Animal portraits by Montréal-based artist Brad Woodfin. Born in Marblehead, Massachusetts, Woodfin attended The Evergreen State College where he studied printmaking and painting. More images from “We Are the Flood” below.
File this under: “If you’re really bored”. Matthew Rothenberg has created a website that tracks every time someone tweets an emoji, in real-time. It’s actually kinda scary how often people are using that tears of joy emoji. I have to admit I spent a minute watching and waiting until one of the bottom emojis was used.
Ouro Collective (Above) / Tentacle Tribe (Below)
This is a heads up for any dancers in Vancouver, Ouro Collective is bringing acclaimed choreographer duo, Tentacle Tribe to Vancouver for a series of workshops next week (Feb 2nd, 3rd, 4th). The classes are open to all types of dancers, anyone who wants to learn something new! Tomorrow is the last day to sign up for the workshops, you can get more info here: Tentacle Tribe Workshops.
We’re planning a video project with Ouro Collective, and really excited to see all the cool things they’re doing in our city. Watch a little Tentacle Tribe video below!