Kwame Brathwaite’s photographs fused the two mediums to push the boundaries of beauty, transforming how we define Blackness.
The order from Swan Island Dahlias arrived, filling me with heady anticipation. I’ve been thinking about them for months. I could already see those gorgeous photos from their glossy catalog transferred into my gardens; bouquets of beautiful blooms were in my future! Even though they were expensive…way more than any dahlias I’ve ordered before, […]
The Trail Animals Running Club’s ninth annual TARC Spring Classic 50K, marathon, half marathon and 10K took place on Saturday, April 20, 2019, in Weston, Mass.
It’s raining for the 4th day in a row, with a blustery wind so some of the photos for today are a bit blurry! A couple were taken during a break in the rain just as the sun was setting last eve, so the color is “off” a bit. Regardless of that, there […]
The dynamic curator Judith K. Brodsky makes a compelling case for the historical importance and profound expressions of printmaking.
My third year at Vanguard has come to an end. It has been a wild ride and a memory to last. There have been many challenges that I had faced and had to deal with some. But honestly Year 3 of college is over. I started going to a new youth group in 3rd year. […]
Usually by this seeding, I begin to wonder if there will be room for it all in the potager, gardens and borders; partly because the outdoor bench area and greenhouse are full, dozens of flats sit on un-planted raised beds, and partly because the potager’s beds, borders and the other gardens are beginning to look […]
Stedelijk Museum in Amsterdam is hosting the first-ever survey of Austrian artist Maria Lassnig (1919–2014). “Maria Lassnig — Ways of Being” runs through August 11, 2019.Lassnig is internationally regarded as one of the leading artists of the 20th century. She made her name with “Korperbewusstseinsbilder,” or “body awareness” paintings. Through these she depicted “the sensations […]
“Launched from the Lower East Side, Manhattan, in 1983 as a subscription only bimonthly publication, the Tellus cassette series took full advantage of the popular cassette medium to promote cutting-edge downtown music, documenting the New York scene and advancing experimental composers of the time – the first 2 issues being devoted to NY artists from […]
The forecast was for a rainy Monday, with possible thunderstorms, but we were blessed with sunshine the entire day! Taking advantage of the unexpectedly clear day, the Cutting Garden was next on the list to be cleaned and tidied. Since the tiny asparagus bed, planted last year, was adjacent those old stalks were cut off […]
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What a good week, mostly! The first apricot-trumpet daffodils opened, heralding in three full days of sunshine! Carrots, more peas, kohlrabi and beets were direct seeded, and the first of the broccoli plants were set into their bed. All really benefited from an overnight soaking rain and then lovely sunshine combined with 70 degree […]
Google Cloud is down on its push for enterprise customers and partners. Dana Berg, senior operating officer at SADA Systems, said: "We've seen it," said Dana Berg, a senior executive at SADA Systems, a Google premier partner headquartered in North Hollywood, Calif. It's a momentum that Google Cloud's Carolee Gearhart, VP of World Wide Channel […]
Written by Scarlett Newman, CNNTo some, Kwame Brathwaite was the “Keeper of the Images,” capturing black creativity and expression in its purest and most candid of forms. Between the late 1950s and the late 1970s, the Brooklyn native made his career documenting the burgeoning black art and political movements in New York — most notably,…
To some, Kwame Brathwaite was the “Keeper of the Images,”…
Feminist Mid-Modern Art Introduction I chose to analyze early feminist art from the mid-modern art movement dating between World War II and 1980. I chose a mix of performance art and photographs as I found many female artists during this time period had a diverse set of skills and did not limit themselves to practicing […]