Exhibition company – Monge Grafico http://mongegrafico.com/ Wed, 05 Jan 2022 10:10:33 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.8 https://mongegrafico.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/icon-150x150.jpg Exhibition company – Monge Grafico http://mongegrafico.com/ 32 32 Finalists Announced for Subsea Expo Awards https://mongegrafico.com/finalists-announced-for-subsea-expo-awards/ Wed, 05 Jan 2022 09:44:56 +0000 https://mongegrafico.com/finalists-announced-for-subsea-expo-awards/ The prestigious awards ceremony, hosted by the Global Underwater Hub, will take place on February 23, 2022, at P&J Live in Aberdeen. The awards coincide with Subsea Expo – Europe’s largest underwater exhibition and conference that will return to Aberdeen in 2022. James Fisher Offshore, Baker Hughes and MAATS Tech were announced as the finalists […]]]>

The prestigious awards ceremony, hosted by the Global Underwater Hub, will take place on February 23, 2022, at P&J Live in Aberdeen.

The awards coincide with Subsea Expo – Europe’s largest underwater exhibition and conference that will return to Aberdeen in 2022.

James Fisher Offshore, Baker Hughes and MAATS Tech were announced as the finalists for the Company of the Year award, sponsored by Viper Innovations.

ITC Hydraulics & Manufacturing, J + S Subsea and Aquatec Group were announced as the finalists for the Best Small Business of the Year award.

C-Kore Systems, STATS Group and Maritime Developments are nominated in the Global Exports category, sponsored by Scottish Development International.

DeepOcean, Baker Hughes and Avon Protection are shortlisted for the Innovation for Safety award.

Ocean Infinity, EC-OG and Maritime Developments were recognized for their developments in new technologies and were shortlisted for the Innovation and Technology Award, sponsored by Piper Sandler.

The Cross-Industry Innovation Award, a new category for 2022 sponsored by Havfram UK, will be contested by 1CSI, Baker Hughes and DCN Diving.

New talent in the industry is represented by Tom Hutchinson of J + S Subsea; Pedro Costa and Dale Wakeham both of Ocean Infinity; and Edris Joonaki of TUV SUD UK National Engineering Laboratory, who were shortlisted for the Young Emerging Talent Award.

An individual who has had a lasting impact on the underwater sector throughout their career will also be recognized in the evening with the Outstanding Contribution Award.

Neil Gordon, Managing Director of the Global Underwater Hub, said: “As we continue to navigate the pandemic and ensure the energy transition, it seems more important than ever for us to celebrate and recognize our industry’s achievements in these unprecedented time.

“This will be the first awards ceremony that we are hosting as the Global Underwater Hub and will take place during the highly anticipated Subsea Expo conference, so the night promises to be a particularly special occasion. We look forward to celebrating with the entire industry, recognizing all the organizations that have gone through these difficult times and, in particular, those that have been shortlisted. ”

The rewards will take place during Subsea Expo, which runs February 22-24, 2022 at P&J Live in Aberdeen. This year’s event is themed Oceans of Opportunity and will debate and examine how the industry can capitalize on the opportunities within the blue economy, estimated at $ 3 trillion by 2030.

The awards coincide with Subsea Expo – Europe’s largest underwater exhibition and conference that will return to Aberdeen in 2022.

Read the article online at: https://www.worldpipelines.com/business-news/05012022/finalists-announced-for-subsea-expo-awards/

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Defying Covid, CES Tech Show Opens This Week In Las Vegas https://mongegrafico.com/defying-covid-ces-tech-show-opens-this-week-in-las-vegas/ Mon, 03 Jan 2022 10:00:00 +0000 https://mongegrafico.com/defying-covid-ces-tech-show-opens-this-week-in-las-vegas/ Text size The CES tech show opens for in-person attendees, but the extravagance will be reduced from previous years. David McNew / AFP via Getty Images Despite an increase in Covid-19 cases across the country, the annual CES tech show will go ahead as planned this week in Las Vegas. It’s a bold move by […]]]>

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Winners pledge to give back to Barbados https://mongegrafico.com/winners-pledge-to-give-back-to-barbados/ Sat, 01 Jan 2022 13:30:57 +0000 https://mongegrafico.com/winners-pledge-to-give-back-to-barbados/ Despite the challenges they endured while studying during the COVID-19 pandemic, the winners of the 2021 Barbados Fellowship and Exhibition are happy that their hard work and dedication has paid off and look forward to the future. radiant. Even though some of them have already started their studies in higher education institutions at local, regional […]]]>

Despite the challenges they endured while studying during the COVID-19 pandemic, the winners of the 2021 Barbados Fellowship and Exhibition are happy that their hard work and dedication has paid off and look forward to the future. radiant.

Even though some of them have already started their studies in higher education institutions at local, regional and international level, several of them indicated that at the end of their studies they intend to contribute to the development of Barbados.

On Friday, via a live broadcast, the Department of Education announced the names of six Barbados 2021 scholarship recipients – two from Harrison College (HC) and four from Queens College (QC) -, 36 winners of the exhibit and a recipient of the Barbados Community Award of Excellence. College (BCC).

