Designer Workshop

20 Apr 19
India Tours

Generally acknowledged as the Jewel of West India, Gujarat is chock full of culture and heritage. Boasting the longest coastline in India, this state is blessed with blue waters of the Arabian Sea, dense green forests, delightful landscapes and relaxed cities. During your journey to Gujarat, you can not only come across the world’s largest […]

20 Apr 19
Katophrane Relic

The Thundrik’s Profiteers Expansion was provided for review by Games Workshop Ltd. I’d like to take a moment to thank the entire team for affording us the opportunity to review these Duardin! Thundrik’s Profiteers Backstory Bjorgen Thundrik and his crew of skyfarers were not the first among the Kharadron Overlords to search for Shadespire. The […]

20 Apr 19
alex getting lost

The day before I arrived in Marseille, two buildings collapsed. The townhouses had been on the brink of tumbling down for years, but there’s no real guidelines from the government here about what makes a structure ‘liveable,’ and it’s estimated that around 40,000 of the city’s residential buildings are unsafe or unfit to live in. […]

20 Apr 19
My smart blog 2184

The Sickest Display Room In The North East There was this very sloppy, incredibly shaggy, blonde-haired kid in my very first grade class named Kurt who spent the whole day drawing superheroes on yellow building and construction paper with brown and red crayons. Regardless of what our assignment was, he was all like, "F#$% this. […]

20 Apr 19
Janine Sews

I’ve admired this pattern for a long time and it was on my wish list. When Pattern Review offered me a free pattern as a thank you for managing a contest, I finally got my Kalle!

19 Apr 19

Hello Everybody, I cannot contain my excitement for todays offering… It is one of my favourite (if not the favourite) hilts I have built. And I have sort of built it twice! Twice! Let me explain…way back in January you may recall I teased a hilt for Thor, where I described it as a “crossguard” […]

19 Apr 19
paper cat press

Time for another Weekly Roundup! Read the latest blog post for an updated list of gigs, opportunities, jobs, scholarships, and more for animators, illustrators, writers, and beyond!

19 Apr 19
Ko Festival of Performance

Sunday, July 21 at 8pm – One Show Only!
Special All-Ages Event

Directed by RALPH LEE

The Mettawee River Theatre Company has spent two years preparing a new version of THE RING DOVE, which they first performed  in 1988. An allegorical tale about is drawn from THE PANCHATANTRA, a collection of stories whose origins reach back over 2,000 years, to ancient India.  The central characters are a crow, a rat, a turtle and a gazelle, whose behavior and relationships reflect many aspects of human nature. The production tells the story of the creatures’ growth in friendship with each other, as they achieve strength and harmony through cooperation and understanding.

The production will incorporate an array of giant figures, puppets, and masks and will be performed out under the stars in a landscape permeated with live music, song and a spirit of celebration.

On the Amherst College Observatory Lawn off of Snell Street in Amherst.
Bring blankets, lawn chairs and insect repellent, but leave the dogs at home!

Tickets: $9 Adults / $7 Children (12 & under). Cash or check only, No credit cards at the door.

No reservations necessary! (Unless the weather looks iffy on the day of the performance, in which case the rain space is the Holden  Theatre)

Running Time: Approx. 1 hour.

Mettawee’s performance at Ko is supported, in part, by the Amherst Cultural Council, a local agency supported by the Massachusetts Cultural Council, a state agency

19 Apr 19
Robb Report

Do good while living the good life at these ultra-green properties.

19 Apr 19
Chantal Cocher

[ENG] MAD is a fashion and design platform based in Brussels. Its purpose is to raise social awareness around Belgian designers who mainly (maybe solely) have sustainable processes and production or the entire ideology. What I like about MAD? I remember the first time I got to know the organization. I attended a fashion event […]

19 Apr 19
Adafruit Industries - Makers, hackers, artists, designers and engineers!

Are you subscribed to the Adafruit Youtube channel? If you’re not already subscribed, click here! . It’s a free and easy way to keep up with our newest episodes. Here’s some of what we’re up to. Electronics Show and Tell Wednesdays 7:30pm G+ Hangout On-Air Electronics show and tell with G+ On-Air hangouts every […]

19 Apr 19
Helen Riddle Artist

It’s almost exactly one year since I moved into my studio at The Art House, Wakefield, and what a year it’s been! I thought I’d show you around a bit, and introduce you to a few people, as this wonderfully creative place has been hugely important in lots of different ways in helping me to […]

19 Apr 19
Emergent Thinkers

“Pirates didn’t just break the rules; they rewrote them. They didn’t just reject society, they reinvented it. Pirates didn’t just challenge the status-quo, they changed everyf*ckingthing” (Sam Conniff Allende, 2018). This quote from the author of the 2018 best-selling book ‘Be More Pirate’ embedded in an email invitation to his workshop stole my attention. 48 […]

19 Apr 19
The Clothesline

By TOMA   Date: April 18th, 2019 Place: Ceiling Hall, Main Campus Event: GADA, Georgia Architectural Design Association Hall of Fame Ceremony 2019 Awardee: Dr. John H. Leo, DDAR, RSD, MA Applause as a gentleman walks onto the stage Dr. Jonathan Walyes, AAID, Introduction: I want to thank all of you for coming here on […]