Monthly ArchivesMay 2013

THE SKETCHBOOK PROJECT WILL BE ROLLING IN TO MTL image

For the past 6 years, the Sketchbook Project has worked with 70,000 international artists and has traveled more then 40,000 miles across North America spreading inspiration and creative collaboration. This year they launched a brand new tour in their Mobile Library that will travel to more cities than ever before. “We knew it was time to evolve.” Says Co-Founder Steven Peterman “The idea of a yearly, traveling exhibition was just not sustainable. We wanted something that would be more assessable to our participants and easier for us to visit more cities and reach more people.” The Mobile Library is a custom-built 16-foot trailer that will travel the country year around reaching as many as 45 cities a year.  Once a book ...

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MUSIC MONDAY: EVOLUTION OF MUSIC BY PENTATONIX video

Evolution of Music by vocal senstations and season 3 winners of  NBC’s The Sing-Off, Pentatonix. Pentatonix are an instrument-free musical group comprised of lead vocalists Scott Hoying (21), Kirstie Maldonado (20) and Mitch Grassi (20), vocal bass Avi Kaplan (23) and beatboxer Kevin “K.O.” Olusola (24). The group members found each other online and 24-hours before their audition for The Sing-Off they still hadn’t all officially met.

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CELEBRATING THE BEST OF THE NET: THE WEBBY AWARDS ARE TONIGHT! image

Tonight the very best of web will be honoured at the 17th Annual Webby Awards. The show will be available on demand tomorrow and will feature appearances by our Webby Winners & our Special Achievement guests: Jerry Seinfeld for his Outstanding Comedic Performance Grimes – Artist of the Year Kevin Spacey and Dana Brunetti – Special Achievement for the spectacular House of Cards Burning Love – Special Achievement Mr. Steve Wilhite – Lifetime Achievement Award for his invention of the GIF Follow all the Webby Awards action on Twitter, Google+, Instagram and Facebook.

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BIG NEWS: ADOBE IS GOING CLOUD image

[image via techcrunch.com] Adobe announced at the recent “Adobe MAX: The Creativity Conference,” that as of June it would no longer release updates or new versions of Creative Suite on disc. Instead, the Adobe software will be available Cloud based by subscription only ($50/month for full access; $20/month for single product access).

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