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Wolf administration celebrates community service during National AmeriCorps Week and visits after-school program in Reading

Harrisburg – Pennsylvania Department of Labor and Industry (L&I) Secretary Jennifer Berrier this week recognized the important work of dedicated AmeriCorps members as part of National AmeriCorps Week during a visit Wednesday at the Olivet Boys and Girls Club in Reading. The week of celebration – March 13-19 – shines a light on the commitment […]

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Egyptian mobile app helps the hearing impaired master the art of sewing – Style – Life & Style

“Fashion design was part of my studies from an early age and I started my career 10 years ago,” says Egyptian designer Esraa Adel, a graduate of the ready-to-wear department of a vocational high school. and technical. “I am a lifelong learner. I constantly bookmark the things I want to learn each year. I like […]

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New Art Exhibit and Demos/Workshops at AHArts

ATLANTIC HIGHLANDS, NJ – The Atlantic Highlands Arts Council is pleased to announce the upcoming Main Gallery exhibit, “Black & White & Monochrome.” From an open call process, two jurors selected 40 photographs by 29 artists that uniquely and compellingly express the theme of the exhibition. Many photographers who started taking pictures started out with […]

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Banning books like ‘Maus’ makes people more in love

In January 2022, the McMinn County School Board in Tennessee voted to delete the graphic novel “Maus” from his eighth grade curriculum. Daily Arts writers Emma Doettling and Hannah Carapellotti took two different approaches in their responses to the news: one highlighted how banning a book sparks more interest in the title, while the another […]

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Local Artist Gets Creative to Raise Funds for Summer Institute of Art and Design Course Tuition | Education

Williamsport, Pennsylvania – Avery Sauers’ life has been anything but ordinary. Never taking the adversities life has thrown at her as an excuse, she has cleared her own path to her ultimate passion: digital art. Born deaf, the 16-year-old Williamsport Area High School junior’s interest in digital art grew out of her love of cartoons […]

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Portraits of Love and Loss from an HIV-Positive Childhood by Kia LaBeija

Many of the best-known cultural milestones of the AIDS epidemic in the United States – the play “Angels in America” ​​or the film “Philadelphia”, for example – centered on the urgent protest movement of the 1980s and 1990 and the experience of homosexuals (often white). They are heartbreaking stories of love and unfathomable loss. Yet […]

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VVAA organizes “Artist in Residence” workshops

By BOBBIE GREEN Progress Artist/photographer Larry Burton was the VVAA’s first “Artist in Residence” last week, presenting a very successful photography debut week. PHOTO BY BOBBIE GREEN/Progress The Virgin Valley Artist Association completed its first-ever Artist-in-Residence program at the Mesquite Fine Arts Gallery last week. Visual artist and photographer Larry Burton has spent all of […]

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Obituary: Leonard Kessler

Prolific children’s book illustrator and painter Leonard Kessler, known for his wide array of early readers, picture books and concept books, died Feb. 16 at his home in Sarasota, Florida. He was 101 years old. Kessler was born October 28, 1920, in Akron, Oh., and grew up in Pittsburgh, the neighborhood where he met his […]

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Dissatisfied with virtual campus life, some students find new momentum during gap year

Anthony Russell spent much of February teaching street art to elementary and high school students in Calgary: showcasing black artists such as Jean-Michel Basquiat and helping them create stencil pieces in oil pastel, acrylic and watercolour. The kids were so engaged that some stayed through lunch and even after school just to finish their creations. […]

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Book Review: “Frank & Co” (Mr. Mother of Invention Speaks Out)

By Ed Symkus Frank Zappa didn’t like being interviewed, but he really liked talking. Frank & Co – Conversations with Frank Zappa 1977-1993 by Co de Kloet. Preface by Dweezil Zappa. Jawbone Books, 317 pages, $24.95 (paper) I discovered Frank Zappa and the Mothers of Invention in the summer of 1966, when the Pinball! called […]

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New Book Featuring Artist’s Paintings of NYC Bar Culture Dedicated to His Late Wife

Hopefully the viewer will take away a glimpse of New York culture and a sense of optimistic healing through art and social contact. NEW YORK (WEB PR) February 22, 2022 New York artist, Michael Dolen, shares original drawings and paintings that highlight the characters who work and frequent the bars and pubs of East […]

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Art Cooley, founder of the Environmental Defense Fund, dies at 87

