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It’s not often that graffiti artists get recognized and awarded for their artistic talents. But on June 2, 2018 that’s exactly what Alcatraz East Crime Museum did, holding a graffiti art contest giving the winners the opportunity to have their work on display at the museum for thousands of visitors to see. This first graffiti contest held by the museum featured seven pre-selected artists who also competed for cash prizes.
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To try to create more of a circular economy in the fashion industry, the outdoor gear company is launching a new line called Renewed, made up of old garments cleaned up so well that they’re like new. Continue reading North Face is cutting waste by selling refurbished old coats
Learning from experienced artists, designers and photographers to understand how they achieve their goals should be part of every creative’s journey. We have to seek inspiration and ideas from those we admire if we’re ever going to get ahead.
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PIGEON FORGE, Tennessee (April 24, 2018) – It’s considered to be a crime and it has been said that graffiti is everyone’s problem. It’s an eyesore that typically brings property values down and costs a lot to clean up.
Continue reading Alcatraz East Crime Museum Invites Graffiti Artists to Compete
Tina Hovsepian didn’t just want to get an “A” on her class project — she wanted to change people’s lives, too. Continue reading Origami-Inspired Personal Shelter Provides A Quick Solution For Homeless
How do you keep snail mail cutting-edge in the 21st century? One way: a new set of STEM postage stamps. Continue reading STEM Education Gets Stamp of Approval From U.S. Government With New Science, Technology, Engineering & Math Forever Stamps
Prior to taking the game modification development course taught by University Lecturer D.J. Kehoe last spring, computer science major Angela Vitaletti ’18 had never developed or programmed a videogame before. Continue reading Power Up: Computing Student Publishes Hand-Drawn Game on Google Play
Emojis of people using wheelchairs, service dogs, hearing aids and more could be coming to your iPhone. On Friday, Apple submitted a proposal to the Unicode Consortium — the non-profit that reviews requests for new emojis. Continue reading Apple Proposes Adding Disability-Inclusive Emojis to the Unicode Consortium
Make Music Count is a mathematics curriculum that teaches each lesson through learning how to play a song on the piano. Marcus Blackwell, Jr., the founder and CEO of the program, was influenced by both music and math, which contributed to him creating Make Music Count.