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My Top 40 Art Reflections

My Top 40 Art Reflections

Alright, so, I do my best to pass along the art and ideas of many different people on this channel. But today I’m going to speak from my own experience and share forty reflections about art that feel something like the truth to me… Or at least truth-adjacent… For now… Because everything is contingent. 40)

How to Sound like you Understand Art

How to Sound like you Understand Art

When you walk into an art gallery does a kind of anxiety wash over you? Maybe it’s just a mild discomfort, of not quite knowing what’s going on, or what exactly the art is trying to do or say. Or maybe it’s an extreme kind of anxiety, and you feel like you’ve just walked into

You Are An Artist (a pep talk + book!)

You Are An Artist (a pep talk + book!)

So… you are an artist. You might disagree with that statement, but hold on let me tell you what I mean. You are an artist as long as you’re making things that you or anyone else might consider art. And I draw my art boundaries really widely. For me, art doesn’t need to be one

Self Shape – Tschabalala Self | The Art Assignment | PBS Digital Studios

Self Shape – Tschabalala Self | The Art Assignment | PBS Digital Studios

SARAH GREEN (VOICEOVER): This episode is supported by Prudential. [MUSIC PLAYING] Today we’re meeting up with Tschabalala Self, who’s originally from New York and now lives here in New Haven, Connecticut. Her work combines drawn, painted, and printed elements with sewing and binding techniques to explore the iconographic significance of the black female body in

Art Trip: Washington D.C. | The Art Assignment | PBS Digital Studios

Art Trip: Washington D.C. | The Art Assignment | PBS Digital Studios

SARAH URIST GREEN (VOICEOVER): Episode of “The Art Assignment” is brought to you by Squarespace. [MUSIC PLAYING] [MUSIC PLAYING] SARAH URIST GREEN (VOICEOVER): arrived to a grey, rainy Washington, DC, and crawled our way through terrible morning traffic. It could’ve been bad, but our cabbie had on NPR, and we could relax and enjoy the

How to Critique | The Art Assignment | PBS Digital Studios

How to Critique  | The Art Assignment | PBS Digital Studios

[DIGITAL TONE] This week, I want to talk to you about something that’s been weighing on my mind lately, and that’s the issue of critique. If you spend any time on the internet, it’s something you come across frequently. If you’re the victim of internet trolls or if you are an internet troll, listen up.