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Technology for museums

Virtual reality has arrived at the Franklin Institute, and it will blow your mind

Barbara Maxwell, 79, leaning on a cane and wearing a cutting-edge HTC Vive virtual reality headset, stared with rapt attention in the general direction of a blank wall. 92 more words

Virtual Reality

Saga seeds take the stage at Indian Heritage Centre

(Source: www.straitstimes.com)

For more than 20 years, Singaporean artist Kumari Nahappan collected red saga seeds.

The 63-year-old says she is obsessed with the little kernels from the Adenanthera pavonina tree, with which she taught herself to count as a child. 667 more words

Current Affairs

Abstraction in Three Mediums (25 Oct - 6 Nov 2016)

‘Abstraction in Three Mediums’ will explore the boundaries of abstract painting in various artistic practices—stretching the limits of the medium of painting, challenging its conditions and working methods. 261 more words


A Meaningful Journey in Textile Art – Guest Blogger - Wendy Mackinnon

Autumn Exhibition – Blog #8  – Level 3 Advanced Studies in Experimental Stitch – Asters

I always have a sense of satisfaction at the end of a 2 year program when I pause to reflect on all the wonderful work we have all achieved.  280 more words


Ink Drawing 'Girl Holding A Flute'

Drawing titled ‘Girl Holding A Flute’ by Michel Montecrossa

Description: ’Girl Holding A Flute’, Mirapuri, 2014, ink on paper, 42 x 29,7 cm

Michel Montecrossa Homepage:  128 more words

Opening, Friday 4 November, 2016: Dare I Do...

OPENING Friday, 4 November, 2016: Dare I Do – a visual elixir – pop-up Art Show… This show introduces Houston-based interdisciplinary Artist, Robert Hodge with New Artworks by Edyta Pachowicz & Bryan Lee Tilford. 70 more words

Own Research 3 - Edward Burtynsky @ Flowers Gallery 2016

Back in 2012 I went to see Burtynsky’s Oil Exhibition and wrote a review about his work on my blog, note the opening line said : 1,268 more words