Following a lawsuit by the fund in Michigan, nearly all cities stopped using DDT, and the application of another pesticide, dieldrin, in western Michigan to control Japanese beetles, has been delayed for a year. A lawsuit against the city of Milwaukee caused it to end its use of DDT to combat Dutch elm disease. Another […]

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Go to the pot for pottery | York Press

When I was in high school, art class was an excuse to mess around. The teachers weren’t particularly good at keeping order, and most of us never did more than smear a few splatters of paint on paper while giggling with our classmates. For any viewer, this wouldn’t have been far removed from what you […]

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A digital artist moves to Choteau, teaches | News

One of Choteau’s newest residents, digital artist Jennifer Bishop, is bringing her arts, crafts and cosmetics businesses online to town and has already shared her talents at two craft workshops at Choteau Arts Studio and Gallery. Bishop says she plans to offer more classes through Choteau Arts, but anyone who was unable to attend previous […]

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Painter of Hard-Edge Abstraction Dies – ARTnews.com

Carmen Herrera, a Cuban-American artist whose avant-garde abstractions gained mainstream recognition in the final years of her life, died Saturday in her New York apartment at age 106. The news was confirmed by the Lisson Gallery, which represented her for a decade. “Carmen made living, ever-changing works, even when she seemed to have reached an […]

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Southern Indiana veteran finds healing through art and nature

CLARKSVILLE, Ind. – The Ohio Falls have long been a meaningful place for Jeffersonville artist Mike Gibson – it’s a place where he can explore the intersection of art, nature and therapy. Gibson is currently working with the Ohio Falls Foundation and the Southern Indiana Arts Alliance to teach a series of art classes at […]

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‘A Valentine to Frederick’: Frederick Book Arts Center spreads messages of love through its ancient art journal | Culture & Leisure

For the cynics, Valentine’s Day is another Hallmark holiday. Johnny Carrera is here to expand our definition of it. “We want to spread love, not fear,” said Carrera, executive director of the Frederick Books Arts Center. “I think there’s so much anxiety in our culture, people don’t come out of their fight or flight, and […]

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Bob Wall, martial arts master who fought with Bruce Lee, dies at 82

Bob Wall, a martial arts master who, with quick business acumen and even lighter fists, propelled disciplines like karate, aikido and Brazilian jiu-jitsu into the American mainstream, making friends and sharing the screen with the likes of Bruce Lee and Chuck Norris, who died Jan. 30 in Los Angeles. He was 82 years old. His […]

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Add Math Electives to Our Course – Visual Arts Students Appeal to GES

Some visual arts students in the Ashanti region are appealing to the Ghana Education Service (GES) to include elective mathematics in the current subject to put them in an advantageous position. With the introduction of the pre-engineering curriculum as an opportunity to express their creative skills, students say the math electives will help them expand […]

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Memoirs – Portland Press Herald

KENNEBUNKPORTLearn about birds through the Hog Island programYork County Audubon (YCA) is seeking an educator or community leader to participate in a week-long program on Hog ​​Island in July.“Sharing Nature: An Educator’s Week” will run from July 17-22. Program details and descriptions are available at hogisland.audubon.org/sharing-nature-educator-s-week.A YCA scholarship will pay 70% of the recipient’s tuition, […]

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Long Island High School for the Arts secures another financial commitment, $1.5 million, from Piano Man

OWhen Long Island High School for the Arts was in danger of closing six years ago, it was the Piano Man himself who helped — donating $1 million from the Billy Joel Foundation. Billy Joel attends a concert at Long Island High School for the Arts in 2017 as the building that houses the school’s […]

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Kirkland artist Lee designs the Lunar New Year calendar

Nolen Lee For the third year in a row, US Bank commissioned artist and Kirkland resident Nolen Lee to create the bank’s Lunar New Year calendar. The second eldest of six children, Lee enjoyed drawing, coloring, playing with LEGOs, making beads, creating figurines with Sculpey, folding origami creations, painting T-shirts – you name it, he […]

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Meet Artist Vanessa Rishel: Channeling Religious Iconography and Animated Influences in a Singular Style

Ever since artists produced art, religious iconography has been a mainstay. From prehistoric cave paintings in Lascaux, France, to contemporary works by artists such as Aleksandar Todorovic and Nadia Waheed, the practice of art as a means of representing spiritual devotion is as old as the practice itself. In front of one of her paintings, […]

