All posts tagged: Fall 2018

Just In Update*: Artsty Shark Looking for Featured Artists

10.27.18 Just saw this information recently. Artsy Shark is looking for Featured Artists for their website. The deadline is November 1. So for those of you who would or want to be featured, this is your opportunity! Here are the details from their website… Credit source: Artsy Shark   Artsy Shark is seeking 48 artists to feature and promote in the coming months and has issued a Call for Artists to receive submissions. Artists creating work that falls into the categories of painting, drawing, sculpture, clay, fiber, glass, wood, printmaking, jewelry and other mediums are invited to apply for consideration. Featured articles present each artist’s story, inspiration, technique, and portfolio. All features are promoted heavily through social media and email to our wide audience. Each article is permanent, and always shareable. Since 2010, more than 1,200 artist features have been published, and are viewable in our “Featured Artist Gallery” which can be found here. Selection is made through a competitive juried process, with a fee of $20 to apply. Not all artists will be selected. Artists who …

Books to Read for Fall 2018

9. 20. 18 September 22, this Saturday will be the first day of Fall. Temperatures are starting to get a little cooler, well in some places, and it’s time to find some new books to read. Found this article titled The Top 20 Most Anticipated Books of Fall 2018, written by Ashley Johnson for Parade and there a few books I want to get. Take a look at this list of those books that are getting some attention. Credit source: Ashley Johnson for Parade  As the season begins to change and the temperatures cool down, a new season of books comes with it. From dark and magical YA novels to sweet romance and everything in between, these are the most anticipated books of fall. The Dinner List by Rebecca Serle Sabrina’s 30th birthday is surely cause for celebration in this new novel. Surrounded by her best friend, a few people from her past and, surprisingly, Audrey Hepburn, Sabrina is unsure of what to think of this seemingly magical dinner. As the six begin to mingle, they’ll …

MidWeek Update: Sotheby’s Institute of Art

6. 20. 18 Hump Wednesday and time for a midweek update. I found some information about Sotheby’s Institute of Art. It is now accepting applications for the Fall 2018 Master’s Program. Here are some details about the program… Credit source: Sotheby Institute of Art About Sotheby’s Institute Evolving from a small connoisseurship program begun by Sotheby’s Auction House in 1969 Sotheby’s Institute is now the leader in art business education and object based learning.   THE ART WORLD AT YOUR FINGERTIPS Our online courses are distinct. You will get real-time access to expert instructors, build a global network, choose from a variety of topics, and earn a certificate of completion – all from the leader in art business education since 1969.   Our 6-week and 8-week courses cover a wide-range of topics, including:   – Art Business – Art History – Collecting – Contemporary Art – Curating – Investing – Navigating Today’s Art World – Valuation – Writing for the Art World   You have a choice to study in London, New York, or Los Angeles or even online. …

Cool: Suspiria (2018)

6. 6. 18 A remake of an old horror classic…Suspiria.     A young American dancer travels to Europe to perfect her dancing in a renowned dance academy. She quickly comes to unravel the academy’s sinister history when a series of grisly murders ensue. The film stars Dakota Johnson, Tilda Swinton, and Chloe Grace Moretz. Take a look at the teaser trailer… The original Suspiria came out in 1977 and was directed by Italian horror great Dario Argento. I haven’t seen the original, but it needs to be on my list. This remake will be in theaters November 2, 2018.  Enjoy your Thursday, be blessed.   Image source: Imdb & Screenrant