Archive for October, 2018

The Banksy Shredder Comes To Greeting Cards

“Hello from Banksy!” is a postcard that you need to shred to read. Created for the Rijksmuseum in the Netherlands, and designed by the Belarusian graphic designer Lesha Limonov, it looks like a miniature, framed piece of art. But pull at a tab on the bottom, and the precut postcard comes out in shreds.

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Fort Worth Gets a New Pampering Palace: Obsessed With Texas, Hiatus Spa Just Keeps Growing

Fort Worth is joining the pampering party. Hiatus Spa & Retreat, the luxe Texas day spa with five other locations, has revealed plans to open a new Fort Worth spa this spring. The new Fort Worth location, at Crockett Row, will join the other Hiatus spas in Dallas, Austin, Plano, San Antonio and Houston. Designed … Continued

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Fort Worth Gets a New Pampering Palace: Obsessed With Texas, Hiatus Spa Just Keeps Growing

Fort Worth is joining the pampering party. Hiatus Spa & Retreat, the luxe Texas day spa with five other locations, has revealed plans to open a new Fort Worth spa this spring. The new Fort Worth location, at Crockett Row, will join the other Hiatus spas in Dallas, Austin, Plano, San Antonio and Houston. Designed … Continued

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The Serious Consequences Of A No-Deal Brexit On UK Arts

There are approximately 131,000 EU nationals working in the arts in the UK, making up 7% of the total workforce. These individuals range from stage technicians to gaming software developers. Freelance and self-employed workers make up 35% of the sector and 33% of EU workers.

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Tuesday Smillie at Rose Art Museum, Waltham, Massachusetts

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Watch For It: The Dead Musician Hologram Tours Are Coming

How “full-on” is a “live experience” that requires the deployment of what has been described as “a military-grade laser” to create the illusion that a performer who died in 1988 is walking the stage again? And doesn’t a “hologram tour” by a dead rock ’n’ roller run completely counter to the point of live music in the first place?

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Met Museum Plans After It Leaves The Breuer Building?

Aside from cost-cutting, the museum has cast the decision to leave the Breuer as an opportunity to expand Modern and contemporary programming in its monumental Fifth Avenue home ahead of the David Chipperfield-designed expansion of the Modern and contemporary galleries, planned several years down the line.

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Seattle Art Museum Director Kimerly Rorschach to Retire in 2019

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Meet Philosopher Martha Nussbaum, Winner Of This Year’s $1 Million Berggruen Prize

Martha Nussbaum, 71, is the author or editor of more than 40 wide-ranging books covering topics including the place of the emotions (including negative ones like disgust) in political life, the nature of human vulnerability, the importance of liberal education and connections between classical literature and the contemporary world. She is also known for helping to... | Read More

Here Are The World Heritage Sites Threatened By Climate Change

Here we show that of 49 cultural WHS located in low-lying coastal areas of the Mediterranean, 37 are at risk from a 100-year flood and 42 from coastal erosion, already today. Until 2100, flood risk may increase by 50% and erosion risk by 13% across the region, with considerably higher increases at individual WHS.

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