Fuck Yeah Draplin ~ American Barbarica
San Diego’s Mid-Century Graphic Designers ~ KPBS
Profile 045: Eric Elms Interview ~ Defrag
Heath Ceramics x Geoff McFetridge: Exclusive Interview ~ Core77
Marching Ahead: Marco Velardi & Christopher Nying ~ The Avant/Garde Diaries
As part of Southern California’s Pacific Standard Time, the Mingei Musem is currently celebrating the work of over 60 artists from the San Diego region. Focusing on the post-war modern era between the 1940s and 1970s, San Diego’s Craft Revolution gives us just a glimpse of the extensive collection of work by these artists. The show runs through April 15, 2012—so be sure to check out if you are in the San Diego area.
Ephemera! By San Diego’s Mid-Century Graphic Designers
Bold Expressions: African American Quilts from the Collection of Corrine Riley
Jim Riswold recently spent more than his fair share of days in the ICU at OHSU. He cheered himself up by reading about the carnage of World War I, The War to End All Wars. He learned The War to End All Wars Didn’t End All Wars. So, he did an art show about it. Be one of the first to see the fruits of his labor.
Portland, swing by Augen Gallery tonight and check out Jim Riswold’s latest show, “The War To End All Wars That Fucked Up And Didn’t End All Wars”. And if you can’t make it tonight, the show will be up until November 26th. 716 N.W. Davis Portland, OR 97209.