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Wknd Updates: Cartoon Studies Admission for Fall 2019

9.14.19

One last post for the time being. I was looking to see if there were any workshops coming this month or the next few months and came across this…The Center for Cartoon Studies


Credit source: The Center for Cartoon Studies

ADMISSIONS

THE CENTER FOR CARTOON STUDIES (CCS) IS LOOKING FOR WELL-ROUNDED STUDENTS WHO ARE COMMITTED TO CREATING VISUAL NARRATIVES. WE WANT STUDENTS WHO CAN THINK AND WILL WORK HARD. LIMITED DRAWING SKILLS ARE OK IF THEY ARE OFFSET BY A FEARLESS COMMITMENT TO PUTTING IMAGES ON PAPER. CCS WELCOMES COMIC AND NON-COMIC BOOK GEEKS ALIKE. WE LOVE ART, ENGLISH, HISTORY, PHILOSOPHY, RELIGION, AND GRAPHIC DESIGN MAJORS, AND THOSE WITH A LIBERAL ARTS BACKGROUND.

APPLICATION FORM FOR MFA AND CERTIFICATE

APPLY ONLINE NOW!

Or, download and complete the
CCS Admissions application form (.pdf)

APPLICATION CHECKLIST

1) A PORTFOLIO CONSISTING OF:

A minimum two-page comic story starring yourself, a snowman, a robot, and a piece of fruit. You may combine characters! Format may be a zine, mini-comic, or plain black and white copies. Non-returnable.

Four samples of your work in any media that represents your abilities. CCS will look at comics, computer art, video, paintings, and drawings. Send prints, photocopies, tear sheets, mini-comics, zines, CDs, or web addresses. Under no circumstances should you send original art. It will not be returned.

2) ESSAY: 

A two- to three-page double-spaced, typewritten essay (fiction or nonfiction) with one of the following titles:

• Cartoonists are like that, OR

• The future

3) CURRICULUM VITAE

4) TRANSCRIPTS:

Please request that official transcripts be sent to:
Admissions
The Center for Cartoon Studies
PO Box 125 / 94 South Main Street
White River Junction, VT 05001

Students with any college coursework do not need to submit high school transcripts. Transcripts marked “Issued to Student” will not be accepted.

5) LETTER OF RECOMMENDATION

6) FOR INTERNATIONAL APPLICANTS: Financial evidence that shows you have sufficient funds to cover tuition and living expenses for the duration of the program. For more information, email admissions@cartoonstudies.org.

7) APPLICATION FEE:

A $50 application fee should accompany the application with a check or money order (in USD) payable to The Center for Cartoon Studies. Or, click here to pay online now (PayPal balance or credit card).

SEND APPLICATION AND MATERIALS TO:

Admissions
The Center for Cartoon Studies
PO Box 125 / 94 South Main Street
White River Junction, VT 05001

Or, email your application and materials to admissions@cartoonstudies.org

TEL: (802) 295-3319
FAX: (802) 295-3399

DEADLINE:

CCS has rolling admissions; students are encouraged to apply as early as possible since space is limited. The school reviews applications as soon as they are complete and will notify students regarding their admission status. You do not need to submit all application materials at once in order to begin the application process, but your application and requirements must be completed prior to review for consideration.

CCS operates under the charter of The National Association of Comics Art Educators, a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization. CCS is SEVP-Certified to enroll nonimmigrant students. CCS does not discriminate in its admissions policy for reasons of race, religion or ethnic origin.

QUESTIONS?

admissions@cartoonstudies.org
(802) 295-3319

You can see this post from the website: www.cartoonstudies.org. I will post more about this soon. Enjoy the rest of your weekend, be blessed. 

Featured image: Pinterest

Wknd Updates: New York Fashion Week 2019 Wrap-Up

9.14.12

Good evening everyone…just a wrap-up of New York Fashion Week 2019

 

 

 

I found these two ladies here who attended this year’s fashion week…

Tatiana Ringsby gives us a first look at the front row and backstage of NYFW…lucky her!

 

One from Aimee Song

Part 2 and 3 you can look on her YouTube Channel Song of Style. Until next year!

 

Image source: Teen Vogue

MidWeek Updates: New York Fashion Week 2019

9.12.19

One more for the day…Courtesy of New York Fashion Week 2019, which started around last week and will end at the end of this week. Just catching up on fashions…Enjoy!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

I want to hear the music that was played at the show…😡

 

 

 

This is classy! I love it! 😍💕

 

There is more. Go to Fashion Feed or the Fashion Channel on YouTube to see more of NYFW 2019! Enjoy your Thursday, be blessed! 😘

Image source: Fashionista

MidWeek Updates: Photography Contests…

9.12.19

Well hello! I meant to get this posted yesterday but suffered a power outage. I’m back with some photography online contests. Three to be exact. From October to December. This is for amateurs, professionals…all photographers. Courtesy of Artshow.


Credit source: Artshow.com

RAW 2020 – 6th Annual Juried Photography Exhibition

The Noyes Museum of Art seeks entries for a juried photography exhibition, January 10 – March 29, 2020, at The Noyes Arts Garage in Atlantic City, NJ. Juror’s Choice: $600, Second Place: $350, Third Place: $200, (2) Honorable Mentions: $100. Juror: Lori Waselchuk. Photographers over the age of 18 may apply. Images in any photographic process (analog, digital, mixed media). Images submitted must have been taken within the last 3 years. $30 entry fee. Deadline: October 1, 2019More info (PDF). Contact: email or call 609-626-3420.

 

 

Art Call to Artists and Photographers – 2019

Art-Competition.net announces a call to artists for an online art exhibition. Grant Opportunity: Recipient of the “Christopher E. Burke Fine Art Grant” will receive $300.00. This artist’s creation will become the image of the exhibition and will be used on the invitation, video title screen, and on all online marketing for the exhibit. In addition, the grant recipient will have a dedicated marketing campaign about their art and accomplishments sent to over 477,000 recipients worldwide. The artist will also be featured in the Art Market Newsletter. $25 entry fee. Deadline: November 18, 2019 (12:00 Midnight EST)More info. Contact: email or call 321-220-1103.

