It’s the first day of classes and this seems appropriate. The first part of succeeding is showing up… messy hair and all.
Tag Archives: Art
Here in Columbia, we’re still remembering and hearing the beautiful sounds of You Are My Sunshine. Thank you Terry Galloway and Donna Nudd!
I don’t remember where or when I first heard about Dale Chihuly. I do remember the first time I saw his work in person– it was April 2012 in Little Rock at the William J. Clinton Presidential Library. When I … Continue reading
98.5 KTK said it best, “This is why art is important.”
As I head to a Performing Artists retreat, the call to create resonates with me especially and particularly.
I was first introduced to Pina Bausch’s work in graduate school, with video from her Café Muller. Bausch died suddenly this week after just being diagnosed with cancer. The dance world has lost a treasure, certainly. But so too, has … Continue reading
I hope you enjoy this bit of early John Cage performance.
Most famous for the above painting, Christina’s World, Wyeth was an American pioneer. http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20090116/ap_on_en_ot/obit_andrew_wyeth
The art world has lost a pop artist, collaborator, sculptor, choreographer– a person “curious. … learning something new every day. ” In actuality, we all have lost someone special. http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20080513/ap_on_re_us/obit_rauschenberg
In college towns across USA, record stores bite the dust By JUSTIN POPE, AP Education Writer CHAPEL HILL, N.C. – You need a college, of course, but that’s not the only ingredient in a good college town. You need quirky … Continue reading