MIDEA Posts Tagged ‘art history’

Diogenes’ Lamp

Diogenes’ Lamp

Searching for a way to teach and communicate traditional art history in the digital world This blog is about fear, regret, longing, and satisfaction. It is written in the hope that it may help others better understand colleagues who are hesitant about embracing new technologies.  This is a narrative about my reluctance to embrace commonplace […]

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Bumbling forward

Bumbling forward

  “You’ve got to bumble forward into the unknown.” — Frank Gehry Every person I know, every project I work on, and every part of my life is currently in transition.  Truly Rimsky-Korsakov’s “Flight of the Bumblebee” could be my current theme song. (Here’s a version done with eight pianos for those of you who […]

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