Featured artist in upcoming May issue, Jake Gillespie, will be showing new drawings In Portland, Oregon on May 7th.
Where: Goldsmith Blocks Artists Collective, 412 NW Couch St. Suite 201
When: Thursday, May 7th, 6:00-9:00 pm, One night only
Live music and libations also provided!
If you can't make it to the show stop by Jake's site, www.jakegillespie.com
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My blog is at www.theskaldicsoul.blogspot.com
And my website is
Check them out
Added by Steve on April 9, 2009 at 4:34am —
I am a member of 440 Gallery and it is a really nice bunch of people. you should check it out.
Anybody wants to discuss the pros and cons of participating in juried exhibitions?
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Yantras painted by Vesna Veberic from Yoga Vidya Center Koblenz. Yantras are geometric works of art, ideal to prepare yourself for Meditation . You can see these Paintings in my.yoga-vidya.org , and in higher resolution on Flickr - really… Continue
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why is the photography so average on the internet ???
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8th - 30th April 2009 on www.tank.tv
“For me, identity is the worst heritage you can receive.” mounir fatmi
tank.tv is pleased to present the exhibition Hard Head from mounir fatmi: 'The Machinery', 'Feast', 'Tribute to William Burroughs', 'Man with no Horse', 'movement 03', 'The Others are the Others', 'The Lost Ones', 'Commerciale', 'May God forgive me', 'Embargo' and 'Manipulations'.
mounir fatmi constructs visual spaces and… Continue
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False Idols: Perspectives on Latina/Hispanic/Chicana women, a juried exhibition of Photographs, Photography based Mixed Media, New Media, Film and Video inspired by misconceptions and truths of Latina identity.
Artist of All ethnicities and both sexes encouraged to apply. Submit your work by April 13th 2009
For more Information & To Apply:… Continue
Added by allicette on April 5, 2009 at 7:11pm —
To be or not to be creative, now that is the question.
Added by Richard Gins on April 4, 2009 at 4:05pm —
A writer?? For their small biz or for grants or something???
Here's my craigslist ad.. Please let me know..
Ever wonder how multi-million dollar ad campaigns get sold?
People like me write them! I’m an experienced Brand Marketing and Business Development manager with over 10 (and still counting) years of successful brand marketing and sponsorship research and proposal development. I can put my years of experience writing successful marketing program proposals… Continue
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Only two more days before the experiment...
The Brooklyn Artists Gym is Hosting Special Event for The BAG Fund:
"The Ganesh Experiment: Live Music Naked Art."
Saturday April 4th, 8 PM $10 - Tickets at the Door The Brooklyn Artists Gym
168 Seventh Street, Brooklyn, NY 11215F or G train to Smith/9th or F or R train to 4th Avenue/9th St.
Inspired by the art happenings of the 60's and the Indian God of art and… Continue
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In response to the previous post, I am truthfully astounded. American Art has not shown any real significant development since Marcel Duchamp exhibited a urinal at the Armory show, was it 1920? Since then everyone has been falling over each other to figure out what else we could put up there. Well, sure there was Pollock and the Abstract Expressionists, but that flame was quickly extinguished by Warhol and Pop, the tamer, more acceptable version of Duchamp.
The truth is, Americans can´t… Continue
Added by Brooke McGowen on April 1, 2009 at 9:41pm —
Just saying hello to you dear people. I am very inspired by American art, recently I have been fascinated by all the creative sketchbooks and journals. I have put forward a proposal to teach a 30 week course on creative journals at my local college. Fingers crossed.
I am particularly interested in altered books.
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