Month: May 2009
Meet the artist and celebrate the opening of this exhibit First Friday, June 5, 6:30-8:30 pm About the Nature Art Gallery The Gallery exhibits original, nature-inspired, two- and three-dimensional art in all mediums on the mezzanine level of the Museum Store. A new artist is featured every month. All artwork is for sale. Members receive… Read More ›
Just like clothes or cars, media can come in and out of fashion. Screen printing—or serigraphy, as it’s called in finer art circles—has been a standard commercial process for more than a century. As a reproduction technique, it has many wonderful qualities. It requires very little in terms of equipment, and even that can be… Read More ›
Elliot Strunk, Creative Director, Fifth Letter Join Elliot as he takes you through the trials and tribulations of hanging your shingle (and we’re sure your shingle is beautifully designed). What are the basics, the stuff you can’t start without? How do you stay inspired on those days when your “hands on” work is less about… Read More ›
Toyota Motor Corporation (TMC) has recently unveiled a robot capable of playing the violin and even of achieving vibrato. This innovative robot uses precise control and coordination to achieve human-like dexterity. Its hands and arms have 17 joints, which may enable the robot to carry out domestic and caretaking duties in addition to playing the violin.