RE: Misemployment in Arts- Philosophy

Regarding a post from earlier this year: Misemployment in Arts Undergrads One reason why philosophy as a discipline has become so poorly received by the public is because we haven’t been out in communities and public life applying our skills, such as our ability to ask critical questions, think critically and compassionately, to be collaborative, … Continue reading RE: Misemployment in Arts- Philosophy


Kid’s Drawings

Hanging children’s drawings on the wall seems like a very strange thing to do. Art was, traditionally, meant to show a command of technical skills and sensitive fidelity to the real appearance of things, proportions, perspective, and so on. Yet now children’s drawings are everywhere, from fridge doors to the walls of office cubicles. What … Continue reading Kid’s Drawings