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Big, Dead, Rotting, Silly Rabbit

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So here's what other art collectives are doing! check out this article that came my way via Nayiri, from the New York Times (Nov. 6, 2005)


Gelatin, a Viennese art collective, comprised of Ali Janka, Florian Reither, Tobias Urban and Wolfgang Gantner have created a 200 ft long and 20 ft high stuffed pink bunny that is laying atop a hill in the northern region of Italy. 

"It's rotting away and the intestines are running out of its side, but it's really sweet," Mr. Janka said.  It's especially nice if you're interested in the way things rot: grass has sprouted through the rabbit's knitted skin, it's beginning to ooze a brown liquid, and animals have foraged inside. Decay, it seems, is the whole point. "You climb upon the rabbit and feel like a maggot in its flesh," Mr. Janka said. "And then you are so happily transforming into a fly, and floating away."

Any ideas, anyone?


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  • Thanks for posting this Julia, it really cracks me up. Makes me want to go make...more
    - [nightybug]
  • yeah, it just cracks me up! I love the fact that you can crawl on it too!! (&quo...more
    - [pax]
  • this must give the neighbors some pause.
    - [stargrazer]

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Cir*cus/ Car*ni*val

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(SCENE) Metrospace Debuts “Cir•cus/Car•ni•val” Exhibition Friday, November 18, 2005

EAST LANSING, Mich.— (SCENE) Metrospace announces the opening of its latest exhibition, “Cir•cus/Car•ni•val” on Friday, Nov. 18. “Cir•cus/Car•ni•val” explores the imagination, oddities, animals, wonder, excitement, and misfortunes of the events that have become a cultural tradition: the Circus and the Carnival.

The 12 local and national artists participating in “Cir•cus/Car•ni•val” each explore diverse aspects of the events through various medias and themes:

• New Jersey based photographer Melanie
Heinrich has spent over 30 years of her life documenting behind the scenes of the carnival will display her prints and documentary.

• Beulah based Tara Hackett’s mixed media paintings capture the charm and history of the traveling circus and carnival throughout the 50's and 60's.

• Krys Tourtois, a Lansing based artist will explore an unromanticized and often overlooked aspect of the carnival experience in her paintings of sideshow women.

• Detroit based Carl Oxley explores a happy-go-lucky and exciting view in his colorful pop-art paintings.


• Ann Arbor based Amanda Miller will display her mystifying freak show paintings.

• Lansing based artist Tim Lane will display a quirky and fun carnival game installation.

• Farmington Hills based mosaic artist Ellen Stern expresses an imaginative spin on the circus with her ceramic, fiber, and installation works.

• Highland and Detroit based artists Chris Sandon and Jason Lee Starin will team up to make humorous psychedelic folk art that illustra
tes the stranger side of the events.

• Saginaw based artist Janie Peters will uncover a darker aspect of the circus and carnival, the mistreatment of animals, with her mixed media sculpture.

• Lansing based artist John Kroneman will explore his personal roots to the circus with paintings of his ancestors.


• Columbia, MO based artist Claudia Drake uses digital collage, fusing together antique engravings into her own juxtapositions to express her vision of the carnival.

“Cir•cus/Car•ni•val” opens with a free public reception at (SCENE) Metrospace on Friday, Nov. 18 from 6-10 p.m. The reception will feature a special circus-themed performace from Lansing spacerock favorites, Calliope. Circus and carnival themes events, games, and excitement will take place
all throughout the evening. All food will be graciously provided by Spartan Signature Catering. All ages are welcome, costumes are encouraged, and space is limited.
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  • nice poster ben!
    - [stargrazer]
  • Opening's this Friday!
    - [stargrazer]

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Dispatx Art Collective

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Dispatx Art Collective are pleased to announce the publication of our fourth edition - Abandonment. This edition contains 14 works comprising narrative and poetry, essay, photography, oil painting and sculpture, and video.

