Tag: Arts and Culture

Dior Collaborates With Works & Process at the Guggenheim To Create Dance Costumes

  When Maria Grazia Chiuri took the position as the artistic director for Dior, she had no idea that she would be partnering with Works & Process at the Guggenheim in order to create dance costumes for their latest show Falls the Shadow, a 30-minute performance with video projections.   During the show, the dancers’ precise movements will …

‘Can You Smell What The Rock Is Cooking’ For The 2020 Election?!

  Yes folks, you read that title correctly! The former WWE wrestler has his sights set on the highest office in the land – the White House! In an interview with British GQ Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson unveiled some rather shocking (to say the least) news of his eagerness to run for president in the 2020 election. …

Pharrell Williams, Being Made Into a Musical?!

  Yes you read the title correctly! The trend setting artist has never been one to fit into a “box,” and we completely respect his individuality – from his style to his music, he never ceases to amaze us! The stage has been set in Hollywood for musicals to become movies – from hits like La …

10 Best Travel Books Of 2016

  Have you ever been on a long road trip, wondering when it was going to end? Well, pass the time with a good book! Here is a list of the top books for 2016!     The Improbability of Love, by Hannah Rothschild     The Neapolitan Novels, by Elena Ferrante     The …

Spring 2017 Collections Inspired By Art Pieces

  Fashion is art and art is fashion – the Spring 2017 runway proved it! The runway was painted in gorgeous hues of color  -various designers took inspiration from art pieces! Yves Saint Laurent dedicated his whole collection to painters Piet Mondrian and Georges Braque – both have works displayed in the Seattle Art Museum. …

A 77-Year-Old Disabled Artist Finally Realizes Her Dream

  Helen Rae, a 77-year-old artist, has been drawing for close to 30 years now – taking inspirations from Vogue and other fashionable magazines. Rae will take her array of colored pencils and start to draw whichever images she finds appealing.   The self taught artist was born deaf and is completely nonverbal – at …

Ballerina: Lea McGowan

  Lea McGowan is an amazing ballerina, who resides in New York City. Her talent, beauty and grace are absolutely remarkable! Her introduction to dance was creative movement, and from there she’s explored different styles through her studies of Dance and World Cultures in college. Lea is a multifaceted dancer, she’s performed an array of …

Artist & Designer: Randy Walsh

   Randy Walsh is  a talented artist from Pawtucket, Rhode Island.  He works in construction painting, which allows him to travel all over the country. More or less you can find him either in Miami, Dallas, D.C. and R.I.   How long have you been designing and how did you get your start?   I’ve …

“The Keeper,” An Exhibit That Displays Objects and Obsessions

    “The Keeper” is the newest exhibition at New York City’s New Museum, it is dedicated to preserving arts, objects, and images. The  masterpieces are very unconventional and not what you would consider to be your typical exhibition, nonetheless it is still magnificent! “This exhibition is about individuals who have carried out unreasonable acts of …

Photographer: Cheryl Lathan

    Cheryl Lathan was born and raised in Brooklyn, NY. She is the creator of BluPhotoArt, who got her start in the art world early on as an adolescent. But when her father, nicknamed Blue, passed away in the late 80’s she stopped painting and drawing.   She fell in love with photography at …

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