Driver education in everyday life we can notice the way home, work, school or other activities is becoming increasingly more complicated since every day increases the number of cars in the cities and they continue in the same way, I think that today the driver education is very important both for the authorities as for motorists and also pedestrians.We currently have road signs which in some way expedite the roads, but that goes with this. If you are unsure how to proceed, check out Danny Meyer. In many cases by haste or other reasons we do ignore those causing accidents and losses up to human.To improve this we must ask ourselves what to do or how to do to improve the roads and avoid accidents.Let’s look at the role played by each of the characters already mention which all the population at some point touches us play.Motorist: it always hurry to reach their destination, is distracted, stressed, loses control, does not care and thus does not respect the signs and not to the pedestrian, causing accidents.You must respect signs out more early and patience.Pedestrian: you should know that roads and streets are not to go walking or playing, I believe that this is the biggest problem that we pedestrians and is where we should start putting in practice the driver education. According to NYC Mayor, who has experience with these questions. So that in this way we avoid the recklessness of citizens wanting to place stops every 10 meters or in front of his house. Since this cut off roads.Authorities: as such have to enforce traffic rules not falling into corruption that this way everyone respect the road rules and having better circulation and driver education. As a contribution to citizenship, I think that if everyone had very clear driver education everything would be easier, as motorists would avoid the traffic and pollution, as pedestrian accidents and as authorities corruption.We put into practice our driver education and show our culture to make useful traffic, bridges, pedestrian areas and the placement of stops at strategic locations.
A jam session of superlatives in the Berlin tape Club of fashion designer Tommy Hilfiger had loaded once again: this time it went to Berlin with much music celebrities to the jam session. With: Kelly Rowland and Wyclef Jean (ex-Fugees), the soul singer Joy Denalane and Michi Beck of the fantastic four. Improvisation, quick changes and surprising riffs and rhymes: Bebop, blues, rock or hip hop – Jam Sessions are inseparable from the history of music. The New York fashion designer Tommy Hilfiger has this famous tradition boom revives: in Los Angeles, London, Milan and now currently in Berlin tape Club. The rules of a Jam Session are very simple: meet several artists on the stage after a short Soundcheck and play away together but it wasn’t quite so easy then.
In addition to empathy and improvisation talent, also a piece of good organization include professinell to get all the stars at the start. Brief scare in Berlin: the backing band had a different set list as destiny’s Child Star Kelly Rowland get just good that set the soundcheck one day prior to the session in a black box Music Rehearsal Hall. Everyone kept its nerve, tour manager and sound engineer to disponierten, while the musicians at the buffet strengthened themselves where there was so tasty stuff like spicy Moazzarella Taler with Cous Cous or blue Montana chicken wings. All bio sees itself. Because the buffet came the organic caterer from Berlin once again select catering. “Lovely catering people”, a crew member of joy Denalane, who had arrived in the meantime mummelte. Michi Beck was also not far, Wyclef Jean, however, warmed up for an exclusive radio concert at the station of kiss – the evening of superlatives was so nothing in the way.
Markus Lupertz. 3. The artist Sala Lieber, born in Budapest Hungary, studied at the Art Academy of Dresden and Dusseldorf with Prof. Jorg Alaa village Prof. Gerhard Merz, and is a master student of Prof. Herbert Brandl. 4.
Caro Jost, who studied at the art students League in New York. Caro Jost exhibited in New York, Munich, Cologne and Shanghai. Her Streetprints she showed at the Expo 2000 and to the 50th Biennale. 5. as the fifth, the artist Andrea Lehmann was nominated on multiple referral.
Andrea Lehmann presented so far in Hamburg, Dusseldorf, Brussels, Berlin, Amsterdam, Prague and Barcelona. She studied at the Art Academy in Dusseldorf and is a master student of Prof. Markus Lupertz. The past 12 years following artists have participated in friends of the arts on the projects of the company: PIA Dehne, Anna Vilents, Sandra Hoitz, Stefanie Purschler, Kristin Dembny, Anke Stalpers, Alexandra Sell, Yun Lee, Gabriele Basch, Mantalina Psoma, Katja Prewozny, Melissa and Bapiste Pawlik, Kirstin Lampert,. Christina Assmann, Kate waters, Catherine Mayer, Iris Zakaria, Mutsumi Aoki, Alison Degbe, Jemma Endersby, Adi Braun, Julia Graff situation, grit Wallace, Gila Abutalebi, Daniela Rothenburg and Gabriele Weinspach. Since 1999, the friends of the arts organize the Goethe-Festival under the direction of Gottfried Bohmer. Since April 2008 the online platform established exclusive interview on the Internet portal, the renowned German heads will be interviewed exclusively to issues of the time. Opened the series in conversation with Prof. Barzon Brock, who turned the questions of Andreas wild Hagen and Christopher Schwarz. “The second conversation led the ARD editor Andreas Oehler, the is Gottfried Bohmer’s questions to the responsibility of the political caste, the supposed elites” and makes orgies of looting of the State as well as the consequences for democracy. The winner of the Kaiserswerther art Prize 2008 is end of may by the jury selected and on the art and culture portal of the public presented.
