Workshop – David Hemmings Bird Photography http://davidhemmingsbirdphotography.com/ Tue, 17 May 2022 21:54:32 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://davidhemmingsbirdphotography.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/icon-2021-06-25T155134.587.png Workshop – David Hemmings Bird Photography http://davidhemmingsbirdphotography.com/ 32 32 Alamosa News | Grazing Workshop for Farmers and Herders https://davidhemmingsbirdphotography.com/alamosa-news-grazing-workshop-for-farmers-and-herders/ Tue, 17 May 2022 21:08:10 +0000 https://davidhemmingsbirdphotography.com/alamosa-news-grazing-workshop-for-farmers-and-herders/ SAN LUIS VALLEY—On Monday, May 23, CSU Extension is offering a grazing workshop designed to benefit both farmers and ranchers. “I believe that constantly reviewing the fundamentals of production practices and farm business management is crucial to surviving and succeeding in the extremely difficult world of agriculture and ranching,” says Larry Brown, Agent extension CSU. […]]]>

SAN LUIS VALLEY—On Monday, May 23, CSU Extension is offering a grazing workshop designed to benefit both farmers and ranchers. “I believe that constantly reviewing the fundamentals of production practices and farm business management is crucial to surviving and succeeding in the extremely difficult world of agriculture and ranching,” says Larry Brown, Agent extension CSU. Jim Gerrish of Idaho for sharing his vast experience with valley growers during the workshop.

Gerrish is a producer, researcher, teacher and consultant in pasture economics and management. He’s been at it for over forty years and has clients in 43 states and four continents. He’s seen what works and what doesn’t in a wide variety of environments and conditions. More importantly, Gerrish practices what he teaches on his own farm in Idaho, grazing low water use pastures under pivot irrigation at high elevations and about six to eight inches of annual rainfall.

If that sounds like environmental conditions similar to our San Luis Valley, you can see why Brown chose Gerrish. “When I applied for the position of SLV Area Extension Officer this time last year,” Brown recalls, “I was asked what I considered to be the most important issues facing our community. agriculture was facing and what I would do about it. Water was my first response, and rather than delving into SLV’s water policy, providing that kind of education is one of the big things I’m doing to help. » Whether you’re a rancher hit all over by drought, or a farmer who turns to green manure cover crops in your potato rotation to save water, or you’re a grower who can face the possibility of drying up some of your irrigated cropland, this workshop has something for you.

Jim’s three topics for the day are: “Seven Things I’ve Learned in the Last 40 Years of Grazing”, in which he will discuss the interactions between soil, water, forage, animals and money, all important fundamentals for everyone; “Creating a Drought Resistant Farm or Ranch”, which focuses on management principles to improve water infiltration, reduce runoff, improve the soil’s ability to store water by improving the biology of the soil, by reducing water loss through evaporation by keeping the soil covered and establishing more drought-tolerant plant species; “Integrating Livestock into Your Farming Operation”, which will include the principles of all aspects of grazing cover crops or converting irrigated cropland to dryland grazing. The workshop will begin at 9:00 a.m. with a two-hour in-class session, followed by three hours in the field, and conclude in-class with a one-hour wrap-up, question and answer session.

Annie Overlin, specialist in the CSU regional extension range, will also be present for the workshop. Overlin and Brown are already working together on pasture management plans for several ranches and on two demonstration projects involving seven cooperators from farms and ranches around the valley. “Annie is a very active specialist in the field and a valuable CSU resource for the Valley,” says Brown. The duo will offer to form farmer-to-farmer roundtable management groups for farmers and herders attending the workshop. Brown continues, “I’m grateful that Annie is participating. The ongoing roundtable management model is something I have used here in the past, and Annie is currently using it successfully in Southeast Colorado. It provides producers with similar issues and goals a structure to meet periodically and help each other learn by pointing out what works or doesn’t work for them. At this workshop, I will also be launching a valley-wide, pasture and grazer registration service to help farmers with cover crops who need grazing animals, and livestock owners who pastures need to connect with each other.

