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Nhu Xuan Hua is a Parisian photographer based in London. Her work embodies a visual language that is cross-disciplinary in its approach, reflecting her artistic practices that extend beyond photography into mixed-media and sculpture. Nhu Xuan’s world is always on the … Continue reading
– ARTIS loves all forms of life. But how should we see life? – Stumbled upon through the WePresent Lucky Dip, where creative stories are chosen at random. A nice surprise while waiting for your files to flash through the … Continue reading
There’s a new weekend destination in our country, a zoo-slash-theme-park called Wildlands. An Adventure Zoo. I visited with my son (11) and ofcourse, we were not the only ones. While waiting in an incredible complicated line, I noticed this statue. … Continue reading
This is a collage made by the youngest children in the school, the 4 and 5 year old art monkeys. It is done by 4 different artists and they were asked to make a zoo. It interesting to see which … Continue reading
After taking the test on the website of Musee d’Orsay, I now know which cat I am. If I were to be a cat, that is. Colonel Meouw. The magic was in the answers to eight questions. Here’s a few. … Continue reading
“(…) Time to wake up! Playing this song after a good night’s sleep or an afternoon nap will help young children get up bright-eyed and ready to go!” (from YouTube.)
This year’s youngest group in school -the 4 and 5-years old- have accomplished an incredible difficult task with such marvelous results: They were asked to visualize their favorite spot in winter. Think of the stress of choice! But they have … Continue reading