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What is La Catrina?- Full History

La Catrina, also known as La Calavera Catrina, Catrina La Calavera Garbancera translates to ‘Elegant Skull’, ‘Dapper Skeleton’ is renowned as it symbolizes the Day of the Dead – ‘Día de Los Muertos’ in Mexico. The article talks about its importance in the art and culture of many Spanish- speaking people.  Origin of La Catrina- […]

Art Therapy Activities PDF

“A picture is a poem without words” – HORACE Drawing through your mind, shaping through your thoughts, and producing through your skill. This is known as ART. Read further to know the art therapy activities. When you produce something out of your knowledge, thoughts, and feelings, you put your whole effort into the work. Your mind […]

Sad Things to Draw

Henri Cartier-Bresson was known for his love of candid photography. This famed photographer discovered a vital aspect of photography that revolutionized his field; street photography. Through such photos, Henri believed that he could tell the story of humanity in its raw element. His work is like a visual prism of the world. Henri possessed a […]

Step Into the Ultimate Dreamworld July 23rd With teamLab: Continuity

Ever heard the saying “dreaming with your eyes wide open?” I have, but I didn’t understand what it meant until just a few days ago when I got to experience the Asian Art Museum’s new immersive art installation straight from Tokyo, Japan.  Sure, I might sound a bit dramatic, but dramatic is exactly what this […]

Bouquets to Art Exhibit Returns to de Young Museum, Adding a Virtual Tour for the First Time Ever

Ever wanted to see art come to life? De Young has you covered this summer with floral magic you can feel from the comfort of your own couch. If you haven’t visited the de Young Museum yet, now is your chance. For just one week this summer, the fine arts museum is bringing back one […]

“All Over Again” says Artist Austen Zombres for his Solo Exhibition at Glass Rice

Featuring 30 new collage pieces by Austen Zombres, they highlight aspects of our present day consumerism from the lens of ‘fast discardable America’. For Zombres, “this paper trail leads to art.” “I really admire the organization and discipline I see in Japanese traditions,” Zombres told SF Chronicle in 2020 pre-pandemic. “Like the way a kimono […]

George McCalman: An Artist’s Life In Color

Question: Can art leave a person both socially awoken and at peace? There are those that say the work of the artist is to offend, to disrupt the established view or way of life. There are others, such as the great James Baldwin, that have asserted the work of the artist is to make the […]

An Attainable Holiday Gift Guide For All The Bay Area To Enjoy

Every year, the holidays roll around and we’re stuck on inspiration to gift people. Though some resort to gift cards and quick fixes in gift giving, we’re taken another root and sourced our favorite, out-of-the-box ideas that can easily translate from full gift wrap to stocking stuffer. And of course, much ado to the number, […]

Class Of 2020: James Juanillo—Founder and Activist

When it came to curating this list, in the midst of a cultural upset, a global pandemic, and a civil war amongst the people—we were at a crossroads. How do we create a Class Of guide when the world seems to be falling apart every single day, how do we honor people and their achievements […]

Class Of 2020: Breanna Sinclaire—Opera Singer

When it came to curating this list, in the midst of a cultural upset, a global pandemic, and a civil war amongst the people—we were at a crossroads. How do we create a Class Of guide when the world seems to be falling apart every single day, how do we honor people and their achievements […]

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