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Meet Some Of The Workers Making Theatre Accessible To Disabled People

Ben Glover is a creative captioner, integrating captions for the hearing-impaired into set and lighting design. Nadine Beasley provides live audio description for the visually impaired and even leads advance touch tours of the set and costumes. Shona Louise consults on everything from wheelchair access to website design. – The Guardian

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Meet Some Of The Workers Making Theatre Accessible To Disabled People

Ben Glover is a creative captioner, integrating captions for the hearing-impaired into set and lighting design. Nadine Beasley provides live audio description for the visually impaired and even leads advance touch tours of the set and costumes. Shona Louise consults on everything from wheelchair access to website design. – The Guardian

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SXSW Expands Beyond Austin For The First Time —And It’s Going A Very Long Way South By Southwest

The Aspen-Festival-for-hipsters is crossing both the Pacific and the Equator: SXSW Sydney will run October 15-22 this year, focusing primarily on creative industries in the Asia-Pacific region but including participants from the US (Silicon Valley and Hollywood in particular) and elsewhere as well. – Adweek

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“Copying Is Not Satire, It Is Theft. And Lying To Consumers Is Not Conceptual Art, It Is Deception,” Says Creator Of Bored Ape NFTs

That declaration comes from the federal lawsuit that Yuga Labs, which created the Bored Ape Yacht Club, against artist Ryder Ripps for alleged “trademark infringement, false advertising, unfair competition and cybersquatting.” Ripps says his project “uses satire and appropriation to protest and educate people.” – Reuters

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Anti-Oil Protestors Are Gluing Themselves To Paintings In British Museums

Asking “What’s more important? This painting? Or a future?” (as if they were mutually exclusive), members of the group Just Stop Oil glued their hands to the frame of a landscape in Glasgow’s Kelvingrove Art Gallery on Wednesday and a van Gogh at London’s Courtauld Gallery on Thursday. – Artnet

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San Diego’s Theaters Are Back. Half Of Their Audience Is Not.

“For some, the drop has been small, but for most, the average decline is about 50 percent of 2019 sales. Local theater leaders say they’re not certain why sales have fallen,” citing several possible factors. – The San Diego Union-Tribune

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Amazon Is Spending Big Money To Become A Player In Live Sports Media

The retailing-giant-turned-streaming-giant already has a $1 billion-per-year deal for NFL games and a similar deal for the UK’s Premiere League soccer.  Now Amazon has acquired British as well as German and Italian rights for UEFA Champions League matches, which feature Europe’s top soccer teams. – The Hollywood Reporter

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Two Houston Restaurants Earn Wine Spectator’s Highest Honors — Pappas and Mastro’s Are Officially Grand

Wine Spectator’s annual Restaurant Awards are showing the love to Pappas Bros. Steakhouse as both Houston restaurants and the Dallas Pappas have earned the coveted Grand Award. Mastro’s at the Post Oak Hotel was the only other Houston restaurant to receive top honors while 20 other Houston restaurants garnered special recognition. With only 97 Grand … Continued

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LGBTQ+ Mural by Eva Hansen Sjøvold in Oslo, Norway

Eva Hansen Sjøvold (21) has painted Norway’s first LGBTQ+ mural as part of Løkka-Lykke street art festival in Oslo

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Held in the central district of Grünerløkka, Løkka-Lykke announced itself on the street art scene in 2021 with... | Read More

‘The Simpsons’ production workers say they deserve a place at the table

Employees at the studio behind shows like The Simpsons and Family Guy are hoping to do unionize. If they're successful, it could be a big shift in animation.

(Image credit: Courtesy of Disney Media & Entertainment)

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