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Colorado Springs artist's online course transports students to another country — no travel requiredYour browser indicates if you've visited this link
Kristy Kensinger's online art courses for adults transport her students to another country to explore, learn and make art — all without getting on a plane.
Asnuntuck Presents Its Student Art Exhibition OnlineYour browser indicates if you've visited this link
One of your neighbors posted in Schools. Click through to read what they have to say. (The views expressed in this post are the author's own.)
Roman Art and Archaeology: A Free Online Course from The University of ArizonaYour browser indicates if you've visited this link
From David Soren at The University of Arizona comes Roman Art and Archaeology, a course whose objective is 'to provide an overview of the culture of ancient Rome beginning about 1000 BCE and ending with the so-called Fall of Rome.
Pyramids of Giza: Ancient Egyptian Art and Archaeology-a Free Online Course from HarvardYour browser indicates if you've visited this link
From Harvard's Peter Der Manuelian comes Pyramids of Giza: Ancient Egyptian Art and Archaeology offered on the edX platform. Explore the archaeology, history, art, and hieroglyphs surrounding the famous Egyptian Pyramids at Giza.
Incoming art history professor Miriam Chusid reflects on Buddhist afterlives, art conservationYour browser indicates if you've visited this link
Giving a friend a ride to an after-school art program isn't how many of us expect to discover our major. For Miriam Chusid, it was that simple. After being persuaded
I tried this free online Harvard course on how to be persuasive, and every writer should take itYour browser indicates if you've visited this link
The Art of Persuasive Writing and Public Speaking has over 400,000 edX enrollments. Here's why this free course is worth taking.
Western Institute for Lifelong Learning offers online and in-person summer coursesYour browser indicates if you've visited this link
An array of courses is being offered this summer by the Western Institute for Lifelong Learning. WILL is providing up to 32 courses which include 14 courses on Zoom, seven outdoor courses, two excursions,
Best Bets: A quick guide to (mostly) online entertainment and virtual experiencesYour browser indicates if you've visited this link
This presents a continuing series of online activities to undertake on your computer or tablet during your quarantine quandary, as well as local in-person events as we emerge from the pandemic. • The Mount Soledad National Veterans Memorial will hold a Memorial Day tribute event at noon Monday,
The Met Changes CourseYour browser indicates if you've visited this link
A remarkably intimate documentary intended to chronicle the Metropolitan Museum of Art's 150th anniversary ends up filming one of the most challenging years of its history, from the inside.
New York Times
What's Behind The Blockchain-Based Art Boom?Your browser indicates if you've visited this link
From multi-million dollar art sales to short NBA video clips, non-fungible tokens have taken off as a way to license media in the digital realm. The blockchain-based tokens, which function as a certificate of ownership for purchasers,
The lost art of not having an opinion on everythingYour browser indicates if you've visited this link
"Believe it or not, your opinion on this topic is really not necessary," I commented. "Don't tell me that brainwashed you too, Watkins. SMH," he spat back. "Please don't tell me you bought into the whole slavery myth.
In Tulsa, a poet reflects on art's transformative powerYour browser indicates if you've visited this link
Can art truly bring healing? Our reporters explore the answers with an artist in Tulsa, Oklahoma, ahead of the centennial of the 1921 race massacre. This is an update to Part 3 of our podcast "Tulsa Rising.
'Art Against Imprisonment - From Palestine to the U.S.'Your browser indicates if you've visited this link
Virtual though it may be, this art exhibit featuring a broad spectrum of mediums from incarcerated and formerly incarcerated people from Palestine to the U.S., has the potential to touch, amaze, engage,
San Francisco Bay View
'I just wanted more challenging courses.' Tenoroc High School senior leaves a legacy of more rigorous classesYour browser indicates if you've visited this link
A slew of Advanced Placement classes found at other high schools were not offered at Tenoroc. Left out of the mix: Calculus, Computer Science Principles, Chemistry, English Literature, Macro Economics,
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The hidden history of 'guerrilla television': UChicago scholars preserve decades-old videosYour browser indicates if you've visited this link
Now, a consortium of University of Chicago scholars, librarians and partnering archivists and filmmakers will create the Guerrilla Television Network—preserving and presenting the history of guerrilla television to a much wider audience.
The University of Chicago Chronicle
Tee off at Elmhurst Art Museum's new artistic mini-golf courseYour browser indicates if you've visited this link
In a unique collision of recreation and art, the Elmhurst Art Museum joins forces with Colossal founder Christopher Jobson to curate two 9-hole golf courses made by artists Par Excellence Redux. The "Front 9" opens at the museum July 7 through Sept.
Mary Beth Edelson, Feminist Art Pioneer, Is Dead at 88Your browser indicates if you've visited this link
Her revision of "The Last Supper" was a defining image for the movement in the '70s, and her ritualistic performances would be an influence for decades.
