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CODAworx Announces Publication of CODAweekly E-Newsletter

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CODAworx is a leading authority on commissioned art and strives to connect all members of the industry to streamline the commission workflow process. Recently, CODAworx began publication of CODAweekly, a weekly e-newsletter that is an essential read for artists and arts commissioners. RFPs are front and center within the e-newsletter. Readers will find new and expiring calls for currently available commissioned Requests for Proposals (RFPs), as well as details about recent arts commission winners and industry reports that provide valuable insight into this growing industry.

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Business Spotlight: Arts Business Transforms Spaces and Communities

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Americans for the Arts interviews Toni Sikes, Co-Founder and CEO of CODAworx about her connection to the arts. “The arts can transform spaces (through public art), and they can transform lives. My company, CODAworx, has built a network of artists who create large-scale artworks that are designed for the built environment in which we live and work. We have seen firsthand how these kinds of artworks can transform spaces.”

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CODAsummit Unites Top Artists and Technology Professionals

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CODAworx, the hub of the commissioned art economy, announced today that it will produce this year’s CODAsummit in Denver, Colorado, on September 30-October 2, 2020. This third annual conference explores the intersection of art and technology, bringing together leading artists, fabricators, technology companies and thought leaders in art and design from around the globe. CODAsummit 2020 focuses on the paradigm shift in art enabled by technology and features artists who are using technology to create placemaking commissions.

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Bright Layers of Transformation & Healing: Lea de Wit’s Illuminating Glassworks Inspired by Nature

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Lea de Wit creates glass sculptures that glow and shimmer in tones that resemble gemstones and embers. “I love working with color. One of my first loves in art before glassblowing was painting. I approach color with my glasswork in a painterly manner. I layer color upon color to build intensity and vibrancy, playing with varying amounts of opacity and transparency to create depth and dimension. Additionally, my compositions tend to incorporate color transitions to add visual impact and activate the space for which the work has been designed.”

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