Dali, Salvador - The most renown surrealist. Also on this location. Hernandez, Sergio - Los Angeles artist who got his start as a cartoonist.
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See article on LatinHeat Entertainment. Japingka Gallery - A collection of Australian Aboriginal artists. Kahlo, Frida , Mexican Painter, A woman artist who suffered from polio. Also see here.
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Martinez, Mario - This is the website he calls Mars Perhaps that is because his art is out of this world. A Totally Cool Book About Numbers strives to dismiss the myth in the minds of students ages 8 and above that math and numbers are boring. Filled with fascinating facts, history, patterns, and examples from real life situations, this book engages students to start looking at how numbers are such a big part of the world around them.
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Kira loves to sing, but hates the stage her father has forced her on—the platform of the New York City subway, performing for money. With the help of a pet duck, a wisecracking friend, and a fiery choral conductor, the two find their own voices, themselves, and each other.
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To keep their circle in tact, Elaine and her students realize that their stricken classmate must maintain his schoolwork—for it is learning, they so believe, that is the essence of life. It is something we do until the day we die. Through forty years of writing, recording, teaching, and performing the stories of his Abnakik ancestors and other indigenous cultures, Bruchac has reminded readers of the vital relationships between people, animals and the land.
Part Native American and part European, once equally as skilled at varsity wrestling as he was at reciting Milton and Longfellow from memory, Bruchac grew up as a literal bridge between disparate cultures. The first book to focus specifically on his life as a writer— Ridge Road — shows how this cross-cultural existence changed his views of cultural ownership, responsibility to place, social justice, and ultimately led to a belief that well told stories can change the way we see and interact with our world.
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