Gift Wraps – Artdeko BG http://artdeko-bg.com/ Thu, 24 Nov 2022 14:12:42 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://artdeko-bg.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/07/artdeko-bg-icon-150x150.jpg Gift Wraps – Artdeko BG http://artdeko-bg.com/ 32 32 23 things to do in Bristol this week, from November 28 to December 4 https://artdeko-bg.com/23-things-to-do-in-bristol-this-week-from-november-28-to-december-4/ Thu, 24 Nov 2022 12:11:52 +0000 https://artdeko-bg.com/23-things-to-do-in-bristol-this-week-from-november-28-to-december-4/ SPONSOREDMonday Friday: Robin Hood & Mariam, Redgrave TheaterDeep in Sherwood Forest, swashbuckling couple Robin Hood and Marian take from the rich to give to the poor. With their band of outlaws, they have only one goal: to outsmart the dreaded Sheriff of Nottingham and the greedy Prince John. The production is brought to you by […]]]>

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Monday Friday: Robin Hood & Mariam, Redgrave Theater
Deep in Sherwood Forest, swashbuckling couple Robin Hood and Marian take from the rich to give to the poor. With their band of outlaws, they have only one goal: to outsmart the dreaded Sheriff of Nottingham and the greedy Prince John.

The production is brought to you by the students of Bristol Old Vic Theater School – Photo: Bristol Old Vic Theater School

Monday: Pizza Making Class, Pizza Workshop Whiteladies Rd
Whiteladies Road Pizzeria is hosting a 2 hour workshop with their “Master Pizza Maker”. You’ll be greeted with a drink and some olives, and proceed to make, knead, and top your own pizza from scratch, which you’ll enjoy with your fellow workshop participants.

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Tuesday: Diverse Artists Network, Bristol Beacon
The Diverse Artist Network: All Things Music event returns to Bristol Beacon – a space for musicians and creatives to share and connect through discussions, inspirational talks, performances and music creation. Being seen. Be heard. To be paid. Are you an artist, musician, manager, promoter looking to diversify your network and find new opportunities for collaboration? This is the event for you. All things music will celebrate key triumphs and address issues around diversity and representation in the music industry. This one-day event will include a chance to meet the Diverse Artists Network and Bristol Beacon teams, speakers from across the music scene, and opportunities to speak with representatives from some of music’s biggest organizations.

The event is the perfect opportunity for emerging musicians in Bristol to meet and be inspired – Photo: Bristol Beacon

Tuesday: Bristol Screenwriting Meetup, Watershed
A new meetup group, encouraging screenwriters or anyone involved in upcoming film projects, to bounce ideas off like-minded people and meet new people. As this is a new group, it is still evolving, so if this interests you, go ahead and help shape this potential new community.

The meetup is based in the Watershed bar/café – photo: Arup

Tuesday: An Evening with Gaza City Journalists, Bristol Palestine Museum
This Tuesday marks the International Day of Solidarity with Palestine. At Bristol’s Palestine Museum, you will have the opportunity to meet journalists currently working in Palestine, ask them any questions you may have about the current situation and participate in a panel discussion on the issue.

The event is hosted at the Bristol Palestine Museum on Broad Street – Photo: Bristol Palestine Museum

Wednesday: Nathalie Holmes – ‘Vitamin Be’ Album Launch, The Jam Jar
To celebrate the release of her debut album Vitamin Be, Natalie Holmes heads to The Jam Jar, bringing her unique blend of introspective and smooth indie pop. With the support of Hesta Banks, bringing the rhythms influenced by jazz with his guitar.

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November December: Christmas Spiegeltent, Harborside
Bristol’s most unique pop-up venue, Christmas at the Spiegeltent, returns for its 10th anniversary! Bringing a wide range of events from family events to cabarets to club nights, you can find something for everyone.

The Spiegeltent turns 10 this year – Photo: Christmas Spiegeltent

Thursday: Jester comedy, The meeting room
Head to the St Nicks boozer this Thursday for their weekly comedy night, featuring a combination of emerging local talent and established names testing out new material.

The monthly comedy night is a great opportunity to find promising new talent – Photo: The Boardroom

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Friday-January 8: Belle and Sebastian, Bristol Old Vic
This Christmas, join the Traveling Light Theater Company and Bristol Old Vic for a classic family tale based on the children’s story by Cécile Aubry. Belle and Sebastian – it follows two kindred spirits as they venture into nature to escape and discover each other. From 4 years old.

Belle and Sebastian is Bristol Old Vic’s Christmas production this year – Photo: Bristol Old Vic

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Friday: First Friday, Watershed
First Friday is a free monthly social event at Watershed’s Pervasive Media Studio and online that is open to everyone. At this month’s event, discover the work of artist, sculptor and researcher Alec Stevens (sharing their latest work “Queer Bar Light Room”) and director and animator Reuben Armstrong (sharing a variety of short documentaries and music videos).

