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Artist Justin Brice Guariglia Works With NASA To Raise Awareness Of Rising Sea Levels

Multi-disciplinary artist Justin Brice Guariglia is the first artist to be embedded in a NASA mission. This collaboration is funded through private grants. Guariglia will be flying with the Oceans Melting Greenland (OMG) mission on flights through 2020. OMG is studying the degree to which warm, salinated Atlantic water is melting Greenland’s glaciers in order to better estimate sea level rising.
Legendary Women

Where Islam Meets Hip-Hop: a Conversation with Amirah Sackett of “We’re Muslim, Don’t Panic”

“Strong, beautiful and powerful,” — that’s how Amirah Sackett wants to portray Muslim women through dance, choreography and teaching. She’s well-known for choreographing the work of the “We’re Muslim, Don’t Panic,” (WMDP) dance group. This dance trio explores and embodies Sackett’s female Muslim-American identity by paring traditional Muslim attire with Hip-Hop moves.
Fabulously Feminist Art

Looking into Priya's Mirror with Ram Devineni: a Comic Book Honoring Acid Attack Survivors

An Interview with Producer Ram Devineni "Priya’s Mirror is the second chapter in a comic series that blends real women’s stories of survival and perseverance with ancient mythological tales and delivers them in the accessible and colorful medium of a beautifully crafted comic book. The comic is offered freely and can be read and downloaded in English, Spanish, Italian, Portuguese, and Hindi..."
T E A L Magazine

The Woman Card Project: A Visual Celebration of Powerful Women

The Woman Card Project is a creative response to Donald Trump’s assertion during the 2016 U.S. presidential race that, “the only thing [Hillary Clinton’s] got going is the woman’s card.” Clinton’s campaign quickly released a woman card of their own for her supporters, which is no longer available for purchase. Maddy Kramer, Senior Art Director at VML Kansas City, came up with her own idea for a creative response celebrating women: an entire deck of cards honoring “important women (or more colloquially: Yas queens)...
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Developmental Art Stages: The Magical World of Children’s Visual Literacy

There are some general stages of drawing that many children pass through.  However, as you know, children (like grownups) are all unique and may not pass through all of these stages, or may do it out of order.  Many adult artists strive to recover the purity of their childhood drawings.  So that being said, this list is only meant as informative, not as an evaluation tool for children’s Art.  Let them make the way they make!
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