I just discovered a great little website: ArtAndCritique.com, a blog that focuses on the analysis, exploration, and examination of art and artistic methods. From what I can tell, it hasn’t been updated in a while, but the entries are still relevant, informative, and fun to read. Check it out!
Archive for May, 2011
In the chaos and thrill of applying to, and not getting in to, graduate school, I have decided to give my website new life. This URL will remain my personal academic-related blog (e.g. adventures in reapplying to grad school.) (Ian and I are making a personal blog for us.) I am going to turn the index of this website into a blog that discusses everything related to art history that captures my interest, my field of study (early modern, specialization in 17th century Italian art), and education-related theories, practices and news.
The heart of this website is, after all, art history and Caravaggio. It’s time I did the domain justice.
I need to be writing and engaging my intellect during its break from academia. Hopefully, I will get in to graduate school the second time around. I am wiser from the first time.
Until mine and Ian’s new personal blog is developed, I have two personal blogs planned: one about my wedding, and one about the year since graduation which I will post in June. Stay tuned! It’s exciting!