The show will include discussion groups on nudity and its philosophical and political implications.
Marskell says the museum hasn’t “received any blowback” from the local community. Formerly the Waterloo Region Children’s Museum, it has held equally colourful exhibits in the past, varying in topic from Andy Warhol to the science of sexuality.
But “good naked” and “bad naked” aren’t ideas exclusively reserved for people: It appears they are frequently applied to art.
This only irritated me because he didn't really ask, he just decided.
But the best part of the night was right before I went to bed (he was staying on the couch): He asked me if I should change my pad.
(Needless to say, the relationship doesn’t work out, for reasons having more to do with naked physique than his girlfriend’s.) Jerry Seinfeld wasn’t the first person to make the distinction between “good naked” and “bad naked,” though he may be the funniest: Humans have been categorizing nudity for millennia.
In ancient Sparta, for example, , actress Lena Dunham does almost everything in her birthday suit—an aesthetic choice deemed variously gratuitous or revolutionary.
(will provide a child-friendly experience for those interested.) Eichhorn, who posed naked in life-drawing classes as an undergraduate, thinks it’s strange that nudes in a public building strike some as controversial.
But she acknowledges there’s another reason Canadians may not want to engage with nudity—one that has nothing to do with prudishness.
He wasn't supposed to stay the night, but he lived 45 minutes away, it had snowed earlier, and I lived in a very rural area with a lot of hills and curves.
So he decided he was going to stay that night instead of driving home.
A portion of the Art Bank’s collection, some of it by well-respected Canadian artists (Evan Penny, Donigan Cumming, to name a few) remains unseen by the public. Eichhorn has teamed up with The Museum, in Kitchener, Ont., to display these works for the first time in an exhibit called .