SOMETHING GOOD: Florida youngsters pass their coronavirus break making sidewalk chalk art
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SOMETHING GOOD: Florida youngsters pass their coronavirus break making sidewalk chalk art

3 NOW TO SOMETHING GOOD— AS CORONAVIRUS PREVENTION MEASURES CONTINUE TO INTERRUPT DAILY LIFE, PEOPLE EVERYWHERE ARE ADJUSTING TO THE ‘NEW NORMAL.’REPORT. 3 AT: 0:20TO: 2:49DURATION:2:29 IN THE AGE OF CORONAVIRUS..KIDS, LIKE 9-YEAR-OLD TWINS ADDISON AND AIDAN…HAVE BEEN SPENDING A LOT OF TIME AT HOME ON THE COMPUTER STUDYING. “Ah nothing..I’m bored..” OLDER SISTER, KALEIGH, AN 8TH GRADER, IS CUT…

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Islamic Calligraphy (Mohammed Zakariya/National Library of Medicine, 1994)
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Islamic Calligraphy (Mohammed Zakariya/National Library of Medicine, 1994)

[Music] [Zakariya:] Writing basically consists of ordinary writing and calligraphic writing. Ordinary writing is what we normally use, it’s what everybody uses in their daily life. Calligraphic writing is a specialty of writing whereby the writing is made into an art form. There is ordinary writing. There is what we would call the scribal tradition of writing, which is existing…

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Art in Public Places, 1973 | From the Vaults

(gentle music) – [Russell Connor] It seems funny to say it, but long before there was an “art world” there was art in the world. For an artist in New York or any towering modern city it’s very difficult to catch the interest of the public, unless he designs billboards, gas stations, or giant hot dog stands. I happen to…

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