All of us are watchers — of television, of time clocks, of traffic on the...– Peter M. Leschak (writer). A wonderful quote for ethnographers, who need to observe rather than just see. (via literary-ethnography)
Echoes of Others
Illuminating the Gaps Amidst Translation Gosh the other artists I am exhibiting my “What the Hell” book with look pretty amazing for Human Rights Art and Film Festival. I feel a bit odd as it all looks quite serious and important. http://hraff.org.au/melbourne-art just incase you are new to the blog, here is the FB page for this project that started off as my masters project...
New York Arts Practicum →
designthinkingpsu: Super interesting approach to arts education! Makes me wonder about teaching design within an institution and what the possibilities are for taking students out of the classroom and into the world. mcadruralartsinitiative: Another example of making arts education experience-based, rather than classroom-based.
4 Principles For Creating Change, And 4 Barriers... →
This article has some useful tips for any changemaker project at all.. One to keep
Four months Down the Track
Yes, four months on how is The New Independent Design School called Old School going? More importantly, what developments have taken place? As I mentioned in an earlier post, Old School is as much as social project as an educational one. Why? Because to me, the two are closely intertwined. Someone said that it reminds me of Heidi when all of the artists used to go and visit the Reids. A real...
We're Hiring! Social Media Coordinator →
jenbee: 20x200 | Social Media Coordinator (and quite a few other jobs too!) If the first thing you do in the morning is check your Facebook, Twitter and Tumblr accounts, then we want to talk to you! If you also happen to love art, can you come in tomorrow? We’re hiring a part-time (in the immediate term) social media coordinator with the opportunity to become a full-time (within 2-3 months)...
More/Than/This (Blog) ™: Rumination No. 012 →
morethanthisblog: I believe I am (and remain) a graphic designer because I have things to say. This is who I am, despite knowing that a fair number of jobs I hold will ask me not to say much, but rather to retool, reorder, rewrite, restyle the content (good or bad, interesting or dull, world-changing or product…
The act of feeling frustrated is an essential part of the creative process....– Jonah Lehrer on the importance of frustration in the creative process, live-illustrated by Guggenheim Fellow Flash Rosenberg. (via explore-blog)