Another way to consider the change of face assignment. You can simply repost this link with your thoughts and comments on this video to satisfy the assignment.
The image above is of Medea. The artist Charles Coypel, (French 1694-1755)
As you can see facial expression are pretty much the same through human history.
This means that my comments about some of your posts cannot be seen until you, the blogger, okay them. That is why my comments are not showing up on some of the blogs.
Andrea, Thank you for posting this. Paris is now host to Global Meetings on Climate Change. What will come out of these meetings to prevent such devastation?
November 5th, the Brazilian coastline is now also affected by the pollution caused by the leakage of waste from mining.
The disaster first killed seven people and the five others disappeared. A town has been wiped off the map (Bento Rodrigues) in addition to the flooded villages.
And nearly 60 million liters of a mixture of earth, silica, iron residues, aluminum and manganese (the equivalent of 24 Olympic swimming pools, said the newspaper Folha de S. Paulo) spilled in the Rio Doce (freshwater river), the fifth largest river in Brazil. In few days, millions of fish died of asphyxiation and locals now call it on the river “Rio Morto” (Dead River). Surveys showed abnormally high levels of mercury a few kilometers from the disaster.Nowadays, more than 500,000 people are deprived of water for domestic and agricultural supplies, along the 850 km between Mariana and the Atlantic Ocean. In addition, nearly 600 people have…
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This is a collage titled Nativity by Maria Berrio currently on exhibition at El Museo del Barrio http://www.elmuseo.org/exhibitions/ will be ending on December 12th FYI.
Then there is Wangechi Mutu, born in Nairobi, Kenya she is one of the most important contemporary African artists in the US today. She lives in Brooklyn. She has begun a project Africa’s Out! http://wangechimutu.com/news/ Check out her website. She also had an exhibit at The Brooklyn Museum over a year ago https://www.brooklynmuseum.org/exhibitions/wangechi_mutu/