Kids, The Art of Looking in a Digital Age, and How Art Can Help

Back when I was still in college (a whopping 3 weeks ago), I remember several conversations I had with my art history professor. When covering the Impressionist painters and when talking about the scholarship surrounding Vermeer, she brought up a … Continued

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Check Out This Kid-Friendly Edible Art!

  Picky eaters–every family has at least one. Getting that one kid–or that one adult, even–to eat what’s been prepared is a task most parents grumble about, at best. How to get everyone excited about what’s on the menu? Lunarbell_lunch, … Continued

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Art News Roundup: Auction Week New York

    Let’s talk Monet. Is it a coincidence that I typed “Money” instead of “Monet” upon starting this post? Either way, Auction Week at Christie’s and Sotheby’s New York concluded the week of May 10 with big money spent on … Continued

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SFMOMA Opens with Plenty of Pomp & Circumstance

    For San Francisco fans of modern art, the wait is finally over. On May 14, the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art reopened its doors to the public after a three-year closing and expansion. With thousands in attendance … Continued

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Pre-Raphaelite Sass

The Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood was a group of painters(and sometimes-poets) in mid-to-late-19th century England. Consisting of such artists as Dante Gabriel Rossetti, John Everett Millais, and William Holman Hunt, their aim was to capture the artistic grace they found in the … Continued

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Happy Birthday, LACMA!

This year marks the fiftieth anniversary of the opening of the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, better known by its acronym, LACMA. Though it’s unlikely that you’ve never heard of LACMA, you’ve almost certainly seen it, as several of … Continued

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What’s that Rothko in Ant-Man?

So I finally saw Ant-Man last week and was pleasantly surprised. Of course, it’s Ant-Man, the superhero that’s most likely to have us mutter “seriously?” under our breath, but it’s totally self-aware that it’s Ant-Man. It’s Marvel plus Paul Rudd … Continued

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