International Artists Day activities


The best way to celebrate International Artists Day is to support your local artists. It’s amazing that talent can be found in every corner of our world, so there’s a high chance that an artist lives very close to you. So if you know one, try to help them and encourage them to showcase their talent to the world. There are many ways you can help them by organizing an event for them and giving them a platform, and you can also give them suggestions on how to improve their skills by suggesting an academy for example.

It’s time you bring out your inner artist, let’s rewind a little bit in your memories and try to remember the activity that you enjoyed the most in your youth and later because with your life you left it for years. So use this day as an opportunity to immerse yourself in the world of art according to your interests, from simple paintings to performing arts such as dancing or singing, etc.

Museums and art galleries can be another way to celebrate this day, and many of them offer creative arts classes. So visit your local arts venues and maybe sign up for something that will add a new skill of self-expression to your life. Otherwise, if you don’t have time for that, then no need to worry either as you can spend this day simply admiring the art around you. You can also help artists around the world by funding many art organizations around the world that help artists around the world.

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on this day 10/25 2001- It was announced that scientists had unearthed the remains of an ancient crocodile which lived 110 million years ago. The animal, found in Gadoufaoua, Niger, grew as long as 40 feet and weighed as much as eight metric tons.


1415 – In Northern France, England won the Battle of Agincourt over France during the Hundred Years’ War. Almost 6000 Frenchmen were killed while fewer than 400 were lost by the English.

1812 – During the War of 1812, the U.S. frigate United States captured the British vessel Macedonian.

1854 – The Charge of the Light Brigade took place during the Crimean War. The British were winning the Battle of Balaclava when Lord James Cardigan received an order to attack the Russians. He took his troops into a valley and suffered 40 percent caualties. Later it was revealed that the order was the result of confusion and was not given intentionally.

1870 – The first U.S. trademark was given. The recipient was the Averill Chemical Paint Company of New York City.

1881 – The founder of “Cubism,” Pablo Picasso, was born in Malaga, Spain.

1917 – The Bolsheviks (Communists) under Vladimir Ilyich Lenin seized power in Russia.

1929 – Alber B. Fall, of U.S. President Harding‘s cabinet, was found guilty of taking a bribe. He was sentenced to a year in prison and fined $100,000.

1939 – “The Time of Your Life,” by William Saroyan, opened in New York.

1951 – In Panmunjom, peace talks concerning the Korean War resumed after 63 days.

1954 – A U.S. cabinet meeting was televised for the first time.

1955 – The microwave oven, for home use, was introduced by The Tappan Company.

1958 – U.S. Marines withdrew from Beirut, Lebanon. They had been sent in on July 25, 1958, to protect the nation’s pro-Western government.

1960 – The Accutron watch by the Bulova Watch Company was introduced.

1962 – U.S. Ambassador Adlai Stevenson presented photographic evidence to the United Nations Security Council. The photos were of Soviet missile bases in Cuba.

1962 – American author John Steinbeck was awarded the Nobel Prize in literature.

1971 – The U.N. General Assembly voted to expel Taiwan and admit mainland China.

1983 – U.S. troops and soldiers from six Caribbean nations invaded  `Grenada to restore order and provide protection to U.S. citizens after a recent coup within Grenada’s Communist (pro-Cuban) government.

1990 – It was announced by U.S. Defense Secretary Dick Cheney that the Pentagon was planning to send 100,000 more troops to Saudi Arabia.

2000 – AT&T Corp. announced that it would restructure into a family of four separately traded companies (consumer, business, broadband and wireless).

2001 – It was announced that scientists had unearthed the remains of an ancient crocodile which lived 110 million years ago. The animal, found in Gadoufaoua, Niger, grew as long as 40 feet and weighed as much as eight metric tons.