Drawing upon what you have learned about City Road, outline how differences are made and remade on a street which you know. Every street has a different purpose, some provide food shops, clothe shops, some have business and some are used as a road to get from A to B. City Road, Cardiff and Prince of Wales road, Norwich are two main roads in different cities that provide something different. They have many differences and show over the years, there have been many changes on both roads. When looking at the life on City Road (‘The Street’, 2009) and observing what happens throughout the course of a day, it is clear that the road is used by a variety of people for many different reasons.
Syrus Marcus Ware is a visual artist, activist, researcher, curator and educator. He is the Program Coordinator of the Art Gallery of Ontario Youth Program. As a visual artist, Syrus works within the mediums of painting, installation and performance to explore social justice frameworks and activist culture. His work has been shown widely and reproduced in FUSE Magazine, The Globe and Mail, THIS Magazine, Blackness and Sexualities amongst others. Syrus’ recent curatorial projects include The Church Street Mural Project (Church-Wellesley Village, 2013), That’s So Gay: On the Edge (Gladstone Hotel, 2014) and Re:Purpose (Robert McLaughlin Gallery, 2014).
ART RENTAL AND LICENSING AGREEMENT This Art Rental and Licensing Agreement ("Agreement"), is entered into this _____ day of _________________, 2009, by and between ___________________________________________ ("Lessor") and 631 Folsom Ventures, LLC ("Lessee"). RECITALS A. Lessor is the owner of the paintings and other art works identified in Exhibit A attached hereto and incorporated herein by this reference (collectively, the "Works"). B. Lessor wishes to lease to Lessee, and Lessee wishes to lease from Lessor, the Works, in order to publicly display the Works in a gallery located at 631 Folsom Street, San Francisco, California, at which Lessee is currently developing a condominium community (the "Gallery").
Using the fresco form in universities and other public buildings, Rivera was able to introduce his work into the everyday lives of the people. Rivera concerned himself primarily with the physical process of human development and the effects of technological progress. For him, the frescoes’ size and public accessibility was the perfect canvas on which to tackle the grand themes of the history and future of humanity. A life long Marxist, Rivera saw in this medium an antidote to the elite walls of galleries and museums. Throughout the twenties his fame grew with a number of large murals depicting scenes from Mexican history.
He has been critically acclaimed both locally in London, where he lives and works, and abroad being included in numerous exhibitions or in solo exhibitions around the world. Shows such as the Sydney Biennale in 1992, Young British Artists II at the Saatchi Gallery in 1993 and Sensation! at the Royal Academy of Arts in 1997, Give and Take, Victoria and Albert Museum, London (2001), 50th Venice Biennale (2003) and solo’s like Fondazione Prada, Milan (2000), Tate Liverpool (2002), Irish Museum of Modern Art, Dublin (2004), MACRO, Rome (2006), DHC/ART Fondation pour l’art contemporain,
Modern Mexico Diego Rivera The life of Diego Rivera is a very interesting because of the different experiences and the influence he had on the people. During his life he would meet many people that would influence in the art and his life. People like Jorge Posada and Chicharro majorly influence him and molded him to the painter he is. In December of 1886 in Guanajuato Diego Rivera was born. During his child hood he wanted to know everything.
Gotta Share – Video Description This prank named “Gotta Share” was conducted by “Improv Everywhere” at the GEL conference, the annual gathering of tech/social media/business voices in New York City. After conducting some research, I found out that “Improv Everywhere” is a New York City-based prank collective that has certain missions in order to cause scenes of chaos and enjoyment for general public. This video shows a musical which emphasizes the fact that social media used around the world today through different applications such as facebookFacebook, Ttwitter, linkedinLinkedIn etcetc., has become an important part of everyone’s lives to the extent that even their basic daily activities are shared online. Audience The musical was conducted at the GEL conference where social media tycoons are present to discuss new projects in regards to online networking. The prank would have directly impacted the people present in order to remind everyone the importance of these media gadgets and how interconnected the world has become.
What it considers vandalism-prone is not clear nor how it determines what articles are prone to vandalism. Though it requires the user to be registered before it can edit or post an article, there is no limitation on who can register. However, Wikipedia provides an opposing argument; that while invalid or false information can be added by anyone, so too can information be corrected by anyone. The most popular reason that Wikipedia is deemed an invalid source is the fact that articles and edits become immediately available. No review is done prior to the article or edits becoming available to the world.
A substantial amount of time and energy is put into creating social media relationships. The advantage of social media is that it provides instant information, pictures, video and even live coverage of some events, the downside to social media is that there is no privacy and in some cases no
Before this it had been described as scarring, painting, or staining.  Tattoo enthusiasts may refer to tattoos as "ink", "pieces", "skin art", "tattoo art", "tats", or "work"; to the creators as "tattoo artists", "tattooers", or "tattooists"; and to places where they work as "tattoo shops", "tattoo studios", or "tattoo parlors". A tattooed man's back, Japan, c. 1875 Usage of the terms "skin art", "tattoo art", "pieces", and work" is gaining greater support, with mainstream art galleries holding exhibitions of both