HC’s Vinati Melawani, who is studying engineering at the University of Toronto, Canada, said she intends to help improve infrastructure in the Caribbean when she becomes a civil engineer.

Megan Best of QC said she was undecided about her career path and noted that she was taking time off from her studies at the moment. However, Best said that whatever path she chooses, she intends to contribute to the development of Barbados and the region.

Meladee Carter, who attended QC and is pursuing a bachelor’s degree in business administration at Oakwood University in Huntsville, Alabama, said she intends to give back to Barbados through marketing counseling and d ” help entrepreneurs understand that their brand is not only their business but also how they present themselves to their target audiences.

Ella-Jean Evelyn, also from QC, is currently enrolled in the Mathematics program at the University of Waterloo, Canada, majoring in Actuarial Science. The scholar said she intended to work for a local insurance company or perhaps provide counseling services.

Researcher Khaleel Kothdiwala, who made his presence felt in the political arena from an early age, thanked the government for showing a commitment to education by providing scholarships despite difficult circumstances.

Kothdiwala, who congratulated all the winners, is studying law at the University of the West Indies, Cave Hill Campus.

“Regarding my particular passion in terms of being able to give back to Barbados, I think it’s important that we increase the level of public education regarding our legal system. Many of us are intimidated by the law and it is not necessary because it plays such a vital role in our lives, ”Kothdiwala said.

Exhibitionist Soumaya Callender, who attended HC, is currently studying at Cave Hill School of Medical Sciences. She said that as a doctor, she intended to improve the physical, mental and emotional health and well-being of Barbadians and others, whether working in the public or private sector.

Exhibition winner and HC graduate Vienna Cozier, who is enrolled in the business program at the University of Toronto, Canada, said she would return to Barbados to set up her own business in a region that would contribute to the development of the country.

Christ Church Foundation School alumnus Gaziyah Bentham, who thanked everyone who pushed him towards academic success, said he hoped his achievement of reaching an exhibition in 2021 would be a source of encouragement for the students he left at Christ Church School. .

“Currently, I am on the University of the West Indies at Cave Hill campus pursuing a dual major in Computer Science and Accounting. I wholeheartedly intend to contribute to the socio-economic well-being of Barbados, ”said Bentham.

Laureate of the Lodge School exhibit, Maya Graham said she was in the process of applying to two international universities where she intended to study sustainable agriculture.

“I hope this education will help me come back to Barbados and innovate more in the agricultural industry by hopefully trying to incorporate more sustainable techniques into our agriculture so that we can really attract more overseas business, ”Graham said.

Nekoda Ellis, one of five BCC graduates who won an exhibit, will attend the Cave Hill campus from January where he will pursue a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology. Ellis said his ultimate goal was to become a theater therapist.

“Drama therapy, in short for those who are wondering, primarily uses theater techniques to allow people to express their feelings through role-playing, singing, dancing, acting, among others. And with my knowledge of therapy, I think this unconventional form of psychology will help a lot in diversifying psychology in Barbados and our exploration of mental health, ”Ellis said.

Kelly-Ann Skeete, who studied administration and office management in British Columbia, won the award for excellence. (Ah)

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Young Poland at the William Morris Gallery https://mongegrafico.com/young-poland-at-the-william-morris-gallery/ Fri, 31 Dec 2021 00:30:28 +0000 https://mongegrafico.com/young-poland-at-the-william-morris-gallery/ The French artist Maurice Denis, in a speech on “New orientations of Christian art” published by the Youth Review in February 1919, cited “the sumptuous glass roofs of the Pôle Mehoffer in Friborg” as one example among others, giving hope for a post-war revival of Christian art. Józef Mehoffer collaborated with Stanisław Wyspiański in Young […]]]>

The French artist Maurice Denis, in a speech on “New orientations of Christian art” published by the Youth Review in February 1919, cited “the sumptuous glass roofs of the Pôle Mehoffer in Friborg” as one example among others, giving hope for a post-war revival of Christian art.

Józef Mehoffer collaborated with Stanisław Wyspiański in Young Poland (Mloda Polska), an Arts and Crafts movement with strong stylistic and philosophical affinities with the work of William Morris, John Ruskin and their followers in Britain. These affinities were strong in Europe at the start of the 20th century. In addition to their exploration through the exhibition “Young Poland” at the William Morris Gallery, these affinities are also currently featured in the Hungarian National Museum in “The Beauty of Utopia. Pre-Raphaelite Influences in Hungarian Art at the Turn of the Century ”, which focuses on the artist colony Gödöllo founded by Aladár Körösfoi-Kriesch. Denis noted another influence in the conversion of Belgian art critic Bruno Destrée, in part through the influence of the works of Pre-Raphaelite artist Edward Burne-Jones.

