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"Art is the most intense mode of individualism the world has known." - Oscar Wilde
How the Renaisance was built on eggs.
Newsweek article about the use of egg white in paint during the Renaissance. Behind a paywall, so see a librarian for help getting it.
Rediscovering the Forgotten Benefits of Drawing
From Scientific American: Over a century ago, the ability to draw was a necessity. No cameras, printers, copiers, or online images - if you wanted to convey information visually, you had to do it yourself.
Why musicians need philosophy
Not as much, I grant, as philosophers need music, but nevertheless the need is real.
Piet Mondrian Pong
Game involving the art of Pieter Cornelis Mondriaan
Music Education is No "Frill"
How did you learn your alphabet? Was there a song involved? Have you ever taught the alphabet to a three-year-old? Did you do so without a song? Think about what it would be like to teach it without the song. Would the child learn it rapidly? Would the child even be interested in learning it?