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ard 517 / 30.04.2021

Seafood was a common element of the 17th century Flemish and Dutch still lifes. Shrimps, lobsters or crabs. They were a beautiful compositional element. They also showed off to the host's wealth. Beata Skorek: Still life with octopus Beata Skorek: Still life with octopus and tomatos Beata Skorek: Still life with octopus and oyster CuriosityDuring the preparations for these photos, many people knew who would be the main character of the photos. Almost everyone, when they found out about the octopus, made (almost automatically) faces and remarks (sounds) indicating disgust or slight fear of this animal. I began to wonder where this reaction...

ard548 creative futures / 18.04.2021

While searching for information on how to make a video for a kickstarter, I came across an extremely inspiring project, created by the German artist photographer Olaf Bruhn. The project concerned a calendar for 2017 and it was called Musica fantásia - an incredible photo calendar 2017. Olaf Bruhn · born 1958 • Freelance
 graphic designer, photographer and lecturer • Lecturer for image editing, layout and graphics since 1991 • Art Director at CVS, Berlin, 1994 – 1996 • Lecturer in painting and graphics, 1980 – 2000 • Special training for computer graphics • Research Studies Art Science, Humboldt University, Berlin • Studied Art and German philology, Humboldt...

ard548 creative futures / 16.04.2021

The Glyndwr University Creative Futures program features guests from across the creative industries to come and talk to students about their experiences working in their sector and their background. In this session, recorded on 15th April 2021, Graeme Park talks to Frederick Fowles, an award-winning Visual Effects specialist and Technical Animator who has worked on scores of film and TV productions including Captain Marvel, Aquaman, Tomb Raider, Black Panther, Justice League, Guardians Of The Galaxy, Batman v Superman, Captain America, Rango and more. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YTRkUJ9NeXY ...

ard548 creative futures / 15.04.2021

The artist's CV must be clear, understandable, and transparent. In this document, you present your achievements, achievements, and skills, which, together with the attached portfolio, are to impress the patron of art, gallery owner, exhibition curator, jury of the competition, i.e. anyone who needs to be interested in your work.An artistic resume is the same as an artistic resume and is prepared for the needs of the art community. It has a slightly different form than a classic CVThe layout of the artist's CV should include: -Biographic note -Education -Profecional work -Indyvidual exhibition -Colective exhibition -Publication/Bibliography -Awards/Grants/Scholarshipr -Residences -Works in collections Use the principle of reversed chronology, i.e. start...