Mod Madness: PM at the TM

Last night I attended the PM and the TM event Mod Madness This lovely evening was brought to you by the Textile Museum and the Pinkline Project celebrating the museum's current exhibition Art By The Yard: Women Design Mid-Century Britain. I spent the first part of the evening volunteering at the screen printing table.  That's … Continue reading Mod Madness: PM at the TM


Museum Thursday- Impressionism to Modernism @ The National Gallery of Art

This is quickly becoming the lunchtime museum tour post.  As I get busier and busier with work I find less time to actually get to a museum on Thursday, which means this post may change titles and perhaps posting days.  But don’t worry the content will remain consistent and relevant to dc arts. Today I … Continue reading Museum Thursday- Impressionism to Modernism @ The National Gallery of Art

Museum Thursday- E7:Tetrad at Transformer

I had about a million errands to run, and an plumbing emergency that kept my day pretty busy. But I did get over to Transformer Gallery towards the end of the day and took a look at their current exhibition. Transformer is a small gallery, I mean really small. The office space is on the … Continue reading Museum Thursday- E7:Tetrad at Transformer

Museum Thursday- Norman Rockwell

"Story illustrations shouldn't give away the plot"- Norman Rockwell This weeks museum thursday post features "Telling Stories: Norman Rockwell from the Collections of George Lucas and Steven Spielberg" I realize that many of my posts are from the portrait gallery/american art museum but I am literally a block away at work so it's so easy … Continue reading Museum Thursday- Norman Rockwell

Museum Thursday- Portraiture Now: Communities

This is going to be a quick post as I took my lunch to take a spin through this exhibition to get you a museum thursday post, which I know all of you await with bated breath weekly.  This weeks post is on Portraiture Now¦ Communities, currently on exhibition at the National Portrait Gallery until … Continue reading Museum Thursday- Portraiture Now: Communities

Museum Thursday- Marc Roman ‘Veritas Obscura’

With two days left of the show I thought I'd take a moment to review this exhibition.  It's been a busy month for me.  note to self: 6 week summer courses are very time consuming.  And of course if you have been keeping up with the blog I started an internship a few weeks ago, … Continue reading Museum Thursday- Marc Roman ‘Veritas Obscura’

Museum Thursday- Ivuka Arts Kigali

In 2007 Collin Sekajugo, a native Rwandan and artist in his own right, opened the Ivuka Arts Center in Kigali, Rwanda.  In a country where arts centers are unheard of Sekajugo's mission is to "use art to change lives" Ivuka means "rebirth" and it truly is a rebirth for the arts in Rwanda.  The Center has … Continue reading Museum Thursday- Ivuka Arts Kigali

Museum Thursday- inSPIRATion

In honor of our opening which is this Saturday this weeks #MT will be on the inSPIRATion show at the Katzen Museum.  At the moment it is still going through its final installation phases but everything is looking fantastic.  Pieces are going up on the walls the artists are pitching in on the installation.  It's … Continue reading Museum Thursday- inSPIRATion

Museum Thursday- Bart O’Reilly: Old Lines from the Luminous State

It's back It's back.  Museum Thursday, which was on hiatus last week due to paper writing mayhem, is back and in full force.  I feel energized and ready to finish off this semester with a bang.  One in which I hope will end in the procurement of a certain internship from a certain Irish arts … Continue reading Museum Thursday- Bart O’Reilly: Old Lines from the Luminous State

Museum Thursday: Pablo Picasso at MoMA

Too much to do....lady's got a paper due in about 2 weeks so all of my free time is being devoted to getting through class readings and alas I am not able to get to an actual museum today.  However I have an exhibition that has been waiting in the throngs to be discussed … Continue reading Museum Thursday: Pablo Picasso at MoMA