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More street art in Perth and Fremantle

On my second stay in Perth I found more rad murals around town.
by vegeTARAian on May 14, 2016

Street art in Perth, Fremantle and Margaret River

Some of the amazing street art I saw in my travels around Western Australia.
by vegeTARAian on Apr 11, 2016

Easter Sunday: 24 Hours in Antigua, Guatemala

Celebrating Easter in a UNESCO World Heritage City I’m back from an incredible trip to Guatemala, and the fact that I’ve been so utterly off the radar for the past 9 days is a testament to the pure relaxation that we felt there. There are...
by The Traveling Scholar on Apr 5, 2016

Hooked on Hawksmoor

Well, I am very late to this party but I became absolutely obsessed with the works of British Baroque architect Nicholas Hawksmoor (1661-1736) on my recent trip to London. Hawksmoor’s professional reputation was overshadowed in his own timeR...
by streets of salem on Mar 25, 2016

Hooked on Hawksmoor

Well, I am very late to this party but I became absolutely obsessed with the works of British Baroque architect Nicholas Hawksmoor (1661-1736) on my recent trip to London. Hawksmoor’s professional reputation was overshadowed in his own timeR...
by streets of salem on Mar 25, 2016

Off to London, Leaving Links to Salem Ladies

I’m off to London for Spring Break so will not be posting for a while, but I wanted to leave some links to some of the posts I’ve written on Salem women to fill in for me in my absence. It is Women’s History Month after all, and som...
by streets of salem on Mar 10, 2016

Off to London, Leaving Links to Salem Ladies

I’m off to London for Spring Break so will not be posting for a while, but I wanted to leave some links to some of the posts I’ve written on Salem women to fill in for me in my absence. It is Women’s History Month after all, and som...
by streets of salem on Mar 10, 2016

Pigment Library: Harvard’s Collection of 2,500 Global Colors

Looking as much like a mad science laboratory as a conservator’s dream workshop, this pigment library is populated with color samples from around the ...
by WebUrbanist on Feb 18, 2016

Rubens’ angels and Antwerp’s angles

It always rained in Antwerp. The cold was the kind of wet central European cold that penetrates any warm clothing and settles in the bones. The cobblestones were uneven to walk at and I felt sorry for generations of horses … Continue reading &#...
by This blue marble on Jan 18, 2016

From a bird’s nest to a war zone

I did not know the Geneva Convention actually exists on paper, with seals and signatures. Well, it does, and it is displayed at the International Red Cross and Red Crescent Museum in Geneva. I did not really ever think of … Continue reading ...
by This blue marble on Jan 8, 2016

Dream Hotels Partners with Artist Mark Anthony Green for Art Basel Miami

Photo Credit: George Elder  Dream Hotels, in partnership with prominent Brooklyn-based artist Mark Anthony Green, announces a series of exclusive events at Dream South Beach in Miami. The events will feature never-before-seen artwork and celebratio...
by Jetsetera on Nov 23, 2015

Taiwan’s National Palace Museum

The National Palace Museum in Taipei is located near the hilly portion of the metropolis. It was an easy commute taking the MRT Wenhu Line. We got off at the Dazhi station, walked a few steps towards the tofu store and caught the B13 (Brown 13)bus. I...
by First-time Travels on Nov 23, 2015

A Journey through Beautiful Midtown Atlanta in Photos

How Was Your Day? Special thanks to Atlanta CVB for excellent Midtown Atlanta experiences! Recently, I was lucky enough to spend a few days in Atlanta. I’ve travelled to a lot of the US, but the South is one part that I haven’t spent tons of time...
by How Was Your Day? on Nov 18, 2015

All the world’s a stage

Facing up against tube strike, sitting in the cab for 1 h 15 minutes from South Kensington to Southwark, wolfing down a wonderful pre-theater dinner at the Swan in 45 minutes, and we made it to the play at the … Continue reading →...
by This blue marble on Jul 28, 2015

Artist Spotlight: Marko Stout

Marko Stout is on a worldwide tour. With exhibits booked for the next 2 years, the innovated, eclectic artist will be making appearances everywhere from New York, California, Miami, Amsterdam, Paris and Germany at some of the biggest art shows in the...
by Jetsetera on Jul 9, 2015

The painted towns of Shekhawati-4: Laxmangarh

Ilay Cooper’s book on Shekhawati set me off on an extraordinary trip to an extraordinary place in January this year. I had to wait for nearly 6 months, though, before I felt ready to write about it — so overwhelming … Continue reading ͛...
by My Favourite Things on Jun 29, 2015

Tips for an Art Gallery Inspired Vacation

Tips for an Art Gallery Inspired Vacation If you love art you just might want to spend some time enjoying art this summer. That can mean many things, from festivals to museums and beyond. If you really want to enjoy the culture and beauty of art this...
by Tips Clear on Jun 29, 2015

The Phantom of the Opera

The phantom of the opera: what an exciting book from a different world for a 17-year-old! History, ghost story, and romance all entwined. Half a lifetime later I finally saw the original production in London, at Her Majesty’s Theatre. Oh …...
by This blue marble on Jun 21, 2015

The painted towns of Shekhawati: Past and present

Ilay Cooper’s book on Shekhawati set me off on a trip to that region earlier this year. It turned out to be an extraordinary trip to an extraordinary place, and I had to wait for nearly six months before I … Continue reading →...
by My Favourite Things on Jun 12, 2015

MEXICO CITY; FREE OPEN AIR ART GALLERY

Along Paseo de la Reforma on the edge of Chapultepec Park in Mexico City (map) there’s always a rotating outdoor display of art/photos which gets changed every week or two. There are over two hundred individual frames on the metal fence for hol...
by You are going where? on May 29, 2015


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