How did 17th-century painters create their masterpieces without Dick Blick, tupperware, or modern conveniences like paint in tubes? To explain the matter Elisabeth Berry Drago, a PhD candidate in Art History at the University of Delaware and a fellow at CHF, takes us on an artistic tour of Philadelphia.
This video will screen as a part of our live webcast with Elisabeth Berry Drago and Mark F. Bockrath, a paintings conservator for Barbara A. Buckley and Associates Painting Conservation.
Fundamental physics is having quite a spectacular season. In mid-March, the collaborators of the BICEP2 telescope announced the first direct evidence of cosmic inflation, answering a long-standing question about the beginnings of the universe. Now, on the heels of that … Continue reading →
This is the fifth installment of my autobiographical series on my experiences with hearing loss. You can view earlier posts: Prologue; Chapter 1: Seeing Sounds; Chapter 2: Fearless Leader; Chapter 3: The Black Box. Posts appear every other Friday. Sometime when I was six or … Continue reading →