Daily Archive: June 19, 2021

Essential Arts: One composer’s personal reflection on Juneteenth

What’s that thumping noise? It’s not the morning newspaper being thrown at your door. It’s the Essential Arts newsletter hitting your inbox. I’m arts reporter Jessica Gelt filling in for Carolina Miranda, who is likely finding art you didn’t know about in a part of the city you rarely go. The worst of the heat wave has passed for now and the weekend is upon us, so let’s get to it.

Celebrating Juneteenth

Juneteenth is finally a federal holiday, and even though government recognition of the date that commemorates the end of slavery in America came more than a

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Digital Artwork Photography By Rick Doble, Web Artist. Online Reveals Of Artistic Images, Computer Graphics,

Art & Entertainment,Art & Visual,Art & Culture,Art & Design,Digital Art PhotographyDigital Artwork Pictures menggunakan Fb. Digital images has made images accessible to a bigger group of individuals. The brand new know-how and editing applications accessible to photographers has modified the way photographs are introduced to the public. There are photographs which are so heavily manipulated (“photoshopped”) that they end up trying nothing like the unique photograph and this changes the way in which they’re perceived. forty Till the arrival of the digital camera, beginner photographers used both print or slide film for his or her cameras. Slides are developed and shown to an viewers using a slide projector Digital images … Read More

The Crowd: Gray Matter Museum of Art’s night of ‘Film, Art, Fashion and Music’ draws local influencers

The L.A. and NYC vibe landed in “Bubble Land,” a.k.a. Newport Beach, last week turning up the volume at Newport’s Gray Matter Museum of Art.

An evening of “Film, Art, Fashion and Music,” produced by the much-admired art dealer Georgeana Ireland of Ethos Contemporary Art, brought out local influencers to mingle with the L.A. element for a particularly wild mid-weeknight on the Orange Coast.

L.A. fashion and celeb press and paparazzi chronicled the scene as the crowd danced to the performance of recording artist Luciana, “Queen of Electro.” Fashion designer Ninja Monk, L.A. based creator of

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Inaugural Downtown Erie Sculpture Walk takes shape

  • Announced earlier this year, the Downtown Erie Sculpture Walk will feature 13 works to be on display through 2023
  • Installation of the works will take place through early July
  • Two of the artists are from Erie County: Fredy Huaman Mallqui and D.W. Martin

Fredy Huaman Mallqui’s art is about connections.

Sources of inspiration for the Erie sculptor, a native of Peru, include yarn and thread as he explores how people and communities become linked.

Huaman Mallqui’s latest work is “Together,” a 1,000-pound sculpture of three wooden spheres, two made of white pine and the third of catalpa.

When the installation

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