ESL and Art: Self Portrait Lesson Plan

ESL and Art: Self Portrait Lesson Plan

This is an art lesson I do with my students, from fifth grade to high school. This lesson is about 50% art lesson and 50% English lesson (although, the whole thing is taught in English). You can watch the video below to see how I execute the lesson; otherwise, just read on! Lesson Details: Age […]

8 Celebrities You Didn’t Know Were GREAT Dancers

8 Celebrities You Didn’t Know Were GREAT Dancers

When it comes to celebrities known for their dance skills, there are four categories: 1. Actors who have portrayed dancers (Jessica Alba in Honey; Gabrielle Union in Bring It On; Mila Kunis and Natalie Portman in Black Swan; Channing Tatum in Step Up; Janet Hubert in that one Fresh Prince episode) 2. Singers who dance better than […]

Art in South Korea: Seoul Trick Eye Museum (with Discount Coupons!)

Art in South Korea: Seoul Trick Eye Museum (with Discount Coupons!)

Korea has so many captivating, historical landmarks outdoors, from palaces to temples to the world’s oldest bridge. During the spring and summer, enjoying these attractions is a piece of cake. In the winter, though? Unless you enjoy bone-chilling winds that make your eyes water and slippery, non-salted sidewalks (and I know there are a few […]

New Year, New Post Schedule

New Year, New Post Schedule

Happy New Year folks! The end of my 2015 was cuh-razy busy—trying to squeeze the maximum amount of time with family and friends while preparing to leave the country and start a new job for…who knows how long, in South Korea (round two!). Blogging definitely took a backseat as I tried my best to adequately […]

Art in the Heart of Dallas: The Fabrication Yard

Art in the Heart of Dallas: The Fabrication Yard

When you’re in a new city and want to check out the art scene, where do you go? x  A. The art museum x  B. The art district →C. An abandoned warehouse!   Dallas has set aside an area of the city for the specific purpose of legal graffiti. In 2013, the Fabrication Yard was […]