BY Emily Rems
on Nov 01, 2010
I’m ashamed to admit it, but even though I’ve been doing movie commentaries for NPR’s New York affiliate, WNYC, for the past six months, I didn’t know until a couple of weeks ago that they had a live performance venue. Some friends tipped me off to a great show that was going on at WNYC’s Greene Space—a “new destination for artists and audiences created for live performances, signature WNYC radio shows, and video ... Read More
on Oct 26, 2010
Mandy Shadforth is an AMAZING award-winning contemporary artist from Queensland. This Aussie babe paints in a super realistic style, drawing her viewer into intimate details that would usually be overlooked. Mandy paints with such control and depth. She is able to manipulate her pop culture/natural images into mysterious kaleidoscopes of daydreams and bewilderment. She just released her 2010 collection a few months ago and I am smitten. ... Read More
on Oct 19, 2010
Once upon a time I met a beautiful Polish girl with killer blonde locks who had a penchant for photo negatives, her golden dog and art in most forms. She used to come to New York on the weekends and work at a museum in Connecticut during the weeks. After traveling to Poland, Berlin, Russia and more places I can't remember she decided to meet up with her partner in Paris and make a go of this business of collaboration, empowerment and curation in the art ... Read More
BY Lauren Rubin
on Oct 19, 2010
There are many mind boggling and wondrous things hiding in the nooks, crannies and crevices of the internet.Every once and a while one of those things will hit me like a ton of bricks to the face, or in this case a couple hundred gallons of paint paired with a knack for stop motion cinematography.
How do these two things work together so beautifully you might ask? Check out this 9:55 long time-lapse video entitled Big Bang Big Boom depicting the beginning ... Read More
BY emily dirienzo
on Oct 13, 2010
Recently I coined the term school-sickness as a way of describing the existential crisis many of us have when we’re reluctantly ripped from the protective womb of academia. Not only does the Brooklyn Skill Share have a remedy for the post-grad blues, but the grassroots organization offers a priceless experience for those of us who didn’t have the luxury of attending fancy art schools.
Brooklyn Skill Share is organized and taught by local ... Read More