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We are working on our Science Topic, but Jale will talk about the History of Sculpture and her favorite subject "Statuary Ass"
We will present some positive news and enjoy some music together.
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We'll explore with Shelley Sacks how socially engaged artistic processes can help individuals and communities find new ways new ways of engaging with the world to create a more sustainable future. Plus, we'll find out more about two of her key projects -- University of the Trees, and Exchange Values.
Shelley will lead a three-day "University of the Trees: U.S. Summer Institute 2014" from August 1 to 3, 2014, at the Jane Goodall Center at Western Connecticut State University in Danbury, Connecticut, USA. This is the first intensive training on University of the Trees to be held in the U.S., building on similar trainings Shelley has done in England, Germany and South Africa. Space is limited to a small cohort of co-learners.
Shelley Sacks works internationally in connective practices and social sculpture, exploring the relationship between imagination and transformation, the individual and community, and rethinking responsibility as an ability-to-respond. She leads a master’s and doctoral program in social sculpture at Oxford Brookes University, where she is Professor of Social Sculpture and Interdisciplinary Arts, and Director of the Social Sculpture Research Unit. She is the co-author of the recently released Atlas of the Poetic Continent: Pathways to Ecological Citizenship.
Veteran Entertainment Reporter and Actor Nicholas Snow speaks with Steve Pougnet, openly-gay mayor of Palm Springs, about the succcess of the Palm Springs International Film Festival, Palm Springs as a globally-celebrated destination, and the wildly-popular 26 feet tall "Forever Marilyn" sculpture.
This episode of SnowbizNow is presented by POWER UP in support of their latest feature film written by Angela Robinson (True Blood Co-Executive Producer), GIRL TRASH: All Night Long, based upon the very popular web series from Showtime.
Follow Nicholas Snow on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and at SnowbizNow.com, and discover his riveting new living-powerfully-with-HIV memoir, Life Positive: A Journey to the Center of My Heart, at LifePostiveBook.com.
in Self Help
Matthew Lesko of http://leskofreeradio.com/ interviews Eric Winston of http://32square.com/ about his Boneyard Pets. It is a colorful 3D dinosaur puzzle that can be a perfect centerpiece for your living room, as it is also a quality toy puzzle that you can play with your kids.
Kickstarter Link: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/...
My guest this Thursday, July 26th at 3 p.m. PDT on MetalSmith BenchTalk is David LaPlantz (aka D. D. Deco), an active, producing jeweler and metalsmith. He flirts back and forth between jewelry and social commentary sculpture.
About: David LaPlantz is included in Who’s Who in American Art and Who’s Who in the West and was named Humboldt State University’s “Outstanding Professor” in 1981. He received a Fulbright Grant in 1985 to travel throughout New Zealand to conduct master jewelry workshops, and received the Humboldt State University “Scholar of the Year” Award in 1994.
From 1967 through 2002, LaPlantz led an energetic dual life as both a full time jewelry and metalsmithing teacher and full time studio artist. Balancing his precious time between the two, he carved out a career comprised of imparting knowledge and creating art jewelry and sculpture, while trying to retain his sanity. LaPlantz is currently a full time studio artist living on the high desert of Santa Fe, New Mexico.
LaPlantz has always been an active, productive jeweler and metalsmith. His most recent jewelry involves the use of Vegetable Ivory (tagua nut) and /or industrially painted aluminum, which he engraves, stacks and cold connects together. LaPlantz’s sculptural pieces visually explore more political and philosophical topics such as blacklisting in the entertainment industry, payola scandals in the music industry and in radio, along with the “spoken word” as demonstrated in his ‘Art Microphones.’
For more information, visit http://laplantzstudios.com/.