 

 

8th International Photography Annual

The Cincinnati based non-profit arts organization and gallery, Manifest, invites visual artists and designers to submit works that incorporate the lens or photographic process in some significant way, including manipulated and mixed processes. INPHA is not a gallery exhibition. It is an award-winning non-profit hardcover publication. Three cash prizes of $1200, $500, and $300. INPHA is open to a very broad range of lens-based and photographic submissions. This is not just for ‘photographers’ and ‘photography’ but also for anyone working creatively in a visual art (or design) field with work that incorporates the lens or photographic process in some significant way, including manipulated and mixed processes. As with all Manifest projects, we are open to learning just what’s being done that fits within this broad scope. $40 for up to 4 entries. $5 per each additional entry. Deadline: December 31, 2019More info. Contact: email or call 513-861-3638.

Just click on the links above to get more information. Come back this Saturday as I post art online contests.

 

Featured image: Artshow and unknown

Third & Final Season of ‘The Deuce’

9.4.19

Since the very beginning, I’ve been loyally watching HBO‘s gritty drama, The Deuce. Each season has been worth the binge-watching. I can watch it over and over again, but it’s a shame that this series is not getting the recognition it deserves. The third and final season is coming on September 9, entering the era of the 80s and the AIDs epidemic. Here is a preview of what’s coming…

 

The Deuce season 3 chronicles the dying days of Times Square as the heart of the American sex trade. It is the eve of 1985, and the party’s winding down. 42nd Street has deteriorated into a hive of uncontrolled violent crime and seedy video stores, making urban renewal seem more unlikely than ever before. But change is on the way: just as VHS overtakes film as the primary medium for porn production and distribution, the lure of the California sunshine, the city’s aggressive takeover of commercial sex properties, and the devastating impact of the AIDS epidemic mark the end of an era. The fall is here

Monday September 9 is the date. I hate to see this show go, but better to end on a high note, than to draaaggg it on. Enjoy the rest of your Wednesday, be blessed.

•You can catch the 1st and 2nd season on HBO!

 

Featured image: Paul Schiraldi/HBO

Music Festival / September 2019

9.4.19

It’s that time again! Which festivals are coming this month? Music Festival Wizard knows…


Credit Source: Music Festival Wizard

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Click on the large sea green letters for more information. Waiting for October!
 
 
Featured image: unknown

New Music / September 2019

9.4.19

Hello everyone…What does Iggy Pop, Blink 182, and Paula Cole have in common? New album releases.  Thanks to Billboard we can see who’s coming with new music for September…


Credit source: Billboard

September 2

Abraham Alexander, Abraham Alexander EP

 

September 6

Adam Green, Engine of Paradise

Bat for Lashes, Lost Girls

Del Barber, Easy Keeper

Domink Eulberg, Mannigfaltig 

Frankie Cosmos, Close It Quietly

Golden Dawn Arkestra, Darkness Falls on the Edge of Time

 

Iggy Pop / Image Cred: Rolling Stone

Iggy Pop, Free

Lower Dens, The Competition

Mahalia, Love & Compromise

Pearla, Quilting & Other Activities EP

Scoville Unit, Scoville Unit

Secret Shame, Dark Synthetics

Sis, Gas Station Roses

Sleeping With Sirens, How It Feels To Be Lost

sloan:sonna, All the Right Statements

Squid, Town Centre EP 

Stolen Jars, A Reminder

Tinariwen, Amadjar

Various Artists, Alefa Madagascar: Salegy, Soukous & Soul from the Red Island 1974-1984  

 

September 13

Alex Cameron, Miami Memory

Big Cheese, Wild to Be Born

Blood Cultures, Oh Uncertainty! A Universe Despairs

Brett Young, The Acoustic Sessions

Charli XCX, Charli

Chelsea Wolfe, Birth of Violence

Devendra Banhart, Ma

Dori Freeman, Every Single Star

Goo Goo Dolls, Miracle Pill

Jenny Hval, The Practice of Love

Jeremy Ivey, The Dream and the Dreamer

KXM, Circle of Dolls

Love Fame Tragedy, I Don’t Want To Play The Victim, But I’m Really Good At It

Luke Temple, Both-And

The Lumineers, III

Michigander, Where Do We Go From Here EP

mxmtoon, the masquerade

The Paranoyds, Carnage Bargain

Paula Cole, Revolution

Pretend Collective, Pretend Collective

(Sandy) Alex G, House of Sugar

Surf Curse, Heaven Surrounds You

Tiger Army, Retrofuture

The Weeks, Two Moons

 

September 20

Ani Cordero, El Machete

Blink 182, TBD

Brittany Howard, Jaime

Cones, Pictures of Pictures

Efterklang, Altid Sammen

Fitz and the Tantrums, All The Feels

Heather Mae / Image Cred: Kickstarter

Heather Mae, Glimmer

Hua Li, Dynasty

Keane, Cause and Effect

Liam Gallagher, Why Me? Why Not.

LIFE, A Picture of Good Health

Monograms, Living Wire

Monster Rally, Adventures on the Floating Island

Operator Music Band, Duo Duo

Rubikon, The Record

sir Was, Holding on to a Dream

Sofi Tukker, R.I.P. Shame, Pt. 1 EP

Telepathic Band, Electric Telepathy Vol. 1

Twen, Awestruck

Vivian Girls, Memory

 

September 27

Dermot Kennedy, Without Fear

Emergency Tiara, Unsofisticated Circus

Estiva, Metamorphoses

Girl Band, The Talkies

John Calvin Abney, Safe Passage

Moon Duo, Stars Are The Light

Steel Panther, Heavy Metal Rules

Sui Zhen, Losing, Linda

Tegan and Sara, Hey, I’m Just Like You

Temples, Hot Motion

Trentemøller, Obverse

Vagabon, All the Women in Me

That is the list. Of course, you know the dates can change. 

 

•Thanks to Glenn Rowley and Bryan Kress for Billboard. 

