Month: March 2019

News: Out of the Office…Spring Break

3.27.19 Hello everyone! Just a short news notice that I will be out of the office till Tuesday. Spring Break is here and I’m taking some days away from my office, but there is one thing…Comic-Con 2019. If any of your guys are attending or want to attend this year’s Comic-Con International in San Diego, please go to http://www.comic-con.org. Unfortunately, the attendee badges are sold out but still go to the site.  Editor’s Note will be published by the end of the week. I have a cousin who will work on the blog until I get back. Enjoy the rest of the week, be blessed!   Featured and other images: unknown & Desktop Background     Advertisements

Reflections: Creatively Spring Forward

3.26.19 HOW TO CREATIVELY SPRING FORWARD? RECUPERATE THINK OF NEW IDEAS AND PUT IT TO USE WHEN YOU DO THOSE THINGS, NEW CREATIVITY SPRINGS FORWARD LIKE FLOWERS NEW GROWTH, NEW BEGINNINGS   🌸🏵💐🌹🌺🌻🌼🌷   Enjoy your Tuesday, be blessed!       Featured image: Wallpaperplay

Creative Close-Up: 10 Tips On Writing Better Dialogue

3.25.19 Good Afternoon! March is already about to leave us, but before that happens, let’s shake up something different with Creative Close-Up. This month I’ve searched what I could do with this post series and I found this… FILM COURAGE: 10 TIPS ON WRITING BETTER DIALOGUE For those wanting to break into the film industry, I hope this video has helped you to put your foot into the door! Enjoy the rest of your Monday, be blessed.    Featured image: Soundcloud

Where To: Miami, Florida

3.23.19 Hello! We are now in Miami, Florida to check out what the city has when it comes to arts and culture. Thanks to Miami and Miami Beach Guides, you don’t have to worry about what places to visit… Credit source: Miami and Beaches ART GALLERIES OOLITE Three decades ago, our founder, potter Ellie Schneiderman, sought affordable work spaces for our city’s visual artists. Today, Oolite Artscontinues Schneiderman’s mission, to, as she said, “help artists help themselves.” We are both a community and a resource, providing artists with the free studio space, exhibition opportunities, direct support and programming they need to advance their careers. We also offer programming to the surrounding neighborhood and the wider community to help them better understand, and create, contemporary art. 924 Lincoln Road, 2nd FloorMiami Beach, FL 33139 Other art galleries to visit:  Gallery Diet Robert Fontaine Gallery Futurama  and more     DANCE DANCE NOW MIAMI The mission of Dance NOW! Miami is to promote the artistic vision of co-founders Hannah Baumgarten and Diego Salterini. The company creates, promotes …

MidWeek Updates: Kennesaw Spring Arts Festival 2019

3.20.19 The last post for today coming from Kennesaw State University in Kennesaw, Georgia. The Spring Arts Festival is coming this weekend, March 23 at the Visual Arts Building. Here’s a flyer for the event.  Just go to the site above in the flyer. If you live in the area and want to do something with creativity, this festival is it. Enjoy the rest of your Wednesday, be blessed.    Featured and other images: KSU & YAF

Spring Reads 2019

3.20.19 Spring is here! My favorite time of year and that means new books to read! According to Brenda Janowitz Popsugar‘s books correspondent, here are 28 books that should be on your coffee table or nightstand, but I’m just going to show you six. Credit source: Popsugar   Daisy Jones & The Six by Taylor Jenkins Reid  Daisy Jones & The Six is about the rise and fall of a 70s rock group, which is told in a rockumentary style…think Behind the Music…you know the VH1 series? This book is getting ready to become a series for Amazon, produced by Reese Witherspoon!     Gingerbread by Helen Oyeyemi Found this description on the Penguin Random House site about  Gingerbread …“Influenced by the mysterious place gingerbread holds in classic children’s stories, beloved novelist Helen Oyeyemi invites readers into a delightful tale of a surprising family legacy, in which the inheritance is a recipe.”     In Another Time by Jillian Cantor According to Janowitz, “Told in dual timelines of 1931, where Germany is slowly changing, and …

MidWeek Updates: CSU Summer Camps 2019

3.20.19 He ho…just two posts for today. Really three. The first is Columbus State University in Columbus, Georgia, my hometown. For those living in the area and are at a lost on what your child can do during the summer, this program is probably the answer… Credit source: CSU Activ8 Ready To Activ8 Your Summer? 10 weeks, 3 age groups and over 200 classes covering Music to Science to Sports to Media and Beyond! Parents, help your budding Genius Kids discover the exciting Summer Camp opportunities that Continuing & Professional Education has for youth in Columbus, GA to improve their knowledge and skills. Great Summer KIDS CAMPS and teen programming keep area youth engaged in education while having fun. You will find quality programs that promote leadership and youth development through enrichment activities, unique experiences, and opportunities to develop relationships with adults and peers. Activ8 includes: Activ8 Academy Activ8 Activ8ers Activ8 Between2teen Activ8 Catalog Coca-Cola Space Science Center Columbus Regional Mathematics Collaborative Schwob School of Music Cougar Athletics Extras   To register and more please …

Shadow Spotlight: Creatively Iconic Women

3.18.19 Hello, lovelies! Another week is beginning and I wanted to do something special today. It’s the third Monday, which means Shadow Spotlight. Instead of focusing on one person, I’m gathering together a group of women who have made a creative mark. In art, photography, music, all avenues of creativity. Grace Jones, Marina Abramovic, Cyd Charisse, and Eartha Kitt are on top of a long list. It is Women’s History Month, right? Here are some women who really made an impression on me. GRACE JONES What can I say about this lady here? With her androgynous looks and outrageous style, she shows no signs of slowing down, even after five decades!         MARINA ABRAMOVIC The pioneer of performance art, I didn’t know who this woman was until several years ago. Her works may seem a bit weird, sometimes violent, but its the performance…the human condition, that gets your attention. I’m I a fan? I don’t know. I may not agree with her art, but again I just think she’s interesting.      …