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Artists of the 99% were invited to give a brief presentation at Occupy!, an event at Artist Television Access this Friday, December 9th at 6:30PM. The evening will feature the work of artists involved in the Occupy Wall Street movement, … Continue reading
Here is a review of the performative lecture of “Swimming Lessons and the Red Scare” at Coral Street Arts House written by Libby Rosof of The Art Blog. Thank you, Libby!
One more Philadelphia talk scheduled! See below: Moles Not Molar Reading & Performance Series presents Friday, September 23 @ 8pm Vox Populi Gallery, 319 North 11th Street, 3rd Floor SUE LANDERS (Brooklyn) Sue Landers is the author of 248 mgs, … Continue reading
Below is a small, color digital version of The Daily Worker, Special Edition, No. 1 featuring archival photographs, research documents, a letter to my grandfather and stories and musing about Communism, inheritance and learning how to swim. To receive a … Continue reading
August 4, 2011: Communist Party Archives, Tamiment Library, New York University, NY August 10, 2011: The Urban Archives, Temple University, Philadelphia, PA
I’ve arrived in Philadelphia! For six weeks, I will be an artist-in-residence at the Philadelphia Art Hotel, a residency program in East Kensington created by Krista Peel and Zak Starer. I will be researching my paternal grandfather, Joe Roberts, who … Continue reading
My article “Wonderland: A world turned upside down” published on Open Space on September 7th sparked a lengthy and heated debate among the blog’s commentors, many of whom are participating artists or people invested in the Tenderloin neighborhood. In this … Continue reading
Since 1994, Lewis Watts, local Richmond, California photographer has been documenting the city of New Orleans. Today, on the fourth anniversary of Hurricane Katrina I consider Watts’ relationship to the South through his role as witness and informed participant. Focusing … Continue reading
Reporting from San Francisco’s Zinefest at the County Fair Building in Golden Gate Park and the 2nd Annual Rock Make on Treat Street in the Mission, “Scissors, Glue and Photocopies: DIY San Francisco” celebrates San Francisco’s independent, do-it-ourselves and do-it-together … Continue reading
“The Garden as Protest” considers the recent emergence of urban gardening projects as a form of non-violent protest through the project known as FARM: Future Action Reclamation Mob initiated by designer Robyn Waxman. Read all about it on Open Space.