Gallery Events

first_imgThree Roads Three ArtistsAshawagh Hall, SpringsReception: Thursday, August 16, 5 to 9 PM“Three Roads Three Artists,” an art exhibition featuring local artists Kirsten Benfield, Kurt Giehl, and Daniel Vernola is on display at Ashawagh Hall in Springs through Thursday, August 16. A reception will be held on Thursday, August 16, from 5 to 9 PM.“Three Roads Three Artists” is an exhibit where three roads converge and three artists come together to present a collection of oil paintings and watercolors that explores a “place between.”Water Color WorksAmagansett Library, AmagansettOpening: Saturday, August 11, 4 to 6:30 PM“Water Color Works,” an art exhibition featuring local artists Ani Antreasyan, Kirsten Benfield, Nancy Brody, Barbara DiLorenzo, Cati Van Milders, Lesley Obrock, Kate Rabinowtiz, Janet Rojas, and Jerry Scwabe, will be held at Amagansett Library through Sunday, September 30. An opening reception will be held on Saturday, August 11, from 4 to 6:30 PM.Melinda ZoxQuogue Library, QuogueThe Quogue Library presents its August outdoor sculpture artist, Melinda Zox in the “Up-Lift” outdoor series. Zox is an emerging Abstract Expressionist painter who studied at the School of Visual Arts in New York City under Frank Roth. Zox is the daughter of abstract painter Larry Zox, who played an essential role in the Color Field discourse of the 1960s and 1970s, and his artist wife Jean Glover Zox.As a result, the sculpture artist was raised in the heart of the downtown New York City art scene. Her childhood, she said, was “a continual lesson in the experience of art and creativity. Art, color, and expression were part of our daily life and almost every conversation.” Zox’s original sculpture will be on display outside the Quogue Library for the months of August and September, 2018.Nika NesgodaThe Spur, SouthamptonOpening: Thursday, August 9, 7 to 10 PMFeaturing thought-provoking photographs by Amagansett artist Nika Nesgoda, “Virgin” opens at The Spur in Southampton on Thursday, August 9. The show is presented by McNeill Art Group, and curated by Eve Gianni Corio in collaboration with Laura Eisman and Sylvia Hommert. The artist challenges the contemporary notion of iconography, identity, and religion.Taking a cue from the Old Masters, many of whom were known to have employed prostitutes and other marginalized women as their models, Nesgoda playfully interprets art history and reimagines these Church-commissioned paintings. Nesgoda employs celebrated porn stars to portray the Virgin Mary. The models featured in Nesgoda’s images include adult entertainers Tera Patrick and Stormy Daniels. A closing reception will be held on Wednesday, August 29.Ready To OpenThe White Room Gallery, BridgehamptonOpening: Thursday, August 9, 6 to 8 PMThe show “Ready To Open,” with work by artist CHO Yea Jae will be on display at The White Room Gallery in Bridgehampton. The South Korean artist brings a fresh perspective on life and North and South Korean affairs in her debut U.S. exhibition. Her artistry provides unique insights to life filled with hope and compassion in the midst of a world that is grappling with angst and transition.Female strength, grace, sensuality, and wisdom are illuminated throughout each piece with masterful fluency and feeling. At the opening, there will be special guest appearances by the founder of Gabrielle’s Angel Foundation, Denise Rich, as well as recording artist, Prince protégé and founder of Urban Farming, Taja Sevelle.BeyondThe White Room Gallery, BridgehamptonOpening: Saturday, August 11, 6 to 8 PMThe White Room Gallery in Bridgehampton presents “Beyond,” featuring the art of CHO Yea Jae, Nicholas Down, Phil Marco and Alicia Gititz. Four diverse artists display abstract paintings and photographs exhibiting elements that border other-worldly and surreal. The show will be open through August 19.Tulips!The Fireplace Project, SpringsOpening: Saturday, August 11, 6 to 8 PMThe Fireplace Project in Springs, a contemporary art gallery and project space, presents the exhibit “Tulips!” The show is a solo exhibition by Lucien Smith that will be on display August 10 through September 16. An opening reception will be held Saturday, August 11, from 6 to 8 PM. Share Art by CHO Yea Jae.last_img read more

