Art History takes Chicago

Sitting in a classroom learning about world-famous art pieces can be fun, but seeing them in person is ideal. “I think it’s important that the students see real artwork; the pictures in the book don’t do the pieces justice.” said art teacher Mrs. Yoder.  That’s why Yoder’s third and fourth hour Art History AP classes […]

100 years of history on display at the Art Museum of Greater Lafayette

By Alyse Allred Lafayette, Indiana—Just across the Wabash River, hidden among the South Ninth Street clamor, sits the Art Museum of Greater Lafayette. The building is unassuming, outfitted with a vandalized sign and hidden parking lot; however, this is a misleading cover to a museum with over a hundred years of history. Founded in 1909, […]

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