From the end of the 18th century, Poland underwent successive partitions dividing its territory between Russia, Austria and Prussia, so that the country disappeared from the map of Europe for 123 years. Young Poland flourished between 1890 and 1918 in response to national inexistence by becoming a means of preserving an endangered cultural heritage while forging a new outward-looking identity. The movement encompassed the visual arts, literature, music and theater. The works on display at the William Morris Gallery cover embroidered and woven textiles, furniture, stained glass, architectural models and designs, woodcarvings, ceramics, paper cutouts, as well as paintings and illustrations.

Private courtesy collection by descent of the artist.Karol Klosowski, At Bobbin Lacemaking (Caption), undated, chalk on paper

Main figure of the movement, Wyspiański was Morris’s Polish counterpart. The two artists shared the firm belief in the equality of fine and decorative arts. For both, history and nature were key subjects, as can be seen in works such as Wyspiański‘s Pansies, Nasturtiums and Roses (1897): mural drawings featuring repeated floral motifs on a geometric lattice, reminiscent of Morris’s wallpaper designs. These designs were intended for the painted wall decorations of the choir and transepts of the Franciscan Church in Krakow.

Wyspiański also created stained glass windows for the Franciscan Church, including a magnificent God the creator, using a style influenced by Burne-Jones. Here we see an example of this style in the stained glass Apollo: Copernicus’ solar system (1905), originally created for one of Wyspiańskimost prestigious commissions of, the interior decoration of the Medical Society of Krakow, destroyed during the Second World War, but exposed through the contemporary recreation of the work by the master craftsman Piotr Ostrowski.

Mehoffer’s work was also steeped in symbolism, as can be seen in his theatrical and otherworldly allegorical wall frieze, Nature & Arts (1901). Mehoffer’s work undertaken over 40 years for St Michael’s, Freiburg, is one of the greatest cycles of stained glass and one of the most interesting examples of European Art Nouveau in modern art and has led to other similar orders in Poland itself.

As Andrzei Szczerski and Julia Griffin note in the exhibition curators’ book (Lund Humphries, 2020), Mehoffer effectively combined Polish folk imagery with the international visual language of Art Nouveau and, as Wyspiański, saw the rebirth of Poland as a spiritual journey to national freedom.

courtesy of the National Museum in Krakow © NMK Photographic DepartmentJózef Mehoffer, Nature and Art (1901), drawing of a wall frieze, watercolor on paper mounted on canvas

Wyspiański died prematurely, at the age of 38, but the movement also spawned Zakopane’s style of architecture and interior design, based on local traditions of building, carving and embroidery from the Tatra Mountains. Stanislaw Witkiewicz was the founder and main promoter of the Zakopane style. Examples of his work include the architectural model of the most famous building created in the style, House under the trees (1899), produced for the Universal Exhibition of 1900 in Paris to promote the Zakopane style abroad. Zakopane’s style was developed before Witkiewicz knew John Ruskin and William Morris, but he later said his work subconsciously realized the theories of these British reformers.

The work of another important figure of Young Poland based in Zakopane, Karol Klosowski, is also explored in the exhibition. Klosowski was a prolific sculptor and woodcarver, painter, textile and furniture designer, letter opener, and creator of Zakopane’s Silent Villa (Willa Cicha). Every element of this villa has been meticulously handcrafted by Klosowski with ornamental lace patterns and paper cutouts on display here.

One can also see the bold and intimate watercolors of Maria Pawlikowska-Jasnorzewska, notably Jan Pawlikowski in a cosmic setting (vs. 1918) – a portrait of her second husband, part of a series depicting him among the planets on a cosmic scale.

Workshop and stained glass museumApollo: Copernicus’s Solar System After Stanislaw Wyspianski’s stained glass window (1905) for Medical Society, Krakow, contemporary recreation by artist and master craftsman Piotr Ostrowski, produced at the Young Poland Krakow Stained Glass Company (2017)

The final section of the exhibition then looks at the works produced by Ateliers de Cracow (1913-1926), a trade cooperative of architects, artisans and craftsmen, whose work sought to synthesize traditional craftsmanship. with modern techniques. These include never-before-seen Christmas tree decorations, made of simple, natural materials such as paper, beans and eggshells, which include Polish Christmas figures such as nativity scenes, Saint Nicholas, a fish and the devil (a character from the nativity scene in Poland).

The young Poland was part of an international arts and crafts movement which, as Linda Parry and Karen Livingstone identified, first developed in Britain before thriving in Europe and America. 1880s until WWI. Like the movement in Great Britain, Young Poland initiated a flourishing of religious and ecclesiastical art. In addition to a range of church designs by Wyspiański and Mehoffer, the exhibition includes a design by their tutor, Jan Matejko, for St. Mary’s Basilica, Wlastimil Hofman’s Confession, images by Klosowski showing crafts and artisans as sacred, a Expulsion from Eden by Pawlikowska-Jasnorzewska, and a binding for the Missale Romanum made especially for an exhibition of religious art in Vienna in 1912.

