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ART LIVE | Hack4OpenGlam

REGISTER FOR THE 2021 HACK4OPENGLAM Hack4OpenGLAMa co-creation event for working towards *Open Access to cultural heritage*. The eventbrings together content communities, GLAM professionals, advocates of opencultural heritage, digital creators, and tools or platform developers– from newcomers to experts – to learn, work, and create with one another.It is part of the CC Global Summit https://summit.creativecommons.org/20–24 […]

ART Film | I Called Him Morgan | Trailer

I Called Him Morgan (2017) Written/Directed ByKasper Collin Music Composed ByLee Morgan and more I Called Him Morgan is a 2016 Swedish produced documentary film written and directed by Kasper Collin which gives an account of the life of and relation between jazz trumpeter Lee Morgan and his common-law wife Helen Morgan, later responsible for his murder in February 1972. The documentary was produced […]

ART Visual | Kermit Oliver, Scarf Designer

Scarves Designed by African American United States Postman From the Dallas Museum of Art Kermit Oliver, who was a US Postal Service mail sorter by night and a painter by day, was named the Texas State Artist for 2017. Oliver designed 17 highly prized scarves for the French fashion house Hermes. The humble artist now […]

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Palmer, Alfred T, photographer. Operating a hand drill at Vultee-Nashville, woman is working on a “Vengeance” dive bomber, Tennessee
. Nashville Tennessee United States, 1943. Feb. Photograph. https://www.loc.gov/item/2017878540/.

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