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Museum at Home Interactive Blog: #betweenartandquarantine Challenge

By April 17, 2020July 28th, 2020No Comments

Have you ever wanted to be a part of a famous artwork?

While most of the country has entered some form of quarantine, many large art museums (starting with the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam and the J. Paul Getty Museum in CA) have invited folks from across the globe to share pictures of themselves imitating artworks!

The challenge is called Between Art and Quarantine.

You can learn more about the national challenge HERE

We’ve decided to throw our hat into the ring as well! Take a look at how we’ve decided to make life imitate art!

Girl and Lamb, Artist Unknown (Dyckman Collection) / Kirsten Wise Gosch and “Lamb”

Mary Pitney Morgan, Charles Loring Elliott / Mallory Bleiler

Portrait of a Man, Artist Unknown / Portrait of Geoff Starks

Girl and Dog, Artist Unknown / Karyn Radcliffe and Dog

Now it’s your turn!

Take a look through these paintings from our collection and choose which you would like to imitate!

Rules of the #betweenartandquarantine Challenge:

1) Choose your favorite artwork

2) Find three things lying around your house

3) Recreate the artwork with those items

4) Share it with us!
Post your meme in the comments section of this blog or go on Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter, tag the Cayuga Museum and add these hashtags to your post: #betweenartandquarantine #museumfromhome #museumathome #nysmuseums #SupportCayuga #MuseumInExile

Need more inspiration? Check out the Getty Museum’s blog post and link to their digital collection!

Getty Museum Blog

Have fun!

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