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Marica Branchesi: Abbiamo scoperto come ascoltare l’Universo

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Per il ciclo di dirette Facebook Color InSight nel mese di Agosto tratteremo il tema dell’Astronomia.
In un precedente articolo (Astronomia Tattile: In viaggio tra le stelle su una navicella arancione.) abbiamo rpesentato i primi due ospiti che interverranno, Andrea Alimenti, Presidente dell’Associazione Pontina di Astronomia APA-lan e responsabile del Gruppo Divulgazione Inclusiva Unione Astrofili Italiani, e Andrea Miccoli, responsabile della didattica per disabili visivi.

Malerweg, walking to conquer the picturesque.

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If it is called the Painters’ Path it will be because it is picturesque.
Easy.
The definitions of “picturesque” are many.
“Everything that lends itself to a pictorial representation has certain qualities: variety and a pleasant disorder.”
More simply “what arouses interest or evokes aesthetic, or in any case visual, emotions due to the presence of unusual elements”

Arcobalegno (Rainbowood) or #EverythingWillBeBetter

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I wish to share this work of art with friends and followers of NoisyVision.
It might seem born from the connection between the themes addressed in the last two Facebook LIVE of Yellow Happy Hour.
We talked about Accessible Art and DescriVedendo with Rosa Garofalo and about colors and rainbows with Marta Telatin.
Arcobalegno (Rainbowood) is a colorful and accessible work of art, as it can be easily imagined by the blind, it can be touched and, as Marta says, with a particular sensitivity one can perceive the different vibrations of the colors.

I am rare. Actually unique. Rare Disease Day

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“When I found out I was stunned. It was clear that it was #rare but I didn’t think so rare. After a while I began to realize that you are rare, but there are also many rare diseases. The cool thing is that at a certain point you start to feel you #sexy, in the American sense of the term. Doctors look at you curiously, the specialists can’t wait to explore under your eye. You laugh, a smile for every time you cried. I have a big karmic debt in smiles. At the moment I have cried more than I smiled. I think I will smile today today, tomorrow, the day after tomorrow. I hope I will not stop. #ifeelsexy ”