Radical Intention and BJ Vogt’s Water Co-op Bar is a mobile, bicycle-powered water station meant to start a conversation about water’s value and conservation made expressly for Marfa Dialogues St. Louis.
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Erika Osborne’s exhibitionThe Back of the Map at the Center for Art + Environment translates her firsthand experiences in the landscape to something like a field guide.
Sage Dawson speaks with curator Lea Anderson about how contemporary artists explore a distinct language of surface, emerging with personal, political, and philosophical surface expressions in her recent exhibition at 516 Arts.
The Print Center in Philadelphia was founded in 1915 and continues to support printmaking and photography through its exhibition and education programs.
Sage Dawson spoke with Stephanie Smith, founder of the Altanta Printmakers Studio, about the group’s origins and projects, including the annual Print Big! event that uses a steamroller to print large woodcuts.
Zygote Press has been an important resource to the Cleveland art community for the past sixteen years, offering affordable print shop access, workshops, residencies, and exhibitions.