Online learning is often heralded for its convenience. Ranging from a one-off to a multi-part series, online classes are ubiquitous and accessible.
How to keep your artistic practices as environmentally friendly as possible.
The complex, three-dimensional collages of Ignatius search for authenticity in the portrayal of women through a two-step process: deconstruction and reconstruction.
Agora Gallery’s stellar 2018 summer interns, Marisa Davila and Anna Merritt, reflect on and share their experiences working as part of the gallery staff.
“The playful, spirited nature of my newer work allows me to create my own worlds. Painting enriches me to such an extent that, when I paint, I forget about the everyday’s problems.”
From ancient Florence to the Berlin Olympics, art competitions have made a big mark on our culture and history, but what lessons have they taught us?
Mao Lizi’s style has changed dramatically over the years, and his career seems to have gone from one extreme to the other. However, one thing that remains constant is his urge to break his own boundaries, to abandon old paths in order to face new challenges.
After the festive season, getting back into a daily routine can be difficult. Here are 10 New Year’s resolutions, or tips from our experts, to give your art a fresh start.
When it comes to art education, you may learn best in a traditional environment, or you may feel that it stifles original thought and creativity.
Don’t be discouraged and don’t give up – everything you try gives you more knowledge and takes you a step closer to where you’re headed.
Art collaborations simply cannot be a bad idea!
Sheree Friedman describes the viewing of art as a form of meditative absorption, a method that leads to true understanding.