Day: June 16, 2022

What does it mean to love nature when many of us doubt that it still exists? – We Make Money Not Art

What does it mean to be an ecophile, a true lover of nature in an age when most of us struggle to even recognise nature? When landscapes are artificialised, when the distinction between natural and man-made catastrophes is increasingly blurred and when biotechnology designs living species to satisfy our capitalistic and aesthetic whims? How pristine does nature have to be in order to gain our respect? Does nature even exist?

The three Ecophilia exhibitions of the ongoing Meta.Morf 2022 biennale for art and technology in Trondheim present artists who critically investigate the surprising manifestations that our ecophilia -our deep desire to connect with nature- can take. Women giving birth to endangered mammals; an alphabet for birdsong acting as a bridge between human and bird languages; an extinct bird coming back to Earth; an installation comparing the reactions of humans and plants to live music; a restaurant that used the

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Classical Around Town at the Leimert Park Juneteenth Celebration

Classical All over City at the Leimert Park Juneteenth Celebration


Tue, 06/14/2022 – 13:58

Take pleasure in a dynamic live performance featuring a string quartet of primary BIPOC musicians executing relatives-pleasant tunes. This is a pleasurable, casual, and personal presentation geared toward people and these who enjoy and want to understand more about classical music. The concert will kick off with a tribute to the legendary jazz and blues artist Barbara Morrison.

Leimert Park | 4331 Degnan Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90008

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Leimert Park | 4331 Degnan Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90008

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Photos courtesy of Chris Woods, Stephanie Matthews, Laurann Angel, and Adrienne Woods
Sat, 06/18/2022 – 13:30
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A Cultural Centre for Queensland: The proposals

Since the Queensland Art Gallery opened at South Bank on 21 June 1982, the Cultural Centre has evolved into the arts and culture centrepiece of Queensland. The Queensland Art Gallery celebrates 40 years at South Bank in 2022, and together with the Cultural Centre, are architecturally significant and demonstrate the evolution of modern landscape architecture in the State. Here we look into the many proposals to get to where we are today.

Throughout the late 19th century and the first half of the 20th century, the major Queensland cultural institutions most recently were accommodated in a range of facilities throughout Brisbane: the Queensland Museum and the Queensland Art Gallery (1930-1975) in the Exhibition Building on Gregory Terrace (illustrated), followed by the MIM Building (1975-1982), the State Library in William Street, while performing arts companies utilised a variety of venues including the Concert Hall in the Exhibition Building, Her Majesty’s Theatre,

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Misia-O’: The Spirit of Lee Miller

Misia-O’ “The Spirit of Lee Miller”
4th to 31st July, 2022
Belle Beau Gallery
14 rue de Grille
13200 Arles, France

Photographer Misia-O’ will unveil 4 big format pictures inspired by Lee Miller in Arles in an exhibition titled ‘The Spirit of Lee Miller’, which will also feature a bespoke fragrance impressed by the explosive magnificence of Miller, a minimal edition artwork e book and an NFT. At ‘The Spirit of Lee Miller’ vernissage at Belle Beau Gallery on Wednesday 6th of July, there will be an ‘In Conversation’ between Misia-O’ and Ami Bouhassane, Lee Miller’s granddaughter and Co-director of Farleys House & Gallery Ltd, the corporation that manages the Lee Miller Archives.

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Éclosion The spirit of Lee Miller exhibition by Misia O’ ©2022

‘The Spirit of Lee Miller’ by Misia-O’ is a new exhibition that includes a capsule portrait
photography sequence. ‘The Spirit of Lee

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