The workshop begins at 9:00 a.m. in the Rio Grande Water Conservation District building located at 8805 Independence Way in Alamosa.

For more information or to pre-register, call Larry Brown or Jennifer Norris at the SLV Area Extension Office, 719-852-7381 or 719-850-2139.

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Workshop targets ‘toxic masculinity’ in team sports https://davidhemmingsbirdphotography.com/workshop-targets-toxic-masculinity-in-team-sports/ Mon, 16 May 2022 05:07:38 +0000 https://davidhemmingsbirdphotography.com/workshop-targets-toxic-masculinity-in-team-sports/ Post May 16, 2022 in Front page | News | Sports The Sexual Assault Survivors’ Center offers free workshops to local sports teams to promote healthy masculinity and gender-based safety. From left, Male Ally Coalition member Brian White, Public Education Coordinator Trish Vanoosterom, and center Cheyenne Guthro. Photo submitted Tara JeffreyTrish Vanoosterom hopes local sports […]]]>
The Sexual Assault Survivors’ Center offers free workshops to local sports teams to promote healthy masculinity and gender-based safety. From left, Male Ally Coalition member Brian White, Public Education Coordinator Trish Vanoosterom, and center Cheyenne Guthro. Photo submitted

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Trish Vanoosterom hopes local sports teams will participate in a new workshop that promotes healthy masculinity and gender safety.
From an early age, boys are bombarded with toxic messages about masculinity about “how to be a man,” said the public education coordinator at the Sexual Assault Survivors’ Center Sarnia-Lambton.
“This program provides players with healthy counter-narratives of masculinity, while encouraging them to reflect on how their words and actions can demonstrate respect for women and girls and create safe spaces for all athletes. “
The free one-hour workshop is run in partnership with the agency’s Male Ally Coalition and includes interactive activities aimed at challenging unhealthy narratives in sport.
The workshop is similar to the Ontario Hockey League’s “Onside” program and tailored to local men’s sports teams with players ages 12 and up.
Vanoosterom pointed to a recent study that found 47% of high school students had experienced “hazing,” which can lead to symptoms of depression, anxiety, post-traumatic stress disorder, and eating disorders. .
Men are also much less likely to report victimization and less likely to seek help, she added.
“You can become leaders in your community by standing up,” she said. “And call out everyday attitudes and behaviors that contribute to a lack of respect for women.”
For more information or to book a team session, contact Trish at trish@sascsl.ca or call 519-337-3154, ext. 203.

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Mindfulness and Memory Container Gardening Workshop https://davidhemmingsbirdphotography.com/mindfulness-and-memory-container-gardening-workshop/ Sat, 14 May 2022 05:01:13 +0000 https://davidhemmingsbirdphotography.com/mindfulness-and-memory-container-gardening-workshop/ Wednesday, May 18, 2022 Join wellness expert and garden influencer Ellen Mary as she guides you through our intrinsic connection to the natural world for positive wellness, including the benefits of grounding, forest bathing and gardening. It’s a fun and relaxed conversation, but with a serious message. After a discussion of the benefits of absorbing […]]]>

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Join wellness expert and garden influencer Ellen Mary as she guides you through our intrinsic connection to the natural world for positive wellness, including the benefits of grounding, forest bathing and gardening. It’s a fun and relaxed conversation, but with a serious message. After a discussion of the benefits of absorbing nature with some enlightening facts, you will take an intentional wellness walk through the gardens with Ellen to absorb the wonders of nature.

When you’re fully immersed, you’ll use plantings and natural materials from the gardens to create your very own container of memories – a fun new style of planting for making memories or evoking happy memories of an experience. Ellen will share plant tips and care focused on how to take care of your own well-being while you create.

We have two identical programs to choose from – May 18 or May 20. Choose the date that suits you best! Space is limited; register in advance.

