Many schools are still closed due to COVID-19 lockdowns, forcing parents to homeschool their kids, and leaving many children missing their friends and routine. Teachers are another group affected by the changes. Some have had to adjust to taking their classes online—through video calls—but this doesn’t achieve the same intimacy as a traditional classroom.
The creators behind Atelier des Lumieres, Massimiliano Siccardi with Luca Longobardi, are opening their Immersive Van Gogh installation in Toronto...
Google is known for honoring anniversaries, people, and events with their illustrated Google Doodles.
The Van Gogh Museum touts the largest collection of artworks from Vincent van Gogh and it has now increased its already sizable virtual footprint with a seven-part video series taking the viewer on a private tour of parts of the museum’s collection. This once-in-a-lifetime opportunity helps you connect to Van Gogh’s artwork in a reverent setting accompanied by a rich musical score.
In the center of Seoul’s version of Times Square, a giant wave appears as though it could crash down upon...
French artist Nathalie Lété has kept busy during lockdown by turning her country house into a bucolic wonderland.
Perhaps Rembrandt van Rijn’s most famous painting, The Night Watch (1642), can now be seen in greater detail than ever before. You no longer have to worry about obeying the cautionary signs that line museum walkways and making sure to stand a respectable distance away from this massive piece from the Dutch Golden Age of Art; the Rijksmuseum has uploaded a fully zoomable 44.8-gigapixel (44,804,687,500 pixels) digital image of the painting in its full glory.
Artist Jake Henzler (also known as Boy Knits World)
The Italian Renaissance—which produced artists such as Michelangelo, Leonardo da Vinci, and Titian—was one of the most defining periods of...
No matter the weather, Azerbaijan-based artist Fidan Zaman takes to the shores of the Caspian Sea to paint the seawater and the sky. From dark, murky waters and gray clouds to turquoise waves and sunlit horizons, Zaman captures the beauty of the beach during all four seasons. Each seascape lives inside her sketchbook, but it becomes part of the landscape when she holds it up to the shoreline to photograph it.
In 1898, marine biologist Carl Chun led a German expedition on the SS Valdivia to explore the deep sea.
Art has existed for tens of thousands of years.