It’s more than likely you’re familiar with Martin Parr’s work: the legendary British photographer has made a career travelling the world and capturing its inhabitants going about their day-to-day. Continue reading Legendary Photographer Martin Parr on Collaborating With Gucci
Carrefour Spain has announced that it has opened a new Gourmet store concept in its Alicante’s Mercado de Finestrat.
The latest addition to its Carrefour Gourmet brand will mean the direct creation of over 50 new jobs, according to Carrefour. Continue reading Carrefour Launches New Gourmet Store In Spain
The highly anticipated World Premiere and Official Launch of Frances-Anne Solomon’s feature film, “Hero: Inspired by The Extraordinary Life and Times of Mr. Ulric Cross,” will be as the Opening Film at Trinidad and Tobago’s prestigious Film Festival, on September 18, 2018 at NAPA, in Port of Spain, Trinidad. Continue reading HERO Returns Home as Opening Film at the Trinidad and Tobago Film Festival
MYArt Film Festival in the Italian city of in Calabria has honored the Fujairah Social and Cultural Association, by awarding it the “Golden Shield,” in appreciation of its participation in the festival’s first edition, which was held between 8th and 11th July. Continue reading MYArt Film Festival in Italy Honors Fujairah Social and Cultural Association
Wes Anderson’s movies are often compared to works of art, so it’s only fitting the directing is about to tackle a new gig as a museum curator. The Kunsthistorisches Museum in Vienna, Austria has announced that Wes Anderson and his partner Juman Malouf are set to launch a new art exhibition this November entitled “The Spitzmaus Mummy in a Coffin and Other Treasures from the Kunsthistorisches Museum.” Continue reading Wes Anderson Heads to the Art World to Curate New Museum Exhibition in Europe
Under the oaks at Manatee Mineral Springs Park, near the tent that sold rice and steamed conch, Henry Wallace — a 61-year-old carpenter from Red Bays, Andros Island, in the Bahamas — told a stranger how he can trace back his ancestry for generations to when escaped slaves from Georgia and other Southern states sought refuge in Florida. Continue reading Inaugural Back To Angola Festival Celebrates History, Culture
Game of Thrones fans have to wait until 2019 for the TV show’s final series, but luckily there’s a way to get your GoT fix in the meantime!
That’s because National Trust is offering up an epic Game of Thrones themed festival at the real-life Winterfell – aka Castle Ward , where some of the show’s scenes are filmed.
The Winterfell Festival 2018 will offer up a bonanza of activities including meeting some of the show’s actors, immersive experiences and even the chance to learn to shoot a bow and arrow, right where Jon Snow taught Bran Stark in the first series. Read More via Mirror.