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.
We share our thoughts on Beyond the Visible: Hilma af Klint, a new documentary about a pioneering abstract artist.
At 91, artist Yayoi Kusama has been creating artwork for several decades, and it’s about time everybody knew her name.
In honor of International Women’s Day, the Art Docent Program once again spotlights eight female artists who deserve more time in the spotlight.
Get to know more about Wayne Thiebaud’s sweet artwork in honor of the artist’s 99th birthday!
Cornelia Konrads’ site-specific installations are always unexpected, which is why we’ve featured her work in our new 5th-grade Environmental Art unit.
So, the film adaptation of Donna Tartt’s Pulitzer-Prize-winning novel The Goldfinch, which involves Carl Fabritius’ 1654 painting of the same name, came out several weeks ago. And your blogger has quite a few mixed feelings. Rather than subject you to … Continued
If we name a classic Disney film, odds are that a particular image from that film will come to mind. Alice and Wonderland might bring to mind a girl glancing up at a caterpillar smoking on a toadstool, while Peter … Continued