Design & Production faculty find their museum doppelgängers

The Google Arts and Culture app has quickly shot to the top of the download charts on both iOS and Android, and people around the country have been getting in touch with their artistic side. With access to art in over 1,600 museums across the globe, the free app analyzes the user’s face and finds similar faces in portraits—connecting people with art in both a fun and informative way.

Check out which portraits came up for some of your favorite Design & Production / Visual Arts faculty, and be sure to scroll to the end to see Dean Michael Kelley:

Howard Jones, Director of Scenic Art and Scene Painting / Michael Ancher's "Art Critics. Study"Elizabeth Alexander, Visual Arts - Sculpture / Thomas Cowperthwait Eakins' "Miss Alice Kurtz"Will Taylor, Director of Visual Arts / Valeriano Domínguez Bécquer's "The carlist conspirator"Jason Estrada, Wig & Makeup / Michiel Jansz van Mierevelt's "Portrait of Sir Horace Vere"Kaitlin Botts, Visual Arts - Color & Design / Anonymous "Portrait of a young woman"Dean Michael Kelley / Pelegrí Clavé's "Self-portrait"


Don’t miss out

Want to find your own doppelgänger? Search in your app store for “Google Arts and Culture,” download the app, snap a selfie and have fun!

by Melissa Upton

January 17, 2018