quinta-feira, 11 de julho de 2013

EU quero que essa mafia anapolina va pra cadeia!!!! Bjo pro recalque!

Exposição da catarinense   ADRI VOLPI: URBAN STYLES   com os seus trabalhos recentes .
ADRIANA VOLPI  nos apresenta a cidade de Nova York sob o seu olhar.
Um olhar sobre as pessoas que andam na cidade; seus estilos, ritmos e o modo como se comportam na agitação da metrópole.  Os trabalhos finais, oriundos dos registros do sketchbook da artista, mostram personagens reais que inspiraram a artista na criação de seus cartoons.( New York Jul/10).


A artista plastica catarinense Adri Volpi.





 A Curadora Alcinda Saphira e o Benito Romero (Casa do Brasil).
 O fundador da Casa do Brasil, Benito Romero , a Curadora Alcinda Saphira e o artista plastico Rene Nascimento.
 A queridissima jornalista Martha Arruda e Lee Bayer , Cordenador da Casa do Brasil

A renomada odontologa brasileira Georgia Ferreira tambem prestigiou a artista catarinense Adri Volpi

The White HouseWednesday, July 10, 2013
 
54 young chefs at the White House
We invited fifty-four budding chefs to the White House yesterday afternoon.
The kids submitted the winning recipes for Epicurious's Healthy Lunchtime Challenge, and we honored them here with a "Kids' State Dinner" hosted by First Lady Michelle Obama in support of her Let's Move! initiative.
White House chefs whipped up some of the winning recipes, President Obama stopped by to say hello, and singer Rachel Crow gave a performance. There were balloon animals, too.
It was a great event, and for an important cause: helping to teach kids that creating healthy meals can be easy and tasty. That's what the First Lady meant yesterday, when she said, "We have seen that when kids like all of you get involved in creating your own healthy meals, the results can really be amazing and delicious and fun."
President Barack Obama greets guests at the Kids' State Dinner in the East Room of the White House, July 9, 2013. (Official White House photo by Pete Souza)

The White HouseWednesday, July 10, 2013

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