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Everything you need to know about Photoshop Express: tips and tools to edit your photos like a pro

One of the most forgotten applications for our mobile photos is Adobe Photoshop Express. It’s free and remains overlooked by the push of Lightroom and other apps that sound much more popular with users. But surely a lot You are going to have surprises with the “little” Photoshop for mobiles. The first thing is to […]

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Photography Exhibit at Patkai Captures ‘Roots’ | MorungExpress

Visitors view the photos displayed at the ‘Into the Roots’ photography exhibition organized by 3rd year students of the Department of Multimedia and Mass Communication, Patkai Christian College (Freestanding) at the Bundrock Memorial Chapel, Patkai on 30 april. (Morung Photo) News Morung ExpressPatkai | April 30 How do we go back to the roots and […]

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The Massimo Vitali photography exhibition opens today

lyrics by sidonie bird of the heart One of the living Italian photographer’s most renowned works comes to Melbourne in a new exhibition presented by the IIC and MGA. Known for his large-scale images of beaches, Massimo Vitali: Leporello 2020 presents an Italian summer recovering from the effects of the pandemic. Capturing the Italians in […]

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Snapchat unveils drone camera, advanced AR tools and new business integrations at Partner Summit

Snapchat held its annual Partner Summit, where it announced a range of new tools and features, including advanced AR tools for e-commerce brands, improved systems to help more businesses create AR experiences, and a small drone called “Pixy” that will follow you everywhere and upload the video to the app. Which is probably the best […]

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Snap’s new AR tools turn photos into 3D assets, let retailers use Snap’s AR tech in their own apps – TechCrunch

At Snap’s Partner Summit on Thursday, the maker of Snapchat announced a number of new initiatives focused on using its AR technology to make shopping online easier. Most notably, the company is introducing a new in-app destination in Snapchat called “Dress Up” that will feature AR fashion and virtual try-on experiences, and it’s launching tools […]

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Why Snapchat offers its AR try-on shopping tools

To become a Vogue Business member and receive the Technology Edit newsletter, Click here. Snapchat wants the AR trial to be a standard shopping tool so shoppers can wave their phones and try on the latest Puma hoodie. The tech company is opening up access to its AR technology, along with expanding AR trials, in […]

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What is a CEMA loan?

Is CEMA worth it? Now that you know what CEMA in New York is, it’s time to decide if this type of loan is right for you. Each type of loan has advantages and disadvantages. Here’s what you should consider before going ahead with a CEMA loan. Benefits of a CEMA loan Home ownership is […]

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Hi-Way targets 30-40% growth in auto title loans

Tisco Financial Group’s microfinance arm, Hi-Way Co, has set an ambitious target for auto loan growth of 30-40% this year, driven by stronger demand for loans in line with the the country’s economic recovery. Hi-Way, which provides auto title loans under the Somwang Ngern Sang Dai brand, aims to increase loans in this category by […]

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Sterling Arts Collaborative Presents 1835 City Hall Photography Exhibition

STERLING – A two-day photography exhibition, held at Sterling 1835 Town Hall, wrapped up last Sunday after attracting the attention of talented photographers and visitors to the area. A wide range of images were on display, including local and global landscapes, creative images of flowers and animals, architectural, documentary and macro interpretations. Photographer and instructor […]

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Lesson of the Day: A Photographer Capturing Stories That Otherwise Wouldn’t Be Told

Lesson Overview Featured article: “A simple directive sparked a storied career: “Now take the shot”,’” by Charlie Brinkhurst-Cuff with photographs by Michelle V. Agins Michelle V. Agins is one of the New York Times longest-serving photographers. As the second black woman to join the newspaper as a photographer, she has spent much of her career […]

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The tiny gardens of East Vancouver Boulevard are a lesson in reclaiming urban space

Saba Farmand leads a walking tour of Boulevard Gardens in East Vancouver on April 22, Earth Day.Photograph by Jesse Winter/The Globe and Mail Saba Farmand never planned to become a tourist guide. A landscape architect and arborist, he can be a little cheesy when it comes to urban design and streetscapes. When he moved to […]

