bilingual, En español, history, writing

March 2023 Poetry Challenge

In honor of International Women’s Day and Women’s History Month, let’s write a poem about a woman we admire. (Thanks to Devang for suggesting this theme!) She can be a heroine from daily life; mother, spouse, friend or family. She can be someone whose work we’ve admired from afar. You can choose someone who’s passed […]

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Architecture, Art, history, photography

Whatsoever is Lovely: Sculpture

Great outing at the Madison Chazen Museum today. We viewed sculpture from the second century to the twenty-first century. The second century pieces were of the Buddha. The modern sculptures ranged from a jackrabbit to an abstract geometric metal Calder piece. I’ll share here three contemporary art pieces I liked; made of metal, wood and […]

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