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Art Art History Art Writing and Criticism Culture Criticism Observations Philosophy Theory

Under Construction (for Life)

Hello Family and Friends, I can’t believe the semester is almost over. My research papers on the other hand have yet to be completed. I’m still working on them. Not to fear, they will get done. Feel free to send me messages of encouragement and a reminder to be kind to myself. I’m sure there […]

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Art Performance and Conceptual Photography Visual Arts

Dennis Oppenheim, Artist, Dies at 72

Dennis Oppenheim’s, Device to Root Out Evil, 1997   I just read something sad. An artist died. It was Dennis Oppenheim. Mr. Oppenheim went to the California College of the Arts (Oakland, CA) and received his MFA at Stanford. Then, like many artists, he moved to New York to pursue his art career and practice. His […]

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Art Art Practice Art Vocabulary Arts and Crafts Visual Arts

LJ Roberts: shifting textiles, queer craft, and resilience – Interview

I’ll write a little something today but not very long due to yesterday’s post on my impressions of the current exhibition, It’s All a Blur, at the SomArts Cultural Center. THAT, my friends, was A LOT. Instead, I’ll recommend reading my dear friend, L.J. Roberts, interview with the Social Media Management for Contemporary Art organization. It’s a fantastic interview. LJ discusses […]

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Art Film Performance and Conceptual Photography Visual Arts

Huckleberry Finn Exhibition at the CCA Wattis Institute – Before

It’s been a flurry of activity on the art writing front! Although I have not been feeling well lately, I had to punch something out after recuperating from a tough morning. Yet, I was able to produce the write up below for the Critical Sources art writing workshop at The Lab. This is the “before” version. ********************************** Writing offers readers archetypes and projections […]

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Art Visual Arts

Packard Jennings and Steve Lambert – Urban Visions Panel Discussion

Talented and humorously prophetic artists, Packard Jennings and Steve Lambert, collaborated with a multi-faceted group of panelists from transportation to urban development consulting and architecture.