Word of the Week

Razzmatazz

as in: “That’s what makes Zhan’s piece, called “Urban Landscape,” so compelling; beneath the visual razzmatazz, he tackles pressing issues about the city’s expansion, and about Chinese identity.”

McQuaid, C. (2006, July 9). Using kitchen supplies, he whips up a compelling mini-Beijing. The Boston Sunday Globe, p. N2. [Review of model of Beijing constructed from stainless steel cookware at the Williams College Museum of Art.]

Explore definitions at the library’s E-Ready Reference Resources site using the Dictionaries listed:
http://www1.emmanuel.edu/library/subsplus/subjects/display_eref.php?subject=ER_ereference#58

See the William College Museum of Art press release for more details:http://www.wcma.org/press/06/06_ZhangWang.shtml

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