Art Literature Photography

MidWeek Updates: Emojis, Conference, Exhibition, A Writing Contest, & Photography Workshop

6. 11. 18

Hi! Hope everyone enjoyed their 4th of July vacation. Of course, for me it really wasn’t a vacation…anyway I’m packing a lot of things into this post today. Here are a few things I found…you might want to mark these on your calendar…

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From the Frieze Academy…

Designing spaces to show, make and live with art

We’re delighted to announce the return of the Frieze Academy Art & Architecture Conference on Tuesday 2 October, from 11am-4.30pm, at The Royal Institution in London.

This year, we welcome leading international architects, artists and critics including Shigeru BanJamie FobertEllen van Loon (OMA), Richard RogersChristopher Kulendran ThomasKulapat Yantrasast (wHY) and Andrea Zittel (A-Z West) to consider how the form and function of cultural institutions are evolving and reassess how and where we live.

It is a must-attend event for anyone looking to commission architecture, or anyone curious about how artists and curators envision architecture for art.
Take advantage now of our early bird tickets and save £100! Offer ends on 22 July.

Image: Mt Fuji World Heritage Centre (2017). Shizuoka, Japan. Photo by Hiroyuki Hira

For those living or plan to visit Williamstown, Massachusetts, a video art exhibition might spark some creativity…



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I do remember posting this right?

Summer Flash Contest


Have you entered our summer flash contest yet? Don’t wait any longer! The deadline for submissions is midnight EDT on Sunday, July 15. Submit your best work in any genre (fiction OR nonfiction) – just make sure it is 1,000 words or less. 

Learn More

Announcing a New Summit Workshop in Peru’s Amazon Rainforest! 

November 6 – 18, 2018

 Join elite nature and wildlife photographer Morgan Heim on an unforgettable trip deep into the heart of the Peruvian Amazon.

The Madre de Dios and Manu Regions of Peru are considered to be one of the most biodiverse environments on earth. They provide crucial habitat for over 1,000 species of birds, 14 species of primates, 150 species of mammals, and incorporates vast territory ranging from alpine plateaus, river basins, to tropical rainforest. The area is also home to several indigenous and ‘uncontacted’ tribes and is considered to be one of the most remote corners of the Amazon Rainforest.

In this workshop, you’ll be immersed in the landscape, history, and culture of the Amazon. We will begin our journey by exploring the Inca civilization near Cusco in the ancient city of Pisac. We will then drive over the tops of the Andes and into the Amazon Basin where we will explore the wildlife of Cosñipata before following the Madre de Dios River in motorized canoes. This will be a trip like no other and will offer an engaging blend of wildlife, culture, and conservation

Click HERE For Workshop Details

Spaces Are Limited!
Call 303-209-8478 or Email to Register

Remember to click on the links above to get all the info for each of these events.

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