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Monday 26 September 2016
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26.09.2016

BSA Images Of The Week: 09.25.16
Editorz, 25 Sep 12:02 AM
We spent one whole week in Detroit, Michigan as guests of the good people who present the Murals In The Market , 1xRUN and the Inner State Gallery. We scratched the surface. Our selections for this week’s edition of BSA Images Of The Week are harvested from Detroit streets and rooftops and hidden little spots […]
 
DETROIT: Murals In The Market. Dispatch 5. Details to Blow Your Mind
Editorz, 24 Sep 12:02 AM
This week BSA is in Detroit with our hosts 1XRun for the Murals in the Market festival they are hosting with 50+ artists from various countries and disciplines and creative trajectories. In a city trying to rise from the economic and post-industrial ashes it is often the dynamic grassroots energy and vision of artists that […]
 
BSA FILM FRIDAY: 09.23.16
Editorz, 23 Sep 12:02 AM
  Our weekly focus on the moving image and art in the streets. And other oddities. Now screening : 1. Detroit Quick Shots – Yok & Sheryo, Swoon, Heidleberg Project 2. HERAKUT -> Im heutigen Videoupdate von der Magic City     BSA Special Feature: Detroit Quick Shots As you know we in town for […]
 
DETROIT: Murals In The Market. Dispatch 4: The Beat of the Street and “Mighty Love”
Editorz, 22 Sep 12:02 AM
This week BSA is in Detroit with our hosts 1XRun for the Murals in the Market festival they are hosting with 50+ artists from various countries and disciplines and creative trajectories. In a city trying to rise from the economic and post-industrial ashes it is often the dynamic grassroots energy and vision of artists that […]
 
DETROIT: Murals In The Market. Dispatch 3 with Heidelberg Project, Hueman, Pixel Pancho
Editorz, 21 Sep 12:02 AM
This week BSA is in Detroit with our hosts 1XRun for the Murals in the Market festival they are hosting with 50+ artists from various countries and disciplines and creative trajectories. In a city trying to rise from the economic and post-industrial ashes it is often the dynamic grassroots energy and vision of artists that […]
 
DETROIT: Murals In The Market. Dispatch 2 with Lauren YS, Cey Adams, Dalek, Taylor White
Editorz, 20 Sep 10:00 AM
This week BSA is in Detroit with our hosts 1XRun for the Murals in the Market festival they are hosting with 50+ artists from various countries and disciplines and creative trajectories. In a city trying to rise from the economic and post-industrial ashes it is often the dynamic grassroots energy and vision of artists that […]
 
DETROIT: Murals In The Market. Dispatch 1
Editorz, 19 Sep 06:00 AM
This week BSA is in Detroit with our hosts 1XRun for the Murals in the Market festival they are hosting with 50+ artists from various countries and disciplines and creative trajectories. In a city trying to rise from the economic and post-industrial ashes it is often the dynamic grassroots energy and vision of artists that […]
 
BSA Images Of The Week: 09.18.16
Editorz, 18 Sep 10:00 AM
We debated whether or not to open today’s edition of BSA Images Of The Week on a political note with new Donald Trump related art or with an uplifting image of an almost universally recognized sweet little bird: The Sparrow. The Sparrow won. Who hasn’t seen them enjoying a good old dust bath or just […]
 
Nuart 2016: ‘Post Street-Art’ and Our Changing Terminologies
Editorz, 17 Sep 10:00 AM
For a considerable time now at BSA we’ve been discussing with authors, artists, academics, writers, historians, political scientists, sociologists, criminologists the topics of Street Art, graffiti, Urban Art, public art, and the milieu. Often considered is whether a piece or action is  illegal, legal, activist, aesthetic, mark-making, territory-marking, interventionist. With few exceptions, there are often […]
 
BSA Film Friday: 09.16.16
Editorz, 16 Sep 12:02 AM
  Our weekly focus on the moving image and art in the streets. And other oddities. Now screening : 1. M-City at WL4 2. Faith47 – Who Will Guard The Guards Themselves 3. Henk and Louise Schiffmacher by Rust and Mako Deuza 4. Narcelio Grud: Mattress 5. Nether in Baltimore Philadelphia, Chicago and New York […]
 
FAME GAME – 20 Years of Skewville, Escape from New York
Editorz, 15 Sep 12:02 AM
Pivotal figures on New York’s homegrown Street Art scene tell BSA that they are getting out while there is still a chance. Skewville (photo © Jaime Rojo) Rough edged humorists and twin brothers Droo and Ad Deville are closing down the bong factory in Queens and the former Factory Fresh gallery space in Bushwick, Brooklyn […]
 
