda Fund Grantees in Collaboration with TIME Studios, Publishes New Field Report

The Sundance Institute Launches Trans Possibilities Intensive

Six artists selected for inaugural program focused on advancement of transgender storytellers of color The nonprofit Sundance Institute has launched the inaugural Trans Possibilities Intensive, a three-day virtual program focused on advancing transgender storytellers of color and their projects. Six artists have been selected for the Intensive which provides a supportive environment to work on their projects, sharpen their craft, develop community, and challenge the … Continue reading The Sundance Institute Launches Trans Possibilities Intensive