The ReCultured →
Please help support this fantastic group of students dedicated to traveling Cambodia and presenting a show that sparks an interest for global connections and education, focusing especially on the country’s younger generations. Even a dollar can go a very long way! For more information check out their page and find out how to donate!
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Please submit your photographic work to Musée Magazine No. 4 “Connections” by August 4th, we want to have your work presented! Send about 4-5 pieces to firstname.lastname@example.org for us to consider! The whole Musée team is so excited about our fourth issue.
A sneak peek of Su Yu-Hsein speak on behalf of his indi-indi projects during Art Talk at the International Studio & Curatorial Program in Brooklyn, NY.
Conversations with Contemporary Artists: Rineke...
Guggenheim Museum – July 17, 2012 Tuesday night, the Guggenheim Musem hosted the Elaine Terner Cooper Education Fund’s “Conversations with Contemporary Artists”, featuring current Guggenheim alum, Rineke Dijkstra and her longtime friend and fellow artist Paul Graham. Moderated by Senior Curator of Photography Jennifer Blessing, the two individually discussed their past and present works in...
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Artspire is a wonderful organization that helps jumpstart artists and art publications, and is helping us as well. Please make a tax-deductible donation today through Artspire to help keep Musée free. Learn more about the whole process through the link below: https://www.artspire.org/DirectoryDetail/tabid/95/id/1301/Default.aspx
Read “An Unlikely Conversation with Cindy Sherman” from Musée No. 3 here!
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Submit to Musée No. 4
Don’t forget to submit your work to Musée’s fourth issue “Connections”, which is due to be released in September. The deadline to submit photos to the Musée Team is August 4, so that we have enough time to carefully go through all of your work.
Photography in Space!
Trevor Paglen, photographer interviewed and featured in Musée No. 2 (check out here, pages 88-99: http://issuu.com/museemagazine/docs/no2) is having his photographs sent to space via satellite! One small step for man, one huge step for photography. To learn more about this amazing event, go here:http://creativetime.org/programs/archive/2012/thelastpictures/
Lego Dreams →
Graffiti artist Martin Heuwold aka MEGX makes our childhood dreams come true by painting a bridge to look like it’s made of legos!
Common photographic mistakes made by... →
What are your views on the “profile picture”? Why is it so important?