Art Term Tuesday: Papier-mâché

Papier-mâché is an art technique you may have explored in your elementary school classroom. Today, we're looking at it beyond its role in the craft room and into the world of fine art, where its use is limited only by the creator's imagination.

Art Term Tuesday: Artist

Who is an artist? Is it anyone who creates? Or is it only those special few who make it their livelihood and find their works on the walls of a museum? Today, we delve into the definition of an artist in this #arttermtuesday from #fwmoa.

Art Term Tuesday: Line

A line is just a...line, right? Not at all! Today, we look at the multiple roles that the line plays in art, both starring and supporting. One of the seven visual elements of art, the line is where every artist starts.

Art Term Tuesday: Risograph

We've talked about multiple printing processes on the blog, but a Risograph was a new one for even some of our staff! Today, #fwmoa Print & Drawing Curator Sachi Yanari-Rizzo walks us through the process of these prints, currently on display in "Year of Making Meaning".

Art Term Tuesday: The Canon

If you have taken a survey of art history course, then you have studied the canon, or the "great artists". Today, however, the canon is coming under discussion for its exclusivity. Does it still have a place in the study of art?