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[ad_1] Terri Lichlyter, participant of the “To Be At War” photography workshop, and Kerry Manneck, volunteer, affix portraits of soldiers, taken by Arin Yoon, facilitator of the “To Be At War” community photography project, along ‘a fence while helping to set up the April 21 outdoor art exhibit at Leavenworth Landing Park in Leavenworth. Photo …

[ad_1] Angelo Merendino’s latest portrait photo project is based on a simple question: “Why did you become a nurse? Nurses sacrifice a lot and devote immeasurable dedication to patient care. Thirteen years ago, Angelo Merendino, a Cleveland Magazine contributor, experienced their compassion when his first wife, Jennifer, began cancer treatment. His admiration only rose amid …

Online loans made accessible and convenient for Filipinos In times of uncertainty and emergency, it is always ideal to have financial sources available to meet immediate needs. Unfortunately for some, instant cash is not always available, with every peso in their finances already earmarked for specific expenses and day-to-day needs. With the advent of technology, …

[ad_1] Small businesses and startups often need loans to expand their businesses. But most of the time, they are not eligible to receive a line of credit from a bank. A short term loan is a valuable option in such cases so that you can meet the capital needs of your business. Individuals can also …

[ad_1] Ten years have passed since world-renowned American photographer Spencer Tunick first photographed more than 1,200 naked Israelis at the Dead Sea for draw attention to the environmental situation in the region. Tunick, and the man who brought him to Israel, American-born entrepreneur Ari Leon Fruchter, aimed to raise awareness of the proliferation of Dead …

[ad_1] By Craig Massey, Public Information / Media Relations An art exhibit inspired by Organ Mountain-Desert Peaks National Monument and the nearby ranches and farmlands opens at the New Mexico Farm & Ranch Heritage Museum (NMFRHM) on Friday, April 23. “Monumental Territory” will be on display in the museum’s arts corridor until the end of …

[ad_1] A new loan facility has been launched for SMEs. The business loan facility launched by Go Business Loans aims to help small businesses looking for a quick turnaround with short-term loans. Barry-based Go Commercial Loans will provide loans in the range of £ 2,500 to £ 20,000 to limited liability companies and limited liability …

[ad_1] An-My Lê (b. ​​1960), Fragment VII: Film Set (Free State of Jones), Firing Lesson, Chicot State Park, Louisiana, 2016, inkjet print. An-My Lê Courtesy of the artist and the Marian Goodman Gallery A new photography exhibit features re-enactments of the Vietnam War, soldiers in training and at work, the removal of Confederate statues, and …

[ad_1] LONGVIEW, Texas (KLTV) – A new photo exhibit and new book celebrate the diverse community of an east Texas city. Writer Gary Borders and photographer O. Rufus Lovett launched the “@ longviewTX150” project in the fall of 2018. “I went for a glass of wine,” Borders said. “And in the wet bar hangs this …

[ad_1] There is a long drawn out, hyper local joke shared between the communities of Farmington and Farmington Hills, says Lindsay Janoch, a local resident, where at times the lines between neighboring communities can seem a bit blurry. “We share things like the Arts Commission. We share a school district. I live in Farmington Hills …

[ad_1] When you look at Tim Tadder’s latest photographs, you wonder: “Are they real?” The characters appear to be mannequins and yet they are humans with paint on their heads. The vivid colors and striking compositions of Tadder’s new series of photographs, titled “Black is a Color,” create universal images and evoke emotions that we …