A Plagiarism Jonathan Lethem Originally from Harpers Magazine All mankind is of one author, and is one volume; when one man dies, one chapter is not torn out of the book, but translated into a better language; and every chapter must be so translated. . . .—John Donne love and theft Consider this tale: a cultivated man of middle …
After a number of high profile hatchet jobs at the restoration of old paintings, this one is mesmerizing.
Purr..ner Prize Winner 2020
During a Crisis, Is Art Just a Luxury? What the New Deal Has to Teach Us About the Importance of Supporting the Arts. Scholar Jody Patterson looks at how FDR’s New Deal policies, including the Federal Art Project, made art accessible in the United States.
Bristol, a city in southwestern England, has had its own share of social distancing and shutdowns. Nevertheless, the artist Richard Long, who has lived there his entire life, has continued taking the long walks that are part of how he makes his art.
Creating an image showing thinking, doing and making art.
9 things to look for in visual art to analyse what you see.
BBC Radio 4 Start the week May 4th - Art in an Emergency
In this article, Sandra Larson explores the then most important reasons emphasising the inevitable importance of arts integration in schools. What is interesting is that many of these skill would be familiar to an experiential educator.