2019

A Dazzling Denizen

BY JESS MULLALY Alexander Girard might be thought of as the man at the beginning of the rainbow. As [...]

Family Ties

BY KATE NELSON Back in 1917, John Pickard had a problem. A renowned art historian and archaeologist at the [...]

They Also Dug

BY CATHERINE S. FOWLER AND NANCY J. PAREZO If asked, could you name five or more archaeologists famous for [...]

Art on Defeat

BY CANDACE WALSH It’s an ancient question: what do you do with defeat? The question flows from ancient [...]

Petal Pusher

BY KATHERINE WARE It’s spring, and our fancy turns to flowers. For those who are not the gardening sort, or [...]