Calligraphy

Crosswords – Global Times

puzzle ON THE OTHER SIDE 1 Like blue lobsters, compared to red ones 6 back 9 Not just check, in poker 14 Conclusion on the Greek alphabet 15 In the style of 16 Like Raw Gemstones 17 Salad Bar Tool 18 CD-___ 19 judges to come 20 *Loo …

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Bob’s Art Blog: Burg Preview Weekend 3rd; This, that and the other

THIS: 94and International art exhibition with jury at the AAH May means multiple arrivals, from the first of May to the flowers that bloom on my birthday and, a few days later, 3rd in the Bourg. The May issue also talks about longevity. Not me at 71, but the Art …

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Keeping the Art of Urdu Calligraphy Alive in Hyderabad

Abdul Ghaffar inspects the Urdu line I wrote then bursts out laughing. “For me, people like you who can read and write Urdu in normal script are padhe shade (letter). Not padhe likhe (educated),” says the calligraphy teacher at Idaara-e-Adabiyaat-e-Urdu in Hyderabad. “It would take about a year to teach …

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Mixed-race Okinawans begin to find a voice amid tensions at US bases

For Minako Toguchi, every summer brought an identity crisis. As a child growing up in Okinawa, the site of the largest ground battle to take place on Japanese soil during World War II, she was often taken on school trips during the summer to war memorials, including including the Himeyuri …

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The perfect place to hone your writing skills

Do you want to improve your writing skills? Montblanc, the German luxury goods manufacturer, recently opened its new museum and visitor center so that “visitors from all over the world can experience the power of writing”. Located in Hamburg, Germany, the sprawling 3,600 square meter project sits adjacent to the …

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10 Gift-Worthy Bookworm Embossers for Bookworms

This content contains affiliate links. When you purchase through these links, we may earn an affiliate commission. I remember receiving a personalized ex libris embosser from my best friend in college. As an avid reader at this young age, I appreciated it as one of the coolest gifts I’ve ever …

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OnlyFans model shows what she looked like before spending thousands on plastic surgery

A mum has shown what she looked like before spending thousands on plastic surgery and tattoos. Becky Holt, who lives in Cheshire and is often considered ‘Britain’s most tattooed woman’, posted the snap on her Instagram channel. The OnlyFans model has revealed she spent £35,000 to cover 95% of her …

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The ten best player autographs PGL Major Antwerp

The PGL Major Antwerp 2022 is looming on the horizon, which means one and only one thing: stickers. For those new to Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, stickers are cosmetic items that can be applied to weapon skins. Before each major, Valve releases team and individual player stickers for those in attendance. …

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Accompaniment – ​​SupChina

Accompaniment – ​​SupChina Jump straight to content Search any company based in China Search any company based in ChinaZhejiang Geely Holding GroupChina Development Bank International InvestmentCASILBYD automaticBeiGene (Beijing)Beijing Pingxin Media CultureBeijing JD36Kr holdingsBaidu (China)Qianjin Network Information Technology (Shanghai)GAIGAVISHINTaobao China Holding (Hong Kong)Huaneng Power InternationalWe drivemiHoYoMobile CheetahCALBZTO-expressChina Aluminum CompanyRYB EducationTuniuChinaCacheHey TeaNayukiNEIWAIPetroChinaMeiping …

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Book Review: The History of Islam – Journal

Usborne Books History of Islam is the best book one can get as a child, as it contains everything a youngster needs to know about their religion. Part of a series, which contains books on sports, space, history and literature, it simplifies Islam for the young mind and tells its …

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Tiktok is obsessed with these calligraphy pens over 30% off

We may receive a commission from purchases made through links on this page. Pricing and availability are subject to change. This content is created by a third-party partner for Yahoo. With easy access thanks to the stand-up case, these calligraphy pens will be your go-to for your next art project. …

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Reflection Mosque / waiwai

Reflection Mosque / waiwai ©Darren Bradley + 14 Share Share Facebook Twitter pinterest WhatsApp To post Or https://www.archdaily.com/980738/mosque-of-reflection-waiwai Region Area of ​​this architecture project Region : 2800 m² Year Year of realization of this architectural project Year: 2022 Photographs Main architect: Wael Al-Awar ©Darren Bradley Text description provided by the …

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Inkscape is a good free alternative to Adobe Illustrator

If you want a free alternative to Adobe Illustratoryou can definitely check Inkscape on your Windows 11/10 computer. This article explains all the features, options, and image edits you can do with Inkscape. You can edit an existing photo or create a new image from scratch! Inkscape Features and Options …

