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Drawing and Fear of Failure

By Danielle Krcmar: “I can’t draw a straight line with a ruler” is often the first thing someone will tell me if I tell them that I teach drawing or I’m an artist. For those of you who want to learn drawing a straight line without a ruler, you might enjoy this, but honestly drawing…

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Hakone Open Art Museum

By Kelvin Ha: Hakone Open Art Museum is situated in the beautiful outskirts in Hakone, Kanagawa. Opened in 1969, the museum is the first open-air art museum in Japan. With a focus on sculptures, the 70,000 square-meter museum features over 100 pieces of local and international artwork. Of the artwork, the museum has one of…

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Bread and Puppet Theater at the BCA

By Michèle Oshima: “I’ve been involved with the Bread and Puppet Theater <http://breadandpuppet.org/> since 1997 when I participated in a collaboration between them, EITALC (a Latin American and Caribbean Theater Consortium), and MIT’s Office of the Arts. I love Bread and Puppet’s work, which combines global current events and politics with live action, puppetry and…

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