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Lesson of the day: “While families mourn, grandparents intervene”

Lesson Overview Featured Article: “As Families Grieve, Grandparents Step In”, by Paula Span with photographs by Todd Heisler In the United States, no less than 200,000 children have had a parent who died of Covid-19. Following these losses, other family members – often grandparents – frequently step in to support grieving children. In this lesson, […]

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The state of the photography industry in 2022

MENLO PARK, Calif., April 25, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Following a survey of more than 3,300 global photographers last March, trends clearly show the industry emerging from the fog of COVID as many aspects society and business are back to normal. Since the first survey on the state of the photography industry conducted in February […]

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Lesson of the day: “Why urban pigeons are worth watching”

This lesson is part of our Accessible activities feature, which aims to accommodate a wider variety of learners on our site and The Times in general. Learn more and tell us what you think here. Lesson Overview Featured Article: “Why Urban Pigeons Are Worth Watchingby Rosemary Mosco Pigeons are polarizing birds. Some people love them […]

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“Learning photography is nothing but travelling”

By Shubhangi Shah “It was Henri Cartier-Bresson,” said Professor Parmanand Dalwadi of who was behind his “trip to France” in the 1970s. A graduate of the National Institute of Design (NID), Dalwadi (82) accompanied Bresson, the legendary French photographer, during his trip to India in the 1960s. In return, Bresson took him to Paris where […]

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How online title loans can help you out of a financial crisis

If you’re like most people, you’ve probably had to deal with a financial pinch at some point in your life. This can be a very difficult situation to get out of, but there are options available to you. One such option is an online title loan. In this blog post, we will explain how PaydayChampion […]

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Tether Tools ONsite USB-C 30W Battery

Plugging a USB Type-C cable into the battery, then the other end directly into the camera instantly begins supplying power. This is indicated on the Sony A7 III by means of the small power sign next to the battery level indicator and confirms that the pack is supplying power. It’s that simple; usually on a […]

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New Insta360 AI video tools add options for creative moviemaking

360 video has opened up tons of new creative opportunities for filmmakers, even when not shooting in 360 mode. Apps included with new cameras such as Insta360’s ONE X2 can crop and trim video into compelling 2D footage , and new modes that incorporate AI create previously unknown possibilities. In this video, 360 video creator […]

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Mount Laurel racism brings back the best lesson my mom taught me

Note: This piece first aired after allegations of racism surfaced in a town in NJ. Mother’s Day is coming soon. My mother has been on the rise for years and hasn’t been well lately, and I’d like to remind people of how many valuable lessons in integrity our special mothers gave us as children. The […]

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Twitter tries hard to promote third-party security tools

Twitter has launched a new limited experience that will see it natively promote developers’ third-party security tools on its service, Tech Crunch reports. The test will initially focus on apps such as Block Party, Bodyguard and Moderate, which can help block harassment and other toxic content on the platform. With this experience, some users will […]

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Photography festival that taps into our humanity

Like a number of festivals delivered during COVID, the inaugural PHOTO 2020 faced upheaval. A last-minute postponement and rebranding saw the new biennale pushed back and relaunched as PHOTO 2021. That’s no small feat for a new venture with over 50 exhibits and event partners. But for a new festival focused on uniting one city […]

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Distance Learning Tools for Conducting Effective Online Classes

2020 has been a pivotal year. Everything changed. This includes how children and university students travel to and from school. Throughout the outbreak, the majority of the world has social distancing regulations in place. It’s like: 20 second hand washing routines, public mask wearing social distancing. Do you suggest this had an impact on teacher-student […]

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New Atomos tools let you upload footage on Frame.io’s camera to the cloud while it’s still being shot

Atomos announced the new Atomos Connect accessory that plugs in your Ninja V or Ninja V+ and a new Shogun Connect all-in-one device, both of which allow you to capture and transmit your footage directly to the Frame.io camera to the cloud (C2C). The Frame.io C2C system is designed to better facilitate remote collaboration or […]

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Free Android Photo Editing Tools: Improve Your Appearance

