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LOEX Pittsburgh: Library Instruction Conference

From May 5-8, I had the exciting opportunity to travel to Pittsburgh, PA to attend the 44th Annual LOEX Conference, “Learning from the Past, Building for the Future.” College instruction librarians from all over the US came together to share new ideas, proven techniques, and inspiration with their colleagues.  418 more words

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Exquisite Corpse by Robert Irwin

Rating: ⭐️⭐️⭐️/5World War II and surrealism featuring art and love.

A young surrealist painter found love in a bar by pretending to be blind for a while. 167 more words


Exquisite Corpse 29 April 2016

All month I’ve been trying to post some poetry every day, starting with the poetry of our wedding! My students are busy, tonight, putting the finishing touches on their month long projects, and this morning, this was on my desk. 116 more words

Exquisite Corpse

For his project, I scanned the stuff I brought into class however I wanted. Afterward I gave the file I had created from that scan, after it was altered to show only 20%, to 2 classmates. 105 more words

Exquisite Corpse Digital Round Robin By Sarah Harris

This is the 4th project in this course which has involved more than one collaborator for me to produce a final result. For this project I started off scanning images of personal items I brought in that all have meaning behind them. 123 more words

ART 201

corpse two-hundred six | bad geography

I changed this one up a little Instead of worrying about being sure no one saw the drawing on the other side of the fold I simply let it go and some participants even took it so far as to draw back into others drawings while others drew in protest as it seemed rules were being broken and it was a little difficult to get past that Also I was looking for options for bicycle handle bars and a friend has some and was trying to describe them so I asked her to draw them and this was the only paper I had on hand but alas they will fit my stem This same friend is also headed to Denmark in the near future so an attempt by someone else to describe where Denmark was resulted in a bit of a skewed geography lesson Once again I asked to draw it instead of a lengthy discussion of words I have been thinking about how the primary focus of this blog is visual and some of my projects I often refer to as visual correspondence and how little I write or get the inspiration to write about something rather than simply draw it so I am considering doing away with punctuation on this blogspot Any thoughts