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Build an edge-lit sign from the scrap pile

Whether in a display case or mounted on top of NASA Mission Control Center consoles, edge-lit acrylic is a popular choice for making high-visibility signs. Partly because of their striking hologram appearance, but also because they are exceptionally cheap and easy to produce. Only How? ‘Or’ What cheap and easy? …

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Han Meilin: A look at the achievements of the famous Chinese artist

05:18 The logo of China’s first national botanical garden, officially opened in Beijing on Monday, was created and designed by Han Meilin, an outstanding Chinese artist. The logo of the National Botanical Garden of China was designed by Han Meilin. /CCTV News The logo of the National Botanical Garden of …

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‘Armed irony’: After romanticizing the life of Elizabeth Macarthur, Kate Grenville edits her letters

Do not believe too quickly! This warning prologue begins Kate Grenville’s novel A Room Made of Leaves (2021), a so-called long-lost secret memoir of Elizabeth Macarthur that Grenville “found” hidden in a roof cavity. The award-winning novel reimagined Macarthur from the devoted colonial wife of John Macarthur to a passionate, …

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SA’s Hottest Artist Burningforestboy Answers 6 Burning Questions

South African artist Burningforestboy has been making waves on the hip hop scene with his innovative sound and honest voice and, unsurprisingly, getting noticed for it. He recently made history as the first South African artist to feature on the cover of Spotify’s global playlist, Fresh Finds. Channel24 sat down …

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Discover everything cool about Istanbul

In partnership with A majestic and alluring city straddling two continents, Istanbul has a long and fascinating history. But it is also a dynamic and exciting place. With a diverse crowd, the cultural scene explodes. And the food is certainly worth exploring. Whether it’s strolling through one of the city’s …

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10 things to do this Saturday in Los Angeles [4-9-2022]

Photo via Bob Baker Marionette Theater/Bob Baker Day With the temperatures thankfully returning to normal today, we thought it was the perfect time to reintroduce our daily to-do lists (at least for the weekends!). Below are our top three picks for this Saturday (April 9) in Los Angeles, followed by …

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Arabic Calligraphy: The Art of a Nation and Its Historical Development | Salaam Footbridge

The written word may be today’s communication tool, but art and image were the first language and, in the words of artist Paul Klee, “writing and painting are essentially similar”. Beirut: Archaeological findings on cave walls prove that painting was man’s first written language; his drawings of animals and other …

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Helen Nilan Obituary (2022) – Newington, CT

WEST HARTFORD – Sister Helen Nilan (Sister Mary Thaddeus), a member of the Sisters of St. Joseph of Chambery, West Hartford, CT died April 1, 2022, at Msgr. Bojnowski Manor in New Britain, CT. Born in Brooklyn, NY on September 30, 1927, to the late James Howard Nilan and Ellen …

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The Day – Letter perfect: Celebrating the art of calligraphy in Mystic for 40 years

The dozen people gathered inside the Mystic & Noank library all use pencils on tracing paper to practice, with sure hands and artistic finesse, how to create Roman capital letters. Fran Baldwin, who runs the session, explains the intricacies of this type of lettering and gives them tips as they …

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Friday around the planet – Lonely Planet

Welcome to Friday Around the Planet, a roundup of some of the travel-related news and inspiration you may have missed this week. Don’t be fooled – it’s April. And, to start the fun off, check out these facts you might not know about the Eiffel Tower in Paris. They are …

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Annual Muslim Student Association BBQ on Friday, April 1

Muslim Students Association The Muslim Student Association invites all U of A students and non-students to attend our annual MSA BBQ on Friday, April 1, 2022 at 5:00 p.m. at the Chi Omega Greek Theater. The Muslim Student Association invites all U of A students and non-students …

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Steps will be taken in the next session to make Chitrakala Parishat a reputable university: Chief Minister of Karnataka

Karnataka Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai also announces six new regional art centers during Chitra Santhe Karnataka Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai also announces six new regional art centers during Chitra Santhe Hundreds of people thronged for the 19th edition of Chitra Santhe, the largest street art fair in Bengaluru hosted by …

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The Jain Monk and his Saviors Saka

Today, politicians only remember the Mughal kings as outsiders. They remain strategically ignorant of other outsiders, like the Scythians who helped a muni Jain defeat a cruel Indian king Today, politicians only remember the Mughal kings as outsiders. They remain strategically ignorant of other outsiders, like the Scythians who helped …

