Art Activities – Akademija Art http://akademija-art.net/ Mon, 18 Apr 2022 02:30:31 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://akademija-art.net/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/icon-150x150.png Art Activities – Akademija Art http://akademija-art.net/ 32 32 Synopsys (SNPS): At the heart of electronic innovation https://akademija-art.net/synopsys-snps-at-the-heart-of-electronic-innovation/ Sat, 16 Apr 2022 08:52:00 +0000 https://akademija-art.net/synopsys-snps-at-the-heart-of-electronic-innovation/ Various photographs/iStock Editorial via Getty Images Claims of a potential connivance investigation between Synopsys, Inc. (NASDAQ: SNPS) and Huawei Technologies, and Semiconductor Manufacturing International Corp (OTCQX:SUIIF) could be a game-breaking situation due to the domestic threat issue emphasized by the US government. The relevant question in the minds of investors is why would a $48 […]]]>

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Claims of a potential connivance investigation between Synopsys, Inc. (NASDAQ: SNPS) and Huawei Technologies, and Semiconductor Manufacturing International Corp (OTCQX:SUIIF) could be a game-breaking situation due to the domestic threat issue emphasized by the US government. The relevant question in the minds of investors is why would a $48 billion company do this knowing the risks involved? While that doesn’t sound good, Synopsys’ clearance will cause the stock to bounce back. Synopsys is proud to be the hallmark of the world’s most advanced chip design and verification technology. At the heart of its silicon production is the delivery of Smart Everything to customers.

Thesis

Currently, silicon and semiconductor technology is the foundation of digital transformation. Synopsys continues to improve its software ecosystem, as evidenced by its strong first quarter 2022 results, which reflect growth in its EDA software delivery. The company has seen increased demand for its intellectual property and hardware, including semiconductors. With software integrity exceeding estimates, the company is confident that it will meet the 15% to 20% growth target in 2022, including multi-year margins. With the outcome of the Fed’s investigation of Synopsys still in question, I’ll explain why that title is on hold.

Q1 2022 saw Synopsys record a 10.24% increase in revenue to $1.27 billion from $1.152 billion in Q4 2021. GAAP EPS (diluted) also increased by 56.7 % to $1.99 from $1.27 recorded in October 2021. This increase in revenues is the result of significant investments in innovations, targeted applications and technical differentiation made over the past 5 years. Synopsys also has a solid cash position of $1.27 billion against a total debt level of $580.60 million.

Market Dynamics Synopsys

The company also attributed a strong semiconductor market, increasing differentiation in technology and product execution to strong results. The global semiconductor market, which was worth $452.25 billion in 2021, is expected to reach $803.15 billion in 2028, growing at a CAGR of 8.6%. Apart from increasing consumer electronics consumption, industry growth will be driven by the adoption of artificial intelligence (AI), Internet of Things (IoT) and machine learning technologies. (ML).

With the exception of NVIDIA (NVDA), Synopsys’ market capitalization has significantly outpaced global semiconductor powerhouses such as Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co (TSM) over the past five years.

5-Year Market Cap Analysis of Leading Semiconductor Companies

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Over the past five years, TSM’s market capitalization is up 216.75% while NVIDIA is up 838.35%.

Semiconductor Company Price Performance Analysis

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Interestingly, Synopsys’ price return over the past five years was over 310%, almost on par with its rate of market capitalization increase. Intel Corporation (INTC) posted the slowest growth rate at 12% as the company is still reeling from supply bottlenecks around chip and computer production. The companies are seen to be operating on the fundamental importance of chips and electronic devices among customers who continue to show recurring positive revenue.

Yet, the modern world has seen heavy investment from AI startups and hyper-scalers that prioritize design activities. In its Q1 2022 earnings call, SNPS CEO Aart de Geus said its award-winning solution DSO.ai is an autonomous system that drives tools in the design space. DSO.ai’s core feature of accelerating chip performance has seen its product design adopted by 5 of the top 10 semiconductor industry leaders.

In my opinion, the convenience of DSO.ai makes it a strong contender in the critical revenue stream section of Synopsys. It helps in deep design space optimization with its cloud computing exploitation feature. Towards the end of 2021, Synopsys announcement that its DSO.ai achieved the highest frequency and lowest power consumption for advanced mobile designs for Samsung (OTC:SSNLF).

Income advice

As a leader in Electronic Design Automation (EDA), I think the $50 million increase in revenue for the second quarter of 2022 is, to say the least, modest. First and foremost as the market leader in providing EDA tools and technologies, Synopsys controls a huge percentage of the $8.9 billion markets. Its innovative products include the DC NXT, TestMAX and IC Validator NXT. It offers market leadership with AI-enhanced tools and AI-powered apps that are cloud-ready.

EDA tools contribute up to 65% of Synopsys revenue after 35 years of investment and runtime. The company is a strong provider for semiconductor intellectual property, an industry it has invested in for 20 years and contributes 25% of its revenue. As an emerging leader in software integrity, Synopsys has invested up to 7 years in the industry which now contributes up to 10% of company revenue. In the last twelve months (TTM) period to 2022, its total contribution amounted to $400 million, indicating a significant revenue share in the year.

