Aaron Hibbs' hula marathon came to an end at 9:14 p.m. on Sunday October 25th after 75 hours of hooping.
Posted by itlookslikeitsopen at 25.10.09 1 comment:
Show Sale Thing
We invite you to come see some fancy handcrafted items including clothing, jewelry, glass, pillows, bags, kitchen accessories, cards and hand felted miniatures. Our featured artisans and craftspeople originally hail from all over the United States and abroad and will be sharing their wonderful things with us for one day only! Representing the east coast we have Jamie Boyle and Curious Machine, from the west coast we have Nic Langille and Aimee Sones, and from the midwest we have Linda Diec and Lucky D, and our international representatives include Anjali Srinivasan and Zuzanna Muranicova.
While many items will be for sale, we hope that you will stop by to visit, browse and chat! We look forward to our door being open!
Linda Diec (above and below)
Posted by itlookslikeitsopen at 20.10.09 2 comments:
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Parallel Lines, by Aimee Sones
New work by Aimee Sones is currently on display at the Monongalia Arts Center in Morgantown, West Virginia and at the Ann Miller Gallery at Wittenberg University in Springfield, Ohio.
for more information please see:
Posted by itlookslikeitsopen at 20.10.09 1 comment:
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FREEDOM WITHOUT WALLS in Columbus Ohio
The Readymade Demonstration, organized by Martin Keil and Henrik Mayer of the Dresden-based collective REINIGUNGSGESELLSCHAFT
This peaceful procession, originating at Columbus College of Art & Design and concluding outside the Statehouse, re-enacted activity in East Germany before the fall of the Berlin Wall twenty years ago. More photos are posted here.
Visit Bureau for Open Culture to learn more about Descent to Revolution, an exhibition featuring five international artist collectives and collaboratives that respond to the social and economic frameworks of a city.
Posted by itlookslikeitsopen at 17.10.09 3 comments:
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