What It Takes Series is an official selection in the Revolutions Per Minute Festival at UMass Boston, Feb 2-3, 2019.
RPM Fest is dedicated to short-form poetic, personal, experimental film, video, VR, expanded cinema and audiovisual performance. We are looking for any work that experiments with the formal possibilities or hybrid form of film, video audiovisual, animation, expanded cinema and VR under 15 minutes.
RPM Fest Facebook Page
Work by Barbara Felix and Taylor Yocom
Right before I moved to Minnesota this past summer, I completed a project I’m very proud of: The Bubbler Gallery. It is an informal exhibition space installed above some water fountains (locally referred to as bubblers) at the CVPA Star Store building. It is a highly trafficked area where students and the public can take in a range of video art by practicing artists from across the country. The second exhibition has just launched – if you’re in the MA/RI area, go check it out!
This is my second year heading up the CAA Conversations Podcast as a member of the CAA Education Committee. Luckily this year I was able to recruit more hosts, so you’ll hear more voices on each episode, which run 15-40 minutes each and feature discussions of art/art history/design education.
This map is a record of the speakers we’ve heard from during our first two years (not all episodes have been published for this academic year – subscribe on iTunes to be notified as each one is released!).
My Social Practice Zines are currently in an exhibition, A Collection of Gestures, at Graceland University’s Constance Gallery in Lamoni, Iowa.
The exhibition also features the work of Catherine Reinhart and Olivia Valentine. This group exhibition brings together three socially engaged artists that collectively address ideas of collaboration, landscape intervention, shared mending, and education.
The exhibition is open now and runs through December 13. Gallery hours are 9 – 5 Monday – Friday. Exhibitions are free and open to the public. Please contact Karen Gergely at Gergely1@graceland.edu for more information.
New Editions celebrates and fosters the collection of book art! AND the PRINTED version of some of my Social Practice Zines will be on sale!
This two-day event features over 130 original works available for viewing and purchase, including zines, poetry chapbooks, broadsides, artist’s books, and fine press editions. Find special gifts for those on your shopping list, or treat yourself to a unique work of art.
SATURDAY December 1, 2018
10 AM – 4 PM
Minnesota Center for Book Arts
1011 Washington Ave S #100
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55415
The New Editions Public Sale is free and open to the public. Let us know you’re coming by RSVP’ing to this Facebook event!
PREVIEW NIGHT: FRIDAY
Friday, November 30, 6-9pm. Tickets $50
7pm Artist Panel, featuring Harriet Bart, Regula Russelle, and Gaylord Schanilec, and moderated by Karen Wirth
Ticket holders receive a commemorative limited edition broadside printed at MCBA. Catered by Common Roots.
Purchase Preview Night tickets at https://www.mnbookarts.org/join-us-for-new-editions/