Art History Carnival @ The Earthly Paradise

The Earthly Paradise blog (which is a great resource for those interested in Victorian culture and the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood) is hosting an art history blog carnival each month, and the first issue was released this morning. I was pleased to learn that one of my posts from Alberti’s Window was selected for this month’s issue. Hooray!

If you are an art history blogger, I’d strongly recommend that you submit a post to be considered in an upcoming issue of the blog carnival. Although I was familiar with many of the blogs and posts in this issue, I enjoyed becoming acquainted with new sites, writers, and ideas. We art history bloggers are so few; I think The Earthly Paradise could help us come together and strengthen our little blogging community.

  • Hels says:

    agreed :) I hope the art history carnival is a successful new project.

  • H Niyazi says:

    Yes indeed! Congrats M and Hels on having your articles selected.

    I think the Carnival is a wonderful idea and exactly the type of thing Art Bloggers of all preoccupations should get involved in.

    It will not only help engender a stronger sense of community but also is simply a great way to reach a wider audience.

    Kudos to Margaret from The Earthly Paradise for organising it!

    Thanks for posting this M! I was about to do a similar post but am pleasantly preoccupied with interview stuff at the moment.

    H

  • Rebekah says:

    Hoooray! Because you are AMAZING!!

  • heidenkind says:

    There really aren't a lot of art history bloggers, are there? I've noticed there's a bit of technology learning curve with the art history crowd. :P

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This blog focuses on making Western art history accessible and interesting to all types of audiences: art historians, students, and anyone else who is curious about art. Alberti’s Window is maintained by Monica Bowen, an art historian and professor.