Wednesday, March 22, 2006

Another thing to do on the 30th

This day is really getting packed for art lovers!

On Thursday, March 30th at 3pm, join the Washington Glass School staff at the Smithsonian's Renwick Gallery for a personal tour of the new Grant Wood show given by Jane Milosch, the new curator-in-charge.

This tour is sponsored by the Renwick Alliance and is a good chance for some of you emerging glass artists out there to meet the new curator and find out more about the Renwick Alliance at the same time. This is totally free of cost and is open to the public.

Meet them inside the main doors at 2:45PM.

Water everywhere... NOT!

Kirkland has a spirited discussion going over British artist Mark McGowan's plans to leave six water faucets running for a year at secret London locations as a protest against the private control of water in the UK.

Bailey corresponded with McGowan and has an interesting viewpoint on the subject.

Kirkland here.
Bailey here.

Edwards on Boing Boing

Thomas Edwards's accusing sculpture "Blame," last exhibited at our Interface: Art & Technology exhibition (and now part of the Krensky Collection) was featured in Boing Boing.