Art History

How Talking Art Has Kept My Family Together During COVID

Art has always been a comfort to me. It is enough to spend time with a painting by Frida Kahlo or Rembrandt to remember that our suffering is universal and timeless. Communicating with art has allowed me to go through ruptures, professional disappointments and deaths. What I learned over the …

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Briefly Rated Book Reviews | The New Yorker

Whatever she wore, by Tiya Miles (Random House). This powerful story of women and slavery revolves around a 19th-century cotton bag found at a flea market in 2007, now on display at the Smithsonian. A slave woman named Rose gave it to her daughter Ashley when it was sold and …

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Penn State Architecture Appoints First Associate Dean for Access and Fairness | New

anchor Folayemi “Fo” Wilson. Image: Kevin J. Miyazaki The Penn State College of Arts and Architecture announced Folayemi “Fo” Wilson as Associate Dean for Access and Equity. Wilson will be the first person to assume the inaugural role, dedicated to helping Penn State challenge and address assumptions about diversity, inclusion, …

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Review: In Hung Liu exhibition, Golden Gate serves as metaphor for immigrant experience

The opening of the exhibition “Hung Liu: Golden Gate” at the De Young Museum in San Francisco. Photo: Courtesy San Francisco Art Museums / Drew Altizer The Golden Gate Bridge is synonymous with San Francisco. He is so local that we wear his image on tote bags and hang prints …

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Tony Ortega’s ‘Magia Chicana’ Brings Cultural Hybridity to Loveland Museum – Boulder Daily Camera

For decades the artist Tony ortega sparked conversations about the Mexican-American experience with this vibrant work that addresses themes of immigration, assimilation, cultural hybridity and more. Tony Ortega creates art using pastels in his classroom at the Art Students League in Denver in 2018 (Tony Ortega / Courtesy Photo) On …

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Daytime – In the galleries: the Mystic Museum of Art is organizing a summer exhibition

The Mystic Museum of Art will hold a special summer exhibition, “The Founders: Reclaiming Mystic’s Artistic Roots,” until September 12, featuring around 90 works by early members. The works of 39 artists now fill the museum’s three galleries, “illuminating the place of the newly formed mystical art colony in the …

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Saint-Laurent in the News – July 12, 2021

This regular summary features a selection of recent mentions of St. Lawrence University and its students, faculty and staff in regional, national and international media. Associate professor of history Howard Eissenstat, whose recent work focuses on contemporary Turkish domestic and foreign policy, commented on the detention of Egyptian scholar Alia …

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HOF WRs Tim Brown and Art Monk retire

Welcome to this week in NFL history! Each week, the Research team will highlight anniversaries of milestone events and anniversaries. – The Saints signed a 5-year, $ 100 million contract with QB Drew Brees to prevent Brees from playing on the franchise tag in 2012 Led the NFL in comp …

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Let the land, art, people share the story of the sacred lands | Local entertainment

When you travel Brinton Road through Big Horn on either the lower lane or the upper road, time slows down. Rolling fields and meadows, cattle and horses, here and there, the ever-spectacular views of the majestic Bighorns keep the mind taking a breath. The first sight of the Brinton Museum …

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