Happy Ides of March!

Maybe that’s like saying, “Happy Lent” or “Happy Day of Atonement” during Yom Kippur. Alas.

Here’s the Wikipedia page on The Ides of March for your enjoyment/future trivia knowledge.

Here’s the Senate room where Julius Caesar was killed 2,054 years ago that I took on a trip to Rome a few years ago):
And here’s a view outside of this room in the Roman Forum with my friend Suzanne:

If you’d like to learn more about Republican Rome, check out my Art History notes on the topic. Wish me luck, I have a test on these this week!

Art Ed Posts

I thought I ought to catch everyone up with the posts I’ve written for my Art Education class. Click on the links below to checkout what I’ve been doing in school.

Week 2 (Facilitator of group discussion) and Week 3 (Identity and Contemporary Arts Education)
Week 4 (Postmodern Art and Visual Culture) and Week 5 (Diversity & Multiculturalism)
Week 6 (Thematic Instruction) and Week 7 (Art Criticism)
Week 8 (Art History in Art Education)