The movement was “based on an ideology revolving around moral and social values, striving to change the world”; and Wyspiański and Mehoffer were key figures, as were the artists featured in the Hungarian Art Museum exhibition. The spirituality of the movement is not only seen in the extent to which churches were built and decorated (5,000 Arts and Crafts style churches in the UK, for example, between 1884 and 1918), contributing to the revival of art. Christian for whom Denis looked, but also through the themes of sacrifice and redemption. Thus, within Young Poland, the suffering of the Poles was seen as having a deeper spiritual meaning which would serve to redeem Europe.

“Young Poland” is at the William Morris Gallery, Lloyd Park, Forest Road
Walthamstow, London E17, until January 30, 2022. Phone
020 8496 4390. www.wmgallery.org.uk

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HANMI Semiconductor: participates in ‘SEMICON Taiwan’ in Taiwa .. https://mongegrafico.com/hanmi-semiconductor-participates-in-semicon-taiwan-in-taiwa/ Wed, 29 Dec 2021 09:27:05 +0000 https://mongegrafico.com/hanmi-semiconductor-participates-in-semicon-taiwan-in-taiwa/ HANMI Semiconductor participates in “SEMICON Taiwan” in Taipei, Taiwan [edaily reporter Kang Kyung-rae] HANMI Semiconductor (042700) announced on the 29th that it will participate in the “SEMICON Taiwan” exhibition, which will be held at the Nangang Exhibition Hall in Taipei, Taiwan until the 30th, and will present the “micro SAW & VISION PLACEMENT” equipment . […]]]>
HANMI Semiconductor participates in “SEMICON Taiwan” in Taipei, Taiwan

[edaily reporter Kang Kyung-rae] HANMI Semiconductor (042700) announced on the 29th that it will participate in the “SEMICON Taiwan” exhibition, which will be held at the Nangang Exhibition Hall in Taipei, Taiwan until the 30th, and will present the “micro SAW & VISION PLACEMENT” equipment .

Kim Min-hyun, President of HANMI Semiconductor, said, “Considering the importance of Taiwan, which is the center of the global semiconductor market, even in the COVID-19 situation, we have decided to participate in this event to actively target major Taiwanese. clients via the local subsidiary ‘HANMI Taiwan’ By capitalizing on the world’s leading player in ‘micro SAW & VISION PLACEMENT’ sales.

He added, “We will showcase the excellence of the ‘micro SAW’ equipment which managed to be localized in June of this year, as well as promote ‘EMI Shield’ which holds the No.1 market share in the world, and ‘TSV TC BONDER’, ‘FLIP BONDER’ which are essential process equipment for the production of HBM 3D memory semiconductors, and ‘STRIP GRINDER’ for VR / AR glasses “.

The “SEMICON Taiwan” exhibition, which will be held this month due to the Corona pandemic, is a global industrial exhibition representing the field of semiconductor equipment materials. More than 650 leading semiconductor companies, including TSMC, Applied Materials, Tokyo Electron and ASE, the world’s largest OSAT company, will participate. It consists of various themes such as the latest semiconductor trend, integrated innovation technology hall and environmentally friendly manufacturing technology hall. Currently, Taiwan has issued a level 2 quarantine warning until January 10 next year, showing a tendency for COVID-19 to ease.

Founded in 1980, HANMI Semiconductor is expected to grow and expand sales next year on the basis of 42 years of business, technical know-how and more than 320 customers, including winning the 200 million export tower. dollars at the Trade Day ceremony held earlier this month.

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“Shameless, Classes”: Floyd Mayweather slammed by fans for promoting this agency https://mongegrafico.com/shameless-classes-floyd-mayweather-slammed-by-fans-for-promoting-this-agency/ Mon, 27 Dec 2021 13:06:00 +0000 https://mongegrafico.com/shameless-classes-floyd-mayweather-slammed-by-fans-for-promoting-this-agency/ The other side of Floyd Mayweather, who portrays him as a business genius, didn’t have his best run when he tried to promote a car rental company in Dubai. The undefeated boxer took his time to praise the agency, but netizens really bought the claims. Although many believers may believe it, many of them have […]]]>

The other side of Floyd Mayweather, who portrays him as a business genius, didn’t have his best run when he tried to promote a car rental company in Dubai. The undefeated boxer took his time to praise the agency, but netizens really bought the claims. Although many believers may believe it, many of them have ridiculed Mayweather’s latest marketing tactics.

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The five-division world champion appears to be on a world tour now. After being spotted in Russia, Mayweather posted footage from his tour of Dubai. He appeared to be on vacation, but “TBE” is still promoting businesses on social media.

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In a recent video, he visited a car rental company named Rotana Star. During the office tour, Mayweather filmed himself and also flooded the company with ratings.

‘TBE’ said, “Right now we are in Dubai. Rotana Star the rental car. The best by far. So when you come to Dubai. Rotana star. Look for them now.

Several netizens mocked Mayweather for the ad. One of them even tagged it “shameless and classless”. Here’s a look at a few tweets that completely slammed Floyd Mayweather for the latest promotion.

Owning several private jets and luxury cars, Mayweather doesn’t seem to be the one who relies on rental cars for his trips. Therefore, it might just be a promotional stunt that its followers did not like well.

