Art workshops in exotic places

Art Travel Adventures is a boutique art and travel company, which combines cultural experiences with art workshops in exotic locations. They bring together exceptional artists, skilled travel guides and local experts and combine this talent with accommodation in historic buildings, adventures in dining, cultural festivals and art workshops.  http://arttraveladventures.com.au/

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A heritage art collection that encourages creative entrepreneurship

Art that was created during the 1970’s and 1980’s by South Africa’s Black artists, has been returned to South Africa by benefactors who had taken it overseas. It now forms a significant part of the Ifa Lethu Heritage Collection. The repatriation of art created by the struggle-era artists, now numbers 670 and required the involvement of 16 countries. Through its work over the last few years, the Foundation has successfully assisted 2,300 poverty stricken youth and women, delivering on benefits such as income generation through job creation and enterprise development. https://www.ifalethu.org.za/

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A compact reusable shopping bag with world-renowned artists featured

LOQI collaborates with artists worldwide to offer a collection of super strong, compact shopping bags that replace disposable plastic bags. The collection includes works from the world’s finest museums. The bag shown has a geometric design by Marc Chagall from the Museum of Modern Art, New York. https://www.loqistore.com/collections/bag-collections/products/marc-chagall-i-and-the-village-bag

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Ballet shoes that match the skin of non-white dancers

Britain’s oldest ballet shoe manufacturer Freed of London has created new pointe shoes in bronze and brown instead of just the traditional pink. The ballet gear makers worked with dance company Ballet Black, whose dancers are all of black and Asian descent, to create the new shoes. www.sbs.com.au/news/ballet-shoes-have-been-made-to-better-match-the-skin-colour-of-non-white-dancers

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Sculptures that walk on the beach

Sculptures that walk on the beach

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A new fashion styling service

Style Board is Nordstrom’s latest curation service. It offers a team of online personal stylists who will handpick items–clothing, accessories, jewelry–based on a questionnaire that helps them better understand your personal style. Within less than a day, the stylist emails you a “board” of curated designs, which will then wait for you in a dressing room. Should you want further expertise, a stylist will assist you in Nordstrom Local —another Nordstrom initiative that offers services rather than inventory. https://www.fastcompany.com/90180401/exclusive-nordstom-expands-its-innovative-inventory-free-service-hubs?

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An art gallery that accepts cryptocurrency

Dadiani Fine Art is spearheading a revolution in the art world, becoming the first gallery in Britain to accept Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies for works of art. Buyers at the gallery in the heart of Mayfair’s traditional art district will be able to use any of the six leading cryptocurrencies on the market: Bitcoin; Ethereum; Ethereum Classic; Ripple; Litecoin; and Dash. The gallery plans to accept more altcoins as they become more widely recognised.  They are combining old world business ethics and practice with the new world of technology, believing that cryptocurrencies will provide a bridge from the elitist, centralist fine art market to a decentralised open source world. http://artdaily.com/index.asp?int_sec=11&int_new=97122&utm_content=buffereaefe&utm_medium=social&utm

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