2023 Global Zodiac Design Competition Launched, Business

BEIJING, July 29, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Since ancient times, the Chinese have seen twelve animals as auspicious symbols for each year within a twelve-year cycle to express aspirations for a better life in a new year. Eventually the Chinese zodiac culture took shape. This folk custom has spread around the world, and many countries and regions now issue stamps

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2023 Global Zodiac Design Competition Launched

BEIJING, July 29, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Since ancient times, the Chinese have seen twelve animals as auspicious symbols for each year within a twelve-year cycle to express aspirations for a better life in a new year. Eventually the Chinese zodiac culture took shape. This folk custom has spread around the world, and many countries and regions now issue stamps

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Artists in 28 Countries Come Together to Respond to Climate

A library at the top of one of London’s oldest skyscrapers; the rainforest, mountains and coastline of Peru; a Canadian island in the Labrador Current. 

All of these are weather stations, but they won’t necessarily be reporting temperature changes or barometric pressure. Instead, they are among the 28 international locations from which writers and artists will work to make sense

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The Grammys | GRAMMY.com

In the fall of last year, Claudio Sanchez was on the verge of revealing something big to his expansive fanbase. His progressive rock band, Coheed and Cambria, was teasing the existence of their new album, Vaxis: Act II — A Window of the Waking Mind — and how it illuminated the then-shrouded character Vaxis.

“Vaxis, who, to them, seems

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‘FL3TCH3R Exhibit’ housed at ETSU celebrating 10th

JOHNSON CITY, Tenn. – The international “FL3TCH3R Exhibit: Social & Politically Engaged
Art” at East Tennessee State University’s Reece Museum faithfully continues to represent
the spirit of social and political movements of the country and world. The 2022 exhibition
runs Oct. 3-Dec. 9. 

The 2022 juror will be Wesam Mazhar Haddad, a conceptualizer, creative and art director,
designer and the

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Eight Miami Gen Z Visual Artists to Watch

Beyond TikTok and making fun of aging millennials, Gen Z is already leading the charge culturally, making waves when it comes to Miami’s visual arts scene. From exhibitions at the Institute of Contemporary Arts, Miami and the Bakehouse Arts Complex, these young artists have cemented their places in an increasingly vibrant and diverse arts scene here in the Magic City.
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Graphic organizers help multilingual learners

Visual teaching tool helps Marumsco Hills Elementary School students become stronger writers

Learning to read and write a new language can be a challenge at any age, but with the use of graphic organizers, Darianella Baret an ESOL teacher at Marumsco Hills Elementary School, is watching her students thrive. Graphic organizers are used to visually represent ideas, concepts, and relationships

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Julia Salazar political rise is the subject of new graphic

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Sofia Warren’s belief in government was plummeting toward rock bottom. Demoralized and disillusioned, she tried making political donations, but nothing was “changing the landscape of my life all that much.”

From such a low view, though, sometimes you stop to appreciate what’s growing at the grass roots. And in her community four years ago, a

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