The Art of Dress Exhibition opens on Sunday 2nd November and will exhibit essays, photographs, illustration, sketches and dresses by students from across a range of fashion courses at London College of Fashion.
Always be hustling. HOW has launched it’s annual logo design competition and we want to make sure that you have the opportunity to compete for glory and awards. As an artist, it’s always important to get your name out there and the more competitions you win, the more you have to add to your resume … Continue reading HOW 2014 Logo Design Competition & Awards
The Flying Donkey Challenge is a series of challenges held in Africa to test the viability of using drones as infrastructure in a rapidly changing Africa
The Contemporary Art Forum presents timely and innovative programs (lectures, conversations, and performances) that address pressing issues in contemporary art, and grow out of discussions with MoMA curators. Participants include artists and designers, critics, curators, and scholars, among others. From Marcel Duchampâ€™s chess games to Lygia Clarkâ€™s puzzles, artists throughout the 20th century have adopted … Continue reading Critical Playâ€”The Game as an Art Form | MOMA Event
Are you an artist and avid gamer? If you are and happen to be on the West Coast then you have to check out the making of Call of Duty, Modern Warfare 3. The event features a detailed look at the art and visual effects of the blockbuster cross-console game. The gathering is sponsored by … Continue reading The Art and Visual Effects of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3
Your Shot at the 2012 VIEW AWARD Contest The 2012 VIEW AWARDâ€™s are ready to come out in full! Breaking free from its international tradition, the 2012 VIEW AWARDâ€™s are opening up their doors to new themes, subjects, and a wider audience of contestants! Now, I am sure you are wondering about the 2012 VIEW … Continue reading VIEW Awards Contest – Finally prove you’re good at art
From E. L. Kirchner to Max Beckmann, artists associated with German Expressionism in the early decades of the twentieth century took up printmaking with a collective dedication and fervor virtually unparalleled in the history of art.