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Emotional & Cultural Intelligence Through Art.

Hi and welcome to LEVEL! In addition to our regular talks and discussions, we also decided to write about cultural differences, unique traditions and peculiar world views. Join us and don’t forget to sign up for our monthly updates! We look forward to reading your comments as well.

A Japanese woman serving tea

The Art of the Japanese Tea Ceremony

The tea ceremony has a special place in Japanese culture. Preparing and drinking tea is a meditative process that brings tranquillity, and balance to participators, by allowing them to forget about the daily problems and immerse themselves into the way of the tea.

Contemporary street art Arabic calligraphy by El Seed

Calligraphy in Arab Art

Calligraphy, the art of beautiful handwriting was carefully nurtured in many parts of the world. In the Middle East, Arabic calligraphy found its way into every part of human life. It has moved beyond paper and incorporated itself into many different art forms and materials.

Latin American art

Latin American Art Through Centuries

Latin American art is a very wide term encompassing many different artistic genres, styles and movements. In this blog post we will explore its major characteristics and concepts.

Political street art Don't think, don't ask, pay tax, vote for us

How Art and Politics Influence and Shape Each Other

Artists can be activists themselves, as a part of a political movement or organisation, but many times they cause political change singlehandedly without joining any pre-existing political force. In this blog post, we’ll look into the critical and emancipatory role art can have in society, as well as participatory art and propaganda art.

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