showslow: Street Art by Mobstr
Amanda Browder’s “Good Morning!” on its way up in time for tomorrow’s FAB! Festival. Piece sourced and built from recycled … Continue reading
Boulder Flooding: Remembering Warnings From Weather Report
Weather Report did “deluge the populace with artwork” exhibited all across town in numerous venues and outdoors. I surmise that no one in Boulder had imagined then that the real “deluge” would arrive – so soon.
“Six years ago, on September 14, I had walked along the Boulder Creek, following the blue discs in artist Mary Miss’ outdoor art installation ”Connect the Dots: Mapping the Highwater Hazards and History of Boulder Creek.“ Both Mary and I were participating artists ("29 women, 12 men, 10 collaborations”) in what was quite possibly the first comprehensive art exhibition on climate change: “Weather Report: Art and Climate Change.” The exhibition idea was conceived by Marda Kirn of EcoArts; was organized by renowned curator, writer and activist Lucy Lippard; and was presented by the Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art (BMoCA) in collaboration with EcoArts.“
Looking forward to working with 12×12 this summer! the12x12project: fixthefuture: A full-time healthy living space and mobile classroom that is … Continue reading
Hoping to have a chance to work with Alice Mizrachi soon! paxmachina: Alice Mizrachi and Olek – Welling Court 2013 … Continue reading
Hannah & Terry @lamamaetc – works in progress! @drawingcenter @keith5chweitzer @republicww
Terry Smith’s temporary studio in the basement of @lamamaetc – working on his @drawingcenter commission for @newmuseum IDEAS CITY Festival. … Continue reading
As you well know, FABnyc supports artists in the Lower East Side. This project, created by a 16-year-old LES resident, … Continue reading
Sesame Street Explains Sculpture
It takes a lot of work to carve a sculpture, but apparently muppets have all the strength it takes. On the April 18 episode of Sesame Street, “sculpture” was the word of the day and the little red …
Love this. Maybe Sesame Street will start talking about public art soon!
What’s next for Artist Alley? Stay tuned…