Brigitte Martin's Blog – February 2012 Archive (8)

Applications Open for Windgate Museum Intern

Tne Museum of Contemporary Craft has been awarded $5000 in direct support of a Windgate Museum Intern. This is a competitive opportunity, and the first time MoCC has been invited to host an intern. Each year, the Windgate foundation selects four institutions to support an intern and the Museum is deeply honored to be a part of this year’s selection.



This 6-week internship will take place during July and August, 2012 at Museum of Contemporary Craft.

– Interns will assist with… Continue

Added by Brigitte Martin on February 28, 2012 at 3:50pm — No Comments

Peters Valley Artist Fellowship Opportunities for 2012

jewelry   Harry Bower sculpture chairmaking

Announcing Peters Valley Artist Fellowship

Opportunities for 2012…

Continue

Added by Brigitte Martin on February 28, 2012 at 7:30am — No Comments

SNAG: Ask the Prez!

Every now and then, there's a really good idea out there that deserves that we, the SNAG members pay attention and jump into action - for our own benefit: …



Continue

Added by Brigitte Martin on February 20, 2012 at 12:00pm — No Comments

The New French Hacker-Artist Underground

By Jon Lackman. WIRED.com

Thirty years ago, in the dead of night, a group of six Parisian teenagers pulled off what would prove to be a fateful theft. They met up at a small café near the Eiffel Tower to review their plans—again—before heading out…

Continue

Added by Brigitte Martin on February 19, 2012 at 6:59am — 4 Comments

Call: Grupo Duplex Contemporary Jewellery Yearbook

The YEARBOOK was born in response to the request of many designers and loyal readers, who have a global vision of art and jewellery and want to create awareness of their work.





What are the objectives of the yearbook?

The yearbook highlights the work of the contemporary jewellery community.

It provides a valuable tool to artists, to enable them to target the right international audience:

Over…

Continue

Added by Brigitte Martin on February 17, 2012 at 7:53am — No Comments

Augusto Esquivel: Button Sculpture

I am often obsessed with comparisons of reality and potential and the balance between them, in art: the idea of chaos in perfect order: an object seemingly solid to the eye can also be fragile and inconsistent to the touch; a common object used to create a piece of art becomes transformed…

Continue

Added by Brigitte Martin on February 14, 2012 at 9:38am — 2 Comments

Ceramicist Kala Stein receives first NCECA/crafthaus Scholarship!

NCECA Board member Sam Chung selected longstanding crafthaus member Kala Stein based on a review of…

Continue

Added by Brigitte Martin on February 9, 2012 at 8:30am — 1 Comment

Patricia Piccinini: Fairy Tales, Monsters, and the Genetic Imagination

The world I create exists somewhere between the one we know and one that is almost upon us. However, what I imagine is neither the nightmare future environmental ruin nor the brave new world of perfect scientific progress. Instead I focus on the internal, emotional lives of the new creatures that might emerge,…

Continue

Added by Brigitte Martin on February 7, 2012 at 10:00am — 1 Comment

Blog Topics by Tags

Monthly Archives

2016

2015

2014

2013

2012

2011

2010

2009

2008

Latest Activity

Linda Kaye-Moses commented on Brigitte Martin's blog post Dobraş Anamaria - Jewelry x Video Art
"The videos are visually interesting, and, from what I could tell, the jewelry designs are interesting. I found that i was more interested in the visual impact of the videos, than in the jewelry. I wanted to see  more of the jewelry. It seemed…"
53 minutes ago
nicole jacquard commented on Jim Binnion's photo
Thumbnail

Teapot

"Jim, this piece is truly beautiful!! Nicole"
yesterday
2Roses commented on Brigitte Martin's blog post Britain’s “worst public art” announced - see if you agree
"Ok Dauvit, I'll see your "Ghastly Thing" and raise you Forever Marilyn  This pandering piece of public upskirtery is by Seward Johnson who has a pretty impressive record of bad public art.  The piece was on display for…"
yesterday
Jan Smith liked Brigitte Martin's blog post Dobraş Anamaria - Jewelry x Video Art
yesterday
Brigitte Martin posted blog posts
yesterday
The Justified Sinner commented on The Justified Sinner's blog post Memento Mori and Bedlam
"Glad you enjoyed it. Thank you for letting me know."
yesterday
Mary Jarvis liked john de Wit's photo
yesterday
Mary Jarvis liked john de Wit's photo
yesterday
Jan Smith commented on The Justified Sinner's blog post Memento Mori and Bedlam
"the Memento Mori Collection is amazing!  thank you for sharing.  "
yesterday
Jan Smith liked The Justified Sinner's blog post Memento Mori and Bedlam
yesterday
The Justified Sinner commented on Brigitte Martin's blog post Britain’s “worst public art” announced - see if you agree
""She-guardian" is bloody awful but somehow I really like it. (The tree, however... ) It is important to note that The Spectator magazine is notoriously - maybe even proudly - reactionary and right-wing. My own choice would be this ghastly…"
yesterday
Brigitte Martin commented on Heba Barazi's status
"Hello Heba - Yes, I meant for you to create a new blog post, with images. :) Feel free to message me if you need help!"
yesterday
Brigitte Martin liked 2Roses's photo
yesterday
Brigitte Martin commented on Heba Barazi's status
"Congratulations, Heba. I look forward to hearing more about this when you get a chance. Will you be traveling to Dubai for this? Please post your info into the blogs, that way more people get to see it. Thanks! Brigitte"
yesterday
Natalia Araya liked Brigitte Martin's blog post Thorsten Brinkmann - Still Life
yesterday
Heba Barazi posted a status
"Shortlisted for the International Emerging Art Award and exhbition at World Art Dubai. So excited! http://www.emergingartistaward.com"
yesterday

Masthead Credits

Leisa Rich, Atlanta, GA

"Happy to See You, Too", 2016
16" X 12" X 9"
Materials: PLA, acrylic, plastic, oil paint, recycled reflexology/yoga mat
Technique: 3D printing, assemblage

© 2016   Created by Brigitte Martin.   Powered by

Badges  |  Report an Issue  |  Terms of Service