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History Harvest!

On October 4, 2014, we put on the History Harvest in Church Hill. At first knowledge, I thought this was going to be a big Church Hill festival that we were solely attending, let alone putting on. 521 more words

Church Hill

10/13 with the Art History Students

Two weeks into October, the class met again to continue building content for the exhibition. We decided to separate once more into majors, and this time the art history students met on the second floor of the Harrison Street Coffee Shop. 211 more words

Church Hill

10/6 with the Art History Students

Just a few days after the History Harvest, the class met again and split into groups by discipline. While the photo students looked at images from the History Harvest, the art history students met behind the Pollack building to discuss the future content collection of the exhibition. 433 more words

Church Hill

Is socially engaged art ‘innovative’? (A word game with scrapheap prizes.)

a blade of grass is a great online resource for socially engaged artists – frequently a site for interesting discussion and debate in and around the field. 1,186 more words

Socially Engaged Art

History Harvest

Dressed in my snazzy business-casual attire, I boarded the 2 bus en route to the History Harvest. It was a chilly Saturday morning, and the minor cyclist hiccup at the transfer plaza seemed to foreshadow a series of minor hiccups to come over the course of the day. 500 more words

[from the LeisureArts archive] - Allan Kaprow - Refusal/Un-Artist - Keith Tilford

Keith Tilford, in a brilliant guest essay whose first portion is hosted at Long Sunday, asks How No Can You Go? We lost a good portion of our Saturday morning reading through it and its… 1,415 more words