So sorry that I haven’t been keeping up with you lately. I’ve been a bit distracted. In truth, I was spending time with an old love. Some of you may know what it is like to reconnect with your first love. Initially awkward, you stumble to find the words that you want to use. Your…Read More
Creative Arts in Education
By Mae Rymer Creative arts in education is one of many curriculum victims of budget cuts, and had been deemed as nonessential within the education structures via outside views; comparing its value to that of sports, science, and liberal arts. But by actively de-funding and the creative arts of fine art, graphic design, music, and…Read More
Abstract Art: WTH am I looking at?
By Mae Rymer “Abstract Art: art that does not attempt to represent external reality, but seeks to achieve its effect using shapes, forms, colors, and textures” – Oxford Languages Whether many of us are aware of it or not, we have all been exposed, by one way or another, to a type of abstract art….Read More
Art by Mae Rymer
Art: Who’s got it? Who wants it? Who needs it? The short and skinny answer to all of those questions is surprisingly, all of us. In the Arts and Culture corner of DML, we’ll be exploring the wonderful realm of ART! What makes someone an artist? What are art categories? What the hell am I…Read More