Zinadia Serebriakova portraits, eye contact Show more
@aparrish Zinadia Serebriakova was a 19th/20th century Russian artist - I think she's mostly known for her paintings but I always associate her with these fantastic pastel sketches. I love how much artistry is in the less-refined parts of them, and how amazingly they sit with the detailed faces
Comment on dit 'take your patriarchy and shove it up your ass' en français ?
Je cherche le sens des mots, pas le traduction direct.
Things I take for granted but turn out to be kind of difficult to do well: evaluation form design.
It's funny, because I have a really simple format for evaluation at the end of each training day that isn't the last. I know what I want to learn from students so I can tweak the next day's agenda, slides and exercises. But overall evaluation at the end? omgwtfbbq
@JordiGH Thanks, the nice thing about a comic is that it's all so contextual that I can generally fill in what unfamiliar words must mean. I think I'm missing more in terms of local references, having only spent a few days in Montreal, but that's the sort of thing one has to really spend a while in a place to pick up....
And yeah, "STOP" on signs all over Europe is weird, especially in places that don't use that word in speech.
Just today, I heard from a colleague who has a related problem. The pizza joint analogy would be "We'll buy half of your pizza-making capacity for a year for a reasonable price, but you won't see a penny of the payment until we get paid by this grant, some unknown number of weeks or months after you've delivered the last pizza".
The Nature of Christmas https://www.flickr.com/photos/ochre_jelly/45311787505/in/photostream/ [CW: lego snowspider]
retoot this and I’ll send u a sea creature pic based on my first impression of u