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Interview with Jacqueline Bishop - Part 2

Here is part 2 of my extended interview with poet and artist Jacqueline Bishop (you can read part 1 here):

VP: Your involvement in quilt making has broader implications for your work and some have used the term “patchwork aesthetic” to describe it. 3,157 more words


Wonderwall by Oasis

While I was gone, Izzy added another performance on video to her repertoire:



Untold Stories - Interview with Jacqueline Bishop - Part 1

In November 2015, I conducted an interview with Jacqueline Bishop, coming out of our conversations about the “Explorations IV: Seven Women Artists” exhibition at the National Gallery. 3,103 more words


Dawn Scott - A Cultural Object (1985)

This short essay on Dawn Scott’s A Cultural Object (1985), an mixed-media  installation at the National Gallery of Jamaica (NGJ), is adapted from a section of my doctoral dissertation “Between Nation and Market: Art and Society in 20th Century Jamaica” (2011, Emory University). 885 more words


In one of the world's privileged peripheries -- a summer holiday in Cornwall

Myself standing on a cliff not far from our Padstow cottage

I do like to be beside the seaside — John A. Glover-Kind

Dear friends and readers,

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Inpact Artist Gallery

We have a long history of shows during our years at the Tri Main and we support mostly women artists, but also do accept work by men and also memberships from men at this time.


Florence Foster Jenkins: unusual fine movie

Hugh Grant as St Clair Bayfield when we first see him, cavalierly, knowingly, giving an inadequate rendition of one of Hamlet’s speeches before his wife comes on stage… 1,226 more words

20th Century Culture