Otis Grads Reflect On The Value of LAS: Taryn Moller-Nicoll

I have the pleasure off receiving and posting comments from former Otis students who reflect on the benefits of their LAS classes, and how those classes have prepared them for careers in the world. Taryn Moller-Nicoll graduated from Otis with a BFA [more]

Marlena Donohue reviews Habsburg Exhibition: Empire of Style

EMPIRE OF STYLE is a new show at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, culled from Vienna's Kunsthistorisches Museum, brings together 100 treasures from the coffers of the imperial House of Habsburg — Titians and Tintorettos, arms and armaments among [more]

Tucker Neel curates ‘May Contain Explicit Imagery’ exhibition at CB1 gallery; reviews ‘Tapping The Third Realm’ for the Journal of The Senses and Society,

Tucker Neel curated the exhibition May Contain Explicit Imagery at CB1 gallery. Images and the catalog essay for this exhibition, written by Tucker Neel, can be found at this link: [more]

Adam Berg’s solo show to open at the Pio Monti Arte Contemporanea in Rome, while participating in 6018 Wilshire at Edward Cella Art and Architecture

    Adam Berg’s solo show Pier Paolo’s Fountain will open at the Pio Monti Arte Contemporanea in Rome, Italy, in October 11, 2014. In addition, Adam will also be participating in 6018 Wilshire at Edward Cella Art and Architecture in Los [more]

Mario Cutajar’s artist books now available on Amazon.com.

Mario Cutajar’s artist books, published between 2011 and 2013, are now available on Amazon.com. A palimpsest of two unrelated texts, through brings together a four-line quotation from Brecht's 1926 poem "Of Poor B.B." (articulated letter-by-letter [more]

Jessica Ngo’s poem “Bullying Arts Education” published in the Los Angeles Times

Jessica Ngo’s poem "Bullying Arts Education" was published in the second annual Op-Ed poetry in the Los Angeles Times on Sunday, August 31, 2014. This striking poem discusses how, when there are budget cuts, the first thing to be cut is always the [more]

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