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Rory Jelinski was a strong presence for Portia Carryer when her beloved German shepherd died.
In fall 2019, Portia Carryer was mourning the loss of her beloved dog, a German shepherd named Rilke. Thats when Rory Jelinski made her presence felt. Rory is not a huge dog person, but when Rilke p… [+646 chars]
Vincent M. Mallozzi
2021-01-29 18:02:06




Monika Tilley, Fashion Designer and Activewear Pioneer, Dies at 86
She was an early adopter of a uniquely American style of casual dressing, and her peekaboo suits often graced the cover of the Sports Illustrated swimsuit issue.
She was Viennese, after all, the British designer Patricia Underwood said of Ms. Tilley, a friend. In Austria they are very good at fur coats, loden and lingerie. Monika Theresia Nowotny was born on… [+818 chars]
Penelope Green
2021-02-01 17:11:41




‘I Paid It No Mind and Kept My Head Low, Glued to My Music’
Running late to work, quarters to spare should an emergency arise and more reader tales of New York City in this week’s Metropolitan Diary.
Inside the cooler was a black bag. Inside the bag was what I had looked forward to all week. The smell of fried dough would overwhelm the combined scent of talcum powder, barbicide and bay rum that … [+757 chars]

2021-02-21 08:00:09




A Pandemic Silver Lining for a San Francisco Institution
Friday: A look at how the de Young Museum in San Francisco is moving forward from the lockdowns. Also: Perseverance.
Cheryl Derricotte a visual artist based in San Francisco whose work was selected for the show told me that she appreciated the museums focus on highlighting art of the Bay Area. Museums often look t… [+1244 chars]
Jill Cowan
2021-02-19 13:56:53




The Frick Savors the Opulence of Emptiness
No barriers. No texts. No heavy gold fabric. At the museum’s two-year sublet of the Breuer building on Madison Avenue, it’s just you and the masters.
People think about old masters as escapism, as looking at pretty old things, Salomon says. And yet the past year, isolated from art, reaffirmed their conviction that analysis can be delivered in man… [+1267 chars]
Jason Farago
2021-02-25 19:09:29




Banksy's balloon girl and Kate Moss photo top bill at London art sale - Reuters
A print of "Girl With Balloon" by Banksy and a photograph of supermodel Kate Moss are among top attractions in a sale this week celebrating 70 years of British art.
By Reuters Staff LONDON (Reuters) - A print of Girl With Balloon by Banksy and a photograph of supermodel Kate Moss are among top attractions in a sale this week celebrating 70 years of British art.… [+1211 chars]
Reuters Staff
2021-02-22 17:53:00




Southampton Now Requires Vacant Storefronts to Display Local Art
The population of the villages within Long Island’s eastern end diminish severely as the summer season ends. With reduced foot traffic, businesses tend to shutter, casting a blight upon the other seasons. To breathe life into one town, and provide exposure fo…
The population of the villages within Long Island’s eastern end diminish severely as the summer season ends. With reduced foot traffic, businesses tend to shutter, casting a blight upon the other sea… [+790 chars]
David Graver
2021-01-26 17:44:51




studio gang reinvents its proposed arkansas museum of fine arts
a sculptural intervention will gently wind through the length of the museum. The post studio gang reinvents its proposed arkansas museum of fine arts appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.

kat barandy I designboom
2021-01-25 21:15:28




Report: E3 2021 Being Planned As An All-Digital Event
Last year the Entertainment Software Association cancelled E3, the biggest trade show in gaming, due to covid-19 concerns. According to pitch documents obtained by Video Games Chronicle, this year’s E3 might be as a strictly online affair, with three-days of …
Last year the Entertainment Software Association cancelled E3, the biggest trade show in gaming, due to covid-19 concerns. According to pitch documents obtained by Video Games Chronicle, this years E… [+1424 chars]
Mike Fahey
2021-02-08 19:05:00




How This Painter Captivated an Online Audience
Artist Muna Khalid Al-Bader explains why social media and e-commerce helped her add to an already invested following.
February 10, 2021 3 min read Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. Last year's pandemic restrictions forced artists to retreat, leaving galleries and exhibitions shuttere… [+2815 chars]
James Jorner
2021-02-10 15:00:00




Stefan Diez discusses forthcoming modular Costume sofa for Magis in live talk
German designer Stefan Diez will discuss how the circular economy inspired the modular sofa he has designed for Magis in a live talk produced by Dezeen in collaboration with the Italian furniture brand. Watch here from 2:00pm London time. Read more
German designer Stefan Diez will discuss how the circular economy inspired the modular sofa he has designed for Magis in a live talk produced by Dezeen in collaboration with the Italian furniture bra… [+2246 chars]
Siufan Adey
2021-02-23 11:00:24




