17 октября.

Осенне-зябким ранним утром,
Вдыхая ливня предвкушенье,
Рассыпать звуки-перламутры
И, будто в полусновиденьи,

Сквозь зыбкий хроматизм гармоний,
Едва стелящийся в эфире;
Сквозь тихий вздох больных агоний
Эвтерпии с осколком лиры

На старом кладбище Парижа,
Найти мелодию Шопена…
Забыть о лоске и престиже,
О том, что дёшево и тленно;

Пройдя по узким тротуарам,
Вдруг осознать – коснётся время
Всея и всех; но с редким даром
Веками будет жить лишь гений.

New School Alumni Photo Contest Winner!

I want to THANK ALL OF YOU for your HUGE SUPPORT!!!
This shot was created as a result of the collaboration of Elizaveta Muravieva (model, MUAH), Ann Balk (MUAH, costume design), Serezha Levitan (composition, assistance), and I pressed the button on the camera and added a few photoshop strokes at the end 😉
Folks, you are amazing. THANK YOU!!!!

We’re pleased to announce that Elina Akselrud, Performance – Piano ’12, is this year’s “New School Choice” winner for…

Posted by New School Alumni on Thursday, September 24, 2015

New School Alumni Photo Contest Finals!

I am happy to announce that my photo of Elizaveta Muravieva was chosen as a finalist of the New School Alumni Photo Contest! Please vote for this work by OPENING THE LINKS PROVIDED BELOW and PRESSING ‘LIKE’ on Facebook or Instagram (the little heart)

Please note: this post is just the preview! Voting is ONLY counted in the New School Alumni PHOTO ALBUM on Facebook or Instagram after you click on the links below and press ‘like’ there!!!
Thank you so much for your support!!!!

CLICK TO VOTE ON FACEBOOK

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The Vyshyvanka Day special!

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by Marc Serhan

Today in my native country, Ukraine, there is a wonderful holiday – the “Vyshyvanka” Day.  Vyshyvankas are unique embroidered shirts, part of the Ukrainian traditional costume.  Each region of the country has its own embroidery styles and motives – ornaments, flowers, and symbols – of beauty and freedom.  Today I am very happy and proud to be representing my dear country and to promote these symbols: the freedom of the human (and artistic!) spirit and the beauty of my vyshyvanka’s embroidery!  Glory to Ukraine!  Слава Україні!