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Art Scene Disrupting the Market Through Inclusion


Art Scene (formerly AI Art Advisor), the next-generation art discovery and evaluation app, is disrupting the art market by combining cutting-edge technology with deep insights into art and aesthetics. Our proprietary "artistic quotient" machine learning system helps users discover their unique taste in art and navigate the art market with confidence. With Art Scene, collecting art is no longer limited to the elite few - our app is democratizing the market and making it accessible to everyone.



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Spring 2023 MSA Practicum: Seeking Input from the Art Community

Spring 2023 MSA Practicum: Seeking Input from the Art Community

At Budget Collector, we know that art and creativity play a critical role in shaping and challenging our understanding of the world. Just think of Johann Wolfgang Goethe’s famous challenge to Sir Isaac Newton’s perception of color – this interaction between art and science highlights the importance of artistic perspectives in shaping and expanding scientific ideals.

That’s why we believe that by bringing together the art and data science communities, we can create truly innovative solutions to real-world problems. The art community brings unique perspectives and creativity to the table, while data scientists bring deep knowledge of data and technology. Together, they can create something truly special.

That’s why we’re excited to announce the Spring 2023 MSA Practicum and invite all members of the art community to join us in building a better future through the power of data-driven creativity.

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Inspired Me

“The app inspired an artistic part of me that’s always been there but hasn’t been tapped into for quite some time.”

Nini Amerlise

Winner of Supermodel Canada

Challenges Snobbish Ideals

“This innovative use of technology challenges the snobbish idea that only the rich can afford great art by helping anyone learn how to confidently and affordably bring the power of beauty into their lives.”

Sean Latham

Zarrow Center Director

Discover Yourself

“It’s fun. It helps you discover something about yourself and gives you an idea of what speaks to you.”

Nicole Mölders

Alaska, US

The MSA Practicum is an amazing opportunity for the art community to collaborate with data scientists and work on real projects that make a real impact. Whether you’re an experienced member or just starting out, we’re looking for individuals who are passionate about using their creativity to make a difference.

As a member of the art community, you’ll have the chance to work with cutting-edge data analytics tools and technologies, collaborate with data scientists to understand complex data sets, and use your artistic skills to visually communicate insights and findings.

But the benefits don’t stop there! By participating in the MSA Practicum, you’ll gain valuable experience in the field of data science and make connections with industry professionals. Your work may even be showcased in our online portfolio for the world to see!

At Budget Collector, we believe in the power of combining artistic perspectives with data science to create innovative solutions to real-world problems. So, if you’re ready to join us and make a difference, don’t hesitate to apply. With your creativity and passion, together, we can create a better world through the power of data-driven art.

Fill out the form on our website to apply for the Spring 2023 MSA Practicum. We can’t wait to see what you bring to the table at Budget Collector! Let’s create a better future together.

 

Goethe’s Color Theory: Challenging Scientific Ideals through Artistic Perspectives

Johann Wolfgang Goethe, one of the most influential figures in German literature and science, is best known for his contribution to the study of color theory. In his works, Goethe challenged Sir Isaac Newton’s perception of color and put forth his own theories on the nature of color.

Goethe believed that color was a subjective experience and that our understanding of color is shaped by our own experiences and perceptions. He argued that color is not a property of an object, but rather an interaction between the object, light, and the observer. This perspective challenged the scientific understanding of color at the time, which was based on Newton’s theory that color is a property of light and can be reduced to a series of mathematical formulas.

Goethe’s theories on color have been highly influential and continue to shape the way we think about color and its relationship to the natural world. They serve as a reminder of the importance of artistic perspectives in shaping and expanding scientific ideals, and highlight the critical role that the art and science communities have in shaping our understanding of the world.