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However, Mayweather’s stint in boxing also looked pretty bleak during his last outing against Logan Paul in June 2021.

Is Floyd Mayweather in free fall?

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After racking up a professional record of 50-0, Mayweather could have happily retired. However, he continued to appear in exhibition fights. While a brawl in Japan against Tenshin Nasukawa in 2017 benefited him, Logan Paul brought a harsh reality to Mayweather.

June 6, 2021; Miami, Florida, United States; Floyd Mayweather Jr. (Green Trunks) fights Logan Paul (Yellow Trunks) in an exhibition boxing match at Hard Rock Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Jasen Vinlove-USA TODAY Sports

The open weight show bout saw Paul enter the ring at a limit of 190 lbs while Mayweather was held at a maximum of 160 lbs. Besides, no judge marked the event, and we only saw legitimate Knockouts. As both men failed to stop, the fight ended in a draw.

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It looked bad on Floyd Mayweather’s side as he failed to defeat a social media celebrity. “TBE” made over $ 100 million overnight and left his bank account feeling the heat.

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Exhibition of more than 100 works of art by Salvador Dalí opens in Taipei https://mongegrafico.com/exhibition-of-more-than-100-works-of-art-by-salvador-dali-opens-in-taipei/ Sat, 25 Dec 2021 12:59:00 +0000 https://mongegrafico.com/exhibition-of-more-than-100-works-of-art-by-salvador-dali-opens-in-taipei/ Taipei, December 25 (CNA) More than 100 works of art by Spanish surrealist Salvador Dalí will be on display at an exhibition in Taipei from January 1, according to the Chiang Kai-shek National Memorial, which will host the event. Co-organized by the Gala-Salvador Dalí Foundation in Spain, created by the late artist himself, the exhibition […]]]>

Taipei, December 25 (CNA) More than 100 works of art by Spanish surrealist Salvador Dalí will be on display at an exhibition in Taipei from January 1, according to the Chiang Kai-shek National Memorial, which will host the event.

Co-organized by the Gala-Salvador Dalí Foundation in Spain, created by the late artist himself, the exhibition will present the 100 watercolors he painted according to the Divine Comedy, a poem by Italian writer Dante Alighieri on a trip to hell. and purgatory, before reaching heaven, the memorial hall said in a statement on Friday.

In addition to the 100 watercolors created between 1959 and 1963, another notable piece that will be shown in Taiwan for the first time is his 1979 oil painting “In Search of the Fourth Dimension”, which features the “Watch in Fusion. “for which Dalí is known. , said the memorial hall.

“Destino,” an animated short created as part of a collaboration between Dalí and the Walt Disney Company in the 1940s and released in 2003, will also be featured in the exhibit, according to the Memorial Hall.

Other works of art in the exhibit include his paintings from the 1920s, set designs from the 1940s and works from his last days before his death in 1989, the statement said.

The exhibition will take visitors through Dalí’s life and the wide range of fields in which he worked, such as architecture, sculpture and theater, the memorial hall said.

Tickets are sold at a discounted price through several ticketing services in Taiwan, including books.com.tw, ​​7-Eleven’s ibon, Family Mart’s FamiPort, udn, KKday, and co-organizer website Mediasphere Communications until the 31st. December.

The exhibition will run until April 13.

(By Wang Pao-er and Kay Liu)

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Triller announces merger and plans to become a publicly traded company https://mongegrafico.com/triller-announces-merger-and-plans-to-become-a-publicly-traded-company/ Thu, 23 Dec 2021 18:19:57 +0000 https://mongegrafico.com/triller-announces-merger-and-plans-to-become-a-publicly-traded-company/ Triller goes public. In a press release issued yesterday, Triller announced its intention to merge with SeaChange International, Inc. as a step towards public trading on the NASDAQ stock exchange under the symbol “ILLR”. Triller is best known to boxing fans as the company behind a series of boxing events and music showcases. Their first […]]]>

Triller goes public. In a press release issued yesterday, Triller announced its intention to merge with SeaChange International, Inc. as a step towards public trading on the NASDAQ stock exchange under the symbol “ILLR”.

Triller is best known to boxing fans as the company behind a series of boxing events and music showcases. Their first big splash in the sport was an exhibition fight in November 2020 between Mike Tyson and Roy Jones Jr which our editor Scott Christ called “perfectly enjoyable” and “you know, very good”. This fight was followed by a Jake Paul v Ben Askren event in April 2021 that sold a lot of pay-per-views, and a $ 6 million offer that gave them the right to promote Teofimo Lopez against George Kambosos Jr. .

The Lopez-Kambosos fight was originally seen as a high-profile first step towards working with contemporary high-profile professional boxers, and has led to rumors that major promoters like Golden Boy could sign to host regular fights. via Triller. But, a series of delays and questionable management decisions turned Lopez-Kambosos into a seven-month mess that resulted in Triller losing the fight (and a $ 1.2 million deposit).

