Florida Man Reviews Art Basel https://t.co/P6yMpJZgjv
A traffic jam of sand cars by Leandro Erlich is blocking Miami Beach
Kirie octopus cut from a single piece of paper by Masayo Fukuda
Morris: a reversible stuffed anglerfish toy helps teach anatomy https://t.co/a88A01phMj
Felted bacon sizzles and wooly bread is sliced in breakfast-themed fiber animations by Andrea Love
Returning to Roots: A New Book Highlights How Indigenous Practices Can Create More Sustainable Technology https://t.co/Y5HGNZNmwj
RIP Stephen Garrett—was director of the Getty *and* the Hammer, at crucial periods in their evolution from private to public institutions. https://t.co/XYjlNBNLfN
Here's a calendar of deadlines for writer funding opportunities, Including fellowships, grants, and residencies where the artist goes for free or is paid. Plus a contact form so you can let me know what to add or correct 🗓️📝🤑 https://t.co/unAaha3BDp
With Pleasure: Pattern and Decoration in American Art 1972–1985 at MOCA Grand Avenue https://t.co/63RyuBKSt8
L.A.’s Unbuilt Acropolis https://t.co/8JAMPpREZD
The Adolph and Esther Gottlieb Emergency Grant program is intended to provide interim financial assistance to qualified artists whose needs are the result of a catastrophic incident, and who lack the resources to meet that situation.
Congratulations arts writers! Arts Writers Grant Program 2019 grant recipients announced —> @jilnotjill @arunadsouza and all ! https://t.co/Z0MeUrExhu
In case you missed us on Giving Tuesday, feel free to contribute today 🙂 https://t.co/f6FaxUCT45
We love following what's going on with one of Texas' most prolific curators and writers, Leslie Moody Castro. Now, thanks to translator Yolanda Fauvet, you can follow along in Spanish as well.
Hand-stitched photographs by Diane Meyer mimic the opacity and divisiveness of the Berlin Wall
Kris Pierce, whose work explores notions of power, value, and states of consciousness in the context of our digital world, will have his new work, Untitled (Plinths), dedicated this Friday, Dec 6, at 5:30pm at Fort Worth Community Arts Center
Blessings coming in bunches!
See, Sip and Shop Local at the Midtown Houston’s Mistletoe Market on December 6 -7. Guests can expect two free days of live entertainment, crafts, fine foods and activities in a festive atmosphere.
#midtownHOU @midtownHOU #Sponcon