If my life were a pie chart, the biggest piece would probably be daydreaming.– Justin H.
Last night: Private opening of the new Egyptian & Nubian galleries at the Ashmolean Museum! I had the privilege of volunteering in the cloakroom. (I know, I’m kind of a big deal.) They estimated 600 people came through the museum doors, and I took at least 400 coats. That is no small feat. Speakers included the Director of the museum (Dr. Christopher Brown), Vice-Chancellor...
A picture is a form of proposition which solves itself. It is as an axiom...– Joseph Maclise, Surgical Anatomy, 1851
Brevity is not only the soul of wit, it is the salvation of public lectures.– Jonathan Brown, Kings and Connoisseurs
Cycle Oxford is on tumblr! →
Hey all you awe-some people, click the link above for more great pictures of Oxford and this amazing organization that I work with! We kick all the boys out for Beryls’ Night (women’s workshop access only, sorry men), but that doesn’t stop them from coming back the next day to do more amazing things with bikes: “Because bikes in Oxford are more than just an occasional...
What changes are the plural forces and rules composing the field in which...– Michel Foucault, Power/Knowledge, 1970
This is your life.
Do what you love and do it often. If you don’t like something, change it. If you don’t like your job, quit! If you don’t have enough time, stop watching TV. If you are looking for the love of your life, STOP. They will be waiting for you when you start doing the things you love. Stop over analyzing. Life is simple. Open your mind, arms, and heart to new people. We are...
This is awesome. My friend and classmate Gabe Hughes is doing something so incredible that I can hardly contain my glee. She’s drawing a mustache on her face every day for the entire month of November. Why, you ask? It’s Movember! A fundraising event for prostate and testicular cancer where all kinds of guys grow all kinds of lip hair and raise all kinds of money. But why limit...
The problem lies not so much with some feminists’ concept of what...– Linda Nochlin, Why Have There Been No Great Women Artists?