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32nd Chelsea International Fine Art Competition Is Accepting Entries! An Excellent Opportunity for Artists at Any Stage of Their Career February 1, 2017 The Chelsea International Fine Art Competition (CIFAC) opens February 1st. For the past 32 years, the CIFAC has provided artists with an invaluable opportunity to present their art in New York City and gain critical exposure in the international art world. With awards valued at $70,000 — including cash prizes, magazine profiles, PR opportunities, and an exhibition in New York City’s famed Chelsea art district— the CIFAC is one of the best resources available for artists looking for a way to take their career to the next level. Jurors with varied backgrounds in the art industry will be reviewing entries in search of great talent. Submit your work for an opportunity to expose your work to the New York and international art scene. The 32nd Chelsea International Fine Art Competition will be accepting entries from February 1–21, 2017, with results announced on March 20. To enter, please visit http://www.agora-gallery.com/competition/ or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our Culture Theory proudly presents "Ilik Xon", a fundraiser in support of our relatives taking action to stop the Dakota Access Pipeline. The art show will be held at Known Gallery in Los Angeles, we to so see you. Known Gallery
441 North Fairfax Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90036
PAALAM, Senator Miriam Defensor-Santiago, J.D. (June 15, 1945- September 29, 2016) Another brilliant and courageous star in the Philippines contemporary history leaves an amazing exemplary legacy. “Footprints on the sands of time” came to mind as all of the onlookers were in waiting burst into applauses at her arrival to pay homage at the wake. At the funeral cortège preparation, were amongst those present applauding the vessel, once containing this great giant. “We will always miss her intelligent discourse;” proffered the astute Senator colleague, Richard Gordon on her brilliance. Her courage prompted the present president of the Philippines, to observe, “We lost one of the guy good guys.” Respectfully, in agreement with his observation, please, reread Rizal’s introduction, “Noli Me Tangere.” It may have been Spain then, you draw your own conclusions, today 2016. He was a physician bound to the sacred oath, emerging from ancient Kemet, the Greeks ‘Aiguptos.’ “Do not Harm, above all.” For Miriam Defensor-Santiago, These respectful reflections are an extension of those flowers at her dignified resting place. In the dawn of Rizal’s Dapitan, she rose. This was not the street behind that Pontifical University, but in Rizal’s (Ateneo) exile, in Mindanao. Long unrecognized and/or acknowledged by so many contemporary scholars, his blessings was in disguise while in Mindanao. From a pristine turquoise blue ocean, her pointed observation ruffled so many feathers, because integrity spoke for the love of the people she served. She did not compromise the constitutional legacy of the nation, and thus, her people. Eduardo A. Cong, Poet and playwright, San Diego, CA. USA. September 29th, 2016 C'est l'Afrique noire inspirant.