by Charlie Brewer Where Do We Go Now is the story of a small Lebanese village threatened by Christian-Muslim conflicts. The village is unnamed. The time is unspecified. It could be anywhere, anytime The men in the isolated village get along well with one another, until they get wind of the international conflicts between their … Continue reading Where Do We Go Now – Director Nadine Labaki
Juana Lichi is a mixed media artist who loves to work with textiles, prints, and fabrics. Her canvases and portraits are unique, blending modern and traditional. via J`Lichi Arts — Discover
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“I am a maker of things; working predominately within the realms of contemporary painting.” These are the words of Australian Artist Rebecca Tapscott during our interview. But she is so much more than just a contemporary painter, as I soon find out. “I do like to mix it up a bit with Cyanotypes, welded sculptures […] … Continue reading Interview with Artist Rebecca Tapscott — Creative Collections
The goal was to paint street murals that illustrate the 17 U.N. Sustainable Development Goals. And not to have only male artists — especially for the goal about gender equality. (Image credit: Katya Cengel for NPR) from xxx http://ift.tt/2eQhrkx bitly.com/2vy3fm4 via Mongolia’s Hunt For Female Street Artists — i News Today Blog
Tammie Umbel built a $1.7 million beauty business while home-schooling her 14 children. “The purpose of Shea Terra was never intended to be so that I could go out and work,” the 44-year-old mom and businesswoman said. “Whatever I could do while being in the kids’ presence and in their service when they need me … Continue reading Meet Tammie Umbel, who built a $1.7 million beauty business while home-schooling her 14 children.
by Vanessa Daniela This summer, I have read fascinating books that expanded my knowledge about society, cultures and human rights. I can not deny how shocked, sick, or enthusiastic I was after some chapters on these books. For some of them, you will need to have a thick skin to read thru pages of torture … Continue reading Women on Writing – Enthusiastic and Sad Life Lessons that We Should Read
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Sewa is an organization that provides education for girls in Gujarati, India. These poems were written by Sewa's students. I Poem: Our Country In the ocean of these relations There's one relation that is unique, that which I love... Which I repeatedly recall day and night Where the sand of sand dunes of desert Fly … Continue reading II Poetry Contest: Poems from India
by Vaishnavi Sai Chutki the smartest Granny sang all the way Chutki the bravest Chutki the bravest Daddy was always right She kept dancing in her yellow skirt She played a lot, till the ribbons left her braid Chutki liked ice candy lemon,mango, orange, and rose He got her all four of them Uncle Joe, Uncle … Continue reading II Poetry Contest: Chutki the smartest
By Vaishnavi Sai As I write this, I think about all the incidents where I blamed someone It was my fault All my fault The day the motor cycle guy spanked me It was my fault I was walking on the FOOTPATH That time when the cab driver adjusted his rear view mirror It was … Continue reading II Poetry Contest: As I write this, I think about all the incidents where I blamed someone…