Category Archives: art-based knowledge mobilization

Why do artists create art? And what circumstances influence their work? 

Art historian Michael Baxandall suggested seeing art as a solution to a problem, where necessities of different kinds “charge” the urge to create it. Accordingly, he saw art historians’ role as giving an account of the factors which brought forth … Continue reading

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CRRS Fellows Workshop April 12: William Barker & Noa Yaari

Please join me at the Fellows Workshop at the Centre for Renaissance and Reformation Studies, the University of Toronto on Tuesday, April 12, 4:00-5:30 pm (EDT). Follow this link for details and registration to the live zoom session: https://crrs.ca/event/fellows22/ William … Continue reading

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