First Friday is Watershed’s popular monthly social – Photo: Watershed

Friday: Boycott (screening), Arnolfini
As part of the Bristol Palestine Film Festival, Arnolfini is screening Boycott, a documentary examining anti-boycott legislation in the United States, from the perspective of three people from across the country. The screening will be followed by a panel discussion, delving deeper into the issue and linking it to what we are currently seeing unfold in the UK.

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Open Friday: Pinocchio by Guillermo del Toro, watershed
Guillermo del Toro breathes spectacular life into Carlo Collodi’s highly adapted dark tale of the legendary wooden boy in this life-affirming piece of stop-motion musical magic.

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Saturday: Scribbles and sketches, various locations
Free family art workshops held monthly on Saturdays across Bristol. Venues include Easton Community Centre, Hartcliffe Children’s Centre, Faithspace Redcliffe and Southmead Community Corner. Animated by artists so that young and old can participate together. No reservation required. See website for details on locations, times and dates.

Scribble and sketch is RWA’s free community arts and crafts session – Photo: Lisa Whiting

Saturday: Creators Market, Strange Brew
The ever-popular Creators Market at Strange Brew returns this weekend, featuring a host of local and independent creatives and makers selling their wares. With everything from handmade scarves to vinyl records, it’s definitely worth checking out.

The market is a great opportunity to pick up bargains from local makers – Photo: Strange Brew

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Saturday & Sunday 10 & 11 December: Made in Bristol Gift Show, Bristol Beacon
Shop local this Christmas at the Made in Bristol gift fair at the Bristol Beacon. Discover up to 100 artists, spread over six floors, during 2 more colorful weekends. Grab a coffee, bring a friend and buy unique gifts for someone you love.

The Made in Bristol gift fair is back for 2022 – Photo: Made in Bristol

Saturday: Housework Presents: Eris Drew, Strange Brew
Stay at Strange Brew for their house/techno promoter party Housework. They welcome groove royalty in Eris Drew, who will play an extended set in the Brew’s intimate back room.

Sunday: Bristol Palestine Film Festival, St George’s
An evening of compelling and illuminating films from Palestinian creators, showcasing some of the incredible musical talent coming from the state. Follow subjects through their tumultuous musical journey, both onstage and offstage.

And soon…

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December 6: RWA Christmas after hours, RWA
Come join us for a festive atmosphere during the Christmas After Hours event on December 6, 2022, from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. Browse the annual open exhibition at your leisure, drink in hand. Why not try making your own Christmas cards with artist Sophia Rae at drawing school? There will be a bar and music. The RWA Boutique will be open for late-night Christmas shopping, with a complimentary gift-wrapping service available for the evening. Tickets include entry to the exhibition, Christmas card making workshop and a free drink.

RWA After Hours is a great opportunity to see the gallery in a relaxed evening mood – Photo: Lisa Whiting

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December 7-31: Aladdin, Redgrave Theater
Join us for a thrilling magic carpet ride and an adventure of a lifetime as ALADDIN takes flight to Bristol’s Redgrave Theatre. With spectacular sets and costumes, incredible special effects, hilarious jokes, foot tapping tunes and great audience participation that will entertain and amuse the whole family. So don’t delay – book your tickets today – and enjoy Bristol’s best party treat suitable for anyone aged 3-103!

Aladdin is coming to the Redgrave Theater in December – Photo: Redgrave Theater

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December 9: Jamz Supernova, Strange Brew
Jamz Supernova is a taste pioneer. Through the many facets of her job – which includes being a DJ, host for Radio 1Xtra and BBC 6music, podcast host and running her label Future Bounce – Jamz focuses on the global sounds platform and the encouraging emerging talent. As a DJ, Jamz has channeled this global perspective into eclectic selections that span UK funky, underground club tracks, breakbeat and more. A regular on the UK and European festival and club circuit, she has played clubs including Glastonbury, The Warehouse Project, We Out Here and Outlook.

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December 16: Children of Tomorrow, Trinity Center
Presented by members of Black Creatives (launched by I-Dentity), Children of Tomorrow is an evening of thought-provoking talks, live performances and food to raise money for Chris Kaba’s family. This event is a celebration of Chris’ life, but also a time to bring the community of Bristol together. We will hold important conversations through a panel discussion led by MoYah.

Fundraising includes talks, food and music – Photo: Trinity Center

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The 31st of December: Obsidian NYE with Booty Bass and Shade Cartel, Trinity Center
Booty Bass teams up with Shade Cartel to celebrate the end of the year in the best possible way, providing a space dominated by various divas. Get ready for an immersive experience, your senses will be ignited as soon as you enter. Leave your inhibitions at the door, that’s where the energy comes to ignite. Proud of our similarities and differences; This is where you can be your most authentic self.

