Zine Workshop at ThreeWalls this Saturday

Zine Workshop at ThreeWalls this Saturday

Hey, kids and other young-people types: what looks like a super-fun zine workshop will take place this Saturday afternoon at ThreeWalls with Anne Elizabeth Moore, based on the Cambodian zines featured in her current project Holle Cambodia. Moore’s website...

Mapplethorpe Film & Panel Discussion this Weekend

There’s some interesting Robert Mapplethorpe-related programming happening this weekend at The Block Museum in conjunction with their Polaroids: Mapplethorpe exhibition. On Friday night, they’re screening “Still Moving,” one of only two films...

Walk-In Pantry at mini dutch this Saturday

This is a great idea. There’s not enough information out there about how to cook tasty and nutritious meals for very little money, and God knows a lot of us could use some help in this area. Screw McDonald’s and learn how to prepare great meals that will...
What’s in the Box?

What’s in the Box?

For the sake of introduction, here’s a project that kicked off last Saturday in New York City’s Cony Island and Lower East Side. The Box Game is the traveling stage of a larger artwork called ‘What’s in the Box’. In the month of March a black box will be taken to various locations throughout the United States and Canada by Lukas Geronimas and David Horvitz. At each location they will set up a game that asks people what they think is in the box.

Ben Street on Curating

Check out Ben Street’s thoughtful and timely essay on curatorial practice of the institutional kind posted today on the Art 21 blog. Best line: “…(G)reat curatorship hides itself, or, put another way, the first rule of curating is you don’t...