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Showing posts from August, 2022

An Immersion at the Bassins de Lumières in Bordeaux

In 2018, the city of Bordeaux gave four submarine bunker docks to Culturespaces to create a digital arts cultural venue,  Bassins de Lumières . These digital installations allow visitors to immerse themselves in the works of some of the world's most famous artists.  After two years of extensive renovation work and the installation of state-of-the-art video and sound equipment, The Bassins de Lumières opened its doors to the public in April 2020.  The current immersive exhibit invites visitors to go on a journey through the city of Venice to discover its artistic and architectural treasures with a stroll along the Grand Canal through the alleys and the squares, and, into the buildings and the churches to see the symbols of an amazing past. Artists featured in this exhibit include Claude Monet, Paul Signac, John Singer Sargent, and Pierre Auguste Renoir.  The current art exhibit showcases the magic of Venice. The display can be viewed while seated but is best viewed strolling throug

Matthew Massey of Madame Zero Champagne

 In the August issue of Galveston Monthly magazine, I share the story of a local BOI, that's someone who was born on Galveston Island, and his new Champagne brand that recently became available in the local Houston market. Meet Matthew Massey, the man behind the Madame Zero Champagne brand.