Record results from BOC India

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Celebrations in Virginia as CONCOA marks 25 years of business

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Following Foster

first_imgGet your free guest access  SIGN UP TODAY To continue enjoying Building.co.uk, sign up for free guest accessExisting subscriber? LOGIN Subscribe to Building today and you will benefit from:Unlimited access to all stories including expert analysis and comment from industry leadersOur league tables, cost models and economics dataOur online archive of over 10,000 articlesBuilding magazine digital editionsBuilding magazine print editionsPrinted/digital supplementsSubscribe now for unlimited access.View our subscription options and join our community Stay at the forefront of thought leadership with news and analysis from award-winning journalists. Enjoy company features, CEO interviews, architectural reviews, technical project know-how and the latest innovations.Limited access to building.co.ukBreaking industry news as it happensBreaking, daily and weekly e-newsletters Subscribe now for unlimited accesslast_img read more

In the detail

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Party wall disputes: The end of the party

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Farmington Farmers Market sets permanent October end date

first_imgThe Farmington Farmers and Artisans Market will open this year on Saturday, May 19 and end on a high note with the October 27 Haunted Market.Market Master Walt Gajewski announced the change in closing date (from the first Saturday in November) during a Monday Farmington City Council meeting. The Halloween market, which is part of a downtown Farmington Halloween celebration, typically draws a huge crowd with costumed vendors, pumpkin painting and other themed activities.“It will forever end at the end of October,” he said. “I think it’s a great way to end with the Haunted Market. I think it’s a good way to go out.”Gajewski said he plans to continue arrangements with the Village Commons and Sunny Day Care & Montessori to provide more than 70 additional parking spaces on market days. In addition, improved way-finding signage has led to greater use of 48 spaces on Orchard Street, south of the market.Do you appreciate our coverage of this and other local stories? Support our work with a monthly or one-time contribution. Last year saw a 7.5 percent increase in market attendance; almost two-thirds of market-goers came from Farmington and Farmington Hills. Of the remaining 35 percent, Livonia was “far and away the biggest supporter,” Gajewski said. Visitors also come from Northville and Plymouth, and even from cities on the east side of metro Detroit.The market will celebrate its 25th anniversary this year, and Gajewski said he’s planning some special activities. Visitors will also see the return of markets celebrating Polish and Italian culture, Strawberry Shortcake Day, Elks Corn Roast, and other themed markets.“You really took the market to a new level,” Mayor Steven Schneemann said. “The whole community benefits from the energy you put into the job.”To keep up with market activities, visit farmingtonfarmersmarket.com or follow the market on Facebook. Reported by admin Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new window)last_img read more

Chip Design Software Enhances User Experience for IoT and AI-Powered Smart Devices

