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Hello, CAC friends! It’s finally time to set aside Canada Arts Connect and move on to something new-ish. On July 1, 2015, CAC will become bohemianizm. The CAC website will stay as-is as an archive, but will no longer be updated. Thank you all for your support and interest over the years! Now, it’s time for […]
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Playing To the Gallery: Helping Contemporary Art in It’s Struggle to Be Understood by Grayson Perry (Penguin Random House) is a exploration of the contemporary art world that aims to prove through Perry’s own experiences and ideas that “anybody can enjoy art and anybody can have a life in the arts.” If you’ve ever thought that the […]
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If you find it hard to clear your mind, relax, and let your creativity take over, then you’ll want to check out Daily Zen Doodles: 365 Tangle Creations for Inspiration, Relaxation and Joy (Ulysses Press) by artist Meera Lee Patel. A full year’s worth of doodle-prompts (i.e. partially started doodles that you’re encouraged to take over and […]
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The Story of Women and Art (DVD) is a fascinating documentary focusing on women’s place within the world of art throughout history, or rather, the places that they dared to go. Broken into three separate episodes and obviously unable to profile each and every prolific female artist throughout the ages, host Amanda Vickery introduces viewers to women who […]
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Claude Monet – Filmed Painting Outdoors (1915): Above is the only known film footage of the French Impressionist Claude Monet, made when he was 74 years old, painting alongside a lily pond in his garden at Giverny. The footage was shot in the summer of 1915 by the French actor and dramatist Sacha Guitry for […]
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“>How to Write About Music: Excerpts from the 33 1/3 Series, Magazines, Books and Blogs with Advice from Industry-leading Writers [Book Review]
Writing about bands, concerts, and new releases sounds like an obvious avenue for any writer who loves music. Yet writing about music professionally is more than just jotting down a few words about what you do or don’t like about a certain band or attending a concert and giving a gist of the show. Understanding how to […]
Hello, CAC friends! So, perhaps CAC isn’t quite done yet! I had posted in January that I was closing down Canada Arts Connect, but after months of working behind the scenes to figure out if there was a way to keep it running in one form or another, I’ve decided to keep it going and will manage […]