AP Art History Banner Images

Hey AP Art History teachers!!! I made these banner images for each of the 9 content areas. Feel free to download and use in your classrooms; they work really well as page headers in an online platform like Canvas (that's how I use them at least!) Hope they're useful. 🙂 Feel free to leave me [...]

Holocaust through Visual Culture Reading List

Now that school is (thankfully) winding down, I have started my giant reading list for my summer programs. Honestly, I love this kind of stuff because I am an academic at heart (& soul) but without this kind of professional development in the summer my mind would just waste away watching Netflix or something else [...]

Summer Plans 2019

Soooo it's been a long time since I've blogged. Sorry! The hubs & I bit off more than we could chew this past semester and we were in survival mode for a few months there. But now that our classes are winding down, I can come back to my little corner of the internet and [...]

Lonely Planet: Top 500 Global Destinations

I was bored recently so I googled "list of global landmarks" to see how many I have been to and since I think someone else in the universe may not care like I do, here's a list of the places from the list I have been to (if you want to full list/quiz CLICK HERE). [...]

#95. The Virgin of Guadalupe

Art Historical Background Before understanding religious imagery you have to first understand the religion's doctrine and secondly understand the historical context in which the image was created. For example a painting of Jesus has a very different meaning in 4th century Rome than it does in 20th century America. And so it is with the [...]