Friday Links List - 20 September 2019

Did you know about The Illustration Institute? They're doing Illustrator Retreats!

From Reading with Mr. Teut: Here's the first shout-out for my forthcoming book from Cornell Lab Publishing Group (written by Jane Yolen) On Eagle Cove!

From Digital Arts: 11 companies who are trying to exploit designers, artists and photographers

From The Bookseller: Templar Illustration Prize 2019 shortlist revealed

From BookRiot: - 5 Historical Fiction Books to Read If You Don’t Like Historical Fiction

From Hazel Terry's Furniture and Wood Shavings - Jui-Lin Yen makes phenomenal, toys, sculptures and practical woodwork from mixed timbers. And they are DELIGHTFUL!!!

I was behind on following posts from Muddy Colors and they've shared some good ones, like:
     Some advice for getting the most out of Art School
     My First Years After Art College
     Sketch Purgatory

From Medium - As a PhD Examiner … My Top 25 Tips for PhD students

From Claudia Mill's An Hour a Day: Joy Takes Extra Time and Effort - Is It Worth It?

From Brightly: 14 Must-Have Books for 3-Year-Olds

From Hazel Terry's The Art Room Plant: Beautiful artwork by Ehsan Abdollahi

Are you going to participate in Inktober?

From Eliza Wheeler: Work Spaces and Places - really interesting!

From The Harvard Business Review: A Study of 597 Logos Shows Which Kind Is Most Effective

From The Wall Street Journal::::::: - The Secret Power of the Children’s Picture Book:, Even infants get profound cognitive and behavioral benefits from sharing a vivid story

From The - A climate change curriculum to empower the climate strike generation

From The Atlantic: - When the Culture War Comes for the Kids - Caught between a brutal meritocracy and a radical new progressivism, a parent tries to do right by his children while navigating New York City’s schools.

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