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Animation projects on Behance. Arte y Redes: Agentes y Contenidos. Social Networking for Gallerists and Art Professionals. Social Networking for Gallerists and Art Professionals Lecturer: James Michael Shaeffer, Jr.

Social Networking for Gallerists and Art Professionals

Duration: From April 22nd to May 13th, 2014 Application deadline: April 16th, 2014 This course examines the practical and successful strategies of social networking for professionals in the art world. Artists, curators and gallerists in the past decade have introduced social networking as a necessary tool for increasing global visibility as well as for community outreach. Participants in the course will learn successful strategies on maintaining an online platform, as well as how to boost public interest and which content can bring in the best audiences.

Art. Contemporary Art Magazine. Todos los museos en tu móvil. En esta “industrialización digital”que estamos viviendo hoy en día, los museos tienen mucho que decir (y aportar).

Todos los museos en tu móvil

Actualmente, por ejemplo en el Reino Unido, un 58% de la población posee un Smartphone y casi un 19% una tableta. Teniendo en cuenta estas cifras, muy similares a las de nuestro país, las instituciones culturales deberían plantearse adaptar sus webs y actividades a este tipo de dispositivos, sobre todo si sabemos que prácticamente ningún propietario de estos teléfonos sale de casa sin él.

Si gracias a estos dispositivos podemos visitar y compartir al momento una exposición o un museo, y que la iniciativa de ese museo llegue automáticamente a más público…¿Por qué no fomentarlo? Parece que los museos de Londres ven un gran aliado en los smartphones de los visitantes. Redes sociales para artistas. Dribbble: es sin duda alguna una de las redes sociales referentes del arte.

redes sociales para artistas

Una web con una estética muy cuidada y muy buen material, un excelentre proyecto donde los diseñadores se sienten como en casa. Kompoz: es un espacio de colaboración online para músicos. Es una comunidad virtual donde personas de todo el mundo, colaboran en la creación de composiciones musicales. Falsaria: Falsaria es una plataforma para dar a conocer autores noveles, promocionar obras y aspirar a ser publicado en las versiones impresas de la Revista Falsaria.

Olemiarte: A esta red social para artistas le tengo un cariño especial, porque fuí parte del equipo de desarrollo y promoción del proyecto y es una red social para artistas llevada con mucho cariño, entre los artistas y usuarios se encuentran pintores, escultores, fotógrafos… una comunidad con un gran nivel y dispuesta a colaborar y compartir. Medialab-Prado Madrid. Art. Arte Madrid. Lessons. Curatorial Competence: How The Internet is Changing The Way Fine Art is Bought and Sold. A collection of prints from 20×200.

Curatorial Competence: How The Internet is Changing The Way Fine Art is Bought and Sold

Photo: Courtesy of 20×200 Five years ago yesterday, Jen Bekman founded 20×200 on the belief that everyone should be able to collect art, and that the internet could help them do so. While neither the oldest nor the biggest place to buy prints online (art.com has been peddling prints for over a decade), her curated site, along with several other upstarts, represent a rapidly changing attitude and approach towards how art is marketed, bought and sold, a domain that Bekman says has lagged behind in its adoption of online retailing. “Art as a business category remains one of the few industries that has largely been undisrupted by technology,” says Bekman. “Now, a lot more people are comfortable both collecting art in general and also collecting art online, because of what we’ve done over the last several years.” But 20×200 is far from alone. Jean Michel Othoniel. ARTIVISMO+ARTE+ARTISTAS+ESPACIOS. AICA USA. Super Fast Spray Paint Artist.

Painting aids. No, they¿re not photographs: Astonishing acrylic paintings which are so detailed they look like they were taken on a camera. By Damien Gayle Published: 11:28 GMT, 9 June 2012 | Updated: 14:56 GMT, 9 June 2012 With their spectacular use of focus and reflected light, these incredible artworks look like carefully composed still-life photographs.

No, they¿re not photographs: Astonishing acrylic paintings which are so detailed they look like they were taken on a camera

But in fact they are all painstakingly rendered on canvas with acrylic paints by Canadian artist Jason de Graaf. The hyperrealistic paintings, which almost appear as if they are computer generated, are like freeze frames of a world more magical than our own - inspiring the term Magic Realism as a description. Monumenta 2012 Daniel Buren. Z.L. Feng International Award Winning Artist - Landscape. Contents. De V.

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Viñas et R. Viñas Les techniques traditionnelles de restauration: une étude RAMP/établie par Vicente Viñas et Ruth Viñas /pour le/ Programme général d'information et UNISIST - Paris: UNESCO, 1992. iv, 82 pages; 30 cm (PGI-88/WS/17). I. La Reliure. Relma (Paris) Lightning in a Bottle. Ertdfgcvb. Share Spotify Playlists at ShareMyPlaylists.com. Repeated diverted occupied cut pasted fragile developed pushed played tried tested coloured in cut up glued looped meticulous rushed traditional stuck traced layered linked sounds sight 3d 2d ephemeral architectural sculptural models micro massive broken. Digital Detritus Dover 2011 Digital Detritus Dover is part of an on-going series of digital installations situated in Google Earth.

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DDD was created by building 3d digital models and locating and animating them in Google Earth using KML code. The soundtrack was created using a well known song about the white cliffs of Dover. Digital Detritus Dover was created specifically for the LIVELIVEProject and Dover. The LIVELIVE Project is a digital arts periodical and community engagement programme created by Mark John Smith forming part of the UK’s prestigious Cultural Olympiad. Legends of Electronic Music: Tod Dockstader. Tod Dockstader works in the studio in the early 1960s.

Legends of Electronic Music: Tod Dockstader

Photo: Courtesy Tom Steenland/Starkland Wired’s new series Legends of Electronic Music explores the history of electronic music through in-depth interviews with some of the field’s pioneers. The series kicks off with a rare interview with trailblazing American electronic composer Tod Dockstader. ARLINGTON, Massachusetts — In the 1940s, before magnetic tape was widely available in the United States, electronic music pioneer Tod Dockstader made low-fi recordings on steel wire. “I loved the idea of the wire singing,” Dockstader said in a recent interview with Wired. “You had to tie the wire, which was very fine, in a perfect square knot,” he explained.

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