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Now Accepting Entries for AcrylicWorks 4!
North Light Books is now accepting entries for its latest competition, AcrylicWorks 4, edited by Jamie Markle. Show us your best contemporary acrylic painting for a chance to have your work published and enjoy national recognition in the gorgeous hard-bound series AcrylicWorks. The theme for this year's competition is Captivating Color, and a variety of subjects and styles are welcome. The deadline to enter is February 26th, 2016. Enter online today! http://www.artistsnetwork.com/competitions/acrylicworks READ MORE

Courtesy of The Moon Arts Project An Artistic Time Capsule Prepares To Hitch A Ride To The Moon
When a company named Astrobotic launches a lunar rover in 2017, the MoonArk will be aboard. It's a lightweight, sturdy "portrait of humanity," carrying the work of more than 200 artists and designers. Get the full story at NPR. READ MORE

In 'Heirloom Harvest,' Old-School Portraits Of Vegetable Treasures
A leading expert of the daguerreotype started photographing a gardener's collection of heirloom vegetables 15 years ago. They've published a book to honor the unusual varieties in the collection. Get the full story on NPR. READ MORE

New York Public Library Makes 180,000 High-Res Images Available Online
Forget journeys into the stacks or stints at a library scanner: For more and more of the New York Public Library's collections, access is just a click away. Read the full NPR article here. READ MORE

An Artistic Time Capsule Prepares To Hitch A Ride To The Moon
When a company named Astrobotic launches a lunar rover in 2017, the MoonArk will be aboard. It's a lightweight, sturdy "portrait of humanity," carrying the work of more than 200 artists and designers. Listen to the full NPR story here. READ MORE

Dutch Old Master Paintings Exposed-- In More Than One Sense
Two recently restored works by the 17th-century Dutch artist Isack van Ostade reveal figures behaving less than decorously. Read the full New York Times article here. READ MORE

Apple Claims There Are 800 People Working On Developing the iPhone Camera
In a 60 Minutes piece, Apple says that there are 800 people dedicated to making the iPhone camera as good as it can be. Read the full Popular Photography article here. READ MORE

You Can Give A Robot A Paintbrush, But Does It Create Art?

Van Arman is a painter, but he's also a software designer. He has built a handful of machines and worked on a DARPA challenge team in California to build a self-driving car. His latest project? A portrait-painting robot. Get the full story on NPR.
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Ghost Towns, Surreal Ebola Docs, Hip Hats: It's Africa's Big Photo Show
This year, the Biennale of Photography is all about "Telling Time," and it comes at a very telling time for the host country of Mali. Get the full story on NPR. READ MORE

Photojournalist Pays It Forward After Earning Thousands In Copyright Fees
NPR's Kelly McEvers talks to photojournalist Yunghi Kim who has taken copyright fees from her photographs and created small grants for other photographers. Get the full story here. READ MORE

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