The Columbus Museum and the Chattahoochee Valley Regional Office of the Alzheimer’s Association have combined forces to benefit patients with Alzheimer’s disease and early stages of dementia.
Source: Access for the Arts brings art therapy to Columbus Alzheimer’s patients | Columbus Ledger-Enquirer
New York-based “Hoodies for the Homeless” hosts fundraiser with performances from PushMethod and Pro Era’s Nyck Caution and Kirk Knight.
Source: ‘Hoodies For the Homeless’ Unite Visual Art & Hip-Hop with PushMethod & Pro Era at NYC Fundraiser | Billboard
Professor Michael Salmond, from Florida Gulf Coast University, is making art in an unexpected place: video games. Salmond works in electronic arts and interactive design. His recent research takes the form of the game “The Diaries of Professor Ansell: Deceased.” The game is based on H.P. Lovecraft’s short story “The Call of Cthulhu,” and is …
Source: Michael Salmond explores new media through video game art
Carrier and Company Interiors says it’s a design do—as long as you follow their advice
Source: What Not to Do When Displaying Art in Your Bath Photos | Architectural Digest
Some therapists were thrilled that the second lady supports their field. Others worry that her husband’s politics hurt the very people they treat.
Source: Karen Pence Picks a Cause, and Art Therapists Feel Angst – The New York Times
Vancouver-based Big Bad Boo Studios is extending its partnership with UNICEF in order to reach more refugee children, in more countries, with additional content.
Source: Big Bad Boo Expands UNICEF Partnership | Animation Magazine
A selection of the 14,000 works in the Government Art Collection will be on show
Source: UK government plans gallery for its off-duty art
Experts believe that prints in the album show the artist, his mistress and a ship’s doctor
Source: Images of Gauguin in Tahiti discovered in photo album
Emmanuel Gottlieb Leutze, Washington Crossing the Delaware, 1851, oil on canvas.VIA THE METROPOLITAN MUSEUM OF ART/LICENSED UNDER CC0 1.0 As part of a new
Source: Metropolitan Museum of Art Puts 375,000 Public-Domain Images in Creative Commons | ARTnews