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Baran: The Young Voice of Environmental and Cultural Change
Ten-year-old Baran Fateminejad is a remarkable young environmental and tourism activist from Kermanshah, using his art and literature to advocate for environmental conservation. Recognized internationally, including a nomination for the ISCA 2023 award, Baran symbolizes the power of youth in shaping a sustainable future.
Through Innocent Eyes: Unraveling the Stories in Nilya Mirrezai's Drawings
Nilya Sadat Mirrezai, an eleven-year-old artist, captivates with her vibrant and symbolically rich drawings that range from themes of technological resilience to mythical storytelling. Her work, imbued with a mature insight, showcases the universality of human experience through the imaginative lens of childhood. Mirrezai's art is a testament...
Navigating the Art World: A Beginner's Guide to Getting Published
In this article, we're going to explore the exciting world of art publication opportunities, why they matter, where to find them, and how to prepare your materials to make the best impression possible.
Samuel Odhiambo: Picturing Humanity Through Charcoal and Graphite
Charcoal and graphite are traditionally associated with preliminary sketches or studies. Yet, Samuel Odhiambo, a proud alumnus of Mariwa Mixed High School's class of 2020, transforms these humble materials into a profound medium of expression. They lend a raw, unfiltered quality to his work, making the emotions portrayed on the canvas feel almost palpable.