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Over $17,000 donated to new recreational and cultural programs in Lacombe – LacombeOnline.com

The Town of Lacombe has awarded seven new funding programs under its 2022 Recreation and Culture Grant Program. The grant is awarded to initiatives that improve the quality of life for residents through recreation or culture. . “The City is pleased to partner with community organizations to provide opportunities for …

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Russian artist and Ukrainian in Bali collaborate on a message of unity

Russian artist Pokras Lampas and Ukrainian Alex Shtefan pose with one of Pokras’ nine calligraphy works on the roof of Alex’s villas in Bali, Indonesia March 16, 2022. REUTERS NORTH KUTA, Indonesia — A Russian artist and a Ukrainian owner of a villa complex on the Indonesian island of Bali …

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Admits to being offered ₹50 Lakh by tabloids to claim he slept with her!

Meghan Markle’s former co-star Simon Rex has made an explosive revelation that has sent the globe shaking. The 47-year-old actor has now reportedly revealed that he was once offered $70,000 (over ₹50 lakh) for claiming he had sex with the current Dutch Sussexx. Simon Rex, who appeared with Meghan on …

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Emirates News Agency – Dubai Culture opens 8th World Art Dubai

DUBAI, 16th March, 2022 (WAM) — Over 4,000 artworks from over 300 artists and galleries were on display at World Art Dubai inaugurated today by Hala Badri, Chief Executive Officer of the Dubai Culture and Arts Authority. The region’s largest contemporary retail art fair sees local, regional and international artists …

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See the 12th-century minaret that stands in the Jewish quarter of Isfahan

TEHRAN – The Minaret of Chehel-Dokhtaran is one of the lesser-known attractions in Isfahan which is itself a top tourist destination for good reason. Construction of the monument was completed in c. 1107 in the Jewish quarter of Jubareh during the reign of Malek-Shah who was a Sultan of the …

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Heritage is the safe bridge to the future

Sharjah: The 19th annual Sharjah Heritage Days (SHD) festival on day two continues to dazzle visitors with magnificent cultural, artistic and entertainment performances. Amid remarkable participation from the public and lovers of ancient heritage, the event blends authentic and traditional culture with today’s modern culture, including scientific developments and technological …

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Loro Piana collaborates with Mattar Bin Lahej

The linen Capsule collection includes a slightly flared long kaftan, a relaxed fit abaya and a casual short sleeve shirt and trouser suit, all of which bear the Arabic “Love” motif. The collection is available in four shades: Water Garden, Halite, Red Fish and Passion Fruit. The silk cady, meanwhile, …

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Marcia Watson Obituary (2022) – Windsor, CT

Marcia Jensen Watson, 74, of Bloomfield, passed away peacefully with her husband of 49 years, Bill, and family on Sunday, March 6, 2022. Marcia was born in Hartford and raised in Bloomfield, CT, daughter by the late Howard and Osa Jensen. She was predeceased by her brother, Buddy, and is …

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Sex, cakes and lots of time to crochet – is it any wonder we crave Regency romances?

Write it down in your diaries. At the end of this month, Lady Whistledown will take up her pen again and return to our screens with the second season of Bridgerton. Last year, viewers couldn’t get enough of the candy-colored costumes, sex scenes in delightful Georgian follies and the sullen …

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LTSC Announces Grand Opening of Terasaki Budokan

Self-defense class held at Terasaki Budokan in response to anti-Asian hate incidents. The Little Tokyo Service Center (LTSC) will celebrate the grand opening of the Paul I. Terasaki Budokan, a community recreation facility, with a groundbreaking ceremony on Friday, March 11, followed by a free, public grand opening ceremony on …

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Staten Island son woos heroine Nicole in medieval England – and you can see it all on TV

STATEN ISLAND, NY – Amidst the rolling hills of England’s Regency era countryside, in an age of knights in shining armour, a group of eligible suitors will compete to win the heart of heroine Nicole Remy during from NBC’s new 90 Minute series, “The Courtship.” The intro episode of the …

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In Pictures: JRR Tolkein’s Estate Releases Rarely Seen ‘Lord of the Rings’ Drawings and Other Books

The estate of acclaimed author JRR Tolkien has released a new website showcasing artwork, some previously unpublished, by the author of The Hobbit and its associated trilogy, The Lord of the Rings. A linguist who created the land of Middle-earth to bring his invented languages ​​to life, Tolkien was also …

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“She/Her/Hers” exhibition at the Harn Museum of Art examines the role of women in Chinese art

