in the spirit of Blade Runner 2049, tyler paints a sad picture of baby boomers and #climatechange weirdness
Heading back to Kensington’s super cool venue, The Facility from 2 – 5 May, to present 120 incredible artists over four days.
Presented by the world’s leading online art gallery Saatchi Art, and celebrated for its unique visitor experience, The Other Art Fair will delight and inspire art lovers with a tightly curated and distinctive program of fair features, creating a platform for the ‘unexpected’ at the fair.
Entries for the 2015 Bald Archy prize are on display at the Watson #Art Centre in Canberra. [#geekgirl]
It’s Bald Archies time again… The annual Bald Archy competition parodies Australia’s top prize for portraiture, the Archibald Prize, promoting comedy, cartoons and caricatures.
Multiple entries this year drew inspiration from American celebrity Kim Kardashian’s famous photo which sent social media into overdrive, supposedly “breaking the internet”.
The winner of the 2015 Bald Archy Prize will be announced on July 24.
Editor’s note: My favourite so far is Andrew Bolt with egg on his face.! IKR.
“We’re blisteringly pleased to inform you all that Pluto, our latest game based transmedia project with Dreaming Methods, has been shortlisted for The Space’s Open Call Competition. Out of a field of approximately 600 submissions, our project has made the grade. The next step is working with our designated Associate Producer, Maria Bota, to further develop our proposal. Exciting times!
And this awesomey news comes off the back of non-stop weeks of productive exhibiting/working, as well as shiny confirmation of brand-spanking new 2015 projects…[including]…the launch of our “teaser site” for Pluto, with a video preview and sign-up available for when the project is released [make sure to press the “Teleport” button after deets are entered]. We’ve been gobsmackingly astounded by how many of you want to experience Pluto [so many of you have given us generous feedback].”
“The new ARCHIVE OF DIGITAL ART (former Database of Virtual Art) goes Web 2.0! Artists, scholars and scientists are invited to actively contribute to the archive and to work collaboratively on the documentation and analysis of digital art.
The ARCHIVE OF DIGITAL ART has recently undergone an extensive turn in terms of technology and usability: In the course of a relaunch, the already established database and its team aim at evaluating and implementing cutting-edge web tools to align with the expanding needs of artists and scholars. New functionalities will be tested and implemented and will incorporated the invaluable input of a growing number of interested individuals. In return, artists, scholars and the interested public will benefit not only from the extensive efforts in documentation, which are accomplished by the ADA since its beginnings, but also from an improved, collaborative tool that reflects on the multifarious aspects of Digital Art.”