Happy Art Tuesday! Check out this amazing portrait, "Snow Time," by Rashmili Vemula. Looking from edition to edition, portraits run the spectrum in Kids in Print--serious, silly, mysterious and defiant. These portraits tell us something about how you see the world.
What are you waiting for? Take a photo, create a collage or start sketching. It might be your portrait staring out from the pages of Kids in Print 2015.
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Happy Poetry Friday! (It's a flashback Friday as well.)
Today, I am sharing a clever photo and a hopeful poem from Kids in Print 2009 for your Labor Day Weekend.
Take a long look. Get inspired. We want to see what you see. We want to hear your story.
The deadline for Kids in Print 2015 is only 2 months away...Go for it!
Promise is golden
Hope is divine
Love is magic
Happiness is bright
Knowing that there’s more
It's our first official Art Tuesday. Today, I looked back in our Kids in Print archives to find this wonderful photo, "A River View" by Luke Porter. From garden spiders to giraffes, the photography in our literary magazine runs the spectrum. I have seen the mundane (a drinking fountain spout) transformed into the mysterious, a sunflower share a surprise and the wonder of trees revealed.
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