Daily Archive: February 7, 2021

Zara Larsson’s new album is inspired by Swedish pop legends ABBA | People



Zara Larsson's new album is inspired by Swedish pop legends ABBA

Zara Larsson’s upcoming album, ‘Poster Girl’, is inspired by Swedish pop legends ABBA.

The ‘WOW’ singer is set to release her third studio record on March 5, and she’s revealed she embraced her Swedish roots and was inspired by the artists she used to listen to for “escapism” growing up.

She said: “I’ve really been inspired by Swedish pop legends like ABBA, Roxette, Robyn – I’ve definitely been proud of my pop heritage.

“One thing I realized is that, for me, pop has always been a form of escapism. Now we got Tik Tok, we got Instagram, and algorithms that

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6 ways to help kids express their feelings about the coronavirus pandemic through art

The COVID-19 pandemic has affected children’s worlds in many ways. Due to closures and restrictions, they have experienced the loss of social engagement and the support of friends, school communities or extended family. Children have likely had conversations about the virus and what they can do to stay safer, and they may be exposed to news stories about COVID-19.

Children are impacted by the pervasive mood of their family around them. Change is inevitable throughout life, and children experience change differently depending on a number of developmental, biological and relational variables.

Childhood is often fraught with varying levels of

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West Springfield teen’s art featured on buildings across America

WEST SPRINGFIELD, MA (WGGB/WSHM) — During troubling times, a local teenager shared an inspiring message through his artwork, which led to the work being displayed at the nation’s capital in the days leading up to the inauguration and in other major cities nationwide.

West Springfield teen’s art featured on buildings across America

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Queer artists of color dominate 2021’s must-see LGBTQ art shows

As the world’s top art museums strive — like everyone — to return to some sense of normalcy after a year of pandemic-induced chaos, an exciting new landscape of LGBTQ-themed art shows has begun to unfold for 2021, one in which queer artists of color are perhaps better represented than they’ve ever been before.

From emerging talents like Naima Green, Salman Toor and Shikeith to more established artists like Zanele Muholi, Julie Mehretu and Laura Aguilar, Black and brown voices are headlining a bold lineup of global exhibitions by queer artists in the coming months.

Here are the top current

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