Monthly Archives: December 2017

Hurricane Irma Debris Turned into Art

They say every cloud has a silver lining. In this case, even the darkest of billows have one. No one embodies this philosophy more than Laura Baker, who has used the devastation of Hurricane Irma as inspiration for her art. … Continue reading

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Los Angeles Named America’s Art Hub

New York City took a demotion yesterday, after Richard Florida of CityLab crowned Los Angeles the new art capital of the U.S. The Big Apple has been at the center of America’s art industry since god-only-knows-when; so naturally, New Yorkers … Continue reading

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Connecting Ancient Art with Modern Audiences Via Technology

Even in historical art, technology is never very far away. As part of the de Young’s “Teotihuacan: City of Water, City of Fire” exhibition, for example, 14-year-old Minecraft aficionado Trevor Fox helped produce a digital map that lets visitors virtually … Continue reading

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