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#TAAP6 – The Unicorn Awards

The Unicorn Awards

From its inception, we’ve pushed to evolve The Annex Art Party into a living piece of art, where patrons can walk through captivating environments created by Unicorns. The Unicorn Awards bring that idea to life, as they help artists build currency online and in person. 

Creating a show within a show, The Unicorn Awards are given to reward the artists who create the most memorable experiences at our shows. Event attendees are encouraged to cast their Unicorn Awards votes at the show, on our website, and through our social media pages.

The event launches today. Voting will continue throughout November, and the winning Unicorns will be awarded at the Potluck Meetup on November 24th at 3:00PM.

Unicorn Awards Voting System

  • In-Person (The Annex Art Party) : 7 points
  • On CreativeUTO.ca Website: 5 points
  • Instagram Likes and Comments : 3 points
  • Facebook Likes and Comments : 3 points 
     

The Unicorn Awards is an event within The Annex Art Party and is the engine that keeps it moving forward online and at the event throughout the winter season. It has been designed to maximize #UnicornAwards #TAAP6 #TOArtGiftIdeas and is open to all Canadian artists. Artists must directly participate through a program of CreativeUTO in order to receive awards.

 

Award Categories Include:

 

TAAP6 Phase 3 - The Unicorn Awards 2019 (phase 3)  flyer

The Annex Art Party 6 – Unicorn Awards, Viral Videos, #TOArtGiftIdeas (Phase 3)

The Annex Art Party 6 - Unicorn Awards, Viral Videos, #TOArtGiftIdeas (Phase 3)  

TAAP6 - The Annex Art Party

A holiday pop-up market for up to 60 vendors that feature positive vibes for a creative community. Emerging artists of Toronto can connect through a series of beautifully choreographed events that include vending their art, mixing and mingling, and performing live art like dance or music. The event also offers food and beverages to artists and vendors alike.

Let us know you're coming. RSVP on Facebook

https://www.facebook.com/events/372048533660708/ 

 
 
Use these hashtags
  • Use hashtags #CUTO #CreativeUTO #TAAP6 #TOArtGiftIdeas on social media

Follow on IG

@CreativeUTO.ca and @TOArtGiftIdeas

 

The Unicorn Awards

From its inception, we’ve pushed to evolve The Annex Art Party into a living piece of art, where patrons can walk through captivating environments created by Unicorns. The Unicorn Awards bring that idea to life, as they help artists build currency online and in person. 

Creating a show within a show, The Unicorn Awards are given to reward the artists who create the most memorable experiences at our shows. Event attendees are encouraged to cast their Unicorn Awards votes at the show, on our website, and through our social media pages.

The event and voting will continue throughout November, and the winning Unicorns will be awarded at the Potluck Meetup on November 24th at 3:00PM.

Unicorn Awards Voting System

  • In Person (The Annex Art Party) : 7 points
  • On Our Website www.CreativeUTO.ca/UVote2019 : 5 points
  • Instagram Likes and Comments : 3 points
  • Facebook Likes and Comments : 3 points 
     

The Unicorn Awards is an event within The Annex Art Party and is the engine that keeps it moving forward online and at the event throughout the winter season. It has been designed to maximize #UnicornAwards #TAAP6 #TOArtGiftIdeas and is open to all Canadian artists. Artists must directly participate through a program of CreativeUTO in order to receive awards.

 

Go to www.CreativeUTO.ca/UVote2019 to vote

Award Categories Include:

Live Painting of the Fall: Focuses on live creation. Artists will have six hours to capture the philosophy of the event: #FindYrSunshine 

Best Art Installation: Focuses on the best table presentation. This strongly encourages artists to start thinking beyond a table and set up creative art installations.

Best Art of the Fall: Focuses on a single piece of work that captures and defines the philosophy of the event. Winner will be presented an award/certificate.

Emerging Artist of 2019: Focuses on new artists, who have never been featured at a TAAP event before, and achieve the most volume of interest.

Cosplayer of the Fall: Focuses on living art. We encourage artists and patrons alike to be creative and dress freely. Turn yourself into a work of art and the best piece wins an award.

Tinkerer of the Fall: Focuses on artists who create handmade objects, such as arts and crafts, jewelry, enamel pins, Steampunk, etc. The artist with the most volume on Instagram will be awarded Tinkerer of the Fall.

