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Picasso's "Owl" is Just...Perfect.

Hey Lobster-folk,

Picasso is known for his doodles and sketches (I guess we can’t be having ‘blue periods’ ALL the time) but my favorite by far is this one, simply titled “Owl.” 66 more words


Volunteer (?) Opportunity: American Theatre Archive Project, New York City (also across America and Canada)

The following was sent out on the SLA Arts / Design / etc listserv re: the NYC team, but I had never heard of the American Theatre Archive Project before. 335 more words

Opportunities: Professional Development

The Jewish Ghetto and Photonostalgia: Roman Vishniac's Vanished World

On the 19th of August 1897, one of the world’s most remarkable microbiologists and naturalist photographers, Roman Vishniac was born in Pavlovsk, the Russian Empire. 575 more words

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Art Book Review: The Wayward Muse

‘The Wayward Muse’ by Elizabeth Hickey is a historical fiction novel about the love triangle between Artist Gabriel Rossetti, William Morris, and Jane Burden. I read this book for an art history elective about William Morris, and this was a fun book to read that was relative to learning about William Morris, Dante Gabriel Rossetti, and others involved in the Arts & Crafts movement. 247 more words


William Morris

Here is a presentation I made about William Morris for an art history class! Enjoy! He was the man responsible for the Arts & Crafts movement in art history, a very influential and interesting artist! 25 more words


Jo In Wyoming

Man, I thought I knew about and was casually “into” Edward Hopper, but I didn’t get even a tenth of it until I picked up a used copy of this book at Phoenix Books in SLO. 432 more words

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Kiffy Rubbo

Kiffy Rubbo and The George Paton Gallery: Curating the 1970s

Date: Friday, August 29, 2014 – 19:00–Saturday, August 30, 2014 – 17:00

Venue: Theatre A, Elisabeth Murdoch Building, … 21 more words

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