Francisco de Goya
Our first meeting of the semester is today in the CFA, at 6:30. We meet in the area full of tables on the second floor, outside the cafe.
Let’s rock this.
Something is afoot in the Asian Arts gallery. Here’s the description from the site:
Meditation on Contemporary Landscape
Asian Arts Gallery, Center for the Arts
Saturday, February 12 – March 19
Opening reception: Saturday, February 12, 2-4 pm
Featuring works of artists from East Asia, this exhibition captures the spirit of the landscape in a contemporary context expressed in modern visual language and idioms. These artists lead the viewer in a journey of metaphorical contemplation over the message about interdependence of nature and culture within a highly technological environment. Guest Curator: Luchia M. Lee
Hey, everyone! Since Towson students don’t go back to school until January 29th, we in the art history club have been able to relax and lie around twirling our Salvador Dali mustaches. But in the meantime, I’ll be sure to post some fun artsy things happening in the Baltimore, Towson and DC area, as well as good art, good movies, good TV shows and good creative things to do besides watch a million reruns of Anthony Bourdain (the way I’ve spent my break).
Also, yours truly now owns a Nook! Way up on my list of books to add is Tracy Chevalier’s ‘Girl With a Pearl Earring’. The movie’s very good too: Scarlett Johansson and Colin Firth are incredible to watch. I wonder if Vermeer’s kids really were such little demons…