What Images Teach Us about Corporate Social Responsibility
How might the art of the past help us to reconsider the contemporary challenges of corporate social responsibility?
What happens when art doesn’t last? Or alternatively, what happens when an artist seeks to destroy the past?
The Château de Versailles, built by the French Sun King, Louis XIV, is usually seen as the ultimate representation of classical French art. However, French artists did not limit their source of inspiration solely to France and Europe.
Money is at the heart of the relationship between business and its shareholders and employees. Dividends, salaries, bonuses — all are about money.
Understanding and exploring the process of producing a work of art through a guided presentation and discussion can help people from all professions rediscover their own creative processes in a variety of fields.
The formal French garden of the height of the Ancien Regime produced the first “selfie.” What can we learn about the culture of the wealthy and the powerful from their gardens ?
Leadership has to be earned and renewed. To be strong, a leader needs to be legitimate. How are women who are leaders or who rule represented in paintings and statues ?
How have the representations of female figures throughout the centuries expressed the ideas of nation, kingdom, and eventually liberty and the republic in the French nation?
What are the many relationships between space and time? Geometry offers us three possibilities: the straight line, the circle, and the point.