Which Way, Digital_Humanities? Murtha Baca | March 21, 2013 Those of us in the digital humanities field—which is to say, all of us seriously interested in arts and letters in the 21st-century—are […]
Getty Voices: Looking East, Looking West Jessie Park | March 25, 2013 The adventure started over a simple lunch and a small book in my mother language. Stephanie Schrader, associate curator of […]
J. Paul Getty Museum – Overdrive: L.A. Constructs the Future, 1940–1990 Apr 09—Jul 21, 2013 This exhibition charts L.A.’s rapid transformation into one of the globe’s most influential industrial, economic […]
Building and maintaining a network of mentors facilitates success. We all learned in kindergarten that two heads are better than one. But finding second heads and managing them isn’t as […]
Consider the Earth’s history as the old measure of the English yard, the distance from the King’s nose to the tip of his outstretched hand. One stroke of a nail […]
“I’ve been thinking that Modernism has already reached the limit or a dead end,” Mr. Ito said through an interpreter. http://www.nytimes.com/2013/03/18/arts/design/toyo-ito-wins-the-pritzker-architecture-prize.html?ref=global-home&_r=0
History is more than just facts, it is an attempt to describe why the facts exist.