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Maine education groups call for intellectual freedom amid growing calls to ban books in the classroom

Faced with a growing number of complaints about the content of books in Maine schools, several education groups have launched a campaign promoting intellectual freedom and offering resources for educators. Groups like Educate Maine, the Maine School Superintendents’ Association, the state teachers’ union and the Maine Department of Education released a joint statement saying the […]

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Bumpers College, U of A Community College in Morrilton Create 2-plus-2 Food Science Programs

Dale Bumpers College of Agricultural, Food and Life Sciences at U of A and U of A Community College at Morrilton have signed a memorandum of understanding for students majoring in food science. Bumpers College, its Department of Food Science, and UACCM have created a 2-plus-2 transfer degree program with two concentration options. UACCM students […]

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Julia Cameron Says You Can Get Creative Indoors

I first heard of “The artist’s path, “Julia Cameron’s best-selling self-help book from 1992 about tapping into your inner creativity, when I was in my twenties and struggling to finish a piece of writing that had been nagging for months. A friend mentioned the book, which is big and floppy, like an elementary school math […]

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Forney ISD delivers the future of education – Opportunity Central | Education

FORNEY, Texas— The Forney Independent School District Board of Trustees joined city, county, and state officials and leaders from Dallas College and Texas Tech University for the official fanfare and ribbon-cutting ceremony from the Keith Bell Opportunity Central (The OC). The OC is a three-story, 350,000 square foot building designed to provide career training, college […]

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Moe Brooker, painter, educator, civic leader, has passed away

Moe Brooker, a painter nationally known for his extraordinary use of color in abstract compositions, an educator who has taught at several art schools in Philadelphia and across the country, and a civic-minded public servant who chaired the Philadelphia Art Commission for nearly a decade, died Jan. 9 after a short hospital stay. He was […]

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Community News – York County Audubon to Host Tree Identification Session

Republican Kennebunkport Committee Organizes Caucus The Kennebunkport Republican City Committee caucus at 6 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 26 at the Rhumb Line Resort. The resort is located at 41 Turbats Creek Road, Kennebunkport. The purpose of the caucus is to elect delegates and alternates to the state convention, elect delegates to the York County Republican committee, […]

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Missoula Artist Designs Label for Dogfish Head Specialty Beers | Arts & Theater

Max Mahn, a Missoula artist and IPA fan, got the job out of the blue: to design labels, packaging and posters for Dogfish Head Brewery, one of the most renowned – and quirky – in the country. The Delaware-based craft brewer has selected Mahn, an engraver specializing in concert posters under the name Twin Home […]

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For the Spring Valley painter, expressing his love of nature one brushstroke at a time

Imagine it: small Wendy Kwasny wearing a men’s button-up shirt turned inside out, like an art smock, while taking art lessons at the home of his childhood art teacher. It was the beginning for Kwasny, who would go on to study primarily watercolor with this first teacher, before high school art classes where she was […]

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New UAB ArtPlay All-Ages Classes Are Here – News

ArtPlay offers a wide range of art classes, including writing, dance, visual arts, music, acting, and sewing. Written by: Tehreem Khan Media contact: Shannon Thomason Enroll Now for Spring Classes at the University of Alabama at Birmingham ArtPlay to learn a new skill, perfect your craft, build relationships and create lasting memories. Classes, which begin […]

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Mill Mountain Theater Conservatory Offers Spring Classes | Arts & Theater

As live theater continues its return to the Roanoke Valley, Mill Mountain Theater Conservatory prepares for spring semester classes. In-person sessions will meet once a week, starting the week of January 31 and running through March. The MMT Conservatory program began in 2008 and caters to many courses for young people, with some offerings for […]

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“Black lives have always counted! »Invites everyone to see the history of Philadelphia in vivid color

Black lives have always counted!, a graphic novel created by the Charles L. Blockson Afro-American Collection at Temple, was recently published and is now distributed to public high school students in Philadelphia. The graphic novel features the profiles of 14 prominent Philadelphia African Americans throughout history. Local and non-local comic book artists worked on the […]

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Academic merit aid (or lack thereof) makes the early decision increasingly cloudy

When I first posed this question to Mr. Kumarasamy, he suggested that it was some kind of game. I objected to this, since a lot of people think they can’t afford. its list price of around $ 75,000, but can run it at $ 50,000 with this discount on merit assistance. How can that play […]

