Month: November 2021

Google Arts & Culture app matches your pet with museum artwork

Source: Nicholas Sutrich / Android Central

Google recently updated its Arts & Culture feature with a new feature specifically for animal lovers dubbed Pet Portraits, which takes an image of your pen and matches it to artwork.

The latest update, which started rolling out on some of the best Android phones this week, opens directly to the new Pet Portraits mode when selecting the camera icon. When selecting “Take a photo,” you can either capture a picture of your pet with the viewfinder or upload one using your phone’s gallery.

The feature will analyze the image and compare it and compare it to various museum artworks, listed based on the percentage of likeness. From there, you can either retake, save, or share the image. You can even enter a slideshow to display all the different artworks or select an artwork to view the full image as well as the artist

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First Friday art walk, new exhibit at the Appleton: Fun in Ocala/Marion

THIS WEEKEND

First Friday Art Walk: The First Friday Art Walk returns to the downtown Ocala area from 6-9 p.m. Nov. 5. Hands-on art activities and demonstrations, local artists selling works, plus sidewalk buskers and live musician performances on the downtown square.

Converging Community & Culture: An art exhibit dedicated to the celebration of Afro-American and Latinx artists in the Ocala community. The Marion Cultural Alliance’s November exhibit opens Nov. 5 and runs through Nov. 27 at the Brick City Center for the Arts, 23 SW Broadway St., Ocala. Opening reception will be held Nov. 5 at the Brick at 5 p.m.; savory bites and refreshing cocktails and mingling with fellow creatives. Visit mcaocala.org or call 369-1500 for details. 

Safe dining:Marion County restaurant inspections for Oct. 11-16: Who passed and who didn’t

Cheese curds, cod and frozen custard:Culver’s opens its Southwest Ocala location

Tik Tok:#deviouslicks challenge leads

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Digital Art Pictures By Rick Doble, Web Artist. Online Displays Of Inventive Images, Pc Graphics,

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1. a movement in painting concerned with results of light, especially the use of damaged shade in its full intensity with a minimum of shadow effects, applied particularly to many Impressionist and Pointillist artists. Not an artist? That is the straightforward answer. Artists are other folks. They do not dress or act or work like we do. They don’t seem to be required to go to meetings, they’re stuffed with themselves, they have tattoos, and they have talent.

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Changes to the Art Institute of Chicago’s docent program are sparking debate over racial equity and culture

A bicyclist stands in front of the entrance to the Art Institute of Chicago, staring at one of the statues of the famous Llons.

The Art Institute of Chicago is getting backlash for changing its docent program. Jonathan Daniel /Getty Images

  • The Art Institute of Chicago is getting backlash for changing its docent program.

  • Conservative critics say the change is giving into ‘woke’ culture and harming mostly white docents.

  • Yet museum studies experts say paying docents, as the museum plans to do, makes the field equitable.

The Art Institute of Chicago is getting backlash for what conservative critics are saying is giving into ‘woke’ culture. But changing its docent program could make museums more equitable for people of color.

At the heart of the controversy is its planned switch from a volunteer docent program to a “hybrid model that pairs paid educators and volunteers,” leading critics to accuse the institution of disenfranchising the mostly white volunteers who’ve been working at the museum for years.

Headlines like, “White volunteers at Art Institute are FIRED after

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