Curator of the Fall: Focuses on art collectors. Art curators are welcome at the event, including collectors, galleries, or personal collections. The curator with the most volume will win an award.

Performer of the Fall: Focuses on recorded art. Videos of our performers will be uploaded on Instagram and the performer with the most volume will receive an award. 

Artists Talk Solution Unicorn of the Month: Focuses on popularity and impact. This Unicorn Award is reserved for artists with the most volume on CreativeUTO. 

 

Cute little Doggo is not included :p  

 

New Award: Unicorn of the Month

The Unicorn of the Month Award is based on the interviews we publish on CUTO Marketplace. This award is designed to highlight trending artists, based on their accumulated volume of pageviews, sales, shares, likes, and comments.

Go to www.CreativeUTO.ca/UVote2019 to vote

 

Potluck Meetup - Viral Marketing Strategy

A weekly event where we gather for four hours, share our food and culture, what it means to be creative entrepreneurs, and collaborate on each other's project outlines through a design and thinking process.

RSVP on Facebook 

RSVP on Meetup

 

TOArtGiftIdeas - Toronto Art Gift Ideas

By registering for The Annex Art Party 6, artists and their work will be entered into our photobook. These art pieces will be resold online through our social media channels - TOArtGiftIdeas and CreativeUTO.ca. Individual pieces sold will be split 40/60 towards the artists, in order to assist CreativeUTO with overhead costs.

 

This Is A Unicorn - Viral Video

Video Content (What to Record):

  • Who you are
  • What you do
  • Website or social media page
  • Introduce The Unicorn Awards
  • Ask fans for their vote

 

Next Steps for Participating Artists 

  • Go to this Google Drive to download your videos flyers, and upload your art
  • Make sure to name/tag your art, tell us the medium and $$$ price
  • Create your video or send us a picture to represent you
  • Use hashtags #CUTO #CreativeUTO #TAAP6 #TOArtGiftIdeas on social media
  • Submit your pictures with names, mediums, prices, and tag with your Instagram handle
  • Attend The Annex Art Party for a chance to receive more points!
  • CreativeUTO will post and promote the video to invite our followers
  • CreativeUTO will pay for advertisement on Instagram and YouTube through our channels
  • CreativeUTO will distribute flyers on Bloor and Bathurst to promote the hashtags

 

Go to www.CreativeUTO.ca/UVote2019 to vote

 

#TAAP6 – Ray Art, Zoe Bu & Art in the AM. Toronto Artists Win Unicorn Awards

Toronto Artists Win Unicorn Awards

Hello, world!

The Unicorn Awards were introduced for #TAAP5 as a way for peers, industry insiders, and the CUTO Creative team to recognize and vote for those who have a positive influence on our creative community.

The categories included best dressed (cosplay is encouraged), best setup, and best live painter.

Click here – to see The Unicorn Awards 2018

 

 

All Year Round

The goal is to expand the integration of the Unicorn Awards beyond just the event heading into #TAAP6. We want to award unicorns who interact with us through social media, projects, and through our event.

This year we'll be handing out numerous awards. There will be some returning from the previous events as well as some new ones.

Click here - for more info about #TAAP6

 

Unicorn of the Month

One of those new awards is Unicorn of the Month.

Unicorn of the Month is based on the interviews we publish on CUTO Marketplace. It is designed to highlight trending artists. Trending on CUTO is based on accumulated volume (Volume = Page views, sales, shares, likes, and comments).

 

Unicorn of the Month

Below is a list of all our trending artists between June and April 2019.

June – The Passionate Art of Ray

 

 

June starts with the Passionate Art of Ray, who has been one of the most visited artists in our marketplace since he was published.

Another popular artist is the bold and vibrant Alex Leon.

The interdimensional art of Cynthia Van Leeuwen rounds off the top 3,

immediately followed by creative directors Helena Una George

and The multidisciplinary art of Gail Braith.

In June,

Creative Entrepreneurs also used resources to

analyze a business opportunity,

how to network online and offline,

and 10 places to submit art

 

May -- The Intuitive Fluid Abstract Paintings of Tokoroii

 

The abstract painting journal of Tokoroii had the most volume in May. Zoe Bu identifies as a gender-fluid, pan-romantic demisexual and gives us one of the most insightful interviews in our marketplace.

