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Durrell Nelson (left) and Michael Torres teach a screenwriting course for film arts students (Photos by Ross Kohl) Creating movie or TV scripts as a Christian should be more than just setting an intention and an obstacle, inventing characters, and letting the page fill with text. When Christians create through their faith, using their God-given …

The future food calendar looks bright, doesn’t it? Although we feature events happening in the same week, our post comes out in the Night & Day section, here in ATE DAY8, we like to plan ahead. Check your calendar and prepare to make reservations because here are eight events you can tackle in the not-too-distant …

By Mike Cook The exhibition “Four Sites of Return: Ritual, Remembrance, Reparation & Reclamation” by artist Nikesha Breeze and “Remembered Landscapes: The Sacred Space of Home” by artist Jackie Mitchell Edwards will be presented during the museum’s grand reopening of university art. at New Mexico State University, said UAM director Marisa Sage. Exhibits open at …

Ritratt: Infrastructure Malta Tista ‘taqra bil- Malta. A collaboration between the MCAST Institute for the Creative Arts and Infrastructure Malta has enabled the establishment of an open-air gallery on the ring road of Marsa-Ħamrun to serve as an exhibition space for the students of the institute. Currently on display is a series of photos named …

Earlier this year, I read Walter Isaacson’s “Leonardo da Vinci”, which is a biography of – you guessed it – Leonardo da Vinci. It was a really fascinating read for me, and so, since this is my blog and I can post more or less what I want, I’ll share some thoughts on this with …

By Scott Schaefer When it snows like it did last week, Walter Cunningham, a Burien resident, “turns back into a child” – a kid who has great skills at carving amazing creatures out of white matter, like this Snow Grinch who ‘he recently created: Cunningham’s Snow Grinch is still standing, but is now melting quickly. …

The Associated Press writers select the best films of 2021: LINDSEY BAHR 1. “The lost girl”: There is an element of danger, real and theoretical, permeating every moment of Maggie Gyllenhaal’s electric adaptation of Elena Ferrante’s novel. Despite the idyllic Greek seaside setting and intoxicating premise of a solo vacation, unease hangs oppressively as we …

Kristi Kuder sits in her studio, surrounded by her works. (Elizabeth Vierkant / Perham Focus) Kuder, whose preferred medium is fiber, has been drawn to creation from a young age. Although she didn’t always know she would be an artist, her mother taught her to knit from a young age. For this reason, fiber and …

Imagine if Riot Games asked you to introduce the main characters of their upcoming Netflix series, “Arcane,” to a global audience. But not like a TikTok art, poem, or dance – like a chocolate bar. Now imagine that instead of letting you watch the whole series for inspiration, you only have a few short scenes. …

Computational thinking, a set of mental and cognitive tools applied to problem solving, is a foundational skill that we all rely on (and not just computer scientists). Educators have found that computational thinking improves learning in a range of subjects and strengthens students’ abilities in reading, writing, and arithmetic. Teaching Computational Thinking by Maureen D. …