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The 31st of December: Alfresco Disco: Light Box NYE, Secret Location
Alfresco Disco is the collective responsible for some of Bristol’s most daring events. For this NYE, they’ve secured the keys to an incredible disused factory in central Bristol. Expect multiple sound systems on a stunning industrial playground. As always, the line-up will remain secret until the day – previous guests have included Axel Boman, Shanti Celeste, Eats Everything, Marshall Jefferson and DJ Die.

Main photo: Made in Bristol

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Raven’s Home: Tanya Baxter Returns – T’Keyah Crystal Keymáh in Season 5 https://artdeko-bg.com/ravens-home-tanya-baxter-returns-tkeyah-crystal-keymah-in-season-5/ Sat, 19 Nov 2022 02:30:00 +0000 https://artdeko-bg.com/ravens-home-tanya-baxter-returns-tkeyah-crystal-keymah-in-season-5/ Disney Channel just gave us a Baxter family reunion that’s been in the works for 17 years. Friday’s episode of The Raven’s House welcomed T’Keyah Crystal Keymáh as Raven’s mother, Tanya Baxter, marking the character’s first on-screen appearance since Season 3 of It’s so raven in 2005. (Keymáh left the show halfway through her race […]]]>

Disney Channel just gave us a Baxter family reunion that’s been in the works for 17 years.

Friday’s episode of The Raven’s House welcomed T’Keyah Crystal Keymáh as Raven’s mother, Tanya Baxter, marking the character’s first on-screen appearance since Season 3 of It’s so raven in 2005. (Keymáh left the show halfway through her race to care for her grandmother, Tanya was therefore sent to law school in London.)

Raven was thrilled to reunite with her mother on the right side of the pond for the first time in over a decade, but Victor had a slightly more complicated reaction to his ex-wife’s unexpected return. Considering he never even told her about his heart attack, it’s fair to wonder how much estranged spouses talk to each other. His clumsy inability to invite his own wife to lunch was also troubling.

To make matters worse, Raven had a vision of Victor telling Tanya, “I can’t live like this anymore.” Traditional shenanigans ensued as Raven’s paranoia led her to crash on her parents’ romantic sailboat ride. (“No one dumps my mom, not even my dad!”)

Meanwhile, Booker and his associates track down the exact tree that Victor and Tanya carved their names into – the perfect gift for Victor’s 60th birthday – but they missed the delivery. Specifically, they dropped the stump from the Golden Gate Bridge… and wouldn’t you know it, it fell right on Victor and Tanya’s sailboat.

After being rescued by the Coast Guard and returning home, Victor finally told Tanya what Raven was afraid of. But here’s a shocker, if you can believe it – Raven misinterpreted her vision! “I can’t live like this anymore,” Victor said. “We have been living apart for years. I thought it was fine with me, but I saw you today and realized it wasn’t. Instead of ending things with Tanya, however, Victor announced that he wanted to move to London so they could finally be together.

Tanya was thrilled with this turn of events, even more so than Lazlo, who claimed Victor’s now vacant bedroom as soon as he heard about the big move.

But don’t worry, Victor won’t be in London long. Rondell Sheridan is expected for the sixth season of The Raven’s Housewhich was announced at Disney’s D23 Expo in September.

Did you enjoy that long-awaited Baxter family reunion? That the other It’s so raven the characters you always hope to see on The Raven’s House? Drop a comment with your thoughts below.

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Be sure to keep an eye on your gifts during the holiday season https://artdeko-bg.com/be-sure-to-keep-an-eye-on-your-gifts-during-the-holiday-season/ Wed, 16 Nov 2022 00:45:00 +0000 https://artdeko-bg.com/be-sure-to-keep-an-eye-on-your-gifts-during-the-holiday-season/ COLUMBUS, Miss. (WCBI) – It’s that time of year when a lot of people can’t wait to shop until they drop. But before you drop your gifts in the car and drive off, make sure they’re safe. People look forward to the holidays. Shop for these Christmas deals and watch their loved ones’ faces light […]]]>

COLUMBUS, Miss. (WCBI) – It’s that time of year when a lot of people can’t wait to shop until they drop.

But before you drop your gifts in the car and drive off, make sure they’re safe.

People look forward to the holidays. Shop for these Christmas deals and watch their loved ones’ faces light up when they open that perfect gift on Christmas morning.

But you may need to make sure those gifts are securely locked away to prevent potential curmudgeons from stealing your Christmas cheer.

The holidays have arrived and people are spending their money on gifts for friends and family.

