Month: April 2021

At four stories tall and equipped to create a spectacular light show at night, Downtown Arlington’s latest public art addition is hard to miss. The City of Arlington selected artist Michelle O’Michael of Houston to create the iconic sculptures as part of the transformative Abram Street Rebuild through Downtown. The four towering woven steel sculptures,
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MIBI Yoga Centre / Elisabetta Carnevale Arquitectura De Terra © André Roseira Costa + 12 Share Share Facebook Twitter Pinterest Whatsapp Mail Or https://www.archdaily.com/960845/mibi-yoga-centre-elisabetta-carnevale-arquitectura-de-terra © André Roseira Costa Text description provided by the architects. The MIBI yoga centre, on the ground floor of a residential building, was built with prefabricated rammed earth blocks. It is
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SINGAPORE, April 30, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — via InvestorWire – BAND Royalty (the “Company”), an entertainment and technology-driven firm and a leading innovator of music-focused NFTs, announces the upcoming launch of a unique collection of blockchain-secured BAND NFTs. BAND Royalty’s focus on distributing non-fungible tokens (NFTs), hosted on the Ethereum blockchain, is designed to allow
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A webinar organised by Abu Dhabi Art last week brought together different players from the worlds of art and finance – journalist and author Georgina Adam, Director of Cerno Capital Edward Bonsor and artist, curator and professor, Kenny Schachter. The discussion aimed to shed light on non-fungible tokens (NFTs) in the context of the art
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Architects Yuki Mitani and Atsumi Nonaka have transformed an unusual bare-concrete storage room on the side of their home in Nagoya, Japan, into a multi-functional reception room. Taking inspiration from traditional Japanese rooms, the minimally furnished space offers a departure from the western-style interiors elsewhere in the flat. This additional room allows the married couple,
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(Photo from Sheridan Media files) The Brinton Museum will present an exhibit of paintings by the award winning Wyoming artist T. Allen Lawson, on display in the S. K. Johnston, Jr. Family Gallery beginning May 15, and continuing through Labor Day. “Recollections and Reflections” is part retrospective, part new work, by a nationally recognized, highly-
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High School Students: Celebrate the Communities Along the Crenshaw/LAX Transit Project with Your Artwork Metro Rail graphic design (courtesy Image) Attention all high school students! Create an artwork celebrating the unique character of your neighborhood and its connection to the Crenshaw/LAX Transit Project, and it may be used to inspire the design of commemorative pins!
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