Yesterday in Paris

I spent yesterday in Paris and I have to say that it was truly one of the best days I have had on four hours of sleep (the other one being that time our flight to Florida was delayed but we still spent the whole next day at MGM/Disney Studios Hollywood/whatever they’re calling it now). 281 more words

Tiffany’s Stained Glass “Autumn”

“God has given us our talents, not to copy the talents of others, but rather to use our brains and imagination in order to obtain the revelation of true beauty.” 733 more words

Things To See

Don't Scream, Dance (Munch at the Met)

Among the 43 compositions, spanning six decades of creation, on view at the Met Breuer in New York from November 15 through February 4 for Edvard Munch: Between the Clock and the Bed is the 1925 oil on canvas “The Dance of Life,” measuring 142 x 208 cm. 52 more words

Rose crystal tower goes up in Union Square

By Sabina Mollot

A new tower has just risen in Union Square, but unlike when this normally happens, there will be no howling about zoning and affordability. 450 more words

Union Square

ST #3 - Presentation day

October 2, 2017 – Presentation day

Today in class we were able to present our videos and/or pamphlets on architecture in NYC. Our task was to create a video or pamphlet outlining ideas of 3 specific examples of architecture in NYC. 119 more words


New York City ~ The Metropolitan Museum of Art

October 6th

The Metropolitan Museum of Art, aka The Met was originally opened in 1872. Seeded by an art collection owned by John Taylor Johnston, a railroad executive, they quickly outgrew their original location on 5th Avenue. 591 more words


CFP: Metropolitan Museum Journal, Vol. 53, 2018

Deadline: Oct 15, 2017
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The Editorial Board of the peer-reviewed Metropolitan Museum Journal invites submissions of original research on works of art in the Museum’s collection. 112 more words

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