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50 Cape Cod, Islands Cultural Programs, Events Win Local and State Grants

Dozens of Cape Cod cultural organizations are starting the year a little better funded thanks to recent award announcements by the Cape Cod Foundation for the Arts and the Mass Cultural Council. The Cape Foundation has selected 42 nonprofit cultural organizations and artists to receive a total of $ 77,800 in grants for a wide […]

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The Acadian Museum will host a series of workshops on the vermeille tradition

ERATH – The Acadian Museum of Erath is sponsoring a series of four workshops in Vermilion Parish to transmit Cajun traditions. The workshops are funded by the Louisiana Folklore Society, the National Endowment of the Arts, the Louisiana Division of the Arts and the Department of Culture, Recreation and Tourism, according to the press release […]

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Caleb Azumah Nelson wins first prize for novel Costa for Open Water | Costa Book Prize

Caleb Azumah Nelson was working part-time at the Apple Store in London when he decided to “place a bet” on himself and try to write his first novel. On Tuesday evening, her debut album, Open Water, was named the winner of the Costa Prize for First Novel, hailed by the judges as “deeply moving, extremely […]

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10 Must-See Cape Cod Jan 7-13

The theatrical year opens with ‘Art’ The Barnstable Comedy Club will present the first local theater show of 2022, featuring Yasmina Reza’s award-winning comedy “Art”, which emphasizes friendship and the nature of art. The show – which won the Tony Award for Best Play in 1998 and the Olivier Award in England in 1996 for […]

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Can the Humanities Really Transform the Lives of Undergraduates?

No longer essentially a literary magazine, The New Yorker, in recent years, has presented contrarian views on many of the pressing intellectual issues of our time. Here I am thinking especially of Adam Gopnik’s argument that the United States could have been less violent and prone to demagoguery. had the Patriots lost the American Revolution. […]

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Kerstin Perez searches the cosmos for signs of dark matter | MIT News

Kerstin Perez is looking for imprints of dark matter. The invisible substance embodies 84% ​​of the matter in the universe and is considered a powerful cosmic glue, preventing entire galaxies from separating. And yet the particles themselves barely leave a trace on ordinary matter, thwarting all detection efforts so far. Perez, a particle physicist at […]

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TV Golden Girl Betty White Dies At 99

Betty White, who created two of the most memorable characters in sitcom history, nymphomaniac Sue Ann Nivens in “The Mary Tyler Moore Show” and sweet but dark Rose Nylund in “The Golden Girls” – and who has capped her long career with a comeback that included a triumphant appearance as host of “Saturday Night Live” […]

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The novelist who saw Central America as it really was

Is Babbitt a comic character? A tragic character? Just a running figure of what Lewis’ friend and mentor HL Mencken called “boobish”? The triumph of “Babbitt” is that we cannot confidently answer this question. The name Babbitt entered the language – a “Babbitt” was a ridiculous conformist living in a ridiculously small world. Yet Lewis’s […]

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longtime art teacher hosts book signings | Life

KC Kiner Wortman, a former resident of St. Joseph and a graduate of Bishop LeBlond High School, recently returned to the Albrecht-Kemper Museum of Art to welcome a signing of her recently published book. Wortman has been working as a professional artist since high school. After college, she opened a studio where she taught art […]

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Jason Mott: Reading Greek Myths & Comics

MOTT: I’ve bounced back and forth between a few things since I completed Barry Windsor-Smith’s ‘Monsters’ graphic novel in early summer. It was my big book this year, hands down. Its narration is a unique blend of specificity combined with a magical component. It reflects magical realism, a style that I appreciate. BOOKS: Who is […]

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For this author new beginnings and loose ends

Frank McCourt was 66 when he made his debut with “Angela’s Ashes”. Harriet Doerr was 74 when she published her first novel, “Stones of Ibarra”. Laura Ingalls Wilder was 65 when she put “The Little House in the Great Woods” into the hands of readers. Now there’s Michael Kinnamon, who at 72 released “Summer of […]

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Greene County Painter Ventures Into The World Of Calendar Art | News

Artist Jean Corwin was apparently born with a brush in her hand. “She never puts her brush down,” Corwin’s husband Chuck said. Indeed, it is difficult to imagine that Corwin does anything other than create. The 73-year-old artist paints commissions, paints for fun, and teaches painting classes every month at the Warrior Schoolhouse in Fordyce. […]

