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The work is more a genre painting of an everyday scene than a portrait, and the name of the sitter is not known. X-ray photography has revealed that the canvas originally featured a different head looking towards the viewer, which Fragonard painted over. It is one in a series of quickly executed paintings by Fragonard featuring young girls, known as figures de fantaisie.
Teen Council is a group of 12 creative and dedicated high school students who help make our museums more welcoming and engaging for young people. The Teen Council plans and hosts events that invite D.C.-area teens to hang out and have fun, make art, and build an incredible community together at the museum.Ages 13-19
This program at the National Air and Space Museum is for students interested in aviation, astronomy, and space exploration who enjoy interacting with people. Conduct a variety of educational activities with Museum visitors: hands-on discovery stations, telescopes at the Public Observatory, story time with young children, and Welcome Desk. Work 2 days each week, and presents a simple research project about an artifact at the Museum.16+ years-old; primarily high school and college students
The Youth Teaching Assistant (YTA) Program for Smithsonian Summer Camp provides an extraordinary way for teens to get involved with the Smithsonian while earning community service credits. YTAs are introduced to the world of teaching while supporting Summer Camp instructors. YTAs befriend, help, and act as role models to young campers. A wide range of programs offer YTAs the opportunity to experience and learn about new subject areas or increase and share their understanding of a more familiar subject such as art, science, or theater. This volunteer position is available on a weekly basis June-August when Summer Camp is in session. Smithsonian Summer Camp takes place on the National Mall in the S. Dillon Ripley Center, unless otherwise stated.Ages 15 and older
The Anacostia Community Museum offers a model out-of-school-time (OST) integrated program. The Museum Academy delivers an experiential cultural arts education that challenges young people's perceptions, broadens their perspectives, and deepens understanding by examining issues affecting communities in Anacostia and throughout the world.During school year, Grades 3-6 residing in Ward 8; During summer, Grade 6
The identity of the young girl in this portrait, who seems to be around twelve - thirteen years old, is unknown. The elegant pink dress, decorated with fun black bows and completed by a white pinafore in fancy weave, worn with a string of pearls, means that the customer was doubtless a person of standing, and someone passionate about this type of painting, used for private and family rooms. The subject gazes out directly with an absorbed, almost melancholy expression. Her face, with its naturally soft complexion and plump, half-closed lips, reveals a careful study from life, carried out by the painter not without first having sketched out the balanced forms. The effectiveness of the painting is sustained by the particular technique of oil on copper, widespread from the mid-16th century, in parallel with the popularity of copperplate engraving. The metal alloy, considered to be as durable and strong as marble or wood, was useful in bringing out the full effects of preciousness and the textural impact of even the tiniest of details; this is why it was a preferred choice for smaller works, although it was not rare for it to be applied in larger paintings and even on altar pieces.
The Rococo painting by French artist Jean-Honoré Fragonard (c.1770) features an unidentified young woman wearing a rich, saffron-yellow dress with glowing, white ruff, collar, and cuffs; lavender ribbons accent her bodice, neck and hair. Shown in profile, she is reading from a small book with reddish gilt edging held in her right hand, sitting with her left arm on a wooden rail and her back supported by a large and fluffy lilac cushion resting against a wall.
A paedophile sexually assaulted a young girl while giving her a massage and was found with indecent images of children on his phone when arrested. He later went on to blame a friend for the images, claiming they were already on the phone when he bought it off him.
In July 2022, we looked into a rumor that involved Twitter users falsely claiming that still images captured from a video showed U.S. President Joe Biden naked, apparently engaging in some sort of sex trafficking or prostitution with a young girl. The tweets were posted in the aftermath of an unverified report that the iCloud account of Hunter Biden (Joe Biden's son) had been hacked and its contents distributed online.
The images that conspiracy theorists claimed showed Biden naked with a young girl or his daughter were captured from an online video. The clip was hosted by the xHamster pornographic website under the name, \"Old Daddy and His Thai Slave.\"
The images of the old man and young girl were posted on Twitter with the additional caption, \"So now you know why they wanted to have the laptop disappear. Hunter's laptop. This guy looks familiar. Hmmmm.\"
The caption referenced a laptop and showed a blurry April 2022 date, which indicated that this was not a brand new rumor in July. Why were the images of the naked old man and young girl reposted in July The answer was simple.
Create a pencil drawing to take home while taking a closer look at the collection. No experience is necessary. All supplies provided. For ages 6 - Adult (children ages 12 and younger should be accompanied by an adult). Capacity is limited.
Whitehurst Gallery, photographer. (ca. 1855) West Point cadet Lunsford Lomax and unidentified young girl. United States, ca. 1855. [United States] [Photograph] Retrieved from the Library of Congress,
The duality of his life reminded Sarah how despite the time, this duality still continues and relates present time and social pressure, in particular with social media. She drew a parallel between Solomon and the struggle of young adults with social media. Today young people feel the need to project a perfect life, a facade. Pressure from viewers to keep up with unrealistic expectations. This creates a toxic loop in which the viewer feels the need to match the appearance of the portrayed posts by generating even more disingenuous material.
Portrait of a young person - features a girl talking to an audience online, looking confident and wearing a chic embroidered blouse. Behind her is a bright wall with plants. However, unbeknown to the viewer, she is sat in a dingy dark room, in shorts and slippers and is surrounded by garbage and rotting food. Behind the fakery is mess and decay. it is a metaphor for unrealistic expectations, and asks the viewer to be aware and not fall for false promises and choose not to be complicit
According to data by the Office for National Statistics (ONS), analysed by Young Minds, suicide rates among young people aged 15 - 19 in England rose by 35% from 2020 to 2021. In 2020, 147 young people aged 15 - 19 in England took their own lives. This rose to 198 in 2021. This is the highest number in over 30 years.
NHS data also predicts that 2022 will see the highest ever number of referrals to Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS). Figures to date show the number of under 18s needing NHS treatment is 23% higher than at the same point last year. A total of 241,791 young people were referred to the NHS in the first three months of this year - already half the total figure referred in the whole of last year. Many of these young people are still waiting for treatment and appointments. 59ce067264