For Creatives: The Art of black hair

Somewhere in the throes of history, the hair that grows out black people’s heads became the topic of obsession, envy, hate, admiration, confusion, and self love.  Art is the expression of human’s creative skill and imagination.  Personally, I cannot think of a medium I have spent more time, money, creativity, and patience on  than my […]

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Museum memo: Tate Modern

If the Brits know anything, it’s how to build opulent building, and how put together a museum. From the British Museum and The National Gallery to the Tate Modern. The week I spent in London was one spent immersed in art.   The Tate Modern Museum had a long history before developing into the entity it […]

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A Brief Introduction: Jack Rasmussen

Jack Rasmussen is currently the Director and Curator and the Katzen Arts Center and the American University Museum. He grew up in the Northwestern region of the United States, spending time in Seattle, Portland, and San Jose. He has earned degrees in Art and Anthropology before moving to Washington D.C. and getting his MFA in […]

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