MITRA is an online initiative which includes both educational resources in addition to an interactive forum that provides independent information on art materials. The forum is moderated by conservators, scientists, art industry experts and other professionals in the field and can serve as a guide for those who are interested in learning about best practices as well as up-to-date scientific research on contemporary art materials and artistic techniques.
What does a cultural Big Bang look like? For Amit Sood, director of Google's Cultural Institute and Art Project, it's an online platform where anyone can explore the world's greatest collections of art and artifacts in vivid, lifelike detail. Join Sood and Google artist in residence Cyril Diagne in a mind-bending demo of experiments from the Cultural Institute and glimpse the exciting future of accessibility to arts and culture.
[image] At The New Inquiry, Malcolm Harris talks to Noah Charney, the founder of the Association for Research into Crimes against Art and the author of the novel The Art Thief. Charney describes his field of inquiry as "an interdisciplinary study of art crime from the perspective of criminology, art history, archaeology, law, museum studies, security studies, policing and investigating." Charney discusses widespread misconceptions about who steals art (hint: not the Thomas Crowns of the world),
Icon's mentors and experts share their thoughts on must-have traits for the modern conservator Conservation is a relatively opaque profession. Those outside the field would be forgiven for thinking it involves fiddling with something for a very long time to sort-of make it look like what it did before. Those inside the field understand the strong foundation of scientific knowledge, practical training and painstaking work that is necessary to build a career as a conservator.
Photographer Stephen Wilkes crafts stunning compositions of landscapes as they transition from day to night, exploring the space-time continuum within a two-dimensional still photograph. Journey with him to iconic locations like the Tournelle Bridge in Paris, El Capitan in Yosemite National Park and a life-giving watering hole in heart of the Serengeti in this tour of his art and process.
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