The Benefits of Necessary Online Business Artwork

The Benefits of Necessary Online Business Artwork

Business Art- Art is one of the fields that are in great demand by the public. Many people use art as a livelihood to earn income. Because quality art has a high value to be enjoyed. For example, a painting. Someone who has a high artistic spirit and understands the paintings will definitely buy the work even at a high price. This is because he knows the beauty and the message contained in it.

Not only about painting, but art also has a wide scope. These works of art include creations or scratches from the human hand that can be made into high-value products. With these high-value products, the artwork will be worth selling. Along with the increasingly sophisticated technology, being able to promote or market the products of these works of art is also very easy. And the simplest way is to market it online. In this way, these works of art are called online business art.

This online business art has various benefits that can benefit the creators … Read More

How to introduce art to children

How to introduce art to children

There are various ways to introduce the world of art to children from an early age. This introduction activity can be done while taking a leisurely stroll with your little one.

Here are some ways to introduce art to children that parents can do.


Drawing is the easiest art activity for parents to introduce to their children.

Father and mother need to prepare drawing tools, coloring tools, and media for drawing.

Then, give an explanation of the name and each use of the drawing tool. After that, mom and dad can give an example of how to draw and let the children follow.

At first, your child may need guidance on how to move a pencil or crayon.

However, after that, let the child draw with his own ability and draw whatever the child likes.

Start a conversation and praise the child when he has finished the drawing.

Mom and dad can say, “Wow, what is this picture? Good, yes.” Through praise, children will feel appreciated by their parents.… Read More

The 4 Most Famous Handicrafts of West Java

The 4 Most Famous Handicrafts of West Java

CRAFTS- Handicrafts or also called craft arts are crafts made by hand. The result of this craft has two functions, namely function of usability and also the function of aesthetics.

The more beautiful and complicated the manufacturing process, the more expensive it will be. Every region in Indonesia has handicrafts with its own uniqueness.

The following are handicraft products originating from West Java.

1. Umbrella Geulis

Umbrella geulis is a typical souvenir from the Tasikmalaya area. In traditional art events in West Java, people use this umbrella to decorate the room. Even in 1926, much Dutch noni used this umbrella.

Geulis in Sundanese means “beautiful” so geulis umbrella means beautiful umbrella. Geulis umbrellas are made of patterned paper and cloth. The motifs are divided into two types, namely geometric and non-geometric motifs.

The geometric motifs that stand out are straight, curved, and broken lines. While non-geometric motifs highlight images such as humans, plants, or humans. The frame of this umbrella is made of bamboo.

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Economic power of Vermont Arts and Culture assessed

MONTPELIER—Vermont is participating in one of the nation’s largest studies to gauge the economic power of the nonprofit arts and culture industry, and it needs audience input.

The national study, Arts & Economic Prosperity 6 (AEP6), is the sixth national study of its kind and is administered by Americans for the Arts. Conducted about every five years, the study measures the economic impact of spending on employment, government revenue, and household income related to the nonprofit arts and culture industry. AEP6 involves 387 participating communities representing all 50 states and the District of Columbia.

Now through April 2023, Vermont audiences attending select in-person arts and cultural events, performances, and exhibits will be asked to take a brief electronic survey, either on their own smart device or using a venue-provided device. Survey questions will ask about event-related spending and attitudes toward the cultural event.

Vital anchors for many of Vermont’s communities, arts, culture, and other creative enterprises are key economic drivers. In 2019, arts and culture alone contributed $1.1 billion to

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Elon University / Today at Elon / Lindenman, Lake awarded N.C. Humanities grant for Power and Place Collaborative

The $3,500 grant will support the Power and Place Collaborative that is a partnership between the university, Burlington’s Mayco Bigelow Center, and the African American Cultural Arts and History Center.

Heather Lindenman, assistant professor of English, and Danielle Lake, director of Design Thinking, received $3,500 from North Carolina Humanities for their project, “Power and Place Intergenerational Storytelling Community Engagement Initiative.”

Heather Lindenman, assistant professor of English, and Danielle Lake, director of design thinking and associate professor

The Power and Place Collaborative seeks to cultivate participatory practices of community co-creation and storytelling. Grounded in a commitment to mutually beneficial community/university relationships, the collaborative is an evolving partnership between Elon University, the African American Cultural Arts & History Museum, and the Mayco Bigelow Community Center.

Collaborative members include Elon faculty Vanessa Drew-Branch and Sandy Marshall as well as the AACAHC Director Shineece Sellars and Mayco Bigelow North Park Center Director Bobbi Ruffin. During the past two years, faculty and courses from across Elon have been working with Lake on Power and Place

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