Whether online or in stores, shoppers need to be careful because there might be someone lurking out there to take the “Merry” out of your Christmas.

Kristin Tate of ALFA Insurance says that during the holiday season her clients call her to make sure they are covered in case they are the victim of a crime.

“We go ahead and look at the covers and make sure those customers haven’t made a major purchase in the year that’s been missed and we go over that and have those conversations and at that time there we can increase the blankets,” Tata said.

Tate also suggests that you keep those big purchases a secret.

“We’re going ahead to have those conversations with our customers to lock the door before you leave so we don’t put cardboard boxes or obvious purchases they’ve made on the road and that’s a way to our owners to protect themselves,” Tate said. .

Captain Anthony Nelson, patrol commander with the Columbus Police Department, says it’s an unfortunate holiday tradition – every year crime increases as we get closer to Christmas, and that’s why people have to double up of caution.

“Most people who are going to commit crimes find the holidays a good time to do so. Therefore, if you are shopping, you need to make sure that if you are buying gifts and are in the store, place Put them in your chest and lock them in your trunk, said Captain Nelson.

And no matter where you live, you should always protect your assets.

“It happens. It happens in every walk of life, even in the most pristine neighborhoods of our state. No one is protected against theft, so what we do is try to warn our customers and to warn our community just to be a little safer during this time because no matter how beautiful our friendly city is, there are always bad people out there and we just have to be prepared,” Tate said.

Capt. Nelson says the Columbus Police Department plans to increase patrols around shopping malls and residential areas during the holidays.

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Wisconsin Travel: Holiday Shopping – WTMJ https://artdeko-bg.com/wisconsin-travel-holiday-shopping-wtmj/ Thu, 10 Nov 2022 00:18:51 +0000 https://artdeko-bg.com/wisconsin-travel-holiday-shopping-wtmj/ A meaningful personal gift this holiday season can be a reminder for years to come of the care and consideration you have for a loved one. Here’s to finding the perfect gift – and having a great time doing it. Look for gifts of European-style splendor at Villa Bellezza Vineyard (County of Pepin) You don’t […]]]>

A meaningful personal gift this holiday season can be a reminder for years to come of the care and consideration you have for a loved one. Here’s to finding the perfect gift – and having a great time doing it.

Look for gifts of European-style splendor at Villa Bellezza Vineyard (County of Pepin)

You don’t have to buy an expensive plane ticket to enjoy a European-style holiday shopping experience. Villa Bellezza Winery in Pépin is designed to faithfully recreate a small Italian village.

And on Saturdays and Sundays until December 18, Cellar Square turns into a beautiful, lighted open-air Christmas market, inspired by the beloved open-air markets that are a holiday tradition in many European countries. Artisan vendors sell handcrafted goods, and food and drink keep visitors feeling full and refreshed.

To make the trip extra special, spend the night in style and comfort in a charming cabin near Lake Pepin. The cabin has a rustic exterior with red barn-like siding and tree-trunk beams supporting the porch roof. Inside, you will fall in love with the modern bohemian furniture and decorations. The cabin is large enough to accommodate eight people, so bring your friends and family for a special weekend shopping trip.

Check out the shops in downtown Baraboo (Sauk County)

Downtown Baraboo is a bustling postcard-worthy shopping destination, especially with freshly fallen snow on the ground and hanging holiday decorations. Here you will discover many different stores catering to a range of interests.

imagine toys is an almost 30-year-old independent toy store, while Baraboo Toy Soldier Shoppe offers fantastic figurines, miniatures and collectibles. Stop at The village bookseller to find the perfect novel for the bookworm in your life. They stock books for all ages, including rare and hard-to-find titles.

Plan your visit for Saturday, November 19, to coincide with the Christmas Lights Parade. This magical tradition features festive holiday floats, includes an appearance from Santa Claus, and kicks off the holiday season in Baraboo.

Once you’ve crossed off your gift list, warm up to Jose’s Authentic Mexican Restaurant. A short drive from downtown, Jose’s serves up authentic dishes cooked to perfection. You’ll find a generous menu with many variations of enchiladas, fajitas, burritos, and entrees with ingredients like spiral-cut pork, pork al pastor, carne asada, and ranchero sauce.

Take Advantage of Shopping Season at Eagle River Winery Walk (Vilas County)

See you at Eagle River on Saturday November 19 for a combination walking wine shopping experience.

The five-hour event will take attendees on a journey through downtown businesses tasting wines in stores and browsing their collections. Many participating stores offer sales during the wine walk. Eagle River’s thriving downtown area is full of stores selling homewares, Northwoods-themed gifts, jewelry, candy and popcorn, and other items that make great gifts.

Once the event is over, take a seat at Wild Eagle Pavilion for privacy and comfort. You can rent townhouse-style homes with beautiful lake views, perfect for couples or extended family reunions.

