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4 Key Essentials of Building a Career in the Performing Arts

4 Key Essentials of Building a Career in the Performing Arts

Becoming a jazz musician, hip-hop dancer, or drama actor is one of the most cherished and pleasant childhood dreams. As people become adults, they start to realize the futility of their distant fantasies. But the simple truth is that everyone ...

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Collage Art: The Science Behind an Art Technique

Collage Art: The Science Behind an Art Technique

To create fine art, you do not necessarily need to imitate something or mold a form from scratch – you can also combine elements so that they build visual and conceptual completeness. This is how the term collage emerged, giving ...

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Breathtaking Overlanding Photography by Lawrence Leyderman

Breathtaking Overlanding Photography by Lawrence Leyderman

The power and glory of nature have been recognized at all times. Nothing can be compared to the beauty of real nature, but people have learned to imitate the charm and exquisite magic of the natural world with the help of ...

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Queer Art: 3 Salient Facts about the LGBTQ+ Art Movement

Queer Art: 3 Salient Facts about the LGBTQ+ Art Movement

How much do you know about queer art? With the end of the pride month, many corporations wrapped up waving rainbow flags that they use to desperately show how LGBTQ+ friendly they are. So-called rainbow capitalism is not new, while ...

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“Da Race on Wheels” Has Now Its Own NFT Artwork

“Da Race on Wheels” Has Now Its Own NFT Artwork

Recently, we have broken the news about the launch of a brand new art project called “Da Race on Wheels.” To remind you, the NYC-based art logistics company Fine Art Shippers teamed up with Mitchell Schorr, a remarkable figure in ...

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5 Identifying Characteristics of Renaissance Art

5 Identifying Characteristics of Renaissance Art

The Renaissance was one of the most influential periods in the history of European civilization. People’s all-consuming passion for exploration became the cornerstone for change in all areas of life. The period of “rebirth” is especially known for its high ...

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Field of Vision, a Unique Five-Person Exhibit at Peter Blum Gallery

Field of Vision, a Unique Five-Person Exhibit at Peter Blum Gallery

Artists have their own language. It is not made of words and sounds but rather of shapes, lines, and a sense of dynamic. The most amazing thing is that the key to understanding this language is never the same and ...

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5 Surprising Benefits of Art for Kids

5 Surprising Benefits of Art for Kids

It is no secret that children love art. Not only is it a great source of entertainment for them, but it is also a foolproof way to express creativity and show it to the world. Many people, however, have no ...

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