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Mountain View, CA
Joined on 10 May, 2011
Indonesian artist & teacher Tino “Pak Tino” Sidin nurtured the creative talents of a generation of young children & introduced them to the joy of drawing ✍️
Happy birthday, Pak Tino! Ya, bagus!
#GoogleDoodle 🎨 by guest artist Shanti Rittgers →
Polish-born, French & American mathematician Benoit Mandelbrot introduced the 🌍 to the powerful concept of fractals: irregular yet infinitely repeating mathematical shapes.
Learn more about the "father of fractal geometry" with today's #GoogleDoodle →
Today's #GoogleDoodle celebrates the birthday of Egyptian actor Ahmed Zaki 🐅
One of the first dark-skinned actors to play leading roles in Egyptian films, he helped change the face of the Arab film industry forever 📽
🎨 by guest artist @picxxo →
Belgian singer & songwriter Jacques Brel was a Renaissance man:
🎙 Widely considered one of the most famous French-language singers in Europe
🎬 A film star
⛵️ Sailed across the Atlantic & Pacific
#GoogleDoodle 🎨 by guest artist Antoine Maillard →
”It’s important to draw light to not only her achievements as an Osage woman but her achievements—period.” —Osage guest artist Lydia Cheshewalla
Thank you, @GoodWithCoffee, for creating The Nutcracker backdrop in today's Maria Tallchief #GoogleDoodle! →
Osage, Cherokee, & Creek guest artist Yatika Starr Fields was one of three Native American artists who helped with today's #GoogleDoodle. Learn how he depicted Maria Tallchief's "fluidity of motion" in his design for Swan Lake →
Thank you, Yatika!
I’m thrilled to honor iconic ballerina Maria Tallchief with @GoogleDoodles. As the 1st American Prima Ballerina and a proud Native American woman of the Osage Nation, she revolutionized ballet, setting the stage for me and others to fulfill our dreams #Ad #GoogleDoodle
Today @GoogleDoodles celebrates Native American Heritage Month with a #GoogleDoodle for Maria Tallchief of the Osage Nation. The first Native American to break into ballet & America’s first major prima ballerina. Gvlielitseha Maria! #WorkingWithGoogle
Maria Tallchief became the prima ballerina of NYCB in 1948. During her lifetime she received great recognition for her dancing but also for her role in bringing the culture of ballet to the U.S.
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