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Our underground video series by Taylor Baldry makes a special return with more fun facts about art history brought to you by the Zorn Corporation. This time, our host takes on one of art's great mashups, the famed "Chimera of Arezzo."
February 5, 2016

Chimera of Arezzo, bronze, c. 400 BCE. Courtesy of Museo Archeologico Nazionale,Florence.

 

The Pangaea Station Art Education Video Series is a "fun-ducational" video series hosted by Taylor Baldry, produced by the Zorn Corporation in partnership with mnartists.org. Each episode aims to bring good times together with fun art history facts. The series is filmed beneath Minneapolis, Minnesota in the Pangaea Station: a subterranean, mobile, geo-practical facility.

Missed some episodes? Go back and watch earlier installments in the series:

Ep. 1: "Classical Columns"

Ep. 2: "The Venus of Willendorf"

Ep. 3: "The Allure of the Mona Lisa"

A Pangaea Station Short: "Taylor's Dream Featuring Karen" (Zorn Corporation Records)

Related events:

Come meet Taylor Baldry in person, and watch episodes of The Pangaea Station on the big screen as part of the Walker Art Center's Free First Saturday program, "Everyone is a Mn Artist," February 6, 2016 from 10 am to 3 pm.

Taylor Baldry is the host of the Pangaea Station Art Education Video Series presented by Mn Artists. He mixes the seriousness of education with the joy of art history. Taylor lives and works in the Pangaea Station below Minneapolis.

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