All across the country, Americans are making memories each year on this date with barbecues, fireworks, and star-spangled banners.
On Thursday, June 30th, a community of next-generation artists joined together through the efforts of Gaining Ground for the Project Change Arts Showcase at Guthrie Green in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Gaining Ground, a non-profit literacy organization, represents a mission “to develop readers, thinkers, and leaders by
When I asked the multi-disciplinarian artist, Michelle Firment Reid, to describe her work, it made sense when she answered, “Art for me is all the time.” Having a 30-year career as a full-time artist, Michelle’s so-called input-time comes in the form of her everyday living.
Having started his career as a full-time artist in 2015, Jay Exon seems to have found his sweet spot many artists struggle with- focusing on his art full time while someone else markets and sells it. "I think as an artist; you're painting for you. You're not
During an exploration of open art datasets/databases during my time at the University of Illinois at Chicago, I became interested in the possibility of predicting whether an artwork would be cataloged or not. Cataloging, as Merriam-Webster defines it, is the action of “classify[ing] (something, such