If you missed the Art Chicago 2010 panel Social Media Strategies in Chicago’s Art Community, or are just wondering what the heck happened because you were too busy tweeting while watching the sexy Twitter stream, these videos will help. Me, Alicia Eler, and Ginny Berg of the Chicago Gallery News moderated this panel.
If you’re ready to get over the old hat “death of the art critic” conversation and learn about how useful and—dare I say it?—fun social media can be, find your way to this Art Chicago panel. Follow tweets about the panel by searching for #artsocialmedia during the panel discussion. To add your own tweets, just […]
One may be curious as to the product of a mid-western, culturally immersed, visual artist’s take on fashion — the industry, the clothes, the pretention and, of course, the art itself. Upon receiving the massive 5lb. “magazine” (more like an atlas-sized portable gallery), I was eager to see how linear the connections between the worlds […]
PERFORMANCE ANXIETY Gallery 400 at University of Illinois at Chicago 400 S. Peoria Wednesday, April 7 8pm Art critic Alicia Eler and video art collector Jefferson Godard present Performance Anxiety, a program of short video works dealing with performances of cultural identity. In navigating complicated understandings of gender, race, class, sexuality, or existence in on- and […]
Designed to be a fashion magazine aesthetically and functionally, the inside cover features a table of contents and credits: the front cover calligraphy is by Yohan “Scribbles” and the back cover art by Maiko Kuzunishi. Further inside the publication, readers will find a fold-out poster, a credits/contributor page, an essay by Zane Fischer that aptly […]