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Museyon’s Guide to Thanksgiving Weekend

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  Celebrate: It’s Thanksgiving here in America and the official start to the holiday season. All over the country, millions will be hitting the road, train stations and airports, heading home to give thanks with the family. We here at Museyon are thankful for all of our great readers and fans out there and hope you all have a wonderful ... Read More »

Museums + Twitter

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Exciting news this morning via the Museum of Modern Art’s Twitter (@museummodernart),The Rijksmuseum is now officially tweeting from @Rijksmuseum! Yes, we are such nerds for art and museum-hopping that this made our morning. We can’t wait to hear what they have to say; hopefully some of it is in English!   As we sit here anxiously awaiting the Rijksmuseum’s tweets, ... Read More »

Van Gogh Cereal Painting is Large in Size, High in Refined Sugar

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  We’ve seen the cardboard Munchs and the inflatable scream dolls, so a reproduction of Van Gogh’s “Starry Night” rendered in cereal doesn’t really seem all that surprising. Credit where credit is due, artist and art teacher Doyle Geddes certainly does a marvelous job of creating the illusion of the Dutch painter’s brush strokes and oily globs of color out ... Read More »

Artists Hidden in Plain Sight: Guards at New York’s Met Museum Publish Arts Magazine

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  As residents of a city that is home to arguably the best Modern Art museum—MoMA—the most exciting showcase of natural and historical artifacts—The American Museum of Natural History—and quite possibly the most diverse and comprehensive art museum in the world—the Met—we New Yorkers are often shockingly complacent and ignorant of the creative treasures that lie right under our noses. ... Read More »

Looking at ‘Looking at Music: Side 2′

Marcia Resnick, Glenn O'Brien's TV Party, NYC, 1980

  Well consider our minds blown. New York’s Museum of Modern Art has done it again, this time with the exhibition Looking at Music: Side 2, and its matching film counterpart, a mashup of Museyon’s favorite things: Film, Music and Art.   There’s no denying that for an artist, New York was a pretty cool place to be in the ... Read More »

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