Raymond Art,

Helen Una George,

and Art in the AM roundup May with the most volume for that month.

In May Unicorns also brushed up on their skills in our articles like:

9 best supply stores,

5 success principals,

5 rehearsal spaces,

social media advice,

and how to create murals in Toronto.

 

April - Art in the AM wins April

 

Art in the AM was published last year on August 23rd and has remained a popular artist ever since; she wins her Unicorn Award this year!

April 2019 is rounded up by creative director Helen Una George,

Ray Art,

Cynthia Van Leeuwen,

and Desire Betty who was also published last year.

In April, creative entrepreneurs also read up on

success principles for artists,

supply stores

and rehearsal spaces in Toronto,

social media advice,

and a service provide by Paula Cowan; the 80/20 rule of job searching.

 

Vote – Help us Award Unicorns Until August 31st – #TAAP5

Vote for your favorite artist?

The Unicorn Awards have been extended until Aug 31st. Let us know about your favorite artist exclusively on CreativeUTO.ca/uvote  

Patrons

  • Write in your name under the category you're entered

Vote counts (have been readjusted)

Votes are separated in to 3 categories,

  • Vote from industry insider is 4 points
  • Write-in vote in Google form 3 points
  • Instagram comment gets 2 points
  • 1 heart on that comment gets 1 point.

Categories

Schedule

  • Starts Monday August 27th (11:59 pm)
  • Ends August 31st (11:59 pm)
  • Results on September 1st

Artists – next steps

  • Download the picture category you're participating in
  • tell your fans to go to UVote page
  • Use hashtags #CUTO and #TAAP5

 

Al Runt to Help Award Unicorns for The Annex Art Party 5

Have you gone to Al Runt's 3D Show?

It's a wonderful display of color that fully immerses you into the mind of artist Alex Currie. Over the years I've always seen Al's work downtown around Kensington Market, but it wasn't until I walked into Hashtag Gallery for a show that I understood the exorbitant amount of detail that goes into his
art.The artist doesn't just create, it’s like creation is driving him, it is him. His world is one full of hugable monsters with emotions, some angry, others happy, but all with charm, just living their lives.

Every time I blinked I caught new details, further expanding on or completely changing the narrative I’m building for them in my head, a real-life Alice in Wonderland.

Al Runt doesn't just create murals, he breathes universes into existence. He’s created some of the most iconic murals of the city, including one at Lee's Palace. It is my pleasure to announce that Al will be at The Annex Art Party this year to help us award Unicorns for The Artist of the Summer.
Cheers!

 

About Alex Currie

Alex Currie, better known by his artistic moniker RUNT or Al Runt, began his art career in Toronto’s underground scene in the early ’80s, drawing posters to hang around the Cameron House and eventually landing the gig to paint the now-iconic mural outside Lee’s Palace. He and his army of neon monsters and rascally creatures amassed a devoted following among musicians and other artists, as the Lee’s mural made the venue one of the city’s most recognizable buildings.

Visit Al Runt's website here

 

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Good Foot Delivery’s Ari Margolis To Help Award Unicorns #TAAP5

What is wealth?

Every night after he finishes working for Good Foot Delivery, Ari dedicates time to making sure the Annex is turned over for the morning. Sometimes he doesn’t leave until 2am, but instead stays behind changing garbages, cleaning floors, wiping counters, finding dishes, and moving chairs.

It took me some time to get used to it. At first I hated the noise late at night, but then I came to appreciate it. I learned a valuable lesson.

That is wealth.

Not the money we have, but our actions, and whether or not they give back. You can tell by the way the world greets him with love that his actions do.

In rain, snow, or the middle of summer, Ari turns the Annex over; it doesn’t matter the condition, doesn’t matter the mood. No excuses, he just does it and he doesn’t ask anything for it. That’s the reflection of a rich person and infinite thanks he receives is his wealth, it's what makes him rich.