Shown topical art in ZeitOrten in Braunschweig and Wolfsburg offers time travel through the recent past, present and future of Marcel Dzama in the ZeitOrt Kunstverein Braunschweig with its fantastic figuration of ink and watercolor of New York artist Marcel Dzama international fame gained. Today it belongs to the most important figurative working artists of his generation. The ZeitOrt Kunstverein Braunschweig Dzama dedicated to the exhibition the never comprehensive known into the forgotten the first exclusive exhibition in Germany. In addition to a wide selection of ink and collages, sculptures, dioramas, and films will be presented. Dzamas eerie dream world of the unconscious builds usually no stringent narrative, but creates a metaphorical landscape.
In the Hall of mirrors of the Villa Salve Hospes is A game of chess Dzamas current film. The exhibitions run by the 17.9 up 13.11 in the ZeitOrt be Kunstmuseum Wolfsburg Cartier-Bresson Henri Cartier-Bresson as one of the most important photographers of the 20th century. He was the master of the moment, and many of his recordings are in the Entered the history of photography as masterpieces. Cartier-Bresson “s technique to produce exactly composed photographs, he described with the words:” taking pictures means mind, eye and heart on a line to bring. ” It is a way of life.” The exhibition features around 100 exhibits chosen by Cartier Bresson, who died in 2004, during his lifetime even. The black and white landscape photographs produced between 1933 and 1999 show how strong his photographic work by the broad of Eastern philosophies was inspired.
The selection is complemented by seven rare lithographs, which exclusively has provided his widow Martine Franck from their private collections. The exhibition can be seen until May 13, 2012. Pop and culture of everyday life in the ZeitOrt Museum of photography-the exhibition “Our House” Braunschweig will translate capitalize the universe of the two artists Katja Stuke and Oliver Sieber Braunschweig in the Gatehouses of the ZeitOrt Museum of photography. Their portraits Sieber and Stuke its way to an old question New: what identity do I for me? Where is the exterior appearance, behavior and appearance, always the scene of this communication with the other – and the photography is stage and mirror. Not only the West, but especially of Japanese popular culture its special attention. Japanese lesson”, in the southern Gatehouse, the two artists make to own and, as it promises the title of the exhibition, turn in your House. The team of ZeitOrte has ideas for weekend trips with art, culture and more in six epochs from prehistoric times to the future with insider tips more tips in terms of art and culture. You can find the right hotel for visiting the exhibitions in autumn colored art right here: service/hotels search and buchen.html description of the company team of TourismusRegion BraunschweigerLAND e.V. are the creators of ZeitOrte. You can check out more than 90 visitors attractions in Heath BraunschweigerLAND Resin inform, book travel deals and travel and day trips assemble themselves – as free service!
Graffiti is happening and from the Greek word 'Graphein' meaning 'write', and from the Italian word 'Graffito' – 'scratch', and the history of this term brings us back to prehistoric man risuyuschemu on the wall of the cave. This phenomenon seems to have been caused by the human desire for communication – 'Graffiti is a passion for people to communicate. " Graffiti element was to change the look of streets in the late 20 th century, and the mention of the word conjures up a lot of people different images. 'Graffiti – it's art or vandalism? consequence of decline or its cause? '. Scope of attitudes towards graffiti is broad and controversial.
It should be noted that many writers refer to their work rather 'raytingom (letter)' than 'Graffiti'. Fast forward to New York early 1960, when the young Julio with 204 street (part of the city unknown), began writing his 'tag' (nickname; pseudonym) Julio 204 in the metro. By 1968, his tag had been signed by all parts of the city. But the phenomenon has found writing graffiti popularity when a young 17 year old Greek Demitrios from Washington Heights – Manhattan-area and put the tag 'Taki 183' around New York City, especially in the subway. In 1971 a reporter from 'New York Times' to learn the meaning of the message found Taki and took the interview. Article 'Taki 183 spawns pen pals' was the first of kind of articles devoted to graffiti. Over the next year and after the said article the phenomenon of self-expression through the youth of painting subway has increased to such an extent that it became a whole movement, and later it began to be called hip-hop graffiti.
Alfred Gockel artnews Alfred Gockel has prepared a huge sculpture of 4.5 m height (!), for ‘ Ruhr, European cultural capital 2010 manifestation’. It’s a sculpture of 2 coalminers who lean against each other. Alfred Gockel what a miner in his childhood. This is the reason why he uses self-prepared tar in his paintings. The sculpture will officially be unveiled in the last week of May 2010 you’ll find the programming at the following website: news026.htm for August 2010 Alfred Gockel is contracted to do a solo-arttour with next performances during 3 week in all main US cities. This stunning art event starts at Rodeo Drive, Los Angeles and ends in New York.