Featured Image: Pitchfork

Editor’s Note: September 2019…Refreshed…Refocused

9.3.19

Volume: 7 #:9

Hello…it’s good to be back! I’ve had a month-long vacation so that I could recharge my creative batteries.  Not only do I work on this blog, but I also work at night at a university and that can make me quite exhausted. So I decided to take a month off to relax.

Summer is already coming to an end and I’m soo ready for fall! In the meantime, I managed to do a little cleaning up on the blog site. Some recognizable places within the blog will change, but I am adding a few new things too.

I’m also will be looking for maybe three or four people to help me run this blog. One can’t do it all. So let’s get September started…

 

 

 

 

Featured images: The Everygirl

Summer Reads 2019

6.26.19

Summer is here and you know what that means right? It’s time to pick out which books to read at the beach, on the front porch, in a hammock, or anywhere to tuck your feet. I did this list a bit different, I picked four from some other lists. Books that not only looked interesting, but the details were just what peeked my curiosity. Take a look for yourself


Credit source: Pop Sugar, Oprah Magazine, Publishers Weekly, Good Housekeeping, Refinery 29

First of I chose four books from Pop Sugar‘s 34 best lists. Brenda Janowitz puts her spin on these three from the list…

Patsy by Nicole Dennis-Benn

From the acclaimed writer of Here Comes the Sun comes Nicole Dennis-Benn’s second novel, Patsy. It’s the story of a Jamaican woman who comes to America, where she hopes to reunite with a childhood friend. She is forced to leave behind her 5-year-old child, and as she struggles to find work and come to terms with the life her childhood friend has chosen, we also see what her daughter’s life is like back home, forced to live with her father, whom she barely knows. Patsy is a thoughtful exploration of the immigrant experience, motherhood, and the choices women are forced to make.

 

City of Girls by Elizabeth Gilbert

We all know Elizabeth Gilbert for her incredible memoir, Eat Pray Love, but this Summer, she brings us into the fictional world of 1940s New York City. In City of Girls, Vivian Morris gets kicked out of Vassar College, so her parents send her to live with her Aunt Peg, who owns the Lily Playhouse, a theater that’s falling apart. There, Vivian meets a group of people who are unlike anyone she’s ever met before, and she finds herself immersed in their world completely. It’s a spellbinding novel about love, freedom, and finding your own happiness.

 

 

In West Mills by De’Shawn Charles Winslow

Meet Azalea. Everyone calls her Knot, but not everyone in her black, rural neighborhood in North Carolina understands her. Knot wants to be independent and to live life on her own terms, though she’s still figuring out exactly what that looks like. In West Mills spans the course of almost 50 years and is a beautifully written debut by a writer to watch.

 

On Earth We’re Briefly Gorgeous by Ocean Vuong

Ocean Vuong is a gifted poet, and his first foray into fiction was one of the year’s most anticipated books. Written as a letter that a young man writes to his illiterate mother, On Earth, We’re Briefly Gorgeous is a raw and gorgeously written novel about trauma, survival, and the power of story.

 

Four from the 28 Best Beach Reads of 2019 from the Oprah Magazine, by the words of Arianna Davis and Michelle Darrisaw

When We Left Cuba by Chanel Cleeton 

Cleeton’s follow-up to her best-selling book Next Year in Havana is even more addicting—and sexy—than the first. Here we meet Beatriz, a young woman who’s forced to flee Cuba with her family after Castro comes into power. As she unexpectedly finds herself involved in both an extramarital affair and a government plot to take back her country, readers will be hooked thanks to Cleeton’s breezy, transporting storytelling. We highly recommend reading this one by the beach or pool—with a cocktail in hand.

 

Park Avenue Summer by Renée Rosen

Regular readers of Cosmopolitan magazine will love Renée Rosen’s latest. Tracing the origins of the popular women’s magazine and the feminist movement of the 1960s, Park Avenue Summer follows Alice, a young girl who moves from Ohio to New York City to pursue her dreams of becoming a photographer. As she climbs the career ladder, her first gig is a secretary for former editor-in-chief of Cosmo, Helen Gurley Brown. Part fantasy and part reality, readers get to see how Brown’s pioneering novel, Sex and the Single Girl, was created through Alice’s point of view.  

 

Speaking of Summer by Kalisha Buckhanon

It might take a few chapters before settling into Speaking fo Summer, but this mysterious novel is well worth the wait. The core of the book revolves around a woman named Autumn who is consumed with searching for her missing twin sister Summer. Everyone else, including the authorities, aren’t as hell-bent on finding Autumn’s sibling. As a result, Autumn slowly starts to unravel, taking comfort in the wrong people and things, while coping with the recent loss of their mother.

 

The Silent Patient by Alex Michaelides

Alex Michaelides’ new psychological thriller will keep you guessing right until the very end. Trust us, you won’t be prepared for the shocking conclusion after reading pages of psychotherapist Theo Faber’s obsession with his mute patient, Alicia Berenson. Alicia was committed into a mental health facility after being charged with killing her husband. Though she hasn’t spoken since the murder, you learn about her story through Theo’s observances.  

 

Chose four from Publishers Weekly. The staff picked their list of summer 2019 reads in their words…

The October Man

Ben Aaronovitch (Subterranean)

It’s lucky that Aaronovitch turns out new additions in his Rivers of London supernatural police procedural series so often since their deadpan humor and sexy river gods make them perfect diversions in any season. The latest entry is a spin-off, introducing a new protagonist, magic-practicing cop Tobias Winter, in a new setting: Germany. It’s a wine-related mystery I can’t wait to uncork. —Hannah Kushnick, reviews editor

 

The Paper Wasp

Lauren Acampora (Grove)

That feeling when you know things are about to go horribly wrong, but you’re not sure exactly how and you can’t look away? That’s the sensation of reading Acampora’s debut novel, which opens with Abby, an artistic near recluse in a dead-end job, on her way to visit Elise, a promising Hollywood actress, after they’ve reconnected at their high school reunion. Because here’s the thing about rekindling a friendship—it just might end in ashes. —Carolyn Juris, features editor

 

