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Tycho on his first-ever performance in India and how a solo project evolved ... “I've always been a visual artist, since I was a kid — long before I found music. The visuals and the music come from the same place — they are both expressing a different facet of the same vision,” he says. This will be Hansen and his band's maiden
Looking Back with Aurore Eaton: Maxfield Parrish lived a long and productive life And there wasn't a home in America, hardly, that didn't have a Maxfield Parrish print … he was in the golden age of illustration. When I was in art school I admired him and he was one of my gods, and I think it's wonderful that he is being re
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Jason Burke demands excellence It's considered quite an accomplishment when an artist is afforded the opportunity to present a portfolio of his work in such a fashion that is a true reflection of his talent and the talent of his influences, mentors and muses. Such is the case with
The 50 Best Metal Albums Of 2015 In September, Iron Maiden released The Book Of Souls — a double LP that arrived 35 years after the band's first album — and it came in at #4 on the Billboard Hot 200, with first-week sales of 74,000, marking the band's best domestic debut ever. In
Kuenyehia Trust For Contemporary Art organises maiden thought leadership seminar - GhanaWeb
The Kuenyehia Trust for Contemporary Art has held its maiden thought leadership seminar on the role of the arts in the making of culture and nation-building at the Institute for Economic Affairs (IEA) in Accra. In addition to setting up and running the prestigious Kuenyehia Prize for Contemporary Ghanaian Art, the Trust also organises other events and activities, in a bid to help develop artists and by effect, the arts in Ghana. Last Wednesday, July 6, at the IEA, the seminar took the form of a panel discussion, under the theme. The four-member panel took turns to engage in lively conversation about the role that the arts in Ghana play in creating or deepening culture and building the nation. The panel - composed of Professor Kwesi Wilson, Communications Studies Lecturer at College of Alameda in California, USA. and Bright Tetteh Ackwerh, artist and winner of the 2016 Kuenyehia Prize for Contemporary Ghanaian Art – spent the evening reminding the audience and general public of the serious role the arts play in our lives. To emphasise the seriousness of the arts, Prof Wilson remarked: “Our Visual Art, Culinary Art, performing art all have to aim at becoming something that others can notice and emulate. The person who controls content, controls what you think”, warning all of the powerful effect of the arts in shaping the thinking of a nation. Nana Kofi Acquah, in agreement, painted a picture of roles that artists automatically have to play, asking “if artists don’t create space for the marginalized who will. ” Observing the reduced effort applied to that role in Ghana for some time, he reminded artists “we have to first start in a place of creative integrity as artists. Our art influences the generations. For Chef Selassie, founder of Midunu – a lifestyle company aimed at celebrating Africa’s cultural and culinary heritage, and who are behind the symbolic nomadic dining events in Accra – even things that we may take for granted, like food, provide... The rice we have come to love and enjoy in Ghana is not from here, frozen chicken is not from here, the tomatoes are from Burkina Faso,” she noted, giving a reality check on what we call “Ghanaian food”. “A lot of the stories that we young people tell are ignored”, said Bright Tetteh Ackwerh, on the role of young artists in the making of culture. He celebrated the many young ones still striving to deepen the role of arts, citing the example of AccraDotAlt – organisers of the Chale Wote Street Art Festival – and cheering them for “swerving the system” to achieve success in spite of the odds. The seminar was attended by a cross-section of the public. Artists, educators, business executives, and musicians took opportunity of the holiday to participate in the event and benefit from the enriching discussion. The seminar is part of the Kuenyehia Trust’s mandate of helping lift the arts, and was aimed at talking about the narratives that arouse the consciousness of the ordinary man. The Trust, in addition to organising the annual Kuenyehia Prize for Contemporary Ghanaian Art, organises art-related events – exhibitions, viewings, talks – all focused at the development of the arts in Ghana.www.ghanaweb.com
Zayn Malik works with Iron Maiden cover artist for fan merchandise - TV3.ie
The former One Direction singer released his debut studio album Mind of Mine in March (16), with lead single Pillowtalk becoming a global hit. com, the singer/songwriter explained his design process: "My family is from Pakistan, so having artwork in Urdu has huge significance to me," Zayn told Vogue. com, of the tees that are emblazoned with his name and the word "Mind" in the Hindustani language. For the graphic print T-shirts, the 23-year-old took inspiration from the rock bands of the '70s and '80s, and worked with legendary cover art illustrator, Mark Wilkinson of Iron Maiden fame, on the designs. "Working with Mark gave me a licence to do something exciting conceptually with a lot of colour and detail," he explained, adding that his favourite shirt in the collection has an image of him emerging out of a city engulfed in flames. "The art we created gives a nod to the vintage rock-band T-shirts but with my own concept. Although he collaborated on some garments, Zayn says the eclectic collection is a reflection of his own personal style and was created with his own wardrobe in mind. "I wanted to approach this as an opportunity to extend my ideas as an artist, and to give fans another facet of who I am," he explained.www.tv3.ie
Arriva da Maiden-Art il primo pop up store di abbigliamento Uomo del brand Roamers & Seekers di Bristol - Il Tabloid (Satira) (Comunicati Stampa) (Blog)
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