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A Prison Art Community On the Power of an Annual Exhibition in Michigan to Support More Than 700 Incarcerated Artists — Colossal

A Prison Art Community On the Power of an Annual Exhibition in Michigan to Support More Than 700 Incarcerated Artists — Colossal

 Art #Prison Creative Arts Project #prisons #social justice January 31, 2023 Grace Ebert “Self Portrait: Free Inside” by Jamal Biggs As abolitionists and activists fight to end mass incarceration and the horrifying conditions of life in U.S. prisons, individuals and organizations have taken it upon themselves to help those trapped in the unjust system....

Around The Streets Of Paris (Part I) – StreetArtNews

Around The Streets Of Paris (Part I) – StreetArtNews

The French urban art movement started around the 1980s, since then Paris had home several exciting works from home-grown to international artists. This art movement have thrived not only on museums and galleries but over the streets. Paris is an open-air museum. From monumental murals to stencil graffitis, it is no wonder that Paris is...

Forget “Mummy,” It’s “Mummified Person” Now

Forget “Mummy,” It’s “Mummified Person” Now

Some museums are ditching the term “mummy” to describe the preserved Ancient Egyptian bodies in their collections. According to a recent CNN report, three British museums have adopted the terms “mummified remains” and “mummified persons,” and several institutions in the United States told Hyperallergic that they are also updating their language in order to command...

‘Glass Microbiology’ Magnifies Viruses, Bacteria, and Other Organisms to 1 Million Times Their Actual Size — Colossal

‘Glass Microbiology’ Magnifies Viruses, Bacteria, and Other Organisms to 1 Million Times Their Actual Size — Colossal

 Art Science #disease #glass #Luke Jerram #sculpture January 23, 2023 Grace Ebert “AstraZeneca vaccine.” All images © Luke Jerram, shared with permission Bristol-based artist Luke Jerram (previously) continues to add delicate specimens to his Glass Microbiology collection. The ongoing project is a collaboration with scientists at the University of Bristol, who aid Jerram in scaling...