FLOUR KABIR | Published: April 21, 2022 2:03:35 p.m. | Update: April 25, 2022 10:09:51 a.m. In the age of social media, photo editing apps have become essential for most smartphone users. There are thousands of photo editing apps in the Google Play Store, let’s take a look at some of its best offerings. PicsArt […]

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Ben Folds Teases Mini Music Lesson To The Air Of New Peanuts Special

Source: Apple (Image credit: Source: Apple) What do you want to know “It’s the Little Things, Charlie Brown” is streaming now on Apple TV+. The new Peanuts special tells a story about environmentalism to celebrate Earth Day. Apple TV+ has released a new lyric video with music from Ben Folds. “It’s the Little Things, Charlie […]

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E-commerce and creative tools will merge

E-commerce software and creators are starting to collide. To understand the impact ahead, let’s define a few terms. The economy of creators The first is the “creator economy”. Observers sometimes apply the term to apps alone. For example, journalist Kyle Chayka wrote in a 2021 New Yorker article that the creator economy is “the web […]

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2 Inventors, 1 Lesson – Inventors Digest

Trying to create a market for your invention rises to another level of difficulty. Invent for an established market. Competitors are not always your enemies. BY JACK LANDER Working as an assistant to a patent attorney in the early 1930s, Chester Carlson was frustrated with the slow and clumsy process of copying and mailing copies […]

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Conf Photography / signature – CatchLight 2022 Visual Storytelling Summit

Non-profit media organization CatchLight will present its 2022 Visual Storytelling Summit on April 19-20, 2022 at the San Francisco Institute of Contemporary Art. Two immersive days of conversation, inspiration and community will feature some of the leading voices in visual storytelling. Global and local CatchLight fellows, including Andrea Bruce, Yesica Prado, Josué Rivas, David Rodriguez […]

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Princess Essex review – Anne Odeke sparks black British history lesson | Theater

PPrincess Dinubolu of Senegal made headlines in 1908 for taking part in a beauty pageant at Southend-on-Sea. It was controversial for a black woman to be part of such a competition and she went all the way to the second round at Kursaal amusement park in Essex. But mystery swirls around this nonconformist historical figure. […]

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Eric Davidove shows off his vibrant and energetic street photography

“My passion is street photography and I tend to take quirky and humorous photos,” says photographer Eric Davidove. He continues: “Maybe it’s because I was a street mime for ten years and I have a knack for spotting and exploiting situations like this.” Davidove recently submitted his series mission district to our artistic team, and […]

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The library is preparing a “maker lab” so that the public can access high-tech tools

Miami County commissioners voted Feb. 15 to lease space at the library for a technology center and innovation space for public use. The agreement for 8,533 square feet on the second floor of the Hobart Center at 510 W. Water St. is for 10 years. The library is located just east of the Hobart Center, […]

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Photograph of former CSUN student on display in Manzanita Gallery – Daily Sundial

With their costumes and makeup on, waiting for the curtains to be drawn, Amy Zapata and her four siblings were eager to perform in front of the sold-out crowd. A hat was passed around the audience to collect tips from generous patrons. The show was a home production of lip-synced “Aladdin” songs, and Zapata’s parents […]

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A lesson in Canadian hospitality

What’s endearing about “Letterkenny Live” is that all the performers are there to prove that it’s not just behind-the-scenes magic that imbues each episode with its trademark signatures. The show’s machine-gun barrage of fast-paced puns, the Skids’ dance moves, everyone’s ability to (almost always) keep straight faces while the jokes escalate — ‘Letterkenny Live’ proves […]

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Lesson of the day: “The long scourge of lead poisoning”

This lesson is part of our Accessible activities feature, which aims to accommodate a wider variety of learners on our site and The Times in general. Learn more and tell us what you think here. Lesson Overview Featured article: “The long scourge of lead poisoningby Ellen Gabler The use of lead dates back to ancient […]

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A Look at Some Common Beginner Portrait Photography Mistakes

Portrait photography is one of the most popular genres, and it comes with its own set of challenges and pitfalls. If you’re new to portraiture and want to improve your work, check out this fantastic video tutorial which details some common mistakes beginners make and what you can do to fix them or avoid them […]

