Camille Seaman: The Last Iceberg

"This is my planet. If I can make a connection to people that this is our home, I've succeeded." -Camille Seaman, artist With an ancestry of African-American, Italian and Shinnecock Indian in her veins, perhaps it should come as no surprise that photographer Camille Seaman feels a deep connection to the earth, which she affirmed …

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RAP NEWS 6 – Wikileaks’ Cablegate

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VSA Arts Celebrates JFK’s Commitment to Social Justice

Known for his debonair good looks, oratory skills and charismatic persona, one of the 20th century's most memorable presidents -- John F. Kennedy -- left a legacy that continues to enjoy the spotlight. To this day, Kennedy and his wife, "Jackie O", optimize for many the essence of power, beauty and sophistication. As president during …

Bittersweet Revitalization: Oakland’s Reincarnation

Scale Model of Cathedral Christ of the Light - Oakland, by SOM Architects (Image: Max Eternity) In spite of an ongoing, grim economic downturn felt nationally, the city of Oakland continues to enjoy a beatification, resurrection and transformation which has turned a rather neglected, desolate place into a spectacularly cleaved jewel in the Pacific Northwest. …

The Moderns @ CCCG Oakland

In our everyday lives we are surrounded by remnants of the Modernist movement in art, design and architecture... innovations developed by architects, artists, and designers associated with the Bauhaus…” says Ben Cooper, curator of Chandra Cerrito Contemporary Gallery (CCCG) in Oakland, California.   Upcoming at CCCG is an exhibition entitled Dianne Romaine: Flux and Sabine Reckewell: …