The first thing you’ll probably notice about the exhibit is the art of Haiti is full of color – on the canvas, in the bead-adorned flags, and covering the paper machete pieces. But when you begin to really study the art, you take away something different.
“When you look into it," says Lorie Amick, "there’s an awful lot of really serious, heavy, sorrowful topics that are still depicted with these bright colors, which I find really fascinating.”
What's your game day routine? Whether you watch the Colts or Bears or another NFL team, you probably have some ritual of where you watch the game and with whom. Another important item is the food you eat.
Scott Hutcheson has some general rules about the perfect game-time snack.
One hundred years after the Titanic sank here is a close-up, contemporary – and slightly fictionalized - look at this most majestic state of the art of travel in pre war Europe. We still marvel at the Titanic’s story – and at the hubris of those who financed, built, and steered her on that maiden voyage. Here is the story of the people who built, financed, and traveled on her maiden, and last, voyage.
Five years in the making, over 70 artists around the world involved with its production. This is a book you must see! Sketchtravel is the visual tale of an artist’s sketch book that traveled for many years from artist to artist, from city to city, continent to continent.
Children WILL become avid lifelong readers Donalyn Miller writes, if we adults use some time-tested ways of encouraging them to read and are willing to think out-of-the-box and share our own love of reading with the children in our lives.
A sweeping portrait of a boy who became one of the most remembered of all Medieval European rulers and truly one of the key makers of modern Europe. Charlemagne is revealed as a much more complicated - and fascinating - man than many of us have pictured him.