It’s my pleasure to announce that he will be one of the industry insiders at The Annex Art Party on Saturday August 25th at CSI Annex

 

My name is Ari Margolis. I work for Good Foot Delivery in a few different roles. I work as a Courier, I Train New Courier, I Dispatch Courier on Delivery and Do a bit a Sales. Good Foot Delivery is a same delivery service that employ people with Devopmental Disabilities to deliver packages in the Toronto area using Public. Transit. I have been with Good Foot Delivery for about 6 and half years or so and I have never enjoyed a job so much. We got back in employing people with Devopmental Disabilities in the last year or so. but before that we were employing people with Multiple Disabilities. I am visually impaired and have a learning disability. I believe the reason for hiring people with Developmental Disabilities is because we have long waiting list to get in with us and keeps growing. For more info about Good Foot Delivery pleased go to www.goodfootdelivery.com .
I Know Michael Bole’ from Center for Social Innovation Bathurst location. Good Foot Delivery is based out 720 Bathurst Street in Toronto location. Michael Bole also works out of the Center for Social Innovation Bathurst location. He is running the Annex Art Show and does a great job at it. The Center Social Innovation is a Communal work space. Where everyone is doing a Social Good of some kind. For more info on Center for Social Innovation.
Please go to www.socailinnoavtion.org
I was asked by Michael BoIe’ to be Judge at The Annex Art Show on Aug 25 2018. I am going to be one of Judges Judging the Table Displays. This something I have never done before. I am looking forward to it. I feel honored to be asked by Michael Bole’ to be a Judge at The Annex Art Party./
 

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#TAAP5 – The Annex Art Party: Unicorn Awards Event Outline

  • Vendors - The deadline to register and buy your space is on August 22th, 2018.

Vendors click through to register your table

https://tinyurl.com/zuqwgtx

Patrons the 1st 50 get food and wine

https://www.facebook.com/events/1801850766548149/

The Annex Art Party

Creative community + positive vibes

  • The Annex Art Party is an event featuring positive vibes for a creative community; emerging artists of Toronto can connect through a series of beautifully choreographed events that include vending their art, mixing and mingling, and performing live art like dance or music. The event also offers food and beverages to artists and vendors alike.

The theme for TAAP5 is Find Your Sunshine

Event dates

  • The deadline to register and buy your space is on August 22nd, 2018.
  • The event will be hosted on Saturday, August 25th.

Event schedule

  • Setup starts at 1 p.m. For vendors
  • doors open to the public at 2:30 p.m.

Wine, Cheese & Soul Food

  • First 50 event goers get a free meal and beer at the bar.

Performers start

  • Performances start at 2:30 p.m.

Unicorn Awards

I'm introducing award show for #TAAP5 #FindYrSunshine – Voting will be done at the event through ballots as well as on the @CreativeUTO IG page for most hearts and or comments (let's call it volume).

  • Voting for Unicorn Awards starts at 3 p.m. on IG
  • Voting on the floor starts at 2:30 p.m.
  • Eventgoers and Judges walk around with ballots of artists to visit
  • Votes are counted and revealed at 6 p.m.
  • The awards will be presented to artists starting at 6:00 p.m.

Golden Unicorns

  • Artists who get the most votes get golden unicorns
  • Runner ups get silver unicorns

The categories will be

Live painting of the summer – You have 6 hours to capture the philosophy of the event, which is #FindYrSunshine
Best art installation - focusing on the best table presentation Strongly encouraging artist to start thinking beyond a table and set up art installations?
Art of the Summer - Focusing on a single piece of work that captures and defines the philosophy of the event with an award/certificate presented to the artist.
Emerging Artist of 2018 - Is awarded to an artist who has never featured at a TAAP event before with the most volume
Cosplayer of the summer - We encourage artist and patrons alike to be creative and dress free. Come in as a work of art and get the most volume and win.
Tinkerer of the Summer – Are you in to arts and craft? Jewelry? Enamel pins? Steampunk? The artist with the most volume on IG gets Tinkerer of the Summer
Curator of the Summer – Art curators are welcome, this includes collectors, galleries, or if you have your own collection. Curator with the most volume wins
Performer of the Summer – Videos of our performers will be uploaded on IG, and the performer with the most volume wins

Note: All votes are separated in to 3 categories,

  • The vote their top 3 most memorable artists (each category)
  • event vote top 3, gives up to 3 points
  • Instagram comment gets 2 points
  • and 1 heart gets 1 point.

