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“We often question the changing role of technology and its effect on our in-real-life relationships. This photographer went in the other direction—traveling the globe to personally capture her Facebook friends in their homes. Her work moves her digital relationships into something more ‘real’ through actual in-person human interaction. Are the lines between our digital and non-digital lives blurring? Is there even a line anymore?” – Jon

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“One of my favorite things to come out of knowing Jesse was a real appreciation for the beauty of black and white photography. I got excited when I saw that Robert Frank’s Photos will still be on exhibition at the Art Institute of Chicago when we’re there later this month. Art is love.” – Jon

Read more about Robert Frank at the AIC here.

“Crying while watching Dr. Who isn’t a new thing for me. (I’d have to hide behind the settee (aka couch) when the Daleks came on screen back in the 70′s.) But I admit I teared up a bit watching this scene where the time-traveling Dr. takes Van Gogh to visit a room full of his work at Musee d’Orsay.”

- Helen

 

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“The space in which art is installed can be just as important as the art itself. With the opening of the new Whitney in New York last year and the new extension at the Tate Modern, the design of museum spaces can be inspiring in and of itself!” — Jon

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“All you need is love… and art, as proven by this wonderful installation I saw in Kigali, Rwanda this past weekend.” – Jesse 

A wonderful story about finding your inner artist. It’s always time and never too late. – Jesse

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Tweet your art to NASA and they’ll share it with Bennu, the first asteroid to be visited by a NASA spacecraft.

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Goddard Space Flight Center Conceptual Image Lab

“Want your children to survive the future? Send them to art school.” – Sarah

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Photo courtesy of Lowe Mill ARTS & Entertainment