first_imgDeveloper of AI and (Internet of Things) IoT-based chips, zGlue has announced its ChipBuilderTM Pro Package to quickly and easily enable the next-generation consumer experiences on IoT and AI-powered devices. According to IHS Markit Technology, the number of connected IoT devices worldwide will jump 12 percent on average annually, from nearly 27 billion in 2017 to 125 billion in 2030.To enable this growth, flexible, accelerated chip design solutions will be needed. zGlue is positioned to address this demand by allowing whole systems to be converted into chips with a total development time of weeks. Traditional methods such as System-on-a-Chip projects often takes years to do the same while PCB based systems don’t meet the size requirements. With the explosive growth of IoT and AI, all in size limited systems, the need for greater agility in design and development will only increase. zGlue’s SmartFabric makes chip design and production easier and faster for the next generation of wireless, wearable and IoT innovators.ChipBuilder Pro is a disruptive, end-to-end chip design and manufacturing package that speeds development and lets entrepreneurs and developers of all experience levels design, code and make wearable, medical and other connected devices. A custom chip can be built from existing chiplets from a multitude of zGlue’s third party providers and integrated into a single package.ChipBuilder Pro fundamentally transforms the traditional semiconductor business model, democratizing chip design and manufacturing with a much more flexible and modular approach. Both big and small companies are investigating how zGlue fits into their development strategy. Google is funding two experimental projects in partnership with zGlue and Antmicro to understand how zGlue can allow for maintaining design footprint and mechanical compatibility.The ChipBuilder software leverages zGlue’s patented Smart Fabric™ technology for 2.5D chiplet integration to deliver a drag and drop integration experience, permitting developers to quickly make a heterogeneous chip. An industrial partnership is an essential part of zGlue’s ecosystem strategy. For example, zGlue and Cypress partnered to build two reference systems targeting wearable and smart home applications. The systems included Cypress’s industry-leading PSOC and WiFi chiplets for integration with zGlue Smart Fabric, through the zGlue Shuttle program. The ChipBuilder Pro allows users to accelerate product innovation and market entry by being able to iterate more quickly and more often. The solution will improve Cypress Semiconductor’s ability to efficiently address the demand of their customers who are focused on delivering lightweight, customer-centric products.Built on TSMC’s industry-leading technology, the ChipBuilder Pro offers customers the ability to quickly create unique products with space and power-saving advantages to well fit into the growing IoT market. TSMC has a long track record of working with emerging IC innovators to enable their product prototypes. TSMC will continue to work closely with its customers and help them unleash their silicon innovations to seize the growth opportunity for the upcoming AI and 5G era.zGlue also unveiled its new ChipBuilder 3.0 software, which is free to community users. The software allows users to design and visualize new ZIP (zGlue Integrated Platform) systems, request the addition of new chiplets to zGlue’s library and share designs with the rest of the ChipBuilder community, thereby offering an open, robust design resource center for developers. Developers can create chip designs from scratch or select from 1500 existing chiplets, available from the zGlue ChipletStore™, with new chiplets being added continually. They also can choose from 60 Quickstart Templates to modify or use as-is or as an inspiration for designing a variety of devices ranging from smart home to wearables and medical devices, and more.Being processor and system agnostic, devices leveraging Microsoft Azure or Arm’s Platform Security Architecture can be delivered in a ZiP. Because ChipBuilder uses Microsoft Azure cloud, products developed with ChipBuilder benefit from industry-leading security, reliability, compliance, privacy, and a vast network of people, partners, and processes. The level of security, enabled through more than $1B of annual spend and dedication of over 3500 cybersecurity professionals, is being entrusted for silicon and electronics development by both commercial and government (DoD) entities.A ChipBuilder Pro license supports two users and includes access to all chiplets, designs and templates available via the ChipBuilder software plus the ability to fabricate prototypes. Users can create and manufacture one design with one annual subscription. In creating the design, they can collaborate privately with other Pro users or publicly with the wider ChipBuilder community of users. ChipBuilder Pro also incorporates:Design and release management and versioningA sample run on the zGlue manufacturing Shuttle program, allowing the return of 10 prototype units of one design within one-to-three months of its submission to the programParasitic net extraction and system verification40 hours of engineering supportSecurity features including IP protection and visibility into account activitySystem reconfiguration during the hardware debug process – a feature that often enables bug fixes without the need for remanufacturing, thereby accelerating the path to production and revenuePricing and Availability: ChipBuilder Pro and ChipBuilder 3.0 Community Edition are now available. ChipBuilder Pro is available for an in-app purchase of $25,000.00 per year, which includes 10 prototypes of one new design every year. Users also have the option of manufacturing another 100 prototypes of the design after the initial 10 for an additional $25,000.00.zGlue showcased its ChipBuilder and ChipBuilder Pro Package at CES 2020 in Las Vegas, January 7-10, 2020.last_img read more

