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Ever wanted to touch the art in a museum? Artists like these fellows are encouraging all of us to! Here's a touching story about the power that tactile art can have across many communities.Read MoreWhat if Art Was Meant to be Touched?
Maps are just maps… right? Just pictures of the world that show oceans and land; countries and states. That’s what you’d think, but as it turns out, maps can show us a whole lot more than that. What if a map didn’t just show us borders and countries, but things that made our homes, our states, the places we love so unique and special?Read MoreBeyond Borders, What Connects Us? This Hand-Drawn Map of North America Shows Us
From ants with two butts to the weird and wonderful world of bird mating dances, there’s a lot of strange things going on in the natural world. This cartoonist is on a mission to make science approachable using a new medium: comics.Read MoreThe Key to Learning? Make it Fun! Nature Comics with Rosemary Mosco
Let's think big about the possibilities of materials we encounter every day! Playing with light, transparency, and dimension, Swiss artist Simon Berger creates stunning portraits with nothing but a pane of glass and a hammer. His work shows us that whether it's by recycling, creating art, or just reusing, everything can be repurposed.Read MoreShattered Glass Portraits Highlight Beauty in What’s Broken
If you've ever felt stuck, held back, or like you just couldn't make sense of the task in front of you, here's an interesting place to start: your limitations. Using your obstacles for inspiration is just what chalk artist David Zinn does when he needs to break through his creative block. His story proves that perhaps, your roadblocks could be just what you need to create something amazing.Read MoreObstacles Can Be Inspiration—Just Look at This Chalk Artist!
Have you ever noticed that the fastest way to connect with someone is to show them your soft side? We’re hatching a new “normal” with help from a lazy little egg yolk that has captivated the hearts of people around the world. Find out why we are obsessed with Gudetama!Read MoreHave You Met Gudetama? This Sad Egg Yolk is Bringing Big Smiles!
The ancient art of bonsai can teach you a lot about how to leave a legacy behind for generations to come. Whether or not you decide to take up your pruning sheers, bonsai master Chiako Yamamoto has some words of wisdom for you!Read MoreA Bonsai Master’s Perspective on the Legacy You’re Leaving Behind
How can a hotel support the art and culture of a community? When it comes to doing good business that's good for the world, Skwachàys Lodge has created a model for supporting Indigenous artists while giving people a world-class vacation in Vancouver!Read MoreHow a Vancouver Hotel Is Supporting First Nations Artists
For the 2022 USA Special Olympics Games, organizers wanted to create a logo that truly represented the spirit of their organization. So, they did something that had never been done before: turn to their athletes for their expertise! Here's what happened.Read MoreThe Amazing Artists of the Special Olympics!
How can we spread joy with our work? Certainly, the answer is unique to each of us, but sometimes we need a little inspiration to get ourselves started. So let us introduce you to one of those sources of inspiration, Shari Kadar.Read MoreThe Artist Who Brought the World Joy One Egg at a Time
Creative Growth is a space where artists can hone their crafts, express themselves, and share their work with the public. This is one nonprofit making us rethink where our community focus actually is.Read MoreCreative Growth Art Center: Where Artists with Disabilities Thrive
How can painting with toxic sludge save rivers? Two professors at Ohio University are teaming up to combine art and science to conserve and protect polluted waterways!Read MoreSaving Rivers by Turning Toxins Into Art!
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