1. A Lazy Art History Student’s Guide to Montreal Art Museums and Galleries

    Date 09 Feb 2017
    By: Muhan Zhang One of the perks of studying Art History in the vibrant and art-hoe packed city of Montreal is that art is everywhere you go. Student mainstays MBAM and MAC are just a few blocks in either direction of the Roddick Gates, the various neighbourhoods bordering McGill’s downtown…

  2. Marfa, Texas: Installation Art in the Middle of Nowhere

    Date 07 Feb 2017
    By: Diana Sims In 1893, Frederick Jackson Turner’s well-received and much-discussed Frontier Thesis proposed the American West to be, not only where American democracy, egalitarianism, and violence was born, but also where America declared itself disinterested in the high culture that so neatly stratified the Old World. Never would the…

  3. I created my own public art crawl..and so can you!!

    Date 06 Feb 2017
    By: Ann Cernek  Last fall, Catherine LaRivière wrote an article about the role that public art plays in breaking social barriers and shaping the city’s identity. The streets of Montréal are filled with public art, and even the shortest of walks reveal the creativity of the city, whether through a…

  4. Sunsets Make Me Uncomfortable

    Date 05 Feb 2017
    By: Kennedy Rooke Graphic by Erika Kindsfather When I was a kid I had six of my adult teeth removed. Three sessions, two teeth each time. Each time I nervously entered the dentist’s office waiting for the inevitable prick of the needle four times in my mouth, and then a…

  5. Pussyhats: Identity Politics and Political Art

    Date 01 Feb 2017
    by Sylvie Schwartz Angela Peoples holding sign at Women’s March on Washington. Photo by Kevin Banatte, obtained via The Root. via Getty Images/ Glamour When people gathered at Women’s Marches around the world on Saturday, January 21, many of them were wearing pink pussyhats. According to the project’s website, these handmade, rectangular…

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