Last month, Sonar, the annual festival of progressive music and multimedia arts took place in Barcelona, Spain. The programming is varied, with a range of global acts from across the live and electronic spectrum. Read what RA had to say about Sonar here.
The talented Callum Hearty was there snapping pictures for us of the humans that make Sonar. Click for gallery view.
All images from the series Mountains + Valleys by Millee Tibbs
Filter Photo is very pleased to announce the lineup for the main exhibition of our 7th annual Filter Photo Festival. Field Study marks the 4th year we’ve partnered with Chicago’s David Weinberg Photography gallery, and this exhibition will be hosted in support of Openlands, a nature conservation organization that works to protect the natural and open spaces of northeastern Illinois and the surrounding region.
Through photography and video Field Study investigates the complex relationship between humans and nature, and is co-juried by Katherine Ware, Curator of Photography at the New Mexico Museum of Art and Meg Noe, Curator at David Weinberg Photography. The exhibition will include a variety of related programming to raise awareness of nature conservation, and to support Openlands. Exhibition details and artists below:
Exhibition Dates: August 7 – October 3 Opening Reception: Friday, August 7 | 5:30pm – 8:00pm Closing Reception: Friday, September 25 | 6:30pm – 9:00pm David Weinberg Photography | 300 W. Superior St.
Artists: Nelson Armour Natalia Baluta Sarah Christianson Ciurej and Lochman Rachel Cox Karen Darling Barbara Diener Jessica Ekern Tealia Ellis Ritter Adam Forrester Dana Fritz Cameron Gibson Tytia Habing William Harper Lindsay Hutchens Sandra Klein Adam Lampton Cristen Leifheit Chrissy LaMaster Janice Levy Joyce Lopez Holly Lynton Sarah Malakoff Carsten Meier Angela Mittiga Mayu Nagaoka Paccarik Orue Julie Pasila Simon Pyle Rob Rocke Ken Rosenthal Zack Sabin John Steck Jr. Jamey Stillings Suzanne E. Szucs Millee Tibbs Terri Warpinski
Whoohoo first trip to the Bristol Renaissance Faire this summer.
The remodel was brilliant. Though I can’t recall if I saw the cage by the chalk artist. That’s usually a staple group pic area for my friends and I….if its still there someone should let me know.
I only got asked if I was Zelda (the person meant Link I imagine, fucking noobs) once.
It was really hot though, that was the main downside. Also I wish the shops would update their goods a bit more. Like leather and clothing shops.
Next time I go it’ll probably be more for the shows. Which I’m usually meh about. But since the shoppibg is kinda meh, I’m more into it. Minus the joust cuz its the same EVERY YEAR, except for thatvone time Max acually and rightfully won.
AU. Every ten years, comes Vaatu’s Reckoning. A barbaric festival set to remind humanity on who rules and coats the world in darkness. During this festival, a human sacrifice is demanded to stave off Vaatu’s total wrath. A sacrifice of an innocent who is full of strength, pure of heart, and brimming with talent.
Korra is a promising Waterbender and leader of her team of Balancers, a squad of four powerful warriors that each manipulate the elements. A fateful encounter with a young woman leads her to believe maybe it can’t be all that bad to live in a world consumed with darkness. As quickly this romantic encounter crosses her, it’s threatened to be ripped away. Korra vows to fight against the current and undo a thousand year old tradition to save the girl.