Creativity Breadcrumb 65: “Loving Vincent”

food for creative making, doing, and thinking Born in 1853 in the Netherlands, Vincent Van Gogh is perhaps the most well-known expressionist painter in history. Known for his vibrant palettes and broad, loose brushwork, Van Gogh’s explosive, complex, and emotionally-charged paintings are reflections of his own personal life. Tormented by his own self-consciousness as an Read more about Creativity Breadcrumb 65: “Loving Vincent”[…]

From the Classroom: First Impressions with Joseph Szymanski ’17

It would seem that there’s a special kind of terror that strikes the hearts of most arts majors when they think about the possibility of taking a “hard science” course. As a matter of fact, majority of my friends, even those who are currently pursuing majors in the natural sciences, responded with bewilderment when they Read more about From the Classroom: First Impressions with Joseph Szymanski ’17[…]

Creativity Breadcrumb 64: The Library for the Birds of New York and Other Marvels

food for creative making, doing, and thinking Mark Dion is an American conceptual artist best known for his use of scientific presentations in his installations. He received a BFA and an honorary doctorate from the University of Hartford School of Art, Connecticut in 1986 and 2003, respectively. He also studied at the School of Visual Arts in New Read more about Creativity Breadcrumb 64: The Library for the Birds of New York and Other Marvels[…]