The resort is a year-round destination for enjoying the Eagle River area. During the winter months, an ice skating rink is available on-site, while in warmer weather, guests can lounge on the swim raft off the resort’s private beach. After the wine and shopping tour, however, you might find it more relaxing to take a dip in the heated indoor pool.

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When to plant the Christmas tree? Exact date revealed https://artdeko-bg.com/when-to-plant-the-christmas-tree-exact-date-revealed/ Fri, 04 Nov 2022 09:27:24 +0000 https://artdeko-bg.com/when-to-plant-the-christmas-tree-exact-date-revealed/ When will you put up your Christmas tree? Almost all of us will have one and almost all of us agree that at some point during the holiday season we’ll wish it didn’t take up all that space in our homes and where we work. Presents under the Christmas tree, at surface levelRyan McVay For […]]]>

When will you put up your Christmas tree? Almost all of us will have one and almost all of us agree that at some point during the holiday season we’ll wish it didn’t take up all that space in our homes and where we work.

Presents under the Christmas tree, at surface level

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For those of us who opt for a real tree, there will also come a time during the holiday season when our vacuum cleaners will be filled with dry brown needles and the term “fire hazard” will also take on a whole new meaning.

Christmas trees, like many traditions around the holidays, are subject to “family law”. In other words, you put up, decorate and take down the Christmas tree according to the schedule established by previous generations in your family. Sometimes that makes a lot of sense, but for men in particular, it doesn’t.

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While every family keeps their traditions for the holidays near and dear, there are certain societal norms you can’t escape discussing once the calendar turns the page to November. One of these discussions is “when to put up the Christmas tree”? If you go to any social media site where the subject is joked about, you will find that there is no real consensus.

But according to tradition, there is an exact date. According to Christmas Tree World, they should know, right? Advent begins four Sundays before Christmas. If you pull out your calendar and count down to a “month of Sundays”, you’ll see that the date to put up your Christmas tree is much earlier than expected.

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If you don’t have your calendar handy the Sunday which is four before Christmas is November 27 or the Sunday after Thanksgiving. Personally, I think now is the perfect time to put up your tree and other holiday decorations. Chances are you have free time and extra help at home.

The website Confused polled its readers and found that the vast majority of them will put up their Christmas trees between December 1 and December 10. They count the first day of December as the “unofficial” start of the holiday season.

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Besides the lovely evergreen smell that pervades a home when a Christmas tree is present, there is another added benefit. Having holiday decorations on display turned out to be a good boost for your mental well-being. Seeing all those happy objects and remembering all those memories tends to jump-start our production of dopamine, the feel-good hormone, so you might have that for you too.

From our point of view, it’s your home, so you can put up your tree whenever you want. Remember, even if it is an artificial tree, you probably need to clean it, As literally wash it off, before putting it on, especially if you or a family member has allergies.

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IDEA is officially ending – Inside Imaging https://artdeko-bg.com/idea-is-officially-ending-inside-imaging/ Tue, 01 Nov 2022 06:11:38 +0000 https://artdeko-bg.com/idea-is-officially-ending-inside-imaging/ November 1, 2022 The Digital Imaging and Entertainment Association (IDEA) has officially come to an end after more than 40 years as the leading body in the Australian photo industry. The Digital Show in 2015 was IDEA’s latest initiative of any kind. IDEA President James Murray said that during the life of the association it […]]]>

November 1, 2022

The Digital Imaging and Entertainment Association (IDEA) has officially come to an end after more than 40 years as the leading body in the Australian photo industry.

The Digital Show in 2015 was IDEA’s latest initiative of any kind.

IDEA President James Murray said that during the life of the association it “has served a rich and rewarding function in representing photographic manufacturers, importers and affiliated service providers during times of rapid and continuous change”.

The function of the Association was to “liaise with governments, like-minded worldwide associations and other photographic and educational institutions”; as well as hosting annual trade shows to showcase members’ product portfolios to professional photographers and consumers.

“Photographic exhibits, judging contests, and lectures and presentations from industry experts were also featured at these events,” Murray said. “As digitization and the availability of mobile phone image capture have led to new vendors in imaging and entertainment, original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) and vendors have reconsidered their need to actively participate in the events of the exhibition. This was despite record audience attendance at the final digital show in 2015.’

As Murray noted, IDEA’s last big hurray was the 2015 Digital Show. The years that followed were marked by inactivity and declining memberships, leaving the once mighty association unable to claim to be the supreme body representing anything.

“Gradually over the past five years IDEA membership has declined to the point where only six of the original members have remained: Nikon, Leica, Epson, Kayell, CR Kennedy and Raleru,” Murray said. “After many efforts to reinvigorate membership, the IDEA Board of Directors has come to the conclusion that it is best to dissolve the association and distribute all remaining assets and funds to a registered non-profit organization. similar profit.”

