Exhibit Poster

Rosella Parra

Sporting Fashion at the Cummer Museum

The Cummer Museum in Jacksonville, Florida, is featuring its newest and most exhilarating exhibit yet - Sporting Fashion: Outdoor Girls 1800 to 1960.

Tom Lea, Two-Thousand Yard Stare

Louise Irpino

Why Does The Internet Love The Two-Thousand Yar...

Delve into Thomas C. Lea's 1944 WWII-era illustration, The Two-Thousand Yard Stare, the role of a war artist, and the painting's incorporation into memes.

Phenomenon of Floating

Lily Frye

Rob Gonsalves

Rob Gonsalves blends reality with fantasy through his Magic Realism art, evoking a sense of whimsical escapism that captures the imagination of all.

North Korea Satellite View via WIkimedia

Madelyn Kenney

Satellite Art

Satellite art is considered a magnum opus of intersectional arts because it provides the public with a tangible view of the world using raw data.

Juan Gris, Pierrot, 1921 via Wikimedia

Jesslyn Low

Pierrot The Sad Clown

Pierrot, from naive Commedia dell'arte valet to complex icon, captures the evolving emotions and roles of the quintessential sad clown.

Installation view of Kjartansson’s Take Me Here by the Dishwasher: Memorial for a Marriage. Photograph: Tristan Fewings/ Getty Images, courtesy of the artist, Luhring Augustine New York and i8 gallery Reykjavik

Taylor Hunt

Performance Art

Performance art stands out as a dynamic and boundary-pushing medium. Explore these five provocative examples and their ability to challenge and inspire.


Emma Livingston

Ella West Gallery

Ella West Gallery, a Black woman-owned art space, renews Durham's historic Black Wall Street by celebrating and promoting Black artists.

Quantum Waves

Madelyn Kenney

Art and Quantum Physics

Art and quantum physics merge to reveal the unseen, exploring the universe's possibilities through the lens of creativity and scientific inquiry.

Frida Kahlo pictured with her work, Two Fridas, 1939 via

Lily Frye

Frida Kahlo’s Self-Portraits

Frida Kahlo's self-portraits reveal a unique journey of self-identity, shaped by trauma, culture, and femininity, securing her legacy.

Amphora with Ajax Carrying the Dead Achilles | The Walters Art Museum

Rosella Parra

Black Amphora Art

Black-figure amphora art in Ancient Greece depicted mythology and narratives, honoring customs and heroes through unique pottery techniques.