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Virtual Exhibition: Burn Baby Burn!

TONDI’s first virtual exhibition Burn Baby Burn will take you into the work of Mark Bradford and Noah Purifoy who were each given large scale retrospectives at the Hammer and LACMA this summer.   101 more words


Surfing to be free in Gaza

Photograph: courtesy of Mahmoud ‘Moody’ Al-Riyashi

On the morning of 26 March a young surfer named Ibrahim Arafat left the Gaza Strip via the Erez Crossing and entered Israel. 2,703 more words


31st August - Art and Culture, Globalization theories, India and the World

Today was semi-productive, not entirely happy and not entirely sad about it. Revision of what was done today:

1. Today’s News

Smart Cities as usual is in the news. 1,404 more words

How I Came to Know the Best Female Bullfighter in the World

Rhonda Buckley is a storyteller from Newfoundland—she also happens to be an award-winning filmmaker. I first met Rhonda in Merida’s leafy Hidalgo Square, where I often escape to sip a glass of wine and watch the world go by.

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A Poetic Wanderer

Studies in England with a Master weaver, Theological studies at Trinity College, Bristol, a sojourn at the Banff Center, an exchange term in Italy (Medieval art) and, not least, a boring BFA from Calgary, Alberta are the precursors for my residency at the Vancouver Island College of Art.

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The Space Between

Girls Who AFRO PUNK: African Tribal & Modern Retro Inspiration

Who’s ready for AFRO PUNK this weekend– the time of year where all the #CAREFREEBLACKKIDS get dressed up in their best street wear to go stroll through the streets of Brooklyn celebrating their love for urban culture, alternative music and all things openminded & unconventional. 61 more words