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Culture & Art

We have 90 blogposts in the field of Culture. All non-profit arts related.
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  • Behave like a Poet at London’s transport network #TravelBetterLondon

    By on 30 September 2013

    Poetry isn’t the usual solution to encourage a more considerate behaviour in public transport. Transport for London (TfL) makes an attempt this week with ‘poetiquette’. They have recruited thirteen performance poets to appear at major stations across the network....

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  • Film fest promo is “maybe a little too Canadian”

    By on 15 April 2013

    Ads of The World recently shared this fun promo film for the 2013 Canadian Film Fest: (Includes some swear words, FYI.) I’m not sure whether or not anyone outside of North America will get the gag. You see, we...

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  • ROM at 100 (1914 – 2014)

    By on 19 March 2013

    Canada’s Royal Ontario Museum, affectionately known as “ROM”, will celebrate its centenary year in 2014. To kick off community celebrations, the museum cracked open its considerable photo archive to create this video collage mixing the vibrant ROM we know...

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  • A classical approach to the flashmob: Flashwaltz

    By on 8 March 2013

    Students from the Jerusalem Academy of Music and Dance took a classical approach to the flashmob as they flashwaltzed Tchaikovsky’s Waltz of the Flowers at the new Sarah Wetsman Davidson Hospital Tower in Jerusalem. Agency: CRC Media Team Additional...

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  • Don’t throw out your books. Donate them.

    By on 19 March 2012

    This beautiful print advertising comes from Brazil and was done by Paz Comunicacao Estrategica, advertising agency from São Paulo for product: So Acao Solidarity movement (brand: So Acao Solidarity movement) in Brazil. The illustrations are made by “Casa do...

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  • Portraying dementia, portraying being somewhere else

    By on 18 March 2012

    Dutch painter Herman van Hoogdalem is currently working on portraits of people with dementia. In this Dutch spoken report from a regional tv station he tells about his mother who suffered from this disease twenty years ago. He noticed...

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  • Metamorphosis: Bookstore Trippin’

    By on 14 March 2012

    Hunter H. Thompson vs Franz Kafka! Is this an ad? And if so, is it effective? I don’t care. For me it’s a big wow. I love this trip. It is about what reading a book can do with...

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  • SOPA/ PIPA Boycott Campaign

    By on 17 January 2012

    Its Hollywood VS Silicon Valley SOPA: Stop Online Piracy Act PIPA: PROTECT IP Act Jan. 18, 2012 is the designated SOPA blackout day.  In protest prominent websites: Wikipedia, Go Daddy, Reddit and over 10,000 other sites are planning to...

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  • We’re a culture, not a costume

    By on 25 October 2011

    When I was a kid, ethnic stereotypes often made their way into Halloween costumes. It was a more innocently ignorant time, when dressing as a “Mexican Bandito”, and “Indian” or a “cannibal” was seen as OK. Here, for example,...

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  • WHEN HANDICAPS BRING THE NORM INTO QUESTION!

    By on 11 October 2011

    Here is a very unique project. Watever emotions it’ll generate, it can’t leave you cold. This project is an amazing documentary ( I can’t say about handicap question because it would be too much simplistic) named « Mirror of...

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