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Warhammer 40,000 finds new fans during pandemic gaming boom

Looks like it’s time to release the games again. However, if you’re one of the thousands of people around the world playing Warhammer, you probably never put it away in the first place. Warhammer 40,000, a tabletop game set in a dystopian fictional universe, is nothing new. But a pandemic-fueled frenzy for sci-fi and fantasy […]

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Teesas from Nigeria Secures $ 1.6 Million to Expand Across Africa and Launch Guardian Market – TechCrunch

After seven years in the production of electronic gadgets, at his company Imose Technologies, Osayi Izedonmwen took time off to explore an idea he had been fondling for some time – an edtech startup, Teesas, which now offers video and digital lessons. ‘other digital learning materials for learners in Nigeria. Teesas, which launched less than […]

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Obstacle course confirmed for the Meliora Festival

An open-air obstacle course has been confirmed as part of a £ 350,000 flagship festival to help boost Inverclyde’s events and leisure sector. The Inverclyde Warrior 5k is organized by Inverclyde Leisure and will take place at Greenock’s Battery Park on June 11, 2022. It is one of the top three attractions as part of […]

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Polytech Graphic Design students among the top 15 in the annual Art + Effect poster competition of the University of Cabrini

Hunterdon County The Polytech Career & Technical High school was once again well represented by its designer students in the Art + Effect poster competition of the University of Cabrini for high school students. Four of the top 15 poster designs came from graphic design students at Hunterdon County Polytech. Cabrini received 126 student registrations […]

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Veronica “Ronnie” Kopatz Obituary – Green Bay Press-Gazette

Veronica “Ronnie” Kopatz Oconto Falls – Veronica “Ronnie” Kopatz (Angus, McDermid), 65, Oconto Falls, daughter, sister, mother, wife, aunt, grandmother and loving friend lost her courageous 17 month battle with cancer ovary on Friday, December 17, 2021, at home surrounded by family. Ronnie was born on August 21, 1956 in Green Bay, Wisconsin, to Violet […]

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Pop Quiz Hotshot: The native of Vienna does well in the game show | News, Sports, Jobs

Adam Nedeff on the set of “Hip Hop Squares”, a VH1 game show. The Vienna native has worked on the show and others and is involved in the industry in California. (Photo provided) PARKERSBURG – A native of Vienna has made a name for himself in the game show world. Marshall University graduate Adam Nedeff […]

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Reviews | Yes, great books make us better people

The question, then, is whether what we consider to be the normal state of affairs has been a dignified development. Examining this question seems, quite clearly, to be some kind of self-improvement, even if you don’t get conclusive answers, which you probably don’t. And this understanding is a tool for dealing with today’s dilemmas: for […]

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An Artist’s Daily Drawings of Life During COVID

On the morning of March 24, 2020, Piotr Szyhalski woke up from a strange dream. There he visualized a severed head grimacing on the ground with plants growing out of its eyeballs. The image followed him throughout his morning cup of coffee, through his reading that President Trump was considering reopening the economy over objections […]

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US Polo Assn. Establishes scholarships and donations

WEST PALM BEACH, Fla., December 14, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – USPA Global Licensing Inc. (USPAGL) today announced that US Polo Assn., The official mark of the United States Polo Association (USPA), has established two $ 2,500 scholarship and donated basic necessities including sewing machines and chairs to the AW Dreyfoos School of the Arts, a […]

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Artists design original artwork for Christmas Card Lane in Madison – The Madison Record

MADISON – Visions of nostalgic lore and comical, light-hearted cartoons are on display in Christmas Card Lane in downtown Madison. Madison Arts Council or MAC sponsors the artwork. In its seventh year, Christmas Card Lane is a collection of original designs that local artists have painted on wooden platters or “canvas”. The owners of the […]

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Robert Farris Thompson, “guerrilla” of African art, dies at 88 years old

He spoke and wrote of African civilizations as infinitely varied ethical, philosophical and aesthetic systems. To capture their complexity and sophistication, he said, a “guerrilla scholarship” was needed that combined art history, anthropology, dance history, religious studies, sociology and ethnomusicology. This hybrid practice has taken him on several occasions out of the academic ivory tower […]

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“Amos McGee Misses The Bus” is the new sequel to “A Sick Day for Amos McGee”: NPR

