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‘It felt like he had been seen’: Edmonton continuing care residents captured in portraits by staff member image
‘It felt like he had been seen’: Edmonton continuing care residents captured in portraits by staff member image
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An artist sees residents at the Edmonton General Continuing Care Centre through a unique perspective. Continue reading →



New Bitcoin Quest Contest Gives People a Chance to Locate Crypto Seeds Hidden in Pictures image
New Bitcoin Quest Contest Gives People a Chance to Locate Crypto Seeds Hidden in Pictures image
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There’s an online-sleuthing contest starting on January 21st called “Bitcoin Quest,” where individuals can leverage their crypto-analytical skills to hunt for mnemonic bitcoin seed phrases hidden in artwork. Winners who drain the artwork’s crypto hol...



‘The Aids epidemic is not yet over’: inside a project with a vital message | Art image
‘The Aids epidemic is not yet over’: inside a project with a vital message | Art image
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“Hey Hey! Ho Ho! Homophobia has got to go!” This was a chant from New York’s ACT-UP demonstration in 1989. Now the audio clip of this protest will echo throughout Greenwich Village in the coming month. It’s part of Hear Me: Voices of the Epidemic, an...



Pavement Picassos: the locked-down artists showing work in their windows | Art and design image
Pavement Picassos: the locked-down artists showing work in their windows | Art and design image
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It is not a good time for art lovers. The second lockdown has closed galleries once more – I’m imagining portraits waiting moodily in the National Gallery in London to be admired again; Van Gogh’s sunflowers wilting further – and so it is not a good...



Nursing home residents knit Remembrance Day poppy display: ‘We must always remember’ – Halifax image
Nursing home residents knit Remembrance Day poppy display: ‘We must always remember’ – Halifax image
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Remembrance Day has always been meaningful to 89-year-old Evelyn Graves. “I always went to the cenotaph and took my children, as long as I was able to do that,” she tells Global News. “I’ve had a lot of family involved in the military, and I have a s...



Election night in New York City: anxiety, uncertainty and empty streets | Art and design image
Election night in New York City: anxiety, uncertainty and empty streets | Art and design image
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New York City prepared for the final act of the most consequential election in a generation on Tuesday. There was reason to worry. During the city’s 10 days of early voting, many of the 1.1 million New Yorkers were forced to spend large parts of the...



Young minds, wise visions: art helps children to make sense of coronavirus lockdown | Art and design image
Young minds, wise visions: art helps children to make sense of coronavirus lockdown | Art and design image
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A is for Annoyed, B is for Bored and C is for Confused: an alphabet of lockdown feelings created by Rivers, a 14-year-old from Gateshead, is just one of a dazzling range of 200 responses from young people to the Covid-19 crisis to be launched online...