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Andy Warhol: Experiments With New Media

Lilia Ziamou | Posted 06.03.2014 | Arts
Lilia Ziamou

To garner a better understanding about Andy Warhol and his use of technology we reached out to Matt Wrbican, chief archivist at The Andy Warhol Museum to get insights on Andy Warhol's experimentation with new media.

Challenges for Women in the Arts: Reflections on the MAKERS Conference

Lia Chavez | Posted 04.20.2014 | Arts
Lia Chavez

The feminists I know are intriguing creatives, entrepreneurs, mothers and lovers; we love our lingerie and our men (not necessarily in that order), and are passionate about excellence, human dignity, empathy, collaboration and co-creation.

New Technique Makes Old Masterpiece VERY Small

LiveScience | Megan Gannon | Posted 08.06.2013 | Science

The enigmatic image is perhaps the most reproduced in art history, but it's never before been painted on such a small canvas. Using a novel nanotechn...

CoffeeTalk: Evan Roth

David Stark | Posted 08.28.2013 | Arts
David Stark

One of the artists that I've long marveled at whom always creates huge WOWS, Evan Roth, sees raw technology and the unseen inner-workings of computers and devices as his tool box for art making.

Social Media and the Unknown Artist - Part 2

Tracey Harnish | Posted 08.18.2013 | Arts
Tracey Harnish

Oliver Wasow is an artist who directs our gaze. Using vernacular photographs or unique images he has fabricated in his studio, he creates a filter through which we look. By categorizing found photographs, he much like a movie editor, directs in a subtle way a narrative story for the observer.

Social Media and the Unknown Artist

Tracey Harnish | Posted 07.10.2013 | Arts
Tracey Harnish

Every morning Oliver Wasow posts a found, un-authored photograph where a variety of his 2000+ friends comment. I had a conversation with Oliver Wasow and we discussed the value of social media in art.

WATCH: The Incredible Power Of A Single Pair Of Glasses

Mick Ebeling | Posted 06.26.2013 | TED Weekends
Mick Ebeling

2013-04-25-ebelingpullThe EyeWriter has been a journey, and due to the nature of ALS it's a never-ending one. It started in 2008, and it continues on today. I am often asked, "Why did you do it?"

Theater by Skype: a Long Distance Affairin New York

Monica Bauer | Posted 04.21.2013 | Arts
Monica Bauer

What would you give to have an intimate Skype encounter, a personal performance given directly to you, by three different actors from around the world? For the price of a decent New York City lunch, you can have that experience by attending PopUp Theatrics' Long Distance Affair.

Technology Driving Arts Attendance, Engagement and Fundraising

John M. Eger | Posted 03.06.2013 | Arts
John M. Eger

While new technology has presented its share of challenges to arts organizations, the opportunities technology has opened far outpaces the challenges. Indeed, the new and innovative solutions social media offers to the arts is unparalleled.

Imagination Becomes Reality

Janet Echelman | Posted 02.13.2013 | TED Weekends
Janet Echelman

2012-12-13-echelmanpullThere's just one thing I'd like to clarify. It sounds like I'm railing against the establishment, and their mistake of rejecting me. But here's the thing -- I don't think they were wrong.

The Art Market's Dead Reckoning

Ioannis Pappos | Posted 10.16.2012 | Arts
Ioannis Pappos

For no matter what type of regulation is introduced, risk will never be completely eliminated. The question is, how should we do this?

God, The Celebrity

Eliza Wood | Posted 11.14.2012 | Religion
Eliza Wood

The religious and irreligious alike will likely continue to be outraged by some of God's portrayals from whatever media they emerge. But with built-in audiences from here to forever, Hollywood won't be killing off God any time soon.

Eyebeam Gallery Launches Kickstarter Campaign

The Huffington Post | Katherine Brooks | Posted 08.23.2012 | Arts

We all know that funding the arts is a constant challenge, which is why we launched our Kickstarter Spotlight -- to shine a light on worthy projects t...

iPads and Panniers

Kim Witman | Posted 08.25.2012 | Home
Kim Witman

The props portion of the Giovanni notes is a curious thing, as this show sports elements from both the 18th and 21st centuries. Panniers coexist with iPads, and old-school flower bouquets mix with videocameras.

Lucas Kavner

Gallery Seeks 'Strange Bedfellows' With A Social Conscience

HuffingtonPost.com | Lucas Kavner | Posted 06.05.2012 | Home

When the Science Gallery opened in Dublin in 2008, officials expected only about 50,000 visitors a year. They got a lot more. Over a million people ha...

Dazzling QR Code Art

Posted 06.04.2012 | Arts

For a project entitled "Beautiful Traps," tech-savvy artist Yiying Lu painted dazzling and dangerous carnivorous plants with QR codes. Seven predatory...

PHOTOS: Subversive Science-Based Art Spotlights Water, Design, Sustainability

The Huffington Post | Travis Korte | Posted 06.01.2012 | Science

Water makes up around 70% percent of the Earth's surface and nearly two-thirds of our bodies, yet few people give much thought to the stuff. But a new...

Dazzling Photos Of Alternate Realities

Posted 01.23.2012 | Arts

Photography was used to capture a moment in time, to document the truth. Technology too, began as a means to further scientific truth-seeking, to make...

The Global Search for Education: The Technology Connection

C. M. Rubin | Posted 10.09.2011 | Education
C. M. Rubin

Can ancient understandings address contemporary arts curricula's growing dependence upon technology?

ART + TECHNOLOGY: Italian Masterpieces Just A Click Away

AP | ALESSANDRA RIZZO | Posted 05.25.2011 | Arts

ROME — Imagine being so close to Botticelli's Venus that you can see the strands of her blond hair, the shades of pink in her cheeks, the cracks...

Marlena Donohue: A New View of the Artist's Touch

ArtScene | Posted 05.25.2011 | Arts
ArtScene

Technology has married art in a raucous wedding where odd bedfellows will never quite 'get' each other and never quit each other either.