Under the guidance of professional teaching artists, participants will learn about performance, scene work, ensemble skills, stage combat, stage makeup, and song performance.
From Khoi Vinh, former design director of the NY Times: The Times announced that it would debut a ‘pay wall’ around its digital products, first immediately for users in Canada and then at the end of the month for the U.S. and other countries. This is the culmination of a process that began in the dark days of the so-called Great Recession.
From Pantone: Similar to the women's palette, men's hues take a painterly approach for fall 2011, but with a few nuanced variations, depicting a more masculine style. Reliable basics, including Nougat, Coffee Liqueúr, Cedar, Deep Teal, Quarry and Cadet, anchor the palette for menswear, while vibrant accents like Bamboo, Burnt Sienna, Raspberry Wine and Phox add pops of vivid color.
Pantone's fashion color report: bamboo, emberglow, honeysuckle, phlox, cedar, deep teal, coffee liqueur, nougat, orchid hush, quarry
From Bruce Temkin: 8 megatrends along with thoughts about how they’ll play out in 2011.
From Rosabeth Moss Kanter: Apple, Facebook, Twitter, IBM, PepsiCo, P&G, Stonyfield Farm, entrepreneurs, philanthropists, and former British politicians provided me with occasions for pointing to business strategy and leadership lessons, good and bad, that shouldn't be forgotten. Here are my top five lessons from last year's blogs that can be carried confidently into the new year.
From Nancy Duarte: Presentations have been through many (delightfully positive) changes in the last few years — but believe it or not — the most dramatic change is yet to come. Come along as we roll back the curtain and predict what the future looks like.
PANTONE® 18-2120 is a color for all seasons. Courageous. Confident. Vital.