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Showcase the passion a fashion designer expresses when he or she creates his or her collection, talk about the unique energy dancers share when they are on a stage, give a voice to a struggling sculptor through articles written by our volunteer editors spread around the world, promote a trans actress’s journey…This is what our independent magazine which is advocating for diversity and accessibility has been excelling at since 2013.
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24 Nov: Sara Abou Mrad: A genius of Lebanese painting

Dear readers,

I present to you a Lebanese artist and sculptor who I really like and who deserves real recognition for her work. Her works are inspired by different sources including literature. With her art, Sara transgresses the boundaries of the traditional painting genre to allow her inner projection and her artistic vision to emerge. We are witnessing a rewriting of sensations. Seeing a painting by Sara Abou Mrad is a liberating experience. For a moment, we forget the rules of painting and the codification induced by academicism.

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19 Sep: Mia’s Story: Mia remembers

Five (5) years later, Mia remembers her relationship with Leo. In this article, she describes the early stages of their relationship. Time flies, but some days seemed very long.

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05 Sep: Windsor | A millennial dynasty

Dear readers of R Magazine, echoing the recent coronation of Charles III, son of Philip of Edinburgh and Elizabeth II, Sovereign of the Commonwealth, let me tell you a little about the origins of the British Royal family.

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The Juried Art Exhibition
The Juried Art Exhibition is commemorating its 50 years anniversary this year. Hence the perfect timing to review the exhibition’s growth.

The Juried Art Exhibition has been celebrating black creativity since 1970 within the walls of the Museum of Science and Industry (MSI) based at Chicago. The exhibition is known to be the longest display of African-American Art.

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29 Jun: My experience at the Comédie du Livre

From May 5 to 14, 2023, the 38th Comédie du Livre (recently renamed Comédie du Livre – 10 jours en mai) took place in Montpellier, in the south of France. I was lucky enough to take part in the Salon des Libraires (booksellers’ fair) from May 11 to 14 as a book ambassador. Here’s a glimpse of my experience.

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22 Feb: Vijana Collections

Let’s discover an audio book of African nursery rhymes and lullabies that celebrates the different cultures of this great continent.

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