Love is in the air. But not here. The first round of drinks has been served, the light is dimmed low. Is it just us or did it get hot in here? Two beautiful burlesque dancers appear on stage.
For some it is the largest and most democratic art movement the world has ever seen, for others it is unwanted visual pollution. But street art now has a permanent claim on the art world: an entire museum dedicated to the genre. Since then it has grown into a global movement, with artists making works — mostly illegally — on cityscapes around the world. Its opening show has new works by over of the most famous street artists working today, from Shepard Fairey the artist behind the Obama Hope poster to 3D the frontman of Massive Attack , Ron English and Blek le Rat, the Parisian street artist who is seen as the pioneer of stencil street graffiti. The museum has also been given outside wall space in Berlin, and taken over the nearby metro station with a giant window illustration. While street art and graffiti shows have been the subject of numerous exhibitions over the past five years, it is the biggest acknowledgment so far of urban art as a legitimate art form, with an enormous fanbase worldwide.
Natasha " Tasha " Yar is a fictional character that mainly appeared in the first season of the American science fiction television series Star Trek: The Next Generation. The character's concept was originally based upon the character of Vasquez from the film Aliens Following further development she became known first as Tanya, and then Tasha. Crosby had originally auditioned for the role of Deanna Troi , while Rosalind Chao became a favorite for Tasha. After Marina Sirtis auditioned for the role, the series' creator Gene Roddenberry decided to switch the roles for the actresses, with Sirtis becoming Troi and Crosby becoming Yar.