To speak of abandonment suggests a withdrawal or relinquishment of influence, the exposure of a physical or social structure to the dereliction of time or a cessation of protection. It can also describe a state in which one is given over to forces beyond oneself – the extreme highs and lows of the human condition. Above all, the act of abandonment implies transfer – something orphaned is passed to another controlling agent, something is gained.

The editorial discusses each of the works in detail : in addition, all archive issues can now be searched by work title, description, and artist details. For more details, come to www.dispatx.com


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"The act of just making things"

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Here's a refreshing interview from Grandaddy drummer Aaron Burtch on his artwork.

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  • Grandaddy is designing a t-shirt each month until their next album comes out in...more
    - [stargrazer]
  • Some T's will be Aaron's designs, some by the other band members.
    - [stargrazer]

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Pasos

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The Museo del Estado in Morelia, Mexico is holding an exhibition of the work of Antonio Zirión entitled Pasos, en homenaje a Henri Cartier-Bresson. Antonio is an active member of OCC, contributing work to both 03/05 issues of JOWAI and the 05 issue of JOMAS. Congratulations Antonio!

Click on the image at right to view.



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  • ¡Las felicitaciones, Antonio!
    - [stargrazer]

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Interview with Peter Saville

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Peter SavillePeter Saville is one of the founding partner of Factory Records and a graphic designer. He's interviewed by MocoLoco, a design related website.

Mocoloco: How are graphic design and object design related, if it all?

Peter Saville: Not at all really. Graphic design is communications design, which means that primarily it’s for others to others. Object design has the capacity to be personally motivated, very rarely does graphic design provide that opportunity. It is a communications medium, so if you’re expressing yourself you need initially to be the author of that which you wish to express – therefore you will be a writer, a storyteller, or an image maker first - then you may use the medium of graphic design to express that which you intend.


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Sally Gall

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Sally
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"Sally Gall’s haunting black and white photographs are usually unpeopled landscapes, formal gardens or striking bits of topography, but when people do make it into her frame, they do so less as characters and more as compositional elements that come with the scenery. Gall’s Water’s Edge series touches on any manner of waterscape, ranging from the crystalline stillness of a swimming pool to an old-fashioned swimming cap bobbing on gentle waves to a classical reflection of Belgian trees on a river. Evidence of Wind and Visitation are captured moments from the collection called Between Worlds. Gall gives us photos that are soothing, photos that allow us to take a break from the pace, to stop and catch our breath."

[via art moco]

More at sallygall.com



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  • She has a beautifully designed website. Very calming.
    - [stargrazer]

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Artist Video Series

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Artist video series

Reading about artists can be moving. Seeing their work can be inspiring and, at times, can provoke us to action. Hillman Curtis, in his video series, allows us to experience leading designers through sound and motion, uncovering what it is about them that inspires him. Curtis profiles such  luminaries as Stefan Sagmiester, Billy Bragg, Paula Scher, Badly Drawn Boy and Pentagram as well as profiling some of his favorite movies like LA Doce Vita and Spinal Tap.

Curtis has even more videos on his site. See the entire series
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David Carson
"The starting point is never to make something ugly, or to make it hard to read, or to make it award-winning, or to make it pretty. The starting point is to try to interpret something." Time: 3:50

More...
Milton Glaser
"And I am still astonished. Things still amaze me. And I think that's the great benefit of being in the arts: where the possibility of learning never disappears. Where you basically have to admit you never learn it." Time: 5:55

More...

from AIGA.


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The Buddy System - take two

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 If you happened to  miss the first Buddy System show in May, you now have the opportunity to catch it again!  This time (Scene) Metrospace will be hosting the group of 14 local and international artists.  Located at 303 Abbott Rd, East Lansing, the opening is TONIGHT (Friday Sept. 9) from 6-9pm.

