January Gill O'Neil will publish her third collection of poetry, Rewilding, with CavanKerry Press in November 2018. We asked the poet about the significance of the book's title, her influences and choices as a poet, and what's next in her intriguing journey as a literary artist. How did you come to select Rewilding as the title of your third collection? How does the … [Read more...]
Highlighting the work and voices of individual artists.
Fiber artist Adrienne Sloane's recent work, The Unraveling, is a hand-knit flag hung against the backdrop of the Constitution. Sloane is unraveling the flag in the timeline of the current administration so that the historic document is progressively revealed. She is committed to continuing to show and unravel this flag, stopping only should the administration end prematurely or … [Read more...]
Periodically, we pose questions about issues artists face in their work and lives. This month, we asked: If you could deliver one message to yourself as a younger artist, what would it be? Jo Ann Rothschild, painter When I had just moved to Boston and had just gotten my BA, I went to the Boston Visual Artists' Union for companionship and information. I complained to an … [Read more...]
Periodically, we pose questions about issues artists face in their work and lives. Artists usually specialize in one art form, but some artists thrive working in multiple - sometimes very different - disciplines. This month, we asked artists who work in multiple disciplines: What impact (if any) do the different art forms have on each other, in your practice? Jill Maio, … [Read more...]
Periodically, we pose questions about issues artists face in their work and lives. A while back, we asked curators, editors, and presenters (aka artistic gatekeepers) for one piece of advice they'd give to artists. This month, we're turning the tables and asking artists, What is ONE THING you wish more gatekeepers would incorporate into their selection process? Dana … [Read more...]