“TRIBES”: A celebration of Native American Art with a message to inspire!

April 20th, 2014 — 6:46am

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Ten year old Fulham girl begins her very own photography business

April 1st, 2014 — 4:19pm

Some magnificent colorful spring snaps in Fulham Chronicle paper pepped up a ten year old budding photographer to begin her very own greetings cards business. Well, the businesswomen named Mia Lapwood goes to the Fulham Prep. She has made floral themed greetings cards that she sells on her whole new site.

Matt Grayson, the photographer for the Fulham Chronicle took some magnificent snaps of spring blossoms that forced Mia think that this type of snaps was just more than good for selling purpose. To get this type of snaps, she required a new zoom lense. Continue reading »

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NATIVE ART by Ilio Volante – Centro Profesional de Musica de Tarazona

March 23rd, 2014 — 12:32am

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隆雪華堂9o週年堂慶之巴生縣區晚宴

February 22nd, 2014 — 7:11pm

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BAIT x OTWS presents “California Native” Art Show

January 25th, 2014 — 1:18pm

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Photography class for vision impaired people

January 20th, 2014 — 9:26am

Adua Merola-Rosso, vision impaired since birth, never thought that she could be classified among photographers. That all altered when she participated in a photography workshop previous month at the Brunswick Neighbourhood House.

The forty seven year old Coburg resident told that she is an adventurous type. She is able to distinguish light from dark but she could not distinguish features and faces. She never thought that she would get this scope. She has never been able to take snaps before.

The workshop was targeted at those who found it tough to access the arts, like disabled, seniors, vision-impaired and the blind.
Ms Dionysus stated that the workshop participants’ snaps were amazing. The spirit which came bursting out during the course was very powerful. The low vision and blind participants used feel, memory and touch to frame their snaps, touching their subject, and then taking few steps backwards with the camera. The 2 day course was funded by Moreland Council, with an exhibit of the best snaps planned at a time yet to be finalized.

In the mean time, Photography Department of the Randolph Community College would present their next Jerry Howell Lecture Series on 21st January, Tuesday, hosting Pulitzer Prize-winning photographer Matthew Lewis, the Pulitzer Prize-winning photographer. Mathew would speak from 7 pm to 9 pm at the Photography Imaging Center in the Asheboro Campus in Industrial Park Ave.

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Delhi school organises fest to familiarise kids with Indian culture

December 28th, 2013 — 6:49am

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