Unknown Chinese Artists, ‘Hanging Theatrical Hanging’, Qing dynasty (1644–1911), c. 1890 – 1911, museum purchase, funds provided by the David A. Cofrin Acquisition Endowment, photograph by Randy Batista The Harn Museum of Art at the University of Florida explores the intersecting roles of women in the arts of premodern, modern, …

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Starbucks Korea donates Han Yong-un’s handwriting to mark Independence Day

Starbucks Korea CEO Song Ho-seop (second from right) and National Trust for Cultural Heritage Chairman Kim Jong-kyu (third from right) pose for a photo after a ceremony for deliver a handwriting of Manhae Han Yong-un to Deoksugung Palace in Seoul. (Starbucks Korea) Starbucks Korea announced on Sunday that it had …

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Two distinctive collections of poetry by Barry Hill and Jordie Albiston

POETRY Cold Mountain and the SeaBarry HillArcadia, $24.95FifteenJordie AlbistonPuncher & Wattmann, $25 In books like Four lines is (2009) and grass hut work (2016), Barry Hill has often attempted to enter cultures very different from his own. Cold Mountain and the Sea is another in the series – in this …

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Opening of the Sands Gallery at the Grand Suites of the Four Seasons

The Sands Gallery is a permanent art space located on the 6th floor of the Four Seasons Grand Suites and offers guests the opportunity to explore a variety of ever-changing art exhibits. The gallery was born out of Sands China’s desire to help cultivate an environment that nurtures creativity and …

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Cedar Rapids Scribe Stationer Fire Station includes fountain pens and tablets

Nikki Kettelkamp, ​​owner of Scribe Stationer, organizes inventory at her stationery in southeast Cedar Rapids, Iowa, on Tuesday. (Jim Slosiarek/The Gazette) Colored pens at Nikki Kettelkamp Scribe Stationer’s stationery store, 1111 Third St. SE, in southeast Cedar Rapids, Iowa, on Tuesday, Feb. 15, 2022. (Jim Slosiarek/The Gazette) Limited-edition pencils and …

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Marilyn Jefferson Obituary (1946 – 2022) – Thomasville, GA

Marilyn Jefferson May 20, 1946 – February 18, 2022 Thomasville, Georgia – Marilyn Lowry Jefferson died on February 18, 2022 after bravely battling a long illness. Born on May 20, 1946, Marilyn was the middle child and only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Francis Lowry of Charlotte, North Carolina. …

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Art Beat: scripted art

Jennifer Helner is a realistic watercolor artist of flowers, landscapes, and creative lettering from West Michigan. Helner teaches art with private students and in galleries. Helner teaches watercolors, drawing, pastels, creative hand lettering, and traditional calligraphy, and she offers workshops on matting and custom framing. She has a custom framing …

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2023 Hyundai Palisade Facelift spied in the cold with heavy camouflage

Hyundai doesn’t sell the Palisade in Europe, but that doesn’t stop it from testing the facelifted version near the Arctic Circle. In fact, the previous statement is not entirely accurate since the large SUV is available in Russia where it is also built. The small crossover Creta and Sonata are …

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Hyundai Santa Fe offers good value for money

Santa Fe is a lot of car for the money Roseville, Calif. – Hyundai can certainly offer a lot of variety if one focuses in its search for sport utility vehicles on the popular Santa Fe. Some buyers might opt ​​for the traditional gas-powered Santa Fe, a solid choice among …

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Making Pashmina Popular Again – The Shillong Times

By Dilshad Noor The Kashmiri Pashmina rug is famous all over the world. But the Kashmiri people have now left behind this centuries-old ancestral work. Changing market trends and the situation created by the pandemic have hit the craft industry hard. In such a situation, some young people are now …

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Hauser & Wirth Appoints Christie’s Elaine Kwok as Asia Managing Partner | News | THE VALUE

By: Sebastien Raybaud 11 Feb 2022 | Fri | 19:01 On February 10, the international art gallery Hauser & Wirth announced the appointment of Elaine Kwok as its new managing partner in Asia. In the newly created role, Kwok will be responsible for developing a clientele and relationships with institutions …

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Review: Without a note of Beethoven, an orchestra shines

The vast majority of the music the Philadelphia Orchestra plays in its eight concerts at Carnegie Hall this season is by Beethoven. Under the musical direction of Yannick Nézet-Séguin, this ensemble plays the master with warmth and verve. And alongside the nine classic symphonies, it features contemporary works written in …

