We like doing what we’re good at; we hate doing things that are very difficult.
A cyber-curator reaches out from Bucksport to Boise to teach an old dog from Rockport something new. Isn’t that cool?
Without the humble ship’s cook, none of us would be here today.
How do you get the pies and the paintings to come out at the right times?
It’s the holiday season, and I’m thinking about workshops. Yeah!
You never know what you’re going to learn at the grocery store.
This installation has particular resonance with the current crisis in American politics, where we seem to be interacting with labels instead of people.
Artists are often overlooked by the bean-counters of this world. You can help change this, by answering NEFA’s CreativesCount survey.
The biggest difficulty I ever face is getting into the wrong group of artists and trying to live up to their standards. It never works.
It’s almost impossible for artists to see the work of our hands objectively, even if we don’t share our pessimism with the general public.