I was introduced to Art early at the “Rippowam High School” in Stamford Connecticut where students went through a very experimental curriculum named the ‘cluster’ program. This is where I met my greatest Art teacher; Mr. Blasio who changed my understanding of Art and the power of Thinking. I went on to continue my studies at the “School of Visual Arts” in New York City and also at the “Connecticut Institute of Art”. Today I love to use new ways in helping Art students rapidly understand how to draw the Human Figure from your mind using very experimental approaches in Artistic Thinking based on the ideas of Leonardo Da Vinci and Michelangelo. The lessons presented in these 227 videos contain 20 years of research and development into helping Artists rapidly understand the complex structure of Human Anatomy for creating Illustrations, Animations, Comic Books, Game Design, Manga, Clay Modeling, Character Design, Fashion Design and all areas of today’s Art fields.
By RivenPhoenix @ Hotmail Com
Book Club Appetizer is the snackable podcast to help you kick off your book club meetings or enhance your solo reading adventures. Every month, hosts Abbe and Emma—two book addicts from Read It Forward—select a tantalizing book that’s ripe for discussion, then recap the plot and characters, and invite the author into the studio for an interview and a brief reading.
By Read It Forward
A bi-monthly conversation on all things wellness, self-care and self-love, hosted by Black Girl In Om Founder and Creative Director Lauren Ash and Art Director Zakkiyyah Najeebah. Featuring a kaleidoscope of guests—from the leading wellness thought leaders, chefs, yoginis, innovators, and more—this show speaks directly from women of color to women of color to uplift and affirm.
By Lauren Ash and Zakkiyyah Najeebah
CBS Radio Mystery Theater (a.k.a. Radio Mystery Theater and Mystery Theater, sometimes abbreviated as CBSRMT) was a radio drama series created by Himan Brown that was broadcast on CBS Radio Network affiliates from 1974 to 1982, and later in the early 2000s was carried by the NPR satellite feed.
By Gary D.