Supported by Nice-based Syria.Art and iNGO World Vision, two adolescent girls just wrapped up a joint exhibition showing the power of art in overcoming trauma and difficult emotions.
The Lebanese-Italian poetess who writes in French is the current insider tip among lovers of belletristic literature. But she has other talents, too...
At the tail end of this exhausting year, we all crave a little balm on our aching souls. The recommendations of locally-made gifts on our coup-de-cœur list are exactly that.
The Penticton Art Gallery in British Columbia, Canada, is the inaugural venue of a traveling exhibition which shows that “You Are Not Alone”, not even in the midst of a pandemic
French author Sarasvati Devi’s new poetry and photo book explores the beauty of tranquility and the eloquence of silence