Daily Archive: May 27, 2022

Ep 111 Is It Time to Evolve your Art Style?

In today’s art podcast we ask “Is time to evolve your art style?”

Ep111 is it time to evolve your art style



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It seemed appropriate to talk about this today because Sandra’s at a bit of a crossroads and we both always try to share our own experiences as artists with you.

SANDRA

When might it be time to Evolve Your Art Style?

What are the tell tale signs that you’re ready to evolve, or even change direction completely?

Well I think the first indication is when your work feels too easy and you no longer feel

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What can I do if my neighbour is playing loud music on warm summer days?

It’s that time of year again, with long sunny days, the gentle sound of birdsong and – if you are very unlucky, the boom boom boom from your neighbour’s banging music system. Across the UK, neighbours can find themselves falling out over the ways they want to enjoy warm summer days outdoors.

For every person who wants to lounge around in the garden, sipping a cold drink and reading a novel, there is someone who wants to enjoy their music in their own private space – or who wants to throw a noisy garden party. NottinghamshireLive has looked into whether

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News

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Sanjay
Leela
Bhansali’s
Gangubai
Kathiawadi
arrived
in
theatres
on
February
25
and
on
the
very
first
day
of
its
release,
the
film
got
leaked
online.
Yes,
you
read
it
right.
Gangubai
Kathiawadi
full
movie
is
available
on
several
notorious
sites
for
free
download.

It’s
not
the
first
time
when
such
big-budget
film
has
become
victim
of
piracy.
Even
before
the
ongoing
COVID-19
pandemic
hit
the
nation,
many
big-budgets
films
were
troubled
because
of
online
leak
on
the
very
first
of
their
releases.

On
a
related
note,
Gangubai
Kathiawadi
won

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Cannes Reminds Us (Again) of How Much It Is Holding the Film Industry Back

Last week I was wondering why I was feeling so calm and then I realized that I wasn’t preparing to go to Cannes. For several years before the pandemic, I joined the annual pilgrimage to what’s considered the world’s most glamorous film festival. While I love reuniting with so many great industry colleagues and having the chance to check out films like Debra Granik’s “Leave No Trace” and Céline Sciamma’s “Portrait of a Lady on Fire,” I hate a lot about the fest and how it’s organized. They are so hierarchical about press passes, and they make figuring out the

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