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The Guggenheim Fellowship Workshop will feature a panel of past faculty recipients and guest speaker André Bernard: UMass Amherst https://davidhemmingsbirdphotography.com/the-guggenheim-fellowship-workshop-will-feature-a-panel-of-past-faculty-recipients-and-guest-speaker-andre-bernard-umass-amherst/ Thu, 12 May 2022 19:47:57 +0000 https://davidhemmingsbirdphotography.com/the-guggenheim-fellowship-workshop-will-feature-a-panel-of-past-faculty-recipients-and-guest-speaker-andre-bernard-umass-amherst/ The Office of Faculty Development (OFD) invites faculty to the Guggenheim Fellowship Workshop, an online discussion designed for those interested in applying for a Guggenheim Fellowship. Attendees will benefit from guidance from a panel of UMass Amherst and Amherst College alumni and special guest André Bernard, Vice President and Secretary of the John Simon Guggenheim […]]]>

The Office of Faculty Development (OFD) invites faculty to the Guggenheim Fellowship Workshop, an online discussion designed for those interested in applying for a Guggenheim Fellowship. Attendees will benefit from guidance from a panel of UMass Amherst and Amherst College alumni and special guest André Bernard, Vice President and Secretary of the John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation.

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The workshop will take place via Zoom on Monday, May 16 from 11 a.m. to noon. All Five College teachers are welcome.

Monday, May 16, 11 a.m. – 12 p.m., Zoom

Speakers:

André Bernardvice president and secretary of the John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation

Lisa Brooks (Awarded 2020), Field of Study: Geography and Environmental Studies
Henry S. Poler ’59 Presidential Teaching Professor of English and American Studies, Amherst College

Maria R. Heim (Awarded in 2005), field of study: religion
George Lyman Crosby 1896 & Stanley Warfield Crosby Professor of Religion and Chair of Religion, Amherst College

John McCarthy (Awarded in 1992), field of study: linguistics
Provost and Senior Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs – Professor Emeritus, UMass Amherst

Young Min Moon (Awarded 2014) Field of Study: Fine Arts
Professor and Chair, Department of Art, UMass Amherst

Register for the workshop.

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Workshop on the fight against land degradation and the restoration of ecosystems organized in Abidjan https://davidhemmingsbirdphotography.com/workshop-on-the-fight-against-land-degradation-and-the-restoration-of-ecosystems-organized-in-abidjan/ Tue, 10 May 2022 05:46:33 +0000 https://davidhemmingsbirdphotography.com/workshop-on-the-fight-against-land-degradation-and-the-restoration-of-ecosystems-organized-in-abidjan/ West African representatives from ministries of planning and finance, environment and other stakeholders gathered in Abidjan on 5-6 May 2022 for a capacity building workshop on combating land degradation and ecosystem restoration. The workshop was a precursor to the UN Convention to Combat Desertification conference, which will be held in Abidjan from May 9-20. […]]]>

West African representatives from ministries of planning and finance, environment and other stakeholders gathered in Abidjan on 5-6 May 2022 for a capacity building workshop on combating land degradation and ecosystem restoration.

The workshop was a precursor to the UN Convention to Combat Desertification conference, which will be held in Abidjan from May 9-20. The two-day sessions focused on funding opportunities that have the potential to deliver transformative projects and programs to boost the Great Green Wall initiative in West Africa.

The African Development Bank’s Africa Climate Change Fund contributed to the workshop, developed by the United Nations Convention to Combat Desertification, in collaboration with several technical and financial partners.

Halting and reversing land degradation can transform land from a source of greenhouse gas emissions into a sink by increasing carbon stocks in soils and vegetation. Land degradation neutrality seeks to balance anticipated losses of terrestrial natural capital and associated ecosystem functions and services with measures that avoid and reduce land degradation and produce alternative gains through land restoration and sustainable land management approaches.

In his opening remarks, Laouali Garba, Head of Agricultural Research, Production and Sustainability at the African Development Bank said: “The Bank supports African countries in the search for solutions for the sustainable management of natural resources to build people’s resilience to adverse effects. climate change and variability.

Since the launch of the Bank’s Feed Africa strategy in 2015, more than 74 million people have benefited from access to improved agricultural technologies and sustainable land management. The Technologies for African Agricultural Transformation (TAAT) program has provided 11 million farmers in 29 African countries with proven agricultural technologies, Garba said.

