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Episode 1: https://youtu.be/QXYIWfwfw24 In the first episode of Art Shack, we give an overview of different forms of expression in art. Art is fundamentally that, an expression, and it can be shown in many ways. We introduce this topic and give some examples of famous pieces of art from history. Episode 2: Chuck Close https://youtu.be/zhuo9eiKdQQ … Continue reading The Art Shack
Korea has a long history of art and poetry. There are numerous surrounding nations and cultures for the Korean people over the ages to draw from. Between their neighboring countries, religion, naturalism, and personal expression in one of the most repressive nations in history, there is a lot to express and also many cultural mediums … Continue reading From ceramics to K-pop, how Korea’s art has evolved
J Dilla's magnum opus Donuts is the best album you have never heard of. J Dilla is regarded as one of the best Hip-Hop producers ever. Anyone who enjoys 90s Hip Hop has probably listened to a J Dilla-produced song. Donuts, unlike Dilla's former albums, was an entirely instrumental album. Dilla's voice is not heard … Continue reading Donuts: The best album you have never heard of
In the Netherlands, the 17th Century was one of the all-time highs. Philosophy, art, science - reformations in all levels of society were making a better Netherlands. The economy was flourishing; however, one of the significant changes to Dutch society was the Protestant reformation. The Protestant Reformation, which, by the time of famous Dutch painter … Continue reading Johannes Vermeer: Catholic Art and the Dutch Golden Age
When you hear the term “newspaper comic strip,” what do you think of? Some people’s minds are drawn to the misadventures of Charlie Brown in Peanuts, while others might think of the imaginative and colorful adventures of a young boy and his tiger in Calvin and Hobbes. Among all the other comic strips, the one … Continue reading The decline of the feline