Monthly Archives: June 2012

Brooklyn Museum Go: Deadline Friday – Register NOW

If you’re a Brooklyn artist and you  haven’t heard about GO: a community-curated open studio project facilitated by the Brooklyn Museum, you should absolutely register right now. GO offers artists a chance to have their work featured in a Brooklyn … Continue reading

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Tesfaye Tessema at StudioNYCHA: Making a Difference in His Community

Since posting on the Developing Lives program a couple weeks back, I’ve been a regular visitor to the StudioNYCHA site, and just the other day I noticed a new page on a particular artist that I’d like to bring attention … Continue reading

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Art Curators in the Making: Project:Curate!

When it comes to art, generally we get so wrapped up in the artwork itself, and perhaps the creator, that we rarely pause to consider the other factors that make our experience of art possible. Visiting any of the numerous … Continue reading

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Sandcastle Sculpture: Stomped, but Salvaged

A story of sandcastle vandalism caught my eye last Friday evening as I puttered about the social news sites, and it occurred to me that these temporary sculptures are a woefully under-appreciated art form. Sand artists certainly don’t receive enough … Continue reading

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