Sukkah City STL

The Sukkah is an ancient yet ephemeral form of architecture. In Jewish tradition, these small temporary structures — places to share meals, entertain, sleep, and rejoice — are erected each autumn during Sukkot, a weeklong harvest festival and remembrance for the 40 years Jews spent wandering in the desert. In October, the Sam Fox School, … Continue reading

Repositioning the Gaze in an Age of Voyeurism

Throughout the history of art, theorists and philosophers have tried to negotiate the visual and conceptual relationship that exists between a work of art and the viewer’s gaze. What has fueled much of this debate is the argument that because the gaze inherently signifies possession, and can therefore be tied to certain power structures, it … Continue reading

Missouri Southern State University Solo show

Open call, no entry fee, no deadline Artists can send a packet of information by U.S. mail or electronically. Applications sent by mail should provide the Advisory Board with a proposal for exhibition, including: (1)A cover letter or email (2)Artist’s biography / resume (3)Samples of work submitted for consideration All submissions sent via U.S. Mail … Continue reading

St. Louis & SGC

Ok so I know it’s been a few weeks, but I still think it is worth it to share some highlights from my most recent art adventure.  March 16th through the 19th I journeyed to St. Louis where Washington University hosted the Southern Graphic Council’s (SGC) International Conference.  SGC is the largest printmaking organization in … Continue reading