Nail art is the most versatile and latest fashion statement today. Printervention took place during two weeks in May 2015, and involved designs by ten VSA artists (Leon Baca, Stephanie Barbour, Jamy Cantrell, Christina Caraveo, Jesse Cruz, James Kreitinger Esteban Lujan, Mariah Maestas, Jessica Pinto and Adam Smith), assisted by seven students from the Tamarind Institute’s Professional Printer Training Program, who then processed and printed the lithography plates at Tamarind. Grocke, D., Bloch, S., & Castle, D. (2008). Is there a role for music therapy in the care of the severely mentally ill? Australasian Psychiatry, 16(6), 442-445. In partnership with Christie’s, a preview exhibition of the artworks on auction will be held on 11, 14 to 17 October, with the reception taking place on the evening of 14 October. Kindly register here to attend the preview reception. Online and absentee bidding begins on 11 October at 12:00pm HKT and ends on 2 November at approximately 11:00pm HKT. We specialize in kid’s party planning, school dance and events, and family birthdays and gatherings. We also work with organizations and benefit events. Our catering services specializes in Filipino Food but can cater to any other food dish upon request. We create unique invitations and party favors. We provide equipment rentals and set up for an affordable fee. The just over 100 drawings exhibited are usually kept in safe vaults, away from daylight that would destroy them. Some of the works are on loan from the Paul Getty Museum, the National Gallery of Art in Washington, the Staatliche Museen in Berlin, the Kunsthaus Zürich and the Museum of Fine Arts in Budapest as well as from some private collections. Vernooij-Dassen, M., Vasse, E., Zuidema, S., Cohen-Mansfield, J., & Moyle, W. (2010). Psychosocial interventions for dementia patients in long-term care. International Psychogeriatrics, 22(7), 1121-1128. Bakan, M.B., Koen, B., Kobylarz, F., Morgan, L., Goff, R., Kahn, S., & Bakan, M. (2008). Following Frank: Response-ability and the co-creation of culture in a medical ethnomusicology program for children on the autism spectrum. Ethnomusicology, 52(2), 163-202. John Marin: Modernism at Midcentury brings together nearly sixty paintings in oil and watercolor from the 1930s through 1953 that draw their inspiration from the coast of Maine and the architecture of Manhattan. Recognized as one of America’s foremost watercolorists since his early work was first championed by Alfred Stieglitz, John Marin (1870-1953) also took up oil painting during the last two decades of his career after a long hiatus. This re-engagement with oil was liberating, eventually yielding a more fluid, linear, and calligraphic style in his work in both media. Marin’s dynamic, evocative abstractions from this period were noted for their invention, singularity, and authority, and forecast aspects of Abstract Expressionism. More than half a century later, Marin’s work from his late phase emerges as his most daring, adventuresome period.