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Universal Language: Yiğit Dündar's Art on the Human Body

A graduate of Yeditepe University in Istanbul, Yiğit Dündar paints dreamy male and female figures that are – often partially – covered by flowing fabrics. The bodies appear to freely – and beautifully – fly in the air or swim in water. 234 more words


What can you do?

“My fellow Americans, ask not what your country can do for you, ask what you can do for your country.” – John F. Kennedy

Once the marches are over – the real work begins. 434 more words


When the best leader's work is done, the people will say, 'we did it ourselves.'

In 2015, I rejoined the Leadership Institute as a Graduate Student charged with the mission to coordinate leadership programs. This meant I would work with undergraduate student coordinators who would help build and implement leadership programs for students all across CMU’s campus. 721 more words


Alexander Gurevich: Royal Theatres, Fortune Tellers...Sewing Machines

Suggestive of old Orthodox iconography, early Netherlandish painting and a little bit of Cubism, the art of Jerusalem-based painter Alexander Gurevich ranges from the colourfully ostentatious (royal theatres, feasts) to the absolutely mundane (sewing machines, teabags). 239 more words


Making It Through Creative Limbo

January is here and I am baffled. Where is the excitement I usually feel?

I like to spend January getting excited about what’s next. I had planned on returning to my novel. 481 more words

Kit Dunsmore Writer