According to boxing legend George Forman, “I get up in the morning looking for an adventure.” The same can be said about Calvin Schwartz. These days Cal divides his time between more activities than most of us -- Senior Writer NJ -The Shore Thing, novelist (Vichy Water), blogger, music journalist, biographer, and explorer of all things New Jersey. This Rutgers grad and former pharmacist has finally found his niche in journalism, and he’s using his writing skills and quest for knowledge to embark on a series of grand adventures. Just check out Cal on Facebook, and you’ll be apprised of his daily adventures. One day he’s at Grounds for Sculpture admiring Marilyn Monroe’s long legs, another day he’s hanging out with Comedian Mike Marino and Rock and Roll Hall of Famer Vini Lopez at Warlock Drums. He recently had the honor of interviewing Princess Elettra Marconi Giovannelli, daughter the inventor of radio. To say Cal’s interests and pursuits are varied, is an understatement. This adventurer has auditioned for The Apprentice at age 60, examined paranormal activities, met more NJ musicians than most, advocated for the homeless, and has cultivated a strong spiritual side. But there is one Asbury Park experience Cal hasn’t had, and he’s going to share that with me this weekend. Curious? Thought so! Somehow with all this, Cal is developing a new web site which will be “the embodiment of what he’s done for the past 30 years.” After the interview, check out After Hours at Jersey Coastal Live for more info.
Aurora, visionary artist and Galactic walk-in, describes the vibratory language that is the common form of communication in the higher dimensional realms. Expressed as art, sculpture, animation, and music, this is undistorted energy as it flows in the universe.
To learn more, please enroll at www.flyingrainbowlasagne.com/online-course.html
Spending hours devoted to your career may satisfy you, but you must learn to relax as well. Time-intensive activities -- furniture building, sculpture, long-distance running -- calm you.
December 22 - January 19
Your element: Earth
Your ruling planets: Saturn
Symbol: The Goat
Your stone: Garnet
So, I read Lyla's blog from a few weeks back concerning the new Xmen: Days of Future Past, where she asks ...
"I am wondering why more people aren’t asking – why is Mystique completely naked? Also – doesn’t it seem sexist that Mystique is naked?"
... there's more to it than this, go read it, seriously. While you're there, check out here art! She's been doing some amazing scuplts for Disney! Warren is also an accomplished illustrator, character designer and animator. She knows her stuff. Plus, obviously, artist = geek ... and so we shall.
But yeah, it's a legit question, so ... what are your thoughts, folks? Call in and share!
She's a woman. She's an artist who works in multiple media. She's
African American. And she's on MyNDTALK, today on Wednesday's Woman.
You'll be fascinated by the life of Renee Stout - and her travels
through the world of art.
George J. Haas
George Haas is member of the Society of Planetary SETI Research and the founder of The Cydonia Institute (EST1991). His research encompasses over 20 years of study and analysis of NASA and ESA photographs of the surface of Mars. Beginning with the Face on Mars, he began documenting a set of unprecedented parallels between aesthetically designed structures on the red planet with the art and iconography of Mesoamerican cultures. His early schooling was in the visual arts, which included painting, sculpture and photography. He is a sculptor, art instructor, writer, curator, and the former director of the Sculptors’ Association of New Jersey During the 1980s I exhibited extensively throughout the New Jersey and New York area and was represented by the Grace Harkin Gallery in New York’s East Village and had a one man show at the OK Harris Gallery of Art in Soho in 1989. In his provocative book, The Cydonia Codex authors George J. Haas and William R. Saunders use archaeological research discoveries and photographs from NASA and other space programs to document the uncanny similarities between Martian and now-extinct Earth cultures. The Martian Codex begins with a review of the thirty-year history of documenting the famous “Face on Mars” landform. Contact George Haas at: SPSR: http://spsr.utsi.edu/ STAIF: http://www.staif2.org/
Creating Great Community Through Art Activism
Creating community through art is a topic that we have explored in the past and are returning to it tonight. What has the social media contributed to community building? What about other means of creating community amongst artists as well as the greater community outside? What are your successes and how do you create community in your community? Why do more than just your art? As painters, sculptors and creatives how do we help make connections in our communities?
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