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    long wall
  • (Long walls) The Long Walls (????? ?????), in Ancient Greece, were walls built from a city to its port, providing a secure connection to the sea even during times of siege.
    decorate
  • make more attractive by adding ornament, colour, etc.; "Decorate the room for the party"; "beautify yourself for the special day"
  • Make (something) look more attractive by adding ornament to it
  • Confer an award or medal on (a member of the armed forces)
  • Provide (a room or building) with a color scheme, paint, wallpaper, etc
  • award a mark of honor, such as a medal, to; "He was decorated for his services in the military"
  • deck: be beautiful to look at; "Flowers adorned the tables everywhere"
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artomatic art show 2009 washington,dc-installation
artomatic art show 2009 washington,dc-installation
click on "all sizes" above picture to see larger view day three of installation 1 may: the painting is done. the lights are up and today the art work was all hung, along with my name sign, business cards, and comment book for art loving patrons to write in. neal and i were able to finish installing in three days! of course this is largely due to my wonderful neal who worked very hard to do the painting, lights and hanging the art. and what did i do.......well.....i made the art and the picnic dinners and lavished praise and kisses on my great guy! actually neal really enjoys doing all this. we have always, through out our marriage, worked well as a team and he likes "helping out"...makes him feel part of the artomatic experience and also part of what i do in my life as an artist. he is my biggest fan and supporter. knowing he is "in my corner" really aids in my creative processes! in between hanging work we stopped for a picnic dinner. now that i have finished hanging my work i can "relax", do my volunteer shifts and come to artomatic just to check up on my space and also see what the rest of the aom-ers are doing for install and get a sneak peek at the art work before the show opens. my space turned out just as i had envisioned it. i am very pleased. done with installation!!!!!!!!!!!!! last year i painted my space lime green and it became known as "the lime green beast". this year i am painted my space orange. i wonder what it's "name" will be? artomatic art show at new artomatic space...55 m st. SE, washington dc. this is the space for one of my upcoming art shows...29 may to 5 july. artomatic is an art happening that occurs in the washington, dc area usually every year. this is the 10th year anniversary..so a special show. i have been in artomatic since 2007. there are around 800 artists that participate. not all are 2d artists. some are sculptors, musicians, dance, other performance artists (like fire eaters!), there is food, music, bars, and all sorts of happenings. it is one of the most popular shows in this area. all the art is for sale. i have had many good things happen to me art-wise with artomatic. an artist can display anything they want. this year i will be showing my pastels. the building is a new building under construction. the owner will let us have the art show there (FOR FREE...NO RENT) before he rents the building to businesses. we built walls, partitions for artists to hang their work, rooms, stages, put in lighting, etc. all the artists do the work together. it is great fun. these are the partitions artomatic used in the artomatic '08 show. this year we turned the wood inside out...the surfaces from last year, that each artist painted/decorated to suit her/his artistic creation are now facing inward. after artist selects their space they will begin to paint and hang their work. starting april 29 artomatic artists will be installing their work. the show runs 29 may-5 july. jenniferbeinhacker.com art outside the edge “old timers” share your artomatic experience....a walk down memory lane for the 10th anniversary of artomatic for blog.artomatic.org a few days ago I was approached by kira, who, along with eric, is doing the artomatic blog, to ask if I could help out with the blog. well….who could say no to kira! she is so nice (and doing a great job!). we tossed around some ideas of what might be interesting to aom-ers to read on the blog , and what might be helpful to the general public, art loving patrons and press and publicity to read. the more press and publicity that artomatic gets, the better for us all! I decided that since artomatic is chock a block full of “old timers” (hope you all don’t mind the term “old timer”!) artists…folks who have been part of artomatic for many years…and since this year the artomatic artists are fairly evenly divided between “old timers” and “newbies”….it might be fun to “take a walk down memory lane”…always nice to look back and see where artomatic has been and is now…and always good information for those new to the artomatic happening. I know lots of this “nostalgia” can be found in the artomatic archives and also all sorts of goodies in the individual artists “experience” threads on artdc. org, but……there is always a fresh perspective to be gained by “doing it again”, though this time with a slight twist. so with this in mind, coupled with the fact that this is the 10th anniversary of artomatic!!!!!, I am starting this blog. I know we all are busy right now doing installation, so perhaps you might not have the time currently to join in and add your thoughts. there is no time limit as to when you can do this. whenever you have time to share a few thoughts about your artomatic experience would be great. and remember, you can always go back and add to what you have shared. what I have
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How do I apply Sempatap? Remove any wallpaper and prepare the walls and ceilings as though you were going to decorate. SEMPATAP THERMAL is normally only applied to the inside of the external wall. If the plaster on your wall is very old and porous, apply a coat of SEMPATAP ‘A’ PRIMER and allow to dry. Apply a liberal coat of SEMPATAP ADHESIVE to the wall using the notched SEMPATAP ADHESIVE SPREADER, notched trowel or long pile roller. to one drop length area at a time. For subsequent lengths apply the SEMPATAP ADHESIVE not only to the wall but also to the edge of the previously hung length of SEMPATAP THERMAL. SEMPATAP THERMAL is applied foam side to the wall.

