Put on your walking shoes and grab a cider donut. My latest piece on the Hood Downtown.
Posted in art, Dartmouth, Music, small town |
Tagged cider donut, Dartmouth College, Hanover NH, Hood Downtown, Hood Museum of Art, Jacob Kirkegaard, Jess Rowland, Julianne Swartz, Lou's Restaurant, Resonant Spaces, Susan B. Apel, Terry Adkins |
Sound art is coming to the Upper Valley in a big way. Eight internationally-acclaimed artists are making their way to small (but mighty) Hanover NH. My article is a small, sneak “peek.” More to come. Link is below.
Watching the construction as the old Hood Museum transforms into the new.
Posted in Architecture, art, Dartmouth, small town |
Tagged Bahar Behbahani, Hanover NH, Hood Downtown, Hood Museum of Art, Ingo Günther, Julie Blackmon, Laetitia Soulier, Resonant Spaces |
The fun of this job is not just the writing, but meeting the artists. My conversation with Julie Blackmon was as interesting as her photographs. Please read and share.
Posted in art, Film, photography, small town, Women |
Tagged Diane Arbus, Edward Hopper, Everyday Fantastic, Homegrown, Hood Downtown, Hood Museum of Art, Jan Steen, John Stomberg, Julie Blackmon, Sally Mann, Springfield MO |
Find illumination, with your eyes and your brain. International contemporary artist Ingo Günther’s World Processor has just opened at the Hood Downtown. Link is below.
Posted in art, Blogging, Dartmouth, small town |
Tagged astro-tourism, Cape Breton, Hood Downtown, Hood Museum of Art, Ingo Günther, life expectancy, Sheboygan, Sheboygen, Space tourism, Wisconsin, World Health Organization, World Processor |
Art marries Big Data as international contemporary artist Ingo Günther prepares to open at the Hood Downtown this week. Read and share. Link is below.
Posted in art, Blogging, Dartmouth, Hopkins Center |
Tagged Amy Balkin, Dartmouth College, Globes, Hood Downtown, Hood Museum of Art, Hopkins Center, Ingo Günther, Luis Delgado-Qualtrough, Mining Big Data, Strauss Gallery, World Processor |
Arts scratching at you like cats from every direction–visual, performing, conceptual. Here is the link: