With the hot summer upon us, the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston is once again enticing us inside with some very cool immersive art. The entirety of the End of the Universe can be experienced in a relatively short time, as it consists of four paintings; a large and rather whimsical yellow and black, fiberglass pumpkin sculpture, appropriately titled “Pumpkin;” and two of Kusama’s immersive Infinity Rooms.
Now that the school year has come to an end your kids are likely buzzing with excitement about their summer days ahead. To help keep their enthusiasm alive plan ahead with activities that will keep your children’s minds engaged and their hearts happy. Here are some fun trips and tips to keep your summer running smoothly.
Located in New York City’s vibrant Soho, you’ll find Cadillac House as innovative and creative as the neighborhood it callas home. Dedicated to what’s new and next in the arts, culture, fashion and culinary world, you’ll discover everything from a gallery featuring the latest in cutting-edge Contemporary Art, to a retail pop-up showcasing up and coming designers, to a café hosted by local roaster JOE Coffee. You’ll also find the latest Cadillac vehicles and technology.
Everything’s better outside. Dining alfresco, swimming in a lake, reading by the pool and of course outdoor gatherings with friends and family. While the basics of a great party are common knowledge, it’s the little details that can take a party from good to great that are often overlooked. These quick tips will have you covered.
If the idea of a green lifestyle seems more daunting than doable, don’t be discouraged. Going green doesn’t have to mean drastic life changes, all it takes is a few simple changes to make a really big difference. Thanks to modern day innovation and creativity, supporting and maintaining green living has never been simpler.