Entertainment

Museums

The musée Art Ludique – Museum for entertainment in Paris opens with Pixar show

The musée Art Ludique – Museum for entertainment in Paris opens with Pixar show

Posted November 11th, 2013

3D, Animation, Entertainment, France, Museums

The musée Art Ludique, the world’s first museum for the art of entertainment has opened in Paris on 16 November 2013, with the exhibition entitled “Pixar, 25 ans d’animation (Pixar, 25 Years of Animation)”. The musée Art Ludique. From their website: “Les Docks en Seine,… Read More

TV

Behind the Virtual Stage of “The Gamblers”

Behind the Virtual Stage of “The Gamblers”

Posted August 21st, 2012

3D, Entertainment, Interactive Art, Internet, Technology, TV

“The opening gambit of new web series “The Gamblers”, an innovative show from Fourth Wall Studios lets — or practically forces — viewers to place grisly bets on which characters will live or die. The Underwire had a look behind the scenes of the show:… Read More

Museums

Are Museums Trying To Overwhelm Visitors?

Are Museums Trying To Overwhelm Visitors?

Posted April 20th, 2012

Entertainment, Museums

Museums Want to Entertain You (and That’s Not a Bad Thing). A new exhibition at the Nelson-Atkins in Kansas City uses technology without going too far. Hampton Stevens writes at The Atlantic: “Once, art museums were like fortresses. They were built of stone atop forbidding… Read More

Videos

Galactica: Sabotage

Galactica: Sabotage

Posted March 10th, 2010

Copyright, Entertainment, Music, Popculture, TV, Videos

Copied almost shot-for-shot from the Beastie Boys’ ‘Sabotage’ video. – This is the big hit on the interwebs today, folks! And it must have been a lot of work to get it right. Whoever made this doesn’t have the copyright for the song or the… Read More

Shows

An arresting art show

An arresting art show

Posted March 8th, 2010

Entertainment, Pop Art, Shows

Dangerous Minds: “L.A. artist Rachel Schmeidler takes celebrity mug shots and renders them in a Warholian style. The results are simultaneously amusing, thought-provoking and chock-full of schadenfreude! Included in the show are mug shots of Charlie Sheen, Paris Hilton, Elvis Presley, Frank Sinatra, Lenny Bruce,… Read More

Museums

Arts Leadership – Big Musical Questions, and Some Answers

Arts Leadership – Big Musical Questions, and Some Answers

Posted February 19th, 2010

Business, Discussions, Entertainment, Museums

NYTimes.com: ” The World Economic Forum convened a panel discussion at Carnegie Hall Thursday on arts leadership. The focus? “The role and responsibilities of cultural leaders and institutions in the collaborative process of development solutions to a number of challenges affecting the world.” Hmmm. The… Read More

Popculture

Illustrated Celebrity Tweets

Illustrated Celebrity Tweets

Posted February 19th, 2010

Entertainment, Gossip, Media, Mobile, Popculture

Odessa Begay renders a visual representation of a celeb’s 140-word message. The one above comes from Jim Carrey.The “Museum of Modern Celebrity Tweets will be updated every Tuesday unless my hands fall off and my computer explodes.”

Videos

ForYourArt Interviews Matt Groening and Mike Kelley about Gary Panter

ForYourArt Interviews Matt Groening and Mike Kelley about Gary Panter

Posted February 14th, 2010

Cartoons, Comics, Design, Documentaries, Entertainment, TV, Videos

ForYourArt: “Gary Panter is a great example of an artist at home in many different worlds. He moves between entertainment, art, and comics with grace and ease. His friends and colleagues Matt Groening and Mike Kelley pay tribute to him in the video above. FYA… Read More

Entertainment

A New Message About The Arts

A New Message About The Arts

Posted January 26th, 2010

Business, Discussions, Entertainment

Real Clear Arts: “Let’s give credit to the Fine Arts Fund in Cincinnati. In the belief that funding for the arts — private and public — has hit a “plateau that has little to do with the current economy,” the group began a study of… Read More