how to decorate a long wall
how to decorate a long wall
A Mighty Long Way: My Journey to Justice at Little Rock Central High School
When fourteen-year-old Carlotta Walls walked up the stairs of Little Rock Central High School on September 25, 1957, she and eight other black students only wanted to make it to class. But the journey of the “Little Rock Nine,” as they came to be known, would lead the nation on an even longer and much more turbulent path, one that would challenge prevailing attitudes, break down barriers, and forever change the landscape of America.

For Carlotta and the eight other children, simply getting through the door of this admired academic institution involved angry mobs, racist elected officials, and intervention by President Dwight D. Eisenhower, who was forced to send in the 101st Airborne to escort the Nine into the building. But entry was simply the first of many trials. Breaking her silence at last and sharing her story for the first time, Carlotta Walls has written an engrossing memoir that is a testament not only to the power of a single person to make a difference but also to the sacrifices made by families and communities that found themselves a part of history.

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When fourteen-year-old Carlotta Walls walked up the stairs of Little Rock Central High School on September 25, 1957, she and eight other black students only wanted to make it to class. But the journey of the “Little Rock Nine,” as they came to be known, would lead the nation on an even longer and much more turbulent path, one that would challenge prevailing attitudes, break down barriers, and forever change the landscape of America.

Descended from a line of proud black landowners and businessmen, Carlotta was raised to believe that education was the key to success. She embraced learning and excelled in her studies at the black schools she attended throughout the 1950s. With Brown v. Board of Education erasing the color divide in classrooms across the country, the teenager volunteered to be among the first black students--of whom she was the youngest--to integrate nearby Central High School, considered one of the nation’s best academic institutions.
But for Carlotta and her eight comrades, simply getting through the door was the first of many trials. Angry mobs of white students and their parents hurled taunts, insults, and threats. Arkansas’s governor used the National Guard to bar the black students from entering the school. Finally, President Dwight D. Eisenhower was forced to send in the 101st Airborne to establish order and escort the Nine into the building. That was just the start of a heartbreaking three-year journey for Carlotta, who would see her home bombed, a crime for which her own father was a suspect and for which a friend of Carlotta’s was ultimately jailed--albeit wrongly, in Carlotta’s eyes. But she persevered to the victorious end: her graduation from Central.
Breaking her silence at last and sharing her story for the first time, Carlotta Walls has written an inspiring, thoroughly engrossing memoir that is not only a testament to the power of one to make a difference but also of the sacrifices made by families and communities that found themselves a part of history.
Complete with compelling photographs of the time, A Mighty Long Way shines a light on this watershed moment in civil rights history and shows that determination, fortitude, and the ability to change the world are not exclusive to a few special people but are inherent within us all.



A Look Inside A Mighty Long Way
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The "Testament" memorial, which features life-size bronze statutes of each of the Little Rock Nine.




(Courtesy of the author)I had six of these prized admission tickets for my closest family members to attend my graduation from Central.



(Courtesy of the author)Little Rock Central High School, which the National Institute of Architects called "America's Most Beautiful School" when it was built in 1927.


(Courtesy of the author)From right: Ernest Green, Gloria Ray, Jane Hill (standing behind Gloria) and I, face the National Guard on Sept. 4, 1957, on our first attempt to enter Central; Jane never returned to Central after that day.

(Will Counts Collection: Indiana University Archives)

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