UWF Men Race at War Eagle Invitational

first_img Roman Kowalski  AUBURN, Ala. – The University of West Florida men’s cross country team competed in the final meet of their spring season this weekend at Auburn University. The War Eagle Invitational provided some of the toughest competition to compete against during the spring season. Freshman Roman Kowalski turned in the team’s best performance of the event.  The evening’s races concluded just minutes before a heavy rainstorm hit the area.Three Argonauts raced in the 1500 meters. Freshman Roman Kowalski (Pensacola) turned in the top UWF time in the event, with a 4:03.8 time. Junior Dominique Sykes (Orange Park), who was the pace setter through the halfway point, finished with a time of 4:10. Freshman Brandon Skeie (West Creek, N.J.) turned in a in a 4:17 performance.The race was tightly packed, as the lead pack of 10 runners went through the 400 meters within 1.5 seconds of each other. Sykes would lead most of lap two, as the top six runners would go through the 800 meter mark within two seconds of each other. Kowalski took the lead on the back curve of the third lap to start the finishing kicks for the racers. Nathan Corder of Alabama would take the victory in the final 200 meters with a strong kick.Freshman Cody Haden (Navarre) was the lone Argonaut in the 5000 meters. Haden ran with the lead pack thru the first mile in 5:00. He faded and finished with a time of 17:05, well off his season best of 16:00 set at the North Florida Invitational.The War Eagle Invitation concluded the Argonauts’ spring season. The following are UWF’s top performances for the spring season. Sykes turned in the team’s best 800 meter and 1500 meter races during the season. Both occurred at the FSU Relays in Tallahassee, where Sykes raced to a 4:02.09 in the 1500 meters, followed by a 1:56.8 for the 800 meters.  In the 3000 meters, freshman Kowalski had the team’s best performance with a 9:07 clocking at the South Alabama Invitational. Finally, the top 5000 meter time for the Argonauts this spring, was turned in at the Southern Miss Invitational, where freshman Chris Roach (Ponte Verda) raced to a victory in a 15:46 time. For information on all UWF Athletics, visit www.GoArgos.com. — www.GoArgos.com –Print Friendly Version UWF Men Race at War Eagle Invitationalcenter_img Sharelast_img read more

Report: Kyrie Irving Would Have Elected To Undergo Knee Surgery If Not Traded By Cavaliers Last Off-Season

first_img Related TopicsKyrie IrvingLebron James Eli Mooneyham January is the month that stirs the pot for the Cleveland Cavaliers. Poor play, rumors, and turmoil all circulate around Quicken Loans Arena when the new year starts up. Today brings another story, this time rehashing an old Cav’s problem with the team this past off-season.That former Cleveland Cavalier would be none other than Kyrie Irving. According to a report from Cleveland.com’s Joe Vardon, Irving would have decided to undergo knee surgery instead of play for the Cavs this season if not traded in the off-season. Irving still needs to have a follow-up surgery done to finish the procedure started in the 2014-15 season when Irving broke his kneecap in Game 1 of the NBA Finals. He threatened to have the surgery in training camp to keep him out for the season. As a result, Cleveland sent him to Boston during the off-season.LeBron James had been pretty vocal to not trade Irving for a number of reasons. For starters, James believed he could make amends with Irving and bring him to a better state of mind with the team. James stated that he went right to Kyrie when the rumors came out about Irving wanting to leave Cleveland. After talking through the situation with Kyrie, it was apparent that LeBron could not get him to stay and decided that he needed to remain focused on the task at hand of leading the Cavs.The other reason reported to be believed why James was adamant that the team shouldn’t trade Irving is the hit his brand would take. Kyrie was just starting to develop his own brand and following with that brand and missing a full season could have hurt his pocketbook in terms of endorsement money and more popularity.Alas, the Cavaliers traded Irving and are now trying to work with the haul they got back for the former Duke product: Isaiah Thomas, Jae Crowder, Ante Zizic, and the 2018 Brooklyn Nets first-round draft pick. With the team struggling right now, one or more of the players/pick they got in return might be on the chopping block.Meanwhile, Irving and the Celtics are riding high at the top spot of the Eastern Conference.center_img Elijah Mooneyham has been a dedicated sports fan his whole life. Born and raised in Cleveland, he has his best days when his hometown teams are winning. Elijah is currently on-air talent/producer on two shows, The Main Event and The Moon Hour, where you can find on AllSportsCleveland.com. He also has an insane passion for professional wrestling, so catch his opinions on the world of professional wrestling.last_img read more