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‘This guy in our women’s studies class’ – La PRAIRIE

“That Guy in Our Women Studies Class” is a memoir by Allan D. Hunter about his time in college and what he learned along the way. Hunter is an academic who focuses on writing about gender issues. Attending women’s studies classes taught her to see the world through a lens of compassion. In college, Hunter […]

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Lesson of the day: “Photographing the reality of war”

Lesson Overview Featured Article: “Photographing the reality of warby Emmett Lindner Did you follow the war in Ukraine? Did any of the photographs showing the people and the destruction stick with you? New York Times photographer Lynsey Addario spent several months in Ukraine documenting the war. The Times interviewed her while she was in Kyiv […]

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Lesson for the day: “A fast and frugal route to a career as a cook? Community college.’

Lesson Overview Featured Article: “A fast and frugal route to a career as a cook? Community College.by Priya Krishna In response to the closure of major culinary schools and increased demand from restaurants, several community colleges are developing cutting-edge culinary programs on their campuses. In this lesson, you’ll step into some of these culinary programs […]

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Red Dead Redemption 2 Screenshot Wins Virtual Photography Award

This year’s London Games Festival held a virtual photo challenge, and the winner was a stunning screenshot from Red Dead Redemption 2. Almost four years after its release, Rockstar’s Red Dead Redemption 2 always manages to win awards of all kinds. At this year’s London Games Festival, a fan with an artistic eye was awarded […]

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Lesson of the day: “Why do we yawn? »

This lesson is part of our Accessible activities feature, which aims to accommodate a wider variety of learners on our site and on The Times. Learn more and tell us what you think here. Lesson Overview Featured Article: “Why do we yawn?” by Roni Caryn Rabin The “Ask Well” section invites readers to ask questions […]

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Lesson of the Day: “How a High School Debate Team Shaped Ketanji Brown Jackson”

Update, April 8: The Senate on April 7 confirmed Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson to the Supreme Court, making her the first black woman to be elevated to the top of the judiciary. Lesson Overview Featured article: “How a high school debate team shaped Ketanji Brown Jackson” by Patricia Mazzei President Biden said Friday he would […]

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Ecommerce Writer on Tactics, Tools, etc.

Christopher Silvestri is a former software engineer who two years ago started Conversion Alchemy, an agency that combines website copy and user experience design. He believes that high-converting e-commerce copywriting requires an understanding of the target audience, which requires research. He told me, “I used to work for a website that sold used golf balls. […]

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Lesson of the day: “In Wisconsin: put away the mowers, please the bees”

Lesson Overview Featured article: “In Wisconsin: put away the mowers, please the bees», photographs and text by Anne Readel of The Times’s The world through a lens series. Do you have a front lawn? If not, have you ever dreamed of having one? Why do you think a lush, perfectly manicured lawn is a dream […]

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This coveted Nike Dunk High sneaker is a free lesson in women’s sizing

Courtesy Nike has been making shoes for women since 1978, when the brand launched Nike Women with a series of ads on the back of Runner’s World sports magazine. But Nike sneakers for women that men also want to wear are a relatively new phenomenon. Although sneaker culture has been growing since the 70s, the […]

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Lesson of the day: “How two best friends beat Amazon”

Lesson Overview Featured Article: “How two best friends beat Amazon” by Jodi Kantor and Karen Weise Christian Smalls and Derrick Palmer, best friends and workers at Amazon’s New York City fulfillment center, strategically organized the first successful organizing effort of an Amazon warehouse in the United States, one of the most significant union victories in […]

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A complete beginner’s guide to using flash for portrait photography

Using flash for portrait photography is something that scares off a lot of photographers, but once you master it, you’ll wonder how you ever worked without the full creative and technical control it offers. If you’re just starting out and aren’t sure how to get started, check out this incredibly comprehensive video tutorial that covers […]

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‘A lesson in nostalgia’: UM students team up to create portraits of their campus community

April 5, 2022 By: Gabriella Costa ANN ARBOR—After transferring to the University of Michigan in the fall of 2020, N’Dea Shelton, a history student in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, was looking for a way to get to know her new classmates from class. “As a transfer student, I wanted to connect […]

