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Emmalene Blake poses for a portrait in front of her mural showing Samia al-Atrash holding her niece Masa Khader, who was killed by an Israeli airstrike in Gaza in October. Molly Keane for NPR hide caption

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A grieving Palestinian, an Irish artist and the mural that brought them together

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Tattoo artist Noemi Barajas applies a stencil onto the arm of her client, Brittany Mena, at her studio in Orange, Calif. Jessica Pons for NPR hide caption

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Thinking of getting inked? Start with a tiny tattoo

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Josephine Baker in uniform circa 1945. Hulton Deutsch/Corbis via Getty Images hide caption

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Opinion: A New Spirit Joins The Panthéon

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Artist Ekene Ijeoma on the set of "Deconstructed Anthems" at Houston's Day For Night Festival in 2017. Katrina Barber/Resnicow and Associates hide caption

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This Audio Portrait Of The 2020 Census Asks: Whose Voices Really Count?

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Angela Haseltine Pozzi founded Washed Ashore in 2010. The nonprofit turns plastics taken from Oregon's beaches into eye-opening sculptures of threatened marine life. Kirk Siegler/NPR hide caption

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On The Oregon Coast, Turning Pollution Into Art With A Purpose

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Patsy and Winfred Rembert in Hamden, Conn., at their StoryCorps interview in 2017. Jacqueline Van Meter/StoryCorps hide caption

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He Survived A Near-Lynching. 50 Years Later, He's Still Healing

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French artist Abraham Poincheval sits over real chicken eggs until they hatch at the Palais de Tokyo in Paris. Stephane de Sakutin/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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An Artist Incubating Chicken Eggs Is No Joke. But Is It Art?

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Salvador Dalí's dinner parties were legendary for their opulence and bizarre fare. In 1973, Dalí immortalized these freakish feasts in the book Les Diners de Gala. Taschen hide caption

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Out Of This World: How Artists Imagine Planets Yet Unseen

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