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Juliette Walker - Madison, Wisconsin

Briefly describe the work you do.  

As an artist, I see myself as a maker of objects, spaces, conversations, and communities. My art practice is socially based and often takes form as events, installations, and interactions.  1,024 more words

Ceramics

What is it socially engaged artists do? My reply to @caracourage

Cara Courage has asked socially engaged/ social practice artists a question: What do you do?

This is my reply I shared with Cara on her Facebook post… 71 more words

Socially Engaged Art

30,000 sunflower seeds coming soon to a neighborhood near you!

We just received 10 pounds of  Mammoth Grey sunflower seeds, this year’s choice for the Sunflower Revolution. The Mammoth Grey is a bright yellow sunflower with a yellow center that grows up to 12 feet tall with heads 12″ across. 182 more words

All the World's Futures; the 56th Venice Biennale

This global artfest is of spectacular scope, it seems that the whole the world arrives in Venice, even countries riven by strife, such as the Syrian Arab Republic.  503 more words

Art

Instructions for subversion through sunflowers

1. Read this article about guerrilla gardeners in the UK.

2. Donate here for our version of subversive gardening-the Sunflower Revolution. Send your donation to lowtech.highjoy@gmail.com via the “friends and family” option. 49 more words

Sunflowery Day

In our collaborative one of us is more superstitious than the other.  There is the mojo bag tucked in a pocket for prosperity, silver hoop earrings for power and yellow suede Pumas for good luck.   116 more words

Artistry in Action Class #8 Summary & Whiteboard photos

Hello all,

Apologies again for being a day behind.

I enjoyed the discussions in class on “Saving Souls” and Art & Social Practice and in particular the distinctions we drew between the different ways that our various artforms deal with Audience and Viewer.  137 more words

Coursework/Class Notes