The View from the CAM: Lessons from the Cincinnati Art Museum
I woke up Sunday morning feeling like I needed to go somewhere, to do something new. And because I am a nerd, I decided that that something new was going to be to check out the Cincinnati Art Museum. I have lived in Oxford for three years and never made it down there, mostly because I didn’t have a car and wasn’t about to drop a hundred dollars on an Uber, so I decided that that would be the day. I will admit, I got lost in Eden Park on my way there… and again when I left.
“Totally Kiln it,” a Short Ceramics Journey and Reflection
In the Arts Management program the experience of the arts is of the utmost importance and sometime you need to do just that, experience it. I haven’t been doing ceramics for very long. In total I’ve been handling clay for less than 6 months. I have had a fascination with the subject for as long as I can remember; one Christmas over a decade ago now, I received this toy potters wheel. It didn’t work well, and I never really figured out how to make anything and it sadly went to
Arts + Technology: How Game Design is Shaping my Future as an Artist.
I’m the youngest person in my very large family, always surrounded by successful and amazing and beautiful people who are constantly achieving things I could never imagine doing myself. As the youngest, it has been difficult to project my voice in the crowd. I know I’m loved, but that doesn’t guarantee anything. The only way I could find my voice was through the arts, and arts management has helped me so much. And even though I’m in the computer science and engineering school
Painting the Picture: Exploring Diversity in Children’s Literature
When was the last time you read a children’s book? Do you have a childhood favorite? You might gain a new perspective on children’s literature, and particularly children’s book illustrations, at the Miami University Art Museum’s upcoming exhibition Telling a People’s Story: African American Children’s Illustrated Literature on January 30 – June 30, 2018. For curator of exhibition, Jason Shaiman, children’s literature holds a special place in his heart. Shaiman has a particula
Letting Art Drive My Education
February 2014 After applying to numerous schools and getting admitted to many, as well, I had narrowed my choices down to two schools. I was either going to go to Indiana University and pursue business in the Kelly school of business or attend Miami University and study architecture. I was very torn between the two and was really struggling to make a decision. I had talked to numerous people and they seemed to advise me to pursue business because there were more jobs in that