February 6, 2013An exciting new line of t-shirts has arrived at the Arcosanti visitors center. Three of Paolo Soleri’s line drawings are available in various colors.The shirts also have an interesting new logo design on the back.They are made of a very light and durable 100% preshrunk cotton, and have been printed by Conrad McAnany, son of alumni Marietta Strano and Richard McAnany. The shirts are also available at the SMOCA Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art in conjunction with the present Paolo Soleri exhibit.
November 13, 2017Welcome to the November 12. 2017 workshop participants.from left: Karl Noonan, Joseph Brand, Rebecca Manhardt.[photo by Sue Kirsch]
Turner Broadcasting Systems’ EMEA chief Jeff Kupsky is leaving the company.Kupsky, who re-located to London to set up a regional development office for Turner in 1997 and became EMEA president since 2007, will leave within the next few weeks. His decision to quit is believed to have been taken before the appointment last month of former RTL Group CEO Gerhard Zeiler as president of Turner Broadcast System International.Turner Broadcast Systems chairman Phil Kent said there had been no channel, acquisition or progression of Turner’s business in the EMEA region that Kupsky had not been directly involved with and he was leaving “with our gratitude and respect”.
Lithuanian service provider TEO announced a 5.6% year-on-year increase in TV customers in the third quarter, driven by IPTV sign-ups.TEO said that at the end of September it had a total of 171,041 TV service users, up from 161,921 for the same period last year.IPTV users increased 15.2% over the period to 102,658, though DVB-T customers dropped 6.1% to 68,383 customers.Overall in Q3 TEO said that revenue was LTL181 million (€52.4 million), down 4.5% year-on-year. Net profit came in at LTL42.6 million, down 5.9% year-on-year.
TOWER MUSEUM TO HOST FESTIVE WORKSHOPS ShareTweet “We will work on lots of different decorations at each workshop, and visitors can take them home with them – but hopefully also leave one to decorate our community tree in the lobby of the Tower Museum.“We will also have our old toy collection on display, and if anyone would like to bring any of their old toys to tell us about them during the workshops, they would be most welcome.”The workshops will run on the following dates: Friday 2 December, Friday 9 December and Friday 16 December from 10am – 11.30, and the cost for each workshop is £2, or £5 for visitors who would like to attend all three. For information contact 028 7137 2411.History lovers should also note that the next in the Tower Talks series will take place on Thursday 1st of December from 12.30pm. Historical Aviation expert, Guy Warner, will discuss the war against the U-Boats in the North West from 1914-1918.He will focus on the role of local bases, including the United States Navy flying boat based at Ture, Inishowen. There is free admission for the talk and refreshments will be provided.TOWER MUSEUM TO HOST FESTIVE WORKSHOPS was last modified: November 29th, 2016 by John2John2 Tags: THE Tower Museum will be offering visitors the chance to revisit the ghosts of Christmas past throughout December by hosting three special workshops focusing on Christmas crafts down through the decades.At each of the workshops participants will have the opportunity to create Victorian style decorations and cards which they can take home to give to friends and loved ones.Assistant Education and Access Officer with the Museum, Betty Doherty, said the workshops offered the perfect opportunity for people to get into the Christmas spirit.“Making your own decorations is a very cost effective and rewarding hobby and a great way to get into the festive spirit. It’s also a tribute to a bygone era when families spent quality time at Christmas making their own decorations.