Boryeong Mud Festival – The Frame

Summer is here, and what better activity to partake in than playing in the mud? The Boryeong Mud Festival is an annual festival which takes place in Boryeong, South Korea. The first Mud Festival was staged in 1998. By 2007, the festival attracted 2.2 million visitors. The mineral-rich mud is dug up near Boryeong, trucked to the Daecheon beach area, and dumped at a “Mud Experience Land.” Some of the final weekend participants are foreign tourists, but most of the participants during the week are Koreans. Here is a great collection of photos by The Frame Boryeong Mud Festival – The Frame



January 16, 2017

20 Nature-Inspired Embroidery to Melt Away the Winter Blues

As the holly jolly holidays have long past and we find ourselves in the middle of January, it’s natural to long for an escape from the dreary conditions winter brings—freezing temperatures, barren trees, and gloomy skies. While it may feel like March is a million months away, art is always a savior you can turn to for emotion refuge. In this case, you can spring forward with a cheerful collection of nature-inspired embroidery to melt away the winter blues.

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January 15, 2017

Literature-Loving Writers Can Now Work in Mark Twain’s Library

To seek intellectual inspiration, budding writers often turn to the works of the world’s most celebrated authors. While flipping through their most beloved books is a good start, the Mark Twain House & Museum has a better idea: why not share their workspace? Recently, the museum has announced plans to open Mark Twain’s library to the public, inviting literature-loving writers to quite literally follow in Twain’s footsteps.

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