Letter to All the Creative Minds Of the World – Be the Miracle Workers We Need



Dear Brothers and Sisters of Poetry and Art,

Today more than yesterday we are urged to write this letter to move your sensible and wonderful souls to action. This is not a simple call for submissions for a magazine, this is a call to take part of the healing process of this wounded world. These days are shaken by events that are mining the base of humanity. From Coronavirus to Brexit, from terrorism to the environmental issues. Continue reading

The Ramingo’s Porch – “DIG” An Artwork By Aayushi Kadam

Art Submission - Aayushi Kadam




I was falling, Am I fallen?
I was bleeding, was it orange?
It was dark, was it charcoal?
When happiness pops up in your mind but you know it’s always in darkness.

Aayushi Kadam works with orange color and charcoal on butter paper. Using all these materials she has being creating some art which she would like to share.

The sensuality of “She wolf” by Giuseppe Graziosi

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Every tourist would be amazed by visiting the Graziosi’s gipsothèque in Modena. We at the RAMINGO! Blog were fascinated to by these works and, in particular, by the wild beauty of the sculpture “She wolf”, so we would like to tell you the story linked to this plaster sculpture. Continue reading

Vancouver Art Book Fair – Application Deadline Extended


The seventh annual Vancouver Art Book Fair is a multi-day festival of artists’ publishing that showcases dozens of local and international exhibitors who produce everything from books, magazines, zines and printed ephemera to digital, performative or other experimental forms of publication. Artists’ projects and reading rooms will activate the Michael O’Brian Exhibition Commons and Ron Burnett Library + Learning Commons at the Emily Carr University of Art + Design. Hourly talks and performances by artists from across Canada and the globe will take place in the Artists’ Book Room and the Reliance Theatre. Continue reading