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Read about female artists, writers, and other creatives advancing the arts globally. From career spotlights to event announcements, let’s celebrate women. For art enthusiasts and those who want to unlock creativity, this category is where you will spend most of your time.

Making and sharing art provides a way for people to connect, and there is strong female talent to be proud of. For these two reasons, we celebrate females in the arts.

Arts is a broad category that includes dance, painting, sculpture, drawing, writing novels, and more. Its creation, expression, and interpretation is a very personal process, and it’s time to explore this. Find out what female artists are accomplishing today and how they can inspire you in your own pursuits!

When you think of Canadian supermodel Coco Rocha or another model, you likely don't think immediately of them as role models or inspiring others given the fashion ideals they tend to embody, including size 0 bodies and attention to physical appearance rather than inner qualities. But Coco is speaking up about dangerous expectations in the modeling industry and body image issues, which is why her bio is the topic for today.
Author James J. Cudney IV tells us about writing inspiring female character Olivia for his book Watching Glass Shatter.
5 printable gratitude cards for download and use today! Say thanks to your partner, parents, kids, teacher, or friend with a beautiful card.
Use these key points to build a successful career in the entertainment industry. It’s a cutthroat environment that expects a lot out of you if you plan to make it big.
Norah Colvin looks back on her interviews with women writers and illustrators, discussing their inspirations and how they inspire children.
Academy Award winner Natalie Portman takes on a MasterClass online acting course. But, is it worth taking? An in-depth look here.
If you're not sure what is fine art, you're not alone. Here's a hint: It comes in many different forms, not just drawing and painting.
Is it desperate to look online for love? A discussion of the reputation of matchmaking sites to determine whether there is still an online dating stigma.

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