The Wynwood Walls are located in the art district of Downtown Miami. I highly recommend visiting this place if you are into graffiti art and mural masterpieces.
You are a goddess living in a city of angels 👸🏽✨
Welcome to the Insta-famous Infinity Room — better known as Yayoi Kusama’s Infinity Mirrored Room. Not all visitors at The Broad are able to experience this beauty because the lines are ridiculously long.
This is serious! Kapatid ako at ako [my sister and I] are both On the Wings of Love fangirls, and we got to witness the very location Nadine Lustre and James Reid filmed the proposal. San Francisco is officially an OTWOL landmark.
The Museum of Modern Art PS1 holds experimental and contemporary art galleries in an old school. This is probably the only museum I have ever visited that intrigued me and creeped me out at the same time. I was mostly creeped out because of the fact that we were in a super old school.
Mark and I went to Seattle, Washington for Spring Break 2015! We mainly went for vacation and to check out potential schools there. It was Mark’s first time there and I am so happy he loved it.
As I was doing my response papers for my poetry class, I eventually found myself in a mini-Art History review of Edwa;
urious bug in me that always picks up every detail and has to know who they are, where a place is located, what it is, etc. (Painting above: “Nighthawks” by Edward Hopper)
“Soul music is about reaching and touching people on a human level.” —Jill Scott
“Women of Soul: In Performance at the White House” is a celebration of American women artists whose work has left an indelible and profound impact on our national musical culture. Aretha Franklin, Melissa Etheridge, Patti LaBelle, Jill Scott, Janelle Monáe, Tessanne Chin, and Ariana Grande bring blues, jazz, soul, R&B, and Rock and Roll together at the White House.
Reasons Why You Should Watch “Women of Soul” from Beginning to End:
- It is in honor of Women’s History Month (March 2014).
- The Queen of Soul, Aretha Franklin, performs. Do you need any other reason?
- Mr. President Obama is funny when he gives his introduction speech.
- Aretha Franklin will have you in tears during her “Somewhere Over The Rainbow” performance.
- Shirley Bassey’s (“one of the most popular female vocalists in Britain during the last half of the 20th century”) song is covered by Janelle Monáe.
- Tessanne Chin sings Donna Summers’ “Last Dance”.
- The performers gather together to sing Tina Turner’s “Rolling On The River” and it will make you dance.
Thank you so much PBS for sharing this amazing experience online for everyone to see.
lots of virtual hugs 💙