Vintage 1954

Antoine Laurain (Gallic)

Two things I love: Paris in the fall and time travel as a plot device in fiction. Three Parisians and an American tourist share an aged bottle of Beaujolais—and the next morning wake up to a world that no longer exists. This is the perfect summer read—clever, yet light and breezy, and full of a joie de vivre that I associate with the French. We’ll always have Paris, circa 1954, thanks to Laurain’s latest charmer. —Claire Kirch, Midwest correspondent

 

Home Remedies

Xuan Juliana Wang (Hogarth)

Endearing characters with bizarre fixations fill Wang’s superb debut collection, a perfect book to dip into this summer. Two synchronized divers grow up with lives and bodies completely entwined. A 10-year-old work for her parents’ travel agency and suddenly falls under the spell of a qi master. A massive Chinese carp bloom clogs American rivers. Largely caught up within the U.S.-China “import-export boom of the early nineties,” Wang’s striking characters are fresh, clever, and shouldn’t be missed. —Seth Satterlee, reviews editor

 

Another four pick from Good Housekeeping, in the words of Blake Bakkila

The Bride Test by Helen Hoang

We couldn’t get enough of Helen Hoang’s debut novelThe Kiss Quotient, so it’s no surprise her second book is at the top of our list. This time, we’re following the story of Khai Diep, a man who doesn’t think he’s capable of having feelings. He’s still unconvinced when his family tries to assure him that his autism makes him process emotions differently, and his mom sets out to find him the perfect bride in Vietnam. 

 

Stay Sexy & Don’t Get Murdered: The Definitive How-To Guide by Karen Kilgariff & Georgia Hardstark

We’ve heard what Karen and Georgia have to say in their popular podcast My Favorite Murder, but now they’re expressing themselves using a different medium. They share personal stories, recommendations for advocating for yourself, and more in their debut novel. 

 

I’ll Never Tell by Catherine McKenzie

If you’re always up for a good murder mystery, reach for I’ll Never Tell. After their parents’ sudden deaths, five siblings reunite to decide what to do with their family’s property. But before they can, they have to figure out what happened to their fellow camper Amanda, who was found bludgeoned to death in a rowboat 20 years ago. 

 

Mrs. Everything by Jennifer Weiner

The acclaimed author of Who Do You Love and In Her Shoes is back with another summer read. We go back to the 1950s, following the lives of two sisters, both then and now. They attempt to navigate the ever-changing world around them, and like Weiner’s other novels, this one is simply unputdownable. 

 

Best books for summer from Refinery 29, thanks to Kathleen Newman-Bremang

More Than Enough: Claiming Space for Who You Are (No Matter What They Say) by Elaine Welteroth

There’s nothing like summertime for some good old-fashioned self-care. And there’s no better way to take care of yourself than to get inspired by an uplifting memoir. Elaine Welteroth is one of those people I follow on Instagram who makes me feel simultaneously motivated and insanely jealous. In 2017, Welteroth became the youngest editor-in-chief at Condé Nast when she was promoted at Teen Vogue. In 2017, I binge-watched all seven seasons of Buffy the Vampire Slayer in a month. Same. Before that, Welteroth was the senior beauty editor at Glamour and the beauty and style editor at Ebony. She’s written for Grown-ish. She’s now one of the judges on Project Runway. So yeah, she’s kinda successful. In her “part-manifesto, part-memoir,” Welteroth imparts life lessons on success and identity told through the lens of a young Black woman, who at many times, was the only Black woman in the room. Here’s where my jealousy gives way to amazement. Welteroth is shattering glass ceilings and making way for a generation of women to believe that they are “more than enough.”

 

Hot Comb by Ebony Flowers

Haven’t you heard? Graphic novels are great beach reads. In this one, Ebony Flowers tells multiple coming-of-age stories through the minefield that is Black hair. It’s a topic that has inspired songs, plays, and Chris Rock documentaries, and it is one that will always hit home for Black women. Too curly. Not curly enough. Too straight. Not straight enough. In the novel’s titular story, Hot Comb, Flowers explores the insecurities that can come with a seemingly simple hairstyle as told through a young girl getting her first perm to fit into her all-Black neighbourhood. It’s a stunning piece of art that “explores the poetry in everyday life,” according to Drawn & Quarterly.

 

The Wedding Party by Jasmine Guillory

The first installment of this series, The Wedding Date, is one of my favourite literary rom-coms of all time. I was so obsessed with it, I read it five times, then held my breath until its follow-up, The Proposal, came out, then read that five times. If you don’t trust my taste, trust Reese Witherspoon, who chose The Proposal for her book club. Now, Jasmine Guillory is back with her third (and final?) book in this heartwarming series that lives up to the hype of its predecessors. The Wedding Party follows Maddie and Theo, two people who have absolutely nothing in common except that they share a best friend and they hate each other. The classic rom-com hate-turned-love trope plays out effortlessly in this well-paced, romantic, and sexy story of ambition, friendship, and falling for the one person you didn’t see coming. It is truly the PERFECT BEACH READ.

 

 

 

Is There Still Sex in the City? by Candace Bushnell

Could we really talk about beach reads without including the Queen of Sex and the City? A summer Candace Bushnell release is like a Michael Bublé Christmas album — a drop that feels so fit for the season it’s almost cliché. Twenty years after her first book, Sex and the City, Bushnell is breaking stereotypes instead of reinforcing them. Here, she tackles what lust and love looks like after 50 by following six friends as they navigate middle age and dating. In Bushnell’s signature irreverent style, nothing is off limits: vaginal restorative surgery, swiping right on Tinder, and topics usually reserved for characters in their 20s and 30s. This time, the heroines are in their 50s and 60s and they get to be just as funny, silly and layered as Bushnell’s younger leading ladies. Hollywood should take note.

I hope you like this list…it took a good while to put together!

