Pangaea Station Art Education Video Series
About the series:
The Pangaea Station Art Education Video Series is a popular “fun-ducational” web 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.
About the host:
Taylor Baldry is the host of the Pangaea Station Art Education Video Series. He mixes the seriousness of education with the joy of art history. Taylor lives and works in the Pangaea Station below Minneapolis. Send pictures of your food, as well as questions or comments about the show to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Episode No. 4: “The Chimera of Arezzo”
In the fourth installment of the Pangaea Station, Taylor takes on one of the greatest mashups in art history.
Pangaea Station Short: “Taylor’s Dream Featuring Karen”
In this Pangaea Station short, Taylor dreams of his maybe-girlfriend Karen. But is it a dream?
Episode No. 3: “The Allure of the Mona Lisa”
Everyone has heard of the Mona Lisa. But why? Taylor tells you why.
Episode No. 2: “The Venus of Willendorf”
In this episode, Taylor discusses two of his favorite little ladies.
Episode No. 1: “Classical Columns”
In the first installment of the Pangaea Station, Taylor discusses a topic that bears a lot of weight in art history.