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Shahzia Sikander, The Scroll, 1989-90 The Scroll was the first time a BFA student made an experimental thesis of this nature at the National College of Arts, Lahore. Made of dry pigment, watercolor, and gouache on wasli paper, The Scroll won the Haji Sharif award, which is given to an individual for excellence in the miniature painting department. As Salima Hashmi wrote in 1992 of The Scroll, “The enfolding of the narrative, which began as a self-portrait and then proceeds to become a delicate blend of fact and fantasy is a real tour-de-force…She intelligently incorporates conventions from the Persian and Moghul and then defies them in her treatment of form and surface.” This painting was a breakthrough primarily because it challenged the existing requirements of the department to illustrate traditional rituals, and instead inserted the personal into the field. SHAHZIA SIKANDER SHAHZIA SIKANDER
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Photography Projects - wingyounghuie THE UNIVERSITY AVENUE PROJECT: A Six-Mile Photographic Inquiry St. Paul, Minnesota (2006 – 2010) For three years Huie photographed the dizzying diversity in the St. Paul neighborhoods connected by this major thoroughfare. Photography Projects - wingyounghuie
Workshops Workshops Xarene Escandar / Media Art Lecture: October 19 2012 Aaron Siegel / Data Art Workshop: September 26-28 2012 Lecture: September 26 2012 | see details | Carla Diana / Interactive Product Design Lecture: September 24 2012
About | Omar Vulpinari Introduction Omar Vulpinari is a transdisciplinary and crossmedia creative director and innovation lab leader dedicating to communication for social change, culture and business. He works for NGOs, private companies and public institutions globally. About | Omar Vulpinari
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The beginning stages of a new web project can often be daunting, especially if there are areas of uncertainty that lie ahead. Believe it or not, this a blessing in disguise! Obstacles in the way of achieving your end result challenge you to be better at what you do. Let’s face it, our jobs would be boring if they were easy! I’m going to show you how to deal with venturing into uncharted territory. Finding Inspiration When Starting a New Web Project (Your first steps into uncharted territory) Finding Inspiration When Starting a New Web Project (Your first steps into uncharted territory)
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Please note; all entries regarding LOST ANGELES are now on this page. Hello again. I've not 'up-dated' this sorry excuse for a blog for some time, as the more analogue facets of my existence have become quite pressing. One of these is that I'm making a new book; not Household Worms, as that is a relatively new book. Although you are, dear reader, invited to dally in the salubrious environs of the Notting Hill branch of Waterstone's bookshop on the evening of the 22nd March, as I may have mentioned before. No, this is a truly new book, in that it doesn't yet exist. N O N E W S I S G O O D N E W S N O N E W S I S G O O D N E W S
New Media Scotland New Media Scotland Friday 18th April 2014, 7 for 7.30pm.Informatics Forum, 10 Crichton Street, Edinburgh EH8 9AB Jean-François Laporte has been active on the contemporary art scene since the middle of the 1990s. He pursues an hybrid approach integrating sonic arts, musical composition, performance, interpretation, installation and digital art. He develops and builds his own musical instruments that he integrates into his performances. He will share the stage with Edinburgh-based composer Jess Aslan and clarinettist Pete Furniss. Dialogues blesses Edinburgh's music scene with performances by experimental musicians from Scotland, the UK and abroad.
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One more view of a collection before I share my annual trends post on Monday. Another designer on my to-check list? Jenny Packham. Out of all the wedding gown designers, Jenny stands out in my mind as the only designer who has a signature style. Remember Kate Middleton’s pink/gold skimming dress that she wore to a fundraiser event? Jenny Packham 2012 Fall - Vintage Chic | Wedding Obsession - Canadian Blog Jenny Packham 2012 Fall - Vintage Chic | Wedding Obsession - Canadian Blog
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