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Art Art Writing and Criticism Perception Writing Practice

Episode 6 of #PRNTSCRN: The Value of Doing Nothing featuring Jenny Odell

The first season of PRNT SCRN has officially ended! It’s been such an incredible learning experience. For this episode, I speak with Bay Area-based artist Jenny Odell. Learn more below! Lastly, and most important, I want to thank the brilliant team over at Art Practical! They’ve given me an awesome home to create the content […]

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The Astrological Grimoire Saturday, May 4, 2019 | 5:00 PM – 6:15 PM

I will be in conversation with Bay Area-based artist and writer Helen Shewolfe Tseng at the Bay Area Book Festival in partnership with the San Francisco Chronicle. We will get witchy and hope you join us to deepen your creative practice with the holistic and customizable tools for astrological self-discovery inside “The Astrological Grimoire” by […]

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Art

We Like Our Size, Thank You: Resisting Organizational Growth Within Capitalism |Friday, April 26 from 12:00 – 1:30pm

Presenters: Liat Berdugo, Dorothy Santos, Leila Weefur, Jerome Rivera Pansa Organized by Liat Berdugo, Living Room Light Exchange What does it mean to be an arts organization that resists growth? Can artists, collectives, and small organizations protect their current ‘sizes’ and foci from the pressures of capitalism? Anyone who has written a grant for the […]

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Art Art and Technology Interactive / Participatory Art Multi Media Perception Virtual Art

Episode 5 of #PRNTSCRN: Not Your Average Playtest, Part II

Hello there! I have been the worst at posting my work and projects. I am starting to come up with a schedule for myself to be a bit more consistent. Better late than never! I can’t believe I’m nearing the end of my first season as a podcast host. The brilliant team over at Art […]

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PlaceTalk at the Prelinger Library

PLACE TALKS is a series of visual lectures that occurs at the Prelinger Library in San Francisco. Bay Area artists, writers, designers, architects, archivists, librarians (and other curious people) share talks on location-related topics, illustrated by content from the library’s collection. I am absolutely honored to be a part of this line-up of stellar artists and writers! […]

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Art Culture Criticism

New Normal / Old Normal

I have been invited to be a panelist for a discussion titled, “Making Art in the Age of #45” as a part of public programming at Kala Institute. Bay Area-based artist Christy Chan invited me and I am constantly humbled and honored for these opportunities. In 2015, I wrote a review of Christy Chan’s performance […]