The Art of Not Making: The New Artist/Artisan Relationship a review by Kate Kretz

Not long ago, saying that an artist had a production line in their studio was considered an insult. Now a production line is a proud way of life for some artists, and the new book by Michael Petry explores.

Prudence Bonds on Being Self-Taught

DC Artist Prudence Bonds discusses the good and bad of being a self taught artist.

Cindy Coldiron on Creating Cast Recycled Glass Public Art

Cindy Coldiron writes about her new public art commission, and some of the concerns specific to working with recycled glass.

A (informal/unsophisticated) Conversation on Laban’s Efforts by Cheryl Palonis Adams

Cheryl Palonis Adams explains Laban Movement Analysis so that you can understand it, and aren't bored.

Isadora Duncan and Vaslav Nijinsky

Last week Isadora Duncan (May 26, 1877 – September 14, 1927) would have celebrated her 138th birthday.

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