Cuno to the Met? We'll see
When the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York announced the retirement of its longtime director, Philippe de Montebello, this month, it didn't take long for Art Institute of Chicago director James Cuno to show up on a short list of possible replacements.
Gov's son creates prison-themed board game
The son of Gov. Kathleen Sebelius is peddling a board game titled ''Don't Drop the Soap,'' a prison-themed game he created as part of a class project at the Rhode Island School of Design.
Intuit gives new home to Darger's odd world on Webster Reconstructing Henry
To appreciate the outsider art of Henry Darger, it helps to know how and where he worked: in a cluttered one-room apartment in Lincoln Park, where he toiled for years on an illustrated fantasy epic, In the Realms of the Unreal, that couldn't be fully opened because the giant book was wider than the room itself. There was a bed, but he couldn't sleep in it, covered as it was with paintings, drawings and other materials; he slept in a chair instead.