Tagged: Life

Arts & Culture Newsletter: San Diego Dance Theater looks at life, love and loss

Good morning, and welcome to the U-T Arts & Culture Newsletter.

I’m David L. Coddon, and here’s your guide to all things essential in San Diego’s arts and culture this week.

Next March, San Diego Dance Theater will celebrate its 50th anniversary. In the meantime, the company founded by SDSU Professor Emeritus of Dance George Willis has something else to celebrate: This weekend, SDDT presents its first formal performance indoors without dancers being masked since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic.

“Capturing Balance: Dances of Life, Love and Loss” features three pieces: “Crossroads” choreographed by SDDT Executive Artistic Director Terry

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Breath Of The Wild’s Box Art Comes To Life In 3D Animation

A breathtaking animation brings three-dimensional depth and movement to the iconic cover art of The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild.

Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild fan has transformed the game’s box art into a stunning 3D animation. The newest installment in Nintendo’s Zelda franchise, Breath of the Wild was released to critical acclaim back in 2017. The game has been particularly praised for its open-world level design which allows players to approach and overcome the game’s obstacles using a myriad of different tactics, and in any order they wish.

Nintendo’s Legend of Zelda franchise first

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Art Life Culture Gallery opens on Torrington’s Main Street ‘be part of this community’ | News

TORRINGTON — The sounds of guitar and singing filled the air when Art Life Culture Gallery opened, introducing busking to the downtown community by performer Adelaide Punkin.

“We want to be part of this community and what’s happening down here,” said the singer’s dad and gallery owner Alex Datzek. “Busking is part of what we do. We also promote art for everyone, all kinds of art and creative work.”

The gallery, tucked into a Main Street space next door to Sasso Wood Fired Pizza, is also a retail store, art studio and music promotion venue. The music side of the

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==Dior brought Amoako Boafo’s paintings to life for summer 2021

Photography Jackie NIckerson. Images courtesy of Dior

In the long history of the relationship between the worlds of fashion and fine art, a story that often goes overlooked is that of Monsieur Christian Dior. You, of course, know him for the eponymous Maison he founded in 1947, now one the proudest names in fashion and culture at large. A lesser-known fact about the seminal couturier, however, is that long before his career in fashion, he enjoyed a reputation as one of Paris’ most eminent art dealers in the early 1930s. Together with his business partner Pierre Colle,

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