As the world’s largest provider of EDA software used in chip design, Synopsis is partnership with Microsoft (MSFT) to launch the Synopsys Cloud. This solution will run on the Microsoft Azure Cloud service to give chip engineers on-demand access directly from the cloud. What we do know is that designing modern chips takes many years with engineers tasked with using EDA software to automate the steps. This is a complicated 3D design process that requires more computing and EDA resources. With Synopsys, Microsoft customers will have simplified access to a custom framework for all of their chip design requirements.

After generating annual revenue of $4.20 billion in fiscal 2021, Synopsys has set its target for fiscal 2022 in the range of $4.775 billion to $4.825 billion (a rate growth of 14% to 15%).

Increase in Synopsys annual revenue

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Synopsys’ revenue growth since October 2017 of more than 14%, with projections showing it will reach $5.35 billion by Q4 2023. To ensure the success of the recurring revenue model, Synopsys hopes to make advance its non-cancellable backlog to 2023. As of the first quarter of 2022, the company reported a backlog of $6.9 million. This backlog will provide financial stability through the economic cycle as the company continues to invest in long-term growth.

In its future Smart Everything, Synopsys seeks to design a new electronic architecture that will integrate computing and smart sensors. Part of the high-impact markets that will benefit from this revamp is the Internet of Things (IoT) where the smart home and wearable device industries are attracting diverse customers across all segments.

Industries using Synopsys products

Synopsis

In the artificial intelligence market, the deep learning chipset sector is expected to reach $72 billion by 2025.

Risks

Synopsys’ software integrity business segment, which contributes up to 10% of company revenue, faces headwinds from security testing products and services. Security vulnerabilities persist even in the open source software segment. In a report dubbed “2022 Open-Source Security and Risk Analysis”, (OSSRA) Synopsys found that outdated open-source software had multiple vulnerabilities from an operational and maintenance perspective.

In the report it was stated,

Still, more than half of the codebases we audited still contained license conflicts and almost half still contained high-risk vulnerabilities. Even more troubling was that 88% of the codebases [with risk assessments] contained outdated versions of open source components with an available update or patch that has not been applied.”

However, the company reiterated the importance of maintaining an accurate and up-to-date inventory of open source software used in their code to reduce the option of vulnerability.

The outcome of the US Commerce Department’s investigation into Synopsis’s potential technology transfer to Huawei and SMIC could damage the company’s reputation, especially if it is indicted.

Conclusion

Synopsys continues to benefit from a perpetual increase in revenue, with the second quarter expected to generate up to $50 million in revenue guidance. The company is a market leader in providing EDA and emerging as a major competitor in providing software integrity services despite the challenges of open source software. We believe the ongoing investigation to establish technology transfer to Huawei and SMIC will have a significant impact on the stock’s performance going forward. For these reasons, we offer a holding rating for the title.

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Enza Zaden Asia, Southeast Asia’s first R&D facility in Malaysia, expands agricultural seed research to the region https://akademija-art.net/enza-zaden-asia-southeast-asias-first-rd-facility-in-malaysia-expands-agricultural-seed-research-to-the-region/ Thu, 14 Apr 2022 09:55:00 +0000 https://akademija-art.net/enza-zaden-asia-southeast-asias-first-rd-facility-in-malaysia-expands-agricultural-seed-research-to-the-region/ (From left to right) Mr. Sivasuriyamoorthy Sundara Raja, Mrs. Nor Sam Alwi, Mr. Jaap Mazereeuw and His Excellency Aart Jacobi, Mr. Pankaj Malik Mr. Sivasuriyamoorthy Sundara Raja presided over the inauguration of the Enza Zaden facilities. Maintaining global food security Global players are urged to diversify into value-added activities in the agriculture and food processing […]]]>

(From left to right) Mr. Sivasuriyamoorthy Sundara Raja, Mrs. Nor Sam Alwi, Mr. Jaap Mazereeuw and His Excellency Aart Jacobi, Mr. Pankaj Malik Mr. Sivasuriyamoorthy Sundara Raja presided over the inauguration of the Enza Zaden facilities.

Maintaining global food security

Global players are urged to diversify into value-added activities in the agriculture and food processing industries. ”

—Datuk Arham Abdul Rahman

PERAK, MALAYSIA, April 14, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — Enza Zaden Asia Sdn. Bhd., the leading Dutch vegetable breeding company, announced the completion of its first research and development (R&D) infrastructure facility in Southeast Asia in Perak, Malaysia. This milestone expands Enza Zaden’s network in vegetable seed research and agricultural development through its 45 subsidiaries and three joint ventures in 25 countries. The Malaysia-based R&D facility is intended to supply agricultural seed markets in 12 countries in the region and beyond, ultimately enabling farmers around the world to grow high-quality vegetables, for the daily consumption of more than 450 million people worldwide.

Datuk Arham Abdul Rahman, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Malaysian Investment Development Authority (MIDA) responded positively: “Global players are urged to diversify into value-added activities in the agriculture and food processing industries. By leveraging Malaysia’s business ecosystem and our established local supply chain, it is an ideal destination for companies wishing to establish regional production hubs while enabling the country to strengthen its agricultural-based food production. The Enza Zaden R&D Center contributes significantly to the national aspiration to implement smart agriculture through the use of sustainable agricultural technologies and raw materials in line with the national framework for food security and global initiatives for vegetable proteins to reduce carbon emissions.

