An immersive virtual reality exhibit is popping up in locations across the world, proving to be a new way of examining fine art up close. Inside, visitors walk through a gallery of gilded frames and screens.
Adorned with graceful architecture and a collection of diverse, alluring artworks, the museum located in San Francisco features astonishing collections of Asian art and presents a variety of cultural celebrations and educational programs to the public.
By Grace Wang Especially with the spread of COVID-19 and the need for social distancing, adolescent mental health needs addressing more than ever. Learning about the causes, red flags, and potential solutions of mental health struggles provides us with the knowledge to work through our mental struggles and help those affected in our communities. RedContinue Reading
Every year, high school seniors across the country fall into a state of panic over college applications. Teachers, however, experience this anxiety year after year, graduating class after graduating class. They watch the stress, the all-nighters, the caffeine, the last-minute scrambling, the procrastination, and the mental breakdowns each year. So, to better understand the perspectiveContinue Reading
By: Emma Keas In software-cultivating Silicon Valley, arts education and advocacy may seem dwarfed under the sky-scraping shadows of tech giants. Proposition 13, passed in 1978, “virtually eliminated arts programs” and still has an unrelenting grip on schools around the state, according to the California Alliance for Arts Education. As such, interests in the artsContinue Reading