Bechtle tells me about Dibenkorn, Dibenkorn gets me closer on why Matisse mattered, and all of them get me to understand the power of being perverse.
Electronic Resources from the San Francisco Public Library – the free, amazing resource you probably don’t know about, but should
The SF Public Library electronic resources are amazing! Free electronically accessible ebooks, magazines, comics, audiobooks, movies and newspapers (include The New York Times), Lynda.com and Rosetta Stone. Free tickets to museums as well. And if you don't live in SF, you can STILL get a SF library card. Details on that in the post too!
Brian, with my new friend. She’s a good listener. NOTES: – Alina suggested I start doing more formatting on the posts. Let’s see how I do… – I was talking about my reasoning for doing the blog. Here is what I came up with: 1) I said I would. If you tell all your people you are going to give them stories from on the road, you better do it. These are your people. 2) I’m trying to become a better writer. I have no illusions these first few... Read The Rest →
There really isn’t a good excuse for not updating my blog, besides I was too busy making things happen. That said: check out Everyhere Logistics! I wrote a post a lot about why you should back us.
San Francisco LHNM write up gives good advice.
This Fall has been busy for the Lost Horizon Night Market. Philadelphia held one on Sept 22. This is great write up of the event: http://www.knightarts.org/community/philadelphia/little-berlins-evernever-night-market One of the Philadelphia organizers has promised to bring the event to Portland as well. I’m looking forward to it! It also seems that two LHNM NY veterans took inspiration of the idea to Las Vegas: http://blog.getspeakeasy.com/behind-the-scenes-dusty-rabbit/ Future LHNM’s are also happening in the San Francisco Bay Area on Nov 10, and in NYC on November 17. Of course I can’t tell you anything... Read The Rest →