Creative Recreation

09 Dec 18
Vitamin Amy

I recently have rediscovered my love for writing, which is why I decided to resurrect the Supplement with Vitamin Amy Blog. Although I have been feeling considerably creatively charged on the surface, I still had a hard time brainstorming new content ideas that I would actually enjoy writing about, and that you guys would enjoy […]

09 Dec 18
The Terror of Knowing

Welcome folks to the twenty-sixth round of Down the TBR Hole! For those of you who have no idea what I’m talking about, check out the previous posts via the tag or check out Lia at Lost in a Story who is the creator of this wonderful meme/project. I’m trying to make this a regular feature of my blogging schedule […]

09 Dec 18
Video Media: Year 2

Upon studying certain practitioners in class and doing my own personal research I decided to explore the world of “video art”. In particular, my main focus when exploring this type of video work is immersive and interactive pieces of video that could be displayed/installed in a galley or exhibition. My attention was originally drawn to […]

09 Dec 18
Social News XYZ

By Subhash K. Jha Mumbai, Dec 10 (IANS) Kedarnath director Abhishek Kapoor is no stranger to ups and down in his career. If “Kai Po Che” and “Rock On” established him as a director of substance, “Fitoor” brought him down with a thud. But now with his new film “Kedarnath”, Abhishek is riding high again. […]

09 Dec 18
Lifestyle Ev

The living room has been hoovered along with the kitchen, handles on doors and light switches have been sanitised and polished, the dog has been groomed and taken out for a walk and I don’t think I can possibly postpone writing this post for much longer today before deciding against it all-together. It’s been round-about […]

09 Dec 18
Coogs Reviews

It may be controversial of me to say this, but there hasn’t been a truly excellent Spider-Man film since Spider-Man 2. Sure Tom Holland’s version is great and was used well in Captain America: Civil War and Avengers: Infinity War, but for stand alone Spider-Man films, they’ve ranged from the okay (Spider-Man 3 and Spider-Man: […]

09 Dec 18
Arkadeep Mukhopadhyay

Every student has a list of subjects which they should study. But, there often lies subjects outside of that list which are their favorites but unfortunately are unrelated to their career. Trying to study effectively poses weird new challenges. Having faced this ever since I stepped out of school and stepped into, you know, medical […]

09 Dec 18
Insane Throttle Biker News

by Kirsty Law Motorcycle clubs have been around since the beginning of the motorcycle itself and have also played a humongous part in the creation of motorcycling culture. Motorcycle clubs are scattered all over the world, from Europe and the USA to the streets of Australia. Where there are motorcycles, there are motorcycle clubs. So […]

09 Dec 18
Mental Health coping skills blog by leif gregersen

Well, I have fallen into the good habit of trying to spend as much time outside as I can possibly manage. One of the benefits of this is that I see a lot of sunsets and sunrises, and to my great surprise after living in Edmonton most of my life is that they really are […]

09 Dec 18
Coffee Shop Classroom

PROJECT-BASED LEARNING: PBL WHAT IS IT? Project Based Learning is an educational approach to engage students to solve a real-life problem, placed in the context of a project, that is worked on, managed, and solved by students (with adult guidance), for a period of time.  Whenever I can incorporate PBL and Design-Thinking into my classroom […]

09 Dec 18
Ellie's Visual Research

One of the main features of the Gallery is a recreation of the two London studios of famed artist Eduardo Paolozzi. Paolozzi is well known for his sculptures and collages which were also on show at the Gallery, his studio allows the public to have insight into his life during the creation of his most […]

09 Dec 18
alexanderadamsart

[Image: (c) 2018 Peter Kuper] Kafkaesque is a new book by graphic artist Peter Kuper featuring stories by Franz Kafka. Kuper, whose previous graphic novel Ruins won an Eisner Award in 2016, has produced black-and-white woodcut-style illustrations for 14 stories by Kafka. Kafka wrote stories in different forms. There were lengthy allegories, stories in the […]

08 Dec 18
Ioni Allan Visual Research

The piece is entitled Le Temps menaçant by René Magritte. As part of another module I studied Magritte as part of a trompe l’oeil series of photographs I was created, so I found this piece fascinating. Magritte is known for being a leading member of the surrealist movement, including his trompe l’oeil skill and deadpan […]