“As a champion in mobilizing resources to accelerate the implementation of the Great Green Wall Initiative Priority Investment Plan (2021-2030), the African Development Bank welcomes this partnership with the Global Mechanism. United Nations Convention to Combat Desertification,” he said.

Cathrine Mutambirwa, Land Degradation Neutrality and Land Restoration Program Coordinator at the Global Mechanism, said, “We are working with partners to improve capacity to design transformative land interventions to build resilience and improve livelihoods in Africa. rural environment. With the African Development Bank and other partners, we complement each other well to move projects forward quickly.”

Transformative land-based projects and programs can target a wide range of funding sources, combining public, private and blended financial resources, including the Global Environment Facility, Green Climate Fund, adaptation and other multilateral and bilateral funding mechanisms. banks, such as the Land Degradation Neutrality Fund.

Rita Effah, Senior Climate Finance Officer and Coordinator of the African Climate Change Fund, explained how to access funding from the African Development Bank: “The African Climate Change Fund helps regional member countries to directly access climate finance by preparing bankable projects to access climate funds and also by supporting the implementation of small-scale adaptation projects, including land restoration, to build community resilience. »

The African Development Bank, as an executing agency and accredited entity to the Global Environment Facility, the Green Climate Fund and the Climate Investment Fund, co-finances projects that contribute to combating degradation land in Africa.

Moussa Nakoulima, Head of Investments, Global Partners, at the European Investment Bank, mentioned that the European Investment Bank had invested more than €10 billion in Africa in 2021.

World Bank Environment Specialist Yasmina Oodally explained how the World Bank is supporting the Great Green Wall, with future land restoration projects targeting policy and institutional reforms designed to empower local communities, especially women. . The World Bank has committed $5.6 billion to ongoing and new projects in Great Green Wall countries.

Sarah Toumi, Program Management Manager of the Great Green Wall Initiative, said, “The Pan-African Great Green Wall Initiative is a nature-based solution to the complex challenges facing humanity and a compelling symbol of what is possible if we work together. to protect and restore our planet. It is one piece of the puzzle in providing real alternatives for people to increasingly work together to stop the drivers of land degradation and increase the rehabilitation of degraded land.

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New NYC Holistic Center Offers Herbal Remedies and Wellness Workshops https://davidhemmingsbirdphotography.com/new-nyc-holistic-center-offers-herbal-remedies-and-wellness-workshops/ Sun, 08 May 2022 12:00:00 +0000 https://davidhemmingsbirdphotography.com/new-nyc-holistic-center-offers-herbal-remedies-and-wellness-workshops/ STATEN ISLAND, NY — It’s Wednesday in a small storefront studio on a busy section of Amboy Road, and Katerina Babaytseva is deeply involved in a one-handed music workshop. Quiet and soothing, with small harp sounds vibrating in the Great Kills space, the class is soothing and its members stress-free. The whole room is synchronized […]]]>

STATEN ISLAND, NY — It’s Wednesday in a small storefront studio on a busy section of Amboy Road, and Katerina Babaytseva is deeply involved in a one-handed music workshop. Quiet and soothing, with small harp sounds vibrating in the Great Kills space, the class is soothing and its members stress-free. The whole room is synchronized and connected – each participant came to Babaytseva to improve their well-being.

Katerina Babaytseva leads a hand-pan music workshop at her natural approach center in Great Kills. (Staten Island Advance/Jan Somma-Hammel)

“This class brings an indescribable feeling of self-healing because the vibrations of music resemble the vibrations of our own body,” Babaytseva said. “You don’t need to know how to play music to take part in this – you can just repeat the sounds you hear and enjoy the amazing cosmic music. The only thing you have to do is get lost in the rhythm of it all, relax and enjoy.

