Posts Tagged "community engagement"


Zines and Things: A workshop class

Typically when I think about autumn, I can’t help but think about school: as an incurable bookworm, I spent many a fall afternoon kicking up leaves while carrying a ton of books in cautious mittens. Heading into October this year

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Progress in Works

It’s been a busy week so far here at the house studio at Casa Corteza: prepping materials, work, and artists for the Works in Progress show scheduled for tomorrow has kept us on our toes! There’s a whole series of

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Curious about the behind-the-scenes creation of Tēixiptla, a new communal participation installation?

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"Into The Ears of Our Child" detail

Constructing the Value of Art: Art and the Public

I’ve written briefly before about my simultaneous fascination and frustration with the commonly held (and oftentimes promoted) perception of the “Art(ist) as Magic.” As a persona, it’s exciting, mysterious; pretentious, elitist; showy but humble; true and false. The juxtaposition of

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