Although before virtuously diverting the remaining funds – as required by IDEA’s constitution – the Association offered cash grants to members for marketing campaigns.

Here is what we wrote in early 2021:

IDEA’s latest financial report filed with the Australian Charities and Not-for-Profit Commission shows that there was $387,000 cash remaining in IDEA’s account. IDEA enjoys tax-exempt status as a not-for-profit organization meant to promote the interests of the industry it is meant to serve. He has clearly neglected these obligations for many years now.

Each of the five companies receiving the grants is eligible for up to $60,000 each for a marketing campaign “to amplify and expand community awareness of photography, videography and their related products and services, but also to inspire consumers to recognize the unique features of cameras. which are not available on mobile phones.’

A Interior Imaging The reader poll asked, “Is dividing remaining IDEA funds among board member companies and then closing the association a good option for the industry?” 76% answered “no”.

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RMIT University is the recipient of IDEA’s remaining funds, which equals whatever remains after IDEA-sponsored marketing campaigns, plus administrative, audit, and legal fees.

Interior Imaging asked if the donation was in the hundreds, thousands, tens or even hundreds of thousands of dollars. We will update when a response is provided.

“The endowment will be used as scholarships to help educate young photography students,” Murray says. “Scholarships will be awarded on the basis of merit and the need for financial support to ensure students can continue their education and graduate.”

RMIT’s Associate Dean of Photography, Alison Bennett, said the university is “grateful to IDEA for recognizing and supporting the integrated industry training and hands-on experience our photography students have access to as they become the creators of images of the future”.

“Photography is a rapidly evolving field of practice. This endowment is an amazing gift that will help exemplary emerging practitioners prepare for the future of photographic imaging practice,” said Dr. Bennett.

And that officially leaves Australia without a photo industry association.

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KY Restaurants will offer a meal “heated in an igloo” https://artdeko-bg.com/ky-restaurants-will-offer-a-meal-heated-in-an-igloo/ Fri, 28 Oct 2022 22:36:14 +0000 https://artdeko-bg.com/ky-restaurants-will-offer-a-meal-heated-in-an-igloo/ I’ll just say it. We have been spoiled this fall. The weather was absolutely perfect. Obviously we had a lot less rain than necessary, but overall it was one of the most amazing autumns I can remember. The only downside to all those clear, beautiful, sunny days COULD be that we were spoiled; prolonged periods […]]]>

I’ll just say it. We have been spoiled this fall. The weather was absolutely perfect. Obviously we had a lot less rain than necessary, but overall it was one of the most amazing autumns I can remember.

The only downside to all those clear, beautiful, sunny days COULD be that we were spoiled; prolonged periods of good weather tend to do so. While we may, once again, be enjoying above normal temperatures as we head into the latter stages of fall, we all know it’s going to be cold at some point.

WARM UP IN AN IGLOO

And for those who like to eat outdoors (like me), there is a bit of a sadness there. But there are restaurants everywhere that have solved this little problem. Yes, you will be outside, but you will also be “inside”.

THE “HEATED IGLOO” DINNER WAS PRACTICAL WHEN THE PANDEMIC HIT

In 2021, StyleBlueprint.com published a list of restaurants that offered heated patios or socially distanced dining. And that last part tells me that’s where the idea of ​​the “heated igloo” comes from, even though none of the establishments listed mention igloos.

But 8Up Raised Drinking Room and Kitchen was not on this list. And if you have a big wallet, you and your friends can enjoy a nice evening under the stars in a transparent igloo. In 2020, it caught the eye of Good Morning America, which called heated igloos a “cool pandemic pivot.”

‘HEATED IGLOOS’–NOT JUST IN LOUISVILLE; THEY ARE ALSO IN COVINGTON

If you head down Interstate 71, you’ll find another restaurant and bar — in fact, this one could best be described as a bar and restaurant — that uses heated igloos for outdoor dining and drinking. And this northern Kentucky watering hole doesn’t mince words; it’s called IGLOOBAR, and it’s located above the Covington Taproom. (By the way, the whole “rooftop restaurant/bar” concept deserves all the superlatives.)

And these things can accommodate eight people. I would say it looks like an all evening party, but not IGLOOBAR; the igloos are only available on time slots of 2h30.

But that just means it can be part of an awesome night out on the town. Just choose your city and have a great time.

