Store owner and jewelry designer Kimberly McDaniel shares her vision of an artist cooperative in Puerto Vallarta, where a number of community-related activities are possible.
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2013 Tohoku Artist Caravan
BY DANIEL HARRIS ROSEN
@ VOL 101
ON MAR 27, 2013
In April of 2013, the Tohoku Artist Caravan project will bring artists and musicians from all over Japan to gather in Karakuwa, Kesennuma, to create public art that will help revitalize a community devastated by the 2011 earthquake and tsunami. The initial installations will be completed over a three-day period, culminating in an opening party featuring a an impressive array or renowned musicians. (in English and Japanese)
"Presentation of the Day" on March 29, 2013.
Visual Art Initiatives in the St. Roch Neighborhood: The SRCC Artist Residency and Staple Goods
BY AARON COLLIER
@ VOL 10
ON SEP 20, 2013
Historically, New Orleans has been a city that nourishes and generates creativity amongst artists who stop in, stay for a period, or call it home. The artist residency at St. Roch Community Church, as well as the collective and gallery space entitled Staple Goods, both aim to further galvanize the St. Roch and St. Claude neighborhoods of New Orleans in keeping such tradition. Aaron Collier coordinated the inception of both of these enterprises with the sole intention of providing artists with opportunities in a neighborhood that has been, and continues to be, a gift to him and his family.
I Am An Artist, We Are Artists
BY AMANDA LAPLACA
@ VOL 12
ON MAY 08, 2014
New Orleans based graphic artist and teacher, Amanda LaPlaca, discusses her process of making art. She teaches her students that we are all artists and each artist has a different form of making. However, something that all artists make are mistakes and Amanda emphasizes the importance of resilience.
Hvordan vi lavede alt muligt andet end et artist residency
BY KONRAD HØNGAARD NIELSEN
@ VOL 33
ON MAY 17, 2017
In a presentation full of twists and turns, Konrad Høngaard Nielsen shares the story of CuriousPlace Curators - a project that was meant to be an artist residency, but turned into almost everything but exactly that.
Connecting Artists to Amplify Their Voices
BY HARPER ADDISON
Leaving San Francisco for Knoxville, TN, Harper Addison felt as though she was committing artist suicide. What began as a way for her to stay connected with friends and colleagues around the country has turned into an international creative process community, known as The Iteration Project, that connects artists and amplifies their voices no matter where they live and work.
Meeting the Artists: Christo, Jeanne-Claude & Chihuly
BY TINA SOMMERS
@ VOL 1
ON MAY 09, 2018
Tina Sommers, a graphic designer and visual artist, shares her unusual experiences that culminated in meeting several artists. Her work on an online term paper started it all!
Artists Were Made for People
BY BEN BAUGHAM
@ VOL 37
ON DEC 13, 2018
Boy Blue (Ben Baugham) is a new wave visual communicator, and a street performer hell-bent on bringing the artist (not just art), back into social relevance. He has spent the past few years creating art in public and bringing visual excellence to the most bizarre locations. From construction sites to the office place, Blue has been hired all over the east coast to talk with and engage with people as he creates his works; thus, allowing people of any class, race or creed to feel a genuine connection with artists.
Scottish Artist Union
BY GORDON DICKSON
@ VOL 35
ON OCT 25, 2018
The Scottish Artists Union is the ONLY representative voice for visual and applied artists in Scotland. Artists tend to work alone, individually we have little influence or political ‘clout’. Together we can make policy-makers appreciate the needs and importance of artists in the Scottish cultural, social and economic scene. On top of that you get free public liability and professional indemnity insurance, access to our free learning and professional development programme and a range of benefits.