Where do you find time? Carmon Colangelo is asked that question a lot.

Where do you find time?

Carmon Colangelo is asked that question a lot.

Read article by Dickson Beall at http://www.westendword.com/Articles-Art-c-2014-03-25-191895.114137-Carmon-Colangelo-at-the-Bruno-David-Gallery.html#axzz2x59y5Rkp

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Who is an Artists

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Who is an artist?
New data for an old question,” by sociologists Jennifer C. Lena and Danielle J. Lindemann. Tey look at data collected in the 2010 Strategic National Arts Alumni Project survey as a means of exploring the confusion over who or what constitutes an artist.

Read more at http://hyperallergic.com/115627/what-makes-an-artist-an-artist/  and  http://snaap.indiana.edu/

A discussion on NPR/Cityscape with Simon Kelly and Steve Potter

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A discussion on NPR/Cityscape with Simon Kelly and Steve Potter about the exhibition “Impressionist France: Visions of Nation from Le Gray to Monet,” now on display at the Saint Louis Art Museum.
Listen at http://news.stlpublicradio.org/post/saint-louis-art-museum-presents-impressionist-france-visions-nation-le-gray-monet

New video work by Van McElwee at the St. Louis Art Museum

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Save the Date: Friday, Mar. 28 – 7 pm

St. Louis Art Museum – Farrell Auditorium (Free to the public)

HEARding Cats Collective is excited to present the world premiere of Original Self, a new video work by St. Louisan Van McElwee at the St. Louis Art Museum, as part of the SLAM Underground series. McElwee’s work will be accompanied by live music from three separate musical ensembles: a synthesizer duo with Kevin Harris and Doc Mabuse; a percussion trio featuring Rich O’Donnell, Alan Shilling, and Glen “Papa” Wright; and a vocal ensemble led by Debby Lennon. The three ensembles will interpret the fifteen-minute video in three different ways. More info at http://heardingcatscollective.org/

 

“Tokyo Adorned” by Thomas Card, essay by Buzz Spector

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Thomas Card’s first book, “Tokyo Adorned”, features portraits that capture Tokyo’s vibrant street fashion scene. “These photographs provide a window into these people’s innermost perceptions of themselves.” Some proceeds from the book, whic…h includes a cultural critique by Buzz Spector, will go to Second Harvest (Japan.) Read more at http://www.slate.com/blogs/behold/2014/03/10/thomas_card_photographs_tokyo_street_fashion_in_his_book_tokyo_adorned.html