In this Tate-produced video, architect Zaha Hadid talks about the influence of Russian painter Kazmir Malevich on her work.
I always enjoy these behind the scenes looks at what goes on in the museum world. In this video we get a glimpse of the enormous amount labor that goes into maintaining works of art.
UK-based organization Culture 24 has a new project geared towards kids called “Show.Me.” It has tons of projects and articles written for kids ages 7-11. There is also a lot of information on the best museums to visit with kids and what to see when you get there.
The combination of great visuals and great content make this site a must visit for anyone involved in teaching children about history and the arts.
This video is of a recent performance of “Product of Circumstance” by Xavier le Roy.
The Reading List is our regular look at art-related essays and articles that have recently appeared on the web. After a hiatus of a couple months we are bringing it back and it will once again be a weekly feature of the Art Resources Project appearing each Friday.
The Art of Slowing Down in a Museum: I first noticed this New York Times piece when the MCA Chicago posted that it was an article a lot of their staff members had been reading. It makes an argument for slowing your pace in a museum and avoiding the urge to speedwalk through a museum’s greatest hits.
Artists Report Back: This link takes you to a PDF detailing a study done by BFAMFAPhD. They took on the hard task of finding out where arts graduates land after completing their degree. This is a must for anyone who is interested in the survey projects previously done by groups like W.A.G.E.
Hanging a Tapestry in the Met Is a Lot More Complicated Than You Think: Slate posted this awesome time lapse video of workers at the Met in New York hanging a large Tapestry in one of their galleries. It is amazing to watch so check it out!