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Art Practice Writing Practice

Thoughts on making art or being productive during SIP 👇

You don’t owe anyone anything. If you need to rest and step back, THAT is OK. Also, rest is an important part of the work, research, and creative process. Perhaps you’ve been feeling burnt out, well, your body is probably telling you to take it easy. Productivity is challenging for so many people. Whether you […]

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Artist's Studio Writing Practice

Bringing in the lessons learned from 2019 into 2020 🤓

Pardon the redundancy, but in 2020, I will be posting on my site a lot more this year since I’m trying to moderate my use of social media platforms such as Instagram and Twitter. For those that have seen this on my Instagram account and reading it again, thank you. For those that haven’t seen […]

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Speaking on a panel at Open City Art City at YBCA! #opencities2025

  FREE with RSVP: http://opencityartcity.tumblr.com/ Open City/Art City Festival October 4, 2014 YBCA, 701 Mission St, San Francisco, CA 94113 11am – 8pm For those who want the specific details of the panel I will be participating on, here you go! Artful Models: Creative Solutions to Our Changing Industry (YAAW Lounge at 7:00 PM) Moderated by […]

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Art Art Practice Art Vocabulary Art Writing and Criticism arts and technology Writing Practice

Dissident Futures Art and Ideas Festival at Yerba Buena Center for the Arts

I am THRILLED to co-present along with An Xiao Mina and Ben Valentine at the Dissident Futures Art and Ideas Festival. Please RSVP through YBCA’s site here. It will be good times and lots of great conversation. It’s been a great year thus far. Although it’s been extremely challenging to balance work, school, and freelance […]

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Art Practice Curatorial Practice

Artist Profie: Sita Bhaumik ~ Asterisk SF Magazine Food Issue

Technology allows us to exchange pictures of our caloric intake with the rest of the world with a few clicks, swipes, and use of a snazzy filter. Specifically, in San Francisco, a cosmopolitan place brimming with an incredibly diverse population, it’s relatively easy to experience food from a seemingly vast array of cultures. Whatever you […]

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Art Practice Observations

At The Ramp

It’s been a few weeks since grad school started and I must say…I love it. The people, the discussions, the seminars, the reading (yes, even the ‘dry’ and ‘dense’ stuff) has been great. As challenging as it is to balance work with school and freelance obligations, I feel like I’ve had no other choice but […]