 

Featured and other images: Wallpapers Craft, Pop Sugar, Oprah Magazine, Good Housekeeping, Publisher’s Weekly, & Refinery 29

 

 

@ The Event: Sacramento, CA

June 16 / 17

Hello and Happy Friday! Our next stop is Sacramento. Little is known about the capital city of California, but let’s see what you can do there.


cred: http://www.visitsacramento.com

 

 

 

 

Crocker Art Museum

216 O St, Sacramento, CA 95814 / (916) 808-7000

www.crockerart.org

 

 

Elliot Fouts Gallery

1831 P St, Sacramento, CA 95811 /  (916) 736-1429

efgallery.com

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Crest Theatre

1013 K St, Sacramento, CA 95814 /  (916) 476-3356

www.crestsacramento.com

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

B Street Theatre

2711 B St, Sacramento, CA 95816 / (916) 443-5300

bstreettheatre.org

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sacramento Music Festival

Took place last month in May, but you can see their website: sacmusicfest.com.

 

 

Sacramento French Film Festival: 

Winter Short Film Screening – February 25th, 2017
Film Festival – June 16th – 25th 2017. www.sacramentofrenchfilmfestival.org.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Check out www.visitsacramento.com to see more events to see and do. Enjoy your Friday, be blessed, and come back tomorrow for some Weekend Scene.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

featured images: Expedia, Wikipedia, Sacramento Sidetracks, sacmusicfest.com, Sacramento French Film Festival, efgallery.com, and WallpaperSafari

@ The Event: Los Angeles

April 21 / 17

Hello and Happy Friday! From San Francisco to Los Angeles, we’re taking a tour of LaLa Land. This time Shadowboxerinc is doing something different.


 

 

 

 

 

 

LA TIMES FESTIVAL OF BOOKS

APRIL 22
10:00 AM
USC: LOS ANGELES  / 3551 Trousdale Parkway
Los Angeles CA 90089

TOSCA

APRIL 22
12:30 PM
DOROTHY CHANDLER PAVILION: LOS ANGELES / 135 N Grand Ave
Los Angeles CA 90012

PAUL SIMON: WORDS & MUSIC

APRIL 27
12:00 PM
SKIRBALL CULTURAL CENTER: LOS ANGELES / 2701 N Sepulveda Blvd
Los Angeles CA 90049

THE 33RD LOS ANGELES ASIAN PACIFIC FILM FESTIVAL

APRIL 27
7:00 PM
ARATANI JAPAN AMERICA THEATER: LOS ANGELES, CA / 244 S. San Pedro St.
Los Angeles, CA CA 90012

DEADMAU5

APRIL 27
9:00 PM
SHRINE EXPO HALL: LOS ANGELES / 665 W Jefferson Blvd.
Los Angeles CA

I hope this will help in wondering what to do in LA. If not, you can click on these websites:

www.expedia.com

www.tripadvisor.com

www.discoverlosangeles.com

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

featured image: SHXimaI

Spring Reads 2017

March 21 / 17

Spring is officially here. That means it’s time for Spring Read 2017. Found twelve that just may interest you….


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Lincoln in the Bardo – George Saunders

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Refugees – Viet Thanh Nguyen

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Child – Fiona Barton

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Amberlough: A Novel – Lara Elena Donnelly

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Devil Crept In – Ania Ahlborn

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Stars Are Legion – Kameron Hurley

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Most Beautiful: My Life With Prince – Mayte Garcia

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Reckless Daughter: A Portrait of Joni Mitchell – David Yaffe

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Otis Redding: An Unfinished Life – Jonathon Gould

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Unwanted Advances: Sexual Paranoia Comes to Campus – Laura Kipris

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Best Land Under Heaven: The Donner Party in the Age of Manifest Destiny – Michael Wallis

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

South & West: From a Notebook – Joan Didion

 

 

There are more books out there. You can go to GoodReads, Amazon, and other sites to find your Spring time read. Enjoy the rest of your Wednesday, be blessed.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

featured images: Wallup.net, amazon.com, amazon.com.uk, & goodreads.com

 

@ The Event: Vancouver

Feb. 17 / 17

Friday, Friday, Friday….We can all agree that we’re all glad it’s Friday right? Well, Vancouver is the final stop of our tour of Canada for @ The Event. This city has lots of things to do. Here is just a peek of what they have in store…


cred: tourism vancouver

Bard on the Beach Shakespeare Festival

Dates: June 1 – September 23, 2017

Every June through September, Bard on the Beach professional Shakespeare Festival brings to life the magic of Shakespeare’s great plays. The Festival site is located on the waterfront in Vancouver’s Vanier Park, adjacent to the downtown core.

 

DOXA Documentary Film Festival

Dates: May 2017

A 10-day annual festival presenting Canadian and international documentaries.

 

International Jazz Festival

Coastal Jazz & Blues Society

  • 295 W 7th Avenue
  • 2nd Floor
  • Vancouver, BC V5Y 1L9
  • Phone: 604.872.5200
  • www.costaljazz.ca

No dates posted yet…..

 

Theatre Under The Stars

Each summer through July and August, Theatre Under the Stars presents soaring musical theatre productions at Stanley Park’s picturesque Malkin Bowl.

  • Malkin Bowl, Stanley Park
  • Vancouver, BC V6G 1Z4
  • Phone: 604.734.1917
  • www.tuts.ca

No dates yet, but tickets are sold out.

 

Vancouver Folk Music Festival

Dates: July 14, 15, 16, 2017 / Jericho Beach Park

 

Vancouver International Film Festival

  • 1181 Seymour St
  • Vancouver, BC V6B 3M7
  • Phone: 604.683.FILM (3456)
  • www.viff.org

Check the website above for dates

 

Other Events

February 1, 2017 – March 5, 2017

 

November 11, 2016 – June 26, 2017

 

Recurring weekly on Sunday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday until April 9, 2017

 

February 3, 2017 – February 25, 2017

 

If you’re planning to visit this beautiful city, go to wwwtourismvancouver.com.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

featured image: DrWallpaper

Winter Reads 2017

cred: harper’s bazaar

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Article: 14 Best Books You Need to Read in January by Lauren Christensen

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

featured images: harper's bazaar & Wallpaper Abyss 

 

 

 

