3. (Source: pontesdelisboa)

  4. Emily Dickinson’s Herbarium

    (via lesfoudres)

  6. (Source: avrilhallucine)


  7. "On getting involved, one of the things they asked me about was what my arts education meant to me. I started to contemplate that and it seemed like this vast array of color and enthusiasm that I would never be able to navigate. But then when I started to narrow it down a bit, I came to the obvious, and important conclusion, that without an arts education, I would not be the person I am today."

    Anna Musky-Goldwyn

    (Source: The Huffington Post)

  8. Henri Matisse The Cut-Outs @ TATE by delphinesnyers http://ift.tt/1oO6sVu

    (Source: villageunderground)


  9. "Please hear me, Girl: The world has enough women who know how to do their hair. It needs women who know how to do hard and holy things."
    — Ann Voskamp

    (Source: thedelightedpeople, via law-suits)


  11. "The bottom line here is very clear: Arts education isn’t something we add on after we’ve achieved other priorities, like raising test scores and getting kids into college. It’s actually critical for achieving those priorities in the first place."

    Michelle Obama


    (Source: artsarenotdessert)


  13. "I will become what I deserve."
    — Ben Howard

    (Source: knightslayer, via shes-reading-again)