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Master Internacional en Libros y Literatura Infantil y Juvenil

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Who is it for? This course is designed to meet the academic and research needs of International students who are Chemistry graduates and wish to further their academic career with a Masters in a Ch…

Who is it for? This course is designed to meet the academic and research needs of International students who are Chemistry graduates and wish to further their academic career with a Masters in a Ch…

Taylor Valley (2016 programme). Career after China: Masters in International Relations

Taylor Valley (2016 programme). Career after China: Masters in International Relations

Carlos Cruz-Diez  color, podemos observar una fisiocromia, como da superposición de colores da la ilusion de una amplia variedad de colores

Carlos Cruz-Diez color, podemos observar una fisiocromia, como da superposición de colores da la ilusion de una amplia variedad de colores

CREANDO Y GOZANDO – Elida Bentancor

CREANDO Y GOZANDO – Elida Bentancor

1975 - Stairway to Heaven.....This song means so much to me. It has helped me through a lot over the years. It means so many different things. As the lyrics go "You know sometimes words have two meanings."

1975 - Stairway to Heaven.....This song means so much to me. It has helped me through a lot over the years. It means so many different things. As the lyrics go "You know sometimes words have two meanings."

Richard MacDonald in his Monterey studio  Richard MacDonald (born 1946) is a California-based contemporary figurative artist known for his bronze sculptures.  Educated in painting and illustration, MacDonald was successful as a commercial illustrator until his late thirties, when a fire destroyed his studio, along with the accumulated works of his career as painter and illustrator. Subsequently, he began sculpting in earnest and within ten years.

Richard MacDonald in his Monterey studio Richard MacDonald (born 1946) is a California-based contemporary figurative artist known for his bronze sculptures. Educated in painting and illustration, MacDonald was successful as a commercial illustrator until his late thirties, when a fire destroyed his studio, along with the accumulated works of his career as painter and illustrator. Subsequently, he began sculpting in earnest and within ten years.

He is a master of texture; making much use of wax-resist and a combination of glossy, semi-matt and matt oxidized glazes on stoneware he creates richly coloured patterns resembling naturally occurring surfaces that might be seen through a telescope or a microscope. His forms are thrown and hand-built, often on a plinth in a complementary finish and colour.    Peter's work is widely acclaimed, has won many international awards and is found in numerous private and public collections.

He is a master of texture; making much use of wax-resist and a combination of glossy, semi-matt and matt oxidized glazes on stoneware he creates richly coloured patterns resembling naturally occurring surfaces that might be seen through a telescope or a microscope. His forms are thrown and hand-built, often on a plinth in a complementary finish and colour. Peter's work is widely acclaimed, has won many international awards and is found in numerous private and public collections.

© Olga Suvorova, "Annunciation" - Suvorova is a very well-known & internationally acclaimed Russian Master.    Olga was born in St. Petersburg, Russia in 1966. She studied monumental composition at the famous St. Petersburg Academy of Fine Arts. Her career has been greatly influenced by her parents, both highly praised artists in St. Petersburg.    Other sources of influence include Gustav Klimt, Piero Della Francesca, and traditional Russian icons.

© Olga Suvorova, "Annunciation" - Suvorova is a very well-known & internationally acclaimed Russian Master. Olga was born in St. Petersburg, Russia in 1966. She studied monumental composition at the famous St. Petersburg Academy of Fine Arts. Her career has been greatly influenced by her parents, both highly praised artists in St. Petersburg. Other sources of influence include Gustav Klimt, Piero Della Francesca, and traditional Russian icons.

Design thinking has failure as a learning tool as one of its central tenets. The approach, once used primarily in product design, is now infusing corporate culture.

Design thinking has failure as a learning tool as one of its central tenets. The approach, once used primarily in product design, is now infusing corporate culture.

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