“The growing opportunities in the manufacturing of high-value food products will help Malaysian talents gain knowledge of new processes and product development, in addition to increasing exports of Malaysian-made food products,” he said. he adds.

In 2016, Enza Zaden received BioNexus status from the Malaysian Bioeconomy Development Corporation Sdn. Bhd. (Bioeconomy Corporation), an economic development agency under the Malaysian Ministry of Agriculture and Food Industries (MAFI) that provides support and facilitation to boost biotechnology and bio-industries in the country.

Mr. Mohd Khairul Fidzal Abdul Razak, CEO of Bioeconomy Corporation, said, “Enza Zaden is the first global seed player to receive BioNexus status in Malaysia. With the establishment of this R&D center, we believe the company could develop innovative seed varieties suitable for tropical climate and soil conditions. We are confident that the research results from this R&D center will benefit and uplift local farmers in addition to contributing to national food security. We will continue to support the business and look forward to its future success in adding value to the global seed industry.”

The modernization of agricultural activities in Malaysia provides farmers with good accessibility to obtain sustainable raw materials. Ongoing research efforts to identify and modify seed varieties suited to local soil and climatic conditions are essential to ensure an adequate supply of vegetables, fruits and crops in the regions. A robust local food production ecosystem would also improve food processing industries, enabling them to better manage high import costs and food safety requirements.

The company’s latest investment in Sauk is built with a conducive working environment as well as state-of-the-art R&D research and seed processing facilities. Mr. Jaap Mazereeuw, CEO of Enza Zaden, said: “As part of our initiatives to serve Southeast Asian farmers well, we have recognized that research and breeding under local conditions is imperative. to facilitate sustainable agricultural systems. After a thorough analysis, Enza’s board of directors decided to invest in Malaysia by having an R&D farm of more than 20 hectares. We are committed to empowering many small vegetable growers in the region. Our goal is to bring them solutions and opportunities and make them smile again.”

Mr. Pankaj Malik, Regional Director of Enza Zaden Asia, added, “The establishment of a new office and the presence of a dedicated R&D team with local experience and knowledge will help identify the needs of local growers. and the local market. This allows us to develop the best performing varieties, fully adapted to the local (climatic) conditions.”

Enza Zaden has invested over RM100 million in Malaysia and employed over 100 local workers at its existing facilities. The company’s technical training helps build the capacity of Malaysia’s agricultural workforce, preparing them for future ready skills. As part of its commitment to promote agricultural technical knowledge among young people, Enza Zaden also offers internship opportunities for students through its partnership with local universities as well as an education sponsorship program for students, helping thus the agricultural industry of the country to flourish.

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Male Aesthetics Market Size and Forecast https://akademija-art.net/male-aesthetics-market-size-and-forecast/ Sun, 13 Mar 2022 20:37:30 +0000 https://akademija-art.net/male-aesthetics-market-size-and-forecast/ New Jersey, United States,- This Male aesthetics market The analysis of the report provides fundamental elements designed to help industry players to make informed business decisions and assert their position in the market. This market research is conducted by combining qualitative and quantitative data, which greatly helps large companies to assess the quality of the […]]]>

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Male Aesthetics Market Segmentation:

Male Aesthetics Market by Product

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Researchers get closer to creating artificial northern white rhino eggs https://akademija-art.net/researchers-get-closer-to-creating-artificial-northern-white-rhino-eggs/ Fri, 11 Mar 2022 19:37:00 +0000 https://akademija-art.net/researchers-get-closer-to-creating-artificial-northern-white-rhino-eggs/ With only two female northern white rhinos left in the world, scientists are racing to find ways to save the species before it’s too late. They got closer to this goal by creating artificial rhinoceros eggs from stem cells. Led by a team of researchers from Leiden University, a new study in Scientific reports points […]]]>

With only two female northern white rhinos left in the world, scientists are racing to find ways to save the species before it’s too late. They got closer to this goal by creating artificial rhinoceros eggs from stem cells.

Led by a team of researchers from Leiden University, a new study in Scientific reports points out that the team was able to collect and find new information about rhinoceros pluripotent stem cells. This data is an essential step in creating artificial rhino eggs to save the species from extinction.

The team is collaborating with Katsuhiko Hayashi, a professor at Kyushu University, who successfully created mouse eggs from skin cells. The conceived offspring are born healthy.

According to a Science Daily article, iPS cells in a petri dish can develop into any cell in the body, including primordial germ cells, the type of cells researchers want to grow. iPS cells can either be in a state of naïve pluripotency or primed. In a previous trial, scientists failed to convert stem cells to the naïve state. So they modified the cells by introducing a gene that prevents cell death, and then were able to convert naïve rhinoceros stem cells, needed to produce germ cells, which pass the genes down from generation to generation.

While this research is a promising step and gives researchers greater insight into rhino stem cells, these particular cells cannot be used in the future.

