NFT. You've seen the acronym in headlines and taglines and heard it spoken on air and in your local coffee shops, but what does it mean? Today, we crack the code behind non-fungible tokens.
It's time to go behind-the-scenes and into the vault! Just like all those movies that take place in museums, we have our own exciting tales at FWMoA. Sue Slick takes us on a journey behind the doors of FWMoA and into the historic storage spaces for art.
How does a museum determine if a sculpture must stay in the galleries or if it can go outside? Today, we explore the differences in construction of indoor and outdoor sculpture, and celebrate some new work coming to #fwmoa!
A recent trip to Norfolk, Virginia reminded our Curator of Prints & Drawings, Sachi Yanari-Rizzo, of the John Taylor Arms etchings in the #fwmoa collection. See why in this "Treasures from the Vault".
Staff at #fwmoa are playing favorites! We're asking them to pick their favorite work currently on display in the museum. Curatorial Assistant Jenna Gilley's current favorite? A cast glass sculpture by Robin Grebe, on display in Summer of Glass.
Happy birthday, Luis Jiménez! To celebrate, today in the Studio we're creating animal prints like his "Sidewinder" using a rubbing technique known as frottage.
Starting from abstract mathematical concepts and moving to 3D renderings to create beautifully polished sculpture, stone carver Adam Boyle reminds us that art and math, much like art and science, truly go hand-in-hand.
Explore Francisco de Goya's visual commentary through his aquatints, as he turned the spotlight on human vices, foibles, and corruption in society and politics in this #treasuresfromthevault, written by Sachi Yanari-Rizzo.
Staff at #fwmoa are playing favorites! We're asking them to pick their favorite work currently on display in the museum. Looking for Permanent Collection Intern Audra Widmann? You'll be sure to find her staring at her current favorite, Mucha's "Zodiaque".
Visiting #fwmoa for the first time and not sure where your eyes should start looking? We're here to help! See how understanding the parts of the composition-foreground, middle ground, and background-can make it easier.