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The Asian journalist

NEW YEAR’S ACTIVITIES. Lan Su Chinese Garden in Portland hosted the Year of the Tiger last week, beginning its 15-day festival on February 1. Some of the events planned during the Lunar New Year celebrations include weekend lion dances (top photo), a chopstick challenge (bottom photos), and more. Garden hours …

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Couple’s Chateau-Type QC Home of 30 Years Now Worth P38M

Culture For more than 30 years, the Juco house has been both a sanctuary and a showcase for the passions of its owners, now is the time to let go RHIA GRANA | February 06, 2022 More than 30 years ago, when husband and wife Alex and …

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Elizabeth (Betty) Augusta Norris | Obituary

December 22, 1934 – January 25, 2022 Elizabeth (Betty) Augusta Norris, a longtime resident of Corvallis, died Tuesday, January 25, in Sparks, Nevada, with her husband, Logan, by her side. Betty was 87 years old. Betty, a loving wife and mother, was born on December 22, 1934, in Bend, Oregon, …

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‘Washi Transformed’ at the Longmont Museum features 30 pieces by 9 Japanese artists

In 2016, the Longmont Museum highlighted the intricate and eye-catching work of international contemporary origami artists with the exhibition “Above The Fold” – curated by Los Angeles-based Japanese art historian Meher McArthur. The show, which featured 60 hand-folded koi fish, proved to be a favorite among visitors. “This exhibit was …

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Sing it in Bahasa Melayu: Chinese New Year song celebrating cross-cultural unity warms the hearts of Malaysians

KUALA LUMPUR: Not your typical Chinese New Year song. It ticks all the necessary boxes – upbeat tunes, positive lyrics and auspiciously colored costumes – but Dong Dong Qiang, released on January 7, stands out with its all-Malay ensemble singing in Bahasa Melayu. It is probably the first-ever original Chinese …

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Cassandra Mattera Obituary (1942 – 2022) – Culpeper, DC

Cassandra “Cassie” Lee Mattera July 30, 1942 – January 16, 2022 Cassandra “Cassie” L. Mattera, 79, died Jan. 16, 2022, at Culpeper Regional Medical Center, Va., after a long illness. Cassie was born on July 30, 1942 in Washington, DC to the late Albert Mattera and Louise (née Houchens) Mattera. …

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Art in the Constitution

Here comes January 26th and we are so excited to celebrate it as our Republic Day. Whether we truly understand the meaning of the republic is certainly a matter of guesswork, but we all take part in the commemoration of the day our Constitution was finally enforced. She is very …

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🌱 Moriches Center-Eastport Daily: DWI & “Ghost Gun”+ Toy Drive

Hello, people of the Moriches-Eastport Center! It’s me, Diane Witek, your host from the Moriches-Eastport Daily Center. First, today’s weather forecast: Becoming cloudy. High: 33, low: 26. At approximately 10:44 p.m. on Friday, 24-year-old Daniel Apolinario of Bay Shore made a serious wrong turn as he entered the parking lot …

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How to create a vision board for your goals that actually works

I can safely say that we’ve all heard of a vision board before, even if we’ve never experienced creating one for ourselves. But do you know exactly what it is, how it works, or how it could benefit you? While undoubtedly eye-catching and a fun DIY activity, a vision board …

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How to Talk About Upgrading Skills in an Assessment Interview or Job Interview

Have you learned a new skill or two in the past two years? If you answered “yes”, you are in good company. During the pandemic shutdowns, many workers have seized an unprecedented opportunity to take the time they once spent commuting and devote it to taking online courses. A 2020 …

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Whoops! A Crypto Collective Paid $3 Million for a ‘Dune’ Book Because of a Basic Misunderstanding + Other Stories

Art Industry News is a daily summary of the most important developments in the art world and the art market. Here’s what you need to know on Tuesday, January 18. NEED TO READ The dispute rages over the villa with Caravaggio’s fresco – Villa Aurora, a Roman villa with a …

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Egyptian Embassy in Serbia celebrates Cairo’s contribution to Islamic culture in Belgrade – City Lights – Life & Style

Mufti of Belgrade Sheikh Mustafa Jusufspahic, his wife, Ambassador Amr Aljowaily and his wife The Egyptian Embassy in Belgrade organized the event on Saturday, which was hosted by the Islamic Community of Serbia. ## In his opening speech, the Egyptian Ambassador to Serbia, Amr Aljowaily, highlighted Egypt’s contribution to the …

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Artists put brush to ink during a calligraphy show

