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Wednesday, 5 June 2019

best art and craft in world

The present series My Craft Book has been compiled in a simple and lucid way to make learning fun, engaging and interesting for children of all ages. We've included a plethora of activities with easy to follow directions to make your craft time an enjoyable experience. So, get ready to spark your creativity!


Hemingway famously called PARISH “a moveable feast” for its tendency to stick with you long after you've left. But he may have also been hinting at, how, no matter where you go while in the city, there's always something to see, hear, taste, or feel. He, like so many authors from around the world, found inspiration in the city's cafes, alleyways, and bars. Meanwhile, with some 150 museums, Paris doubles as an art history class, offering the very best of the discipline across centuries and styles. Facing so much choice, travelers will be forgiven for skipping the LOURISE in favor of quieter moments at Musée Rodin or L'Orangerie.


ou'd be forgiven for thinking KYOTO's nickname, the "City of Ten Thousand Shrines," is an exaggeration. But after a walk through its beautifully preserved streets, you'll quickly be correcting your assumption. While it's hard to nail down the exact number of shrines—new ones seemingly pop up overnight—there are at least 1,600 temples within the city limits. There are the world-famous landmarks, of course—think the vermillion gates of Fushimi Inari-taisha and the shimmering Golden Pavilion of Kinkaku-ji. But the truly magical thing about Kyoto is the way you can explore the city, without a GUIDE BOOK or itinerary, and stumble upon Zen gardens, sprawling temple complexes, and immaculately maintained shrines with nary a tourist in site. Its seventeen UNESCO WORD HERITAGE SITE speak to this ancient capital's cultural significance, but they're really just the beginning when it comes to all the beauty that Kyoto offers.



Santa Fe, New Mexico


You can't see all the art that Santa Fe has on offer on a single trip, so unless you're one for total sensory overstimulation, we don't suggest you try. On A FIRST SITE, it can seem there are more art galleries than restaurants in the city—they line the central plaza and its side streets, while the Georgia O'Keeffe Museum is downtown's centerpiece.

The city has a unique ability to look outward, while also staying true to its traditions: The Museum of International Folk Art is packed with 130,000 objects, a tribute to craftspeople from around the world, while the annual SWAIA Indian Market, which runs every August, is the showcase for the region's Native American artists and artisans.

Give your child a chance to embrace his artistic side. Try these great arts and crafts ideas: Whether it's learning a new handcraft like crochet or getting messy with paints, your creative kid will love exploring the many ways to express himself.

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