Indigenous Art

22 Jan 19
Spotlight on Victorian Remnants

Lake Learmonth is very close to being dry again and fairy grass seed heads are starting to float around so take a drive to see the patterns and textures of vegetation on the dry lake bed. A few years ago the City of Ballarat worked with the community on a gateway project and walking path […]

22 Jan 19
HAMA Association

It is 1879. The British Empire, while larger than any of its contemporaries, and the largest it had ever been to date, was still expanding. Queen Victoria ruled colonies on every continent.  The British Raj had been instituted barely 20 years prior, and the Scramble for Africa had not yet begun. Britain’s holdings in South […]

22 Jan 19
World Site News

In partnership withWritten by Mark HortonMark Horton is a professor of archeology at the University of Bristol, UK. The opinions expressed in this commentary are his own.CNN is showcasing the work of The Conversation, a collaboration between journalists and academics to provide news analysis and commentary. The content is produced solely by The Conversation.European museums…

22 Jan 19
nineteenquestions

Interviewed by Artemis Saatchi Educator, writer, and debut-author Tanya Boteju was born and raised in Victoria, BC. She moved to Vancouver to attend the University of British Columbia, and then never left. She completed her Bachelor of Arts degree in English at UBC, then her Bachelor of Education immediately after. She has been teaching English […]

22 Jan 19
National Post

Trump’s shutdown solution hangs in limbo WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump’s proposal to break through the budget deadlock appeared to be gaining little traction Monday, as another missed paycheque loomed for hundreds of thousands of workers and the partial federal shutdown stretched into its fifth week. Despite the fanfare of the president’s announcement and […]

22 Jan 19
Repeating Islands

A report from  The Stabroek News. He grew up in an artistic family, so it was no surprise that Stanwyck E Cromwell chose the world of art in which to immerse himself, but the journey has been far from smooth, as his move to United States immediately taught him that he needed to expand his creativity […]

22 Jan 19
Travelgal on the move

Dating back to the Old West era, Denver is definitely oh, so 21st century. Denver, the capital of Colorado, features landmark 19th-century buildings, museums that include the Denver Art Museum, an ultramodern complex known for its collection of indigenous works, and the mansion of famed Titanic survivor Molly Brown. Denver is also a jumping-off point […]

22 Jan 19
Davao in a Day

On November 23, 2018 Christian School of Polomolok conducte a Fieldtrip we out 4:48am in school fare of 4 van. About 7:15am time depature in Statue of David Go out time of Statue of David. David known a revolutionary interpretation of Biblical Hero. David a young shepherd, only accepts the challenge between Goliath. Goliath fight […]

22 Jan 19
Relatively Entertaining

E:  You guys know I love this awards stuff, but I have to say, I’m starting to get really annoyed by some of it.  Why do some movies catch the fancy of awards-giving bodies (critics or guilds) and why do others fade into oblivion?  This year’s crop of films is particularly vexing by that standard.  […]

22 Jan 19
Media Arts Theory & Practice 2019

As Donna Haraway would affirm and re-affirm, thinking-with concepts of universal determinants of identity or rigid orders of being is hardly palatable, bearable, or feasible any longer for the contemporary “subject.” The map of the autonomous individual in a world of impersonal others, valiantly dominating feral evils, has become irrevocably tangled, askant the well-worn trail, […]

22 Jan 19
The Infographics Show

In recent years, China’s aggressive expansion of its military presence on disputed South China Sea territories has highlighted for the nation’s leadership the necessity for a ‘blue water’, or ocean-going, navy. As the cornerstone of any modern naval force, the Chinese turned their ambition towards developing a homegrown aircraft carrier- now, nearly a decade after […]

22 Jan 19
B STREET

January 19th marked the day of Stockton’s first Women’s March, just days away from Martin Luther King Jr Day. The march was organized by the Stockton Younger Women’s Task Force and the Owl Movement, local women led non-profit organizations.  Participants met at Eden Park on El Dorado street at 9:00 am with Beyoncé’s “Run the […]