Curious Mondo innovates again. During the Polymer Clay symposium, Curious Mondo started testing AI hosts. During 3 different days we used 3 different versions of AI hosts. They would come and do a call to action. It was fun and we see a lot of possibilities for the future. Once the technology allows them to look more natural. We do plan to keep testing them in future courses. We believe this would increase the level of entertainment and provide a variety of hosts that otherwise would not be possible.
Come with us to have a super cool and relaxed chat with the artist Scott Astin! Get access to his work on https://www.blackowlartistry.com Stay tuned to curiousmondo.com to find out when our next chat will be!
Know the different types of fur and what’s best to use for this posable art doll.
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The pandemic has affected multiple businesses related to cultural events and arts in Utah. Some local artists have seen their income plunge to zero due to cancelation of events, galleries being closed etc.
One company in Utah is making sure artists thrive during this time while gaining international and national exposure.
Curious Mondo in South Salt Lake livestream art related courses to artists all over the world.The company is run by a mother and daughter duo
With its informal and very interactive format it educates, entertains and keeps creators minds engaged in positive activities.
Every week a new course streams live to over 30 countries and it is free for anyone to watch.
At the same time provides substantial income to artistseverywhere in the country providing these courses while boosting the local economy.
Check what Laura Sommers, instructor at Curious Mondo is creating this weekedn
This is how Curious Mondo Beverly Oliwa is creating from her home studio