How Museums are Adapting to Survive

The COVID-19 pandemic has had huge impacts on businesses everywhere. One industry that has been greatly impacted are museums. How does a business model based on visitors survive when there is a global pandemic? Museums are being forced to adapt in order to survive. Here are a few of the ways in which they areContinue reading “How Museums are Adapting to Survive”

Sponsorships in the Sports Industry

Sponsorships and sports go hand in hand. We see it all the time in the professional ranks. Big businesses slapping their name across a stadium, getting a decal around the field or court, and more. If you are unfamiliar with the concept or purpose of these sponsorships, there is a lot of cohesion between theContinue reading “Sponsorships in the Sports Industry”

How to Get Involved as a Youth Sports Coach

Youth sports can create a foundation for kids that they take with them throughout the various stages of their lives. It can create a sense of community, increase confidence, and ensure proper physical fitness as well. As a parent, getting involved is something that many hope to do. But how can you get involved asContinue reading “How to Get Involved as a Youth Sports Coach”

How to Build an Artist’s Portfolio

Being an artist means creating works all the time. But those works should not be totally random, especially if you plan to follow that artistic path to something more professional. That means creating a portfolio. While that is well and good in theory, you must first know how to create a portfolio. What is anContinue reading “How to Build an Artist’s Portfolio”

Greatest Moments in Soccer History

One of the most popular sports in the world, there are a lot of historical moments that soccer brings to the table. Depending on where you live or how seriously you take the sport, some of these you may be familiar with. Whatever your level of knowledge may be with the sport, here are someContinue reading “Greatest Moments in Soccer History”

The Importance of Art Education

There is some misconception that art is as simple as grabbing a brush or a pencil and seeing where your imagination takes you. And while that is certainly part of the equation, there is a lot more to it. Education is important when it comes to art. It has the potential to create more well-roundedContinue reading “The Importance of Art Education”

AO Online: “On Waves” at Gallerie Kleindienst’s Online Viewing Room

Kevin Dudley, Think Positive Thoughts (2021) Post Sponsored in Collaboration with Silvershed, Walter’s Cube and Gallerie Kleindienst Over the course of the last two years of pandemic-driven isolation, few trends have been made more readily apparent than the current capabilities and implications of widely accessible commercial technology in augmented and virtual reality, metaverse narratives, and the capacity for interconnectivityContinue reading “AO Online: “On Waves” at Gallerie Kleindienst’s Online Viewing Room”

New York – Shahryar Nashat: “Hounds of Love” at Gladstone Through April 23rd, 2022

Shahryar Nashat, Hounds of Love (Installation View), via Gladstone Gladstone Gallery presents an enigmatic and engaging body of new work by artist Shahryar Nashat this month at its Chelsea exhibition space this month, a selection of works that meditate on the body, space and perception in the realm of the digital. Shahryar Nashat, Hounds of Love (Installation View), via Gladstone ShahryarContinue reading “New York – Shahryar Nashat: “Hounds of Love” at Gladstone Through April 23rd, 2022”

London – “Repeater” at Sadie Coles HQ Through March 26th, 2022

Repeater (Installation View), via Sadie Coles HQ On view this month in London, Sadie Coles HQ presents REPEATER, a show that makes the most of a reflection on repetition and difference, the act of continued movement, duplication, and continuation over a range of approaches and media. Encompassing a wide range of artists, the show examines ideas of sequence,Continue reading “London – “Repeater” at Sadie Coles HQ Through March 26th, 2022”

New York – Taboo!: “Cityscapes” at Karma and Gordon Robichaux Through April 16th, 2022

Taboo!, View From My E. 5th St Studio 5th Floor Walkup (2021), via Karma On view at Karma this month, the gallery presents Citysapes, a show organized in collaboration with Gordon Robichaux around the work of New York artist Taboo!. Spread across both galleries, the exhibition reflects on the artist’s ongoing landscape work, painting a range of cityscapes that document NewContinue reading “New York – Taboo!: “Cityscapes” at Karma and Gordon Robichaux Through April 16th, 2022”

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