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How to Increase Engagement for Art and Cultural Brands – The Street

The world in which we live is constantly evolving at such a rapid pace. Seismic technological, social, political, and economic shifts occur so frequently that brands in nearly every sector must remain agile and apply critical strategies to adapt. Particularly challenged are art and cultural institutions whose rich history and purpose must be communicated with the utmost integrity, while also appealing to a broader demographic in order to drive engagement and grow their audience.

Santa Cruz Museum of Art and History’s Executive Director Nina Simon recently published The Art of Relevance, in which she “explores how mission-driven organizations can matter

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Positively 25th Street: This Downtown Oakland neighborhood is a mecca of art and culture | East Bay Express

The earthy, animated ethos of Oakland on a short strip along 25th Street is alive and has been kicking it as best it can while emerging from the 18-month lockdown. While the struggles for retail, hospitality and service sectors remain monumental, what prevails just north of Oakland’s Uptown area on the 400-block between Telegraph and Broadway is the synergy of steep grassroots energy and entrepreneurs, many of them women or people who identify outside of binary, who think not just in or out of the box but smash those boxes to smithereens and recycle them into customized infrastructure that is

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In Berlin, a street art show before it’s ‘game over’ for site

From an image of Hulk who suddenly leaps over your head to a painting that changes its colours, one Berlin street art exhibition offers visitors a chance to experience paintings in 3D.



Works like 'Imagine You Could See All the Colours' by Berlin-based illustrator and street artist Herr von Bias are enhanced with augmented reality


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Works like ‘Imagine You Could See All the Colours’ by Berlin-based illustrator and street artist Herr von Bias are enhanced with augmented reality



Many works are inspired by videogames, like this one from the 'Drink and Draw Berlin' art collective


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Many works are inspired by videogames, like this one from the ‘Drink and Draw Berlin’ art collective

Called “Game Over”, the exhibition inspired by videogames is housed in a former casino stretching over 2,000 square metres (21,500 square feet)

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ARTS AND CULTURE: A street party with teeth – The Tribune

12th annual Diamond Teeth Mary Blues & Arts Festival is under way in Huntington

HUNTINGTON, WEST VIRGINIA — The Greater Huntington Park & Recreation District is proud to announce the 12th Annual Diamond Teeth Mary Blues & Arts Festival.

This free two-day Blues Music & Arts Festival kicked off Friday, with a special Diamond Teeth Mary Tribute Edition of Party on the Patio and continues today, for a second day of festivities including a great line-up of talented musicians from noon-5 p.m. at the Heritage Station Patio and Gazebo.

The fun continues with an open air Artisan Market, organized by

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