Archive | March, 2015
half the sky documentary

Empowering Documentaries Currently Streaming on Netflix

Documentary filmmakers have the unique opportunity to use such a visual medium to bring together narratives from across the globe. There are some amazing documentaries that bring to light the narratives of women, people of color, and other marginalized groups that are not accustomed to having their stories told. As technology continues to advance, media […]

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Painted Bronze MoMA

MoMA Gains Jasper Johns’s ‘Painted Bronze’

It was announced earlier this week that the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in New York City would be receiving Jasper Johns’s iconic sculpture, “Painted Bronze.” The sculpture was recently purchased by Henry R. Kravis and Marie-Josée Kravis, who have promised to donate it to MoMA. Marie-Josée Kravis is the current President of MoMA, and […]

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Now on View: Sonic Arboretum at the ICA

Boston’s Institute of Contemporary Art (ICA) is offering some truly incredible exhibitions this season, featuring a diverse array of artists from different cultures and artistic disciplines. One of the most impressive exhibits on view now is a collaboration between sculptor and instrument-maker Ian Schneller and Andrew Bird called Sonic Arboretum. If Andrew Bird is a […]

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getting over a creative block

3 Ways to Transform your Worries into Creativity

MindBodyGreen contributor and holistic wellness coach Sarah Woehler recently wrote an informative and important article about how to channel excess anxiety into creativity. In it she writes, “In times of emotional turmoil and duress, we often find ourselves dealing with what feels like an excess of anxious energy – it can be catalyzed by sadness, […]

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6 books to add to your bucket list

Books You Should Be Reading this Spring

We have now entered March (is it just us or is this year flying by??), which means we are in the last few months in which a person can get away with being curled up on the couch under a blanket with a cup of coffee and book every night hibernating. In case you need […]

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