Back in the day (am I old enough to say that yet?), my mom used to volunteer at my school, leading the Meet the Masters program. Run since 1985, the program is designed to teach kids all about art, and the “masters” that shaped each art period.
Of all the impressive artists I learned about, one particularly stood out as my favorite: Frida Kahlo.
Of all the touristy sightseeing in Paris, the Louvre Museum can’t be missed! The Louvre is the world’s largest museum, covering 782,000+ square feet and housing around 38,000 historical objects!
With over 7 million visitors each year, crowd-weaving becomes an essential skill inside this museum. I’ve rounded up my 6 favorite spots in the Louvre to dodge the sea of people, but still see mix of famous classics and underrated masterpieces.
One of the best parts of my job is getting to travel all around the world! My latest work travel took me to Europe for a week: bouncing around from Czech Republic, to the Netherlands, then ending in France!