Today, when the entire world is running after a mundane lifestyle, the artists are the only souls who fill up their life. They project complex notions and performances as they breathe life into the world.
Bahadır Ünlü is a Turkish actor who plays a crucial role in spreading positivity and entertaining millions with his witty thoughts and stellar performances. He firmly believes that entertainment and Art should not have any boundaries, both metaphorically and physically. He explained, “Art and entertainment are kindred spirits. People should be able to experience them without any restrictions or inhibitions. Boundaries should be blurred, and people should come together.” Bahadir is a leading actor in Turkey, and he is keen to explore international projects and reach a broader audience.
Now his ambition is to reach out to the global audience so that he can connect with them through his Art as an actor. He is also a social influencer and enjoys interacting with his audience, fans, and followers. He enjoys social media as it is a medium that also transcends boundaries.
The actor, director life, was not a bed of roses. Bahadir has also gone through some challenging times, but experience taught him the critical aspects of life, and he knows how to connect the dots to achieve new heights. He believes that the best way to approach life is by being optimistic in the face of adversity. According to Bahadir, artists and entertainers are not bound by borders, and it is entirely correct. Bahadir believes that art and entertainment as mediums have the power to reach millions of people, surpassing boundaries like language, distance, and culture.
Bahadir has more than 600 thousand followers who regularly follow him on Instagram. Bahadır Ünlü has been very active recently on his social media. Bahadir has numerous upcoming international projects and is excited to reach out to a brand new audience, with whom he can connect and interact. Bahadir’s devotion to his Art is commendable as he continues to grow and evolve as an actor and director.
ARTS AROUND: Alberni Valley artists come together at Rollin Art Centre – Alberni Valley News
“TOGETHER” is the newest art exhibit at the Rollin Art Centre, featuring the collaborative talents of Cecil Dawson, Allen Halverson, Nigel Atkin, Lori Shone-Kusmin and Jennifer Taylor.
These five local artists collaborated over the past few months to create a truly spectacular show. This exciting exhibit touches upon significant social issues and features First Nations paintings, surfboard designs, carved river otters, drawings, cedar paddles and so much more.
We invite you to check out our website at www.alberniarts.com, where you can view this and other current exhibits in order to support some amazing artists and the beautiful work they create.
Or give us a call at 250-724-3412 and set up an appointment to come see this worthwhile exhibit.
The exhibit runs until Oct. 7.
ART WORKSHOPS FOR KIDS
Summer is meant for fun in the sun, being kids and spending time with friends.
The Rollin Art Centre will be holding art workshops for children aged nine to 11 every Tuesday to Friday from 10 a.m. to noon.
These four-day workshops are filling up fast, as space is very limited. Each week will be a different medium: Sculpture (July 14-17), Drawing I (July 21-24), paper crafts (July 28-31), Painting II (Aug 4-7), nature art (Aug 11-14), Drawing II (Aug 18-21) and multi-media art (Aug 25-28).
All art workshops will be held outside to follow social distancing guidelines. The cost is $50 per week. Register today by emailing email@example.com or call 250-724-3412.
Every Monday morning (10 a.m. to noon), the Rollin Art Centre will be holding writing camps for kids aged 10-12. Workshops feature a different genre each week.
All writing workshops will be held outside to follow social distancing guidelines. Each week’s workshop costs $15. Spots are very limited, as only five children will be allowed to register per week, so register today by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
GARDENS ARE OPEN
The Rollin Art Centre’s gardens are now open to the public from Tuesday through Saturday, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., for you to wander and enjoy.
Please note that outdoor areas such as benches and the swing, bandstand and other outdoor touchpoints are not regularly sanitized. Washroom facilities are not available for use.
While on the grounds, please supervise children at all times, supply your own hand sanitizer and practice social distancing by staying two metres apart unless you are part of an established “bubble.” If you are not, and physical distancing is not possible, we recommend that guests wear a mask.
Student Abigail McGourlay wins lockdown art competition – BBC News
A lockdown art competition for young artists has been won by a Sheffield student’s self-portrait.
Abigail McGourlay, 20, was the winner of the national Isolation Artwork competition with a painting of herself in the bath, called Brewing.
Ms McGourlay is in the second year of a fine art degree at the University of Leeds.
“It is due to lockdown that I have rediscovered my love of painting”, she said.
Ms McGourlay said: “The uncertainty of lockdown put me in quite a stressful mindset, and I found it at first difficult to feel motivated.
“This piece captures a real moment of comfort in both my two favourite things, a warm bubble bath and a hot cup of tea.”
The winning artwork, an oil painting on canvas, was selected from a shortlist of eight for the Arts Society’s national competition
Ms McGourlay also works as a swimming instructor and has been furloughed from her job while she continues to study from home.
Young artists were asked by the arts education charity to respond to the theme of isolation and their experience of lockdown.
“I’ve been painting non-stop since Brewing and I can’t wait to get some new ideas under way very soon,” the winner said.
All eight artists’ work is to feature in a digital exhibition until the end of July.
Ms McGourlay will have one of her artworks featured on the society’s 2021 membership card.
Bright blue picnic tables added to Vancouver Art Gallery's North Plaza | Urbanized – Daily Hive
One of the Central Business District’s largest public spaces has just received a colourful yet functional addition.
The Downtown Vancouver Business Improvement Association (DVBIA) has acquired and installed eight picnic tables to the North Plaza of the Vancouver Art Gallery, on the West Georgia Street side of the building.
Andrew Nakazawa with the DVBIA says the organization first pitched the idea to the municipal government in May as a way of activating the plaza during a summer that will see all large events and festivals cancelled.
Instead, the picnic tables — complimenting the plaza’s existing street furniture — provides the public with another location to eat their lunch, get some sun, or rest.
All of the tables were custom built by Vancouver-based The Great Canadian Picnic Table company to encourage physical distancing. The 14-ft-long tables are configured into two rows with a seating gap in the middle section, allowing two groups to sit safely at one table.
Temporary signs on the tables will remain until an order for touchless hand sanitizers arrie and are mounted on each table.
The tables have been highly used, ever since they were ready for public use on Saturday.
Last month, White Rock City Council also approved a street furniture expenditure of $10,000 for up to 20 picnic tables on the waterfront and other public spaces. Another $2,500 is being provided by the local business improvement association, with the same company also supplying the tables.
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