“The iPS cells we cultured contain persistent foreign genetic material, namely the reprogramming factors and the gene that prevents cell death,” said study author Vera Zywitza of the Stem Cell Platform pluripotent cells from the Max Delbrück Center for Molecular Medicine of the Helmholtz Association. “This means that we cannot use them to make germ cells, because there is a risk that these will be pathologically altered.”

Still, this new information is crucial to helping scientists create artificial rhino eggs. The search comes at an important time, as there are only two female northern white rhinos, Najin and Fatu, left in the world. In November 2021, Najin, a 32-year-old rhino, was removed from the BioRescue breeding program the two rhinos had been part of due to her age and health issues. The last male of the species, Sudan, died in March 2018.

“The importance of advanced assisted reproductive technologies (aART) may go beyond supporting conventional conservation approaches such as habitat protection and breeding, as they could in some cases be the last resort to save extinction of critically endangered species,” the study authors note.

“With only two females remaining, the NWR symbolizes the ‘catastrophic decline’ of flora and fauna, and in particular large mammals, that is occurring globally due to human activities. Nevertheless, there is hope that biomedical technologies could be applied to save key species from extinction, or at least to produce cell banks for future resurrection when the technologies become available.

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Male Aesthetics Market Outlook 2029 https://akademija-art.net/male-aesthetics-market-outlook-2029/ Thu, 03 Mar 2022 22:48:09 +0000 https://akademija-art.net/male-aesthetics-market-outlook-2029/ New Jersey, United States,- This illustration Male aesthetics market The research report outlines several crucial topics such as market drivers, restraints, latest market trends, key pricing structure, customer buying behavior, and market size. It follows a systematic research procedure to provide accurate valuations as well as market growth predictions. It sheds light on critical data […]]]>

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Male Aesthetics Market Segmentation:

Male Aesthetics Market by Product

• Surgical
• Non-surgical
• Reconstructive procedures

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• Hospitals
• Dermatology clinics and cosmetic centers
• Ambulatory surgery centers

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SECTORS COVERED Types, applications, end users, and more.
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How Workplace Design is Changing to Foster More Meaningful Interactions https://akademija-art.net/how-workplace-design-is-changing-to-foster-more-meaningful-interactions/ Mon, 21 Feb 2022 02:22:44 +0000 https://akademija-art.net/how-workplace-design-is-changing-to-foster-more-meaningful-interactions/ A hundred years ago, if you worked in an office, you would probably have been crammed into a large room, sitting side by side with your colleagues in endless rows of desks. Designed to maximize productivity, these offices made it easy for managers to oversee staff, but were terrible for morale. By the 1960s, the […]]]>

A hundred years ago, if you worked in an office, you would probably have been crammed into a large room, sitting side by side with your colleagues in endless rows of desks. Designed to maximize productivity, these offices made it easy for managers to oversee staff, but were terrible for morale.

By the 1960s, the offices had evolved into a cubicle layout, providing team members with small private spaces within a larger office space. These three-wall cubicles aimed to create a more personalized experience in the workplace, while allowing people to converse with their colleagues. Unfortunately, this had quite the opposite effect, siloing workers and discouraging interaction.

Today, as technology drives greater autonomy, the office exists to better serve the needs of team members as businesses increasingly realize the value of employee satisfaction.

“Business leaders are reinventing their use of physical office spaces and digital infrastructure in ways that allow them to meet employee preferences and compete for top talent,” says Eric Anicich, assistant professor of management. and organization at the University of Southern California.

Since the pandemic, which has resulted in flexible working arrangements, the function of the office has also changed to provide more experiences that we rarely encounter at home – connection, engagement and collaboration, all of which are key elements in creating a place inclusive work.

While designing for inclusion isn’t the easiest or quickest task, it’s certainly worth the effort for a variety of reasons. “At the team level, inclusive environments promote the exchange of a wide variety of perspectives and ideas, which can improve decision-making and creativity,” says Anicich.

Rethinking open space

The inclusive workplace is broadly defined as a place where all employees feel empowered to fully engage and thrive within the organization. In terms of design, business leaders can leverage the layout of offices, common areas, and entryways to foster interactions among team members from diverse backgrounds.

While an open-plan office design is often the strategy of choice to facilitate inclusion, results from a 2018 study at a Fortune 500 company found that 72% of employees spent less time interacting after moving from a closed space to an open space. office frame.

“At the team level, inclusive environments promote the exchange of a wide variety of perspectives and ideas, which can improve decision-making and creativity.” – Eric Anicich, assistant professor of management and organization, University of Southern California

“We’re learning that the open office did the exact opposite, causing people to isolate themselves from overwhelming distractions and communicate less,” says Sergio Lechuga, Design Principal for Interiors at HMC Architects.

“We need to challenge ourselves and our customers to rethink how we can provide choice and flexibility in a multitude of spaces and settings to foster the greatest collaboration and communication, while providing privacy. and areas of concentration,” says Lechuga.

The future workplace

One of the main ways companies can design for inclusion is to create spaces where people can meet their personal needs, which communicates to employees that the company they work for cares about the person in their entirety. together, not just its results.

