The U.S. Commission of Fine Arts was established by Congress in 1910 "to advise the federal government on matters pertaining to the arts and national symbols, and to guide the architectural development of Washington, D.C." Commissioners are selected for their expertise in art and architecture.
"It's a little bit like design court where you come and you present your case to the judges," says CFA Secretary Thomas Luebke. "The general idea is to lift the quality of design in the national capital and to promote the dignity and beauty of the city."
This DIY Project is so much fun, and a surprisingly easy way to display your photos! All you need is some Mod Podge (which is a pretty cool craft glue), photos printed on a laser printer, plus some other simple supplies.
I love finding new ways to display photos, especially in this super digital world we live in. The whole process is really fun and intriguing, and it’s a great project to do with the kids.
Artist Danielle Scott discusses her background and how mentors within the Newark art scene helped develop her practice.
Danielle Scott’s work is featured in the Art + Tech: Perception | Access | Power virtual exhibition.
Accession brings art to life with story and sound. Each episode picks a piece from a museum, and guides the listener to a deeper understanding of the art. To do this, we venture into biography, aesthetics, history, fiction, poetry, and more. Let’s make magic with art.
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