New York Times
Going Dutch Festival, celebrating females in art, returns with live performances, workshops, visual exhibitionYour browser indicates if you've visited this link
The Going Dutch Festival, an annual celebration of the female in dance, music, theater and visual arts, runs June 2-12.
OPINION | ART ENGLISH: Brush with historyYour browser indicates if you've visited this link
Art English is professor emeritus in American government, Arkansas politics and constitutional law at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock.
With Art Basel Hong Kong and Eurovision in the same weekend, the global arts scene signals a returnYour browser indicates if you've visited this link
With two major events in the same weekend, the international arts scene signaled it has no intention of letting yet another year get canceled by Covid.
Things to do in Baltimore and online May 21 to May 27Your browser indicates if you've visited this link
Warmer weather and summer fast approaching means more events are opening. Let an outdoor theatre transport you back in time to an encampment of Viking warriors, listen to the experiences of Black Women through performance art or enjoy a tribute to legendary singer/songwriter Bob Dylan by local artists.
The Baltimore Sun
Filipino History, Culture And Contemporary Life Featured At Pagdiriwang Philippine FestivalYour browser indicates if you've visited this link
Pagdiriwang Philippine Festival, 1 p.m.-4:30 p.m., Saturday, June 5 and 1 p.m.-3:10 p.m., Sunday, June 6 at observes Philippine independence from colonial rule and the strength of Filipino identity and imagination through song,
'Perceive with Caution' showcases varied art, museum studies students' workYour browser indicates if you've visited this link
Merging Concepts VII," an exhibition developed, designed and installed by students in Ohio University's museum studies certificate program, is on display at the Kennedy Museum of Art until Sept. 5.
Savannah artist, SCAD grad talks centering Black people in her artYour browser indicates if you've visited this link
The first time I learned about dress codes was in elementary school. My school handbook stated what boys and girls couldn't wear and what would happen if you violated the dress code. The girls had a long list of rules to follow: Your shorts and skirts had to be fingertip-length.
Savannah Morning News on MSN.com
The History of Cryptocurrency: Bitcoin's Long, Strange Trip to Best-Performing Asset of the DecadeYour browser indicates if you've visited this link
Allow us to guide you through the history of Bitcoin, from its origins in the 1970s to its skyrocketing value today and uncertain future.
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George Floyd's death has sparked a new interest in black British history - from the Windrush ship to BLMYour browser indicates if you've visited this link
One year ago today, the world watched George Floyd die in nine minutes under the knee of a policeman. As a black Londoner, I remember watching the coverage on TV and feeling both outraged and saddened.
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BWW Interview: Candace Johnson of MUSIC TO MY EARS - HEARING ADOLPHUS HAILSTORK on MarshStream Shares Her Passion for Art Songs by Black ComposersYour browser indicates if you've visited this link
If, like me, you're not all that familiar with art songs by Black composers, Candace Johnson is here to show you what you've been missing out on. On May 22nd and 23rd, the acclaimed soprano and actress will perform her new show Music to My Ears - Hearing Adolphus Hailstork to kick off The Marsh's new solo performance musical series The Art Songs of Black Composers on its digital platform MarshStream.
Updated online performing arts offeringsYour browser indicates if you've visited this link
During the pandemic, an overwhelming number of arts institutions are regrouping and finding ways to keep going virtually. The following list reflects current online events and activities announced by DMV arts organizations.
DC Metro Theater Arts
Best Bets for the Break: A quick guide to online entertainment and virtual experiencesYour browser indicates if you've visited this link
The La Jolla Light presents this continuing series of online activities to undertake on your computer or tablet during your quarantine quandary. • The San Diego County Bicycle Coalition presents "City Cycling" at 6 p.
LA Jolla Light
Hospital dropping duPont name: Is this erasing Delaware history?Your browser indicates if you've visited this link
Nemours/ A.I. duPont Hospital for Children is being rebranded as Nemours Children's Hospital, Delaware. Is the du Pont name losing its cachet?
Delaware Online on MSN.com
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Are online degrees recognized?
Generally, any accredited degree offered by an institution of higher education certified as such within in a major country will be recognized as a valid degree. ... Online degrees are relatively new in higher education, and still evolving.
How can I join online school?
Students who are eager to pursue vocational careers, but don’t have the time to sit in a traditional classroom, can rest assured that their goals are still within reach. Online education at the career or vocational level is not only available, it is gaining traction among students who recognize the value of earning their education without sacrificing work, family obligations and more.
Does online certificate have value?
With the development of internet and technology, now you will find end number of online courses that offer many learning courses. Certificates and the online courses do have the values but that should be legal and recognized.
What are the benefits of online courses?
1. Career advancement and hobbies
2. Flexible schedule and environment
3. Lower costs and debts
4. Self-discipline and responsibility
5. More choice of course topics