Judges

  • Judges award their own set of points to artists
  • Will include industry insiders, art collectors, and art experts
  • The panel of judges will award the judges favorites, at 5pm
  • as well as with Unicorn Plaques

#TAAP5 – Maurice Tan Art 3rd Judge Added to Unicorn Awards

Born in 1982, Maurice Tan is a self-taught abstract artist living in Toronto. He works with acrylic paint and mediums. His focus is on abstract paintings, as well as semi-abstract figurative and portrait paintings. For his abstract work, colors, layering, and texture are the main focal points. The themes of his abstract paintings include city life and nature. The way colors and texture blend harmoniously in nature is something that really inspires him. His city paintings show interesting colors and texture around Toronto, including the rustic look of old buildings in the downtown area. He finds inspiration while observing city life at dusk, when colors, light, and movement are at their peak. A surreal and dream like presentation can be found in Maurice's figurative and portrait work. Figures and faces are generally distorted. The distortions range from mild to extreme. He conveys different human emotions through distorted facial expressions. The focus is on the eyes in the majority of Maurice's portrait paintings. To the viewer, it presents the emotion and personality of each character. Maurice's work can be found in several galleries around Toronto as well as in private collections in Canada, U.S. India, and the U.K.

What do you do? 
Semi-abstract portraits and figurative work, as well as modern abstract paintings

What are you working on right now? 
A new series of portrait paintings

Why did you get started?
I started doing my art because it's the best way for me to express my emotions and thoughts from my mind. I've always been fascinated with the way we are able to transfer things from our minds onto the canvas.

Describe your creative process?
My creative process begins with basic colors, patterns, and/or textures as background. The main subject, is then painted in a way that comes naturally for me. I avoid accuracy and focus on the subject as a whole. Imperfections or accidental smudges for example, are fine with me, as imperfections will be found through out the painting. When viewed as a whole, everything comes together despite lack of accuracy. That smudge on the painting? It happened as I was creating it, so I tend to leave it. I don't like to spend too much time on any one area in the painting as I prefer to keep a steady flow from beginning to end, and I like my work to have somewhat of a dirty look. I stop when I feel the painting is complete. I usually know this because eventually I reach a point where I can't think of anything else to add to the painting.

Who is your art for? 
My art is for anyone who is looking for an alternative to what is considered beautiful art in a traditional sense. It is important because it's raw, without any filters placed on top. It's my feelings that I've translated onto canvas without doing anything extra to lighten the mood.

If you could tell your younger self anything what would it be and why? 
I would tell my younger self to begin working on my art asap. My only regret is starting my art late, at the age of 32. It makes me wonder where my style and techniques would be today, if I had started when I was a teenager.

What are your views on homelessness, mental health in the arts community?

I think it's very important to have more attention focused on homelessness and mental health in the arts community. It has been shown that art is very therapeutic for everyone, including those suffering from mental illness. There are many talented artists who happen to be homeless. Despite being homeless, they continue to create. Therefore, I believe that more shelters together with education would be very beneficial in helping the homeless.

What is your Instagram (or Portfolio) Url? 

www.instagram.com/mauricetanart/

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Congolese Dancer Fumu Jahmez Returns for #TAAP5

About being a knucklehead: an elder once told me that as a Congolese brother I have the lineage of one thousand ancestors coursing through me and that I should listen to the universe and trust what it's telling me.

Fumu says in his interview that he needs to be connected to himself in his artistic process; this immediately struck a cord with me. It strikes a cord because I believe channeling oneself is one passage towards mastery; being able to look at ourselves in the mirror and accept ourselves, including the monsters that haunt us.

It is important to learn to connect with those monsters, become a single entity with them, and dare I say, let them drive us. Somewhere along the lines of this meditation process there is a spark that moves us, a spark that explodes into dance. This explosion is what Fumu Jahmez brings to the table every time I see him dance at events, including the Annex Art Party. 

Fumu returns for a 3rd time at The Annex Art Party #TAAP5 at 720 Bathurst Street starting at 2:00pm on Saturday August 25th.

Congolese dancer Fumu Jahmez

Fumu Jahmez, I am Congolese born artist who came to Canada as a child. I grew up in Quebec City and Toronto.

