This is one of my artworks in the new exhibition in Swansea’s Cinema & Co, I drew it the other evening at life drawing in Swansea Print Workshop using conté crayons, black, white and sanguine, onto brown wrapping paper. The exhibition opens on Wednesday March 8th, International Women’s Day and continues throughout the month. Cinema & Co has organised a great programme of films and events for the month, which coincides with International Month of Women’s History and is showing the film Frida (Kahlo) immediately after the opening of the exhibition – click here to find out more and / or book tickets.
The celebration of International Women’s Day (IWD) has been around for over a hundred years. Its roots were in the campaign to win votes for women and it was ratified by the United Nations in 1977 as a day for women’s equality and world peace.
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Via Young Conservatives: The Time Has Finally Come! President Trump Suddenly SUSPENDS Expedited Processing of H-1B Visas…
Great news on the H-1B visa question!
In the first step to reform the H-1B visa program, President Donald Trump has suspended expedited processing for up to six months.
NO MORE FAST TRACK: President Trump suspends expedited processing of controversial H1B visa applications pic.twitter.com/1hxWy0GyXT
— FOX&friends Weekend (@ffweekend) March 5, 2017
The administration is saying that this will help reduce the back log of visas pending.
Advocates of the program say it brings skilled workers that the U.S. needs, but critics say there are many problems.
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The stated purpose of the H-1b program is to allow companies to temporarily import high-skilled workers when they can’t find American workers willing or able to do the job, but critics contend its true purpose is to help big businesses…
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