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While there are a multitude of benefits to attending a prestigious art school, crafting your own art education can be rewarding in other ways.
For over five thousand years, the art of tattooing has captivated human cultures. Today, we understand the reasoning for adorning one’s body with images and symbols as being both incredibly varied and extremely personal. But what we don’t think about is how this was also the case in antiquity.
Welcome to the new year, dear readers! It’s 2023, which means a new year, a new beginning, and new art exhibitions to check out. Luckily for you, we put together a round up of the most exciting US museum exhibitions opening this year that you will definitely want to see. Read on to find out which shows made the cut!
The Harlem Renaissance was an artistic and political movement that redefined Blackness in the United States as an act of liberation from post-antebellum discrimination and stereotypes, evidenced by Jim Crow laws and an abundance of blackface on-screen.
In 1907, the Swiss painter Félix Vallotton made a portrait of Gertrude Stein.
In the past year, artificial intelligence (AI) has not only become more powerful, it has become highly accessible. One recent online trend, made possible by the AI-based phone app Lensa AI, has led to a wave of "original" portraits being shared across social media.
Pioneering pointillist and founding Neo-Impressionist Georges Seurat (1859-1891) painted one of the most recognizable and reproduced paintings in the world: A Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte
2022 was a year filled with exciting art exhibitions, new museums, and historic discoveries. Join us in bidding this year goodbye with a recap of some of our most read stories. We hope you enjoy, and we look forward to covering more art stories in the new year! 
To the casual observer, Rome is not a medieval city.
Considered a founder of Impressionism, Edgar Degas actually disliked the label, preferring Realist or Independent. Best known for his paintings and bronze sculptures, Degas was also a printmaker and photographer.