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MOCO's Meta Spacenew

After an ill-fated show at MOCA, artist Chris Silva transforms Oakland's MOCO into a community-centered Internet cafe.
East Bay Express  |  Alex Bigman  |  08-24-2012  |  Art

Redux Gets a Fresh Injection From New Director, Studio Spacenew

Redux is breathing. It's not just the gallery installation by Liz Miller that greets you at the door, a delicate, yet somehow aggressive creation of felt, foam, and paper that resembles fire-breathing dragons. It's more to do with the children running to their painting class, with the art that is everywhere, and the artists who are calmly going about their daily work of creation. Redux just might be the heart and heartbeat of Charleston's living art scene, and you can feel it as soon as you step through the door.
Charleston City Paper  |  Elizabeth Pandolfi  |  11-03-2011  |  Profiles & Interviews

Wet Hot Art Summernew

An insider’s guide to the best (and worst) of Santa Fe’s art scene
Santa Fe Reporter  |  Rani Molla  |  07-08-2011  |  Art

Charleston Galleries Commemorate the Civil War Sesquicentennialnew

In commemoration of the Civil War Sesquicentennial, two of Charleston's most renowned art houses, the City Gallery at Waterfront Park and the Gibbes Museum of Art, are gearing up to host exhibitions that explore differing aspects of the war, from the battles themselves to slavery to the civil rights movement that emerged years later.
Charleston City Paper  |  Lisa Ryan  |  04-06-2011  |  Art

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