Interactive Event with Paint Kartel Teaches Seniors to Create Bold Graffiti in Belgrade
June 29, 2020

A recent workshop hosted by Street Art Belgrade paired up members of the Serbian collective Paint Kartel with seniors interested in the public art form. Throughout the interactive event, participants learned about graffiti and its history, in addition to some practical tips for creating their own largely spray-painted works. “Although street art has been an indispensable part of the urban environment, the wider community is usually unfamiliar with the development and value of this visual expression,” organizers said. More Continue reading

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Paris Musées Releases 100,000 Images of Artworks for Unrestricted Public Use
January 10, 2020

This week the Paris Musées added 100,000 digital copies of its artworks to the public domain, making them free and unrestricted for the public to download and use. From Claude Monet’s “Setting Sun on the Seine at Lavacourt” to Paul Cézanne’s “Portrait of Ambroise Vollard,” the collection contains work from artists, such as Gustave Courbet, Victor Hugo, and Rembrandt, that are housed at 14 museums in Paris like the Musée d’Art Moderne, Petit Palais, and even the catacombs. More Continue reading

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Do All Translations Betray?
March 7, 2015

Why Translations Don’t Always Get It Wrong #SaveTranslators As seen in this video, most websites do not have good support for multilingual site use. They tend to serve one or a small handful of languages, at best. The fact is, … Continue reading

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