The Dokuritsu Shojindan Foundation holds its annual congress shou (Japanese calligraphy), the 70th Dokuritsu Sho exhibition, at the Tokyo National Art Center in the Minato district this month to celebrate the New Year. The spacious venue is filled with thousands of expressive works composed of white paper and various shades …

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NFT Transformative Calligraphy Art Boosts Financial Abundance

Spiritual Leader, New York Times Bestselling Author and National Chinese Calligraphy Artist Dr & Master Zhi Gang Sha’s 5000 NFT’s ‘Transformative Art’ sold in one month on OpenSea, the largest NFT marketplace, in November. The original artwork has significant value and was featured at Art Miami Basel. One of the …

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Chinese in Cambodia applaud for Beijing Olympics

On Wednesday, people sit in a cart pulled by a motorbike traveling on a street in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. Photo: AFP The Chinese community in Cambodia hosted an event on Monday to applaud the upcoming Olympic Winter Games and Beijing Spring Festival 2022. The event was co-organized by the Federation …

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Social life – GulfToday

Illustrative image. As I was doing my evening walk to keep in shape, I ran into people sitting in the open area taking non-stop selfies and glued to their smartphones. Most of them have visited the area for their booster shots, which will now be mandatory for those wishing to …

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Some adult classes at ICTC are still opening this session | News

Indian Capital Technology Center offers day and evening classes, which started this week, but it’s not too late to enroll in most programs. During the day, CTIC offers classes for high school and adult students in two sessions: in the morning, which runs from 8 a.m. to 11 a.m., and …

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Beijing 2022 Culture and Ceremonies Chief Strives to Improve_ 英语 频道 _ 央视 网 (cctv.com)

Just one month away from the Olympic Winter Games, the Beijing 2022 Culture and Ceremonies Chief is striving to show off Beijing’s cultural heritage as the first city to host both the Summer and Olympic Games. winter. BEIJING, Jan.5 (Xinhua) – As Beijing marks the one-month countdown to the opening …

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Sindhi culture festival kicks off at arts and crafts village

ISLAMABAD – A three-day festival kicked off on Monday at Shakaparian Arts and Crafts Village to promote Sindhi culture and heritage and pay tribute to Sindhi heroes. The festival organized by the Department of Sports, Culture and Tourism CDA / MCI will remain open to the general public from 4:00 …

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COLUMN: ON RETURNING HOME – Journal

I cleaned the cupboards; dusting shelves filled with love. Every book in this large room, every artifact, photograph, calligraphic art, assortment of pens and writing tools, USB drives and computer, carries my father’s touch. I browse his collection of CDS and music cassettes. A few days ago, I removed the …

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New Year’s Kanji “Fly! Fills the world with hope

~~ ~ Dressed in a reddish-brown hakama over a kimono patterned with flowers the color of spring cherry blossoms, master calligrapher Shoko Kanazawa smiles for the camera in front of her latest creation. Her New Year’s Kanji, or Japanese character, for 2022 is “tobu,” which means “to jump” or “to …

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Girls surpass boys | Cashmere amount

Girls are not surpassing boys now. It is a centuries-old tradition that girls have had a lot of patience and courage than boys to face the challenges of life. Relevantly, it is a woman who gives birth to a baby after having gone through the turmoil of 9 months of …

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Shrouded in Culture: The Symbolism of Cranes in Japanese Art

Few of us who have held paper have not, at some point, folded a bird, or a bird shape, a pair of wings, and stolen them, literally, or with swirling arms to create the magic of flight. Cranes are at the heart of origami, and the tradition of folding a …

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Extended New Years celebrations at historic mansions

Ti Gong Visitors to Sinan mansions for the festival season. A New Year’s Eve celebration was launched in a historic district of downtown Shanghai over the weekend with free art installations and exhibitions. The Sinan Mansions, the only historic, fully-preserved garden villa complex in the city center, kicked off its …

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People really do give NFTs as a gift. Results may vary

Alex Caton has given a lot of thought to his girlfriend’s Christmas present this year. The 24-year-old found a stunning photo taken by a local photographer in her hometown of Mississauga, 17 miles south of Toronto. In the foreground is her city and in the distance the glittering skyline of …

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Iranian design “Gongbi” exhibited in Shanghai to celebrate anniversary of Sino-Iranian diplomatic relations

Iranian miniature painting titled Lovers by artist Afzal Al-Husseini Photo: courtesy Shanghai Art Collection Museum Persian treasure, an art exhibition featuring exquisite Iranian miniature paintings that bear similarities to Chinese fine brush painting, also known as “Gongbi” drawing, was recently launched in Shanghai to celebrate the establishment’s 50th anniversary diplomatic …

