Monthly Archives: March 2019

A call out for anyone interested….. — Chorlton Alternative Arts

We got This Email last week, thought we would post it in case anyone attending the class is interested. CAA are posting this info, and have no further details nor are we liable for any inaccuracy. I’m a playwright from … Continue reading

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Dysfunctional Government in Brazil and the Disunited Kingdom of Brexit

Originally posted on John Gledhill, anthropologist:
In recent weeks I have participated in two academic events dominated by bleak appraisals of the conduct of government by Jair Bolsonaro in Brazil. Participants not only offered strong critiques of the negative social,…

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Spanish Street Artists Create 85 Ft. Sculpture for Valencia’s Fallas Festival

Spanish street artists PichiAvo created the Falla Mayor for the 2019 Fallas Festival in Valencia. The 85-foot sculpture was titled ‘Procés Creatiu (Creative Process).’ Each section of the mammoth sculpture had to be painted by PichiAvo over the course of several … Continue reading

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Follow Nectar-Hungry Birds as They Soar Through New Automated Flip Books by Juan Fontanive

Artist Juan Fontanive (previously) constructs ornithology-oriented flip books which constantly loop with the help of a few hand-built mechanics. The still images are sourced from 18th and 19th-century natural history illustrations, and when combined imitate the motion of a bird in flight. … Continue reading

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Charles Blanc – Color Theorist

Charles Blanc 1813-1882 History Charles Blanc was born in 1813 in Castre, France. He was very involved in art early on, starting off as an engraver and writing art critiques and articles for several publications. He then went on to become … Continue reading

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STEWY – Mary Wollstonecraft’s Birthday

Originally posted on Unity Arts London:
Keep your eyes peeled! The Blue Circle Of Dissent Events are happening! The National Heritage Lottery Fund is supporting us as we host a series of events to celebrate the 260th birthday of Mary…

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Fallas Festival of Valencia — Month at a Time Travel

https://videopress.com/embed/1WYaGevq?hd=0&autoPlay=0&permalink=0&loop=0 The Fallas Festival of Valencia culminates on March 19th with a riot of fireworks and bonfires that would even inspire Burning Man to stand up and cheer. via Fallas Festival of Valencia — Month at a Time Travel

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Mi Carnaval 2019

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Originally posted on Sude's Steps In Spain:
Hellooo, hier ist endlich mein Blogeintrag zu den (im Süden der Insel) sogar noch immer laufenden Karnevalsfestlichkeiten. Angefangen bei der Drag Queen Vorauswahl über den traditionellen Carnaval de los Indianos, dem Bodypaint-Wettbewerb…

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This 11-Year-Old Boy Learned To Crochet At The Of Age 5 And Is Now Called A Crocheting Prodigy – Bored Panda

If you believe that only grandmas enjoy crocheting you will be surprised to know that even some 11-year-olds love it too! Jonah Larson became internet famous for his uncommon hobby – crocheting. The boy went viral because of his amazing … Continue reading

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Everything you think you know about addiction is wrong

What really causes addiction — to everything from cocaine to smart-phones? And how can we overcome it? Johann Hari has seen our current methods fail firsthand, as he has watched loved ones struggle to manage their addictions. He started to … Continue reading

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