“Companies that provide ‘non-work related’ spaces such as quiet rooms for meditation or prayer, nursing rooms for breastfeeding mothers, gender neutral restrooms, gym/yoga room with free equipment , or even a small outdoor garden space, are seen to be more concerned with the welfare and well-being of their employees, improving employee morale and ultimately financial growth,” says Lechuga. .

For Anette Bjerring Gammelgård of award-winning Scandinavian architecture firm AART Architects, the provision of shared facilities in the workplace is particularly appealing to younger generations, who are more spontaneous in the way they structure their time. She believes the future workplace will be more like a community where employees have access to the facilities they need to be able to thrive at work.

Along the same lines, Jennifer Herr, senior interior designer at US-based Eppstein Uhen Architects, encourages businesses to design a mixed-use office environment that caters to a variety of work and non-work activities. related to work.

“Removing or reducing physical barriers such as walls that divide or separate departments or areas, eliminating private offices, and creating opportunities such as shared collaboration areas or a common break room for Chance encounters help foster communication and collaboration. – Sergio Lechuga, Design Principal for Interiors, HMC Architects

“During the day, whatever your role, you might need two hours of headlong focus time, and then you might need to meet someone who would require a different kind of setting, like a meeting in a conference room,” she says.

“And then there’s the socializing aspect of things, where maybe you go to the break room and have a cup of coffee and you meet a colleague there and the two of you talk about your plans. for the weekend. And that’s also important because it actually helps build trust between employees.

Design for unexpected encounters

One of the greatest benefits of working in the office is the direct exchange of ideas that happens quite naturally throughout the day. For many of us, working remotely involves a very structured experience, even when using collaboration tools like Zoom.

Peter Ippolito, managing director of international design studio Ippolito Fleitz Group, believes that good office design should allow for planned and unplanned encounters, and should actually enhance those lucky moments.

“It’s like meeting people by chance and talking and suddenly there’s a new idea, isn’t it? It’s meeting someone in the hallway and having a little chat,” he said.

Whether you deliberately create more intersections, lounges, or cafeterias as informal touchpoints, it’s important for companies to align their office design with the culture of the company and its employees.

“Removing or reducing physical barriers such as walls that divide or separate departments or areas, eliminating private offices, and creating opportunities such as shared collaboration areas or a common break room for chance encounters help foster communication and collaboration,” says Lechuga.

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Black tattoo artists push for diversity in white-dominated industry https://akademija-art.net/black-tattoo-artists-push-for-diversity-in-white-dominated-industry/ Sun, 20 Feb 2022 08:00:00 +0000 https://akademija-art.net/black-tattoo-artists-push-for-diversity-in-white-dominated-industry/ Although tattooing has been around for centuries, the practice was mostly underground before gaining recognition as a legitimate art in modern history. Although it’s a fairly common industry these days, discriminatory hiring practices and racial stigma are some of the challenges that black tattoo artists say they face in the predominantly white field of tattooing. […]]]>

Although tattooing has been around for centuries, the practice was mostly underground before gaining recognition as a legitimate art in modern history.

Although it’s a fairly common industry these days, discriminatory hiring practices and racial stigma are some of the challenges that black tattoo artists say they face in the predominantly white field of tattooing.

Even color tattoo artists in New York, considered the birthplace of modern tattooing after a nearly four-decade ban, according to The New York Historical Societysay the field needs more diversity.

Richard Parker, owner of the tattoo studio The enriched art in Brooklyn, New York, and brand, Think Before You Ink, said being an artist brings “its own struggle” — but being a black artist just adds another layer of hurdles.

“Overall, we’ve been left behind in an industry that actually stems from our tribal heritage,” Parker told ABC News.

The lack of diversity can also affect customers due to the inexperience of many tattoo professionals on black and brown skin, which “has left many darker-skinned customers struggling to find someone who can actually provide them with quality work,” Parker said.

For black women working in the field, the issues of inclusion run deeper, as the industry is not only white-dominated, but also inundated with men.

Jacci Gresham, who is considered America’s first black tattoo artist, is still working and living her dream at the age of 75. She has run her business in New Orleans for over 50 years after opening her own tattoo shop in the 1970s, making it one of the oldest tattoo parlors in the state.

“I had problems because of the color…I had problems because I was a woman and I was trusted…They just weren’t used to women being in this area. Not to mention black women,” Gresham told ABC News.

Gresham is from Flint, Michigan, who grew up in a time when tattoos weren’t widely accepted. She said she used her artistic background to study architecture before pursuing her true passion for tattooing.

Today, she lives in Mississippi and regularly visits her New Orleans studio, Aart Accent Tattoos & Body Piercings, after her home was flooded during Hurricane Katrina in 2005. She said well Although her business temporarily lost power and the roof was destroyed, she is grateful that her shop remained standing despite the deadly hurricane.

Gresham, who has no biological children, said she hopes one of her biggest impacts is being a trailblazer in the industry.

“My kids are the people I trained to tattoo,” she said.

Although there has been progress in recent years for black tattoo artists, Kandace Layne, owner of Magic Mirror Tattoo Studio in Atlanta, said the industry still has a long way to go to become more inclusive.

“It’s hard for anyone to get an apprenticeship, but it’s even harder for black women to find a place that will teach them and find a place that will treat them with respect,” Layne told ABC News.

