Studio Craft

Interview with King Perryy: “Citizen of the World”

Photo credit: Walter Banks This article has already been published on Audiomack World. King Perryy is a singer by conviction. The mastermind behind the beloved songs “Man on Duty” and “Work ‘N’ Grind” isn’t there to just score hits. He is there to deliver a message as a citizen of …

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Frankie Alduino’s Vertical Village – The Brooklyn Rail

Vertical villagePhotographs by Frankie Alduino, designed by Eli Showalter, with an introduction by Dr. Miriam S. Chaiken(Self-published, 2020) When Westbeth Artists Housing opened in 1970, it was a radical model of community life in a city that was increasingly unaffordable for most artists. Westbeth was (and is) a lifeline for …

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The glass temple above an industrial labyrinth • The Nob Hill Gazette

Illustration by Paul Madonna For at least 30 years old, anyone driving south through town on Highway 101 almost certainly noticed. Atop a dark hill to the east, near the maze of freeways south of Bernal Heights, stands a large, bizarre scaffolding adorned with colorful stained-glass panels above the word …

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Kidscreen »Archive» Andrea Love’s wooly worlds are warming hearts

Since she works out of a tiny full-service studio in the basement of her remote western Washington home, stop-motion animator Andrea Love is accustomed to working long hours, mostly alone. But her solitary production life is about to become a lot more collaborative. Commercial / prodco collective Hornet recently discovered …

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Miki Gavrielov teams up with Australian rocker for English song

At first glance, you wouldn’t quite put Miki Gavrielov in the same area of ​​the music industry as David Lowy. For starters, the latter is the 66-year-old founder and lead guitarist of The Dead Daisies, an Australian-American heavy rock band used to playing in stadiums and other big venues around …

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UNEMORI ARCHITECTS on the construction of the Sukagawa community center after the earthquake in Japan

UNEMORI ARCHITECTS completed the “ sukagawa community center ” in Fukushima, a 13,698 m2 (147,444 sq. Ft.) Multi-purpose building complex housing a library, museum, conference hall, childcare assistance, as well as a cafe, among others. the project was developed as part of a municipal reconstruction project to revitalize the city …

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Green Life Festival & Market June 5 at Annmarie Garden | thebaynet.com | TheBayNet.com

SOLOMONS, Md. – The Green Life Festival & Market, Southern Maryland’s premier sustainability event, will be held on Saturday June 5 from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. at the Annmarie Sculpture Garden & Arts Center (13470 Dowell Road, Solomons, MD). Organized by the Calvert County Citizens Green Team, the free …

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Artists in action: Tim Carless

Courtesy of The ArtsCenter, an interview with Tim Carless by Neha Nataraju The ArtsCenter is proud to partner with Tim Carless to bring you live entertainment every month! Its next upcoming event with The ArtsCenter, on June 12, will feature an original improvised score for a classic silent film. RSVP …

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