It Takes Two Goes Gold -- "We Finally Did It," Josef Fares Says
After years of development, Josef Fares' Hazelight Studios has completed its work on its next co-op game, It Takes Two. Fares made the announcement on Twitter, saying, "We finally did it! It Takes Two has gone gold."Publisher Electronic Arts responded to Fare…
After years of development, Josef Fares' Hazelight Studios has completed its work on its next co-op game, It Takes Two. Fares made the announcement on Twitter, saying, "We finally did it! It Takes Tw… [+1585 chars]
Eddie Makuch
2021-02-17 14:50:00




Beaver of Fine Arts: There Will Be No Extra Credit
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In the Middle of a Zombie Apocalypse, We Have Decided to Reopen Restaurants
Julie Reneé Benda
2021-01-27 12:59:00




de Young Museum to Host Monumental "Calder-Picasso" Exhibition
The de Ypung Museum in San Francisco is gearing up to launch a momentous exhibition that explores the relationship between two of the most influential artists of the 20th century: Alexander Calder and Pablo Picasso. Conceived by the artists' grandsons, the sp…
The de Ypung Museum in San Francisco is gearing up to launch a momentous exhibition that explores the relationship between two of the most influential artists of the 20th century: Alexander Calder an… [+1520 chars]
info@hypebeast.com (HYPEBEAST), HYPEBEAST
2021-02-05 16:55:29




Black art is front and center this Black History Month
For centuries, Black artists have used their crafts to share their lived experiences with the world. Art as self-expression is not a new concept, but how we display it and share it in today's digital world is. Throughout Black History Month, Google is honorin…
Youll also see Black content front and center on Google Play and Google TV. Were celebrating Black creators, culture and history on Google Play, including a collection of apps by Black innovators and… [+736 chars]
Kayla Conti Keyword Contributor
2021-02-18 14:00:00




Beaver of Fine Arts: “Your Self Portrait Was Due Yesterday”: Student Reactions According to Their Zodiac Sign
Beaver of Fine Arts: "Your Self Portrait Was Due Yesterday": Student Reactions According to Their Zodiac Sign

Julie Reneé Benda
2021-02-24 12:59:00




In The Financial Fine Print, A Glimpse Of Fragile Oscar Economics
The really interesting stuff is always in the fine print, especially when it comes to the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences financials. When the latest numbers popped up in a bond disclosure statement on Christmas Eve, it was easy to brush past the …
The really interesting stuff is always in the fine print, especially when it comes to the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences financials. When the latest numbers popped up in a bond disclosu… [+3150 chars]
Michael Cieply
2021-02-06 16:30:55




One of last year’s best screenplays may be too morally ambiguous for the Oscars
Oscar voters have always had a soft spot for villains. In the 90-plus years since The Academy Of Motion Picture Arts And Sciences starting handing out awards, its members have honored the likes of Anthony Hopkins and Javier Bardem for playing remorseless kill…
Oscar voters have always had a soft spot for villains. In the 90-plus years since The Academy Of Motion Picture Arts And Sciences starting handing out awards, its members have honored the likes of An… [+6616 chars]
Noel Murray on Film, shared by Noel Murray to The A.V. Club
2021-02-23 20:00:00




The Legendary Quilts of Gee's Bend Are Being Sold Online For the First Time Ever
Quilting exploded onto the runways a few years ago and has remained a fashion mainstay since, infiltrating fashion's ranks from the top (think Dior and Raf Simons at Calvin Klein) to the bottom (think teens thrift flipping on TikTok). Once considered a pastim…
Doris Pettway Mosely, a quilter in Gee's Bend, with one of her creations. Photo: Courtesy of Etsy Quilting exploded onto the runways a few years ago and has remained a fashion mainstay since, infil… [+3611 chars]
Whitney Bauck
2021-02-01 13:30:00




The 11 most prestigious preschools in Los Angeles and how to get in, according to an admissions consultant and school directors
Summary List PlacementGetting your child into a respectable preschool in Los Angeles starts when they're barely out of diapers, Cindy Chanin, the LA-based founder of Rainbow EDU Consulting & Tutoring and former Ivy admissions rep who's heavily involved with L…
Getting your child into a respectable preschool in Los Angeles starts when they're barely out of diapers, Cindy Chanin, the LA-based founder of Rainbow EDU Consulting & Tutoring and former Ivy ad… [+2086 chars]
Robin Madell
2021-02-09 16:01:06
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