The 27-year-old said one of her main motivations for taking the plunge to open her own boutique was after she struggled to find opportunities elsewhere. Now, Layne runs a boutique that prioritizes service for women/women, LGBTQA+; and Black, Indigenous and People of Color

“I felt creating my own space was the best way to meet my needs,” Layne said, adding that she worked in some places that made her question her worth.

But there are those in the industry who are working to make the tattoo business more inclusive. Helios Tattoo Supply in New York is a manufacturing and supply company that provides artists with items such as needles, machines, ink and maintenance products.

Craig Petralia, Founder and CEO of Helios, originally from Long Island, New York, has worked in the industry for more than two decades. The father-of-two said he aims to create a family atmosphere to support multiple artists, many of whom are people of color, and the freedom to create without limits.

“We are a group of people coming together to build something bigger than ourselves…our goal is to give artists the tools to create their best works of art,” Petralia told ABC News.

Petralia’s company sponsors Ceaser Emanuel, a color tattoo artist and star of “Black Ink Crew” – a reality TV show that started by following New York-based tattoo artists and later expanded to other cities.

Parker has worked with Petralia for over five years. Helios de Petralia is also a sponsor of Parker’s tattoo studio. The two say they are determined to diversify the tattoo industry and bring more art to more people. For example, Parker, who is the father of a 5-year-old boy, says he has worked with several students in New York over the past decade to create artwork in schools and help inspire the student creativity.

Whether it’s watching his son create artwork or subjecting him to the atmosphere of his tattoo shop, Parker said being a positive influence is one of his most important jobs.

“I’m just extremely happy and proud to be able to expose him to a more original life so he can create his own canvas,” Parker said.

Parker — who is also a former cast member of “Ink Master,” a tattoo artist competition TV show — said becoming an entrepreneur is the best way to open more doors.

He says he is also trying to implement change by joining other artists involved in “The Black Tattoo Experience”, which is a collective of artists creating opportunities and space for minorities to build themselves within. Of the industry.

“More of us come together and trade secrets as a community to build each other up [and] sticking together is what will further diversify the playing field,” Parker said.

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Dunedin QSM recipients | Otago Daily Times News Online https://akademija-art.net/dunedin-qsm-recipients-otago-daily-times-news-online/ Thu, 30 Dec 2021 15:30:00 +0000 https://akademija-art.net/dunedin-qsm-recipients-otago-daily-times-news-online/ Dunedin QSM recipients of the New Year’s Honors list. REVEREND CANON IHIPERA WAIKARE (BELLA) MORRELL Dunedin For services to the Maori language and community Reverend Canon Bella Morrell has supported the community of Dunedin for over 60 years and has advocated for the use of Maori te reo for generations of whanau. Reverend Morrell was […]]]>

Dunedin QSM recipients of the New Year’s Honors list.

REVEREND CANON IHIPERA WAIKARE (BELLA) MORRELL

Dunedin

For services to the Maori language and community

Reverend Canon Bella Morrell has supported the community of Dunedin for over 60 years and has advocated for the use of Maori te reo for generations of whanau.

Reverend Morrell was one of the founding members of the Arai Te Uru Marae and Culture Club in Dunedin in the 1960s and supported the welcome and integration of migrant communities through the Dunedin City Council events organized in the marae.

She has been a member of the Anglican Maori Church of New Zealand for many decades, serving as the Reverend Canon since 2016, providing tikanga and spiritual based activities for the community.

She helped establish the branch of the Otakou Maori Women’s Welfare League and has been a life member since 1968 after serving as branch president.

She created the Pani Club, a group of fully European kapa haka women in 1970.

She offered learning opportunities through the Mana Wahine and Mana Tane programs, teaching at whanau on whakapapa as well as waiata, karakia and te reo maori.

She has served as a kuia, youth mentor and board member for Te Hau Ora Whanau Services, leading mentorship and cultural safety training for Te Waka o Maui based at Wakari Hospital. Reverend Morrell has been a kuia and leader for many community groups including Otago Playcentre Federation and Te Kohanga Reo o Manaaki.

AART BRUSSELS

Dunedin

For music services

Looking back on his 53-year music career, Aart Brusse says it has been an “extremely concentrated effort” at times, but he would never call it hard work.

“It’s a very satisfying job.

“I have seen a lot of students do great and wonderful things in music – there are a lot of rewards in that.”

Mr Brusse (78) was humiliated when told he was going to receive the Queen’s Service Medal for services to music.

He began his career at Tokomairiro High School between 1968 and 1972, where he also conducted the Milton Municipal Brass Band and conducted local musicals.

Since 1968 he has also been a teacher and conductor at the Saturday Morning Music Classes in Dunedin, and is now the Music Director of the school, where he is responsible for creating the Department of Education’s annual reports, requests for courses, the organization of staff salaries, the purchase of new instruments and funding.

He conducted music at Bayfield High School between 1972 and 2009, where he developed the school’s orchestra, choir and jazz group to support the annual high school music festival.

He has rehearsed for many groups in which he has competed in New Zealand chamber music competitions and has coordinated regular holiday courses for professional development.

He was musical director of several performances of the Opera Company between 1973 and 1985.

