Author Archives: Lisa K. Langlois

About Lisa K. Langlois

Associate Professor of Art History and Gender Studies, SUNY Oswego, Oswego, New York

Interesting Essay by In the Frame Blog

William Morris is best known for his popular Victorian material prints that were widespread in England’s homes by the end of the 19th century. How did previously elitist culture manage to be accessed by the masses in such a classist society? Morris, like Wedgewood and William Blake, had a deep belief that art and culture should […]

via William Morris – the philosophy of an artist — In The Frame

College Art Association Advocacy Kit for the Arts and Humanities

CAA has posted an advocacy kit comprising articles concerning the arts and their public funding, up to date government agency information, links to and contact numbers for your representatives, and suggestions for ways to reach out to elected officials. They also provide suggested language for general letters and messages crafted to alert politicians and policy makers to our community’s dedication to and activism for the arts and humanities.