At my first full-time library job, processing course reserves at Pitt's Hillman Library, I had a wonderfully eccentric coworker who seemed to get a real thrill out of doing the opposite of what people expected. He would, for instance, wear a coat and tie on Friday after wearing t shirts to work all week, pretend like he didn't believe that…
Nothing to do tonight……. go to Double Door…. if everything goes right, I will be there tonight
Bad Bad Meow ‑ Rocketboat, Pet Peeve, The Vare, Blue Bird
Saturday, August 24, 8:30 PM
1572 N Milwaukee Ave, Chicago, IL
Tickets are $12 online, idk about the door price
I thought I would have another go at doing another video. I have tried out a few different sorts of free software, but they are not that great either. Of course, the most obvious thing would be to buy some software, but I can't see the point in spending money on software that I don't really get any benefit from, so either I put up with this crappy software, or rather you do, or I stop doing them and not worry about doing them.
Take a fresh look at Alfred Eistenstaedt's famous "Drum Major," photographed in 1950. As the editor, writer, poet and one-time director of photography for LIFE, David Friend, once said, this picture is Eisenstaedt’s “ode to joy.”
“It was early in the morning,” Eisenstaedt said about the photograph taken on assignment for LIFE, covering the University of Michigan’s nationally famous marching band.
Incredibly intricate art pieces cut out of paper by artist Rogan Brown who "creates intricate sculptural forms reminiscent of microorganisms, plant life, and topographical charts by deftly cutting patterns in layer after layer of paper. A single work can take upward of five months to complete, and just like the organic forms he seeks to emulate the piece evolves as he works without a preconceived direction or plan." (
Deadline for application is Friday August 30! Frontline Foundations is looking for Live Street Artists to participate in our Hooked on Art – Live Street Art Festival in historic Downtown Chesterton on Saturday, September 28, 2013. This family-friendly festival event is from 9am-5pm and works in conjunction with the European Market (so expect big crowds).
Why would you want to join as a Live Street Artist? We offer free vendor booth space (apply soon – space is limited), artist publicity leading up to the event, and Live Street Artists that choose to work in chalk receive free materials! What are you waiting for?!?
Contact us at (219) 728-1638 or follow http://www.hookedonartfestival.com to download an application.