AP Art History Hunting in D.C.

I was in Washington, D.C. a couple of weekends ago with an old AP Art History/ Humanities student of mine to go museum hopping and as you can image we ran into a few of the pieces from the AP Art History 250 curriculum. Take a look below: Migration Series, Jacob Lawrence Panel no. 49 [...]

Weekend in D.C.: Vermeer and the Masters of Genre Painting

So shockingly enough it took me into my mid-twenties to finally go see the fantastic collection at the National Gallery of Art. Will and I stopped by for the day while heading up to New York City on our summer road trip. And then I found out that the exhibitΒ "Vermeer and the Masters of Genre [...]

#23. Tutankhamun’s tomb, innermost coffin

Oh King Tut! The most famous of all the Ancient Egyptian pharaohs for really no reason besides that he plays hide-and-seek while dead really well. lol I don't feel either way for this teenage pharaoh but the discovery of his pristine tomb is an absolutely fascinating for art history and the precious objects left behind [...]

Museum Madness: Making the Most of your Museum Visit

Ok so not everyone loves museums, they find them dusty old places that are pretentious and no fun. Unfortunately, many people enter into these sacred halls less than enthusiastic and then they continue to perpetuate those negative thoughts. However, I have to admit that some people will never be "museum people" (my sister being one [...]