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Name Papillion Institute of Art ARTE:ZINELocation Los AngelesFirst Post December 2009
ARTE:ZINE is a contemporary art zine run by the Papillion Institute of Art in Los Angeles. Established in the spring of 2010, PIA is a multi-disciplinary art space and gallery exhibiting emerging and established artists. Committed to education through the arts, PIA provides art workshops and classes year round taught by volunteer professionals and working artists. PIA TV is their online art network dedicated to creating and producing original web series based on art and the culture around it. The institute is also home to interactive projects like live streamed art openings, live streamed artist talks, and a short film screening series.
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Zach Klein Working on the internet now so he can live in the woods later.
Hyper Geography “What in the history of thought may be seen as a confusion or an overlapping is often the precise moment of the dramatic impulse.” – Raymond Williams
Photo: Installation by Megan Geckler, currently on view at the Papillion Institute of Art.

staff:

Name Papillion Institute of Art ARTE:ZINE
Location Los Angeles
First Post December 2009

ARTE:ZINE is a contemporary art zine run by the Papillion Institute of Art in Los Angeles. Established in the spring of 2010, PIA is a multi-disciplinary art space and gallery exhibiting emerging and established artists. Committed to education through the arts, PIA provides art workshops and classes year round taught by volunteer professionals and working artists. PIA TV is their online art network dedicated to creating and producing original web series based on art and the culture around it. The institute is also home to interactive projects like live streamed art openings, live streamed artist talks, and a short film screening series.

Also check out…

SI Photo Blog
Your link to sports history, one photo at a time.

Zach Klein
Working on the internet now so he can live in the woods later.

Hyper Geography
“What in the history of thought may be seen as a confusion or an overlapping is often the precise moment of the dramatic impulse.” – Raymond Williams

Photo: Installation by Megan Geckler, currently on view at the Papillion Institute of Art.

Why has Tumblr become the go-to platform of this moment? As we saw in Iran, Twitter can be a powerful broadcast tool for delivering minute-by-minute accounts of breaking news and amplifying concrete messages (“Down with Ahmedinejad”). And in Egypt, Facebook was pivotal for recruiting protesters and scheduling rallies in Tahrir Square. But Tumblr has served neither of these purposes for Occupy Wall Street, a diffuse and leaderless movement with a deliberately undefined goal. Instead, Tumblr has humanized the movement. Tumblr is a powerful storytelling medium, and this movement is about stories—about how the nation’s economic policies have priced us out of school, swallowed us in debt, permanently postponed retirements, and torn apart families. We Are the 99 Percent is the closest thing we’ve had to the work of Farm Security Administration—which paid photojournalists to document the plight of farmers during the Great Depression—and it may well go down as the definitive social history of this recession.

Is Occupy Wall Street the Tumblr Revolution? (via markcoatney

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kilele:

“Three massive lightning bolts hit the earth within 15 seconds at the Voortrekker Monument just outside Pretoria, South Africa. Photographer Mitchell Krog says: “In nearly six years of storm photography this single image portrays, more than any other image I’ve taken, the sheer chaos and power of a lightning storm.” “
Photo by Mitchell Krog / Barcroft USA via DesignYouTrust

kilele:

“Three massive lightning bolts hit the earth within 15 seconds at the Voortrekker Monument just outside Pretoria, South Africa. Photographer Mitchell Krog says: “In nearly six years of storm photography this single image portrays, more than any other image I’ve taken, the sheer chaos and power of a lightning storm.” “

Photo by Mitchell Krog / Barcroft USA via DesignYouTrust

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Two churches located across the street from each other. At least the Catholics have a sense of humor. lol

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paranoidrobot:

…Do the Presbyterians think Rocks are animals?

ALL ROCKS GO TO HEAVEN

CONVERTING TO CATHOLICISM DOES NOT MAGICALLY GRANT YOUR DOG A SOUL.

 WOW. EPIC CATHOLIC WIN.

I LOVE THIS.

In which our political reporter Phil Rucker finds himself seated next to Rick Santorum on a flight to N.H.

  • Phil: So what is Rick Santorum doing to prepare for the debate?
  • Rick: Candidly? Nothing.
  • Phil: Mock rehearsal?
  • Rick: I've never done one in my entire political career.
  • Phil: Dreaming up new zingers?
  • Rick: I try not to script at all.
  • Phil: Huddling with consultants and aides?
  • Rick: I don’t have consultants. ... I travel by myself. I like it that way. I’m not afraid of reporters. I should be, but I’m not.
latimes:

These popsicles are based on John Zurier’s painting “Arabella” (2005), which you can see over on our food blog Daily Dish. Cool!
sfmoma:

“Constantly coming up with new ideas for art-inspired desserts, edible spinoffs have included a Katharina Fritsch ice cream sandwich, with poodle-shaped chocolate cookies sandwiching vanilla ice cream; a fudgsicle-take on Ellsworth Kelly’s Stele I (located in the sculpture garden); and a Thiebaud cake inspired by the museum’s large collection of Bay Area artist Wayne Thiebaud’s paintings.
The latest addition to the menu is a popsicle created in reference to Santa Monica-born artist John Zurier’s painting “Arabella,” included in the “The More Things Change” exhibition, on view until Nov. 6. The popsicle, made of fresh spearmint ice milk and strawberry, costs $5 and will be available up until the exhibition’s closing day.”
 (via Caitlin Williams Freeman and SFMOMA’s latest edible art offering - latimes.com)

Photo credit: Charlie Villyard

latimes:

These popsicles are based on John Zurier’s painting “Arabella” (2005), which you can see over on our food blog Daily Dish. Cool!

sfmoma:

Constantly coming up with new ideas for art-inspired desserts, edible spinoffs have included a Katharina Fritsch ice cream sandwich, with poodle-shaped chocolate cookies sandwiching vanilla ice cream; a fudgsicle-take on Ellsworth Kelly’s Stele I (located in the sculpture garden); and a Thiebaud cake inspired by the museum’s large collection of Bay Area artist Wayne Thiebaud’s paintings.

The latest addition to the menu is a popsicle created in reference to Santa Monica-born artist John Zurier’s painting “Arabella,” included in the “The More Things Change” exhibition, on view until Nov. 6. The popsicle, made of fresh spearmint ice milk and strawberry, costs $5 and will be available up until the exhibition’s closing day.”

 (via Caitlin Williams Freeman and SFMOMA’s latest edible art offering - latimes.com)

Photo credit: Charlie Villyard