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New mom gifts that aren’t about the baby – just in time for the holidays – SheKnows https://artdeko-bg.com/new-mom-gifts-that-arent-about-the-baby-just-in-time-for-the-holidays-sheknows/ Wed, 26 Oct 2022 21:34:12 +0000 https://artdeko-bg.com/new-mom-gifts-that-arent-about-the-baby-just-in-time-for-the-holidays-sheknows/ If you purchase an independently reviewed product or service through a link on our website, SheKnows may receive an affiliate commission. New mums – at least the lucky ones – often drown in baby gifts: onesies, pacifiers, swaddles, those blankets to put the baby on and circling how many months they are, etc. These gifts […]]]>

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New mums – at least the lucky ones – often drown in baby gifts: onesies, pacifiers, swaddles, those blankets to put the baby on and circling how many months they are, etc. These gifts arrive in droves in the weeks before and after the baby. And yes, all of these gifts are wonderful, thoughtful and generous. But they are also all for… the baby. What are we moms, anyway? Chopped liver?


If you really want to make a new mom smile, give her something for se.

Especially during the holidays, a gift that acknowledges how difficult it is to have a new baby will mean a lot. And this is true (perhaps especially) even if the baby is not new born-New; these last three months are just as hard as the first ones! (That doubles if it’s her second or third child. Yes, she’s got all the baby stuff, but now she’s twice as devastated.) So whether she’s in the nursing trenchesadjusting to the rearrangement of the life of the constant newborn nap or just deal with sleep deprivationyouUpcoming gift ideas are all about mom – and do his easier life at a time when she definitely needs all the help she can get.

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A version of this story was originally published in November 2018.

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Men’s Tennis Concludes ITA Southeast Regionals https://artdeko-bg.com/mens-tennis-concludes-ita-southeast-regionals/ Sun, 23 Oct 2022 18:17:27 +0000 https://artdeko-bg.com/mens-tennis-concludes-ita-southeast-regionals/ History links TALLAHASSEE, Florida. – The FGCU men’s tennis team wrapped up the ITA Southeast regionals on Sunday. Magnus Johnson (Naples, Fla.) was the only player still in competition, but lost to Florida’s Lukas Greif 6-3, 6-4 in the singles consolation quarterfinals. “Today was a tough loss,” said the head coach J.C. […]]]>

TALLAHASSEE, Florida. – The FGCU men’s tennis team wrapped up the ITA Southeast regionals on Sunday. Magnus Johnson (Naples, Fla.) was the only player still in competition, but lost to Florida’s Lukas Greif 6-3, 6-4 in the singles consolation quarterfinals.

“Today was a tough loss,” said the head coach J.C. Weber. “Lukas played very well and took the win, but I was really hoping Magnus would step in so he could continue in this tournament. He was great fun to watch and I think he has a much clearer view of what he is up to. “what to do now to take his game to the next level. It’s never good to lose, but if you’re going to lose, that’s the way to do it. I feel the same for Magnus and the whole team.

Johnson earned a berth in the consolation quarterfinals after picking up two straight-set wins on Saturday. He also teamed up with Max Dam (Bradenton, Fla.) doubles to advance to the Round of 16.

Damm had a great singles weekend, going 3-0 in the secondary singles round robin Thursday through Saturday.

Marcelo Sepulveda (Monterrey, Mexico), Guglielmo Stefanacci (Prato, Italy), and Eric Oncins (Orlando, Fla.) also picked up singles wins this week in Tallahassee.

The Eagles will be back in the state capital next weekend when they take part in the Bedford Cup.

For complete coverage of FGCU men’s tennis, follow the Eagles on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook at @FGCU_MTen and online at www.FGCUathletics.com. You can also sign up to receive news about FGCU men’s tennis or other programs straight to your inbox by visitingwww.fgcuathletics.com/email.

CJ WEBER
The FGCU is led by three-time ASUN Coach of the Year J.C. Weber, who has coached 32 ASUN All-Conference selections since joining the Green and Blue in 2011. In his 12th year, Weber compiled a 123-95 (.564) overall record and a 51- 19 (.729) in the ASUN game. In 2014-15, Weber guided the Eagles to their first-ever ASUN championship and first-ever ASUN regular-season title after a 17-game winning streak. In his third season, Weber led Jordi Vives to No. 35 in the national rankings, a nation-leading 14-game unbeaten streak, and the Round of 16 at the 2014 NCAA Tournament – ​​the program’s first appearance. The Eagles finished a perfect ASUN regular season in 2015 and 2016, finishing with conference titles as well as Coach of the Year honor for Weber. FGCU again won the 2017 ASUN Championship and made their second appearance in the NCAA. The Eagles returned to the top of the mountain by winning the 2019 regular season and tournament championships. Weber won his third ASUN Coach of the Year award and led the Greens and Blues to their third trip to the NCAA Tournament . In 2022, Weber led the Eagles to another ASUN regular season title while reaching No. 65 in the ITA rankings, the highest in program history and was also named USPTA National Coach of the Year Steve Wilkinson.

