Low level employment
I always have conflicts, and sometimes they are really complex. The latest one that I seem to be aware of greatly is the servants’ issue. Should we have or not have servants? Why should a person do your dirty work that even you wouldn’t like to do? For eg clean your toilets, your used dishes, or look after a pukey, whiney, crying baby?
I hate to subject a certain class of people to very lowly, menial jobs, and I always am very…Continue
Added by neha singh on May 6, 2012 at 2:04pm — No Comments
I want to start this blog with the plea that those people who visit ashrams or have a spiritual bent of mind should not be condemned or termed different. I’ve been trying very hard to stand up to the prejudice that an ashram is a sad place where sad things happen. This is just not true. An ashram is a hygienic place, where you get good, healthy food and the hospitality is great and you get to meet some of the most independent, intellectual and knowledgeable people. It is also the only place…Continue
Here are some thoughts about taking the first steps towards realising your own creative potential - whilst supporting others to do the same.
Having made a start the next problem is often about maintaining that commitment. Creative development is a journey of incremental steps and it is inevitable that they’ll be setbacks on the way. (One step forward and two back is a natural, but not inevitable, state of affairs). However, I…
Added by David Richmond on April 23, 2012 at 6:27am — No Comments
Weddings: Why do we attend weddings?
A wedding is a great time to reflect on your status in life. If you’re single and want to settle, it is a good experience to watch how others go about doing the business. Weddings are also a place where you can let your hair down, meet…Continue
Added by neha singh on April 20, 2012 at 6:18pm — No Comments
I've been working to establish a simple programme of creative development that can be used by people at any stage of their creative journey and that can be adapted successfully by individuals, organisations and networks. The groundwork has been done and I'm now starting out on the process. In addition to using the process myself I am also supporting: an organisation, a team of arts practitioners and a leadership network. What's more it's an open process so…
A short stop animation video of schools visiting our small studio to watch and experience the glass.
My wife and I open our hearts to the children (and adults) who are in awe of our creative process. Some return years later…Continue
Added by Wayne Harjula on April 3, 2012 at 4:07pm — No Comments
The ARTErra is a rural art residency structure that support and encourage artistic creation and
Housed in a remarkably small rural village, you will find in ARTErra physical spaces and tools
for the reception of the project / proposal of the artist or collective of different artistic
In addition to a house with several recreational areas and facilities, the ARTErra has a "creation
yard" area where are the work spaces (sound studio…
Received confirmation that I will be a featured Artist for the TJ Martell Foundation's "Artworks for the Cure 2012" this year. I donated one of my earlier sculptures for the event & happy that my work will be shown with such great names as Yoko Ono & Mick Fleetwood who also had given their art for the benefit.
Added by Mark Langan on March 31, 2012 at 3:47pm — No Comments
My art can be quite time consuming and involves many time upwards of thousands of individual pieces that have to be cut, dry fit and glued one piece at a time. While creating a recent sculpture for a client in California (Eco-Logic Brand) I decided to do something that was not obviously new to most people but new to me. I placed a digital camera on tripod and took progression photo's of my art being created from start to finish. When completed I had the assistance of my daughter who took…Continue
Added by Mark Langan on March 31, 2012 at 3:30pm — No Comments
Choreography by Alaine Handa in collaboration with the dancers
Dancers: Lauren Calzolaio, Tsubasa Ogawa
Film: "I am a TCK" directed/produced by Alaine Handa, Film editing by Nicholas Fox & Alaine Handa; Nikki Felt appears in this film clip
For more information about A.H. Dance Company please visit…
Added by Alaine Handa on March 23, 2012 at 2:53am — No Comments
The ARTErra is a rural art residency structure that support and encourage artistic creation and production.
Housed in a remarkably small rural village, you will find in ARTErra physical spaces and tools for the reception of the project / proposal of the artist or collective of different artistic disciplines.
In addition to a house with several recreational areas and facilities, the ARTErra has a "creation yard" area where are the work spaces (sound studio and booth…
Added by ARTErra on March 19, 2012 at 8:18am — No Comments
Added by Chirenje[Red don] on March 10, 2012 at 2:51pm — No Comments
Ik ontmoette Shefqet op een kunstenaars website in het voorjaar 2011. Bij het zien van zijn werk was ik gelijk verkocht. Op slag was ik verliefd op zijn penseelstreek en zijn kleurgebruik. En dat terwijl ik toch heel veel…Continue
Added by Shefqet Avdush Emini on February 20, 2012 at 3:40am — No Comments
« Perseverance » is the fourth of the series of segues composed to join the tracks of…Continue
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« Understanding » is the third segue in the series that I have written…Continue
Added by Christopher Stewart on January 21, 2012 at 12:26pm — No Comments
I have recently learned that the Iconic Dragon seems to be as not a part of Japan culture/Stories as is in China. Of the few Marionettes i've constructed, two particularly sprang forth with a story in mind.. an Asian Woman and Asian Dragon. Though i'd prefer a doll sized Kimono made by an expert to be worn by the one, [ best effort did i use to sew one accordingly]. Her title is "Kasumi". The Dragon i had sewn some red sequin-ny fabric for its body. Also i realize…Continue
Added by peter noer on January 9, 2012 at 11:41am — No Comments
New Year Diary: 31st December, 2011
I had a great New Year at Goregaon’s Filmcity park, actually, more of a forest. It was with the BNHS, at the BNHS conservatory inside Filmcity’s premises. Luckily, after reaching late to be able to stay awake till 12 am, I really enjoyed my evening with…Continue
Added by neha singh on January 2, 2012 at 6:40am — No Comments
This is our latest attempt to showcase unexplored cultural side of the capital. This tour takes you to a Tibetan settlement in North Delhi. It is said that it feels more like Tibet in this settlement, than in Tibet itself…Continue
Added by Piyush Nangru on December 17, 2011 at 8:53am — No Comments
Added by Shefqet Avdush Emini on December 5, 2011 at 10:41am — No Comments