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“Worlds Otherwise Hidden” at the Kemper @ Hyperallergic

KANSAS CITY, Missouri — It is safe to say that the United States is in the midst of a deep crisis of identity, fueled by nationalism, fear-mongering across the political spectrum, and denial about the legacy of migration. Worlds Otherwise Hidden at the Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art in Kansas City […]

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Opening Friday: WONDERLAND @ the Terhune Gallery in Perrysburg, OH

So excited for this, opens on Thursday!! WONDERLAND October 13 – November 25 Opening Reception: Friday, October 13, 6-8:30 p.m. Welcome to Wonderland: a place designed by six artist-magicians for your pleasure and consideration. Produced with minds, materials, multitudinous techniques and a pinch of playfulness, the outcome is survival, renewal, […]

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Re:Iterate @ Kerrytown Concert Hall – Opening Reception Oct. 12th

Extremely honored to be participating in two group shows in the coming month, both of which are entirely populated by artists who I greatly admire, and have taught me a lot about how to find my footing and voice as an artist. The first of these, Re:Iterate, opens on Thursday, […]

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The Incinerator Show opens Thursday, June 15 @ Ocelot Print Shop

Among Michigan’s myriad environmental offenses that endanger the clear air and water that we as citizens of an allegedly first-world nation might rightfully expect, the Detroit incinerator is one of the longest-running issues for folks here in the city. Anyone who lives downwind, or even drives by, is familiar with […]

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Carole Harris & Ash Arder @ Knight Arts blog

An engaged crowd was on hand at N’Namdi Center for Contemporary Art in Detroit on June 11, for an artist talk between veteran artist Carole Harris, whose multi-layered fiber works are on display in the Rose Gallery through June 25th, and Ash Arder, who brings youthful energy and a hunger […]

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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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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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