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Agnes Scott goes to the Auction!

Agnes Scott goes to the Auction!

Last weekend, Agnes Scott Art Department students and faculty attended the Art Papers Auction at Mason Murer gallery, an event hosting the works of many local artists. Recently, a new tradition, established by Agnes students and faculty, is for the students to buy a work of art as a gift, their senior investiture to the … Continue reading

Art Tripping: Berlin

Art Tripping: Berlin

Berlin is a modern city with ancient wonders. They have so many museums in Berlin that there is a dedicated area of the city called “Museum Island” or, in German , “Museuminsel.” Museuminsel is home to around thirty different museums with collections that hold some of the world’s most famous works of art. The Pergamon … Continue reading

Art Tripping: Amsterdam

Art Tripping: Amsterdam

Taking the trip from Paris to Amsterdam is well worth the three hour jaunt by train. The Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam is alone reason enough to travel to Europe. The Van Gogh Museum chronicles the life of Van Gogh through his painting. The audio guide for thie museum is particularly good, as it places … Continue reading

Art Tripping: Brussels

Art Tripping: Brussels

I should premise this entry by saying that I have only been to Brussels once, but the one time I have travelled there, I went solely for the purpose of seeing art. For the frugal traveler, Brussels is the perfect city. Viewing the architecture is obviously free, and the museums in Brussels are cheaper than … Continue reading

The Three Musketeers Review

The Three Musketeers Review

The spellbinding action film of 2011 has arrived–The Three Musketeers. This movie features a stellar cast that includes Mila Jovovich (the lead in the Resident Evil films), as a deceptive spy, Orlando Bloom as an impassioned villian, and  Logan Lerman as a training Musketeer. The ensemble cast supporting the leads is as brilliant as the … Continue reading

College Night at the High Museum of Art

College Night at the High Museum of Art

The Fine Arts Society went to College Night at the High Museum of Art on September 10.  There were many special features for college students during the evening including a craft opportunity.  Old cigar boxes were provided for students to paint and decorate to create memory boxes in honor of Radcliff Bailey’s artistic style.  See … Continue reading

Film Review: Beautiful Losers

The film, Beautiful Losers, directed by Aaron Rose tells the story of a group of young, contemporary artists from across the nation with no formal art education who would later become the artists behind Alleged Gallery and many well-recognized commercial products. The title, Beautiful Losers comes from the shared feeling among the artists that they … Continue reading

The Housemaid Movie Review

The Housemaid Movie Review

Have your movie going experiences gotten stale? Does a night out in a dark theatre provide less than a thrill for some cheap popcorn? Well, I’ve got a movie that will shock and yank you right out of your cinema slump. The Housemaid, a Korean suspense/thriller by Sang-soo Im, is just the answer to your … Continue reading