Sydney Opera House, music festivals featuring stories of the Ballarat Indigenous family – 71Bait

Gordon’s wife and Wadawurrung eldest aunt Marlene Gilson began painting in her late 60’s and within a year she was an exhibiting artist. Ms Gilson had asked her children to keep her occupied while she was unwell, so her son Barry gifted her a wooden train set to paint for her grandchildren, while her daughter … Read more

Made-in-Japan manga goes global with Webtoon, Deadpool – 71Bait

TOKYO — Deadpool, meet All Might. Perhaps nothing highlights how the world of manga, Japanese-born comics, and animation has improved globally than the coming together of superheroes, Americans, and Japanese. In Deadpool: Samurai, Marvel’s Deadpool receives help in his battle against evil from All Might, the muscular hero of My Hero Academia, a hit Japanese … Read more

Academic Opportunities in UniSA Creative, Level B/C Job with UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA – 71Bait

Located in UniSA Creative on Campus City West 3x full-time posts at level B and 1x full-time posts at level C Competitive compensation packages available including 17% retirement savings UniSA creative UniSA Creative, which comprises the South Australian School of Art, brings together the disciplines of architecture, planning, art and design, … Read more

Why Campbell Soup hated Andy Warhol’s soup can pictures and then embraced them – 71Bait

Shortly thereafter, the company sent a lawyer over. Thus began a decades-long love-hate relationship between the artist and the company. It began with immense skepticism, but Campbell eventually took a liking to the artworks and even sponsored a Warhol exhibition at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Campbell’s later partnership with the Warhol estate heralded the … Read more

Virtual learning apps track and share children’s data and online activities with advertisers, the report said – 71Bait

Human Rights Watch, an international advocacy group, this week released the findings of a survey conducted from March 2021 to August 2021 that examined education services, including online learning tools, used by students around the world as school districts transitioned to distance learning . Of the 164 products reviewed in 49 countries, Human Rights Watch … Read more

Hong Kong’s youngest NFT artist Arthus Ng shares his digital illustrations and the online future of art – YP – 71Bait

“Siri, go to OpenSea,” said Arthus Ng Lai-yin, Hong Kong’s youngest non-fungible token (NFT) art creator, as he used his iPad’s virtual assistant to launch the digital platform where his work was showcased. “I like NFTs because I can share my art with other parts of the world,” said the eight-year-old, whose debut collection includes … Read more

Harvey Dinnerstein, realist artist who designed boycott, dies aged 94 – 71Bait

Harvey Dinnerstein, a realist artist who documented the Montgomery bus boycott in drawings that captured the dignity and determination of civil rights activists, and who later channeled the rhythms of his native New York into large-scale paintings of street festivals, subway scenes, and ordinary people’s work , died on June 21 in a Brooklyn hospital. … Read more