BIEN, a motion design studio based in Los Angeles, has created a three-part animated series for The Getty Museum. “2-Minute Time Machine” was created to attract middle school students from diverse backgrounds to the museum. Continue reading BIEN Creates Short, Inclusive Animated Video Series for The Getty Museum to Attract Younger Visitors
“Our skin color should not be a criteria, only talent should matter,” ballerina Chloé Lopes Gomes told NBC News”
Written by Leah Dolan, CNN
“Teeter-Totter Wall,” a temporary interactive installation designed by California-based architects Ronald Rael and Virigina San Fratello, has won the 2020 Beazley Design of the Year, an annual award and exhibition run by London’s Design Museum.
Continue reading A seesaw for kids on the US-Mexico border wins Beazley Design of the Year
“Watchmen’s” Regina King made history at the 72nd Emmy Awards Sunday.
King’s win for lead actress in a limited series or movie for her portrayal of Angela Abar (a.k.a. Sister Night) in the HBO superhero drama is her fourth career Emmy. This ties the record held by Alfre Woodard for most acting Emmys won by a Black performer.
“She’s younger than Baby Yoda and she already has an Emmy,” Jimmy Kimmel said after a visibly shaken Zendaya, 24, became the youngest Emmy winner for best lead actress in a drama for her role as Rue on HBO’s “Euphoria.”
As previously announced with the Kennedy Center’s Social Impact initiatives, the Center will launch Arts Across America on July 27, a program to uplift artists and showcase art from communities and regions across the country in this time of uncertainty.
By Sara Salam
Marie Kondo makes room for meaningful objects, people, and experiences.
The organizational guru behind her #1 New York Times bestselling book, The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up, and the Netflix series Tidying Up with Marie Kondo Continue reading Making Room with Marie Kondo
Famous authors and artists are commonly photographed alongside a trusty mug of coffee, but that cup of joe is more likely to help the Continue reading Sorry, caffeine won’t make you more creative, but it may help you solve problems
Two men have succeeded in developing an alternative to animal leather made out of Mexican cactus—and it could save millions of animals worldwide. Continue reading Men Design ‘Leather’ Material Out of Cactus—and It Could Replace the Need for Animals in Fashion Industry
By Evan Nicole Brown
Los Angeles’s architectural landscape, much like its population, is a vibrant blend of different colors, shapes, and influences. The diversity of styles—from Googie to Spanish Colonial Continue reading Why Paul Williams, Hollywood’s most prolific black architect, drew upside down