Artists featured in the exhibit include: Peter Richards, Tim Lane, Joe Scott, Andrea Eckert, Mike Clark, Aaron Curtner, John Lindenmayer, Jenny Mc, Travis Pickard, Kellie Pickard, George Rahme, Ben Gaydos, Matt Cygnet, Ana Kamiar.



 From the State News: (SCENE) Metrospace, 303 Abbott Road, will host a reception at 6 p.m. on Friday for the opening of "The Buddy System." Many of the local artists' plan on attending. Jon Howard of the musical group Rattling Wall Collective will be on turntables. Light refreshments will be served.

Kruch said this exhibit is very important for East Lansing because of the impact these artists have made on the area and the variety of their artwork.

"People that normally go to galleries will probably walk in a say, 'What a mess,' but that's what we like about it."

painting on left: Peter Richards/ painting on right: Andrea Eckert



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  • The image seems to be missing!
    - [stargrazer]
  • ...yet clicking on it links to my weblog, that's kinda fun!
    - [stargrazer]

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FLOAT

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REO Town Call for Artists

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I received this from Krys Tourtois:

Call for Artists

 

The first annual REO Town Art Market will be held on the historic streets of REO Town in Lansing, Michigan.  REO Town is known for its unique atmosphere, which combines a respect for culture and history and an acceptance for new ideas.  This event will showcase a wide variety of Lansing’s artists and musicians, as well as local businesses.

 

This show is open to anyone who wishes to participate!  This is not a juried show, just an opportunity for artists and musicians to exhibit their talent.  We welcome all types of creative people, along with their friends and family.


There is a $10 entry fee and a $5 table rental fee. 

 

Artists may arrive at 10:00am on August 20th to set up their tables.  The Art Market will run from noon until 6pm.  Spaces will be approximately 8ft. wide and will run along South Washington on the sidewalks.  Spaces are first-come, first-serve on the day of the event.  Artists who have special requests for space for a tent or a different exhibit space should indicate that when registering.

 

 

·                     We are looking for a diverse array of vendors: fine art, crafts, food goods,               jewelry, clothing, musicians, etc.

·                     Demonstrations welcome!

·                     All work sold must be made by the artist selling the work.

·                     Registration deadline: August 5th, 2005


Contact:


Julie Burtch
REO Town Commercial Association
1027 S. Washington
Lansing, MI 48910
(517) 485-2795



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re-title

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I found this interesting website:

Re-title.com is a website for the active community of professionals working in contemporary art. This includes artists, artist-run project spaces and curatorial projects as well as the emerging, young and established contemporary art galleries.  It enables artists and galleries to broaden their connections in contemporary art and communicate to a larger audience.



Though registration (a personal webpage and newsletters) costs about $50/year (!), it's a good way of checkiing out what other artists are doing across the globe, however limited it is so far (currently only a handful of South Africans are listed for the entire continent of Africa).



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de schaaf

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de schaaf

our artist-collective in antwerp (2001-2003)

 it's not my latest work ... it's where it really started for me
the click i needed to consider myself as an "artist"

it was also the first thing i made on my computer
... turned out to end up as a videoclip

enjoy,
frank/aka slö

 


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  • I like the musical score.
    - [stargrazer]
  • very nice frank!
    - [ben]

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Dispatx :: Call for Submissions

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Dispatx Art Collective
is calling for collaborative project proposals and submissions based on the current theme for exploration : Abandonment

We see this theme as tremendously rich in connotations both positive and negative, and are looking for collaborators to consider working with us as a part of our 'Work in Progress' area - demonstrating the process that translates creative vision into artistic output - as well as submissions of finished work aligned to the theme.

For more information, submission guidelines and schedule details, please visit www.dispatx.com

To contact us directly, please email submissions@dispatx.com


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Dispatx Art Collective :: Scar as Sign

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Dispatx Art Collective are pleased to announce the publication of our third edition - Scar as Sign. The works making up this issue explore the theme in a diverse manner, confronting concepts from personal experience and showing their significance in a much broader sense.