Upon retirement, he became conductor of the Central Otago Regional Orchestra between 2012 and 2018, he continued to teach cello at Bayfield High School, he taught in the music department of the University of Otago for five years and has been a member of the medieval band Rare Byrds since 2009.

He was previously awarded the 1990 New Zealand Medal of Commemoration.

LYNLEY BUNTON

Dunedin

For education and community services

Years of dedicated volunteer work have resulted in Dunedin’s woman, Lynley Bunton, being recognized for her contributions to the arts, education, fundraising and community with a Queen’s Service Medal.

Ms Bunton said the organizational skills she learned from working as a teacher for more than 20 years allowed her to confidently take on roles in the community.

After retiring, she found herself with some free time and decided to help in any way she could.

She served on the Otago Cancer Society Spring Ball Committee for 15 years and the Otago Community Hospice Fundraising Committee from 2003 to 2006.

These roles were especially important to her as she had lost family members to cancer, she said.

In 2006, she was a member of the organizing committee for the Maori Hill School centenary celebrations.

She has been actively involved in coaching netball in both the Hill Cluster Kiwi netball competition and middle school teams for over 20 years.

Ms. Bunton was secretary of the Dunedin Music Festival committee for eight years and contributed as an accompanist to student musical performances.

She has been a member of the advisory board of the Dunedin School of Art Foundation since 2011 and a member of the advisory board of the Dunedin Arts Festival for seven years.

She planned to continue in the roles and continue her work in the community.

IRENE EDITH MOSLEY

Mosgiel

For community services

Irene Mosley is both “surprised and humiliated” to receive a Queen’s Service Medal for her service to the communities of Otago and Southland over the past 40 years.

Ms. Mosley has dedicated thousands of volunteer hours as a consultant, project manager and strategic planner on projects in health, church, musical theater, agriculture and community at wider.

“I did this because I care about my community and because I love to see things happen. It’s an opportunity to improve our community.

“Communities are what our country is built on…”

She has held positions with Rural Women New Zealand at local and regional level, and was a branch member for 34 years.

She also represented rural families on the Queen Mary Maternity Services Advisory Board from 1993-1998, was a Shelter Box New Zealand board member, Chat Bus Otago chairperson, Mosgiel Rotary club director, member life of the Balclutha Toy Library and the New Zealand Federation of Toy Libraries and a major driving force behind Positively Clutha Women in the 1990s.

As the Clutha District Council’s Community Development Coordinator, she has helped groups achieve their goals, including the construction of the Clutha Recreation Center.

She also led the campaign for the Otago-Southland Chair in Neurosurgery and led fundraisers for the redevelopment of pediatric and newborn wards at Dunedin Hospital.

Most recently, as chair of the Taieri Community Facilities Trust since 2015, Ms Mosley has ensured that the Mosgiel community pool facility meets the needs of the community.


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Morikawa to make HSBC Championship debut in Abu Dhabi alongside McIlroy at Yas Links https://akademija-art.net/morikawa-to-make-hsbc-championship-debut-in-abu-dhabi-alongside-mcilroy-at-yas-links/ Wed, 24 Nov 2021 12:06:37 +0000 https://akademija-art.net/morikawa-to-make-hsbc-championship-debut-in-abu-dhabi-alongside-mcilroy-at-yas-links/ Morikawa and McIlroy to face off at HSBC Abu Dhabi Championship Image Credit: Provided New DP World Tour number one Collin Morikawa will make his HSBC Championship debut in Abu Dhabi when the American is joined by four-time winner Major Rory McIlroy at the stunning Yas Links Abu Dhabi for the first Rolex Series event […]]]>

Morikawa and McIlroy to face off at HSBC Abu Dhabi Championship
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New DP World Tour number one Collin Morikawa will make his HSBC Championship debut in Abu Dhabi when the American is joined by four-time winner Major Rory McIlroy at the stunning Yas Links Abu Dhabi for the first Rolex Series event of the DP World Tour 2022. season.

Last month, the Abu Dhabi Sports Council announced that the prestigious tournament will be played for the first time at Yas Links Abu Dhabi on Yas Island from January 20-23, opening a new chapter for an event that has long been part of the golf program world and continues to attract some of the sport’s biggest stars.

Morikawa ended a stellar year with a season-ending victory in the DP World Tour Championship, his first Rolex Series title, and will begin the 2022 campaign as the defending DP World Tour Rankings champion after defeating fellow American Billy Horschel in first place in the race all season.

The world number two had already sealed a first victory at the Open Championship 2021 – his second major victory – in addition to a title at the World Golf Championships at the WGC – Workday Championship at The Concession in February.

“I can’t wait to return to the Middle East and compete in the HSBC Abu Dhabi Championship for the first time,” said Morikawa. “I’ve heard great things about the event and it always attracts a world class peloton year after year, but I know this year will be very special at Yas Links for the first time.

“It’s a course which I know is extremely popular among Pro-Am players who have been played there in the past, and I’m delighted to start my season as the defending DP World Tour Rankings champion. the low.”

McIlroy, meanwhile, returns for a 12th appearance as he pursues a debut HSBC Championship victory in Abu Dhabi, having come close on several occasions – the 32-year-old is four second as well as four third.

