Artpace: Google it!
Now recognized as the most visited website in the world, according to Alexa traffic monitoring, Google is the go-to resource for individuals when it comes to searching the internet or even checking their email (Gmail). Its significance was so pervasive, “google” became a word recognized by the Oxford English Dictionary (2006).
The arrival and subsequent proliferation of Google increased the accessibility to information regarding visual arts.
Just recently, in February of this year, Google Art Project was launched, providing visitors the opportunity to virtually tour a handful of art galleries from around the world, including: Tate Britain, the National Gallery London, and New York’s MoMA.
While there is no substitute to witnessing works of art in-person, Google Art Project expands the dialogue, and hopefully inspires individuals who were once strangers of art to develop their own relationships.
Search tip: Google “Artpace” and click “I’m feeling lucky.”
After being taken to our website, feel free to explore the Archives of past residents’ work, sync your calendar to our upcoming slate of programming (next opening September 22!), and take down our address (445 N. Main Avenue).
Need directions? Let Google Maps handle that!
We’ll be here Wednesday-Sunday from 12-5pm.
Image credit: Google Maps view of Artpace