Monthly Archives: October 2012

More on the Importance of Arts Education

It’s been a little while since i’ve blogged about arts education. With the elections nearing closer, there’s no better time than now to once again get up on my soap box and urge folks to support candidates who support the … Continue reading



Scenes from New Rochelle ArtsFest 2012

In September, we  were proud to be a part of the annual New Rochelle Arts Fest. Hundreds of people came through to experience our Charles Fazzino open studio tour and participate in our 3d interactive art project. They gained an … Continue reading



Boo! Halloween is Coming and the Creativity is Flowing

Halloween month is upon us and the creativity is flowing….costumes, decorations…treats…tricks. Throughout history, famous artists have turned to the Halloween theme over and over again. Arguably, the most famous Halloween-themed painting is Edvard Munch’s The Scream.  Of course, it wasn’t … Continue reading