Monthly Archives: January 2010
Mental illness exerts a profound influence on artistic activity. In fully developed cases the creative force is weakened or totally bewitched. Works of the insane have provided fundamental insight into certain manifestations of mental disorder, and in certain cases can even help us to reach a diagnosis. Moreover, creativity often has an excellent therapeutic effect. There are, for instance, distressing conditions where, as a result of mental disease, the patient is apathetic and withdrawn, and lacks the ability to communicate … Continue reading
Karlstad Toastmasters Club Welcome to Karlstad’s Toastmasters club. A club where we can enjoy the art of public speaking in a supportive, learning environment, and where you can also build self-confidence. Our members come from all walks of life and practice their communication and leadership skills together, for business, public service, recreation, personal development, and for fun!
“It’s not our role to tell countries what to do. These are internal affairs of the state.” Australia should speak up about human rights abuses on our doorstep, including in Indonesia These sound like the words of a Chinese official, yet this is what an Australian diplomat told me on a recent visit to South-East Asia. Geographically on the fringes of Asia and with a different culture and history, Australia is sensitive to being perceived as a big-mouthed bully in … Continue reading
The Ghanaian Art Sector comes out in full force and in Style to honour one of its own: Prof Joe Nkrumah
NSOROMA: The Cultural Legacy of Joe Nkrumah Nsoroma: Like the stars, I am one of the children of the Highest One and rest in God,trusting not only in myself. The Dei Centre is pleased to present ‘Nsoroma’ an exhibition that featuring portraits of the late Professor Joseph Nkrumah, an internationally renowned conservator, curator and intellectual. Nsoroma, an Adinkra symbol means ‘a star’ and implies the philosophical message-‘Like the stars, I am one of