Friday Links: King Arthur’s birthplace, Dan Flavin unplugged, and an ‘I Love Lucy’ makeover
Some stories we’ve been reading this week:
- Using ground-penetrating radar, structures from the dark ages have been located, including–possibly–King Arthur’s birthplace?
- Is a light installation by Dan Flavin still art when the power is off?
- Bet you didn’t see this coming: How Viennese portraiture of the early 20th century can strengthen our understanding of the relationship between art and science.
- Can’t get to the Netherlands to celebrate the quincentenary of its native son Hieronymus Bosch? Brush up on your knowledge and explore “The Garden of Earthly Delights” from home!
- A small town in New York is breathing easier now that a public sculpture of Lucille Ball, dubbed ‘Scary Lucy’, has been replaced.
- You would think that an art museum educator would be thrilled by the craze for adult coloring books. So why isn’t she?
- Get lost with this picture map of London. We did!