Color Our Collections: coloring pages from some unexpected sources

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#ColorOurCollections was a project started by The New York Academy of Medicine Library in order to provide an outlet for free coloring pages from libraries, archives, and other cultural institutions from around the world. It’s the wide range of contributors that makes this a pretty interesting project – the 2017 edition of this offering had […]

Mind’s Eye Programs at the Guggenheim

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I learned something new today about the Guggenheim’s programming at the museum: they have a program called “Mind’s Eye,” which provides tours and workshops for visitors who are blind or have low vision. The Mind’s Eye programs are led by arts and education professionals who utilize verbal descriptions, conversations, sensory experiences, and creative practices in […]

New graffiti game review by the Bushwick Daily

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Yesterday we released a new game called The Graffiti Challenge, in which you play as a NYC graffiti artist who travels between Manhattan, Williamsburg and Bushwick in order to look for locations to paint graffiti and to observe graffiti made by real-world graffiti artists. Today, the game was reviewed by Jacque Medina at the Bushwick […]

Disassembling farm equipment and making it into art

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I received a press release from the Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts in Omaha, Nebraska, regarding an upcoming exhibition featuring the work of David Brooks. The show is titled “Continuous Service Altered Daily,” and the artist has taken apart a 1976 John Deere 3300 series combine harvester and displays every part – electrical wiring, nuts, […]