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UK-based Chrysalis Records re-launches as frontline label
Chrysalis’ first signing is British singer/songwriter Laura Marling, via a strategic partnership with independent label Partisan Records for a fully co-branded global release. Partisan’s current roster includes artists such as Cigarettes After Sex, IDLES, Fontaines D.C., John Grant, the catalogue of Fela Kuti, and more. Further signings to Chrysalis will be revealed in the coming months.
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5 weeks ago by motiveunknown
The iconic Chrysalis Records has a new home - at fast-growing Reservoir
Lascelles and Millar will maintain their positions running the Chrysalis Records label, as well as Blue Raincoat’s day-to-day business operations, including overseeing a staff of nearly two dozen based in London. Blue Raincoat’s management and publishing arms are not changed by this deal and will continue to operate separately under its existing structure led by Lascelles and Millar. “Reservoir is committed to being a full-service music company, bringing the highest-quality and most diversified offerings to our growing roster of songwriters and artists,” Reservoir Founder and CEO Golnar Khosrowshahi told MBW.
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september 2019 by motiveunknown
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march 2019 by jfmcdowell
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june 2018 by kcarruthers
Keeping it in the family - Kansas City Business Journal (registration required)
"Bill Zahner, who succeeded his father as president of A. Zahner Co. in the late 1970s, said he knew at an early age that he would run the company and help it evolve.

'My grandfather used to tell me, "Don't let school get in the way of your work,"' he said with a laugh."
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february 2017 by civilityandtruth
Kiss the Sky - Kansas City Business Journal (registration required)
"Bill Zahner isn't one to shy away from new experiences, which is why he was willing to bend metal for a chance to collaborate with world-renowned architect Frank Gehry on a Seattle museum for that city's favorite son, Jimi Hendrix."
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february 2017 by civilityandtruth
Made in KC: A. Zahner Co. (Video) - Kansas City Business Journal (registration required)
"A. Zahner Co.'s headquarters at Ninth Street and The Paseo isn't located in one of Kansas City's most stylish neighborhoods.

But the building, featuring curved stainless steel panels that look like silver ripples in the sand, has undeniable style."
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february 2017 by civilityandtruth
Champion of Business: A. Zahner Co. - Kansas City Business Journal (registration required)
"Shimmering sheets of metal twist and curve like a ballerina in mid-air, creating dynamic contours on buildings such as Seattle’s Experience Music Project Museum. With facilities in Kansas City and Grand Prairie, Texas, A. Zahner Co.’s bold engineering and fabrication work with metal and glass infuses art into the architecture of highly visible projects worldwide."
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february 2017 by civilityandtruth
A Whole New EXPERIENCE: Discovery Service for Sailor
"Thanks to the most complex exterior skin system ever devised for a building, the Experience Music Project emerges in Seattle as a work of art."
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february 2017 by civilityandtruth
Heavy Metallurgy: Bill Zahner Fashions Starchitects’ Otherworldly Facades | WIRED
"When starchitects like Frank Gehry and Thom Mayne want to add a five-story silvery swoop or a shimmery color-shifting skin to a new commission, they call Bill Zahner. The fourth-generation head of an architectural metals firm in Kansas City, Missouri, Zahner has moved his company from producing standard cornices and siding to inventing a whole new metallurgical palette."
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february 2017 by civilityandtruth
2015 11 13 Marc Fornes - YouTube
November 13, 2015 (or October 26, 2015): Alternate link to Architectural Association public lecture by Marc Fornes.
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january 2016 by civilityandtruth
AA Lectures Online - Marc Fornes
November 13, 2015 (or October 26, 2015?): The lecture will introduce through a series of tests, trials and eventually failures, the empirical research and development of MARC FORNES & THEVERYMANY into custom computational protocols of descriptive geometry, structural morphologies, logistics of (re)assemblies and prototypical architectures.

The studio’s obsessive focus and extensive body of work produced over the last ten years (including over thirty five projects of self-supported structures all computationally described via Fornes’ unique protocols for Striped Morphologies or Structural Shingles) is questioning the definition of “Ouvrage d’Art” (currently known as the Art of the Engineering) and proposing the Art of the Protypical, where experiments are appreciated both for the virtuosity of the technique and the pleasure of their spatial experience.
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january 2016 by civilityandtruth
Downtown Columbia celebrates Chrysalis groundbreaking in Symphony Woods - Baltimore Sun
September 14, 2015: Over 150 people gathered at Merriweather Park at Symphony Woods Saturday morning for the groundbreaking of the Chrysalis amphitheater in Downtown Columbia.

As the first of the seven-phase development plan by the Inner Arbor Trust, the shell-shaped outdoor amphitheater will sit east of the Merriweather Post Pavilion, alongside several other planned attractions across the 16.5 acres. The project is funded by a county grant of approximately $6.4 million over three fiscal years with entire development plan costing approximately $30 million over the next seven years.
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december 2015 by civilityandtruth
Ulman allots $5 million for arts in downtown Columbia - Baltimore Sun
April 19, 2013: Howard County Executive Ken Ulman has proposed $5 million in one-time funding for the arts and cultural programs and facilities in Downtown Columbia while throwing his support behind the Columbia Association’s Inner Arbor Plan for Symphony Woods.

Ulman released details of his proposed $966.7 million fiscal 2014 operating budget Friday, including the one-time funding for arts and cultural programs in Columbia.

According to Ulman, his funding is intended for a combination of projects, including a new downtown arts center and the first phase of the CA-adopted Inner Arbor Plan, which envisions an interactive sculpture and outdoor amphitheater in the northern section of Symphony Woods.
innerarbor  downtowncolumbia  howardcounty  kenulman  symphonywoods  chrysalis  baltimoresun  2013 
december 2015 by civilityandtruth

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