"White God" Trainer, Art in Embassies Program, Are You Prepared, Links You Need to See

Training Dogs for "White God"

I have a confession. I do not watch movies with dogs or read books about dogs. I have dogs. I help rescues and shelters with my art. I see the good and the bad and when it comes time for a little escape I don't want to see or read about animals, it just gets too emotional. That being said I have heard amazing things about this movie. So if you do watch movies about dogs, you should check it out.

This week Terry Gross of Fresh Air conducted an interview with the woman who trained the dogs, Teresa Ann Miller...

White God is about a dog who is separated from his owner (Zsófia Psotta) when her father forces her to give him up. Teresa Ann Miller worked as a trainer for the Hungarian film.

White God is about a dog who is separated from his owner (Zsófia Psotta) when her father forces her to give him up. Teresa Ann Miller worked as a trainer for the Hungarian film.

ArtSnacks

This week I will receive my first box from ArtSnacks! ArtSnacks is a monthly subscriptions service for artists? Interested? Click on the photo for more info. 

A monthly serving of the best art supplies

A monthly serving of the best art supplies

Do You Have a Plan?

Storm and hurricane season is here. You have a plan for your human family, do you have one for your pets? After hurricane Katrina the government recognized the need for shelters that take pets. There are some available but they are limited and will fill up fast...so what will you do if the time comes? Take the time now to get a plan together. I have emergency kits ready to go and two collapsible crates if we ended up in a pet friendly shelter. Here's a brochure from Ready.gov. 

Would you like to have your art shown in the U.S. Embassy in Paris or Moscow, Ankara or Budapest? 

Since 1963, the U.S. State Department has run a program called Art in Embassies (AIE) that showcases the work of American artists from various media in exhibits all over the world. Interested? Click on the photo above to learn more. 

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