What’s the Deal with Evaluating Art? (Part three, the practicum)

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Opifex is a former art student, unrepentant nerd, and occasional annoying liker of things before they were cool. She keeps two sets of polyhedral dice in her purse, in case the first set stops being lucky. That's kind of how she rolls.
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We’ve looked at the academic end of design principals, but how do they play out in real art? This week, let’s apply what we’ve learned.

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What’s the Deal With Calling Van Gogh an Impressionist?

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Opifex is a former art student, unrepentant nerd, and occasional annoying liker of things before they were cool. She keeps two sets of polyhedral dice in her purse, in case the first set stops being lucky. That's kind of how she rolls.
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Hey there everyone, did you know that it’s my birthday? In honor of this 26th anniversary of the glorious day of my birth I am going to indulge myself a little and teach you all not to make a very common mistake about one of my favorite artists. Listen up now, because this is important.

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What I Watched Last Night: “Vincent and The Doctor”

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Sara Habein is the author of Infinite Disposable, a collection of microfiction, and her work has appeared on The Rumpus, Pajiba and Word Riot, among others. Her book reviews and other commentary appear at Glorified Love Letters, and she is the editor of Electric City Creative.
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Last time I wrote for this section, I talked about my nervousness regarding the regeneration of David Tennant to Matt Smith as the Doctor. Cranky dino fear change! Etc. Turns out, it took me longer to grow used to the opening theme changes (the font!) and remodeling the TARDIS interior to”¦ orange. Orange! I’m okay now. I’m still in it. … Read More

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