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Speaking Volumes: The Lives of Women

As recently as 2005, you could search for writings by women on their creative lives that mapped their younger selves too and come up near empty-handed. 969 more words

Women Writers

Bernie Sanders Wins Art World Support, Goes Gallery Hopping on the Bowery

Sen. Bernie Sanders may very well have won the art world’s vote. On Saturday, the Democratic presidential candidate made a surprise appearance at a pop-up art show at The Hole gallery on The Bowery for the opening reception of… 486 more words

Bernie Sanders

Are you ready to make political art?

So many of us feel frustrated with the political process as we watch celebrity “trump” substantive discourse around serious issues, too often we feel discouraged and powerless.   217 more words

Art Advocacy Speaks

5x Devotion

Have you heard? I am performing the first ever snippet of Dear Devotion at PUGO tomorrow night. This is both terrifying and exhilarating. This piece I have been incubating for over 12 years, and although I talk a lot of shit, I’ve been too shy to share it with even my nearest and dearest, but tomorrow all that changes. 195 more words

Molly Crabapple

Talent is essential but cash buys the opportunity for that talent to be discovered. To pretend otherwise is to spit in the face of every broke genius. 8 more words

Bricoleur

Join N-Map's SXSW Conversation on Strategic Storytelling

By Steve Steim, N-Map’s Creative and Technical Director

This Monday, March 14th, N-Map will be at SXSW Interactive hosting the panel “Strategic Storytelling: Video as Policy Changer… 166 more words

Thought Leadership

Drawing Blood

This review was published at the National.

Molly Crabapple’s “Drawing Blood” – “the story of a girl and her sketchbook” – is at once memoir, reportage, literary description, aesthetic enquiry, road novel and romance. 736 more words

Book Review