The whole evening in a playlist of videos. Check it out, it is worth a watch. This roundtable featured Elizabeth Chodos, Director of Three Walls; Paul Klein, critic; Chuck Thurow, Director of The Hyde Park Art Center; Philip Von Zweck, artist; and Lynne Warren, Curator at The Museum of Contemporary Art. Hosted by Hamza Walker at Kent Hall on the University of Chicago campus.
Sharkforum Podcast 2: Art Academy Liechtenstein Reviews Exhibition in Art Museum Liechtenstein
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A short review of the exhibition "Knocking on Heaven's Door" at the Art Museum of Liechtenstein by the Introductory Art History class of the Art Academy of Liechtenstein, Students of Mark Staff Brandl. Only 14 Minutes!
The gallery "Am Landsgemeindeplatz" in Trogen, Switzerland is exhibiting the art of renowned artist Mark Staff Brandl. In the show, titled "Prelude," the paintings and sequential drawings displayed are a part of his PhD dissertation, currently in progress.
Controversial British Industrial noise pioneers return to decimate the most ironic of venues in Chicago. The Epiphany Episcopal Church of Chicago at 201 South Ashland Avenue will set the stage for two shows by Genesis, Chris, Cosey, and Peter reunion.
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A comic --- oops, a piece of sequential art --- in which the artist Steve Hamann braves the Sharkpit to finally meet Mark Staff Brandl, discuss with Wesley Kimler, see art by both, and comment on it all!
Susana Gardner was born and raised in Rhode Island, and now lives in Switzerland with her young daughter. Her first chapbook, To Stand to Sea, was published by The Tangent Press in 2006 and is presently being translated into Italian and forthcoming from Canterena Press, Genoa. Her book [ lapsed insel weary ] is also available from The Tangent Press, 2008. Gardner edits and curates Dusie Press.
On the Artbeat on Chicago Tonight, They talk to and about the up-and-coming, local comic book artist whose work has taken her around the world. Christian Farr goes one-on-one with artist Ashley Woods finds out what makes her unique in her industry.