Jim Carrey, the comedian who brought us a lot of joy in his movies and TV shows, has touched so many people with his light-hearted acting and down-to-earth personality. Jim Carrey’s movies list includes blockbuster titles such as The Mask, Ace Ventura, and Dumb and Dumber among others, have left a permanent mark on our… Read More Carry’s Political Drawings and His Dark Sense of Humor
In an act of extreme charity, college students might soon forget all about their debts. As billionaire pledges to erase all student loans, this might seem like a dream come true for many people. https://www.bloglovin.com/blogs/my-modern-met-1170172/billionaire-pledges-to-pay-all-student-loan-6937862847
One of the fundamental aspects of becoming a successful artist is the ability to appreciate and understand the artworks produced in the world around us. Understanding and interpreting paintings of different movements enable new and emerging artists of creating artwork that will eventually correspond to one of the major artistic styles available throughout history. Understanding… Read More 4 Major Ways to Interpret Artwork
As I was browsing through Google’s newest app today for Arts and Culture, I could help but feel entirely amazed by the sheer enormity and beauty of the world surrounding us. Simply scrolling through the endless articles one would feel a sense of awe, as we realize the vastness of history in the world around… Read More A Review of Google Arts and Culture Mobile App
What fascinates me about Google doodles is how they shed light on important events around us, in a fun and artistic way for everyone to enjoy. Most doodles correspond to significant world events, movements, or influential people in history. Today’s theme is the artwork of Ruth Asawa. You can find more doodles here: https://www.google.com/doodles More… Read More Google Doodle and a Japanese artist Ruth Asawa
One of my most fond memories is of me as a little child, sitting around the dining room table with my siblings and decorating eggs for Easter. In Egypt, we celebrate both Easter and Sham El Naseem, which falls on the day after Easter. Sham El Neseem is an ancient Egyptian festival that marked the… Read More The Childish Joy of Easter Eggs
This move has been the last in a series of events by various museums, such as the Met and the Smithsonian and various others. Many of the historically famous art pieces have become available as public domain art images, which means that more people can now enjoy famous paintings from the comfort of their homes.