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Young artist creates unique figures and faces on a whim

Imagine creating whole art pieces on simply an impulse. That’s what Javier Duarte, or more commonly referred to by his artist name “Javi Du Art,” has been producing in a series of eight works he now calls his portrait paintings. 277 more words

Arts & Culture

The Armenian Genocide 100 Years Later

Today, people from around the world are marking the centennial of the Armenian genocide.

The Armenian Genocide was the mass extermination of more than 1 million Armenians in the Ottoman Empire during the second world war. 358 more words

Arts & Culture

Bruised lips, bruised dreams

Teenage girls have been desperately trying to get that plump pout a la Kylie Jenner but all they are ending up with is a fat lip. 127 more words

News

Concerts in the Garden Expands to Both Atlanta Botanical Garden Campuses

Concerts in the Garden returns this summer,with an expanded roster of performances slated for both the Atlanta Botanical Garden’s Midtown campus and their new Gainesville campus… 154 more words

Atlanta

Jean Fernandez, English, Presents at BMA and Everyman Theater

On April 11, Jean Fernandez, English, delivered a talk on Reading Chairs as a panelist for the Baltimore Museum of Art’s exhibition event “Ten Chairs.” The panel consists of a cross-disciplinary group of thinkers who addressed one of the chairs in the collection as seen though the eyes of their discipline. 65 more words

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CAMD professor writes “The Gameful World”

April 16, 2015 – The Huntington News

The word “gamification,” the use of game design in contexts other than entertainment games, started popping up in the world of academia in 2011. 821 more words

The Huntington News