Polly Roberts, World Arts and Cultures Professor and Consulting Curator of African Art at LACMA, discusses her career trajectory and advice for students interested in museum work.
In collaboration with the Project ARTS initiative, the SCA Education Team presents: But What Are You Going to Do with that Degree?
This would open you up to potential dates on both ends of the spectrum. Everyone in the world has a particular attitude, an original personality.
How could one mold him or her to be able to open them up to fit all of them, or even a majority? However, there is a way to make you more approachable to all of them. You have to be able to take a look at the potential date and glean a great amount of information from them at a glance.
Also use this with anyone you see who appeals to you.___Adventurous/risk taker - high prominent cheekbones, cleft in chin___Emotional - large eyes (little white area), turned up nose___Possessive - ears stick out___Romantic - dimple in chin___Competitive - wide face, strong jaw & chin___Critical - eyes slant down___Friendly/Informal - low set eye brows, large ears___Sensuous - full lips, bedroom eyes, eyes that slant up___Playful - dimples in one or both cheeks, dimple in chin___Moody - the left and right sides of the face are opposites___Quiet/Reserved - deep set eyes, small iris, small mouth___Sexy - full lips, lower eye lid droops, thin lines under eyes and near the temples, large dark eyes, large upper lid___Dominant - high domed forehead, pointed chin___Impatient - eyes are very close together___Generous - full lips, round nostrils or wide flared nostrils___Dependable - wide nose wings___Creative - dome forehead, round nose tip, curved eyebrows, round head___Intellect - thin face, large forehead, small jaw & chin___Suspicious - crooked mouth___Violent - whites under both irises One last thing you need to do it, get a mirror. As you are looking at yourself, look at your prospective date. The more facial features you have in common, the more compatible you are. Face Reading (physiognomy) is an ancient science that reveals the personality and destiny of everyone.
What you think about most of the time shows up on your face. Both Http://juble.com/ & Kathy Thompson are contributors for Editorial Today.
Transmutation was the word that came to mind the first time I saw milliner Sahar Freemantle's Magpie inspired Ugly Lovely collection.
A narrative of claws, animal horns, feathers, shredded snake skin, fossilized beetles, dried butterflies, bird skulls, etc, gave me the impression that if I wore one of her ingenious creations, I could morph into this intelligent bird.
Look at the way they dress, walk, stand, and style themselves.
Once you see all this and put the equation together you can figure out an approach by using a similar viewpoint, as these individuals would have. This is a fairly in-depth process, but can be summed up adequately in a short amount of space.
a documentary series that explores […] Allyson Adams The audience enters the parking lot of Electric Lodge in Venice to see a dancer unraveling tape with his feet. I remember measuring the ribbon for ballet shoes, the size of the volleyball court, the size of the dance floor– what is he exacting?
The […] Colleen Hamilton-Lecky ’18 For centuries, art has been used as a tool for resistance.
To do this, you have to make yourself desirable to an extreme. Make the job easier on them and inevitably they will become bold enough to ask you out. If you're on line looking for a date, here's a secret way to determine if you really want to date them.