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An artist made it, but... is it art?! - The Virginian-Pilot

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An artist made it, but... is it art?! The Virginian-Pilot That way of thinking dates to about 1913, the year French artist Marcel Duchamp made his first "readymade," composed of everyday objects to stress the conceptual value of a work of art.
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Modern Mythology and the Transmedia Revolution

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Peter Usagi: " The Power of Myth was one of the most popular TV series in the history of public television. In a series of six hour-long episodes, American mythologist Joseph Campbell peeled back the layers of mystery that had once shrouded our species ancient storytelling traditions" ...


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How Teachers Can Save Their Careers | LAProgressive.com

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The more I talk to teachers around the country, the more I am convinced that School Reformers and Government Officials are making a systematic effort to drive the best veteran teachers out of the profession, both to save money and destroy the historic memory of a time when teachers had real autonomy and input into decisions about pedagogy and curriculum.

 

The harassment and micromanagement such teachers experience is sometimes subtle, sometimes vicious, explicit and direct, but it is taking place in almost every school district in the country.

 

If you are such a teacher, and the harassment has not yet reached intolerable proportions, I have two pieces of advice for you:

 

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Public Art Project Invites People To Share Messages On The Moon - PSFK

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Interactive website lets you join a global community of artists with your doodles.

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MoMA | MoMA Courses Online

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MoMA | MoMA Courses Online ("Every child is an artist. The problem is how to remain an artist once we grow up" #PabloPicasso Make art at any age!
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Drawings of significant keys

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Beautiful Drawings by Artem Rhads Cheboha

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Artem Rhads Cheboha is a talented digital painter from Omsk, Russia who currently based in Saturn, Encelad. via 2 Illustration.

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40+ Awesome Examples of Cartoon illustration Art | Web Design Burn

40+ Awesome Examples of Cartoon illustration Art | Web Design Burn | Stuff I like | Scoop.it
Illustration is very big Genre of digital art which display visualization of characters in a drawing, painting, photograph.

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Extensive Ancient Underground Network Discovered From Scotland to Turkey | Ancient-Origins.net

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Archaeologists uncovered thousands of Stone Age underground tunnels, stretching across Europe from Scotland to Turkey, perplexing researchers as to their original purpose.

 

German archaeologist Dr Heinrich Kusch, in his book ‘Secrets of the Underground Door to an Ancient World’ revealed that tunnels were dug under literally hundreds of Neolithic settlements all over Europe and the fact that so many tunnels have survived 12,000 years indicates that the original network must have been huge.

 

'In Bavaria in Germany alone we have found 700metres of these underground tunnel networks. In Styria in Austria we have found 350metres,' he said. 'Across Europe there were thousands of them - from the north in Scotland down to the Mediterranean.

 

The tunnels are quite small, measuring only 70cm in width, which is just enough for a person to crawl through. In some places there are small rooms, storage chambers and seating areas.

 

The Stone Age was the first of the three-age system of archaeology, which divides human technological prehistory into three periods: The Stone Age, The Bronze Age, The Iron Age.

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Street Art Of The Day

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Street I Am's curator insight, November 14, 2013 9:46 AM

Finally someone with the guts enough to identify these galactically dangerous areas found right here on Earth.

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Ultimate to do list 2

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A Beauty Feature's curator insight, November 12, 2013 7:59 PM

I thnk I have ticked the same as well, just getting on with #2

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Street fighter game comic

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Street fighter game comic – continued
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