Typing “catalogue raisonne”, and word suggests “raisin”.
hola buenas noches, april cuando puedas , mira el correo te en mandado alguno que yo se que te va a gustas besitos. tu madre española carmen
Hello Goodnight, april when possible, see mail you in mandate that I be you’ll to like kisses. your Spanish mother carmen (Translated by Bing)
So i have to write an essay about the *single* greatest museum experience I’ve ever had. Just one? Difficult. In the running: The SPAM museum with Yi-re, random St. Charles miniatures museum with Ashley, seeing Guernica and Las Meninas in Spain with Lucy, the freakoid currency museum under the Kemper with Audrey and Elizabeth, the Smithsonians, the super kitschy Museum of Westward Expansion below the Gateway Arch, the very-obviously-eagle-scout-project Lewis and Clark museum, Vatican Splendors at the MO history museum, and pretty much every visit to SLAM ever. How is this possible.
Needless to say, this intro to museum studies class is gonna be GREAT.
(holla atchu 10000ukuleles).
Here is a sneak peek into my new semester, in art historical endeavors:
- proposing and applying for a summer research grant to continue on Lee Krasner paper; come February, hopefully, an acceptance letter and the beginnings of more intense, archival research.
- a new show to curate in the library cafe gallery on campus.
- being a professor’s research assistant and working on the catalogue for a huge show of chinese porcelains for next semester.
- continuing to help work in the university gallery, docent as needed, and be on the installation crew.
- classes Art 328: The Art of Greece and Rome and 428: Museums and collecting; includes loads of reading, long papers, and the curating of a small museum spot around town.
- being a TA for one of the art history profs
- running tutoring services for the art history classes
- oh, being the vice president of the art history society and everything that goes along with that. geez.
It’s gonna be a good semester.
As a friend talking with his friend, man speaks with God, and drawing near in confidence he stands before the face of the One who dwells in light unapproachable.
-Saint Symeon the New Theologian