OK. Here it is: the final word on Teaching Artists courtesy of Etan Marciano, writer, educator and all around great guy. Be sure to check out Etan’s upcoming site The Hyp Replacement. And now for Etan’s riveting prose… The Artist’s in-Progress Approach to Teaching Art, a Multifaceted Engagement Prologue: It seems, unless you’re a […]
If you are a Teabagger, and you think Muslims are not a part of this country, then your head is in the sand. This is what the busiest station in Queens looks like on a Friday night when Muslims are on holiday. Granted, this year Rosh Hashanah fell on the same day as Eid, but […]
This is a panel where one of my favorite artists, Ai WeiWei, participated along with Twitter’s founder. I never thought I’d come to respect or be interested in anything that had to do with Twitter. I have to say it’s great to be proven wrong every now and then..!
OK, so recently I was at a meeting with some colleagues and during a break one of the educators said to the other “I like the work you are doing with your class, but you should have them paint other things, not bamboos and flowers, but something more like ‘hair driers.’ That would be interesting” […]