Category: Art & Film

Technological Artifact: Luke Schauble — Kristin Becker’s DTC Classes at WSU

Unlike other generations, the generation I grew up in has always had practical and affordable computers. Although they were not as fast as they are now, they did things in seconds, that took other generations minutes, to even hours. That instant gratification has caused problems for kids in my generation, but the positives of it, […] via Technological Artifact: Luke Schauble — Kristin Becker’s DTC … Read More Technological Artifact: Luke Schauble — Kristin Becker’s DTC Classes at WSU

#SixWivesNoHenry: Ann Foster Is Here to Make History Fun — Discover

Writer and historian Ann Foster takes us on in-depth Tudor time travels, picking apart convoluted family trees and 16th-century political intrigue with ease and wit. via #SixWivesNoHenry: Ann Foster Is Here to Make History Fun — Discover

Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge: Trains & Tracks — Our Other Blog: Two Sisters and Two Points of View

On Track Of course I have lots of pictures of trains, hundreds in fact, but most of them were taken when we used film cameras, some are even on slide film. I’ll try to find some on the computer that I haven’t shared before or at least not too often. I have again used Adobe […] via Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge: Trains & … Read More Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge: Trains & Tracks — Our Other Blog: Two Sisters and Two Points of View

Heretics, Plagues, and Forbidden Art — Discover

At Two By Tour, Yvette Benhamou and J. Endress explore the sites and streets of Cuenca, Ecuador. In their latest adventure, they wander the El Museo de Cultura Prohibido, a museum of sacrilege with dubious “artifacts,” see graffiti and street art, and explore a Belgian brewery in the Andes Mountains. via Heretics, Plagues, and Forbidden Art — Discover

A Quick Guide to Using Free High-Quality Photographs on Your Site — Discover

Access thousands of high-quality stock images, courtesy of Pexels, for use on your website. via A Quick Guide to Using Free High-Quality Photographs on Your Site — Discover

How Do Poets Choose A Collection Opener? — Chicago Review of Books

Sarah Blake asked four poets about the first poems in their collections. via How Do Poets Choose A Collection Opener? — Chicago Review of Books

All The Way YA — Discover

Seeking support, feedback, ideas, and tips for writing and publishing young adult books? Look no further than the community at All The Way YA, started by Jessica Kelley, an accountant by day and writer by night. via All The Way YA — Discover

5 Tools to Format Your Poems During National Poetry Month — Discover

Penning 30 poems over 30 days in April? Use these five tools in your editor to format your poetry. via 5 Tools to Format Your Poems During National Poetry Month — Discover

Quote the raven… — My Life In Pencils & Paint

Experimenting with different subject matter and mood. Sort of a movie poster for a movie that has not been made. via Quote the raven… — My Life In Pencils & Paint

Saturday Musings + Coffee – Basic Invite Stationery Review — L’ensemble du jour

A long time ago, back before I had my own laptop (and actually, probably before my family even had a home computer – just my mother’s work laptop that she would bring home on the weekends sometimes) I was really into writing. Okay, that was a lousy way of wording things – I’m still into […] via Saturday Musings + Coffee – Basic Invite Stationery … Read More Saturday Musings + Coffee – Basic Invite Stationery Review — L’ensemble du jour

Interview with Larry Achiampong — M.A.P.

Something Human: For History Lessons: Fluid Records you will present your audio-visual work Ph03nix Rising: The Mogya Project, which builds on your previous projects Meh Mogya and More Mogya where you explored your aural heritage and Ghana’s socio-political context. Considering your previous projects, how does this new adaptation further your enquiry into notions of class, […] via Interview with Larry Achiampong — M.A.P.

The Foreigner Review — Society Reviews

The Foreigner is a smart and entertaining foreign film that doesn’t feel all that foreign. The veteran acting of Chan and Brosnan carries the film’s dialogue, emotion, and action. I doubt this film will be successful enough to grant a sequel, but I wouldn’t mind seeing a part 2 if it came. via The Foreigner Review — Society Reviews

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