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2 SUNDAY            3 MONDAY           4 TUESDAY

                                       Jean Francois
                                       Millet, 1814

                                       Frederic
                                       Remington, 1861

                                       Giovanni
                                       Piranesi, 1720

                    Pierre             Rosh
                    Bonnard, 1867      Hashana

9 SUNDAY            10 MONDAY          11 TUESDAY

                    Jean Antoine
                    Watteau, 1684

National            Alberto
Children's Day      Giacometti,        Earth laugh
                    1901               in flowers.
Frank                                  Ralph Waldo
Duveneck, 1848      Columbus Day       Emerson

16 SUNDAY           17 MONDAY          18 TUESDAY

Paul Strand,        Childe Hassam,
1890                1859

23 SUNDAY           24 MONDAY          25 TUESDAY

                    United             Pablo
                    Nations Day        Picasso, 1881

                    Last day of        Arshile
                    Sukkot             Gorky, 1904

30 SUNDAY           31 MONDAY

Lailat Ul Qadr      Deepavali
(Islamic)           (Hindu)
                    Halloween

Angelica            Johannes
Kauffman, 1741      Vermeer, 1632

5 WEDNESDAY         6 THURSDAY

World
Smile Day

Ramadan             National
begins              Story
                    telling
Maya Lin, 1959      Festival

12 Wednesday        13 THURSDAY

                    Yom Kippur
                    (Jewish
Richard             Day of
Meier, 1934         Atonement)

19 WEDNESDAY        20 THURSDAY

Umberto             Jackie Winsor,
Boccioni, 1882      1941

26 WEDNESDAY        27 THURSDAY

There is no
abstract art.
You must
always
start with
something.
Afterward
you can
remove all          Lee
traces of           Krasner, 1908
reality
                    Roy
Pable Picasso       Lichtenstein,
(1881-1973)         1923

                    1 SATURDAY

                    Inspiration
                    exits, but
                    it has to
                    find you
                    working
                    Pablo Picasso

7 FRIDAY            8 SATURDAY

                    Faith
                    Ringgold, 1930

                    Beverly
                    Buchanan, 1940

14 FRIDAY           15 SATURDAY

Alessio
Baldovinetti
1426

21 FRIDAY           22 SATURDAY

                    Robert
                    Rauschenberg,
                    1925

Katsushika          Robert
Hokusai, 1760       Capa, 1913

28 FRIDAY           29 SATURDAY

Dedication of
the Statue of
Libert, 1886
                    Daylight
Giovanni            Saving Time
Canaletto, 1697     ends

Francis Bacon,      Niki de Saint
1909                Phalle, 1930

National Stamp Collecting Month

Since 1981, October has been officially designated
as National Stamp Collecting Month. It is an annual
event that began in 1981 as a joint venture of the
Council of Philatelic Organizations and the United
States Postal Service. The American Philatelic Society,
www.stamps.org, and The National Postal Museum,
www.postalmuseum.si.edu/, offer educational materials
online. Have your students look at and discuss stamps and
then design their own and/or create mail art.
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