On Writing, Reflecting

Take What You Can't Get panel video screenshot

 

I’ve been hoping to write more this year (and last year too, to be honest) but with life's interruptions finding the time to write and then structure the writing in a meaningful way has been difficult. So maybe these first attempts seem fragmented and disconnected at the moment, but I felt it was better to get it out sooner while the thoughts are fresh in my mind. Maybe in the future I worry about stitching it all together in to a longer piece.

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Take What You Can't Get Panel Recording Now Online

Photo of an exhibition showing a white table with archive items in the foreground. Hanging on the two rear walls are art objects: on the left wall there is a poster of Detroit’s Revolutionary Union Movement’s Slate, and hanging on the right wall is a sculpture made of many laminated images related to Detroit’s Revolutionary Black Workers Movement (1960s-1970s) all linked together by a beaded chain and arranged rather randomly

 

The Zoom video recording for the panel "Fostering a Healthy Artworld Ecosystem" is now online. The panel was part of the exhibition "Take What You Can't Get" curated by Christina Freeman via the ABCnoRio Collective here in the East Village.

The panel was held on December 3, 2020 and included the amazing artists/organizers Alicia Grullon, Shawn Escarciga, and moderated by Christina Freeman

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