With a diverse group of opinionated art aficionado contributors, this blog from Sartle aims to mix serious art history with silly and shocking art world facts, peppered with more than a few snarky observations. Sartle seeks to disrupt and democratize the traditional academic art history model, to benefit the world by creating more art lovers, and to help students and teachers spice up their curriculum. Some of the currently featured posts on the blog include: "Judy Chicago: A Retrospective at De Young Museum in San Francisco," which alerts folks in the Bay Area to prepare for a brand new smoke sculpture on the front lawn of that museum; and "Permanent Collection: Andy Warhol and Pop Art Tattoos," which despite the title, discusses not just tattoos inspired by Warhol, but by Keith Haring, Roy Lichtenstein, and Henri Matisse as well. The blog also features Art History Readers on topics such as "Women Were the First Outsider Artists," "Modernism," and "Neoclassical Art." In addition to the blog, visitors can check out Sartle's features on "Artworks," "Artists," and "Places," which can be navigated using the menu at the top of the page.