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While self-isolation has prevented me from doing many of the activities I love, I’ve also had more time than ever to explore some old hobbies. I have always found embroidery to be a fun way to create art, and a short list of supplies means that there is a fairly low barrier to entry before […]
The Student Educators Art & the Museum (SEAM) group at the Johnson Museum of Art collaborates with other clubs on campus, designing specifically themed events to bring more people to the museum. Early this semester, Mainland China Student Association (MCSA) reached out to us and expressed their wish for a Chinese-themed tour and studio activity […]
I have been the Intern of Public Programs at the Johnson for five semesters. As a senior, my goodbye to the museum was bittersweet, memories of moon festivals and toddler tours tinged with the unexpected tension and abruptness of leaving. One of the last times that I went in to work in the museum, Carol […]
Art has the unique ability to teach us about human emotions. I believe that the most poignant works of art are created when artists from all walks of life take their own experiences and put them on canvas, laying out their emotions for all to see. It’s a wonderful learning opportunity for viewers to gain […]
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