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Facebook Twitter Print Email Brussels mural paints positive picture of ecosystem renewal 3 October 2021 Climate and Environment A Spanish artist is using a giant 40-metre-high artwork painted on the side of a building in the Belgian capital, Brussels, to pose questions about climate change and the effect it’s having on global ecosystems. (...) Art sparking dialogue Painting immense artworks in public spaces ignites a direct interaction between spectator and mural from the moment the painting process begins, according to the artist. (...) Creating positive change @ superkant for @ StreetArtMankind Lula Goce, says she has had to overcome her fear of heights to paint the 40-metre-high mural. Artists painting such murals need to be both physically and mentally strong, particularly as they often work in changeable weather conditions.
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Score: 1010872.2 - https://news.un.org/en/story/2021/10/1101592
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Bureau of Statistics, work unit of the Policy Integration Department ILO is a specialized agency of the United Nations About the ILO Topics Regions Meetings and events Publications Research Labour standards Statistics and databases Français | Español | FAQs | Contact us     Home page Introduction to occupational classifications   ISCO-08   Structure, definitions and correspondence tables     Eurostat Discussion Forum   ISCO-88   Structure & Definitions Alphabetical Index   ISCO-68   Major, Minor and Unit Groups Publication   ISCO-58   Major, Minor and Unit Groups Publication   Web Discussion Join Web Discussion   Papers and articles       2452 SCULPTORS, PAINTERS AND RELATED ARTISTS   Sculptors, painters and related artists create and execute works of art by sculpting, painting, drawing, creating cartoons, engraving or using related techniques. Tasks include - (a) creating representational or abstract three-dimensional or relief forms by shaping and combining materials such as wood, stone, clay or metal; (b) creating representational or abstract drawings and paintings using pencils, ink, chalk, oil paints, water colours or through the application of other techniques; (c) creating drawings and engraving or etching them on metal, wood, or other materials; (d) creating cartoons to depict persons and events, often in caricature; (e) creating and executing designs and illustrations for books, magazines, advertising and similar purposes; (f) restoring damaged, soiled and faded paintings and other art objects; (g) painting miniatures; (h) per-forming related tasks; (i) supervising other workers.
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Score: 1010416 - www.ilo.org/public/engl...reau/stat/isco/isco88/2452.htm
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Bureau of Statistics, work unit of the Policy Integration Department ILO is a specialized agency of the United Nations About the ILO Topics Regions Meetings and events Publications Research Labour standards Statistics and databases Français | Español | FAQs | Contact us     Home page Introduction to occupational classifications   ISCO-08   Structure, definitions and correspondence tables     Eurostat Discussion Forum   ISCO-88   Structure & Definitions Alphabetical Index   ISCO-68   Major, Minor and Unit Groups Publication   ISCO-58   Major, Minor and Unit Groups Publication   Web Discussion Join Web Discussion   Papers and articles       2452 SCULPTORS, PAINTERS AND RELATED ARTISTS   Sculptors, painters and related artists create and execute works of art by sculpting, painting, drawing, creating cartoons, engraving or using related techniques. Tasks include - (a) creating representational or abstract three-dimensional or relief forms by shaping and combining materials such as wood, stone, clay or metal; (b) creating representational or abstract drawings and paintings using pencils, ink, chalk, oil paints, water colours or through the application of other techniques; (c) creating drawings and engraving or etching them on metal, wood, or other materials; (d) creating cartoons to depict persons and events, often in caricature; (e) creating and executing designs and illustrations for books, magazines, advertising and similar purposes; (f) restoring damaged, soiled and faded paintings and other art objects; (g) painting miniatures; (h) per-forming related tasks; (i) supervising other workers.
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Score: 1010416 - https://www.ilo.org/public/eng...reau/stat/isco/isco88/2452.htm
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The painting contest in the electoral field VotART Junior 2022 has nominated its winners | United Nations Development Programme Skip to main content Moldova Who we are What we do Our impact Get involved English Română Global Nav toggle Search Who we are What we do Our impact Get involved English Locations Back Select Language Română Home Moldova The painting contest in the electoral field VotART Junior 2022 has nominated its winners The painting contest in the electoral field VotART Junior 2022 has nominated its winners October 24, 2022 The 2022 edition of the electoral painting contest VotART Junior 2022, jointly organized by the Centre for Continuous Electoral Training (CCET), in partnership with the School of Fine Arts "Alexei Șciusev", has finished. (...) Together with our partners, we have decided to organise a painting contest on the thematic of democracy and elections. (...) For ten days, all the canvas paintings produced within VotART Junior 2022 will be presented in an exhibition at the National Art Museum of Moldova.