New holistic center offers herbal remedies and wellness workshops

Oksana Smirnova, left, and Katerina Babaytseva pose outside their health and wellness boutique in Great Kills. (Staten Island Advance/Jan Somma-Hammel)

This is the goal of all the work of Babaytseva Natural Approach Center, a business she owns and operates with longtime friend Oksana Smirnova. Full of herbal teas and vitamins, as well as handmade soaps and serums that are made to soothe body and soul, the retail portion of the shop offers customers a range of holistic products, while the company’s back rooms are filled daily with scheduled treatments. yoga and meditation classes and sessions. And the whole concept was born out of the duo’s passion for healthy living.

New holistic center offers herbal remedies and wellness workshops

Natural Approach Center is full of herbal remedies, vitamins and gifts. (Staten Island Advance/Jan Somma-Hammel)

“I love teas and herbal products and Oksana is a vitamin expert,” said Babaytseva, who grew up in a holistic family, her herbalist father. “In January, we found this space and decided to pool our talents. It’s something we’ve always talked about, and all of a sudden it all clicked into place.

The products are personally selected by Babaytseva and Smirnova, natural remedies chosen to relieve digestive disorders, sleep problems, colds and flu and other common ailments. On weekends, Babaytseva seeks out some of her herbs, buys others, and then combines them: chamomile, echinacea, and elderberry for immunity; ashwagandha, lavender, mint and sarsaparilla for relaxation and anxiety. If you want to detox, there’s burdock root and calendula for that.

New holistic center offers herbal remedies and wellness workshops

Each tea is a blend of herbs that can help soothe different ailments. (Staten Island Advance/Jan Somma-Hammel)

“It’s not a medical remedy, but it’s a supplement that will help you with whatever problem you have,” Babaytseva said. “There are herbs to cure hangovers and concoctions you can sip to relax and boost your immunity. We have it all.

Natural Approach classes are made to improve your quality of life.

New holistic center offers herbal remedies and wellness workshops

A yoga class is led by instructor Tatiana Sirota, seen here in a red tank top. (Staten Island Advance/Jan Somma-Hammel)

“We invite people to our center so they can live a happier and healthier life,” Babaytseva said. “It’s an encouraging environment where people of all ages can connect, learn and improve their well-being.”

The center’s schedule includes Vinyasa and Kundalini yoga classes, belly dancing, numerology, art therapy, and sound healing. There is also a Mandala dance, an esoteric school, women’s circles, Reiki, karaoke and more. Birthday parties, girls’ nights out, corporate and team building events are some of Babaytseva’s specialties.

New holistic center offers herbal remedies and wellness workshops

Yoga classes are offered at the Natural Approach Center several times a week. (Staten Island Advance/Jan Somma-Hammel)

Babaytseva and Smirnova, both of Ukrainian descent, also use their center as a collection site where Staten Islanders can drop off food and other essentials for people displaced by Ukraine’s current war.

“My family currently still lives in Ukraine,” Babaytseva said. “They are safe, but I am worried. Our customers have been so generous. We send them care packages every week and donate as much as we can. This whole business has been built around personal healing – it warms my heart that our clients are helping others heal too.

New holistic center offers herbal remedies and wellness workshops

“We invite people to our center so they can live happier, healthier lives,” Babaytseva said of her new store, Natural Approach. (Staten Island Advance/Jan Somma-Hammel)

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Dialogue in Changing Times Workshop with Claus Springborg and Sarah Rozenthuler | Sectors https://davidhemmingsbirdphotography.com/dialogue-in-changing-times-workshop-with-claus-springborg-and-sarah-rozenthuler-sectors/ Fri, 06 May 2022 00:27:34 +0000 https://davidhemmingsbirdphotography.com/dialogue-in-changing-times-workshop-with-claus-springborg-and-sarah-rozenthuler-sectors/ Dialogue is a conversation that improves well-being and performance.]]>

Dialogue is a conversation that improves well-being and performance.

