Everyday Objects

Artist Joshua Cruz on STOMP National Tour

STOMP’s punchy beats and electrifying performers have amazed audiences for 30 years, and the stage phenomenon is currently making its way across the United States on a nationwide tour! Mix dance and performance with music created using everyday objects, such as mdustbins, brooms, dustbins, Zippo lighters and more, STOMP is …

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NFT – The New Investment Trend – Greek City Times

Market revenue jumped to $ 22 billion in 2021 from $ 100 million in 2020 The global non-fungible token market has reached $ 22 billion in just one year, as the new investment craze has converted NFTs – certificates (in electronic form) proving the authenticity of digital objects – into …

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How a real NASA patch anchors Netflix’s ‘Don’t Look Up’ in reality

23 December 2021 – “Speaking of your office, the Planetary Defense Coordination Office, you have the patch there. In fact, I was observing a little Latin phrase at the bottom, what does that mean?” “‘Hic Servare Diem’, which means ‘Here to save the day.'” This exchange, between a NASA commentator …

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Introducing a refreshed Beyond The Vines in Manila

First introduced in the Philippines in 2019, Beyond The Vines is a contemporary Singaporean brand founded on the belief that good design should be accessible to everyone. After consolidating its position at the forefront of women’s fashion, Beyond The Vines has now changed its name and become a design studio. …

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World-renowned mixed media artist visits EHS again

When Israeli artist Hanoch Piven visited Epstein Hillel School, the K-8 Jewish day school north of Boston, for the first time in 2017, school principal Amy Gold was unsure of what to expect. . Despite the uncertainty, his workshop was a huge success that students and community members praised for …

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A house after its first inhabitants | Art & Culture

11 Route of the Temples, A strange and sublime address, is neither Bernarda Alba’s house or A home for Mr. Biswas. Like the latter, however, the colonial mansion built in 1928 in the heart of Lahore symbolized class status and financial standing. This brick and mortar, plaster and stucco house …

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Best Friday five posts of 2021

Rudabeh Pakravan is an architect, educator and founding partner of the architectural firm Sidell Pakravan Architects. She is interested in how architecture shapes everyday experiences, how people and buildings influence each other, and how architecture is a physical exploration of space and a social engagement practice. Rudabeh shared his love …

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Player goes viral by recharging household items in first person first person

Reload: Video game companies put a tremendous amount of effort into making sure that gun reloading is perfect. Some animations are fast, some a bit longer, and some a lot longer. Regardless of load time or precision, reloading in games conveys both a sense of urgency and an attitude of …

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Identiv partners with TrueGreen to accelerate RFID technology

FREMONT, Calif., December 13, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Identiv, Inc. (NASDAQ: INVE), a global leader in digital security and identification in the Internet of Things (IoT), today announced a strategic partnership with TrueGreen to digitize cannabis products and smart packaging with identification radio frequency (RFID) and near field communication (NFC) …

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Austria: Vienna museum exhibition tackles delicate issues of Nazi memorabilia | News | DW

An exhibition opened in Vienna on Sunday will showcase everyday Nazi-era artefacts found by Austrians in the aftermath of World War II. Based on the theme “What to do with the vestiges of National Socialism? the exhibition titled “Hitler: from the cellar to the museum” opens at the House of …

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