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Modern Art Cartel Pushes the Boundaries of Art and Technology with world’s first AI digital artist, MysterioAI
eNewsChannels NEWS: -- What do you get when you mix multidisciplined, modern artists from around the world with a cutting-edge blend of technology and art? You get Modern Art Cartel. Modern Art Cartel is at the forefront of combining art with technology and has developed the world's first AI digital artist, MysterioAI, that creates engaging NFTs (non-fungible token) or collectible digital assets.
New Jersey Theatre Alliance Awarded Grant Through NJ State Council on the Arts as Part of the State’s Largest Appropriation in...
eNewsChannels NEWS: -- New Jersey Theatre Alliance ("The Alliance"), one of the state's largest arts service organizations, was recently awarded a grant through the New Jersey State Council on the Arts ("NJSCA"). The awards announced last week were part of the largest state appropriation the Council has ever received in its 55-year history.
eNewsChannels NEWS: -- Instrumental hip-hop producer RJD2 has launched his first online course, made in partnership with music education platform Soundfly. This in-depth course guides students through RJD2's unique approach to chopping and flipping records, and how he arranges samples into fully realized songs.
Visual Artist Bernard Hoyes Delivers Symbolic Spiral Steel Sculpture for the Kingston Restoration Walking Museum Project in Jamaica
eNewsChannels NEWS: -- When master visual artist Bernard Stanley Hoyes was first appointed to create an outdoor stainless-steel sculpture for the Kingston Restoration Walking Museum Project in Jamaica, it was before Covid. The project, sponsored by the Kingston Restoration Company and the Duke Street Refurbishing Project and funded by the Tourism Enhancement Fund was a heartfelt assignment for Hoyes, a native of Jamaica and longtime resident of California.
Artist Sean T French Reveals ‘Return’ Sculpture Capturing the Fear and Strength in Returning to Our Lives During Pandemic
eNewsChannels NEWS: -- The new "Return" sculpture, by Arizona artist Sean T French, captures the fear and strength in returning to our lives during this crisis. Instead of the creatures French often creates this piece depicts a contemporary human wearing armor that is both metaphorical and literal in reference to our wearing masks.
Artist Ayzay Ukwuoma Performance from One Month Before Pandemic Becomes Increasingly Relevant as Places Re-open and Fates Unfold
eNewsChannels NEWS: -- An American artist, Ayzay Ukwuoma, presents new images from an art performance he had done less than one month before the arrival of the COVID-19 pandemic. Today's practice of social distancing, currently makes the performance impossible to do.
New Music: ‘She Walks in Beauty’ by Musician Gabriele Ciampi Transforms Lord Byron’s Poem into Message of Hope
eNewsChannels NEWS: -- With lyrics inspired by famed poet, Lord Byron, Gabriele Ciampi's, "She Walks in Beauty" was composed and orchestrated by him to pay tribute to the heroes on the frontline of the current pandemic. This eloquent music video serves as a glimmer of light at the end of the tunnel with the promise of a return to normal. The video and song will be released, worldwide, on May 15 by Universal Music Group.
Kimball Entertainment and K-Star PR merge to provide clients with a wider range of entertainment services for 2020
eNewsChannels NEWS: -- Kimball Entertainment is a full-service Entertainment Co. based in Beverly Hills, California. Founder Keri Ann Kimball has found a unique way to bring her relationships and assets to this multidimensional company by integrating a strategic coaching team in house at Kimball Entertainment.
Artist Emily Silver’s ‘On the Mojave Road’ opens at the Desert Light Gallery in Calif. – Sept. 6 to Dec. 31,...
eNewsChannels NEWS: -- The Desert Light Gallery, located at the Mojave National Preserve's Kelso Depot Visitors Center presents "On the Mojave Road," a solo exhibit of paintings in watercolor on paper by nationally celebrated painter and National Park Service Artist in Residence, Emily Silver. The Visitors Center is at 90942 Kelso Cima Rd, Kelso, CA 92309 and open to the public from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Thursday - Monday.
Late for Martinis – Actress and Activist Yubo Fernandez Exposes Mental Health and Hidden Abuse in Acting Industry, Off Broadway NY
eNewsChannels NEWS: -- Yubo Fernandez was a sponsored child from the Dominican Republic by a U.S. school; now she's an awarded actress, producer, director, activist and entrepreneur, presenting her third play in Off Broadway NYC. "Late for Martinis" is part of the Summer Play Celebration at the Manhattan Repertory Theater this July 18, 20 and 21, 2019 in Manhattan.