Our bodies, relationships and environments are defined by information built up over time, as if there were an implicit will governing what should be preserved. Through dislocations in the storage process, wounds can be generated, and attempts to erase these wounds from our memories give rise to scarring. In their turn, lasting scars are then converted into objects of great significance. To talk of these significations is to talk not only of the object itself but also of all that it signifies. Human memory is thus made up of a tension between defects and the processes undertaken to hide them.

The edition is made up of 13 works in various media including photography, sculpture, sound and poetry. It is the result of 4 months' collaborative development of the theme by 17 different artists, and can be seen at www.dispatx.com


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  • great compilation, oliver! i am impressed with the scope and execution of dispat...more
    - [ben]
  • Ben - thanks for your comments on dispatx ... at this present time we are co...more
    - [dispatx]
  • Lots of great work! The cello piece is very striking.
    - [stargrazer]

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A Quarter-Century Celebration

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Hello...  hello...

FRIDAY, AUGUST 26th.
@ Lager House (1254 Michigan Ave. Detroit, MI 48226)
... near ol' Tiger Stadium

Come see me and:

Thes One (of People Under The Stairs)
Starving Artists Crew
DJ House Shoes
DJ Benny Ben
Crate Digga
DJ Superlative

... and more grace the storied rock stage with some glorious hip-hop mischief.

More details to come.  You look really awesome today.

gambitdmc@yahoo.com

Here's part of the press release:

LOCAL RAPPER, GAMBIT THE MC, HOSTS HIS 25TH BIRTHDAY PARTY ON AUGUST 26TH AT LAGER HOUSE.

On August 26th, GAMBIT THE MC (G.A.M.) is having his official 25th birthday celebration at Lager House in Detroit.  The Virgo, whose real birthday is August 30th, will have some of his friends, such as Fat Beats recording artist Starving Artists Crew, perform. 
Detroit is unlike any city in America that has a hip-hop scene.  It is chockfull of folks that consider themselves “masters of ceremony.”  GAMBIT THE MC is no exception, but he has been steadily paying his dues to make himself a household name.  He has done shows all over Michigan, opening for notable underground hip-hop artists like Quannum’s Lyrics Born and Rhymesayers’ Blueprint.
Party patrons should expect a DJ-laden roster, with rap performances by Team Double Stuf Oreo (GAMBIT and DJ Benny Ben) with special guest SelfSays and Starving Artists Crew.  DJs slated to spin are Detroit tastemaker House Shoes, People Under The Stairs’ Thes One, former college radio deejay Benny Ben and up-and-comers Crate Digga and Superlative.



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  • happy 25!
    - [ben]
  • Thanks for sharing! Hope to see some OCC'ers there!
    - [nick]

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Art and Science Collaborations

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Synapse.net
is an Australian web-based organization that promotes the interface between science and art:


go back to gallery
The Synapse database is an online resource promoting the nexus of art and science.


Synapse encourages creative and experimental collaborations between artists and scientists. It has been developed by ANAT (Australian Network for Art and Technology) as a major component of the Australia Council's New Media Arts Board Synapse Art and Science Initiative.

The database can be searched by artist, project or science organisation. It contains information on exhibitions, collaborative projects and areas of science interest and includes a showcase of artworks in the online gallery.

The Synapse database is a resource for artists, scientists, researchers, curators and industry to develop innovative and dynamic collaborations and connections.



Feedback is welcome and we invite submissions from Australian artists, scientists and organisations to be included in the database.




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  • Anyone out there from the Lascaux Project?
    - [stargrazer]

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Arirang...Song of Hope

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http://www.lansingcitypulse.com/050706/stories/bird.asp

The
Hope Borbas Okemos Library will host the korean brush painting of Hyung-Kook Lee during the month of July.  The opening reception will be Sunday, July 10 from 1-4pm. 

