Monthly Archives: September 2021

“The Found Project”: How we built a community with the Coming of Age unit

Students discussed a range of possible directions and definitions for the term “found,” including achievements about themselves, their interests, values ​​and strengths. This invited them to honestly reflect on their experiences during the pandemic, but also encouraged them to adopt what we see as an “asset-based approach” by considering not …

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The Shadows Arts & Crafts show postponed

NEW IBERIA, Louisiana – The Shadows-on-the-Teche Fall Arts and Crafts Fair has been rescheduled and will now take place on Saturday, October 9 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Shadows Gardens, according to the statement. Thursday press release. Vendors from across Louisiana are ready to display and sell …

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New Cherry Valley Business Focuses On Arts And Crafts

(contributed) By PATRICK DEWEY • Special for www.AllOTSEGO.com Coco & Cordelia, on Main Street in Cherry Valley, offers unique merchandise including handmade jewelry, heirloom-quality rag dolls, origami-style handbags, and other locally crafted and selected artistry. The store is owned by Diana Stiles, a self-taught fiber artist and jewelry designer whose …

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Tim and Eric meet during office hours

Tim Heidecker and Eric Wareheim are no strangers to cooking shows. In the days of the Jash of yore, they had Tim’s cooking tips, an insane walk in the kitchen that made Pitzman mustard such a household name. So, Iu recent episode of Heidecker’s podcast, Live office hours, Tim and …

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Ron Nagle’s new ceramic sculptures – ARTnews.com

Although Ron Nagle has been one of the most well-known ceramic artists of the past six decades, the subject of clay technique seems to make him a bit cranky. “I don’t mind talking about the creative process,” he says, “but not when it’s limited to how you got this or …

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Weplay’s sculptural pavilion brings an old factory in Vietnam to life

Weplay’s LỘ exhibition invites people to interact weplay – a group of pioneering and enthusiastic young vietnamese artists, transformed an old factory in ha noi, vietnam, into a living exhibition space. The LỘ exhibition invites people to interact, share their experiences, promote knowledge and participate in various artistic activities. Through …

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University leaders celebrate the work of 1U4U research teams

The University of Utah’s “One U” mantra has become a campus shortcut for collaboration and inclusiveness. But over the past 18 months, 1U4U professors have lived and breathed the slogan. Selected in January 2020, 33 inter-campus teams of academics, researchers, artists and teachers have developed and implemented interdisciplinary projects integrating …

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Pay It Forward sculpture unveiled

A sculpture with the letters PIF, meaning Pay It Forward, was unveiled on Monday on the green space outside the Ector County ISD administration building. A collaborative project between Complex Community Federal Credit Union, the AVID program, and vocational and technical education students, it aims to inspire future generations of …

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Famous scary paintings recreated as balloon art

We’ve all witnessed the art of cool balloons, whether it’s at children’s birthday parties or carnivals. But there is the art of the ball, and then there is the ART of the ball. As in the art of the balloon based on the most famous artistic paintings in history. Thanks …

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The curtain rises on the fall arts scene on campus

Fall is upon us and the campus arts scene is in full swing with plenty of opportunities for in-person and remote events. Explore comic book journalism, magic, and the Art Nouveau style at exhibitions currently on display at the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art, Museum of Natural and Cultural History, …

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Grounded’s first online group show takes off

“Studio of Holistic Arts and Culture” Grounded opened its first online group exhibition last week that showcases the creations of local and emerging artists. Cadence states: Piece 1 presents a range of works of art by 19 emerging artists from the Grounded Artist Network (GAN), a community of artists from …

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Bournemouth man becomes artist after painting boxing legends

A FORMER director of a student union took the plunge to become an artist after his hobby turned into a job. Chris Small traded supervision of the University of Southampton Students Union for sketches, and it all started with Bournemouth-based boxer Chris Billam-Smith. “I originally drew television characters like Marvel …

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Sculptures that “show the beauty of each watch”

“We wanted to preserve history. Eduard Kurayev was talking about Berd Vay’e, the company that he and Albert Akbashev, a friend from their high school days in New York, founded in 2014. “We wanted to show the world the beauty of every watch.” The company hangs vintage watch parts from …

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The incubator helps charities start a good job

The past year has been arguably the most difficult for the nonprofit sector, which has not only faced the same challenges as businesses, but also experienced increased demand for services. But, as the economy recovers, a new nonprofit incubator, GoodWork, is looking to help. Located in Portsmouth and established by …

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Weekend Around town: Sep 25-26

(WTXL) – ABC 27 has you covered with all things around town in South Georgia and the Big Bend! Saturday: ASIA FEST EXPERIENCEIt’s the biggest Asian festival in the North Festival and it’s back and better than ever after taking a year off due to the pandemic. On Saturdays, discover …

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The work of the local painter speaks from the heart

ISLAND PHOTO BY SARAH HINCKLEY MOUNT DESERT – Growing up in Australia, Joanna Logue knew from a young age that she wanted to be a painter. “Drawing and painting came so naturally to me,” she said in an email to the Islander. “Being a very anxious kid, it was something …

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North Platte purple paint for cancer research