What do you do? 

I am multidisciplinary artist who engages in dance, song, poetry, teaching, playing instruments and percussion. I also write songs and arrange music.

What are you working on right now?*

I am currently working on a musical project

Why did you get started?

I got started because of the fire that was burning inside of me and my parents supported my artistic qualities.

Describe your creative process?

I need to be connected with myself in order to create. Spending time alone at times is what helps me translate the things I see and hear in my mind. Aligning myself with people who can help bring the vision alive is also extremely important. Being genuine with the creation is a requirement and it has to truly speak to me first.

Who is your art for? Why is it important?

My art is for me and everyone it reaches. It is important because I was created to bring a contribution on earth with gifts given to me. It is important because it keeps me healthy emotionally, mentally and physically and that translate to others as well.

If you could tell your younger self anything what would it be and why? 

To only put your energy on something you love doing and to do it wholeheartedly because it is easy to get lost in other people's dreams and visions.

What are your views on homelessness, mental health in the arts community?

My views on these issues are that we need balance where people lose it abs we should create less of a stigma around people who are experiencing these things in the arts community. Healing can be obtained through the arts for people to find their centre again.

What is your Instagram (or Portfolio) Url? *

fumujahmez

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Twenty One Toys’ Sarah Cuddie to Help Award Unicorns for #TAAP5

One defining attribute of an artist is the ability to feel with more intensity; what is further unique to artists is how they use that ability to interpret the world around them. A key attribute of being a unicorn is an artist who interprets and creates something that provides an innovative solution that enriches us.

Some of us use canvas, some make music, a few code, and others create toys.

My interpretation is that mentorship, or how we take in data, is abstract and doesn’t come from a single source. The code reveals itself based on the programming we take in. In a vast world where we are constantly pushed to chase bread and participate in the next circus…

if we

just

slowed

down

to take a breather and read the “right now,” more often empathize with the universe around us, we wouldn’t need vacations from our working lives.

That brings me full circle to award inning social enterprise, Twenty One Toys, founded by a creative unicorn Ilana Ben Ari, designed to slow us down and help us empathize.

About Twenty One Toys

Twenty One Toys is an award-winning social enterprise that uses toys to teach empathy, dealing with failure, and other key 21st century skills. First featured on TEDx, their multi-award winning Empathy Toy is being used in hundreds of schools and offices worldwide. Proving that toys are the new textbooks, Twenty One Toys is well on its way to creating the world’s first global community of empathic leaders. With workshops and training programs for all ages — even TIME magazine has praised their toys as a future technology!

Go to to Twenty One Toys' website here

About Ilana Ben-Ari

Ilana Ben-Ari is a multiple-award winning product designer, TEDx speaker, and Ariane de Rothschild Fellow. She has been working at the intersection of design and social innovation for over 7 years, has been featured in the Guardian UK, Independent UK, and TIME magazine and is the founder of Twenty One Toys, a multiple-award-winning toy start-up. She transformed her thesis project into the company’s first product, The Empathy Toy. Originally designed for visually impaired students and their sighted classmates. It is now used as a tool to teach Empathy worldwide.

Go to Ilana's website here

 

About Community Manager Sarah Cuddie

Twenty Toys will be represented by their Community Manager Sarah Cuddie who will be 1 of many industry insiders awarding points during the unciron awards at  The Annex Art Party on Saturday August 25th 

Sarah Cuddie is the Community Manager for Twenty One Toys - an award-winning social enterprise that that teaches empathy, failure, and other key 21st century skills using toys and playful workshops.
Sarah got her entrepreneurial start when she founded a day camp in high school and has been working on filling the world with empathy and play ever since.
 
Prior to joining the team at Twenty One Toys, Sarah spent 5 years working at one of the largest social enterprises in Canada, Me to We, where she worked to develop leadership and social justice training for schools and organizations.
She is also an Associate Editor at Womanly Magazine, and a freelance writer. Sarah has travelled to 29 countries and speaks 5 languages, which has helped her to learn a lot of people’s stories. What she hasn’t learned there, she learns from her love of reading, and is working towards reading 75 books this year. Sarah believes that stories help people to see beyond statistics, and that art and play can revolutionize the way people of all ages learn.

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