"Ever since the Industrial Revolution, human beings have lived in material abundance.
Matters...as they became abundant, they've caused not a few ill effects.
The unlimited competitions, the loneliness in the crowd, the loss of humanity, the innumerable accidents and crimes, and the dangerous trend to take life lightly...


The modern people-- those who were born as natural beings, and keep in the giant artificial concrete structures their dreams of grey-- where shall the find their true haven?

Religions, the strong will of human beings, searching for the tranquil state of mind-- can any of these be a substitute for it?
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  • jean lee asked me to make this post.
    - [Ande]
  • ande, you're magic. my family and the artist give their heartfelt thanks. i ho...more
    - [Jeanne]
  • Very interesting work. Creativity must run in the family! :)
    - [nick]
  • Although jeanne is quite flattered, she wanted to mention that the last name &qu...more
    - [Ande]
  • Really love the graphical elements juxtaposed with the freer brushwork in these...more
    - [stargrazer]
  • enjoyed the show very much. Are there any of thye booklets left over?
    - [stargrazer]

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Journal of Motion and Sound now shipping

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For those of you who pre-ordered JOMAS last week, it begain arriving on door steps and mailboxes Tuesday.

For those of you who didn't pre-order, we still have a few low edition packages left with issue numbers under 50.

JOMAS is available for sale online for $35.00 USD. JOMAS includes:

  • 1 Sound CD full of Music, Poetry, and Sound Installations
  • 2 Motion DVDs of Experimental Film, Animation and Documentaries
  • Liner Notes
  • White Triple Disc Packaging with a handpainted "jomas dot logo" cover

You'll find work by Outside Circle artists such as:

Abraham Olguin, Andrew Patterson and Dustin Edwards, Animal, Anne Delmariani, Antonio Zirión, Arctic Circle, Ben Gaydos, Bryan Bickel and Scott Pruett [Init], Christopher Irvin, Dan Gorman [DanSiezure], Evie Wright / Nick Lyon, Hernán Apablaza, Hugh Hartford, Jancee Warnick [The Jancee Pornick Casino], Jenn Brigham, Ben Gaydos, Nick Gaydos and Alison Lugo, Jim Ryan and Deon Foster [shenanigans.tv], Julia Yezbick, Julie Meitz, Louis Rawlins, Meck [Featuring Jean Lee], Nayiri Bardakjian, Outside Circle Collective (vocals by Rachel Yezbick), Paul Gabel, Pilvari Pirtola, Potter-Belmar Labs, Radio Ruido, Ryan Seslow, Stargrazer, Thatshim!thatstheguy!, The Argyle Wishlist, Tim Lane, Tony Gault, Whitehorse, and Zev Robinson.

Get your copy today!



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JOMAS Release Party a success!

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A big thank you to all who performed, helped set up and contributed making the Journal of Motion and Sound (JOMAS) release party a sucesss.

We debuted the each of the discs of JOMAS on the big screen, in the quieter side room as well as the listening stations.

For those of you who were not able to make it to Detroit last Friday, you missed five great performances by:

We've got a few pictures up on Flickr

 JOMAS Release Party - Tim Lane's Poetry Reading JOMAS Release Party - Calliope and Julie Meitz

If you took any pictures at the JOMAS release party, please feel free to add them to the Outside Circle Collective group photo pool. (Its free!)

The 555 Gallery was especially kind in letting Outside Circle use their space to throw the party. Please help support them and check out their upcoming shows!



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Deadline Approaching for mini-JOWAI .02

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Poets Needed...

Poets of all types are sought for publication in [mini] JOWAI .02, the second pocket-size journal of words and images from OCC.  Unleash your muse!

Artists Needed...

Painters, illustrators, graphic designers, photographers and mixed media artists are sought for publication in [mini] JOWAI .02.  3-D artists are encouraged to submit photographs, documentation or diagrams of their work.  Expose your creativity!