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Score: 1008793.7 - https://www.undp.org/moldova/p...2022-has-nominated-its-winners
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Moreover, children’s innate curiosity and their age-appropriate hand-to-mouth behaviour result in their mouthing and swallowing lead-containing or lead-coated objects, such as contaminated soil or dust and flakes from decaying lead-containing paint. This route of exposure is magnified in children with a psychological disorder called pica (persistent and compulsive cravings to eat non-food items), who may pick away at and eat leaded paint from walls, door frames and furniture. (...) However, more needs to be done to phase out lead paint; so far, only 45% of countries have introduced legally binding controls on lead paint . (...) WHO is also a partner in a project funded by the Global Environment Facility that aims to support at least 40 countries in enacting legally binding controls on lead paint  (3). The phasing out of lead paint by 2020 is one of the priority actions for governments included in the WHO  Road map to enhance health sector engagement in the Strategic Approach to International Chemicals Management towards the 2020 goal and beyond .    
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Score: 1007937.3 - https://www.who.int/news-room/...tail/lead-poisoning-and-health
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Moreover, children’s innate curiosity and their age-appropriate hand-to-mouth behaviour result in their mouthing and swallowing lead-containing or lead-coated objects, such as contaminated soil or dust and flakes from decaying lead-containing paint. This route of exposure is magnified in children with a psychological disorder called pica (persistent and compulsive cravings to eat non-food items), who may pick away at and eat leaded paint from walls, door frames and furniture. (...) However, more needs to be done to phase out lead paint; so far, only 45% of countries have introduced legally binding controls on lead paint . (...) WHO is also a partner in a project funded by the Global Environment Facility that aims to support at least 40 countries in enacting legally binding controls on lead paint  (3). The phasing out of lead paint by 2020 is one of the priority actions for governments included in the WHO  Road map to enhance health sector engagement in the Strategic Approach to International Chemicals Management towards the 2020 goal and beyond .    
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Score: 1007937.3 - https://www.who.int/en/news-ro...tail/lead-poisoning-and-health
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The painting shows peasants at work in a rice field in Ceylon, modern day Sri Lanka, with some aspects of the various stages of cultivation – ploughing, sowing, transplanting, harvesting and threshing. (...) Sri Lanka’s ancient heritage built was on rice production and flourished by means of complex, ingenious and extensive irrigation works which predominated over wide areas. The painting symbolizes the efforts of a developing country trying to raise its standards of living.  (...) Donor Region:  Asia and the Pacific Group Donor:  Sri Lanka Classification:  Paintings & Works on Paper Materials:  Oil on canvas Medium:  Oil on canvas Location (Building):  General Assembly (GA) Location floor:  2nd Floor Donation Date:  December 16, 1965 Artist or Maker:  Senaka Senanayake Dimensions:  60 ½ x 96 ½ in.
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Score: 1007783.2 - https://www.un.org/ungifts/rice-cultivators-ceylon
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This has prevented most from being able to earn money through daily labour. "Painting means life to me..." “Painting means life to me, I don’t want to be separated from it,” said Solomon, as he displayed his sketches and drawings. (...) Even so, because art is a necessary thing for me, for my life, my friends and other people around me help in whatever way they can by providing some items for painting and drawing.” Solomon has been drawing and painting since he was a young child. (...) “I honestly would prefer to spend everything I have on materials to paint. But life is very difficult and it is not easy to focus on painting when there are other really important things that are priorities for us, necessities for us to survive,” he said.
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Score: 1007241.1 - https://www.unhcr.org/uk/news/...pe-eritrean-refugee-libya.html
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This has prevented most from being able to earn money through daily labour. "Painting means life to me..." “Painting means life to me, I don’t want to be separated from it,” said Solomon, as he displayed his sketches and drawings. (...) Even so, because art is a necessary thing for me, for my life, my friends and other people around me help in whatever way they can by providing some items for painting and drawing.” Solomon has been drawing and painting since he was a young child. (...) “I honestly would prefer to spend everything I have on materials to paint. But life is very difficult and it is not easy to focus on painting when there are other really important things that are priorities for us, necessities for us to survive,” he said.
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Score: 1007241.1 - https://www.unhcr.org/en-my/ne...pe-eritrean-refugee-libya.html
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This has prevented most from being able to earn money through daily labour. "Painting means life to me..." “Painting means life to me, I don’t want to be separated from it,” said Solomon, as he displayed his sketches and drawings. (...) Even so, because art is a necessary thing for me, for my life, my friends and other people around me help in whatever way they can by providing some items for painting and drawing.” Solomon has been drawing and painting since he was a young child. (...) “I honestly would prefer to spend everything I have on materials to paint. But life is very difficult and it is not easy to focus on painting when there are other really important things that are priorities for us, necessities for us to survive,” he said.
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Score: 1007241.1 - https://www.unhcr.org/en-au/ne...pe-eritrean-refugee-libya.html
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