The four-time Major winner ended his 2021 campaign with a tied sixth place in the season-ending DP World Championship to finish eighth in the season standings.

The Northern Irishman won the CJ Cup @ Summit on the PGA TOUR last month and with Morikawa securing their first victory in the desert, the impressive duo will face off again to kick off their 2022 season in the Middle East.

McIlroy added, “I have many happy memories of the HSBC Championship in Abu Dhabi and once again look forward to starting my year in this wonderful tournament. Yas Links is a spectacular course and will offer a new challenge, but one that all players will enjoy.

“Obviously I’ve come close a number of times at this event in the past, and I hope I have a chance to win this trophy for the first time on Sunday. “

First held in 2006, the HSBC Abu Dhabi Championship has been held at the iconic Abu Dhabi Golf Club for 16 consecutive years and, having built a strong legacy in the Middle East, the move to the he island of Yas makes Abu Dhabi an international sports center with the season ending with the F1 Championship and the Ultimate Fighting Championship will also take place at this world-class venue.

Yas Island is Abu Dhabi’s premier leisure, retail and entertainment hub, paving the way to support the emirate’s economic vision for 2030. The new location offers a unique mix breathtaking views, first-class hospitality and a diverse range of award-winning leisure and entertainment. attractions, enhancing the experience for fans, whether they attend in person or watch from around the world.

Yas Links Abu Dhabi, designed by Kyle Phillips, opened in 2010 and recently ranked 48th in Golf Digest’s Top 100 Global Course. It also hosted the golf element of the 2019 Special Olympics World Games.


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Yas Links Abu Dhabi raises funds for Operation Smile UAE https://akademija-art.net/yas-links-abu-dhabi-raises-funds-for-operation-smile-uae/ Mon, 22 Nov 2021 09:22:09 +0000 https://akademija-art.net/yas-links-abu-dhabi-raises-funds-for-operation-smile-uae/ Yas Links Abu Dhabi fundraising event raised MAD 93,500 for Operation Smile Image Credit: Provided The Links fundraiser in partnership with the Marriott Business Council made its debut on the Middle Eastern golf calendar at Yas Links Abu Dhabi. Supported by club captains Carol Tweedie and Aart Lehmkuhl, the golf day was organized as Team […]]]>

Yas Links Abu Dhabi fundraising event raised MAD 93,500 for Operation Smile
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The Links fundraiser in partnership with the Marriott Business Council made its debut on the Middle Eastern golf calendar at Yas Links Abu Dhabi. Supported by club captains Carol Tweedie and Aart Lehmkuhl, the golf day was organized as Team Shambles, with the aim of raising as much money as possible for good causes.

The official charity at the heart of the event is Operation Smile UAE, a nonprofit medical services organization that provides cleft lip and palate repair surgeries to children. Operation Smile works as a global non-governmental organization to reduce the occurrence of cleft lip and palate, develops ambassadors to raise awareness of cleft issues, sponsors a global care program for international cases requiring special care , organizes foundations around the world to help countries achieve self-sufficiency with cleft surgeries as well as the administration of global education programs related to cleft problems.

Morag Cromey-Hawke, Executive Director of Operation Smile UAE, said: “Our job is to bring hope to families who have felt such anguish on behalf of their child. We are very fortunate to see firsthand the difference our work makes, especially for parents. Events such as the Links fundraiser are invaluable to us as an organization, as a way to raise much needed funds and it is even more rewarding to know that those who have been so generous in helping us have been able to do so. have fun in the process and raise awareness of the work we do.

Yas Links Abu Dhabi and Marriott Business Council UAE made their contribution that day by offering around 80 prizes in total for a raffle and a hotly contested writing auction, supported by generous amateur players from far and wide to take part in the action. of the day. Experiences from Marriott International properties have been auctioned off, with top culinary teams from several hotels showcasing their best flavors. The event raised Dh 93,500 for Operation Smile.

Matthias Widor, Managing Director of the Cluster, The Westin Abu Dhabi Golf Resort & Spa and Courtyard Marriott Abu Dhabi WTC, said: “The Links fundraiser was a fantastic and unique event. Because there is nothing better than raising valuable funds while participants can simultaneously have fun while playing golf. I’m sure everyone enjoyed the competitions on the course, the prizes and the superb food and drink along the way. It was great to welcome as many familiar faces as possible on this day and I hope this will become a regular part of the golf calendar for years to come.

Team Shambles recorded the best two scores from each four-ball count, with an 85 percent handicap allowance. Players without a handicap played zero. A total of 78 players participated as well as hotels including the Ritz-Carlton Abu Dhabi, Grand Canal, The Abu Dhabi Edition, Aloft Abu Dhabi, Courtyard by Marriott, Dubai Marriott Harbor Hotel & Suites, Grosvenor House and Sheraton Grand Hotel, Dubai .

Matthew Waters, Golf Group Manager, Saadiyat Beach Golf Club, Yas Links Abu Dhabi, said: “The Links fundraiser has been an unforgettable day for our participating amateur golfers. Doubt has had a unique experience, but more importantly is the role that events like these play in terms of raising much needed funds for good causes and we were delighted to have Operation Smile UAE on board as this year’s official charity.


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