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Keith in the lobby of his studio at the 2:30 mark!
Now online: complete 30-minute program includes time-lapse footage of Pop Shop ceiling installation
art by Snyder
ART IN THE STREETS
The Geffen Contemporary at MOCA, Los Angeles, CA
April 17, 2011 – August 8, 2011
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The HaringKids Lesson Plans database offers Teachers, Parents, Students, and Keith Haring fans alike, resources for enriching explorative lessons for all ages and fields of study.
We have gathered our lessons from education departments at Museums that have hosted Keith Haring exhibitions or have received funding from us for special projects, from some of our staff members and close affiliates of the Keith Haring Foundation, and finally, from visitors just like you, submitting their projects to us.
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Congratulations to the artists selected for the Whitney Biennial.
Photo: Keith at ’83 Biennial.
The Children’s Storefront is a tuition-free, independent school, serving students PK-8th grade in Harlem. Mentoring programs, enrichment activities and academic support offered by the Storefront all work together to develop each student’s strengths. The school works tirelessly each year to raise money for their annual budget.
The Storefront has entered a contest at Justmeans.com to receive a cash grant to put towards their budget. We would like you to join us in supporting the Storefront by voting on the Justmeans website. We are told that the registration information will not be used or distributed to third parties. Contest ends Dec 1st.
For more information about the school, please visit the Children’s Storefront website at: http://www.thechildrensstorefront.org/
To vote, please visit: http://www.justmeans.com/contestidea?ideaid=MTQ4
We fully support the Children’s Storefront and thank Justmeans and Liquidnet For Good for their efforts to allocate funds to deserving organizations.
One of the best things about a physical copy of a cookbook is the illustrations. From breaking down a duck to how to truss a roast, there are some things that make so much more sense when illustrated instead of explained.
Recipelook.co.uk blogs for visual learners with their drawn-out recipes, ranging from elementary (baking a potato) to avant-garde (Keith Haring pancakes). The site’s creators, Tom Ballhatchet andAmelie Labarthe, welcome submissions from those who can wrangle “a pan in one hand, and a pen in the other.”
I’m sending in the visual version of one of my favorite Mark Bittman recipes, Grilled Eggplant Salad with Yogurt. Send your entry to email@example.com.
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