Babylon: A Wonder of the Ancient World

– Hello, I’m Joan Aruz, curator in charge of the Department of Ancient Near Eastern Art here at The Metropolitan, and it is my distinct pleasure to welcome you today to the Armand Brunswick Distinguished Lectures in Archaeology of the Raymond and Beverly Sackler Foundation. These lectures, held every three years, were founded by Raymond…

I painted for 24 hours straight

Hello my dudes. It’s Saturday at 1:00 a.m, and I I’m about to begin the downward spiral into hell. We’re gonna have to be really quiet here because my parents are asleep, so it’s time for some nice ASMR I’ve wanted to make this video now for a couple months But here’s the thing: every…

VCU’s Pharmacy History 2: Ancient Pharmacy

Ancient civilizations extend back thousands of years on our planet. As evidenced by the pictured Sumerian clay tablets, humans recorded recipes of drug remedies 40 centuries ago. The era of ancient pharmacy is important for continuing the practice of cataloging medicinal plants and their applications. Ancient Egyptian, Greek, Roman, Chinese, African and Arabian civilizations ranked…

History of UND Pottery-The Cable Years

for more than a hundred years the University of North Dakota has been known as a place of excellence in the academic world. Students from across the nation gathered here to learn the skills needed to become an engineer, teacher, or other professional. But in a setting where molding young minds was the main mission…

I painted on a 12 hour flight

* deep sighs * Okay, so just stick with me for one second. * dramatic music * So every once in a while, I make a painting video and I always end up complaining during said video about how mentally painful, strenuous, and laborious the process is. BUT, I always end up ignoring my previous…