EAGLE CAMPAIGN
IT NEEDS A TEAM to achieve our most recent goal – a $10 million campaign to address the needs of student-athletes for continued academic success, life skills, mental health, nutrition, strength and conditioning as well as needs of the department for expansion and improvement of facilities as well as mentoring and leadership training for coaches and staff. The name embodies our mission and the goal of the EAGLE – Eagle Athletics Generating Lifetime Excellence campaign.Join our team and commit your donation today to help the Eagles of tomorrow!

#FEEDFGCU
FGCU Athletics is sponsoring events in November and April to benefit the FGCU Campus Pantry (www.fgcu.edu/foodpantry) and the Harry Chapin Food Bank (www.harrychapinfoodbank.org), FGCU Athletics Charities of Choice. For more information, including how to make a contribution, please visit www.fgcu.edu/foodpantry and use the hashtag #FeedFGCU to help raise awareness.

ABOUT THE FGCU
FGCU teams have combined to win an incredible 92 conference regular season and tournament titles in just 15 seasons at the Division I level. Additionally, in just 11 seasons of DI playoff eligibility, the Eagles brought together 45 teams or individuals competing in NCAA championships. In 2022, the men’s golf team became the first program to qualify for the NCAA Tournament. Eight FGCU programs ranked in the top 25 nationally in their respective sports, including women’s basketball (#20, 2021-22), beach volleyball (#20, 2022) and men’s soccer (2018, 2019) and women’s football. (2018) as four of the most recent. In 2016-17, the Vert et Bleu posted the department’s best sixth place finish in the DI-AAA Learfield Directors’ Cup and top 100 nationally, ahead of several Power-5 and FBS institutions. In 2018-19, the Eagles had an ASUN and Florida State’s top seven teams won the NCAA Public Recognition Award for their rate of academic progression in their sport. FGCU also collectively achieved a record 3.50 classroom GPA in the fall 2020 semester and outperformed the general undergraduate college population for 26 consecutive semesters. The last five semesters (Fall 2019 – Spring 2022) saw another milestone reached as all 15 programs achieved a cumulative team average of 3.0 or higher. The Eagles also served an all-time high of 7,200 volunteer hours in 2017 – being recognized as one of two finalists for the inaugural NACDA Community Service Award presented by the Fiesta Bowl.

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EPAuto waterproof car trash can is for sale on Amazon, https://artdeko-bg.com/epauto-waterproof-car-trash-can-is-for-sale-on-amazon/ Wed, 19 Oct 2022 21:59:37 +0000 https://artdeko-bg.com/epauto-waterproof-car-trash-can-is-for-sale-on-amazon/ As hard as we try to keep our cars in tip-top shape, it’s easy for things to start piling up. The lack of storage space somehow makes it possible to toss that handkerchief, receipt, or straw wrapper on the floor, in the cup holder, or between the seats. But if you’re tired of your commute […]]]>

As hard as we try to keep our cars in tip-top shape, it’s easy for things to start piling up. The lack of storage space somehow makes it possible to toss that handkerchief, receipt, or straw wrapper on the floor, in the cup holder, or between the seats. But if you’re tired of your commute turning into a pile of trash, over 46,000 Amazon shoppers have found the perfect solution with EPAuto waterproof car trash can. Even better, it’s on sale starting at $11 right now.

The trash can measures 10.5 x 8.25 x 6.75 inches and can hold up to two gallons at a time (not bad). It won’t crumble in those curves either: it comes with an adjustable strap that attaches to your glove box, seat back, gear stick or center console. How do you dispose of your trash, you ask? The lid has a hole in the center to simply put things in. Bonus: the lid keeps everything safely inside and—thankfully—out of sight.

The bin is leak-proof, so feel free to throw those leftovers inside without worrying about leaks. Each box comes with 10 liner bags for easy waste removal. And the sides have mesh pockets for storage.

Keep your car in pristine condition for just $11. (Photo: Amazon)

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“This airtight bin has been a game changer in keeping my car clean”, raved another. “It doesn’t get in the way of legroom and you can really load it up before it eventually needs to be emptied. The cover is practical and keeps your car interior clean and attractive without showing any trash.

A third said“You need it! I’m obsessed with my car trash can. I put everything from napkins to whole cups of fast food in it. It’s lined so liquids won’t hurt it. Then I just unfasten the velcro and the vacuum over a trash can. So simple and makes my car so much cleaner.

All three camo options can be yours for just $11 right now, or 46% off. For a simpler look, choose from five solid colors: black, dark gray, light gray, green, and pink — all marked down at $12. Whichever option you choose, thousands of buyers agree that this handy car trash can is a “must have”essential to keep all this garbage secret.

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The reviews quoted above reflect the most current versions at the time of publication.

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