Monthly Archives: April 2016

4/16/2016 – Bridging the Arts with K.A. Letts

Artist: K.A. Letts Location: Cass Cafe Breakfast: KAL – Coffee (black), vegetarian omelette, potato hash, no toast SRS – Coffee (black), eggs over hard, potato hash, rye toast, bacon Those who have done some digging into my mysterious origins will know that I hold a degree in Theater Arts, specifically […]

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“Doubly So” at Center Galleries @ Knight Arts blog

“Delara (2)” (2016) by Sheida Soleimani, soft sculpture, archival pigment print with frame.  Female identity is often an exercise in duality. Women are largely encouraged to present a seamless and appealing surface to the world, which can serve to mask the trials and tribulations of being subjugated to a range […]

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4/7/2016 – Interior Life with Sally Schluter Tardella

Artist: Sally Schluter Tardella Location: Chartreuse Breakfast: SST – White wine, grilled salmon salad, coffee (black) SRS – Apple-ginger soda, egg, cheese, Tasso ham, jalapeno breakfast sandwich, coffee (black) There is a vibrant relationship between women and spaces. I have always marveled at the prototypical “bachelor pad” – it sometimes […]

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Marcelyn Bennett-Carpenter @ Essay’d

Marcelyn Bennett-Carpenter would like for you, the viewer, to be involved. Engagement with her work, ideally, goes beyond aesthetic appreciation; her pieces are designed for physical interaction: wearing, blowing, navigating, and especially stretching. Tension is the fundamental quality of weaving; as a fiber artist, accomplished weaver, and instructor at Cranbrook’s […]

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Olivia Erlanger at What Pipeline @ Knight Arts Blog

“I had been looking around these ideas of systemic crisis, global financial crisis, which is what I came of age in,” said artist Olivia Erlanger during a conversation about “The Oily Actor.” This new body of work was presented at What Pipeline, a Knight Arts grantee in Detroit. “It was […]

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