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Dialogue in Changing Times 2:00 p.m. – 2:40 p.m.Instead of getting stuck talking nice, talking tough, or not talking at all, the real issues are addressed and solutions are found.Research shows that better dialogue delivers measurable benefits, including improved team performance, happier customers, and higher profitability. There is an art and a science to holding powerful meetings where people think together and engage in aligned action.In this introductory session, we’ll explore how you can create the conditions for authentic dialogue that taps into collective wisdom, drives positive change, and empowers people to present themselves in their best light.Participating in this preview allows you to begin to understand how:

  • Engage in conversations that mobilize people’s energy for action
  • Co-create change by listening to each and the wisdom of the whole room
  • Make the dialogue authentic by accepting to present yourself as who you really are rather than wearing a “corporate mask”

Sarah Rozenthuler is a licensed psychologist, leadership consultant and dialogue coach. She has over 15 years of international experience advising organizations such as BP, Discovery Inc. and Standard Chartered Bank. As the author of How to Have Meaningful Conversations and Powered by Purpose: Energize your People to do Great Work, Sarah’s work has been featured widely in the media, including The Sunday Times, Psychologies Magazine and BBC Business online.Christmas Springborg is a leadership consultant, author and lecturer at Copenhagen Business School. With a PhD from Cranfield School of Management, Claus has over ten years of experience teaching entrepreneurship, management theory and personal development. As the author of the book Sensory Templates and Managerial Cognition – Art, Cognitive Science and Spiritual Practices in Management Education, Claus empowers leaders to improve their effectiveness by deepening their presence.

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Beginner gardening workshop on Saturday at PLAS – The Troy Messenger https://davidhemmingsbirdphotography.com/beginner-gardening-workshop-on-saturday-at-plas-the-troy-messenger/ Wed, 04 May 2022 01:05:34 +0000 https://davidhemmingsbirdphotography.com/beginner-gardening-workshop-on-saturday-at-plas-the-troy-messenger/ Self-proclaimed “plant killers” are invited and encouraged to attend a Saturday Beginners Gardening Workshop in the Pike School of Liberal Arts Cafeteria from 9-11:30 a.m. “The workshop is a turning point for us – plant killers – to ask a friend who knows a little more to mentor us to grow together in amazing ways,” […]]]>

Self-proclaimed “plant killers” are invited and encouraged to attend a Saturday Beginners Gardening Workshop in the Pike School of Liberal Arts Cafeteria from 9-11:30 a.m.

“The workshop is a turning point for us – plant killers – to ask a friend who knows a little more to mentor us to grow together in amazing ways,” said Kitty Amanda Smothers, originator of the Dead Plant Society. “It’s about community, relationships, families and friends.

Smothers said there was a growing desire to return to “our roots – our first beginnings” where we grew our own food. Being in an area rich in farms, many of us have stories of helping out in grandma’s garden, but unfortunately there has been a disconnect over the past few generations as many of us have left our gardens to start working in the business world.

When COVID-19 hit, Smothers said the world seemed to freeze in place and multitudes of people were quarantined at home.

“As our eyes turned to our homes and our hearts focused more intensely on the health of our families, the importance of home as a sanctuary and health as a beautiful gift was more evident,” said she declared. “People have turned to gardening to experience freedom as lockdowns and concerns over job loss, exposure and hiding began to grow increasingly suffocating. Food shortages make the issue even more pressing. Gardening relieves stress. Watching things grow creates excitement and a sweet distraction from the chaos around the world. The flowers are happy. Flowers bring hope. Growing food is healthy. It feels good and benefits emotional, physical, mental, spiritual and environmental health. Planting things is something we can do with our own hands to improve the world around us.

Smothers’ gardening story began when her husband John was diagnosed with stage 3 colon cancer in March 2021.

“Gardening became a way of coping, of focusing on something that was about life, not cancer, not death,” she said. John underwent surgery first, then six months of chemotherapy, which meant that our spring and summer were going to be spent with him mostly in bed.

Smothers was faced with a choice. She could sit there and worry or she could do something productive.

“So I dug two huge flowerbeds in front of my house,” she said. “We built the house 12 years ago and we didn’t have a single plant in the yard. I didn’t know what I was doing, but I kept studying, watching YouTube tutorials, and moving forward, digging, and praying for God to heal my husband. The flowerbeds ended up looking beautiful. . . for a while, until I drowned all my lavender in red clay from overwatering and poor drainage. I had to take everything apart and start over. I learned a lot about flowers last year and this year I started my first vegetable garden. It’s so exciting to see the daily changes happening to flowers and plants.

