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2012 Arts Fest Poetry Book By Alana Nicole
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A Photo Poetry book featuring children, musicians, even animals, pride Community. Full color photographs
Art & Poems catalog By Aaron Thesing
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Thirty-eight works of two-and-three-dimensional art by Indiana artists are responded to by published poets from all over Indiana, and comprise this color catalog of the “Art & Poems”... More > exhibit represented by Gallery 308, Muncie, IN. Includes comments and still shots from the video artists who created art videos based on selected artwork and poems, plus bios of all artists and poets. “Art & Poems” was part of Arts Kaleidoscope: Art, Poems, & Videos, a festival of exhibits, live poetry readings, and video showings curated by Gallery 308 in October 2008.< Less
Art Beyond Digital By Dominique Moulon
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Digital technology has interfered in all the spheres, private, public and professional, of our society and shaped them. Artists have always used the techniques or technologies of their time to... More > express themselves. Yet, it takes time for the art world to integrate new practices and new media. Impatient, the most fervent advocates of digital art have structured themselves into international communities by organizing dedicated events. Their practices have now matured and the public is culturally ready to welcome their creations as it already does in festivals. At the same time, we notice the first signs of digital acceptance in art, both in institutions and in the contemporary art market. The purpose of this book is to study the works of current practices without focusing on their shared use of digital technology, and to demonstrate that digital technology is a medium of contemporary art, but that it is important to consider specificities.< Less
Art In Odd Places: Sign By Ed Woodham et al.
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In October 2009, over sixty artists and performers created public art interventions on 14th Street in New York as part of the Art in Odd Places festival. This catalogue is its record. For several... More > years, this grassroots initiative has presented art and performance to stretch the possibilities of the public realm. AiOP challenges the increasing circumscription of daily public life by finding ways around traditional public space regulations. Inventive and ingenious, its artists find the odd and ordinary spaces that are still open to the imagination. Including maps, tours, sound walks, installations, projections, posters, campaigns, and performances among its projects, this richly photographed catalogue features both established and emerging artists, unafraid to take on the challenge of the street. This volume also includes commentary by AiOP director, Ed Woodham and co-curators, Erin Donnelly and Radhika Subramaniam. Of interest to anyone concerned with urban public space and public art interventions.< Less
Art in Odd Places: Endicott By Ed Woodham & Michael Kilburn
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In April 2012, Endicott College hosted the world famous New York City public arts festival, "Art in Odd Places" (AiOP) on its scenic oceanfront Beverly, MA campus. While AiOP is well... More > established on the New York cultural calendar, each October turning the length of 14th Street in Manhattan into an open air gallery and performance space, this was the first time the event had taken place on a college campus. The aim was to encourage students, faculty, staff, and the greater local community to interact with their environment and each other in thoughtful and thought provoking ways; to disrupt the deadening habits of routine, reveal unnoticed spaces and patterns, and foster a sense of appreciation of the privilege of place. Guy DeBord’s term for this interaction of physical and human context was psychogeography, and for 3 springtime weeks, Endicott College was the site of this Situationist experiment. This catalogue documents the exercise, with images of the various installations and commentary by the curators.< Less
How to Run a Great Art Show By Carroll Swayze
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Written in 2014 by the NAIA, “How to Run a Great Art Show is a small “how to” book for art shows and festivals to help smaller shows, ones with an all volunteer staff or ones whose... More > directors change every year, work to create an event that is successful for both the artists who come to participate and for the community and the organization producing the event.< Less
The Crediton Flag Project 2013 By Crediton Arts Centre
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The Crediton Flag Project 2013 captures the time when Crediton High Street was transformed by 40 flags celebrating the many businesses and voluntary groups that make Crediton such a vibrant... More > community. The Crediton Flag Project journal presents every flag that was up on the High Street during Crediton Festival 2013 in detail and in glorious colour. Read all about the project: from the initial funding; through the designing, making, hanging and taking down of the flags; to plans for the future.< Less
Matter: Charlottesville 2018 By Art in Odd Places
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Each year, the students at the University of Virginia pool their money together to bring an artist or art event to UVA Grounds and beyond through their student run, UVA Arts Board Committee. For... More > 2017-18, in collaboration with the Studio Arts Program, the students invited artist and Art in Odd Places founder & director Ed Woodham to help oversee the creation and production of Art in Odd Places 2018: MATTER Charlottesville. This catalogue is a record of AiOP MATTER festival that took place on the grounds of the University of Virginia and on the Downtown Mall in Charlottesville. The gatherings of white supremacists on August 11 and 12, 2017 framed a narrow view of Charlottesville. AiOP MATTER encouraged rethinking this limited view of Charlottesville by presenting fresh images and narratives by nineteen local artists, and nine national and international artists.< Less
Wild Words Volume 5 By Leitrim County Council Arts Office
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A collection of writing by young people produced as part of the Wild Words Children's Book Festival, Carrick on Shannon, Co. Leitrim, Ireland.
Wild Words Volume 2 By Leitrim County Council Arts Office
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A collection of writing by young people produced in association with the Wild Words Children’s Literature Festival, Carrick on Shannon, Leitrim.

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