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Nan Tien Cultural Festival welcomes all from December 25 to January 2, 2022 | Illawarra Mercury

community, The largest Buddhist temple in the southern hemisphere hosts its annual cultural festival starting December 25 and ending January 2. multicultural food, stalls, book fair, art exhibitions and more. Read more: Meet the Puppeteer Behind Bluey’s Big Play Visitors can ring in the New Year at Toll of the …

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meet the calligrapher behind Dubai’s first street signs

Growing up in Egypt as a child, Abdul Fattah vividly remembers watching his father as he wrote beautiful Arabic calligraphy on a large blackboard that hung in their home. At only 8 years old, he picked up his first quill and began to imitate the pen strokes taught by his …

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Arab GU-Q first year student wins EC Calligraphy competition award

Mastering the art of Arabic calligraphy can be a challenge even for native speakers, who revere this art form for its ability to convey meaning while avoiding figurative imagery. Sargis Simonyan, a non-Arabic speaker and freshman at QF Partner University Georgetown in Qatar (GU-Q) took on this challenge and won …

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A moving meditation on mortality in the late paintings of Brice Marden

Brice Marden’s recent paintings and drawings are provisional, tender, heartbreaking, angry, vulnerable and open. As his job requires him to engage the surface with gestures, pressures and movements – which has been true since the start of his career – this ties in with what he can accomplish physically. Thinking …

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Help humans respect the ecological order of the Earth

Ti Gong Artist Song Chen speaking The third World Soil Day public art education project initiated by artist Song Chen was unveiled at the Xinqiao Art Museum in Songjiang District on December 5. The “Eco Century” ecological soil art exhibition showcases Song’s works from the past 10 years. year. The …

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Emirates news agency – Ministry of Culture and Youth reveals details of Al Burda festival

ABOU DHABI, December 12, 2021 (WAM) – The Ministry of Culture and Youth has revealed details of the second edition of the Al Burda Festival to be held at the Dubai Exhibition Center at Expo 2020 Dubai from December 19 to 21. The three-day festival “Transcending Spaces, Discovering the World” …

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HUB-Robeson Galleries announces spring exhibition calendar

UNIVERSITY PARK, PA – HUB-Robeson Galleries’ Spring 2022 exhibition program will focus on contemporary portraits, storytelling, and student-led projects. The exhibits will be held in various locations within the HUB-Robison Center, including the HUB Gallery and Art Alley. The HUB gallery is open daily from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. …

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From Castle Howard to Chatsworth House – what some of our great country houses are doing this Christmas

For many people, a day at one of our historic mansions is as much a Christmas tradition as it is going to panto and watching reruns of the Morecambe and Wise specials on TV. Here are six eye-catching exhibits that you can enjoy across the region … Register to our …

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Islamic Arts Festival returns to Houston on December 11-12

Chevall Pryce, Personal editor December 2, 2021Updated: Dec 2, 2019 2021 3:14 p.m. 1of3 Visitors to the Islamic Arts Festival in Houston Courtesy of the Islamic Arts FestivalShow moreShow less 2of3 Visitors to the Islamic Arts Festival in Houston Photos courtesy of the Islamic Arts SocietyShow moreShow less 3of3 Visitors …

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Holidays at the liberty public market

See + Do Join us for fun family festivities Tuesday, November 30, 20210 Join us for fun family festivities at Liberty Public Market! Sit back and relax as our singers rock you to the joys of Christmas on Saturdays and Sundays from 12pm to 4pm on the back patio. Selfies …

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Amazing facts about the “Taj Mahal”, the symbol of love!

Taj Mahal, considered the honor of India because it is one and the only creativity gathered in India to be counted among the Seven Wonders of the World. In this whole world, I don’t think anyone has left without being aware of the beauty and history behind this unique building. …

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Islamic Arts Festival on December 15 in Sharjah

Sharjah 24: The Ministry of Culture of Sharjah will launch the 24th edition of the Islamic Arts Festival on December 15, under the patronage of His Highness Sheikh Dr. Sultan bin Muhammad Al Qasimi, member of the Supreme Council and Ruler of Sharjah. Artists from the UAE and around the …

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Hotel Okura Kyoto Okazaki Bettei will open on January 20