@ The Event: Montreal, Canada

November 18 / 16

Hello and Good Morning! The week is coming to a close and today’s @ The Event, we’re heading over to Montreal. Lots of great things to do up there. Wanna see? Ok, let’s see what they have to offer……


cred: eventful.com

Concerts

Niykee Heaton

Nov 19 – 9:00 PM / L’Astral

FIND TICKETS

*In Flames, Hellyeah & From Ashes To New

Nov 22 – 7:00 PM / Metropolis

FIND TICKETS

Straight No Chaser

Nov 29 – 7:30 PM / Theatre Maisonneuve – PdA

FIND TICKETS

Festivals

*Festival Les Coups de Théâtre

Nov 1 – Nov 30 / Montreal, Quebec, Canada

VIEW DETAILS

29th ANNUAL TIBETAN CULTURAL FAIR & B…

Nov 26 – 10:00 AM / Santa Cruz Church Hall

Cirque du Soleil – Ovo

Nov 29 – 7:30 PM / Bell Centre

FIND TICKETS

Film

Animated Movie: La guerre des tuques …

Nov 20 – 2:00 PM / La Maison Culturelle de Montréal-Nord

Movie: Histoires À Faire Rêver, Histo…

Nov 27 – 3:00 PM / Maison De La Culture Notre Dame De Grace

Le laboratoire de l’humour

Dec 1 – 8:30 PM / Hôtel Les Trois Tilleuls

FIND TICKETS

Literary

Yoga & Books (Mile End)

Nov 24 – 3:30 PM / Bibliothèque du Mile End

*Fun with Books (Mile End)

Dec 1 – 3:30 PM / Bibliothèque du Mile End

VIEW DETAILS

The Magic of Books (Maisonneuve)

Dec 3 – 11:00 AM / Maisonneuve Library

Museums

Visites guidées express « spécial 5 a…

Nov 29 – 12:15 PM / Maison du développement durable

Family Activities at the McCord Museum

Oct 2 – Nov 27 / Le Musée McCord Montréal McCord Museum

VIEW DETAILS

Family Activities at the McCord Museum

Dec 4 – Mar 12 / Le Musée McCord Montréal McCord Museum

* Featured Events

This is what’s going on in Montreal. For more information, please go to montreal.eventful.com/events. Go to eventful.com to see what other events are going on across the globe. Read through the site to see what you’re looking for and you’ll be on your way. Come back Sunday for two more posts.

featured image: full hd pictures

@ The Event: San Antonio

September 23 / 16

Hey everyone! Friday is hear….yea! We’re stopping in San Antonio, Texas for some great events. Here’s what happening in the heart of Texas…..


cred: visit san antonio

 

MUSIC

Fright Fest Presented By Snickers

Saturday, Sep 24, 2016 – Sunday, Oct 30, 2016

Six Flags Fiesta Texas

17000 IH W 10, San Antonio, Texas 78257

Visit Website

Hear The Globe  / $15

Saturday, Jan 23, 2016 – Saturday, Dec 17, 2016

8pm-10:30pm

Carmens de la Calle

320 North Flores, San Antonio, Texas 78205

210-281-4349 ♦   Visit Website

 

Party On The Plaza  / Free

Sunday, Jun 5, 2016 – Sunday, Oct 30, 2016

7:00pm – 11:00pm

Tower of the Americas 4D Theater

739 E. Cesar E. Chavez Blvd., San Antonio, TX 78205

210-223-3101    Visit Website

Party On The Tower Plaza: Free Concert Series  / Free

Friday, Jun 17, 2016 – Friday, Oct 28, 2016

7 pm – 11 pm

Tower of the Americas

739 E César E. Chávez Blvd, San Antonio, TX 78205

Visit Website

Second Sunday Jazz At The Witte / Free With Museum Admission

Sunday, Aug 14, 2016 – Sunday, Nov 13, 2016

3 – 5 PM

The Witte Museum

3801 Broadway St., San Antonio, Texas 78209

210-357-1900    Visit Website

VISUAL ARTS

Alamo City Comic Con

Friday, Oct 28, 2016 – Sunday, Oct 30, 2016

Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center

900 E Market St, San Antonio, Texas 78205

Visit Website

Art In The Garden – Alyson Shotz

Thursday, Jun 30, 2016 – Monday, Jun 19, 2017

San Antonio Botanical Garden

555 Funston Pl, San Antonio, Texas 78209

Visit Website

Exhibition Opening: Carlos Merida

Friday, Jul 8, 2016 – Sunday, Jan 29, 2017

San Antonio Museum of Art

200 West Jones Ave, San Antonio, Texas 78215

210-978-8100    Visit Website

Girl’s Eye View  / $10 Adult, $8 Seniors And Children (6-17)

Friday, Jul 29, 2016 – Monday, Oct 31, 2016

Monday to Saturday: 9:00am – 5:00pm.; Sunday: 12:00pm to 5:00pm.

UTSA Institute of Texan Cultures

801 E. Cesar E. Chavez Blvd., San Antonio, TX 78205

210-458-2300    Visit Website

FOTOSEPTIEMBRE USA SAFOTO

Friday, Aug 26, 2016 – Friday, Sep 30, 2016

Galleries and Exhibition Venues throughout San Antonio and the Texas Hill Country.

333 West Olmos Drive #103, San Antonio, Texas 78212

Visit Website

 

Telling Tales: Contemporary Narrative Photography  / $20 Adults, $15 Seniors/Students, Free For Members, <19 Yo, Current Military

Wednesday, Sep 28, 2016 – Sunday, Jan 8, 2017

the McNay Art Museum

6000 North New Braunfels, San Antonio, Texas 78209

(210) 824-5368    Visit Website

 

CLASSES & LECTURES

 

Voices Of The West: Adrienne Keene

Thursday, Sep 29, 2016 – Thursday, Sep 29, 2016

6:30-7:30pm

Briscoe Western Art Museum

210 W. Market Street, San Antonio, TX 78205

210-299-4499    Visit Website

 

For more events happening in San Antonio, go to visitsanantonio.com/events. If you live in the area, or just visiting, see what the city has in store. Enjoy the rest of your Friday, be blessed.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

featured image: wallpapersdesk.info

@ The Event: London

August 19 / 16

Good Morning and Happy Friday! No more @ The Museum….it is now @ The Event. Today we’re visiting across the pond in London, England. Lots of things are always happening in London…..


