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Bohemia Gallery Returns with Exhibition by Breast Cancer Survivor!

"Piano Dancer", pen and watercolor painting by Jeanne Azzopardi

The Jazz Series of watercolor paintings and drawings came to life following chemotherapy, 9 surgeries, the death of 3 loved ones within a 2 month period, and the end of a four year relationship due to the resulting depression. Although Jeannie holds 2 BS degrees, an MS and MDE, “Education and intelligence is, unfortunately, not a talisman against grief and despair.”

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Voices of Poverty

John Christer's Open Heart - Voices of Poverty

From “When Helping Hurts-How to alleviate poverty without hurting the poor and yourself” by Steve Corbett & Brian Fikkert “In the 1990s the World Bank, the premier public-sector institution trying to alleviate poverty in low-income countries, consulted with “the poor … Continue reading

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Art Therapy Meets Digital Art and Social Multimedia

In the 20th century, art therapy mirrored modern art movements and the media of the time period—drawing, painting, and sculpting. And just as digital means of expression, image manipulation, and social multimedia have permeated the early 21st century…

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Playing for Change: Music for a Change of Heart

I woke up this morning to the headline that many people who are unemployed have simply given up the search for a job. And last night, while inspired by Barrack Obama’s press conference on healthcare reform, I secretly wondered if what is so close wil…

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