Peter Vega Promoted To Audience Development Manager!
We're so happy to announce that Peter Vega has been promoted to Audience Development Manager!Read More
That’s Not How A Carpet Works: Weird Rugs in Renaissance Paintings
Rugs aren’t just for walking on! They’re also to look at and sneak into Renaissance paintings.Read More
Win Free Tickets With Our Boy Wizard Blog Scavenger Hunt!
Win free tickets to our Boy Wizard tour in either NYC or San Francisco when you complete this fun scavenger hunt through our blog.Read More
4 Ways Having A Mentor Can Change Your Life: Lessons From Thoreau and Emerson
One of the best ways to further your career is to get a mentor. We take a look at four lessons learned from one of history's greatest mentor-mentee relationships: Ralph Waldo Emerson and Henry David Thoreau.Read More
Was Grace Marks a Murderer or Simply Misunderstood?
Was Grace Marks a murderer or a misunderstood teenager who was in the wrong place at the wrong time?Read More
5 Badass Female Artists You Can See In NYC This Spring
Spring has almost arrived in NYC, which means it’s time for all your favorite warm-weather activities; seeing the cherry blossoms, strolling central park, and appreciating the work of some badass bitches.Read More
Framing the Question: The Art Beyond the Paintings
To experience creative genius, sometimes you need to think outside the canvas – literally.Read More
Can You Trust Your Lying Eyes? Trompe-l’œIl Art Through the Ages
Trompe-l'œIl is French for “trick or deceive the eye.” It’s an artistic technique designed to make the viewer think something is real when it’s not.Read More
New Methods in Nebraska: A Case Study with the Hastings Museum
We headed to Nebraska to the Hastings Museum to bring a fresh approach to their eclectic collection.Read More
Shakespeare Was a Tax Evader?! 10 Surprising Facts About the Famous Playwright
Even if you were bored to death learning about the famous playwright in high school, we're pretty sure these 10 facts about Shakespeare will blow your mind.Read More