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artblog Art Safaris – Episode 2, Outside/Inside the Box at the Icebox

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March 12, 2012   ·   1 Comments

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We ventured out for our first official artblog Art Safari on March 2, traveling to Crane Arts, B-Square Gallery and the Vox building. Episode 2, here , shows Bruce Hoffman and Amy Orr talking with us at the Icebox about their Fiber Philadelphia shows. Two more video episodes on their way for the other two stops we made. Stay tuned! We’ll try to run them on Mondays to supercharge your week.  If you’re wondering why this is episode 2, that’s because episode 1 ran last October and chronicled our trip to Temple Gallery as part of our safari practice run.  You can see episode 1 on the art safaris page or on the videos page.

Or watch it at YouTube.

This episode is recorded and edited by the intrepid Kim Paynter of WHYY’s NewsWorks.org — thanks Kim! Thanks also to the Knight Foundation for the matching Arts Challenge Award for the safaris. Thanks to the Miami Foundation, With Art Philadelphia, University of the Arts, the Barnes Foundation’s Art Now class, and to all our supporters who helped us match and exceed the grant amount! Special shout out to our partner WHYY NewsWorks for their ongoing support and for sharing artblog Art Safari episodes on their arts and culture page. You can subscribe to our videos on our YouTube Channel.

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One Response to “artblog Art Safaris – Episode 2, Outside/Inside the Box at the Icebox”

  1. […] I would like to announce two exhibitions, both on view through April 14th, 2012. The first is Field Work located at VisArts in Rockville, MD. The opening reception is Friday, March 9th from 7-9pm. You can view my installation HERE. To view the article in the Rockville Patch click HERE. The second is a fiber biennial, Fiber Philadelphia in Philadelphia, PA. My piece, Collapse (Until Death Do Us Part) was curated into the exhibition, Outside/Inside the Box. To check out Libby and Roberta’s artblog, click HERE. […]

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