In A sick day for Amos McGee, a very punctual, somewhat rigid zookeeper, always – always – take bus n ° 5 to go to work at 6 a.m. At the City Zoo, he visits his friends: the elephant, the turtle, the penguin, the rhino and the owl. Until the day Amos McGee wakes up […]

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The latest recipient of Instagram’s #BlackDesignVisionaries grant is the artistic director of Solange

Credit: Elias Williams Sablā Stays is a true creator of rebirth. From her time in the fashion industry to graphic design and now artistic direction, she has never allowed anyone, even herself, to put her talents in a box. Hailing from Far Rockaway, Queens, her design journey began at High School of Fashion Industries as […]

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Arts and humanities enrollment in decline at Western University

Fewer undergraduates are enrolling in the Arts and Humanities (A&H) Faculty of Western University in London. Have. Enrollments have fallen 28 percent over the past decade. The university reports that in the 2020-21 academic year, the A&H faculty had 877 students enrolled. This year it came down to 853. The faculty consists of 16 programs […]

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An “eye” for waste? This Latino artist hits the mark during Art Basel

Biking the streets of Miami gave David Anasagasti, an artist known as Ahol Sniffs Glue, the inspiration to place his ‘eye’ symbol on the city trash he finds and give his followers a chance to find and keep them. His new concept is now attracting international attention through an exhibition during Miami Art Week which […]

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J. Morgan Puett’s Chic Country Compound Tour

Large bedrooms A visual journal from editor-in-chief Wendy Goodman. “The barn is our high school,” J. Morgan Puett says, “for lectures and workshops at Mildred’s Lane.” Photo: Courtesy of Simon Upton for Vendôme Press I met for the first time J. Morgan Puett in 1994 in the store she then ran in Soho. It was […]

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Choice of school diplomas – International Baccalaureate

The third in our series on educational qualification choices in Luxembourg, delves deeply into the International Baccalaureate. You can read our articles on Luxembourgish Diplomas and the European Baccalaureate, and next week the series will conclude with a more in-depth examination of IGCSEs and A ‘levels. About the IB The International Baccalaureate or IB is […]

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Dress for the Socks: Hokie Socks Return for Giving Tuesday | VTx

Hokie Horizon, designed by junior Nicole Tutino, uses familiar Hokie colors to evoke the iconic mountains of Blue Ridge, a recognizable sight for anyone who has spent time in Blacksburg. “No matter where you are on campus, you can always look up and see mountains,” Tutino said. “They are something that every Hokie can connect […]

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Local Becomes Digital Artist for Lucasfilm, Offers Fit Community Classes | News, Sports, Jobs

Digital artist Nathan Allen works with a stylus and an iPad, the tools he uses in his lessons. A digital ice cream boat by Shaylie Jessee of Allen’s digital art class. piece of digital art by Dyllan Fellows, one of Nathan Allen’s students. piece of digital art by Shaylie Jessee, one of Nathan Allen’s students. […]

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The first school of fine arts in Baton Rouge will offer music, cinema, dance: this is when it will open. | Coronavirus

Baton Rouge will soon be home to its first art conservatory – “the Juilliard of Baton Rouge” – where local teens can cultivate their skills for possible careers in music, film, dance, theater and the visual arts. The East Baton Rouge Parish School Board unanimously approved the idea on Thursday. Board member Dadrius Lanus, who […]

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Switching from random acts to intentional acts of double credit

Indiana’s large and strong double credit initiative, with its transfer policy and supporting technology, aims to foster intentional taking of classes, thereby maximizing the opportunities for high school students to earn post-secondary certificates of one year before graduation. It aims to overcome a common problem: high school students randomly taking post-secondary courses that don’t transfer […]

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Swampscott news in brief for the week of Monday, October 18

The Swampscott Reporter News, in Brief, is a compilation of important general and brief information from various sources in the city. Members and organizations of the Swampscott community can email 150-200 word articles for inclusion in the weekly list to [email protected] with “News in Focus” in the subject line. Understanding the Salem Witch Trials in […]

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Framingham State and MassBay create college access in high schools

FRAMINGHAM – Elizabeth Avadanian has just started her second year at Framingham High School, but she is already accumulating credits for college. Avadanian, 15, is one of some 170 students enrolled in the MetroWest Fellows Early Start Program, a team effort between Framingham State University and MassBay Community College. Students at Milford or Framingham Public […]