Daily Archive: November 11, 2021

Cuyahoga Arts & Culture announces $11.6M in grants for 2022

Cuyahoga Arts & Culture (CAC) announced Wednesday $11.6 million will be distributed to area arts organizations next year.

There are 249 recipients sharing the revenue from Cuyahoga County’s cigarette tax. Some of the grantees, which includes Ideastream Public Media, will use their funding for general operating support. Others are getting special projects funded. Cuyahoga Arts & Culture Executive Director Jill Paulsen says 11 local groups are getting funds from a new grant program called Cultural Heritage.

“It’s our new approach to trying to support historically marginalized organizations to get them the flexible dollars they need to serve the public,” Paulsen

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Eva Chow Seeks Lists $sixty five Million Holmby Hills Home

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Google’s latest ML project finds your pet’s double in classic works of art

Google is rolling out another fun way to experience its machine learning technology with a new tool called Pet Portraits. The feature has been added to the Google Arts & Culture app for iPhone and Android, enabling anyone to snap a picture of their pet (even if it’s a lizard) to find the animal’s doppelganger in classic works of art.

Way back in 2018, Google launched a fun tool called Art Selfie that, as its name suggests, allows users to take a selfie and find their counterpart in works of art. The new Pet Portrait addition is very similar, but

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‘Klimt vs. Klimt: The Man of Contradictions’ Review: Exploring an Art-Nouveau Master Online

The digitization of the art world is in full swing, given a hefty push by the Covid-19 pandemic. Arts professionals accustomed to dealing with traditional mediums, such as painting, struggle to make their material intelligible to digital natives. While digital content should ideally serve as a teaching tool that leads viewers back to the original artwork, the two modes of communication are not always compatible. The dazzle of the newer media can overwhelm the smaller, quieter art of earlier times, as is the case with the two immersive Van Gogh experiences now on view in New York. Such presentations function

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