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The State of Design – Amazing International Speakers Announced 2021

The State of Design – Amazing International Speakers Announced 2021

| July 24, 2021 | 0 Comments

Design Victoria presents DESIGN CAPITAL, Victoria’s design and business conference, running from Wednesday 16 – Friday 18 July 2008 at the Melbourne Museum as part of the State of Design Festival. Festival Artistic Director and Conference Curator, Ewan McEoin, says, “This conference brings together leading global innovators, designers, business figures, the media and industry to canvass the […]

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T-Shirt Design Contest Announced. 1500 Incredible Euro prize!

T-Shirt Design Contest Announced. 1500 Incredible Euro prize!

| July 24, 2021 | 0 Comments

Come one come all. Design a T-Shirt design, make people happy, put some cash in your pocket. ArtCulture has partnered with LaFraise to bring you an awesome contest that should be a lot of fun to participate in. The winner receives over 1500 Euros (not a bad chunk of change) and a limited run of 500 prints […]

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IFA Berlin 2008, amazing brief roundup.

IFA Berlin 2008, amazing brief roundup.

| July 24, 2021 | 0 Comments

The world’s biggest Consumer Electronics trade show, the IFA Berlin , ran from Aug 29th to September 3rd this year. What started out as the ‘Great German Radio Show’ in 1924 has grown and developed into an International multimedia event with products ranging from Home Entertainment to Public Media and Communications, and for the first time, Home […]

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Frank Chimero: Mid-Century in the New Century Remarkable 2021

Frank Chimero: Mid-Century in the New Century Remarkable 2021

| July 24, 2021 | 0 Comments

Frank Chimero: It’s 1952 in America. The war was won, more people have jobs than ever before, and you just bought a house with a white picket fence. Things are on the up and up. Now, fast-forward to 2008. We’re neck deep in traffic, debt, e-mails and basically life is just too darn complicated. Against […]

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Amazing Obama Art Collective 2021

Amazing Obama Art Collective 2021

| July 23, 2021 | 0 Comments

Below is ArtCulture’s Barack Obama art gallery and showcase with works gathered from all around the world. You could say we created this to say “ArtCulture officially supports Barack Obama” =) Whether or not Barack Obama would make a good president, it’s clear that he makes an excellent muse. It’s hard to think of a political candidate […]

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Remarkable Pacific Northwest: Winter’s French Influence 2021

Remarkable Pacific Northwest: Winter’s French Influence 2021

| July 23, 2021 | 0 Comments

Pacific Northwest: Seattle and Portland tend to have great art, be it performance or visual; there is always something new and cutting edge to check out from Northwest artists. But in this year’s winter months, the highlight of the Pacific Northwest art scene isn’t local artists; this time it’s all about France. The gray months […]

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Amazing Human/Nature at the Berkeley Art Museum 2021

Amazing Human/Nature at the Berkeley Art Museum 2021

| July 23, 2021 | 0 Comments

The Human/Nature exhibition at the Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive (BAM/PFA) is beautiful, both in concept and content. Among other qualities, the show achieves an aura of maturity and real world-relevance that stands in quiet contrast to some of the contemporary art world’s less noble celebrations of cultural currency and market value. It was exhilarating to encounter […]

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Memorable Gestures of Resistance at the Museum of Contemporary Craft 2021

Memorable Gestures of Resistance at the Museum of Contemporary Craft 2021

| July 22, 2021 | 0 Comments

Over the next six months, visitors to the Museum of Contemporary Craft in Portland, Oregon, will be able to observe the day-to-day studio practices of eight artists as they participate in a conceptually provocative and communally based art performance. Working sequentially over two-day to three-week periods, the artists, comprised of six individuals and one pair and ranging […]

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Richard Russo: Seriously Funny 2021

Richard Russo: Seriously Funny 2021

| July 21, 2021 | 0 Comments

On Wednesday September 17th Seattle Arts and Lectures kicked off its 2008-2009 season with a lecture on humor by Pulitzer Prize-winning author Richard Russo. Humor- it seemed an odd topic to me mainly because most of the aspects I remembered about Russo’s novel Empire Falls were dark in nature. The book explored characters dealing with […]

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Amazing Artwork from Etsuko Ichikawa at BAM 2021

Amazing Artwork from Etsuko Ichikawa at BAM 2021

| July 19, 2021 | 0 Comments

Seattle-based artist Etsuko Ichikawa seems to be showing everywhere at once these days. Last year ended for her with two shows at the Art Basel Miami Beach fair and the opening of her solo exhibit Traces of the Molten State at the Bellevue Arts Museum. This winter has also included exhibitions in Washington D.C., Chicago, and another Seattle […]

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