Along the way, Triller also promoted a much-maligned bout between Vitor Belfort and Evander Holyfield which Scott Christ described at the time as “one of the saddest and most shameful displays of pessimistic nonsense that the sport of boxing will never see “. They launched a series of boxing and music streaming events for $ 2.99 on Tuesday night and were sued for using a triangular ring design for their mixed MMA-boxing “Triad Combat” events.

SeaChange, not to be confused with the late 1990s Australian soap opera of the same name, is described in the press release as “a publicly traded company focused on advanced digital advertising.” They recently reported a third quarter loss of $ 2.1 million from $ 7.2 million in total revenue, and at the time of this story their shares are trading at $ 1.88 per share.

The two companies will join forces in a reverse merger, a faster and cheaper alternative to an IPO [IPO] transition for a private company seeking to go public. If the deal goes as planned, Triller will combine with publicly traded SeaChange in early 2022, change the name of the combined companies to TrillerVerz Corp and publicly trade on NASDAQ under the symbol “ILLR”.

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tadoo List – Calendar of artistic and cultural events for January 2022 https://mongegrafico.com/tadoo-list-calendar-of-artistic-and-cultural-events-for-january-2022/ Tue, 21 Dec 2021 19:55:44 +0000 https://mongegrafico.com/tadoo-list-calendar-of-artistic-and-cultural-events-for-january-2022/ Arts and culture events taking place in and around Lexington in January 2022 CONCERTS & CONCERTS Marty Stuart and his fabulous superlatives. January 13. Grammy-winning country music icon Marty Stuart’s career dates back to 1968 when he toured with Lester Flatt and Johnny Cash’s Road Band. While the singer-songwriter is well known for “The Whiskey […]]]>

Arts and culture events taking place in and around Lexington in January 2022


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Marty Stuart and his fabulous superlatives. January 13. Grammy-winning country music icon Marty Stuart’s career dates back to 1968 when he toured with Lester Flatt and Johnny Cash’s Road Band. While the singer-songwriter is well known for “The Whiskey Ain’t Workin ‘”, a duet with Travis Tritt, as well as for his distinctive scarves and stage attire, he has continued to release relevant music. and visionary in recent years, including 2017’s “Way Out West”, a cinematic love letter to the American West. 7:30 p.m. Lexington Opera House, 401 W. Short St. www.lexingtonoperahouse.com

Christone “Kingfish” Ingram. January 14. Representing “the next generation of great American blues artists” (PBS NewsHour), this Clarksdale, Mississippi-born blues guitarist and singer became known early on for his thrilling live guitar performances, winning many accolades and even a 2019 Grammy nomination. 8pm Manchester Music Hall, 899 Manchester St. www.manchestermusichall.com

Black Jacket Symphony: The Beatles’ “White Album”. January the 21st. This constantly evolving assemblage of musicians specializes in classic interpretations of classic rock albums. This month they’ll perform the iconic 1968 Beatles double album. 8pm Lexington Opera House, 401 W. Short St. www.lexingtonoperahouse.com

Jean-Paul Blanc. January the 21st. According to NPR, if his former band The Civil Wars “invited listeners to confuse their characters with singers, (John Paul White) makes it clear where his songs are coming from.” White will perform an acoustic ensemble of solo material in this stripped-down and intimate performance, with a supporting performance by folk rock singer-songwriter Alexa Rose. 7 p.m. The Burl, 475 Thompson Road. www.theburlky.com

Todd Snider. January 28. American songwriter Snider returns to his storytelling roots, filled with freshly inspired folklore and a new interactive concert experience. 8 p.m. Manchester Music Hall, 899 Manchester St. www.manchestermusichall.com

ART & EXHIBITIONS

LexArts Hop. January the 21st. Held every two months, the LexArts Hop offers art lovers the opportunity to visit as many of the more than 30 participating art galleries, studios and museums in one evening. Many sites offer refreshments, and some keep even later hours during the Choose Your Own Adventure event. A full list of participating locations and other details are available in the Hop Guide, which can be picked up at LexArts on Mill (161 N. Mill St.) or downloaded online. 5-8 p.m., various locations. lexarts.org/discover/lexarts-hop/

The Biennial of the Nude. Presented until January 7. With a history spanning over 30 years in Lexington, this jury-reviewed exhibition shines a light on contemporary nude figurative art, typically featuring dozens of local, national and international artists working in a variety of media. Gallery opening hours: Wednesday to Thursday, 12 p.m. to 5 p.m. Fri, 12 pm-8pm; Sat, 12 p.m. – 5 p.m. Loudoun House, 209 Castlewood Drive. www.lexingtonartleague.org

