Style Code Live - Netflix

Thu 20 June 2019

Style Code Live is a daily, live show where style enthusiasts can connect, chat, shop, and get the inside scoop on the latest fashion and beauty trends. Each day designers, bloggers, beauty experts and celebrities will reveal their secrets for making today's looks work for you. Join us weeknights at 9pm ET/6pm PT.

Style Code Live - Netflix

Type: Talk Show

Languages: English

Status: Running

Runtime: 30 minutes

Premier: 2016-03-08

Style Code Live - Cultural Olympiad Digital Edition - Netflix

The Cultural Olympiad Digital Edition, or CODE, was a digital art showcase at the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver, Canada. The festival, which lasted from February 4 to 21, was the first of its kind at a major sporting event, showcasing the new digital media styles in art, music, and film. First conceived in 2007, the growth of social networking sites contributed to the eventual popularity of the event. One of the installations, Vectorial Elevation (a spotlight-based light installation over Vancouver's English bay), had over 20,000 individual design submissions. CODE Live was curated by digital artist Malcolm Levy.

Style Code Live - CODE Live 1 - Netflix

Featured at the Great Northern Way Campus, a center for teaching digital art and new media, CODE Live 1 showcased the following exhibits: 787 cliparts by Oliver Laric (Austria) Artificial Moon by Wang Yuyang, curated by Li Zhenhua (China) Cambridge Bay: A Time and a Place by Souns featuring Tanya Tagaq (Canada) Condemned Bulbes by Artificiel (Canada) Dune 4.0 by Studio Roosegaarde (Netherlands) Foreign Voices, Common Stories (Ghettoblaster) by James Phillips, presented by Analogue Nostalgia (Canada) Instant Places: Canada CODE by Ian Birse, Laura Kavanaugh (Canada) Paparazzi Bots by Ken Rinaldo (USA) PLAY: The Hertzian Collective by Geoffrey Shea (Canada) Reactable by Sergi Jordà, Martin Kaltenbrunner, Günter Geiger and Marcos Alonso (Austria, Spain) Breaking the Ice by Society for Arts and Technology (Canada) at Great Northern Way Campus and the Bibliothèque de Montréal Vested by Don Ritter (Canada) We Are Stardust by George Legrady (Canada) Where Are You? by Luc Courschene (Canada) Eco-Art by Brendan Wypich (Ontario) ““World Without Water”” by Suzette Araujo, Tahir Mahmood and Kalli Paakspuu (Canada)

Style Code Live - References - Netflix