"Knowledge is the new money." Why you should read for 5 hours per week.
Listening to Possibilities Vol. 1 and Vol. 2 by Tobias Reber and trying to decide whether to buy.
I am fairly certain I should buy Sonar's entire discography.
I have already bought Change in the Air by the Cuong Vu 4Tet.
|Proving that any tool can make art, Addie Wagenknecht used a Roomba to paint the floor. The color is a hint to one of the influences but when you learn that the artist reclined nude on the floor while the Roomba painted you'd draw the obvious cmoparison to Yves Klein.|
Art exhibits that would've nice to see:
- The Beyond: Georgia O'Keefe and Contemporary Art
- 3D: Double Vision, a look at three-dimensional art at LACMA
- Ellsworth Kelly in the Hamptons
- The Science Behind Pixar
|What does music look like? Synesthesiatic artist Melissa McCracken shows us.|
Everyone close to Toledo should secure tickets now for a class, a lecture, and a performance by Harold Budd at the Toledo Museum of Art.
|Edvard Munch, The Scream 1893. The lesson here is that sometimes what looks like abstraction is actually representation. Scientists believe Munch's depiction of the sky is a real meteorological phenomenon called nacreous clouds.|
Is $4.5 million the most ever paid for a nickel? Don't know but that's how much a 1913 Liberty Head Nickel (only 5 are known to exist) recently sold for.
NASA's moon video set to Clair de Lune.
|NASA's astronomy picture of the day reveals the observable universe.|
Preview the finalists for the 2018 student Academy Awards.
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...is because we live in an impoverished present. ~Alan Watts (paraphrased)