NORTH PLATTE, Neb. (KNOP) – The Plains Relay For Life has hosted numerous fundraising events for the American Cancer Society. Prior to the official race, the local Relay For Life chapter held movie nights and scavenger hunts to recruit more runners and raise money for cancer research. “Painting the City …

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Sculpture in the landscape | TheLancasterNews.com

Over the next year, 10 sculptures will be exhibited around Van Wyck as part of an ongoing promotion of public art. The sculptures are part of the Sculpture in the Cityscape exhibition which will run for approximately one year. Eight of the works of art are within sight of the …

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Philanthropists pledge billions at United Nations meeting

Next week: The Road to Recovery – Financial Health for Nonprofits register today for our free online information session on Wednesday, September 29. Details below. Non-profit news from elsewhere Many small nonprofits that have worked in Afghanistan are still struggling to get their endangered employees out of that country. These …

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Gilgamesh’s looted tablet returned to Iraq

The cuneiform tablet bearing part of the epic of Gilgamesh, a Sumerian epic poem Photo: ICE-HSI The Gilgamesh Tablet – the ancient Mesopotamian cuneiform tablet at the center of years of legal battles between auction house Christie’s, federal authorities and the owners of the arts and crafts chain Hobby Lobby …

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Ballet Arkansas plans a performance at MacArthur Park

Entertainment options in Arkansas this weekend: Dance – Outdoor ballet Arkansas Ballet offers its first “Movement in the Parks” shows, Saturdays at noon and 3 pm at the MacArthur Park kiosk, 503 E. Ninth St., Little Rock. The new series, in partnership with Little Rock Parks and Recreation, features live …

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Culture festivals: exciting arts celebrated

Breadcrumb Links Theater Television Music Movies Local arts Festivals Entertainment BC Culture Days is back with a feast of choice to savor. Author of the article: Stuart derdeyn Release date : Sep 22, 2021 • 50 minutes ago • 5 minutes to read • Join the conversation Carter Kirilenko is …

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FedEx paints a worrying picture of the job market

Read FedEx’s disappointing earnings report on Tuesday night and you get a feeling that the nonfarm wage reports for the remainder of 2021 may surprise economists on the downside. The problem (a problem that could get worse, according to FedEx)? Finding humans to take jobs in a very tight labor …

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Get unlimited access to crafting classes at 50% off

Prices and availability of the offer may change after publication. TL; DR: Explore your artistic side with an unlimited over 1 year membership to Creativebug arts and crafts classes – save 50% starting September 22 and get this membership for just $ 35. Instagram and TikTok can certainly serve as …

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Wara Art Festival Straw Sculptures Niigata Japan

Niigata is one of the main rice producing provinces in Japan. During the harvest period, a surplus of rice straw is produced as a by-product of this process and in the past the additional material has been used to create a number of traditional objects and tools, such as sandals. …

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Did this mysterious Dutch painter inspire Vermeer?

Vrel’s work focuses on enigmatic figures, as in Seated Woman Watching a Child through a Window (after 1656) Custodia Foundation An exhibition, scheduled for 2023, and a book published this month will unveil the story of Jacobus Vrel, an enigmatic artist whose work presents fascinating parallels to that of his …

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New murals are painted at Gichi Ode ‘Akiing Park

Project coordinator Moira Villiard explains that what inspired her to do this is “to broaden people’s perspectives on what Indigenous history is in the area. And also like who the indigenous peoples are. “ Moira is one of the many indigenous painters who spread their history and culture in the …

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2021 Emmys: time, details & how to watch

Dolly Parton and Daniel Levy will distribute statuettes. Michael K. Williams could win his first Emmy, posthumously, for “Lovecraft Country”. A streaming service could finally arrive at the top of the final scoreboard. There will certainly be both drama and comedy at the 73rd Annual Primetime Emmy Awards, which will …

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SPAC unveils its School of the Arts

September 18, 2021Updated: Sep 18, 2021 7:28 PM 1of5 Presidential inaugural poet and guest artist Richard Blanco read a poem to commemorate the opening of the Saratoga Performing Arts Center School for the Arts on Saturday, September 18, 2021. Francesco D’Amico for SPACShow moreShow less 2of5 Families and children were …

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Indiana County Fair Results: Arts and Crafts | Community News

Results are provided by the Indiana County Fair. Arts and crafts 24 “Max Pine Cone Crowns: John Clark Bruner, first; Abigail Bruner, second; Lilly Mano, third Plastic canvas: Michelle Fleming, premiere; Abigail Bruner, second Wreath Other (Max 24in): Moire Bridges, first; Abigail Bruner, second; Jessica Sisko, third Ceramic / bisque …

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“Safe to taste and easy to wash!” “

This TikTok parent explained how to make DIY sidewalk paints that wash off without leaving a permanent mark! Myriam Sandler (@mothercould) is a mom and TikToker who shares helpful parenting and cooking tips on her TikTok account. Myriam recently shared a tutorial on how to make DIY washable sidewalk paints …

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‘Reclusive’ artist of impressionist painting

When artist Chen Junde (1931-2019) made his last painting “Forget-me-not”, he surprised viewers with his use of brilliant hues of blooming petals and warm sunshine, especially given his condition. of extremely precarious health. “The Art and Literature of Chen Junde: A Painter of Modernity”, an exhibition on display at the …

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