John was declared cancer free in November. And I’m still in the garden talking to God. Be grateful. It is a special place to spend time with the Creator.

start with the basics and finish the workshop with free seeds, plants and garden items. No registration is required; Just show up ready to learn and bring a friend!

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RSS organizes a YouTube workshop in Jaipur https://davidhemmingsbirdphotography.com/rss-organizes-a-youtube-workshop-in-jaipur/ Mon, 02 May 2022 03:36:00 +0000 https://davidhemmingsbirdphotography.com/rss-organizes-a-youtube-workshop-in-jaipur/ RSS is hosting a Youtube workshop (Photo: IANS) Jaipur: The Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) held a “YouTube Workshop” at Swastik Bhawan at Ambabadi in Jaipur on Sunday. The RSS Advertising Department training workshop was chaired by YouTuber Vaibhav Singh. Around 88 YouTubers from different parts of Jaipur participated in the workshop, which was attended by […]]]>

Jaipur: The Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) held a “YouTube Workshop” at Swastik Bhawan at Ambabadi in Jaipur on Sunday.

The RSS Advertising Department training workshop was chaired by YouTuber Vaibhav Singh.

Around 88 YouTubers from different parts of Jaipur participated in the workshop, which was attended by Manoj Kumar, Head of Rajasthan region.

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In the workshop, Singh shared details about the whole process – from creating a channel on YouTube to getting it popular. Apart from this, it has enlisted the job opportunities which can be generated through YouTube.

Singh further shared his thoughts on what type of content a YouTuber should upload to the platform. He also explained the use of YouTube in marketing and told attendees what to keep in mind when posting videos.

Importance thumbnail and how to increase viewership with the use of thumbnail has been thoroughly explained to all YouTubers.

“In this age of communication revolution, YouTube has become a great medium for introducing the public to the topics of social interest; and now, all of us YouTubers also have a responsibility to use it for the benefit of society” , did he declare.

At the workshop, Manoj Kumar, Head of Regional Advertising of RSS, said, “We should create the content that is in the interest of the society and the country.”

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Artworks Gallery offers a Spring Landscape watercolor workshop https://davidhemmingsbirdphotography.com/artworks-gallery-offers-a-spring-landscape-watercolor-workshop/ Sat, 30 Apr 2022 14:03:37 +0000 https://davidhemmingsbirdphotography.com/artworks-gallery-offers-a-spring-landscape-watercolor-workshop/ The Art Gallery will be hosting a Spring Landscape in Watercolor Workshop on Saturday, May 14 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Gallery located at 109 Fall Street in downtown Seneca Falls. Workshop instructor Roberta Nelson says, “You will learn the basics of painting spring landscapes by applying various principles of composition. I […]]]>

The Art Gallery will be hosting a Spring Landscape in Watercolor Workshop on Saturday, May 14 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Gallery located at 109 Fall Street in downtown Seneca Falls.

Workshop instructor Roberta Nelson says, “You will learn the basics of painting spring landscapes by applying various principles of composition. I will explain various watercolor techniques, types of landscape compositions, including aerial perspective. I will also cover the use of value masses, light, ground shadows, tree shapes and cloud formations.

Example of watercolor painting by Roberta Nelson

Participants should bring watercolor paints (if using paints in tubes, do not use paints that indicate hues), brushes, 140 lbs. weight watercolor paper, a board larger than the size of the paper to stretch the paper, masking tape, paper towels, a container of water, and a photo of the scene to be painted. Some landscape photos are available at the workshop.

The cost of each workshop is $40. Registration required before May 9 by contacting the instructor at [email protected] or call 315-549-8323.

Gallery hours are Tuesday through Friday at 11 a.m. at 4 p.m. and Saturday 11 a.m. at 1:30 p.m. The gallery is run by volunteers. If you are making a special trip to visit us, you can call 315-257-0201 to make sure we have staff. For more information, visit HERE.


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