Writers Needed...

original non-fiction, essays, short fiction, journalism, excerpts of longer stories and experimental prose are sought for publication in [mini] JOWAI .02.  Tantalize our audience!

Deadline June 15, 2005 

[mini] JOWAI* is a free, pocket-size publication of Outside Circle Collective showcasing the work of creative individuals.  It is made available to the worldwide public through generous people like yourself who print the journal from the internet and place it on their favorite public countertops and information racks.  [mini] JOWAI seeks submissions for Volume 2, which will be published mid-summer 2005.

Want to see your creative work published?  Send your stories, poems, essays, musings, graphics, paintings, photos, drawings, etc. to JOWAI for the next issue!

  • entries should be sent to outsidecircle@gmail.com
  • registered OCC membership is encouraged (it's FREE, after all, and we'll be promoting your creative efforts for free, as well).  Register at http://spaces.outsidecircle.com .
  • entries should be text (.txt) files for poetry or prose, TIFF (.tif) files (or high-quality .jpegs) for artwork or photography. 
  • All images should be at least 200 dpi.
  • entries should be suitable for black-and-white reproduction
  • additional instructions should accompany the artwork or text in an attached e-mail
  • please include your full name, geographic location, and e-mail address
  • you will retain full copyright of all your work

Tell your friends and colleagues!



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A Piece of Pickard.

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Travis Pickard is heading Southwest soon and is having a "Moving to New Mexico" Art sale at the Lansing Art GalleryJune 4 to June 17th. The last day is a silent auction ala’ “no reasonable offer refused” June 17th from 4-6pm. Please join! The address: 113 S Washington Square Lansing MI 48933Travis is currently showing in Skin Deep at (Scene) Metrospace (303 Abbott Road, East Lansing, MI). Show hangs til August 14th.If that's not enough, the City Pulse newspaper just wrote about Travis... http://www.lansingcitypulse.com/050601/stories/pickard.asp


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  • a "revealing" look at Travis in City Pulse!
    - [stargrazer]

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www.outsidecircle.com/jomas

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JOMAS Volume 001 JOMAS Series 01
nick hooked us up with a really nice home for JOMAS. we'll be using it to promote the compilation, any "jomas; series" shows (like the one on June 10th), AND, most importantly, it'll be a great way to promote you guys! we tried to provide hyperlinks to each artist's website (if you have a site and you're not linked to it, contact us), and we'll be profiling individual artists on the site each month or so. check back often and spread the word!

http://www.outsidecircle.com/jomas


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  • nick, it looks AMAZING!!! swell job!
    - [pax]
  • thanks julia! I had fun... :)
    - [nick]
  • Hi Ben, Nick and Julia, Wow... the Jomas release party was very impressive. Cong...more
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a gift

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rositadreamsrosita, hope you like it

more is in the makings

of the chaos

s00n sEE

 

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  • welcome, frank! i like your work!
    - [ben]

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jomas release party!

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jomas;series.01

June 10th, 2005, 8pm
555 Gallery
4884 Grand River Ave.
Detroit, MI 48208
www.555arts.org

The international artist’s collective, Outside Circle (www.outsidecircle.com), is celebrating the release of their first edition of the Journal of Motion and Sound (JOMAS), with an experimental media event featuring artists from the double DVD/CD compilation. The event, jomas;series.01, will feature live audio-visual performances from Potter-Belmar Labs, The Shenanigans, and Calliope (with film jockeying by Julie Meitz), DJing by Chuck Sipperley, poetry by Tim Lane, and cutting edge films from around the world. Suggested $5 donation at the door. 8pm, 06.10.05.


Hope to see you all there!

 
 


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  • yea! an event on a night i don't have to work. i can't wait to see folks again!...more
    - [Ande]
  • This is big news!
    - [nick]
  • i'll be done teaching by then and it's on a friday night! yay! i'll totally be...more
    - [Jeanne]
  • Grrrrrrrrrrrrr!!
    - [stargrazer]

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