(cred: visitlondon.com & music festival wizard)

ART/PHOTOGRAPHY, ETC..

William Kentridge: Thick Time ♦ September 21, 2016 – January 15, 2017 / Whitechapel Art Gallery / 80-82 Whitechapel High Street London E1 7QX / +44 (0) 20 7522 7888 / www.whitechapelgallery.org

Discover the South African artist’s fascinating works with William Kentridge: Thick Time at the Whitechapel Gallery, his first major solo exhibition in the UK.

Known for his drawings, theatre productions and films, Kentridge also specialises in complex installations. The exhibition features six large-scale works created between 2003 and 2016, which gives an insight into the artist’s vision throughout his career

Abstract Expressionism at Royal Academy of Arts ♦ September 24, 2016 – January 2, 2017 / Burlington House London W1J 0BD / +44 (0) 20 7300 8000 / www.royal.academy.org.uk

Rediscover one of the greatest art movements of the 20th century with Abstract Expressionism at the Royal Academy of Arts.

Micheal Clark Company: New York 2016 ♦ October 6-15, 2016 / The Barbican Theatre / Silk St. London EC2Y 8DS / www.barbican.org.uk/theatre

Catch the return of Michael Clark Company at the Barbican Theatre with New Work 2016.

After opening Glastonbury’s Pyramid Stage last year, Michael Clark Company returns to the Barbican stage where they last performed two years ago, with a new dance production.

Wonderlab: The Satoil Gallery ♦ October 12 – January 1, 2020 / Science Museum, London / Exhibition Road London SW7 2DD / +44 870 870 4868 / www.sciencemuseum.org.uk

Spark your curiosity in the Science Museum’s new permanent gallery Wonderlab: The Statoil Gallery.

Museums @ Night ♦ October 27-29, 2016 / museumsatnight.org.uk

Soak up some culture after dark with Museums at Night, as museums and galleries across London throw open their doors after hours during the three-day biannual festival.

With late-night exhibitions and a range of talks, guided tours and special events, Museums at Night is a fantastic opportunity to enjoy London’s culture and history in a new light.

The Radical Eye: Modernist Photograph From the Sir Elton John Collection @ Tate Modern ♦ November 10 – May 7, 2018 / Tate Modern / Bankside London SE1 9TG / +44 (0) 20 7887 8888 / www.tate.org.uk

See great masterpieces of modernist photography with The Radical Eye: Modernist Photography from the Sir Elton John Collection at Tate Modern.

Showcasing a selection of rare vintage prints from the 1920s to the 1950s, all collected by Sir Elton John through his lifetime, the exhibition features more than 150 photographs from 60 artists.

Design Museum Opening ♦ November 24, 2016 – January 1, 2020 / Design Museum 224-238 Kensington High Street Kensington London W8 6AG / +44 (020) 7940 8783 / designmuseum.org

Delve into the fascinating world of contemporary design as the Design Museum reopens in an impressive new building in Kensington.

 

FASHION

London Fashion Weekend AW16 @ Saatchi Gallery ♦ September 22-25, 2016 / Saatchi Gallery / Duke of York’s HQ Kings Road London SW3 4SQ / +44 (0) 20 7823 2363 / www.saatchigallery.com

Experience a day out as a fashion insider with the London Fashion Weekend at Saatchi Gallery.

 

MUSIC

         

Aug 28 2016 / South West Four (SW4) 2016 / London, UK

 

South West Four 2016 / London, UK /August 27-28, 2016

 

THEATRE 

Dreamgirls @ The Savoy Theatre ♦ November 19, 2016 – March 11, 2017 / The Strand London WC2R 0ET / +44 844 871 7687 / www.savoytheatre.org

Discover the revolutionary sound of 1960s America as the Tony Award-winning musical, Dreamgirls, bursts onto the stage at the Savoy Theatre.

Glee star Amber Riley makes her West End début as Effie White

 

OTHER

The Lord Mayor’s Show ♦ November 12, 2016 / www.lordmayorsshow.london

Cheer on the new mayor and the spectacular procession, as they wind their way between Bank and Aldwych for The Lord Mayor’s Show.

The Lord Mayor’s Show dates back to 1215, when King John granted a charter allowing the citizens of London to elect their own mayor.

Lots of choices, lots of activities, and a whole lotta fun too. So if you’re in London, make a stop to visit. If you want to know what’s happening in London for the next few months go to www.visitlondon.com for information.

Enjoy the rest of your Friday, be blessed.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

featured image: www.siwallpaperhd.com

Scene Wednesday: VONA Voices & Arts & Letters

February 17 / 16

Hey there again! If you have inching writing fingers this could be for you!


(cred: University of Miami and Georgia College)

VONA Voices Writing Workshop for Writers of Color

Where do writers of color go:

  • For community?
  • For support?
  • For growth?
  • For mentoring with renowned writers of color?

University of Miami’s VONA/Voices Summer Writing Workshop

Join Patricia Smith, M.Evelina Galang, Tananarive Due, Willie Perdomo, David Mura, Faith Adiele, Elmaz Abinader, Minal Hakratwala, Andrew X. Pham, and more in a week-long workshop on

June 19 – 25 & June 26 – July 2

Applications are available via our website January 1 (you still have a chance!)

For more information: www.as.miami.edu/VONA

University of Miami / College of Arts & Sciences

 


 

ANNOUNCING THE 18TH ANNUAL  ARTS & LETTERS PRIZES COMPETITION

Rumi Poetry Prize & Fiction Prize / Susan Atefat Creative Nonfiction Prize

Prizes judge include

  • Carol Frost (poetry)
  • Faith Adiele (creative nonfiction)
  • Kate Christensen (fiction)

Prize Winners receive $1,000 each and publication in Arts & Letters

Non-Winning entries are considered for regular publication

Submit online between February 1 and March 31

www.artsandletters.gcsu.edu

Visit us at AWP Booth 906!