OS GEMEOS Dreams Paintings, Sculpture, Music at Lehmann Maupin
Editorz, 14 Sep 12:02 AM
Os Gemeos has taken one step closer toward bringing you into their dreams with them. Is that music you hear? Os Gemeos. Silence of the Music. Lehmann Maupin gallery. New York City. (photo © Jaime Rojo) An ongoing lucid travelogue of sorts, the Brazilian twins Otavio and Gustavo have been recording their dual citizenship of […]
 
Feel Free at Urban Spree: Berlin
Editorz, 13 Sep 12:02 AM
Long live Urban Spree! This hippie/punk/skater/poets/artists haven of graffiti, street, urban and postmodern all splayed across a complex of buildings that are seemingly abandoned but teaming with life, food, music, and free thought. Also, a sense of community. Bordalo II, Two One and 1UP Crew at Urban Spree Berlin. (photo © Jaime Rojo) There are […]
 
JAUNE’s Miniature Worker “Dudes”: Nuart 2016
Editorz, 12 Sep 12:02 AM
Brussels based stencillist Jaune says he “proudly created with his hands, his heart and sometimes his head,” on his website and it looks like he has been using all three to place his little “dudes” in small hidden spots around Stavanger during the Nuart festival. Lifting or pulling or digging or just standing around having conversations […]
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Tuesday 20 September 2016
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20.09.2016

Thursday September 15th THE JOURNEY FASHION FESTIVAL by Malena Belafonte made a New Statement during Fashion Week in New York... . THE JOURNEY FASHION FESTIVAL did press event at New York’s MERCEDES CLUB ...

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Monday 19 September 2016
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19.09.2016

Kether Donohue joins us on the red carpet at the Emmy® Creative Arts Awards. She comes with a strong background in television, theatre, and film. She is an actress, producer, director, and writer. Her performance in Grease Live as Jan provides comic relief.
Kether embraced her career from an early age growing up in New York. She attended a performing arts high school and graduated from Fordham University with a concentration in film. This training prepared her for each role she has undertaken.
Taking on the iconic role Jan in Grease Live took some time to create the character into a new modern role while capturing the essence of Jan. Kether states, “The directors provided an atmosphere for her to explore, make mistakes, and hone in on the character for this productions.” This allowed for Jan to come to life for a new generation.
Her career has spanned decades. She has worked with theatre allowing for her to interact with the audience and crew during a performance. She moved on to voiceover work. This took some time to get use to being alone in a room during a performance. Each role has provided insight to her next performance.
Her beauty in a Vivienne Westwood corset cocktail dress and Prada shoes grace the runway, but her intellect and passion to each role she embraces was clearly demonstrated. She can be seen in You’re the Worst on FX Networks.
Grease Live was awarded 5 Emmys for: Outstanding Lighting Design Lighting Direction For A Variety Special, Outstanding Technical Direction, Camerawork, video control for a limited series, movie, or special, Outstanding Special Class Program, Outstanding Directing A Variety Special, and Outstanding Production Design For A Variety Nonfiction Event Or Award Special.
She was joined on the red carpet by her co-stars Vanessa Hudgens and Julianne Hough.

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19.09.2016

Mike Fasolo (writer), Tom Root (writer), Matthew Senreich (creator), and Deirdre Devlin (writer) join us on the red carpet at the Emmy® Creative Arts Awards. Robot Chicken is on Cartoon Network’s Adult Swim.
Seth Green, actor, and Matthew Senreich created this comedy hit. The series uses action figures and incorporates pop culture parodies. The story draws in audiences of all ages by using past and present pop culture references.
The team enjoys working together on the series together. The ability to work with such a creative topic that draws in from pop culture makes this fun instead of work. The work continues to grow and improve each season. Thanks to the talent on the show and the many actors and actresses that participate.
This is the longest running series for Adult Swim on Cartoon Network. The team works hard to keep the stories creative and not become pigeon holed. They said each day is successful with the crew because they fed off each other’s positive energy and uniqueness.
Robot Chicken took home 1 Emmy at The Creative Arts for Outstanding Individual Achievement in Animation.
Tammy Forchion @4ChionMarketinghttp://4chionmarketing.com/ See all the photos from the two-day event here: CLICK HERE https://4chionmarketing.shootproof.com/gallery/3199350/home

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