Join us at The Wooly on September 3rd from 7-10pm for an evening of creative mingling co-hosted with AIGA/NY. Attend and you’ll not only have a boisterously good time, but we’ll also give you one of our “mini maker kits” with ingredients to create a funky light-up coaster of your own design. Hope to see you there.
Wednesday, 3 September 2014
11 Barclay Street
New York, NY
RSVP here as a Friend of Real Art
The members of our pirate crew
have made some treasures (quite a few).
It’s loot we’d like to share with you.
Each ‘morn we’ll tweet a little clue,
a blank that must be filled by you
and duly hashtagged #DailyLoot.
By close-of-day we’ll judge the queue
and pick a winner (could be you!)
to send our Pirate booty to.
So peel your eyes and deign to view
the couplets we submit to you.
Then tweet into the ballyhoo.
The prizes will sail straight on through.
#DailyLoot Rules Recap (Pirate to English translation)
Starting on August 14th, each morning we’ll tweet a picture of the day’s prize with a clue that needs to be completed. Enter to win by tweeting to @realart with your solution and the hashtag #DailyLoot. Some time after 5pm, we’ll announce that day’s winner and ship their prize.
–Crew of the Good Ship Real Art
“I think what’s smart about them is they’re bringing in choreographers, innovative choreographers, to keep the work alive – to keep art alive.”
- Ray Mercer, Master Dance Teacher
“45 years… it says a lot about the longevity of any arts organization, let alone a dance company… These prominent people are coming in and making world-class art right here in Dayton Ohio.”
- DeMarcus Akeem, Company Dancer
Collaboration. It’s the challenge of working towards the same goal with someone else, sharing a single vision between many people. It’s at the heart of what we do at Real Art, inside our walls and out. But sometimes a project comes along that redefines what a term like “collaboration” means. In this case, we had the privilege to learn from the Dayton Contemporary Dance Company.
Real Art welcomes Sara Hinegardner as the newest addition to our team. She is an Interactive Design Intern working out of Real Art’s Dayton headquarters. With experience that ranges from old school illustration to coding websites, Sara feels most comfortable experimenting with different mediums and adapting to new challenges that come her way.
Hinegardner recently graduated valedictorian from the School of Advertising Art with an Associate Degree of Applied Business in Advertising Art and an acquired caffeine dependency.
Growing up, Sara wanted to be everything from a professional photographer to a nurse. With a passion for all things creative, and a fondness of discovering solutions to problems that plague the public, it was easy for her to fall in love with the field of graphic design. The variety of mediums that can be used to convey solid thoughts and concepts is really what drives her, and she likes the tangible details that can be executed and appreciated in a technology driven society.
As a Missouri native, Hinegardner has really come to appreciate all that Dayton has to offer. She is a baker, a poetry enthusiast, an avid movie watcher, a record collector, and she sings sometimes.
Real Art welcomes Nikola Tesla and Dr. Claw as the newest additions to our team. Both Tesla and Claw are Caribbean hermit crabs working out of Real Art’s new, New York-based Crab Lab.
As a researcher, Dr. Claw brings unique insight and experience from the field of crab technology while Tesla’s thought leadership on the Internet of Shells will contribute to our growing explorations in crab housing.
Both crabs are recent transplants from the Union Square pet store where they worked together on multidisciplinary projects ranging from culinary explorations to Tilda-Swinton-inspired performance art. They look forward to continuing their practice of combining art, design, technology, and lifestyle processes in their research at Real Art.
Claw and Tesla are passionate about using design to improve the lives of all creatures, human and crustacean alike. They are intellectually voracious and excited to wear many different shells in their pursuit of good design. In her spare time, Dr. Claw enjoys visiting museums and sitting in the water dish. Tesla is working on his first book, a collection of haiku about molting.