Thoughts: African-American voices on the past and present. Exhibition from January 14 to February 25. In this exhibition, participating artists will unveil their thoughts on how the past and present influence and shape contemporary African American life. Lexington artist and former Smithsonian historian / archivist Kim Dixon uses mixed media to create paintings that echo the painful truths of African American history and the distorted images of blacks used in early 20th century advertisements. The exhibit will also feature artist, activist and former Kentucky poet laureate Frank X Walker, painter and social justice advocate Sandra Charles, community muralist Keaton Young, multimedia artist LaNia Roberts, and naturalist and printmaker. Norman Spencer. An additional juryed exhibit featuring African-American artists from the region will be held in conjunction with the exhibit, and a LexArts Hop reception will take place on January 21 (5-8 p.m.; masks required). Call (859) 252-5222 for availability and gallery hours. Living Arts & Science Center, 362 N. Martin Luther King Jr. Dr. www.lasclex.org

Todd Hido: The poetry of darkness. Exhibited from January 18 to June 4. Photographer Todd Hido has spent decades exploring the mystery of suburban neighborhoods at night, finding them eerily lit by glowing windows that suggest hidden stories. Driven by the threat of global climate change and a grim political atmosphere, his most recent landscapes examine a world seemingly on the brink of apocalypse. Gallery opening hours: Tuesday to Friday, 10 am to 5 pm; Sat 12 pm-5pm. People without an appointment are welcome but reservations are preferred; visit finearts.uky.edu/art-museum to book your visit. University of Kentucky Art Museum, 405 Rose St.

Gloves in a storm sewer. Presented until January 8. Showcasing works by artists Pierce Birdsong, Clint Colburn, PotDog, Paul Eldred, Cooper Gibson, Zephir Griffin, Coleman Guyon and Georgia Henkel, this exhibition is described by curator James Lyons (aka Whitefox) as “a sanctuary to the hardships that artists survived the craziest time of our generation, ”highlighting the mixed feelings of responsibility and fear experienced by Lyon and other artists during the pandemic. “We are now in a position to translate these experiences,” Lyons said in a description of the exhibit. “Whether it’s because of the pandemic or socio-political illnesses, we’ve all lost something; and in this sanctuary we give our respects, our accounts, our new tricks and our old ones. Gallery opening hours Wed-Fri, 5 pm-8pm; Sat, 12 p.m. to 3 p.m. (closed from December 22 to January 1). The Parachute Factory, 720 Bryan Ave. www.parachutefactorylex.com

Reba McEntire. January 28. The “Queen of Country” returns to Lexington for a retrospective performance in the arena featuring the # 1 hits spanning her four-decade career. 8:00 p.m. Rupp Arena, 430 W. Vine St. www.rupparena.com

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The Lexington Theater Company: Concert with the stars. January 8. Providing a chance for talented young performers to share the stage with Broadway stars, this cabaret-style concert combines performance tunes with backstage stories for an engaging and unique theatrical event. This year’s performance stars Rebecca Covington Webber; her husband, Donald Webber Jr .; and Jeremy Landon Hays. 8 p.m. Lexington Opera House, 401 W. Short St. www.lexingtonoperahouse.com

Studio players: “Becky’s New Car”. January 13-30. Becky is a prisoner of middle age, middle management, and a poor marriage – with no prospect of change on the horizon. Then one night, a socially inept and grief-stricken millionaire stumbles into the car dealership where Becky works, and is offered nothing less than a new life. Thu-Sat, 8:00 p.m .; Sun, 2:30 p.m. The Carriage House Theater, 154 W. Bell Ct. www.studioplayers.org

Harlem Globetrotters. January 17. Part streetball and interactive family fun, the newly redesigned Harlem Globetrotters Spread Game Tour will showcase the best of Globetrotters in a dazzling display of talent and play. 2:00 PM Rupp Arena, 430 W. Vine St. www.rupparena. com

Broadway Live: “An Officer and a Gentleman.” January 28-30. Based on the Oscar-winning film starring Richard Gere, this sweeping romance is the story of Zack Mayo, a new member of the US Navy with a bad attitude – until he meets a sergeant determined to blow him up. his arrogance. Zack finds solace in the arms of a local factory girl. But it’s only when tragedy strikes another candidate that he learns the importance of love and friendship. Fri, 7:30 p.m .; Sat, 1 p.m. and 7:30 p.m .; Sun, 1 p.m. and 6:30 p.m. Lexington Opera House, 401 W. Short St. www.lexingtonoperahouse.com

“Macbeth.” January 7-9, 14-16. In this inaugural winter production, the Appalachian Shakespeare Center at EKU, in co-production with Blackbird Dance Theater, presents Shakespeare’s tragedy in a style that presenting bodies describe as “lean, physical, contemporary, and sexy as hell; certainly not your grandfather’s Shakespeare. Fri and Sat, 7:30 p.m .; Sun, 2:00 p.m. EKU Center for the Arts, 822 Hall Drive, Richmond. www.appshakes.com

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Meet the UAE signage company behind the innovative digital visitor experience of the Dubai Exhibition Center https://mongegrafico.com/meet-the-uae-signage-company-behind-the-innovative-digital-visitor-experience-of-the-dubai-exhibition-center/ Mon, 20 Dec 2021 03:00:36 +0000 https://mongegrafico.com/meet-the-uae-signage-company-behind-the-innovative-digital-visitor-experience-of-the-dubai-exhibition-center/ Blue Rhine Industries is the company behind digital sinage at DEC at Expo 2020 Dubai Image Credit: Provided Blue Rhine Industries of Dubai explains how the unique combination of digital and static orientation signage makes DEC at Expo 2020 the ultimate destination for conferences and events Step out of the metro into the central courtyard […]]]>

