So I went to the west coast for a week on a mini tour. The first stop was Portland, OR, at Future Farm for a house reading with Jessalyn Wakefield, Seth Brown and Imogen Binnie. It’s been a few years since I’ve seen Jessalyn,
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On September 10th, 2004, I was one of a capacity crowd in Cooper Union's hallowed Great Hall for "Ephemera vs. The Apocalypse," transfixed by a still-visibly-shaken Art Spiegelman - who had just completed his groundbreaking and controversial In the Shadow of
This past fall Vancouver artist Carrie Walker traveled to rural Pennsylvania to sketch the locations of a strange and brutal 1700's ritual called a "circle hunt", an event in which early colonists formed a 30-mile circle and slaughtered every animal
Women Love the World: A three day festival and fundraiser celebrating women artist-activists and their contributions to bettering our world community. We are proud to announce Women Love the World (WLTW), a festival co-curated by Caits Meissner, Karla Rodriguez and Lehna
[This is part 6 in our ongoing Fuck the Muse mini-series, click the link for previous entries if you wish to start at the very beginning (a very good place to start)] It’s always useful to remember where you are in the overall creative process.
Except for last night I can't remember the last time I really thought about pairs of shoes dangling over a telephone wire but there were so many over this one, and I overheard a young couple in front of Vanessa's