—>Beth Heinly steps us through a series of 17 performances over two nights that took place at Little Berlin in July, 2013. Garbage World included local and national artist/performers and if you’re trying to figure out how art performance differs from theater performance, like we are, you will find Beth’s write-up and the photos she took helpful. –the artblog editors—————————–> Anything goes was the evening’s sentiment at “Garbage World NEVER NOTHING NOW” at Little Berlin, last July 26 and 27, the 7th installment of Garbage World. The two day festival featured 17 performances, giving you a broad insight into contemporary ... More » »
This month at Extra, Extra, “PRE-CAREER RETROSPECTIVE: WORKS FROM 2009-2010“. The title of this exhibit sets you up with the premise, a play on words, traditional words relating to the traditional art world.
In conjunction with “Works on Paper Rejects”, inspired by Arcadia’s “Works on Paper”, Little Berlin is holding a community meeting about the issue of juried art exhibitions. We each apply to at least one juried show. It may be on a regular basis or maybe hardly ever. They are definitely in our minds. What’s the benefit for showing in a juried exhibit? Monetary reasons? Exposure? Is that really what making art is all about? When you’re applying to juried show it’s a form of social networking, a social networking involved with an art institution, art gallery, art association — art ... More » »