In an effort to push the boundaries of what defines exploration, the National Geographic Channel this week announced Expedition Granted, a nationwide competition in the U.S. to find and fund the next generation of explorers. The contest will accept project proposals from a range of disciplines, and the winner will receive a $50,000 grant toward his/her dream expedition.
School will use grant to fund sustainable art projects
MCDONOUGH, GA. May 5, 2014 /3BL Media/ —On Monday May 5, Henry County Middle School will be awarded a grant from the Recyclebank® Green Schools Program at a ceremony held at the school and show off its newest upcycled art project. The Recyclebank Green Schools Program annually awards grants to schools across the U.S. for unique environmental projects that make a positive impact on students and their communities.
Kohler Co. and the John Michael Kohler Arts Center look back on four decades of collaboration
KOHLER, Wis., April 22, 2014 /3BL Media/ – This year marks the fortieth anniversary of the well known Arts/Industry residency program, a collaboration between artists and manufacturing run by the John Michael Kohler Arts Center in Sheboygan, Wis., that has proven groundbreaking for both fields. For four decades, the program has pioneered the collaboration of Kohler Co. and the John Michael Kohler Arts Center with artists who are interested in pushing the boundaries of their own creative vision.
It’s one of my favorite Saturday morning traditions: sipping coffee and chit-chatting with my husband while flipping through the newspaper and our many magazine subscriptions. I was perusing a fluffy home and fashion mag, and he was reading one about finance (I’m glad one of us enjoys that), when he came across something that he wanted my opinion on. It wasn’t about where to invest our money… it was regarding the font used for the title of the feature story. He was trying to figure out if the typography was digitally created, or whether it was handmade artwork.
After traveling 8,500 miles from my home in Bangalore, India, I am so excited to be here at the Adobe Youth Voices (AYV) Summit in Santa Clara, California! I’m 18 years old and in 12thgrade studying science at Christel House India Pre-University College, where I’ve been involved in the AYV program for five years.
Program Features Keynote by “Bully” Filmmaker Lee Hirsch, Appearance by Multi-Grammy Award Winner Common
August 12, 2013 /3BL Media/ - The Adobe Foundation today announced its third international Adobe Youth Voices (AYV) Summit, welcoming 136 youth and educators to Silicon Valley Aug. 12-16 for an immersive digital media arts program.
Our third international Adobe Youth Voices (AYV)Summit kicks off on August 12, bringing teens and educators from 23 countries worldwide together in Santa Clara, California, to celebrate creative thinking and harness their digital media skills for positive social change.