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Are you searching for a fun and unique art supply for your students? Look no further than tissue paper! This versatile material is soft and malleable and comes in a large variety of beautiful colors. Tissue paper is relatively inexpensive—no need to worry about breaking the art budget. You can even spot some at major […]
I missed both roundups for October and November so here's the December or quarter roundup. To get email notification to the monthly roundups, please subscribe to the newsletter. Books Watercolor Life: 40 Joy-Filled Lessons to Spark Your Creativity The Art of Apex Legends The Art of Maya and the Three The Best We Could Do: An Illustrated Memoir by Thi Bui GEDOKU: The Art of
THE AUDIENCE SAUNTERS into the theater, immersed in distracted chatter, half-consciously awaiting the dimming of the stage lights. But they stay on longer than expected. Upstage, barefoot, hands clasped behind his back and wearing a floral dress around his neck, Trajal Harrell has been watching this routine unfold from the start. With bemusement? Apprehension? Measured curiosity? Occasionally, he bends over to warmly greet an acquaintance parked up near the stage or pulls a tissue out of his pocket to wipe his runny nose. The performance has already begun, if unremarkably. Feeling the room,