Blue Rhine Industries is the company behind digital sinage at DEC at Expo 2020 Dubai
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Blue Rhine Industries of Dubai explains how the unique combination of digital and static orientation signage makes DEC at Expo 2020 the ultimate destination for conferences and events

Step out of the metro into the central courtyard of the Dubai Exhibition Center (DEC) at Expo 2020 and you are greeted by striking 12-meter-high digital totems, clad in the hallmark of the latest event taking place in the all-new venue of Dubai conference.

Guiding visitors through DEC’s 45,000 square meters of halls and meeting rooms is a high-tech network of 1,600 digital and static orientation signs, all fully integrated into the site’s state-of-the-art infrastructure. Behind this unique exhibition signage is Blue Rhine Industries, a Dubai-based digital signage and signage manufacturer. Founded two decades ago in the emirate, Blue Rhine is a veteran of the burgeoning technology and advertising scene in the Middle East.

Responsible for the installation and fabrication of signage, Blue Rhine worked with a range of contractors and design partners to bring DEC’s vision to life. The orientation system, which combines digital and traditional signage, is the first of its kind in a venue of this size and Expo 2020 is the perfect platform to showcase its futuristic potential, said John V. Joseph , Sales Director of Blue Rhine.

“As a local manufacturer in the United Arab Emirates, this project was unique, challenging and extremely rewarding. We’ve built a guiding framework that creates a hyper-personalized visitor experience at an innovative global event in the city where Blue Rhine has become the market leader it is today. In a traditional conference center, you rely on roll-up stands or static lettering and introduce digital signage in the final stages, but this venue shows how fluid and responsive the attendee journey can be when you integrate it right from the start. start.

One of 20 types of exhibit signage installed by Blue Rhine throughout DEC, the directional totem signs lining the north and south complexes are split into static and digital halves. Illuminated static lettering on the lower half directs visitors to fixed points of interest such as prayer rooms, and the upper half is an IP68 waterproof and dustproof LED display.

The combination of digital and static signage ensures that conference organizers can easily create their own visitor journey through DEC by tailoring the content displayed on screen to their specific event. This can be controlled from a central content management system from anywhere in the world.

After entering DEC’s sprawling North and South complexes, visitors can use one of the available touch screens to download their delegate badge or scan a QR code with their smartphone to use an augmented reality event card. As they walk into the exhibit hall or boardroom, sponsor’s marketing content may appear on hanging video walls.

John explains, “With the increasing use of personal devices, we are finding that people are more inclined to use these tools for navigation and accessing information in public spaces at points of interest. By incorporating this into exhibition signage, brands not only tap into a creative and personalized way to reach target audiences, but organizers can also broadcast public service information live. You can display augmented or virtual reality advertisements, broadcast sessions, or post live health and safety announcements in response to what is happening in the field. For example, if there is a fire, you can direct people to the emergency exits.

True to the overall look and feel of DEC, the 12-meter totem pole shape is inspired by the sand dunes of the United Arab Emirates. Blue Rhine manufactured and installed custom LED screens to fit the required curved design.

Optimized for low power consumption

Nimesh Nair, deputy director of projects at Blue Rhine, said the displays need to be fully color calibrated and programmed for different brightness levels so that visitors to Expo 2020 can have the best experience. For such high resolution and bright LED displays, it would be easy to assume that the displays are expensive to use, but Nimesh explains that they are not.

“Our IP68 screens require 40% less energy than their traditional equivalents. Due to the advancement of technology, we can produce high resolution screen and reduce power supply without affecting display quality.

Nimesh adds, “To ensure structural integrity, we have designed all metal elements in such a way that the panels remain completely stable, coating them with a special grade of stainless steel so that they also retain their pristine appearance. We manufactured and installed all screens on scope and on schedule, hoping that Expo 2020 would start in October 2020. ”

Blue Rhine also achieved one of the highest scores for on-site health and safety. “We were already in compliance with the strict worker welfare requirements of Expo 2020 before the start of the project, which is a very advantageous position for a subcontractor working in a dynamic and competitive market such as Dubai, ”explains John.

With DEC now hosting global events at the heart of Expo 2020, Blue Rhine embarked on its new business by branching out into AR and VR brand experiences and dynamic content creation with the launch of Waai Tek, the artificial intelligence branch of the company.

“Through Waai Tek, we are using our technical understanding of signage equipment to help brands take advantage of the digital solutions at their fingertips in the most engaging way possible,” says John. “With the rise of the metaverse and combined realities in everyday life, we believe this is the future of our industry.”

Learn more about Blue Rhine’s work at Expo 2020 here.

This content is sourced from Reach by Gulf News, which is GN Media’s branded content team.

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