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Syrp Lab: Building the Next Generation of Creator Tools by Jose Antunes

Syrp is now Syrp Lab a team specializing in design, software and electronics to work side by side with Manfrotto to develop the next generation of tools for creators. Starting in January 2022, Syrp suggested something was about to happen, and in late March the mystery was revealed: Syrp became Syrp Lab, a place to […]

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Architectural Photography | Unexposed

Teshima Art Museum, Teshima, Japan, 2010 – Ryue Nishizawa; photo © Iwan Baan Architectural photography is as old as photography itself; its origins date back to the 1830s when pioneers such as Nicéphore Niépce and Henry Fox Talbot experimented with their primitive equipment, which typically required very long exposure times and painfully slow preparation, imagining […]

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Capture One 22 15.2.0 update brings new perspective correction tools and more

This Capture One 22 15.2.0 update is free for existing users and brings a new set of controls for perspective adjustments with new automatic settings that bring it in line with Lightroom’s tools. Lightroom has long had an advantage over Capture One for automated keystone corrections – great for fixing converging verticals and other perspective […]

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Lesson for the day: “We know the promise. Its author, perhaps not.’

Lesson Overview Featured article: “We know commitment. Its author, perhaps not.” by Sam Roberts More than a century after an upstate New York Baptist minister took credit for writing the Pledge of Allegiance, new evidence suggests the possibility of a very different story – that a 13-year-old schoolboy from Kansas could have been the author. […]

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Grand Tetons National Park Route Plans for Portrait Photography Permits

Grand Teton National Park has reversed its decision to require a permit for any type of portrait photography within its boundaries. The proposed rules had drawn criticism from photographers and First Amendment advocates and were removed following a successful campaign by several photography associations. The rules were in direct conflict with existing laws on what […]

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Camera makers need to learn this important lesson

I’ve always been fascinated by how little hype the photo world can produce, and camera makers still don’t seem to understand its value. Not so long ago, we saw the watch world turn into chaos with the Omega x Swatch collaboration. For years it made me wonder why the photo world couldn’t create so much […]

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Opening of the “Farm Tools Project” exhibit at 2 locations in Waterville

Waterville Creates’ “The Farm Tools Project,” an exhibit at the Ticonic Gallery and Railroad Square Cinema Lobby, is set to open Monday, April 11. It features a rake, shovel, stirrup hoe and the shadow of a hand – basic tools used to lay out and maintain a healthy row of vegetables. Image submitted Waterville Creates […]

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PHOTO 2022 Melbourne International Photography Festival to open this month

Australia’s self-proclaimed ‘biggest photography biennale’ is set to return to Melbourne and regional Victoria in April. The 2022 PHOTO International Photography Festival will open on April 29 and run until May 22. The festival program features 123 local and international artists and photographers, celebrated through 90 exhibitions, including 24 projects specially commissioned for the 2022 […]

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BC SAR team truck, tools stolen in Cariboo – Maple Ridge News

Anger, shock and disbelief. These are just some of the sentiments Chief Rick White of Central Cariboo Search and Rescue (CCSAR) has as Williams Lake RCMP investigate the overnight theft of the brand new emergency response truck and tools. of the CCSAR. “I couldn’t believe someone would do this,” White said Sunday morning (April 3). […]

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Talented Lanarkshire photographer wins prestigious student photography award

A talented student from New College Lanarkshire has won Scottish Nature Photography Student of the Year at the annual Scottish Nature Photography Awards. The annual competition invites entries for images taken in Scotland by professional or amateur photographers from around the world. The Lanarkshire Live app is available to download now. Get all the news […]

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Marin County Arts Emerges From Pandemic With Next-Gen Tools of the Trade

When COVID-19 hit the scene and closures followed in 2020, Sausalito artist Sue Averell feared bringing the term “struggling artist” to life. Given that 95% of artists surveyed by the Americans for the Arts advocacy organization have suffered a loss of income and more than 60% are unemployed, the reality of these dire circumstances was […]