the man who killed art

Although I heartily agree that Andy Warhol can be overrated at times, I think Warhol today is much more than the mere man or his work. I am participating in a Massive Open Online Course sponsored by The University of Edinburgh as much for its subject & content as for the experience. I am hoping I can find more ways to encourage my students to use the Internet to supplement their educations instead of merely posting gossip on FaceBook. Here are some Warhol inspired images I have created that I already share with some of the humanities classes I teach…

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