Art Theory Confessional

Art Theory Confessional

  Guest Post by Faye Kahn Every Sternberg/Semiotext(e)/Verso volume with Yale Design School layout is an impenetrable brick of ostensible magic that’s going to save the human race. I really think this for a range of 10 minutes to 10 years per book. Yet even...
When Were We Young: One View of Twin Cities

When Were We Young: One View of Twin Cities

The McKnight Foundation is one of the major sources of arts funding in Minnesota. The McKnight Foundation believes “Minnesota’s artists are innovators, organizers, and leaders–as critical to our state’s quality of life as other professionals working in...
Top 5 Weekend Picks!

Top 5 Weekend Picks!

1. Shannon at Johalla Projects Work by recent graduates of the Yale MFA Photography Program: Marzena Abrahamik, Endia Beal, Elizabeth Bick, Johanna Case-Hofmeister, Tommy Kha, Michael Marcelle, Sophie Ruspoli, Justin Schmitz, Sadie Wechler, and Rick Yribe. Johalla...
Wandering SF: 49 Geary

Wandering SF: 49 Geary

  In a small city like San Francisco — where cyclists rule the streets and mobile car service apps have replaced your typical urban gesture of hailing a cab — there are several pockets of venues dedicated to the presentation of art.  Blending in with...
Salon Talk: A Conversation With Michael Ned Holte

Salon Talk: A Conversation With Michael Ned Holte

Guest Post by Young Joon Kwak Hello from Los Angeles!  I’ll be posting a monthly series of conversations with art folks in Los Angeles for the next couple of months.  These conversations take place at my current studio/beauty salon, aka Mutant Salon.  The...
Open Season: A Reflection on Open Engagement

Open Season: A Reflection on Open Engagement

by Jen Delos Reyes Two countries. Five conferences. Seven years. 14 partnerships. Over 700 presenters. Over 1600 attendees. Since the first Open Engagement conference in 2007 this event has become a key meeting point for people interested in socially engaged art....