Receive instant alerts for news on your actions. Claim your 1-week free trial for Street Insider Premium here. Small Luxury Hotel of Okura Group to Herald a New Era of Kyoto Aesthetics in Collaboration with Traditional Japanese Handicrafts Unit “GO ON” TOKYO – (BUSINESS WIRE) – Okura Nikko Hotel Management …

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Workshop to promote art ends at Mahatta

Through Syed burhan Srinagar- On the last day of the art exhibition, titled “Mashq-e-Paaeez: Ishq-e-Nabi”, the closing ceremony was held in Mahattas. Students attended a career counseling brainstorming session at the exhibition. On this occasion, the students were advised on the diversity of career options. A special session was also …

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Jeannie V. Scott | Obituaries

On November 10, 2021, we lost our beloved wife, mother, grandmother and friend. When she entered the world, she cried and the world rejoiced. When she left this world, we cried and the heavens rejoiced. Jeannie V. Scott was born in Billings to Martin and Nellie McPhee on September 23, …

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Spider-Man’s black suit is powered by magic

As speculation rages on after the latest trailer for No Way Home, one scene in particular shows a Spider-Man costume that hints at magical endowments. The final trailer of Spider-Man: No Path Home was released, and while there was no sign of Tobey Maguire or Adam Garfield to sort out …

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Stroke Ensos: A Book by Michael Whitt, MD

There is always a pile of books lying around our house, and as people pass by, they are often curious to see which ones have been thrown on our cafe, dining room and bedroom tables. But in the roughly 40 years we’ve lived in West Marin, no book has attracted …

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Lux Homes, Art, Calligraphy and more sold to raise funds

China Evergrande chairman Hui Ka Yan continues to scramble to raise funds to meet the debt obligations, including an upcoming $ 255 million coupon payment due in late December. 63 years old Hui Ka Yan continues to seek ways to raise funds by selling his private assets after Chinese authorities …

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Cut from the same fabric – Daily Bulldog

FARMINGTON – It’s not often that life goes as planned. For better or worse, we carry the same cards all the way through, whether we happily trotted the path our parents envisioned for us, or squeezed out of the road, the mud flying appropriately. Of course, the fairing is not …

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YUN BING (ACTIVE FIRST HALF OF THE 18TH CENTURY)

Serendipity Shall Bring the Paintings to You – The Wong Nan-ping Family Collection This fall, Christie’s Hong Kong is proud to present a selection of paintings from the family collection of the latest true collector of traditional scholars – Jade Studio Master Mr. Wong Nan -ping (1924-1985). As an offspring …

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Islamic calligraphy art pieces on display at Pakistani festival

TEHRAN (IQNA) – The Pakistani Lok Mela festival underway in Islamabad hosts a collection of Islamic calligraphy artwork by famous artist Azeem Iqbal. The exhibition mainly focused on the messages of peace and harmony through Quranic verses and letters. Azeem Iqbal uses various mediums like leather, stone, wood, bamboo, gold, …

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profanation of the Torah is a wake-up call | IJN

II have always felt particularly connected to safrut, the uniquely beautiful calligraphy of the Torah scrolls. As the softer, the scribe, dip his quill in his black inkwell, with the beautiful letters emerging transforming the cream velum into a sacred Torah scroll, I think of the to do. A “label»Is …

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KP pavilion in Lok Mela attracts visitors, tourists

peshawar – A large number of visitors, including domestic and foreign tourists, visited the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa pavilion on Tuesday and showed keen interest in the rich culture, crafts and distinct traditions presented at Lok Mela 2021 in Islamabad. The special assistant to the chief minister of the KP in charge …

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Tale woven from Kashmiri and Turkish rugs

Kashmiri and Turkish rugs are among the most luxurious items presented in any market, whether local or international. While Turkish and Kashmiri rugs are part of the cultural heritage of both regions, they also adorn homes and religious shrines around the world. A woman weaving traditional Turkish rugs in her …

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Companions in Solitude – Chinadaily.com.cn

The 16th-century painting (part) by Qian Gu depicts Wang Xizhi’s famous gathering at the Orchid Pavilion, where guests were to drink wine and compose poems. [Photo provided to China Daily] Living with the pandemic led a museum curator to reflect on how the ancient Chinese approached the idea of ​​isolation, …

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Real sportswear: the new “OmniFibers” material “trains” you to breathe like professional athletes

CAMBRIDGE, Massachusetts – Sportswear is entering a new era thanks to smart technology. New fabric that “registers” muscle movements as you breathe could allow for better training and faster recovery from respiratory illnesses. The fibers of the fabric, nicknamed OmniFibers, register the breathing of high performance athletes. When worn by …

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