 

 

 

If your interested, you know what to do…..enjoy the rest of your Wednesday and be blessed!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

photo cred: unknown, en.wikipedia.org, and www6.miami.edu

 

Shadowbox Off for the Christmas Holidays!

12.1.15

Hello again! Shadowbox will be gone for the Christmas Holidays and I wanted to make sure you guys will receive this reminder. 

These are the dates: December 21, 2015 – January 4, 2016

There will be an early Editor’s Desk posted on December 31.

Again, just to let you readers know what’s going on at Shadowbox! I always try to keep my readers up-to-date!

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featured image cred: mrwallpaper.com

Crimson Peak Fan Contest 2015 Is Closed!

August 16, 2015

In honor of Universal’s & Legendary’s upcoming film Crimson Peak, Shadowbox is holding its first fan art and writing contest! The film will premiere Friday, October 16, 2015. This contest is purely simple just follow these rules…..

Set in Cumbria, in a crumbling mansion in a largely rural and mountainous region of northern England in the 19th century, young author Edith Cushing  falls in love and marries Sir Thomas Sharpe  but then discovers that her charming new husband is not who he appears to be. His home harbors ghostly, mysterious entities, which he and his sister, Lady Lucille Sharpe, desperately and fiercely try to hide.

The Rules

1. Watch Trailer

2. Choose by creating your art or your story! 

Fan Art: You can illustrate the characters from the film. You may use pencil, color pencil, pastel, and watercolor. Size: It can be either 8″ x 11″ or 12″ x 9″. NO DIGITAL ARTWORK! I’M ASKING FOR GOOD ‘OL OLDSCHOOL ARTWORK!

Fan Fiction:  Create your fan fiction, like short stories or poetry on the characters of the film. Word count for short stories: 1,500 or less. Poetry: Doesn’t have to be no type of line or stanza.

Eligibility: Competition is open to legal residents of the United States, 18 yrs of age and older.
Competition begins August 17, 2015 @ 8:00 AM Eastern Standard Time and ends October 2, 2015 @12:00 AM Eastern Standard Time. You can send the artwork and writing to my email address: illustrates2@outlook.com.
  • First Prize: 2 Gift Cards from Fandango (One for Artwork, one for Short Story or Poem) to see the film & your featured artwork or short story or poem on Shadowbox
  • Second Prize: a poster of the film & your featured artwork or short story or poem on Shadowbox
 It’s nothing too big, I just want to start small and go from there. Just simple.
Visit www.crimsonpeakmovie.com. Let the contest begin!
featured image and others courtesy of indierevolver.com and www.hitflix.com, synopsisplot: Paul Shirley, JoBlo.com. Characters are property of Legendary Pictures & Universal Studios

Summer Spotlight Artist 2015: Saulius

August 17 2015

Morning all! Saulius is this Summer’s Spotlight Artist and he is a talent to watch for. Here is the artist in his own words.


 

Hello, I’m Saulius. I’m a 25 yr-old artist from Lithuania. It all began in school, when I would get bored during class, I would start sketching. It was 5 years ago, when I drew my first sketch, which you see below.

 

My friends saw my drawings and encouraged and motivated me to give it a try. They suggested that I try tattoos, but I was never interested in that, so I started to draw portraits of people. I was surprised by how well I drew them. I made this first portrait, the first portrait I was paid for.

 

When I acquired more skills, I was interested in anamorphic and 3D illusions on paper. The first drawing I made were from my own eyes and then I would use my phone camera to correct these drawings, like this one here.

 

I was practising with photorealistic drawings, things from still life. Years later I decided to make my first color drawing, with color pencils and soft pastels. I made Super Mario in 3D on paper and I began to get a better understanding about anamorphic art. People began to really like the Mario portrait.

 

After a few weeks, I had the desire to make more anamorphic art and then I began to take that art to the streets. My routine started after work. Once I got off work, I would go home to get the materials I needed. I would take one of my drawings as a market, using only chalk and charcoal to make this drawing in the picture below.

 

It took two days to complete. A journalist from the city newspaper saw me working on the drawing and decided right away to take a photo and write a story about it. By the time I got to my job Monday, I was told about my art work near the school. They called it a “monster.” The directors of the school said that I need to clean this art from the ground, because it scared the children, but I didn’t listen. I got support from a lot of people.

 

 

A few weeks later I took to the streets again. I began to draw with colors to improve my skills and this time I chose Super Mario so that my work wouldn’t frighten the children. When summer was over, I drew my first piece of art in the shopping center and continued to improve my skills with 3D art on paper.

 

I always prefered to make art with something more mystic and scary, to attract more people. During the winter, I would work on 3D art at home. Take a look at this video to see how it’s all done:

By this point, I was drawing 3D portraits of cars, movie characters, you name it. In Summer of last year, I was getting invitations to organizations to draw with permanent colors of 3D street art and I had three jobs in the works. Again with permanent colors, I was making traditional methods as a street artist. My first job during the summer in Lithuania:

 

The same work after one week:

And here is the finished product:

Like I said before, because of my work, these organizations took notice and invited me. I just have to make everything in my style. With summer finished, I started to draw realistic art from still life. I would make time-lapse videos, improve my skills in pastoralism, and I have more ideas. I hope my 3D art will be better this summer. I have plans to make mystic 3D illusion art again to the streets, because it’s my passion.

In all, I like to try many techniques on wood, soft pastels, graphite, charcoal, simple pencils, color pencils, water-color, and markers. I’m in the middle of making my latest artwork.

Watch my videos here: http://www.youtube.com/user/djdrageris/videos, follow my art. I’m still learning everyday.

I hope you liked this June edition of Spotlight Artist. I have a feeling will be hearing more about Saulius for years to come. To get to know more about him you can go to www.sauliusart.portfoliobox.me. It may show in Lithuanian, so please be sure you can translate.

Come back Wednesday for some Artscene Stuff. Until then, enjoy the rest of your Monday and be blessed!

All works by Saulius Art, including featured image.