Good news! We have you covered for TK – 6th Grade! Got Home Schoolers? We’ve written a guide for parents. Just register the parents as Docents, and they can participate just like on-site docents. Got Distance Learners? A Docent can … Continued
The natural world has always been, and continues to be, an inspiration for many artists. Indeed, even the de Young Museum in San Francisco typically holds their Bouquets to Art event in late spring as an celebration of the natural … Continued
In honor of Black History Month, we’re celebrating one of the country’s most prolific and well-known artists: Jacob Lawrence! Most people who are familiar with Lawrence know of his Migration series, which documents the Great Migration–African-American people’s moving around the … Continued
As we all know, many art museums have limited their visiting hours due to the pandemic. Which, for a lot of us, means that we haven’t stopped by our local and/or favorite art museum for a normal lengthy visit in … Continued
You may have noticed the U.S.P.S.’s stamps featuring Ruth Asawa’s sculptures. But just who is the artist behind the stamp?
If you’re anything like us, you’ve been stuck inside scrolling in lieu of visiting a museum or gallery while things near us are still shut down. Since none of us seem to be headed to a museum or gallery anytime … Continued
Our last stop on our Art Field Trip series this summer, we’re going on a virtual trip through art history to places to see art.
Get your sneakers on, we’re going to go watch some sports!
As we all know, due to the current global health crisis, most of us are either unable to (or don’t want to) go out to our favorite places–even though a lot of us now have some free time to do … Continued
Grab a basket full of goodies and a big hat–we’re going on an art-historical picnic!
Art history is full of depictions of performances of all kinds! So get ready for showtime, and let’s go on a field trip to the theater.