Monthly Archives: July 2011

This is brilliant. http://t.co/48M69fJ

This is brilliant. http://t.co/48M69fJ – by Lee_Allott (Lee Allott)

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Quick Hit: Online Dialogue about Business Models for the Arts on Monday, April 25

I’m reaching the end of my consulting days, with just one more day on the road before I dedicate myself to Santa Cruz and The Museum of Art & History. I wanted to let you know about a bonus opportunity … Continue reading

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THIRTEEN | WNET – City Portraits | THIRTEEN

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By Popular Demand

Wash Day by Virgil D. Haynes, 1959, private collection. Troop Transport, Chartres by Virgil D. Haynes, 1945, private collection Your Daily Art

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Answers to the Ten Questions I am Most Often Asked

Note: the title of this post pays homage to Elaine Heumann Gurian’s excellent and quite different 1981 essay of the same title. I’ve spent much of the past three years on the road giving workshops and talks about audience participation … Continue reading

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Art Isn’t Just About Pretty People

New Year by Mary Whyte, watercolor painting of a milliner from Atlanta, GA; 2009, 22 1/2 x 29. Sometimes I get so sick of people calling a painting or drawing 'art' because it has a good-looking person in it. Who … Continue reading

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Find a Portrait Artist on the Internet

are art forms which every art lover wants to own. But every artist cannot create portraits with the perfect look. Therefore, many a times, people are not satisfied with their portraits, when completed. To get the best portrait made, it … Continue reading

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Quick Hit: My Work with the Santa Cruz Museum of Art & History

I’ve now been the Director of The Museum of Art & History in Santa Cruz for two months. Yesterday, a lovely article came out in the local paper about what we’re trying to do to become a thriving community hub. … Continue reading

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Resting

Flower Market, Tokyo by Robert Frederick Blum, c. 1892, The Manoogian Collection Blum was born in Cincinnati where he worked for a lithographer before he began to take classes in drawing. He had a strong interest in all things Japanese … Continue reading

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