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Art & Entertainment,Art & Visual,Art & Culture,Art & Design,Digital Art PhotographyDigital Art Photography menggunakan Facebook. For one thing, shopping for art can be an incredible investment: it will last a lifetime (even longer, when you bequeath it to household and mates), and when you purchase the work of an emerging or mid-degree artist, you might even see a major enhance within the worth of the work at a future date. There are numerous collectors whose intent when buying artwork is to build up a group that can grow in cultural and financial worth as the artist gains notoriety.

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Celebrate Black History Month With These Free Virtual Events | Travel

Because of the Covid-19 pandemic, many museums and cultural institutions around the country are opting to shift their Black History Month line-ups for the month of February from in-person to online-only affairs. The result is a creative curation of art exhibitions, concerts, panel discussions and other events designed to celebrate, but safely through virtual means. Here are more than a dozen (free!) events to mark on your calendar.

Exhibitions

The National Museum of African American History and Culture in Washington, D.C., is hosting a comprehensive exhibition focused on the life of Pauli Murray, a Civil Rights activist who was also

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Manhattan Beach: Water Is Life Art Contest For Kids Grades 3-12

MANHATTAN BEACH, CA — Students in grades 3-12 can participate in West Basin Municipal Water District’s 2021 Water is Life student art contest that launched today.

The annual art contest, intended to foster student creativity and innovation, asks student artists to be creative and inspire their communities to support water

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Congo Rising Sets Assassinated Leader Patrice Lumumba Film

U.S.-based production company Congo Rising is preparing “Patrice Lumumba,” a film on the life of the Congolese leader who was assassinated in 1961.

Lumumba, the leader of the Congolese National Movement party, was instrumental in securing Congo’s independence from Belgium and became the new republic’s first Prime Minister in 1960. However, after a a political struggle that involved the Belgian government, the U.N., Soviet Union and the U.S., Lumumba was deposed within a few months of his assuming power and was subsequently executed in 1961.

Lumumba was held in great esteem by top U.S. civil rights leaders as Dr. Martin

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