This UVA blog is intended to provide a forum of opinion and commentary on subjects and issues of interest to the UVA community. The opinions expressed are those of the individual authors. Comments to any post may be submitted to blog@UnboundVisualArts.org which may be published at the discretion of UVA. You can also write a post and submit it to UVA for consideration. Here's the list of possible blog topics but there are many more: 1) How to visit an art exhibition 2) How to review an exhibition 3) A short how to curate an exhibition 4) The role of the art museum 5) The role of the art school 6) A short primer on contemporary and/or modern art 7) Various contemporary art styles 8) Trends in contemporary art 9)Performance art explained and relationship to other art 10) Museum art vs. gallery art 11) What makes a good exhibition? 12) How to look at an artwork? 13) Art for the home 14) Original art vs prints, posters and copies 15) Collecting art - how, why 16) Buying art on a budget 17) Why buy art? 18) What do artists think about when creating artwork? 19) Various topics on art appreciation 20) Popular themes in contemporary art (past) 21) Popular exhibit themes worth exploring through art 22) Popular or well known contemporary artists 23) Websites worth visiting 24) Art registries 25) Art Insurance 26) Art Fairs around the world 27) is it art? or What makes it art?, 28) What is contemporary art? 29) What is Modern Art? 30) Differences between curated and juried exhibitions.
Is Public Art Good for the Public? December 16, 2016 by John Quatrale
Has the Art Sector Changed in Massachusetts? August 10, 2016 by John Quatrale
Curated vs. Juried for Today’s Art, July 18, 2016 by John Quatrale
Part 2) How to Locate Contemporary Art Exhibitions That Work for You: The Boston Experience by John Quatrale
Part 1) How to Locate Contemporary Art Exhibitions That Work for You: The Boston Experience by John Quatrale
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